This second episode looks at how felines have adapted to all kinds of environments.
Continuing his wildlife adventure, nature enthusiast Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall heads to the Jurassic Coast to explain the curious creatures that call … [ Read More ]
The BBC’s Natural History Unit gives us this look at various wild cats all over the world.
Sir David Attenborough travels to the Jurassic Coast in order to investigate the remains a 200-million-year-old extinct sea creature.
In this opening episode he looks at the Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley, which features among other creatures … [ Read More ]
Chris Packham looks at history’s most famous dinosaur – a beast we actually know rather little about.
David Attenborough looks underground as he investigates an ant “supercolony” in the Jura mountains.
In this documentary Dame Judi looks at both the history and science of trees.
Sir David Attenborough presents this profile of the biggest elephant of his day – both in terms of size and … [ Read More ]
This three-part series looks at the history of the American conservationist who wrote Gorillas in the Mist.
The team return to the Sherborne Estate in the Cotswolds, home to the last series of Springwatch, to get close … [ Read More ]
Part of the BBC’s Natural World strand, this programme follows the novelist Helen Macdonald as she begins once again decides … [ Read More ]
The survival expert presents a guide to outback and beyond in this journey across Australia.
Capturing all four seasons in the north American state, this new wildlife documentary starts in the depths of winter, where … [ Read More ]
The second series of the show that looks at both tribes and the animals that they live with sees presenter … [ Read More ]
The BBC’s Wild Alaskan adventure draws to a close but not before Matt joins 300 million salmon at the end … [ Read More ]
We are back in the Alaskan wilderness live with Steve Backshall, Matt Baker and Liz Bonnin. Tonight Steve takes to … [ Read More ]
This new daytime nature programme looks at some of the everyday wildlife you can find in the UK.
Bringing us the most breathtaking scenes live from the Alaskan wilderness Steve Backshall, Matt Baker and Liz Bonnin host the … [ Read More ]
Confusingly, this show is not set in Sudan, but in Kenya and the former Czechoslovakia. The “Sudan” in the title … [ Read More ]
While we in Britain might be able to tell that spring has arrived by the call of a certain bird … [ Read More ]
A creature that has not only made a home for itself in world’s biggest wetland – the Pantanal of Brazil … [ Read More ]
Liz Bonnin, who is currently in Australia taking part in Stargazing Live, is now also the presenter of this new … [ Read More ]
You cannot go wrong with a bit of David Attenborough, so it is always worth watching anything he’s involved with.