Perfect Planet: Volcano Season 1, Ep 1
A look at how without volcanoes, there would be no life on Earth. Although destructive, magma from the planet's molten core builds land, and mineral-rich ash from eruptions fertilises the surface.
Seven Worlds, One Planet: Africa Season 1, Ep 7
Home to the greatest wildlife gatherings on Earth, but even in this land of plenty, wildlife faces huge challenges.
Seven Worlds, One Planet: North America Season 1, Ep 6
No continent experiences seasonal change as extreme as North America. From tornados that roar across the prairies, to Arctic air sweeping through the humid, southern swamps - this is a land where pioneering animals thrive.
Seven Worlds, One Planet: Europe Season 1, Ep 5
Sir David Attenborough explores the continent of Europe - a crowded continent transformed by mankind. From the rare and elusive wolves to the almost-extinct Iberian lynx, this continent needs protection to ensure a future for its wildlife. [more inside]
Seven Worlds, One Planet: Australia Season 1, Ep 4
A land cast adrift at the time of the dinosaurs. Isolated for millions of years, the weird and wonderful animals marooned here are like nowhere else on Earth. In its jungles a cassowary - one of the most dangerous birds in the world – stands six feet tall. Inland, kangaroos and wombats brave snowstorms and gum tree forests are filled with never-before-seen predators. In its red desert heart, reptiles drink through their skin and huge flocks of wild budgerigars swirl in search of water. On secret islands Tasmanian devils roam and offshore, thousands of sharks gather for a rare event.
Seven Worlds, One Planet: South America Season 1, Ep 3
South America - the most species-rich continent on earth. From the volcanoes of the Andes to the world’s largest rainforest, animals here must specialise to carve out a niche. [more inside]
Seven Worlds, One Planet: Asia Season 1, Ep 2
Asia is the largest and most extreme continent on our planet, stretching from the Arctic Circle in the north to the tropical forests on the equator. The animals here face the hottest deserts, tallest jungles and highest mountains found anywhere on Earth. But the continent has not always looked like this. These extreme worlds were created when India collided with the rest of Asia 30 million years ago, shaping the continent as we know it today. Animals here have adapted to the extreme environments in almost unbelievable ways. [more inside]
Seven Worlds, One Planet: Antarctica Season 1, Ep 1
Antarctica - a land of survivors enduring the most hostile conditions on earth. 98 per cent of the mainland is covered by ice on which virtually nothing can live. [more inside]