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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
06:00

Life Below Zero

Unable to shoot from her right side due to injury, Sue Aitkens travels to Fairbanks to invest in some left-handed weaponry, while the Hailstones hunt for moulting ducks.

06:45

Animal Impossible

Incredible facts and myths about the animal kingdom are put to the test. Is it true that a giant squid can sink a ship?

07:35

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace visits the biggest tortilla factory in Europe. The Coventry site covers more than 21,000 square meters, the size of three football pitches, and makes 60,000 tonnes of snacks every year.

08:30

Dynasties

In Amboseli, Kenya, an incredibly rare event pushes a struggling elephant family to its limits. Their only chance to save their dynasty is to work together and overcome the challenge of a lifetime.

09:30

World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

From the Quinta de Vargellas, a vineyard that has been making one of Britain's favourite tipples, port, travel down the line that once transported it to the city that gave it its name, Porto. At the seaside city of Aveiro, discover an altogether fishier link. Throughout the Middle Ages, England traded cod caught in the North Sea for salt from the salt marshes of Aveiro.

10:15

Life Below Zero

In Kavik, Sue heads to a nearby fishing hole to try and replenish her food supply and, in Nenana, Jessie does squirrel maintenance around camp to protect his dog food supply.

11:00

Life Below Zero

Unable to shoot from her right side due to injury, Sue Aitkens travels to Fairbanks to invest in some left-handed weaponry, while the Hailstones hunt for moulting ducks.

11:45

Animal Impossible

Incredible facts and myths about the animal kingdom are put to the test. Is it true that a giant squid can sink a ship?

12:35

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace visits the biggest tortilla factory in Europe. The Coventry site covers more than 21,000 square meters, the size of three football pitches, and makes 60,000 tonnes of snacks every year.

13:30

Dynasties

In Amboseli, Kenya, an incredibly rare event pushes a struggling elephant family to its limits. Their only chance to save their dynasty is to work together and overcome the challenge of a lifetime.

14:30

Life Below Zero

Alaskans get a brief respite from winter's fury with the end of the thaw.

15:15

Life Below Zero Canada

On the hunt for a steady supply of dog food, Becky and family establish a Fish Camp on the shores of Great Slave Lake. In search of an elusive Caribou herd, new comer Jon Grenier ventures into the wilds of Northern Quebec.

16:00

World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

Travelling west from the gelato shops of the seaside town of Pescara, the journey continues across Italy through the remote and wild Apennine Mountains down to the bustling city of Naples.

16:45

Animal Impossible

Incredible facts and myths about the animal kingdom are put to the test. This time, is it true that piranhas can strip you to the bone in seconds?

17:35

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace and Cherry Healey get special access to a factory that makes as many as a hundred iconic yellow diggers every single day. When he was a boy, like many a mucky child in the sand pit, Gregg used to play with toy diggers.

18:30

Dynasties

On Zambia's plains, a cheetah mother must keep her precious cubs safe, preparing them for life without her. They take on dangerous prey, battle hyenas and learn that even tiny neighbours can bite back.

19:30

Life Below Zero

Andy and Kate are rushing to get their fish wheel ready before the chum salmon run begins. In Kavik, Sue searches for food so she can survive the coming freeze.

20:10

The Secret Genius of Modern Life

With over six billion of them across the planet, smartphones have changed the modern world. With rare access to electronics giant Samsung, Hannah uncovers the technological game changers that have made the smartphone a reality.

21:00

Life Below Zero Canada

Kim and Pierre turn their attentions to harvesting big game, and Mike returns home to discover a cabin in much need of repair. In Lutsel K'e, Becky tries to sort out her green team of sled dogs, and Bentley accelerates his winter preparations.

21:45

Einstein & Hawking: Masters of our Universe

One of 20th century's greatest minds, Einstein, created the theory of relativity, a tool to explore and predict the way the universe works.

22:40

Exploration Volcano

Volcano expert Chris Horsley is called back to the Congo to investigate a potentially lethal threat to over two million people. After a recent eruption, a huge 10-mile-long fracture has appeared in the ground.

23:25

World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

From the Quinta de Vargellas, a vineyard that has been making one of Britain's favourite tipples, port, travel down the line that once transported it to the city that gave it its name, Porto. At the seaside city of Aveiro, discover an altogether fishier link. Throughout the Middle Ages, England traded cod caught in the North Sea for salt from the salt marshes of Aveiro.

00:10

Life Below Zero

Andy and Kate are rushing to get their fish wheel ready before the chum salmon run begins. In Kavik, Sue searches for food so she can survive the coming freeze.

00:50

The Secret Genius of Modern Life

With over six billion of them across the planet, smartphones have changed the modern world. With rare access to electronics giant Samsung, Hannah uncovers the technological game changers that have made the smartphone a reality.

01:45

Life Below Zero Canada

Kim and Pierre turn their attentions to harvesting big game, and Mike returns home to discover a cabin in much need of repair. In Lutsel K'e, Becky tries to sort out her green team of sled dogs, and Bentley accelerates his winter preparations.

02:30

Einstein & Hawking: Masters of our Universe

One of 20th century's greatest minds, Einstein, created the theory of relativity, a tool to explore and predict the way the universe works.

03:20

Exploration Volcano

Volcano expert Chris Horsley is called back to the Congo to investigate a potentially lethal threat to over two million people. After a recent eruption, a huge 10-mile-long fracture has appeared in the ground.

04:05

Life Below Zero

Andy and Kate are rushing to get their fish wheel ready before the chum salmon run begins. In Kavik, Sue searches for food so she can survive the coming freeze.

04:50

Frozen Planet: The Making Of

To film the entire breeding cycle of the Adelie penguin, a team is sent to one of the world's largest colonies at Cape Crozier, Antarctica. Cameraman Mark Smith and director Jeff Wilson spent four months living amongst the penguins.

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