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

TidProgram
05:10
Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in Lowestoft, at an enormous factory where they produce 450 tonnes of frozen food each day. He follows the production of frozen potato waffles, from the arrival of 25 tonnes of potatoes right through to dispatch. Gregg Wallace is in Lowestoft, at an enormous factory where they produce 450 tonnes of frozen food each day. He follows the production of frozen potato waffles, from the arrival of 25 tonnes of potatoes right through to dispatch

Regi: Chris Parkin

  • Medverkande:
  • Sanjay Singhal
  • Alice Harper
  • Gregg Wallace
  • Cherry Healey
06:05
Inside the Factory

Gregg visits an enormous factory in Italy which produces 400,000 frozen pizzas each day. He mixes up a 450-kilogram batch of dough for the bases, enough for 180,000 pizzas, and watches as each one is stretched to exactly 26 centimetres in diameter. Gregg visits an enormous factory in Italy which produces 400,000 frozen pizzas each day. He mixes up a 450-kilogram batch of dough for the bases, enough for 180,000 pizzas, and watches as each one is stretched to exactly 26 centimetres in diameter

Regi: Michael Rees

  • Medverkande:
  • Sanjay Singhal
  • Philip Smith
  • Gregg Wallace
  • Cherry Healey
07:00
Life on Location

Cameraman Mike Pitts and producer Adam Chapman travel to the Falkland Islands on a tip-off that a pod of orca have learnt how to hunt naïve elephant seal pups on their first venture into the water. Cameraman Mike Pitts and producer Adam Chapman travel to the Falkland Islands on a tip-off that a pod of orca have learnt how to hunt naïve elephant seal pups on their first venture into the water

07:10
Climate Change: The Facts

We're just two degrees away from a climate catastrophe. If the rate of global warming continues, we'll reach the threshold for permanent environmental damage within 40 years. But we have the power to prevent it. We're just two degrees away from a climate catastrophe. If the rate of global warming continues, we'll reach the threshold for permanent environmental damage within 40 years. But we have the power to prevent it

Regi: Serena Davies

08:00
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

Sir David Attenborough looks at some amazing quirks of evolution. David encounters two examples where nature has tinkered with the ageing process. Sir David Attenborough looks at some amazing quirks of evolution. David encounters two examples where nature has tinkered with the ageing process

Regi: Sharmila Choudhury

  • Medverkande:
  • Stephen Dunleavy
  • David Attenborough
08:25
Life on Location

Cameraman Mike Pitts and producer Adam Chapman travel to the Falkland Islands on a tip-off that a pod of orca have learnt how to hunt naïve elephant seal pups on their first venture into the water. Cameraman Mike Pitts and producer Adam Chapman travel to the Falkland Islands on a tip-off that a pod of orca have learnt how to hunt naïve elephant seal pups on their first venture into the water

08:40
Inside the Factory

Gregg visits an enormous factory in Italy which produces 400,000 frozen pizzas each day. He mixes up a 450-kilogram batch of dough for the bases, enough for 180,000 pizzas, and watches as each one is stretched to exactly 26 centimetres in diameter. Gregg visits an enormous factory in Italy which produces 400,000 frozen pizzas each day. He mixes up a 450-kilogram batch of dough for the bases, enough for 180,000 pizzas, and watches as each one is stretched to exactly 26 centimetres in diameter

Regi: Michael Rees

  • Medverkande:
  • Sanjay Singhal
  • Philip Smith
  • Gregg Wallace
  • Cherry Healey
09:35
Big Animal Surgery

Liz Bonnin travels to Tbilisi in Georgia, to witness a life-saving operation on a magnificent Asian elephant named Grande. Having survived a catastrophic flood at the zoo where he lives, Grande has a badly infected tusk. One of the world's top wildlife vets attempts to remove it in a race against the clock, as every minute Grande is under anaesthetic, the weight of his own body risks damaging his vital organs. Liz Bonnin travels to Tbilisi in Georgia, to witness a life-saving operation on a magnificent Asian elephant named Grande. Having survived a catastrophic flood at the zoo where he lives, Grande has a badly infected tusk. One of the world's top wildlife vets attempts to remove it in a race against the clock, as every minute Grande is under anaesthetic, the weight of his own body risks damaging his vital organs

Regi: Colin Murray

  • Medverkande:
  • Peter Oxley
  • Liz Bonnin
10:25
Inside the Factory

Gregg visits an enormous factory in Italy which produces 400,000 frozen pizzas each day. He mixes up a 450-kilogram batch of dough for the bases, enough for 180,000 pizzas, and watches as each one is stretched to exactly 26 centimetres in diameter. Gregg visits an enormous factory in Italy which produces 400,000 frozen pizzas each day. He mixes up a 450-kilogram batch of dough for the bases, enough for 180,000 pizzas, and watches as each one is stretched to exactly 26 centimetres in diameter

Regi: Michael Rees

  • Medverkande:
  • Sanjay Singhal
  • Philip Smith
  • Gregg Wallace
  • Cherry Healey
11:20
The World's Deadliest Weather

Tourists flee for their lives when Hurricane Patricia rips apart a Mexican holiday resort. Meanwhile, a tornado tosses a busy bouncy castle into the air during a summer fair in England. Tourists flee for their lives when Hurricane Patricia rips apart a Mexican holiday resort. Meanwhile, a tornado tosses a busy bouncy castle into the air during a summer fair in England

12:10
Life Below Zero

Sue searches for food, Ricko teaches his children to hunt, Jessie packs down a trail for his dogs, and the Hailstones go ice fishing. Sue searches for food, Ricko teaches his children to hunt, Jessie packs down a trail for his dogs, and the Hailstones go ice fishing

  • Medverkande:
  • Tim Pastore
  • Elli Hakami
12:55
Climate Change: The Facts

We're just two degrees away from a climate catastrophe. If the rate of global warming continues, we'll reach the threshold for permanent environmental damage within 40 years. But we have the power to prevent it. We're just two degrees away from a climate catastrophe. If the rate of global warming continues, we'll reach the threshold for permanent environmental damage within 40 years. But we have the power to prevent it

Regi: Serena Davies

13:50
Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in Lowestoft, at an enormous factory where they produce 450 tonnes of frozen food each day. He follows the production of frozen potato waffles, from the arrival of 25 tonnes of potatoes right through to dispatch. Gregg Wallace is in Lowestoft, at an enormous factory where they produce 450 tonnes of frozen food each day. He follows the production of frozen potato waffles, from the arrival of 25 tonnes of potatoes right through to dispatch

Regi: Chris Parkin

  • Medverkande:
  • Sanjay Singhal
  • Alice Harper
  • Gregg Wallace
  • Cherry Healey
14:45
Inside the Factory

Gregg visits an enormous factory in Italy which produces 400,000 frozen pizzas each day. He mixes up a 450-kilogram batch of dough for the bases, enough for 180,000 pizzas, and watches as each one is stretched to exactly 26 centimetres in diameter. Gregg visits an enormous factory in Italy which produces 400,000 frozen pizzas each day. He mixes up a 450-kilogram batch of dough for the bases, enough for 180,000 pizzas, and watches as each one is stretched to exactly 26 centimetres in diameter

Regi: Michael Rees

  • Medverkande:
  • Sanjay Singhal
  • Philip Smith
  • Gregg Wallace
  • Cherry Healey
15:40
The World's Deadliest Weather

Tourists flee for their lives when Hurricane Patricia rips apart a Mexican holiday resort. Meanwhile, a tornado tosses a busy bouncy castle into the air during a summer fair in England. Tourists flee for their lives when Hurricane Patricia rips apart a Mexican holiday resort. Meanwhile, a tornado tosses a busy bouncy castle into the air during a summer fair in England

16:25
Life Below Zero

Sue searches for food, Ricko teaches his children to hunt, Jessie packs down a trail for his dogs, and the Hailstones go ice fishing. Sue searches for food, Ricko teaches his children to hunt, Jessie packs down a trail for his dogs, and the Hailstones go ice fishing

  • Medverkande:
  • Tim Pastore
  • Elli Hakami
17:15
Big Animal Surgery

Liz Bonnin travels to Tbilisi in Georgia, to witness a life-saving operation on a magnificent Asian elephant named Grande. Having survived a catastrophic flood at the zoo where he lives, Grande has a badly infected tusk. One of the world's top wildlife vets attempts to remove it in a race against the clock, as every minute Grande is under anaesthetic, the weight of his own body risks damaging his vital organs. Liz Bonnin travels to Tbilisi in Georgia, to witness a life-saving operation on a magnificent Asian elephant named Grande. Having survived a catastrophic flood at the zoo where he lives, Grande has a badly infected tusk. One of the world's top wildlife vets attempts to remove it in a race against the clock, as every minute Grande is under anaesthetic, the weight of his own body risks damaging his vital organs

Regi: Colin Murray

  • Medverkande:
  • Peter Oxley
  • Liz Bonnin
18:05
Inside the Factory

Gregg visits an enormous factory in Italy which produces 400,000 frozen pizzas each day. He mixes up a 450-kilogram batch of dough for the bases, enough for 180,000 pizzas, and watches as each one is stretched to exactly 26 centimetres in diameter. Gregg visits an enormous factory in Italy which produces 400,000 frozen pizzas each day. He mixes up a 450-kilogram batch of dough for the bases, enough for 180,000 pizzas, and watches as each one is stretched to exactly 26 centimetres in diameter

Regi: Michael Rees

  • Medverkande:
  • Sanjay Singhal
  • Philip Smith
  • Gregg Wallace
  • Cherry Healey
19:00
Climate Change: The Facts

Intimate stories get inside the lives of the people affected by climate change, and those fighting it. And world-leading experts reveal the developments that are redefining our horizons. Intimate stories get inside the lives of the people affected by climate change, and those fighting it. And world-leading experts reveal the developments that are redefining our horizons

Regi: Serena Davies

19:50
Deadly 60

Steve and the team head to the remote island of Isla del Plata which has the largest congregation of giant manta rays in the world. Working with one of the world's top manta scientists, Steve heads off to try and dive with these majestic giants. Steve and the team head to the remote island of Isla del Plata which has the largest congregation of giant manta rays in the world. Working with one of the world's top manta scientists, Steve heads off to try and dive with these majestic giants

  • Medverkande:
  • Steve Backshall
20:20
Life on Location

The crew film chimpanzees in their natural habitat. The crew film chimpanzees in their natural habitat

20:30
The World's Deadliest Weather

A massive earthquake in Nepal triggers an avalanche, wiping out the Everest base camp and causing mud slides that are burying whole villages. A massive earthquake in Nepal triggers an avalanche, wiping out the Everest base camp and causing mud slides that are burying whole villages

21:20
Life Below Zero

Sue secures her camp before a long trip. Ricko helps repair his uncle's cabin. Jessie competes in a sled dog race. The Hailstones prepare for an intense storm. Sue secures her camp before a long trip. Ricko helps repair his uncle's cabin. Jessie competes in a sled dog race. The Hailstones prepare for an intense storm

  • Medverkande:
  • Tim Pastore
  • Elli Hakami
22:05
Big Animal Surgery

Liz Bonnin travels to Tbilisi in Georgia, to witness a life-saving operation on a magnificent Asian elephant named Grande. Having survived a catastrophic flood at the zoo where he lives, Grande has a badly infected tusk. One of the world's top wildlife vets attempts to remove it in a race against the clock, as every minute Grande is under anaesthetic, the weight of his own body risks damaging his vital organs. Liz Bonnin travels to Tbilisi in Georgia, to witness a life-saving operation on a magnificent Asian elephant named Grande. Having survived a catastrophic flood at the zoo where he lives, Grande has a badly infected tusk. One of the world's top wildlife vets attempts to remove it in a race against the clock, as every minute Grande is under anaesthetic, the weight of his own body risks damaging his vital organs

Regi: Colin Murray

  • Medverkande:
  • Peter Oxley
  • Liz Bonnin
23:00
Operation Wild

Clare discovers how vets in China keep baby pandas alive, we see a pioneering operation in Cameroon that could transform the life of Shufai the gorilla, and an elephant in Laos with a gunshot wound has to have an X-ray at a human hospital. Clare discovers how vets in China keep baby pandas alive, we see a pioneering operation in Cameroon that could transform the life of Shufai the gorilla, and an elephant in Laos with a gunshot wound has to have an X-ray at a human hospital

  • Medverkande:
  • Clare Balding
  • Steve Leonard
23:50
Joanna Lumley's Unseen Adventures

Joanna travels the length of India, showing us delights like the flower-sellers of Madurai, before taking us back to Uzbekistan for gory tales and gem-making. Joanna travels the length of India, showing us delights like the flower-sellers of Madurai, before taking us back to Uzbekistan for gory tales and gem-making

Regi: Ewen Thomson

  • Medverkande:
  • Clive Tulloh
  • Joanna Lumley
00:40
The World's Deadliest Weather

A massive earthquake in Nepal triggers an avalanche, wiping out the Everest base camp and causing mud slides that are burying whole villages. A massive earthquake in Nepal triggers an avalanche, wiping out the Everest base camp and causing mud slides that are burying whole villages

01:30
Life Below Zero

Sue secures her camp before a long trip. Ricko helps repair his uncle's cabin. Jessie competes in a sled dog race. The Hailstones prepare for an intense storm. Sue secures her camp before a long trip. Ricko helps repair his uncle's cabin. Jessie competes in a sled dog race. The Hailstones prepare for an intense storm

  • Medverkande:
  • Tim Pastore
  • Elli Hakami
02:15
Big Animal Surgery

Liz Bonnin travels to Tbilisi in Georgia, to witness a life-saving operation on a magnificent Asian elephant named Grande. Having survived a catastrophic flood at the zoo where he lives, Grande has a badly infected tusk. One of the world's top wildlife vets attempts to remove it in a race against the clock, as every minute Grande is under anaesthetic, the weight of his own body risks damaging his vital organs. Liz Bonnin travels to Tbilisi in Georgia, to witness a life-saving operation on a magnificent Asian elephant named Grande. Having survived a catastrophic flood at the zoo where he lives, Grande has a badly infected tusk. One of the world's top wildlife vets attempts to remove it in a race against the clock, as every minute Grande is under anaesthetic, the weight of his own body risks damaging his vital organs

Regi: Colin Murray

  • Medverkande:
  • Peter Oxley
  • Liz Bonnin
03:10
Operation Wild

Clare discovers how vets in China keep baby pandas alive, we see a pioneering operation in Cameroon that could transform the life of Shufai the gorilla, and an elephant in Laos with a gunshot wound has to have an X-ray at a human hospital. Clare discovers how vets in China keep baby pandas alive, we see a pioneering operation in Cameroon that could transform the life of Shufai the gorilla, and an elephant in Laos with a gunshot wound has to have an X-ray at a human hospital

  • Medverkande:
  • Clare Balding
  • Steve Leonard
04:00
Inside the Factory

Gregg visits an enormous factory in Italy which produces 400,000 frozen pizzas each day. He mixes up a 450-kilogram batch of dough for the bases, enough for 180,000 pizzas, and watches as each one is stretched to exactly 26 centimetres in diameter. Gregg visits an enormous factory in Italy which produces 400,000 frozen pizzas each day. He mixes up a 450-kilogram batch of dough for the bases, enough for 180,000 pizzas, and watches as each one is stretched to exactly 26 centimetres in diameter

Regi: Michael Rees

  • Medverkande:
  • Sanjay Singhal
  • Philip Smith
  • Gregg Wallace
  • Cherry Healey