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TidProgram
05:25

Blue Planet II: The Making Of

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

05:30

Deadly 60

Steve heads to the incredible Loango National Park on the western coast of Gabon and home to some awesome Deadly predators. First up, Steve heads out onto the waterways in search of the small but deadly dwarf crocodile.

06:00

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.

07:00

Deadly 60

Steve and his trusty team head to the frozen north of Norway. He follows the tracks of Europe's largest cat, the elusive lynx, up into the hills in the hope of seeing one, and gets a little nervous when he meets some in captivity. Arctic foxes and musk oxen are also on the menu in this deadly snowy episode.

07:25

Addicted to Painkillers? Britain's Opioid Crisis

Dr Michael Mosley immerses himself on the frontline of our prescription painkiller habit. In America, it is an epidemic. Now, new evidence raises concern about the UK's use of prescription opioids.

08:15

Life Below Zero

Chip's life grounds to a halt when his snow machine breaks, meaning no hunting, no fishing, and most importantly, no trade.

09:00

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace visits the Ercol factory in Buckinghamshire, an area associated with furniture making since the 19th century. Brits spend a staggering £300 million pounds each week on furniture.

09:55

Joanna Lumley's Hidden Caribbean: Havana to Haiti

Joanna kicks off her adventure in Havana in a boxing gym, with one of Cuba's rising female boxing stars. She visits the stars of the cabaret at the National Hotel that pre-dates the revolution, and entertains the cigar workers while they roll cigars in their factory. She visits the small town of Hershey, built on the success of the sugar industry, and visits the tomb of Che Guevara before heading off to Hemingway's favourite beach that is being turned into a five-star luxury complex.

10:40

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.

11:40

Addicted to Painkillers? Britain's Opioid Crisis

Dr Michael Mosley immerses himself on the frontline of our prescription painkiller habit. In America, it is an epidemic. Now, new evidence raises concern about the UK's use of prescription opioids.

12:30

Life Below Zero

Chip's life grounds to a halt when his snow machine breaks, meaning no hunting, no fishing, and most importantly, no trade.

13:15

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace visits the Ercol factory in Buckinghamshire, an area associated with furniture making since the 19th century. Brits spend a staggering £300 million pounds each week on furniture.

14:05

Joanna Lumley's Hidden Caribbean: Havana to Haiti

Joanna kicks off her adventure in Havana in a boxing gym, with one of Cuba's rising female boxing stars. She visits the stars of the cabaret at the National Hotel that pre-dates the revolution, and entertains the cigar workers while they roll cigars in their factory. She visits the small town of Hershey, built on the success of the sugar industry, and visits the tomb of Che Guevara before heading off to Hemingway's favourite beach that is being turned into a five-star luxury complex.

14:55

Dynasties

Tigress Raj Bhera lives in Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve in India. She holds the perfect territory, with dense jungle, spring-fed ponds and rich grasslands teeming with prey, and now has four tiny newborn cubs to care for. They are the future of her dynasty, but the idyllic world that she inhabits is changing.

15:55

Chris Packham: 7.7 Billion People and Counting

According to the UN, it's predicted that the human population could reach 10 billion people by the year 2050. For broadcaster and naturalist Chris Packham, who's dedicated his life to championing the natural world, the subject of our growing population and the impact it's having on our planet is one of the most vital, and often overlooked, topics of discussion in an era of increasing environmental awareness.

16:45

Life Below Zero

A fierce winter storm threatens Sue's fuel supply and Erik struggles to capture a thieving wolf.

17:30

Inside the Factory

Malt loaf has been a popular teatime treat for more than 80 years, we get through 130 million of them every year. So to get to grips with how this sweet and squidgy cake-cum-bread is made, Gregg Wallace is rolling up his sleeves to get stuck in.

18:25

Joanna Lumley's Hidden Caribbean: Havana to Haiti

Joanna completes her Cuban journey by visiting the infamous town of Guantanamo. Giving the prison a wide berth, she discovers that the song `Guantanamera' was born in the town, and she meets a talented young singer who is recording the track herself. Fifty-seven miles across the Windward Passage to Haiti, she discovers a very different country, currently the poorest in the western world. She visits the Citadel, a mighty fortress built to deter the colonial powers of France, Spain and England.

19:15

Earth's Great Rivers

Remote and wild, the Yukon is a river of haunting beauty and dangerous extremes, a place where the `call of the wild' is still strong. In summer, it is a relentless giant, carving its way 2,000 miles across Canada and Alaska.

20:15

Wild New Zealand

New Zealand was one of the last land-masses to be found and settled by people. Lush and fertile, almost everything brought here flourishes, often with surprising consequences. Told through the experiences of its native species - in particular, a charismatic and peculiar giant, flightless parrot - this is the moving story of the changing fortunes of New Zealand's wildlife, since humans first arrived.

21:15

Iceland With Alexander Armstrong

The host begins his Icelandic adventure in a helicopter, hovering just yards above the rim of an erupting and lethal volcano close to the capital of Reykjavik, before heading east to Iceland's Golden Circle.

22:00

Iceland With Alexander Armstrong

Alexander Armstrong leaves Reykjavik for the long drive north, passing through some of Iceland's most stunning scenery. He reaches northern Iceland and the legendary port of Husavik, beloved of whale watchers, Will Ferrell and Eurovision fans.

22:45

Exploration Volcano

Chris Horsley journeys to another volcanic hotspot when he joins a large scientific effort to inspect the island of Stromboli off the coast of Italy and install monitoring systems near its explosive craters.

23:30

Earth's Great Rivers

Remote and wild, the Yukon is a river of haunting beauty and dangerous extremes, a place where the `call of the wild' is still strong. In summer, it is a relentless giant, carving its way 2,000 miles across Canada and Alaska.

00:30

Wild New Zealand

New Zealand was one of the last land-masses to be found and settled by people. Lush and fertile, almost everything brought here flourishes, often with surprising consequences. Told through the experiences of its native species - in particular, a charismatic and peculiar giant, flightless parrot - this is the moving story of the changing fortunes of New Zealand's wildlife, since humans first arrived.

01:30

Iceland With Alexander Armstrong

The host begins his Icelandic adventure in a helicopter, hovering just yards above the rim of an erupting and lethal volcano close to the capital of Reykjavik, before heading east to Iceland's Golden Circle.

02:15

Iceland With Alexander Armstrong

Alexander Armstrong leaves Reykjavik for the long drive north, passing through some of Iceland's most stunning scenery. He reaches northern Iceland and the legendary port of Husavik, beloved of whale watchers, Will Ferrell and Eurovision fans.

03:00

Exploration Volcano

Chris Horsley journeys to another volcanic hotspot when he joins a large scientific effort to inspect the island of Stromboli off the coast of Italy and install monitoring systems near its explosive craters.

03:50

Earth's Great Rivers

Remote and wild, the Yukon is a river of haunting beauty and dangerous extremes, a place where the `call of the wild' is still strong. In summer, it is a relentless giant, carving its way 2,000 miles across Canada and Alaska.

04:50

Blue Planet II: The Making Of

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

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