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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

Japan with Sue Perkins

Sue Perkins spends an enjoyable evening in Kyoto. There she meets Japan's geishas, goes free diving with ama divers, visits Hiroshima, and explores how the Japanese are tackling the future in Tokyo

06:00

Inside the Factory

To keep their feet nice and warm, the British spend almost 723 million pounds a year on socks. Gregg Wallace visits a sock factory in Leicester that produces one and a half million socks annually. Cherry Healey finds out what causes smelly feet, and Ruth Goodman steps back into the 1980s, when socks were at the height of fashion

06:55

Life Below Zero

Sue is out to hunt caribou. Ricko travels to a natural hot spring. Jessie moves to Brushkana. The Hailstones build a wall tent and go fishing

07:40

Deadly 60

The rainforests of Ecuador are some of the most diverse on earth. Brimming with all kinds of unique and weird species that are found nowhere else, and some of the most deadly animals on earth lurking in the shadows

08:10

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

09:00

Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild

Ben revisits a former fighter pilot who turned his back on Indian high society to live a simple life in the foothills of the Himalayas. A motorcycle accident hampered Steve's plans, but his children help him preserve a small piece of paradise

09:45

Trust Me, I'm a Doctor

Michael Mosley tests if trees could be the answer to air pollution, Gabriel Weston is tracking down a novel cure to Migraines that has been found in a beauty clinic and Saleyha Ahsan is on a mission to teach us all how to revive a drowning casualty

10:30

Coast

Britain's last great wilderness, the stunning Cape Wrath, is the stomping ground for Nick Crane who must make his own path to his favourite beach, an isolated sandy treasure on which few have set foot

11:25

Inside the Factory

To keep their feet nice and warm, the British spend almost 723 million pounds a year on socks. Gregg Wallace visits a sock factory in Leicester that produces one and a half million socks annually. Cherry Healey finds out what causes smelly feet, and Ruth Goodman steps back into the 1980s, when socks were at the height of fashion

12:15

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

13:05

Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild

Ben revisits a former fighter pilot who turned his back on Indian high society to live a simple life in the foothills of the Himalayas. A motorcycle accident hampered Steve's plans, but his children help him preserve a small piece of paradise

13:50

Trust Me, I'm a Doctor

Michael Mosley tests if trees could be the answer to air pollution, Gabriel Weston is tracking down a novel cure to Migraines that has been found in a beauty clinic and Saleyha Ahsan is on a mission to teach us all how to revive a drowning casualty

14:40

Coast

Britain's last great wilderness, the stunning Cape Wrath, is the stomping ground for Nick Crane who must make his own path to his favourite beach, an isolated sandy treasure on which few have set foot

15:30

Inside the Factory

To keep their feet nice and warm, the British spend almost 723 million pounds a year on socks. Gregg Wallace visits a sock factory in Leicester that produces one and a half million socks annually. Cherry Healey finds out what causes smelly feet, and Ruth Goodman steps back into the 1980s, when socks were at the height of fashion

16:25

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

17:15

Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild

Ben revisits a former fighter pilot who turned his back on Indian high society to live a simple life in the foothills of the Himalayas. A motorcycle accident hampered Steve's plans, but his children help him preserve a small piece of paradise

18:00

Trust Me, I'm a Doctor

Michael Mosley tests if trees could be the answer to air pollution, Gabriel Weston is tracking down a novel cure to Migraines that has been found in a beauty clinic and Saleyha Ahsan is on a mission to teach us all how to revive a drowning casualty

18:45

Coast

Britain's last great wilderness, the stunning Cape Wrath, is the stomping ground for Nick Crane who must make his own path to his favourite beach, an isolated sandy treasure on which few have set foot

19:35

Wild Metropolis

A look at the residents who thrive in the newest and fastest-changing habitat on the planet. From smooth-coated otters at home in Singapore, to huge colonies of megabats in Adelaide, and reticulated pythons living on the streets of Bangkok, experience cities through the eyes of the animals that live in them

20:30

Egyptian Tomb Hunting

Tony enters tombs that have been sealed shut for thousands of years, meets mummies, holds an Ancient Egyptian prime minister's heart and discovers hieroglyphs only ever seen by the ancient Egyptians who created them

21:15

Life Below Zero

Alaskans race to secure resources and ready their camps for the coming dark winter

22:00

Life Below Zero

Alaskans struggle to survive the brief, cold and dark days as winter overtakes the land

22:45

The World's Deadliest Weather

A hurricane at sea plunges 4 000 cruise passengers into panic. Beset by a powerful storm, a herd of pregnant cows is driven into the Irish Sea

23:30

World's Wildest Weather

Canada's costliest ever wild fire, the worst cyclone in 40 years hits Darwin Australia and monsoon rains destroy Manila's neighbourhoods

00:20

Coast

Britain's last great wilderness, the stunning Cape Wrath, is the stomping ground for Nick Crane who must make his own path to his favourite beach, an isolated sandy treasure on which few have set foot

01:10

Wild Metropolis

A look at the residents who thrive in the newest and fastest-changing habitat on the planet. From smooth-coated otters at home in Singapore, to huge colonies of megabats in Adelaide, and reticulated pythons living on the streets of Bangkok, experience cities through the eyes of the animals that live in them

02:00

Egyptian Tomb Hunting

Tony enters tombs that have been sealed shut for thousands of years, meets mummies, holds an Ancient Egyptian prime minister's heart and discovers hieroglyphs only ever seen by the ancient Egyptians who created them

02:45

Life Below Zero

Alaskans race to secure resources and ready their camps for the coming dark winter

03:30

Life Below Zero

Alaskans struggle to survive the brief, cold and dark days as winter overtakes the land

04:15

The World's Deadliest Weather

A hurricane at sea plunges 4 000 cruise passengers into panic. Beset by a powerful storm, a herd of pregnant cows is driven into the Irish Sea