Ever since "Jaws" great white sharks have been feared and admired in equal measure.
Arachnophile or arachnophobe? Maybe fear will drive you to do well in our fiendish quiz!
Sharks are the go-to animal villain of the sea, but should we hold them in higher regard?
Are you a quizzy king of the jungle or a savannah know-nothing?
Series following 240 game wardens in California as they tackle pollution and poachers.
Life On Fire is an earth shattering series offering a close up look at volcanoes.
Dr Kevin Fong finds out how doctors avoid making mistakes while in the operating theatre.
Alice Roberts discovers the story of how humans left Africa to colonise the world.
Spectacular series looking at the effects of weather with meteorologist Stephanie Abrams.
Sir David Attenborough delves into the marvellous world of the undergrowth.
How did the human body become the complicated, quirky machine it is today?
David Attenborough guides us through the natural world as it changes through the seasons.
The crossroads of three continents, Arabia is a land of dramatic landscape and wildlife.
Revealing the surprising lives of cold-blooded reptiles and amphibians.
Fascinating documentary giving an intimate insight into a variety of wild penguins.
Sir David Attenborough travels the world in search of the most adaptable of animals.
This fascinating documentary about killer whales reveals their true nature.
Uniquely in the animal kingdom humans have managed to adapt to every environment on Earth.
A picturesque documentary series following the lives of Alaskan grizzly bears.
Michael Mosley goes on a voyage through the workings of the inner human body.
Fascinating documentary following scientists and researchers on board icebreakers.
Michael Mosley uncovers surprising new research about exercise.
Apocalyptic documentary exploring ways that life on earth could end.
Gabriel Weston discovers the surprising truth about why people are piling on pounds.
Professor Alice Roberts takes us back 40,000 years in this recreation of the ice age.
A team of biologists find out how nature's giants evolved and how they function.
Naturalist Nigel Marven takes a look at some of the world's most lethal snakes.
Ben Fogle hosted a question and answer session with Sir David Attenborough.
Exploring some spectacular cases where animals have saved humans.
Sir David Attenborough returns to Madagascar where he once acquired a giant egg.
An in-depth look at the formation of each of the planet's continents.
Sir David Attenborough takes a look at the impact of climate change.
An illuminating documentary about what happens inside the sun.
Sir David Attenborough investigates whether the world is heading for a population crisis.
A look at Canada's beautiful, expansive scenery and wonderful wildlife.
Simon Reeve circumnavigates the globe around the 22,835 mile long Tropic of Cancer.
An exploration of the Caribbean's incredibly rich mix of superb wildlife.
Jonathan Dimbleby travels 7000 miles through the Rift Valley.
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.
The story behind one of the most important scientific discoveries of the modern era.
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.
A team of explorers brave the scorching temperatures of the Danakil desert in Ethiopia.
Saba Douglas Hamilton's film about the elephants of Kenya's Samburu reserve.
Dr Alice Roberts asks if humans are still evolving, and where we might be heading.
Intrepid explorer and naturalist Nigel Marven seeks out the ugliest animals in the world.
Dr Michael Mosley finds out how the early days of surgery were dark and barbaric.
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?
Bruce Parry goes an epic adventure along the Amazon river.
Wildest Africa celebrates the continent's epic natural spectacles and staggering beauty.
Steve Backshall explores the jungle island habitat of Borneo.
Lion Country follows an innovative attempt to protect the future of the lion.
Join Sir David Attenborough on his exploration of an island with exceptional wildlife.
How seasonal changes lead to some of the planet's most awe-inspiring wildlife events.
Nigel Marven showcases and explores the techniques used by the top Eden Shorts entries.
Capturing the day-to-day lives of 4 tiny tiger cubs as they grow up alongside their mum.
Bruce Parry becomes a guest of some of the world's most secluded tribes.
With new research we are able to see the truth about the most dangerous Dinosaurs.
Life takes a look at animals and plants how they are adapted to fit their environment.
Telling the story of how dinosaur digs across Canada revealed a wealth of information.
Yellowstone is a lost world of vast plains, lush meadows and endless forests.
The changing position of the sun affects the behaviour of animals across our planet.
Ray Mears takes an incredible journey into the world of British wildlife.
Michelle Yeoh visit the Sepilok Rehabilitation Centre to get up close and personal.
Travelling to both poles to see how life survives in the most inhospitable of habitats.
Dr Iain Stewart tells us the the world's oldest story — the story of life itself.
The Private Life of Plants continues the Life series into the world of the plants.
Dr Richard Smith takes us from the birth of the solar system to the modern world.
Prof Brian Cox sets out to go boldly where no science programme has gone before.
Nigel Marven takes us on an awe-inspiring journey through the most remote parts of China.
Richard Hammond looks beyond the capabilities of the human eye.
Sir David Attenborough presides over the natural history of birds.
We know more about outer space than we do about our oceans.
Charles Darwin described the Galapagos islands as a “world within itself”.
The three-part series Ganges profiles one of the most revered rivers in the world.
Why would anyone want to climb a mountain?
Stephen Fry travels in the footsteps of one of his heroes in search of endangered animals.
Following a team of experts and filmmakers searching for tigers hidden in the Himalayas.
Steve Backshall sets out to discover the spectacular rainforest landscape of Guyana.
A team of scientists, cavers and wildlife filmmakers venture into the heart of New Guinea.
Celebrating some of nature's most intriguing babies, from insects and reptiles to mammals.
Ray Mears explores the art of outdoor living in this bushcraft extravaganza.
Ray Mears shows us how it's done as he goes walkabout and braves Australia's bush.
Ray Mears takes us another epic adventure, exploring Canada's unforgiving habitats.
This landmark series explores the sheer scale and majesty of the largest ocean on Earth.
Getting up close and personal with an iconic polar species.
We're given an opportunity to be part of one of the greatest spectacles on the planet.
East Africa’s Great Rift Valley is one of the world’s greatest natural wonders.
Revealing the little-known natural treasures of China’s wildest regions.
Filmed during the course of one year using the latest in marine photography technology.
Sir David Attenborough presents this fascinating portrait of some marine natural wonders.