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
05:00

Life Story

Sir David Attenborough examines how animals try to gain a position of power in their worlds. The most powerful have the best access to food and water, and they are also the most attractive to the opposite sex.

06:00

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in Stoke on Trent, at an enormous cherry bakewell factory where they produce 250,000 little tarts every day. He follows the production of cherry bakewells, from the arrival of 27 tonnes of flour right through to dispatch. Along the way he learns what makes a shortcrust pastry `short' and discovers the simple way they ensure every cherry is precisely placed.

06:50

Life Below Zero

For Alaskans, the return of winter brings new and dangerous challenges.

07:40

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.

08:45

Joanna Lumley's Silk Road Adventure

Joanna's Silk Road journey takes her to Iran. Throughout the country she meets people eager to share the culture and innovations of the Persian civilisation which, thanks to the Silk Road, spread far beyond modern-day Iran.

09:35

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Broadcaster and writer Ben Fogle joins a couple who gave up successful careers as journalists in Europe for a new life as grizzly bear guides in a remote mountain valley lodge in Canada.

10:30

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in Stoke on Trent, at an enormous cherry bakewell factory where they produce 250,000 little tarts every day. He follows the production of cherry bakewells, from the arrival of 27 tonnes of flour right through to dispatch. Along the way he learns what makes a shortcrust pastry `short' and discovers the simple way they ensure every cherry is precisely placed.

11:30

Life Below Zero

For Alaskans, the return of winter brings new and dangerous challenges.

12:30

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.

13:50

Joanna Lumley's Silk Road Adventure

Joanna's Silk Road journey takes her to Iran. Throughout the country she meets people eager to share the culture and innovations of the Persian civilisation which, thanks to the Silk Road, spread far beyond modern-day Iran.

14:50

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Broadcaster and writer Ben Fogle joins a couple who gave up successful careers as journalists in Europe for a new life as grizzly bear guides in a remote mountain valley lodge in Canada.

15:50

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in Stoke on Trent, at an enormous cherry bakewell factory where they produce 250,000 little tarts every day. He follows the production of cherry bakewells, from the arrival of 27 tonnes of flour right through to dispatch. Along the way he learns what makes a shortcrust pastry `short' and discovers the simple way they ensure every cherry is precisely placed.

16:55

Life Below Zero

For Alaskans, the return of winter brings new and dangerous challenges.

18:00

Primates

They have the most complex social lives of any animal group on the planet. From dusky leaf monkeys who compete to babysit an infant to gibbons who learn dare-devil treetop acrobatics with their playmates, friends and family are at the heart of primate life. In the Amazon we meet a female spider monkey elder, who leads her troop to a unique food resource: aquatic plants brought within reach on raging floodwaters.

19:10

Life Story

Sir David Attenborough looks at the techniques that animals use in their attempts to win a mate. The competition to breed has created both the most extraordinary beauty and the most violent battles seen in nature.

20:30

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben travels to Galway in Ireland to meet Mark, an author who is documenting his experiences as he tries to live a 'money-free' life. Ben embraces Mark's frugal lifestyle: collecting water, sparse winter foraging, fishing, sheep-wrangling and more.

21:30

Life Below Zero

The women of Alaska must seize opportunities for resources during the brief Arctic spring.

22:30

World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

Beginning with a coast-to-coast journey through the Australian outback. Onboard the iconic Indian Pacific, cameras focus on the spectacular Blue Mountains. There's also a look at one of the oldest steam railways in Australia, the Zig Zag Railway.

23:30

Deadly Disasters

We look at the impact of earthquakes. In 2011 the earthquake that struck New Zealand's South Island became the nation's fifth-deadliest disaster. And in Italy, we see the events of the 2009 L'Aquila earthquake.

00:35

Primates

They have the most complex social lives of any animal group on the planet. From dusky leaf monkeys who compete to babysit an infant to gibbons who learn dare-devil treetop acrobatics with their playmates, friends and family are at the heart of primate life. In the Amazon we meet a female spider monkey elder, who leads her troop to a unique food resource: aquatic plants brought within reach on raging floodwaters.

01:45

Life Story

Sir David Attenborough looks at the techniques that animals use in their attempts to win a mate. The competition to breed has created both the most extraordinary beauty and the most violent battles seen in nature.

02:45

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben travels to Galway in Ireland to meet Mark, an author who is documenting his experiences as he tries to live a 'money-free' life. Ben embraces Mark's frugal lifestyle: collecting water, sparse winter foraging, fishing, sheep-wrangling and more.

03:30

Life Below Zero

The women of Alaska must seize opportunities for resources during the brief Arctic spring.

04:15

World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

Beginning with a coast-to-coast journey through the Australian outback. Onboard the iconic Indian Pacific, cameras focus on the spectacular Blue Mountains. There's also a look at one of the oldest steam railways in Australia, the Zig Zag Railway.

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