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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

Cornwall with Simon Reeve

Simon investigates the environmental challenges facing Cornwall and the rest of the country, and on the way encounters some of its iconic wildlife, including Britain's largest predator, the huge grey seal.

06:50

Earth's Natural Wonders

In the high Himalaya, join yak-herder Thokmay Lowa and his small group as he steers his herd through one of the region's extreme mountain passes. In the Canadian Arctic, 63-year-old Minnie Nappaaluk and her granddaughter Eva embark on one of the most hazardous expeditions for food: the mussel harvest. In the blistering Australian outback, the only way to efficiently round up cattle herds on vast farms is through the use of helicopter cowboys like Chris Weyand.

07:45

Chris Packham's Animal Einsteins

Chris Packham looks at social intelligence in the animal kingdom, and finds out why it is that, for animals, being together means being clever. He looks at how lions hunt in teams, in which each holds a very specific position.

08:35

Life Below Zero

As fall looms, residents of the arctic take advantage of unseasonably mild conditions.

09:20

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in Ireland at an enormous liqueurs factory that produces 540,000 bottles a day. He follows the production of cream liqueur from the arrival of maize to make Irish whiskey right through to dispatch of the finished liqueur.

10:10

Cornwall with Simon Reeve

Simon investigates the environmental challenges facing Cornwall and the rest of the country, and on the way encounters some of its iconic wildlife, including Britain's largest predator, the huge grey seal.

11:05

Earth's Natural Wonders

In the high Himalaya, join yak-herder Thokmay Lowa and his small group as he steers his herd through one of the region's extreme mountain passes. In the Canadian Arctic, 63-year-old Minnie Nappaaluk and her granddaughter Eva embark on one of the most hazardous expeditions for food: the mussel harvest. In the blistering Australian outback, the only way to efficiently round up cattle herds on vast farms is through the use of helicopter cowboys like Chris Weyand.

11:55

Chris Packham's Animal Einsteins

Chris Packham looks at social intelligence in the animal kingdom, and finds out why it is that, for animals, being together means being clever. He looks at how lions hunt in teams, in which each holds a very specific position.

12:45

Life Below Zero

As fall looms, residents of the arctic take advantage of unseasonably mild conditions.

13:30

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in Ireland at an enormous liqueurs factory that produces 540,000 bottles a day. He follows the production of cream liqueur from the arrival of maize to make Irish whiskey right through to dispatch of the finished liqueur.

14:20

Cornwall with Simon Reeve

Simon investigates the environmental challenges facing Cornwall and the rest of the country, and on the way encounters some of its iconic wildlife, including Britain's largest predator, the huge grey seal.

15:15

Earth's Natural Wonders

In many of the world's most extraordinary natural wonders there is an abundance of animals. These can be a devastating threat to the people who live there, or they can provide a means of survival, but often at a high price.

16:10

Chris Packham's Animal Einsteins

Chris Packham reveals the intelligent cons and deceitful behaviour that animals use to survive and prosper in the game of life, from disguising themselves to outwit predators to kidnapping babies to save their own offspring.

17:00

Life Below Zero

Arctic residents must adapt to the changing climate patterns to survive in the wild.

17:45

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in France at an enormous foundry where they produce a cast iron pot every five seconds. He follows production of casserole dishes from the arrival of 20 tonnes of crude iron right through to brightly coloured orange pots.

18:40

The Ganges with Sue Perkins

Sue travels from the sacred summit of Shivling, source of the Ganges, to the beautiful mountain town of Rishikesh. Along the way, she meets some Hindu holy men known as sadhus, wealthy tycoons, as well as local families to find out what the future holds for this great river.

19:30

Civilisations

Simon Schama looks at the rise of art as a tradeable commodity and its fate in the machine and profit-driven world. He asks whether art should create a realm separate from the modern world, a place where we can escape and pull the ladder up after us, or whether it should plunge headlong into the chaos and cacophony while transforming the way we see it and live in it.

20:20

Horizon

Hannah Fry investigates the questions the British public want answered about the future. Hannah will try to discover whether we could ever live forever or if there will ever be a cure for cancer.

21:15

Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild

Ben Fogle ventures to the Greek island of Andros to visit Sandy, founder of a remote animal shelter perched on the slopes of the island's highest peak. Ben embraces sharing a home with 25 dogs, eight donkeys, a horse, a mule and more than 20 cats.

22:00

Life Below Zero

Alaskans work to secure all loose ends as the unforgiving winter tightens its grip.

22:50

The World's Deadliest Weather

Witness some of our planet's most disastrous and deadly natural catastrophes that can happen right on your own doorstep.

23:40

Civilisations

Simon Schama looks at the rise of art as a tradeable commodity and its fate in the machine and profit-driven world. He asks whether art should create a realm separate from the modern world, a place where we can escape and pull the ladder up after us, or whether it should plunge headlong into the chaos and cacophony while transforming the way we see it and live in it.

00:30

Horizon

Hannah Fry investigates the questions the British public want answered about the future. Hannah will try to discover whether we could ever live forever or if there will ever be a cure for cancer.

01:20

Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild

Ben Fogle ventures to the Greek island of Andros to visit Sandy, founder of a remote animal shelter perched on the slopes of the island's highest peak. Ben embraces sharing a home with 25 dogs, eight donkeys, a horse, a mule and more than 20 cats.

02:05

Life Below Zero

Alaskans work to secure all loose ends as the unforgiving winter tightens its grip.

03:00

The World's Deadliest Weather

Witness some of our planet's most disastrous and deadly natural catastrophes that can happen right on your own doorstep.

03:50

Civilisations

Simon Schama looks at the rise of art as a tradeable commodity and its fate in the machine and profit-driven world. He asks whether art should create a realm separate from the modern world, a place where we can escape and pull the ladder up after us, or whether it should plunge headlong into the chaos and cacophony while transforming the way we see it and live in it.

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