Michaela Strachan finds out why African penguin numbers have crashed so dramatically
Everyone's favourite explorer goes where he's never been before
One brave man with a very brave dream, to help save wild lions
We talk you through some incredible adventures for December
Wildlife and science buff? We'll see...
Eden could be your new favourite channel?
Bill Bailey tells the extraordinary story of Alfred Wallace, a most incredible naturalist.
Nigel Marven journeys to the wild of China to investigate which of the country's snakes.
Investigating the aftermath of the 1986 nuclear disaster at Chernobyl.
Charting the legacy and tragedies of the most ambitious space programme ever undertaken.
Flooded Forests charts the story of one remarkable ecosystem in the heart of Europe.
Plants exhibit such intriguing behaviour that they attracted the attention of Darwin.
Dallas Campbell visits the world's largest and most ambitious engineering projects.
Giving an intimate, close-up of each species, investigating why they are a concern.
Bill Bailey shares Alfred Russel Wallace's passion for wildlife and Indonesia.
Sir David Attenborough has seen and done some incredible things.
Michaela Strachan and African penguins makes for a great combination.
Seeing the world in super-slowmotion allows us to explain mysteries of science.
Sir David Attenborough admits that there could be something in the yeti mystery.
The recommended reading for Dino101 has arrived and everyone is getting excited!
The question "why do zebra have stripes?" is one that has been asked a thousand times.
Mike May's sight restored 40 years after he was blinded in a childhood accident.
Whether there is life after death will always be a matter of contention.
Doctors can perform complex medical procedures on our bodies while we sleep.