This bold cinematic experience returns to take us on a magical adventure deep into our planet's oceans for a second time, sharing the astonishing new discoveries that have been made over the last few years
The very best of our weirdest and wildest programmes this festive season including Weird Wonders Of The World S2, Spy In The Wild, Natures Weirdest Events S3 and Wild Alaska.
It’s 45 years since astronauts on board Apollo 17, the last mission to the Moon, took one of the most famous and reproduced photographs in history - the Blue Marble image of the entire Earth. Now current astronauts reveal the astonishing changes in Planet Earth since then – on such an epic scale that they are visible from orbit.
Sixty-six million years ago, an asteroid the size of London smashed into Earth. This was the day the dinosaurs died. How did a single impact wipe out three-quarters of all animal species? And how did the rest manage to survive?
Over the last 50 years, Britain has changed beyond recognition, but what changes will we see in the future?
Two ordinary people are filmed going about their typical day in forensic detail while covered from head to toe in high tech, medical, monitoring equipment. What will they discover about how their lifestyle affects their health?
From the smallest creature under the microscope to the limitless expanses of space, BBC Earth brings viewers face-to-face with heart-pounding action, mind-blowing ideas and the wonder of being human.