This programme takes a look at some of the biggest weather phenomena ever to take place and features first-hand interviews with those who have experienced some of the world’s most devastating weather.
This series focuses on the unexpected and terrifying world of sinkholes – the deadly phenomena which can appear anywhere and anytime. The programme begins in Yorkshire, England, which is home to Ripon; a town which has suffered from sinkholes for centuries. 64-year-old Doreen was one of the latest victims, when in 2016 a sinkhole measuring 66ft wide and 30ft deep suddenly appeared right behind her house.
Simon Reeve embarks on an epic journey across the largest country in the world in search of the real Russia. A hundred years after the Russian Revolution, Simon travels through this land of extremes to investigate what the next century might bring for the powerful Russian Federation and its relationship with the rest of the world.
This unique programme sees volunteers trade places with individuals from other countries, in the hope of gaining a new outlook on life when they return. This series begins with John, an overworked fire officer from Essex, who worries he does not spend enough time with his family.
From searching the Amazon's piranha-infested waters for fanged predators to diving with giant tiger sharks in the Bahamas and dodging man-eating crocodiles in Africa, extreme adventurer Cyril Chauquet takes us even further and deeper into a world of mysterious and dangerous underwater creatures.
This genre-defining series explores the global history of art as the driving force for civilisation. Specialist filming techniques capture the majestic scale of the Angkor Wat temple in Cambodia and pick out the exquisite detail of Michelangelo's Basilica of St Peter. Until now, these illuminating creations have been remote.
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.