The changing position of the sun affects the behaviour of animals across our planet.
Fifty years on, Sir David Attenborough returns to Madagascar.
Viewing the world from the perspective of some diminutive wild characters.
Morris, Clarence and Anglin disappeared leaving behind a long-surviving cold case.
This series investigates East Africa's Great Rift Valley.
Kate Humble and Simon King document the animals living along the Zambia's Luangwa River.
Sivuqaq is an 18 year old, larger than life Pacific Walrus.
Wildlife cameraman Martyn Colbeck travels to Sri Lanka to meet these special elephants.
Sir David Attenborough tells the story of a study into the lives of a family of meerkats.
Following a plan to move rhinos by helicopter to save them from poachers.
Sir David Attenborough narrates the remarkable stories of some real life animal romantics.
Bill Turnbull investigates one of the biggest questions in the British countryside.
This fascinating documentary about killer whales reveals their true nature.
Sir David Attenborough picks 10 endangered animals to put into his hypothetical ark.
Join Simon Reeve as he travels across Australia in this fascinating adventure.
Sir David Attenborough narrates a look at Canada's beautiful scenery and wildlife.
Across the world scientists are releasing predators close to where people live.
Sir David Attenborough delves into the unpopular, but marvellous world of the undergrowth.
Picturesque documentary series following grizzly bears as they struggle to survive.
Dr Alice Roberts asks if humans are still evolving, and where we might be heading.
Joseph Fiennes narrates a picture of the nature of Britain over the course of one year.
East Africa’s Great Rift Valley is one of the world’s greatest natural wonders.
Sir David Attenborough presents a revised version of the ground-breaking original series.
Charlie Hamilton-James explores and remakes Percy Smith's surreal film The Acrobatic Fly.
Professor Alice Roberts takes us back 40,000 years in this recreation of the ice age.
Critic Alastair Sooke hails Roman art in this superb three-part series.
By exploring their anatomy, Inside Nature's Giants reveals how these animals really work.
This new and exclusive series brings the world's best-preserved mummies back to life.
We follow scientists as they travel to protect us from storms, quakes and eruptions.
Dr Nina Ramirez exposes the hidden meanings behind the treasure of the Anglo Saxons.
Prof Brian Cox is on a mission to reveal how fundamental laws of science gave us life.
Legendary traveller Michael Palin returns with a travelogue of Brazil.
Sir David Attenborough tells the stories of some of the world's best animal architects.
Sir David Attenborough shows Africa in a way that we’ve never seen before.
An exploration of the Caribbean's incredibly rich mix of superb wildlife.
Steve Backshall sets out to discover the spectacular rainforest landscape of Guyana.
Over 60,000 years ago the first humans left their African homeland and entered Europe.
Archaeologist Barry Kemp's discovers secrets of the lost metropolis of Amarna.
A remarkable film deconstructing the famous volcanic disaster of 79AD.
Sir David Attenborough uncovers the habits and rituals of mammals of all kinds.
Historian Dr Michael Scott excavates a recently found tomb in the catacombs of Rome.
Queen of Ancient Egypt, Cleopatra was a ruthless political schemer.
In 1883, the volcano Krakatoa erupted destroying everything in its path.
Set in 44 BC Rome, Empire is centred around young Octavius (Santiago Cabrera).
Wildest Africa celebrates the continent on a majestic scale.
Nigel Marven explores the wild side of Colombia.
From Ancient Greece to the frozen North, rulers have always needed their elite troops.
Ants have inhabited our planet for millions of years, yet they still appear alien to us.
Fascinating documentary following a single colony of ants.
A rare insight into hummingbirds, combining scientific revelation with stunning footage.
Cameraman Gordon Buchanan goes on the trail of the elusive wild wolf.
Stunning nature series looking at the most complex ecosystems on earth.
Incredible footage of everything from the graceful sailfish to the menacing swordfish.
The Sixties is a new 10-part series charting a decade of massive change and upheaval.
In Indonesia, Dr Bryan Fry tracks the fearsome creatures that use venom to capture prey.
Engrossing film following the fight to save the endangered Sifaka Lemur.
The ragged-tooth shark is the only animal on Earth that's a cannibal before it’s born.
The lost lagoon of Pomene Bay in Mozambique stands alone compared to many lagoons.
Stunning wildlife film following a lion's pride in the Okavango area of Botswana.
White lemurs called silky sifaka live in the Madagascan rainforest.
Mat Pines has been living with the wild Hamadryas baboons in the arid Awash natural park.
Documentary about the slow loris, a very sweet primate which has a venom-filled bite.
A look at how massive sardine populations affect other creatures, particularly the gannet.
A fresh insight into dolphin intelligence.
Diving With Crocodiles get you up close and personal with that deadly prehistoric reptile.
Deep Blue Dive follows Trevor Hutton as he negotiates the hostile South African coastline.
Sir David Attenborough shines the spotlight on some of nature’s evolutionary anomalies.
Compelling wildlife film following a family of cheetahs living in the Southern Serengeti.
Every year a flood of water moves from the Angolan Highlands to Botswana's Okawango River.
This wonderful wildlife film celebrates Britain's beautiful butterflies.
For 20 years the Boteti River in northern Botswana has not flowed.
Three part series offering a unique insight into the magical world of whales and dolphins.
Patrick Stewart narrates this three-part series about the world's last mountain gorillas.
Madagascar, the world's oldest island, has existed for 70 million years.
Taking a closer look at one of the most awe-inspiring natural structures in the world.
Darwin described the Galapagos islands as a “world within itself”.
One of the greatest wildlife spectacles on the planet.
From the day their eyes open and they tumble out of the den.
Getting up close and personal with the largest terrestrial carnivore.
Humans have managed to adapt and thrive in every environment on Earth.
Sir David Attenborough's ten part landmark natural history series.
David Attenborough looks at the conditions for some awe-inspiring wildlife events.
Filmed during the course of a year and using the latest in marine photography technology.
This landmark series explores the sheer scale and majesty of the largest ocean on Earth.
Exploring the extremes of the African continent.
Remarkable reports from within our treasured national parks.
A lost world of vast plains, lush meadows and endless forests.
The little-known natural treasures and secret wildlife havens of China’s wildest regions.
Documentary looking at the wildlife of the most stunning mountain range in the world.
Venturing deep into the heart of the remote tropical island of New Guinea.
A team of experts embark on a dramatic expedition searching for tigers hidden in Bhutan.
David Attenborough recounts his amazing experiences with the mountain gorillas of Rwanda.
This three-part series profiles one of the most revered rivers in the world.
The frozen wildernesses of the Arctic and Antarctic as you have never seen them before.
An investigation into a phenomenal meteoritic impact.
How and why did Darwin come up with his theory and why do we think he was right?
David Attenborough narrates a team of New Guinean naturalists.
Dan Snow and Sarah Parcak set out to track down lost cities, amphitheatres and forts.
Professor Iain Stewart teaches us about the natural world.
Swaziland-born Richard E Grant examines the controversial history of the safari.