Tv-Tablå för BBC Earth torsdag

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

TidProgram
05:10

Life Below Zero

The entire Hailstone family goes caribou hunting in Noorvik, hoping to find enough meat for the winter. Meanwhile in Kavik, a bear threatens Sue's clients.

06:00

Life Below Zero Canada

Becky struggles to secure a steady supply of winter water, Kim and Pierre turn their attention to harvesting big game, Jon looks to the land for some much-needed supplies, and Bentley cruises the waters of Schade Lake.

06:45

Animal Impossible

Incredible facts and myths about the animal kingdom are put to the test. This time, is it true that an electric eel can kill you?

07:35

Inside the Factory

When he was a child, Gregg loved playing with toy trainsets. Now he's got special access to learn how the ultimate model is made: a huge 187 tonne, five carriage electric train. Meanwhile, Cherry Healey travels to Scotland to visit the UK's last remaining factory that produces aluminium via smelting. Historian Ruth Goodman is energised by the history of electric trains as she learns that the UK's first was a tourist train that is still in use along the Brighton seafront.

08:25

Dynasties

With the emergence of a young rival, a spotted hyena queen struggles to keep her grip on power, while also trying to raise a family, on Zambia's vast and unforgiving Liuwa Plain grasslands.

09:25

World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

Starting from one of the world's most remote cities, Walvis Bay in Namibia, a train made of 18 vintage coaches will roll 1,500 miles through the Kalahari Desert to Pretoria,the executive capital of South Africa.

10:10

Life Below Zero Canada

After losing a cache of winter meat last season, Kim and Pierre look to the land for a source of emergency food. Bentley and his wife Felica explore Schade Lake, hunting for early season beaver.

10:55

Life Below Zero Canada

Becky struggles to secure a steady supply of winter water, Kim and Pierre turn their attention to harvesting big game, Jon looks to the land for some much-needed supplies, and Bentley cruises the waters of Schade Lake.

11:40

Animal Impossible

Incredible facts and myths about the animal kingdom are put to the test. This time, is it true that an electric eel can kill you?

12:30

Inside the Factory

When he was a child, Gregg loved playing with toy trainsets. Now he's got special access to learn how the ultimate model is made: a huge 187 tonne, five carriage electric train. Meanwhile, Cherry Healey travels to Scotland to visit the UK's last remaining factory that produces aluminium via smelting. Historian Ruth Goodman is energised by the history of electric trains as she learns that the UK's first was a tourist train that is still in use along the Brighton seafront.

13:25

Dynasties

With the emergence of a young rival, a spotted hyena queen struggles to keep her grip on power, while also trying to raise a family, on Zambia's vast and unforgiving Liuwa Plain grasslands.

14:25

Life Below Zero Canada

Kim and Pierre redouble their efforts to harvest a moose, Becky pushes herself to the limit for her dogs, Bentley and his father build a summer runway for their plane, and Jon and his two sons look to the past to help them build for their future.

15:10

Life Below Zero Canada

On the hunt for a steady supply of fish, Bentley and his father, Gary, brave subzero temperatures on a remote, frozen lake; Jon heads into the bush on a mission.

15:55

World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

Starting a mile above sea level in Colorado' state capital, Denver, the Rocky Mountaineer, makes its way through Wild West country to Moab in the state of Utah, paying homage to the grave of Doc Holliday along the way.

16:40

Exploration Volcano

An inconspicuous hill on the Spanish Island of La Palma bursts open, releasing an avalanche of lava. In its path are the homes of seven thousand residents and the emergency services rush to evacuate.

17:25

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace gets exclusive access to a factory that builds red London buses, while Cherry Healey visits a bus windscreen factory and Ruth Goodman learns about London's earliest double-deckers.

18:20

Dynasties

High in the mountains of Morocco lives a descendant of a long line of macaque rulers. She has been in charge of this troupe for many winters - one of the longest recorded reigns of an alpha - but this year is likely to be her last.

19:20

Life Below Zero

The Alaskans are preparing for the transition to winter. Andy hunts for moose in Eagle, as he and Kate need to restock on meat for the winter.

20:05

Mammals

The night might be a time humans avoid, but for most mammals it has always been a world of opportunity. Mammals first emerged during the time of the dinosaurs. To avoid competition with these mighty rivals, they stayed small and only active at night.

21:00

Einstein & Hawking: Masters of our Universe

A look into the British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking. Detailing his childhood, education, marriage, family life, and his work on the Big Bang and black holes.

21:55

Mummies Unwrapped

The mutilated mummy of the Younger Lady has mystified Egyptologists for over a hundred years; new evidence finally reveals who she was and why her brutal death is directly linked to the world-famous Tutankhamun.

22:40

Joanna Lumley's Great Cities of the World

Joanna Lumley visits Berlin and heads for the Festival of Lights, meets an all-female motorcycle club and visits a replica of a western town. Her travels also take her to a famous photographer who documented life in Soviet-controlled East Berlin and finally she meets Holocaust survivor, Frau Friedlander.

23:30

World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

Starting from one of the world's most remote cities, Walvis Bay in Namibia, a train made of 18 vintage coaches will roll 1,500 miles through the Kalahari Desert to Pretoria,the executive capital of South Africa.

00:15

Life Below Zero

The Alaskans are preparing for the transition to winter. Andy hunts for moose in Eagle, as he and Kate need to restock on meat for the winter.

01:00

Mammals

The night might be a time humans avoid, but for most mammals it has always been a world of opportunity. Mammals first emerged during the time of the dinosaurs. To avoid competition with these mighty rivals, they stayed small and only active at night.

02:00

Einstein & Hawking: Masters of our Universe

A look into the British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking. Detailing his childhood, education, marriage, family life, and his work on the Big Bang and black holes.

02:50

Mummies Unwrapped

The mutilated mummy of the Younger Lady has mystified Egyptologists for over a hundred years; new evidence finally reveals who she was and why her brutal death is directly linked to the world-famous Tutankhamun.

03:40

Joanna Lumley's Great Cities of the World

Joanna Lumley visits Berlin and heads for the Festival of Lights, meets an all-female motorcycle club and visits a replica of a western town. Her travels also take her to a famous photographer who documented life in Soviet-controlled East Berlin and finally she meets Holocaust survivor, Frau Friedlander.

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