Tv-Tablå för BBC Earth tisdag

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

TidProgram
05:30
Mindful Escapes: Breathe, Release, Restore

How does connecting with the images and sounds of the natural world help us gain a greater sense of ease, perspective and connection? This first episode is about breathing. By immersing ourselves in images of jellyfish floating, elephants swimming and lemurs swinging through the rainforest, we learn to focus on our breathing and are reminded that we are not separate from the world around us. What is the relationship between each breath and mindfulness, and why is breathing so important

  • Medverkande:
  • Andy Puddicombe
06:00
Supermarket Secrets

Gregg and Babita look at one of the fastest-growing battlegrounds, convenience. Gregg finds out what it takes to bring us the easiest ever fish and discovers how supermarkets decide where to open convenience stores. Meanwhile, Babita travels to Spain on the trail of our favourite convenience fruit

  • Medverkande:
  • Eileen Inkson
  • Gregg Wallace
  • Babita Sharma
06:50
Life on Location

The film crew tells the stories of the dragon hunt

07:05
Civilisations

Simon Schama explores the remote origins of human creativity with the first known marks made some 80,000 years ago in South African caves, marks which were not dictated merely by humanity's physical needs. He marvels at the later caveworks, shapes of hands, in red stencils on the walls of caves, and at the paintings of bison and bulls, and Stone Age carvings

Regi: Tim Niel

  • Medverkande:
  • Denys Blakeway
  • Melanie Fall
  • Simon Schama
08:00
The World's Deadliest Weather

A record-breaking cyclone wrecks South Pacific islands, a cruise ship becomes stranded in a storm, and two friends get caught in a deadly avalanche

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
08:45
Attenborough and the Giant Dinosaur

David Attenborough tells the story of the discovery and reconstruction in Argentina of the world's largest known dinosaur, a brand new species of titanosaur. Measuring 37m long - close to four London buses put end to end - and weighing 70 metric tons, it now holds the record as the biggest animal ever to walk the earth

Regi: Charlotte Scott

  • Medverkande:
  • Mike Gunton
  • David Attenborough
09:40
Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben ventures to Central America and a remote island off the coast of Panama. His host Jaimie is an inventor, who has built a unique home and an unconventional family to create his own wild utopia. Ben gets stuck into island life

Regi: Sean McDonnell

  • Medverkande:
  • Harry Lansdown
  • Ben Fogle
10:25
Life Below Zero

In Eagle, Andy's apprentice makes a costly mistake and he runs out of the wood that heats his tent and keeps him alive

  • Medverkande:
  • James Franzo
  • Sue Aikens
  • Andy Bassich
  • Kate Rorke-Bassich
  • Tim Pastore
  • Elli Hakami
11:10
The World's Deadliest Weather

A record-breaking cyclone wrecks South Pacific islands, a cruise ship becomes stranded in a storm, and two friends get caught in a deadly avalanche

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
12:00
Supermarket Secrets

Gregg and Babita look at one of the fastest-growing battlegrounds, convenience. Gregg finds out what it takes to bring us the easiest ever fish and discovers how supermarkets decide where to open convenience stores. Meanwhile, Babita travels to Spain on the trail of our favourite convenience fruit

  • Medverkande:
  • Eileen Inkson
  • Gregg Wallace
  • Babita Sharma
12:50
Civilisations

Simon Schama explores the remote origins of human creativity with the first known marks made some 80,000 years ago in South African caves, marks which were not dictated merely by humanity's physical needs. He marvels at the later caveworks, shapes of hands, in red stencils on the walls of caves, and at the paintings of bison and bulls, and Stone Age carvings

Regi: Tim Niel

  • Medverkande:
  • Denys Blakeway
  • Melanie Fall
  • Simon Schama
13:45
Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace visits the biggest cider factory in the world, which produces more than 350 million litres each year. The scale of production blows his mind, as at each turn he's confronted with huge machinery and incredible processes. Meanwhile, Cherry Healey explores how the factory is creating new orchards of a sweet apple variety called Scrumptious, and historian Ruth Goodman traces a Victorian apple-breeding boom

Regi: Gavin Ahern

  • Medverkande:
  • Nicola Lafferty
  • Lucy Carter
  • Gregg Wallace
  • Cherry Healey
14:40
Attenborough and the Giant Dinosaur

David Attenborough tells the story of the discovery and reconstruction in Argentina of the world's largest known dinosaur, a brand new species of titanosaur. Measuring 37m long - close to four London buses put end to end - and weighing 70 metric tons, it now holds the record as the biggest animal ever to walk the earth

Regi: Charlotte Scott

  • Medverkande:
  • Mike Gunton
  • David Attenborough
15:30
Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben ventures to Central America and a remote island off the coast of Panama. His host Jaimie is an inventor, who has built a unique home and an unconventional family to create his own wild utopia. Ben gets stuck into island life

Regi: Sean McDonnell

  • Medverkande:
  • Harry Lansdown
  • Ben Fogle
16:15
Life Below Zero

In Eagle, Andy's apprentice makes a costly mistake and he runs out of the wood that heats his tent and keeps him alive

  • Medverkande:
  • James Franzo
  • Sue Aikens
  • Andy Bassich
  • Kate Rorke-Bassich
  • Tim Pastore
  • Elli Hakami
17:00
The World's Deadliest Weather

A record-breaking cyclone wrecks South Pacific islands, a cruise ship becomes stranded in a storm, and two friends get caught in a deadly avalanche

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
17:50
Attenborough and the Giant Dinosaur

David Attenborough tells the story of the discovery and reconstruction in Argentina of the world's largest known dinosaur, a brand new species of titanosaur. Measuring 37m long - close to four London buses put end to end - and weighing 70 metric tons, it now holds the record as the biggest animal ever to walk the earth

Regi: Charlotte Scott

  • Medverkande:
  • Mike Gunton
  • David Attenborough
18:45
Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben ventures to Central America and a remote island off the coast of Panama. His host Jaimie is an inventor, who has built a unique home and an unconventional family to create his own wild utopia. Ben gets stuck into island life

Regi: Sean McDonnell

  • Medverkande:
  • Harry Lansdown
  • Ben Fogle
19:30
Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace visits the biggest cider factory in the world, which produces more than 350 million litres each year. The scale of production blows his mind, as at each turn he's confronted with huge machinery and incredible processes. Meanwhile, Cherry Healey explores how the factory is creating new orchards of a sweet apple variety called Scrumptious, and historian Ruth Goodman traces a Victorian apple-breeding boom

Regi: Gavin Ahern

  • Medverkande:
  • Nicola Lafferty
  • Lucy Carter
  • Gregg Wallace
  • Cherry Healey
20:25
Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben ventures to Central America and a remote island off the coast of Panama. His host Jaimie is an inventor, who has built a unique home and an unconventional family to create his own wild utopia. Ben gets stuck into island life

Regi: Sean McDonnell

  • Medverkande:
  • Harry Lansdown
  • Ben Fogle
21:10
The Age of Nature

Scientists, citizens and activists restore the environment thanks to a new understanding of nature

22:00
Life Below Zero

With seasons changing in the Arctic, Alaskans hunt and explore various pathways through the wilderness before spring break up fully arrives

  • Medverkande:
  • James Franzo
  • Sue Aikens
  • Andy Bassich
  • Kate Rorke-Bassich
  • Tim Pastore
  • Elli Hakami
22:45
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

23:45
The World's Deadliest Weather

A record-breaking cyclone wrecks South Pacific islands, a cruise ship becomes stranded in a storm, and two friends get caught in a deadly avalanche

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
00:35
Supermarket Secrets

Gregg and Babita look at one of the fastest-growing battlegrounds, convenience. Gregg finds out what it takes to bring us the easiest ever fish and discovers how supermarkets decide where to open convenience stores. Meanwhile, Babita travels to Spain on the trail of our favourite convenience fruit

  • Medverkande:
  • Eileen Inkson
  • Gregg Wallace
  • Babita Sharma
01:25
Civilisations

Simon Schama explores the remote origins of human creativity with the first known marks made some 80,000 years ago in South African caves, marks which were not dictated merely by humanity's physical needs. He marvels at the later caveworks, shapes of hands, in red stencils on the walls of caves, and at the paintings of bison and bulls, and Stone Age carvings

Regi: Tim Niel

  • Medverkande:
  • Denys Blakeway
  • Melanie Fall
  • Simon Schama
02:20
The World's Deadliest Weather

A record-breaking cyclone wrecks South Pacific islands, a cruise ship becomes stranded in a storm, and two friends get caught in a deadly avalanche

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
03:10
Attenborough and the Giant Dinosaur

David Attenborough tells the story of the discovery and reconstruction in Argentina of the world's largest known dinosaur, a brand new species of titanosaur. Measuring 37m long - close to four London buses put end to end - and weighing 70 metric tons, it now holds the record as the biggest animal ever to walk the earth

Regi: Charlotte Scott

  • Medverkande:
  • Mike Gunton
  • David Attenborough
04:00
Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben ventures to Central America and a remote island off the coast of Panama. His host Jaimie is an inventor, who has built a unique home and an unconventional family to create his own wild utopia. Ben gets stuck into island life

Regi: Sean McDonnell

  • Medverkande:
  • Harry Lansdown
  • Ben Fogle