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
05:05

The Lakes with Simon Reeve

Simon meets some of the Cumbrian characters with different visions for the future of England's biggest National Park, including a campaign group trying to protect the remaining red squirrel populations.

06:00

Dynasties

A colony of emperor penguins gather in Atka Bay, on the coast of Antarctica, after three months feeding at sea. They arrive as the sea freezes over and all the other Antarctic animals have left the continent for the relative safety of the sea. The penguins have come here to raise the next generation in their emperor's dynasty, but to do so they will have to work together to keep themselves and their chicks alive through the coming winter: the coldest and cruellest on earth.

07:00

Deadly 60

Setting sail to the magical island of Bali, Steve and the team are out to find the elusive ocean sunfish. These deep ocean giants feed on poisonous jellyfish and ascend to the shallows for a spa session at a cleaner fish station.

07:25

Trust Me, I'm a Vet

Steve Leonard and his team of vets investigate the best way to help your pet lose weight, and witness a pioneering operation to improve the life of a paralysed dachshund. Also they decode the secret language of guinea pigs.

08:20

Life Below Zero

Sue discovers thieves have stolen her fuel supply. Chip and Agnes must barter the supplies they have for the essential items they lack.

09:05

Inside the Factory

We eat them for breakfast, pack them in our lunch boxes and enjoy them for dessert. Here in the UK we spend £1.4 billion a year on yoghurt. Gregg Wallace visits a factory in rural Somerset that produces one million pots of it every twenty-four hours.

09:55

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.

10:45

Dynasties

A colony of emperor penguins gather in Atka Bay, on the coast of Antarctica, after three months feeding at sea. They arrive as the sea freezes over and all the other Antarctic animals have left the continent for the relative safety of the sea. The penguins have come here to raise the next generation in their emperor's dynasty, but to do so they will have to work together to keep themselves and their chicks alive through the coming winter: the coldest and cruellest on earth.

11:45

Trust Me, I'm a Vet

Steve Leonard and his team of vets investigate the best way to help your pet lose weight, and witness a pioneering operation to improve the life of a paralysed dachshund. Also they decode the secret language of guinea pigs.

12:35

Life Below Zero

Sue discovers thieves have stolen her fuel supply. Chip and Agnes must barter the supplies they have for the essential items they lack.

13:20

Inside the Factory

We eat them for breakfast, pack them in our lunch boxes and enjoy them for dessert. Here in the UK we spend £1.4 billion a year on yoghurt. Gregg Wallace visits a factory in rural Somerset that produces one million pots of it every twenty-four hours.

14:15

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.

15:05

Dynasties

The Marsh Pride of Kenya's Masai Mara is in a unique situation in their history. They have been abandoned by all of the adult males, and just two adult females are left to feed and protect their eight youngsters. The future of the whole family rests entirely on the shoulders of these two mothers, Charm and her cousin Sienna. They need to raise their cubs to adulthood if this great dynasty is to continue, and they all face the great perils of the African savannah.

16:00

Trust Me, I'm a Vet

Steve Leonard and his team of vets investigate the best way to de-stress cats and reveal why recycling bins are a danger to dogs. They also witness a groundbreaking operation to save the life of a horse suffering from extreme nerve pain.

16:55

Life Below Zero

As a blizzard descends on the Kavik River Camp, Sue rushes to set up hand lines so she can find her most critical buildings.

17:40

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace visits the Denby factory in Derbyshire, which has been making pottery since 1809. Brits drink a staggering 195 million mugs of tea and coffee every day, so Gregg is following production of one of the factory's best sellers.

18:35

Japan with Sue Perkins

Sue Perkins spends an enjoyable evening in Kyoto. There she meets Japan's geishas, goes free diving with ama divers, visits Hiroshima, and explores how the Japanese are tackling the future in Tokyo.

19:25

The World's Deadliest Weather

In Canada, there's nowhere to go as homes are washed down river. An ice skater is on thin ice in New Jersey and a cliff edge in Brazil collapses after heavy rain.

20:15

Wonders of the Solar System

The worlds that surround our planet are all made of rock, but there the similarity ends. Some have a beating geological heart, others are frozen in time. Brian visits the volcano Mauna Kea on Hawaii, to show how something as basic as a planet's size can make the difference between life and death.

21:05

Art of Scandinavia

Denmark emerges from modest beginnings to become one of the greatest powers and arbiters of taste in northern Europe, a story of incredible transformation befitting the homeland of the greatest fairytale spinner of them all, Hans Christian Anderson, creator of `The Ugly Duckling' and `The Emperor's New Clothes'.

22:00

Art of Scandinavia

In the final instalment of Andrew Graham-Dixon's windswept journey through the art of the Norselands, we arrive in Sweden - home of IKEA and a tradition of brilliant furniture design stretching back to the early years of the 20th century. Sweden has made its modern democratic mission one of comfort and civilised living for the masses.

22:50

54 Days

A year ago, Beijing stunned the world when it locked down Wuhan, a city of 11 million people. For weeks, Chinese officials had maintained that the outbreak was under control, just a few dozen cases linked to a live animal market.

23:40

The World's Deadliest Weather

In Canada, there's nowhere to go as homes are washed down river. An ice skater is on thin ice in New Jersey and a cliff edge in Brazil collapses after heavy rain.

00:30

Wonders of the Solar System

The worlds that surround our planet are all made of rock, but there the similarity ends. Some have a beating geological heart, others are frozen in time. Brian visits the volcano Mauna Kea on Hawaii, to show how something as basic as a planet's size can make the difference between life and death.

01:20

Art of Scandinavia

Denmark emerges from modest beginnings to become one of the greatest powers and arbiters of taste in northern Europe, a story of incredible transformation befitting the homeland of the greatest fairytale spinner of them all, Hans Christian Anderson, creator of `The Ugly Duckling' and `The Emperor's New Clothes'.

02:10

Art of Scandinavia

In the final instalment of Andrew Graham-Dixon's windswept journey through the art of the Norselands, we arrive in Sweden - home of IKEA and a tradition of brilliant furniture design stretching back to the early years of the 20th century. Sweden has made its modern democratic mission one of comfort and civilised living for the masses.

03:00

54 Days

A year ago, Beijing stunned the world when it locked down Wuhan, a city of 11 million people. For weeks, Chinese officials had maintained that the outbreak was under control, just a few dozen cases linked to a live animal market.

03:55

The World's Deadliest Weather

In Canada, there's nowhere to go as homes are washed down river. An ice skater is on thin ice in New Jersey and a cliff edge in Brazil collapses after heavy rain.

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