Dagens tv-tablå för BBC Earth

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

TidProgram
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

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

06:50

Life Below Zero

Sue builds a drainage system under her runway. Ricko explores old family land. Jessie sets up camp in Brushkana. The Hailstones go boating

07:40

Deadly 60

Steve is in South Africa, home to a huge number of animals on the Deadly 60. However, big predators aren't what Steve is here for, as he's exploring the plight of the rhino

08:05

Life Below Zero

Sue travels to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Ricko hunts moose. Jessie builds a cabin in Brushkana. The Hailstones all gather in Kiwalik

08:55

Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild

Ben travels to New Zealand to revisit the Long Family to see how they have been getting on

09:40

The Ganges with Sue Perkins

Sue travels from the sacred summit of Shivling, source of the Ganges, to the beautiful mountain town of Rishikesh. Along the way, she meets some Hindu holy men known as sadhus, wealthy tycoons, as well as local families to find out what the future holds for this great river

10:35

Coast

In Cornwall, Nick Crane uncovers the most astonishing artistic exploration of Britain's coast. Two hundred years ago William Daniell embarked on a ten-year journey right around the edge of Britain to produce illustrations

11:25

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

12:15

Life Below Zero

Sue travels to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Ricko hunts moose. Jessie builds a cabin in Brushkana. The Hailstones all gather in Kiwalik

13:05

Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild

Ben travels to New Zealand to revisit the Long Family to see how they have been getting on

13:50

The Ganges with Sue Perkins

Sue travels from the sacred summit of Shivling, source of the Ganges, to the beautiful mountain town of Rishikesh. Along the way, she meets some Hindu holy men known as sadhus, wealthy tycoons, as well as local families to find out what the future holds for this great river

14:40

Coast

In Cornwall, Nick Crane uncovers the most astonishing artistic exploration of Britain's coast. Two hundred years ago William Daniell embarked on a ten-year journey right around the edge of Britain to produce illustrations

15:30

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

16:25

Life Below Zero

Sue travels to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Ricko hunts moose. Jessie builds a cabin in Brushkana. The Hailstones all gather in Kiwalik

17:10

Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild

Ben travels to New Zealand to revisit the Long Family to see how they have been getting on

17:55

The Ganges with Sue Perkins

Sue travels from the sacred summit of Shivling, source of the Ganges, to the beautiful mountain town of Rishikesh. Along the way, she meets some Hindu holy men known as sadhus, wealthy tycoons, as well as local families to find out what the future holds for this great river

18:50

Coast

In Cornwall, Nick Crane uncovers the most astonishing artistic exploration of Britain's coast. Two hundred years ago William Daniell embarked on a ten-year journey right around the edge of Britain to produce illustrations

19:40

Wild Metropolis

More than a billion people around the world commute into cities each day to take advantage of the riches on offer, and they are not alone. The world's wildlife is commuting too. A steady flow of animals journey in and out of cities to find food, shelter or to start a family

20:30

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben journeys to the Scottish Cairngorms and the edge of the mystical Clashindarroch Forest to spend a week with 70-year-old Jake Williams, reputedly one of Britain's only hermits

21:15

World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

Jump aboard New Zealand's famous Northern Explorer, the longest running passenger service in the country. The train travels 423 miles along the historic North Island Main Trunk Line on a 12-hour voyage

22:00

North America with Simon Reeve

Simon begins his most ambitious journey yet; travelling the entire length of the Americas. In this first leg, Simon travels from Alaska, down through Canada to Vancouver

22:55

Dynasties

The leader of a great painted wolf family is growing old, and her power to keep the peace is waning. Tensions are rising, and a feud with her ambitious daughter whose own pack is running out of space threatens to bring the dynasty down

23:45

World's Wildest Weather

In this episode we see a horrifying hailstorm batter Brisbane, record-breaking waves hitting Portugal, and a bomb-cyclone bringing blizzards to Boston

00:30

Coast

In Cornwall, Nick Crane uncovers the most astonishing artistic exploration of Britain's coast. Two hundred years ago William Daniell embarked on a ten-year journey right around the edge of Britain to produce illustrations

01:20

Wild Metropolis

More than a billion people around the world commute into cities each day to take advantage of the riches on offer, and they are not alone. The world's wildlife is commuting too. A steady flow of animals journey in and out of cities to find food, shelter or to start a family

02:10

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben journeys to the Scottish Cairngorms and the edge of the mystical Clashindarroch Forest to spend a week with 70-year-old Jake Williams, reputedly one of Britain's only hermits

03:00

World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

Jump aboard New Zealand's famous Northern Explorer, the longest running passenger service in the country. The train travels 423 miles along the historic North Island Main Trunk Line on a 12-hour voyage

03:45

North America with Simon Reeve

Simon begins his most ambitious journey yet; travelling the entire length of the Americas. In this first leg, Simon travels from Alaska, down through Canada to Vancouver