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BBC Brit

01:55

Josh Widdicombe: And Another Thing

Josh Widdicombe's highly anticipated debut stand up special was recorded at London's Hammersmith Apollo, and offers insight into hilarious everyday annoyances and gripes.

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BBC Earth

00:45

Tribal Bootcamp

Nomads, Mongolia

Joel travels to the sub-zero Steppe of Mongolia to find out if his Western workout regime has prepared him for the traditional 'manly skills' required for the hard life of a Nomad. 5/6

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01:30

Tribal Bootcamp

Xavante, Brazil

The remote Xavante tribe in Brazil place a high value on strength and masculinity. They teach Joel how to work through the pain barrier before he takes part in a gruelling race. 6/6

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02:20

Atlantic: The Wildest Ocean on Earth

From Heaven to Hell

In the balmy tropical Atlantic, dolphins, manatees, whale sharks and sunbathing jellyfish thrive in the Caribbean's warm, sheltered waters, fringed with coral reefs and rich mangrove forests. 3/3

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04:45

David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

Seeing the Pattern

David looks at two examples of animal patterns that have baffled scientists for years. 5/5

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05:05

Nature's Weirdest Events

Series 4, Episode 2

Featuring an island covered in rabbits and stones that move by themselves. 2/3

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06:00

Bang Goes the Theory

Plastic

In this episode all about plastic, Liz discovers how plastic could get into the food chain while Jem explores the latest in plastic recycling. 1/8

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06:25

Things You Need to Know

Series 1, Episode 1

James May goes on an intriguing journey to answer the big questions in life as he investigates the universe, the human body and the weather. 1/30

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06:35

Nature's Weirdest Events

Series 4, Episode 2

Featuring an island covered in rabbits and stones that move by themselves. 2/3

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07:30

Nature's Weirdest Events

Series 4, Episode 3

Chris Packham explores the legend of a sea serpent and goats stood dead still in a tree. 3/3

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08:20

Weird Wonders of the World

Series 2, Episode 1

Find out about goblin's gold, why Spain is under attack from spaceballs, and how prehistoric lions could be brought back from the dead. 1/8

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09:10

Weird Wonders of the World

Series 2, Episode 2

This episode examines the bizarre case of a mystery stinger in Australia, how a scientist was poisoned on a jungle expedition, and why goats are flying in Utah. 2/8

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10:00

Weird Wonders of the World

Series 2, Episode 3

Find out why a much-loved dolphin has started breaking people's bones, and why a caterpillar wears a hat made out of its own spare heads. 3/8

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10:50

Weird Wonders of the World

Series 2, Episode 4

Discover the science behind the puzzle of strange balls of worms on a road, and how an Australian town became plagued by giant bats. 4/8

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11:40

Weird Wonders of the World

Series 2, Episode 5

This episode reveals a prehistoric fish that almost destroyed an entire fishing industry. Meanwhile, a foray into freak weather reveals why a monster wave shocked swimmers in Sydney. 5/8

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12:30

Weird Wonders of the World

Series 2, Episode 6

Featuring a deep sea blob spotted in the Gulf of Mexico that mystifies oil rig workers and the washed up remains of a gargantuan creature that baffled scientists for decades. 6/8

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13:20

Weird Wonders of the World

Series 2, Episode 7

Find out why hundreds of reindeer are mysteriously dying in Norway, why there's a mythical boiling river in Peru and why blood-red rain appeared in Spain. 7/8

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14:10

Weird Wonders of the World

Series 2, Episode 8

Find out about the advance of a crab army in Norwegian waters, why spiders are glowing in the dark and meet the chimps with rock dolls in caves under France. 8/8

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15:00

Blue Planet II

One Ocean

From tropical coral reefs, where baby dolphins are taught the medicinal secrets of their surroundings, to chilly Norwegian fjords, where pods of orcas use dramatic tail slaps to stun herring, this episode reveals new worlds and extraordinary never-before-seen animal behaviours. 1/7

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16:00

Blue Planet II

The Deep

A ground-breaking journey to the Deep, our final frontier and home to real-life aliens; from monstrous sharks to shrimps in glass cages and perhaps the origin of all life on Earth. 2/7

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17:00

Blue Planet II

Coral Reefs

Corals build themselves homes of limestone in the warm, clear, shallow seas of the tropics. They are complex, infinitely varied structures where there is fierce rivalry for space, food and partners, but the reef is also a place full of opportunity. 3/7

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18:00

Blue Planet II

Big Blue

The big blue is the world's greatest wilderness, far from shore and many kilometres deep. It's a vast marine desert where there is little to eat and nowhere to hide. Yet it's home to some of the biggest and most spectacular creatures on earth. 4/7

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19:00

Blue Planet II

Green Seas

From enchanted kelp forests to undersea prairies, the planet's green seas teem with life. They are the most abundant but fiercely competitive places in the ocean to live. 5/7

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20:00

Blue Planet II

Coasts

Coasts are the most changeable and challenging of ocean habitats, but along with great danger they also offer great riches. The extraordinary animals that live here must find ingenious ways to cope with two very different worlds. 6/7

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21:00

Blue Planet II

Our Blue Planet

Human life has had a devastating impact on our oceans, but is it too late to save them? In this companion film, Sir David Attenborough joins dedicated scientists from around the world as they share their latest discoveries and reveal what the future holds for our oceans. 7/7

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22:00

How to Stay Young

Series 2, Episode 1

51-year-old Patrick Luckie sees for himself how much damage his diet is doing to his heart. Meanwhile, 47-year-old Jenifer Tutty uses a radical new technique to cure her insomnia. 1/3

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22:50

The Perfect Diet for You

Series 1, Episode 1

The volunteers are put through a series of tests to fınd out how the genes, hormones and psychology influence their eating habits. 1/3

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23:45

Blue Planet II: The Making of

This fascinating special film reveals how Blue Planet II was created, and the lengths the crew went to using ground-breaking technology to capture incredible footage.

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