Alice Roberts discovers the story of how humans left Africa to colonise the world.
Uniquely in the animal kingdom humans have managed to adapt to every environment on Earth.
Michael Mosley goes on a voyage through the workings of the inner human body.
Gabriel Weston discovers the surprising truth about why people are piling on pounds.
Michael Mosley uncovers surprising new research about exercise.
Sir David Attenborough investigates whether the world is heading for a population crisis.
Sir David Attenborough takes a look at the impact of climate change.
Maggie Aderin Pocock explores our intimate relationship with our only natural satellite.
Prof Brian Cox sets about understanding the complex mechanisms of time itself.
Prof Brian Cox presents the series which reveals the hidden beauty of our solar system.
Comedian Alan Davies attempts to answer this proverbial question.
How and why did Darwin come up with his theory? Why do we think he was right?
Prof Iain Stewart tells the epic story of how planet Earth has shaped human history.
Dr Alice Roberts asks if humans are still evolving, and where we might be heading.
Why are scientists releasing top predators close to where people live?
Creating the world's most accurate mechanical replica of a walking juvenile T. rex.
What was the cause of the only known dinosaur stampede?
Dr Iain Stewart tells us the the world's oldest story — the story of life itself.
Richard Hammond looks beyond the capabilities of the human eye.
Dr Michael Mosley finds out how the early days of surgery were dark and barbaric.
Answering a deceptively simple question: What Is One Degree?
Can we find answers to questions some of the most famous scientists couldn't answer?
A 60 minute one-off documentary presented by the brilliant Professor Brian Cox.
Can the human race replicate the power of the sun for our own uses?
Deadliest Tornadoes investigates one of the worst season in decades.
Experts examine solar flares and reveal the damage they have done to Earth.
Scientists study a 200km-wide crater that may have wiped out the dinosaurs.
A journey through the evolution of scientific understanding.
Professor Iain Stewart tells a stunning new story about our planet.
Dazzling two part documentary, combining telescope images with state-of-the-art animation.
Astronomers are using a new generation of super-telescopes to hunt the heavens.
Marcus du Sautoy goes in search of the numbers, shapes and patterns that govern our lives.
It's hard to believe but at this very moment we're hurtling around the sun at 64,000mph.
Telling the story of how geology and evolution have interacted to forge life on Earth.
Discovering how a lava-flooded area the size of France lead to the dinosaurs' demise.
Antarctic scientists attempt to predict the consequences of a rise in world temperature.
Resurrection Science is an investigation into DNA sequencing and bio-molecular cloning.
Following a team of Ugandan scientists investigating the consequences of climate change.
Over 60,000 years ago the first humans left their African homeland and entered Europe.
Here, in the most inhospitable of regions is the biggest observatory ever constructed.
Investigation into the disappearance of huge cargo vessels.
Japan's Tsunami investigates the science behind the earthquake and tsunami.
An earth-shattering journey into the hidden world, beneath our feet.
They are constantly circling hundreds of miles above our heads.
It’s one of the most baffling questions that scientists can ask: how big is the Universe?
Kevin Fong sets out to discover how unsuited human biology is to much of the planet.
James May gives a straightforward guide to some of science's big ideas.
An intriguing look at incredibly intelligent animals.
Earth-shattering series exploring the factors which effect the future of our planet.
Greg Foot attempts anything to find you answers to some of life's weirder questions.
Britain's engineering companies reveal how they build the world's most amazing machines.
Adam Rutherford meets a new creature created by American scientists.
Life defines our planet but until recently its ability to flourish has remained a mystery.
Dr Iain Stewart traces the history of climate change from its very beginning.
We have shivered through extra-cold winters, experienced intense droughts and floods.
How does the Earth work? Richard Hammond goes to the centre of the planet to find out.
Life On Fire is an earth shattering series offering a close up look at volcanoes.
From iceberg formation to the wildlife, the series searches for the secrets of the ice.
NASA is sizing up new challenges: developing travel into deep space.
This two-part documentary goes in pursuit of the invisible
Charting the legacy and tragedies of the most ambitious space programme ever undertaken.
Investigating the aftermath of the 1986 nuclear disaster at Chernobyl.
What Females Want, What Males Do is a two-part doc about the rules of animal attraction.
Mosley explores the bizarre and unorthodox experiments leading to scientific discoveries
Dallas Campbell visits the world's largest and most ambitious engineering projects.
Real-life stories of every-day people finding themselves in extraordinary weather events.
Looking at the way a hurricane forms and some of the most dramatic and dangerous examples.
Prof Brian Cox is on a mission to reveal how fundamental laws of science gave us life.
Meteorologists Simon Brewer and Juston Drake are on a dangerous, all-consuming mission.
Dr Kevin Fong finds out how doctors avoid making mistakes while in the operating theatre.
An entertaining science magazine format packed with challenges and amazing facts.
Apocalyptic documentary exploring ways that life on earth could end.
Fascinating documentary following scientists and researchers on board icebreakers.
Prof Stephen Hawking presents a global exploration of scientific breakthroughs.
An in-depth look at the formation of each of the planet's continents.
An illuminating documentary about what happens inside the sun.
Prof Brian Cox sets out to go boldly where no science programme has gone before.