Tv-Tablå för BBC Earth måndag

BBC Earth är en TV-kanal från BBC. Här visas program om vetenskap, historia, teknik och äventyr i en härlig blandning.

TidProgram
05:00

Eden: Untamed Planet

The Namib Desert is one of the oldest deserts of all; it's also one of the most diverse; with 50-degree temperatures and half a millimetre of rainfall annually

05:50

Blue Planet II: The Making Of

An exploration of how the crew behind the Blue Planet II series capture their spectacular footage

06:00

Blue Planet II: The Making Of

An exploration of how the crew behind the Blue Planet II series capture their spectacular footage

06:10

Secrets of the Superfactories

An inside look at the industrial production behind McLaren's UK super-cars, the German factory making 500,000 Faber-Castell pencils every day, US STIHL chainsaw manufacture, and Japan's Shoda Shoyu soy sauce

06:55

Life Below Zero

Andy Bassich and Denise Becker attempt a harvest that isn't usually available this time of year. Iriqtaiq Hailstone sets out to help her sisters and to teach her son a native skill

07:40

Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild

Robert left behind an urban life for a stark existence deep in the woodlands of Arkansas. Ben learns how a lapse of concentration nearly cost Robert everything

08:25

Japan with Sue Perkins

Sue Perkins starts her journey in Tokyo, Japan's glittering capital city and home to 36 million people. She trains with a female sumo wrestling team, meets a family who live with robots and attends a solo-wedding

09:15

Coast

The team explore Britain's coast in winter. Nick Crane visits Cornwall, the storm central of Britain's coastline, and Neil Oliver attends Shetland's Viking Fire Festival. Every January the islands throw one of the greatest outdoor parties in Europe, when massed ranks of Viking warriors parade, braving wild weather to carry flaming torches through streets thronging with visitors from around the world

10:10

Secrets of the Superfactories

An inside look at the industrial production behind McLaren's UK super-cars, the German factory making 500,000 Faber-Castell pencils every day, US STIHL chainsaw manufacture, and Japan's Shoda Shoyu soy sauce

10:55

Life Below Zero

Andy Bassich and Denise Becker attempt a harvest that isn't usually available this time of year. Iriqtaiq Hailstone sets out to help her sisters and to teach her son a native skill

11:40

Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild

Robert left behind an urban life for a stark existence deep in the woodlands of Arkansas. Ben learns how a lapse of concentration nearly cost Robert everything

12:25

Japan with Sue Perkins

Sue Perkins starts her journey in Tokyo, Japan's glittering capital city and home to 36 million people. She trains with a female sumo wrestling team, meets a family who live with robots and attends a solo-wedding

13:15

Coast

The team explore Britain's coast in winter. Nick Crane visits Cornwall, the storm central of Britain's coastline, and Neil Oliver attends Shetland's Viking Fire Festival. Every January the islands throw one of the greatest outdoor parties in Europe, when massed ranks of Viking warriors parade, braving wild weather to carry flaming torches through streets thronging with visitors from around the world

14:10

Secrets of the Superfactories

An inside look at the industrial production behind McLaren's UK super-cars, the German factory making 500,000 Faber-Castell pencils every day, US STIHL chainsaw manufacture, and Japan's Shoda Shoyu soy sauce

14:55

Life Below Zero

Andy Bassich and Denise Becker attempt a harvest that isn't usually available this time of year. Iriqtaiq Hailstone sets out to help her sisters and to teach her son a native skill

15:40

Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild

Robert left behind an urban life for a stark existence deep in the woodlands of Arkansas. Ben learns how a lapse of concentration nearly cost Robert everything

16:25

Japan with Sue Perkins

Sue Perkins starts her journey in Tokyo, Japan's glittering capital city and home to 36 million people. She trains with a female sumo wrestling team, meets a family who live with robots and attends a solo-wedding

17:15

Coast

The team explore Britain's coast in winter. Nick Crane visits Cornwall, the storm central of Britain's coastline, and Neil Oliver attends Shetland's Viking Fire Festival. Every January the islands throw one of the greatest outdoor parties in Europe, when massed ranks of Viking warriors parade, braving wild weather to carry flaming torches through streets thronging with visitors from around the world

18:10

Animal Impossible

Incredible facts and myths about the animal kingdom are put to the test. This time, is it true that cats always land on their feet?

19:00

A Perfect Planet

A look at how without volcanoes, there would be no life on Earth. Although destructive, magma from the planet's molten core builds land, and mineral-rich ash from eruptions fertilises the surface

20:00

Climate Change: The Facts

Intimate stories get inside the lives of the people affected by climate change, and those fighting it. And world-leading experts reveal the developments that are redefining our horizons

20:50

Mindful Escapes: Breathe, Release, Restore

How does connecting with the images and sounds of the natural world help us gain a greater sense of ease, perspective and connection? This first episode is about breathing. By immersing ourselves in images of jellyfish floating, elephants swimming and lemurs swinging through the rainforest, we learn to focus on our breathing and are reminded that we are not separate from the world around us. What is the relationship between each breath and mindfulness, and why is breathing so important

21:15

Underground Worlds

An underground city beneath a forest in Northern France built to house 3,000 people, an ice cave under Iceland's biggest glacier, and a subterranean power station in London

22:00

Underground Worlds

The underground bases built by the German army during the occupation of Jersey, and a group of more than 20 underground cities in Turkey, one of which dates back to 800BC

22:45

Horizon

Hannah Fry investigates the questions the British public want answered about the future. Hannah will try to discover whether we could ever live forever or if there will ever be a cure for cancer

23:40

Animal Impossible

Incredible facts and myths about the animal kingdom are put to the test. This time, is it true that cats always land on their feet?

00:30

A Perfect Planet

A look at how without volcanoes, there would be no life on Earth. Although destructive, magma from the planet's molten core builds land, and mineral-rich ash from eruptions fertilises the surface

01:30

Climate Change: The Facts

Intimate stories get inside the lives of the people affected by climate change, and those fighting it. And world-leading experts reveal the developments that are redefining our horizons

02:20

Mindful Escapes: Breathe, Release, Restore

How does connecting with the images and sounds of the natural world help us gain a greater sense of ease, perspective and connection? This first episode is about breathing. By immersing ourselves in images of jellyfish floating, elephants swimming and lemurs swinging through the rainforest, we learn to focus on our breathing and are reminded that we are not separate from the world around us. What is the relationship between each breath and mindfulness, and why is breathing so important

02:45

Underground Worlds

An underground city beneath a forest in Northern France built to house 3,000 people, an ice cave under Iceland's biggest glacier, and a subterranean power station in London

03:30

Underground Worlds

The underground bases built by the German army during the occupation of Jersey, and a group of more than 20 underground cities in Turkey, one of which dates back to 800BC