This fascinating programme documents the story of 43-year-old Sudan, the last male northern white rhino on the planet. At just three years of age, Sudan was taken from his mother's side in Central Africa and became a prized exhibit at a zoo, while the rest of his kind was threatened by extinction in the wild.Today, Sudan has unknowingly become a celebrity as well as the focus of a desperate eleventh-hour battle to save his species.
A repeat run of the eye-opening food series. Seen at a microscopic level, your food resembles a vast range of strange and beautiful landscapes which transform in mouth-watering ways as you cook. Using state-of-the-art photography and ground-breaking CGI, this landmark series uncovers a secret world of exquisite chemical reactions. Each fizz and tickle of the tongue is captured in such stunning detail you can almost taste it. This global food odyssey features colourful human stories of culinary culture. In Peru, learn how the chemicals in chocolate spark a unique sensory rush. And in Iberia, discover the most intense umami taste on the planet. This is the untold story of your next mouthful.
A selection of action-packed programmes to provide entertainment for all the family over the festive period. Viewers can follow the crews who have braved the greatest wildernesses on Earth, the Arctic and the Antarctic in Frozen Planet: The Making Of, before gaining a first-hand insight into some of the world’s biggest weather disasters in The World’s Deadliest Weather.
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.