How did the human body become the complicated, quirky machine it is today?
How Jaws Changed The World traces the impact of Steven Spielberg's blockbuster Jaws.
Coral reefs are some of the richest hotspots of biodiversity on the planet.
Wildlife filmmakers captured hundreds of hours of behaviour some never shown on TV before.
Seahorses are one of the most beguiling species, but what do we really know about them?
Is the sea serpent an imaginary animal? Or do the countless stories have any facts?
The ragged-tooth shark is the only animal that is a cannibal before it’s even born.
A team of biologists find out how nature's giants evolved and how they function.
An exploration of the Caribbean's incredibly rich mix of superb wildlife.
Life takes a look at animals and plants how they are adapted to fit their environment.
Richard Hammond looks beyond the capabilities of the human eye.
The three-part series Ganges profiles one of the most revered rivers in the world.
From the first forms of life on our planet, to how they evolved to conquer land and air.
How seasonal changes lead to some of the planet's most awe-inspiring wildlife events.