Tv-Tablå för BBC Earth söndag

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

TidProgram
05:35
Deadly Pole to Pole

Steve will be swimming outside of the cage with the most feared shark on the planet- the great white. Steve and the team travel to Guadalupe Island, 150 miles off the Mexican coast, its waters are a hotspot for these huge sharks. Diving into the crystal clear sea Steve discovers what attracts the great whites to this remote rock, their prey, Guadalupe fur seals

  • Medverkande:
  • Steve Backshall
06:00
Earth from Space

Satellites follow an elephant family struggling through drought, reveal previously unknown emperor penguin colonies from the colour of their poo and discover mysterious ice rings that could put seal pups in danger

  • Medverkande:
  • Jo Shinner
  • Chloe Sarosh
06:50
Deadly Pole to Pole

Steve and the crew are in Alaska looking for more deadly animals and, for the first time, Steve will also be coming face-to-face with one of the planet's deadliest forces of nature. Venturing deep into the abyss, Steve abseils into the heart of a glacier, experiencing a cold, harsh and inhospitable world that pushes Steve to his limits in what turns out to be one of his toughest deadly challenges yet

  • Medverkande:
  • Steve Backshall
07:20
Earth from Space

The Australian outback is covered in pale spots, the work of wombats, a clearing in the endless green canopy of the Congo rainforest has been created by an incredible elephant gathering, and the twists and turns of the Amazon make a home for rehabilitated manatees

  • Medverkande:
  • Jo Shinner
  • Chloe Sarosh
08:10
Earth from Space

From space, satellite cameras reveal that Earth is a kaleidoscope of colour. Turquoise plankton blooms trigger a feeding frenzy, China turns yellow with rapeseed flowers, and mysterious green lights appear in the ocean

  • Medverkande:
  • Jo Shinner
  • Chloe Sarosh
09:00
Earth from Space

The Earth's surface is changing faster than ever in human history: cities grow, forests disappear and glaciers melt. A man feeds thousands of parakeets in a city, and in Sumatra a female orangutan and her daughter face life in a forest under threat

  • Medverkande:
  • Jo Shinner
  • Chloe Sarosh
09:50
The World's Deadliest Weather

Devastating mudflows flatten the Californian coastal community of Montecito, a sudden flash flood sweeps up an inexperienced kayaker in South Africa, and a tornado ambushes a student taking forty winks in his car

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
10:40
The World's Deadliest Weather

A bomb cyclone detonates across northeast America, snaring an elderly Michigan couple in a mass freeway pile-up. A hiker loses her nerve high on Ben Nevis, and a massive avalanche swallows up a French professional skier

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
11:30
The World's Deadliest Weather

Tennessee's Great Smoky Mountains live up to their name as America's most popular national park goes up in flames. Meanwhile a mega typhoon pulverises Macao, forcing a hotel worker out into chest-high floods in the city centre

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
12:20
The World's Deadliest Weather

The worst earthquake in almost a century strikes Ecuador. Meanwhile, Indiana suffers one of its worst ever tragedies as a storm blows down a stage during a festival. Finally, two ramblers are cut off by the incoming tide and need a helicopter rescue

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
13:10
The World's Deadliest Weather

Irma, a category five hurricane, devastates the Caribbean and forces tourists, residents and sailors into a desperate fight for survival. In Fiji, a carer battles catastrophic floods to reach children at an orphanage

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
14:00
The World's Deadliest Weather

Devastating mudflows flatten the Californian coastal community of Montecito, a sudden flash flood sweeps up an inexperienced kayaker in South Africa, and a tornado ambushes a student taking forty winks in his car

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
14:50
The World's Deadliest Weather

A bomb cyclone detonates across northeast America, snaring an elderly Michigan couple in a mass freeway pile-up. A hiker loses her nerve high on Ben Nevis, and a massive avalanche swallows up a French professional skier

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
15:40
The World's Deadliest Weather

Tennessee's Great Smoky Mountains live up to their name as America's most popular national park goes up in flames. Meanwhile a mega typhoon pulverises Macao, forcing a hotel worker out into chest-high floods in the city centre

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
16:25
The World's Deadliest Weather

The worst earthquake in almost a century strikes Ecuador. Meanwhile, Indiana suffers one of its worst ever tragedies as a storm blows down a stage during a festival. Finally, two ramblers are cut off by the incoming tide and need a helicopter rescue

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
17:15
The World's Deadliest Weather

Irma, a category five hurricane, devastates the Caribbean and forces tourists, residents and sailors into a desperate fight for survival. In Fiji, a carer battles catastrophic floods to reach children at an orphanage

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
18:05
Mindful Escapes: Breathe, Release, Restore

The natural world offers a constant source of calm and comfort. How do images of hypnotic starling murmurations or macaques relaxing in hot springs in Japan encourage us to slow down? How can we experience more being and less doing?

  • Medverkande:
  • Andy Puddicombe
18:35
Mindful Escapes: Breathe, Release, Restore

Mindfulness is the ability to be present with a clear, calm, curious mind. And feelings of joy can be triggered when this happens. How can watching penguins pinching pebbles, seeing antelope leaping in the air or looking at scenes of summer flowers help us to feel more positive emotionally? Mindfulness expert Andy Puddicombe takes us on a global journey with imagery that will bring feelings of happiness and wellbeing to the viewer

  • Medverkande:
  • Andy Puddicombe
19:00
A Perfect Planet

Humans are changing our planet so rapidly, it's affecting earth's life support systems: our weather, our oceans and the living world

Regi: Huw Cordey

  • Medverkande:
  • Keith Scholey
  • Alastair Fothergill
20:00
Extinction: The Facts

With a million species at risk of extinction, Sir David Attenborough explores how this crisis of biodiversity has consequences for us all, threatening food and water security, undermining our ability to control our climate and even putting us at greater risk of pandemic diseases. Extinction is now happening up to 100 times faster than the natural evolutionary rate, but the issue is about more than the loss of individual species

21:00
Horizon

`MasterChef' judge Gregg Wallace and mathematician Dr Hannah Fry take over a restaurant and invite five special guests to enjoy a dinner party with a difference, where they will be scored on the carbon footprint of every dish they choose. Food accounts for a third of all greenhouse gas emissions, so making informed choices about what to eat is more important than ever

  • Medverkande:
  • Paul Overton
  • Hannah Fry
  • Gregg Wallace
21:50
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

Regi: Charlie Russell

  • Medverkande:
  • Chris Packham
22:40
A Perfect Planet

Humans are changing our planet so rapidly, it's affecting earth's life support systems: our weather, our oceans and the living world

Regi: Huw Cordey

  • Medverkande:
  • Keith Scholey
  • Alastair Fothergill
23:40
The World's Deadliest Weather

Devastating mudflows flatten the Californian coastal community of Montecito, a sudden flash flood sweeps up an inexperienced kayaker in South Africa, and a tornado ambushes a student taking forty winks in his car

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
00:30
The World's Deadliest Weather

A bomb cyclone detonates across northeast America, snaring an elderly Michigan couple in a mass freeway pile-up. A hiker loses her nerve high on Ben Nevis, and a massive avalanche swallows up a French professional skier

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
01:20
The World's Deadliest Weather

Tennessee's Great Smoky Mountains live up to their name as America's most popular national park goes up in flames. Meanwhile a mega typhoon pulverises Macao, forcing a hotel worker out into chest-high floods in the city centre

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
02:05
The World's Deadliest Weather

The worst earthquake in almost a century strikes Ecuador. Meanwhile, Indiana suffers one of its worst ever tragedies as a storm blows down a stage during a festival. Finally, two ramblers are cut off by the incoming tide and need a helicopter rescue

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
02:55
The World's Deadliest Weather

Irma, a category five hurricane, devastates the Caribbean and forces tourists, residents and sailors into a desperate fight for survival. In Fiji, a carer battles catastrophic floods to reach children at an orphanage

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
03:45
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

Regi: Charlie Russell

  • Medverkande:
  • Chris Packham
04:35
Deadly Pole to Pole

Steve will be swimming outside of the cage with the most feared shark on the planet- the great white. Steve and the team travel to Guadalupe Island, 150 miles off the Mexican coast, its waters are a hotspot for these huge sharks. Diving into the crystal clear sea Steve discovers what attracts the great whites to this remote rock, their prey, Guadalupe fur seals

  • Medverkande:
  • Steve Backshall