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  • Introduction

    David Attenborough catalogues life beneath the ocean waves. All manner of spectacular lifeforms dwell deep underwater, from alien monsters to pack-hunting killer whales.

  • Introduction

    David Attenborough catalogues life beneath the ocean waves. All manner of spectacular lifeforms dwell deep underwater, from alien monsters to pack-hunting killer whales.

  • The Deep

    The mysteries of the oceans are revealed in this stunning series narrated by David Attenborough. Among the oddities featured here are terrifying fish with massive teeth.

  • The Deep

    The mysteries of the oceans are revealed in this stunning series narrated by David Attenborough. Among the oddities featured here are terrifying fish with massive teeth.

  • Open Ocean

    Oceanic explorations, topped off with David Attenborough's masterful narration. Learn about the predatory skills of some of the planet's most charismatic hunters.

  • Open Ocean

    Oceanic explorations, topped off with David Attenborough's masterful narration. Learn about the predatory skills of some of the planet's most charismatic hunters.

  • Frozen Seas

    David Attenborough salutes the survival techniques of creatures who endure harsh conditions in the Arctic and Antarctic, as the lauded natural history series continues.

  • Frozen Seas

    David Attenborough salutes the survival techniques of creatures who endure harsh conditions in the Arctic and Antarctic, as the lauded natural history series continues.

  • Seasonal Seas

    David Attenborough vividly describes the history of our oceans. Seasonal changes in the richest waters on Earth drive an explosion of life, from seals to jellyfish.

  • Seasonal Seas

    David Attenborough vividly describes the history of our oceans. Seasonal changes in the richest waters on Earth drive an explosion of life, from seals to jellyfish.

  • Coral Seas

    Stunning film sequences and unusual life-forms abound in Sir David Attenborough's natural history of the oceans, which covers the fragile ecosystems of the coral reefs.

  • Coral Seas

    Stunning film sequences and unusual life-forms abound in Sir David Attenborough's natural history of the oceans, which covers the fragile ecosystems of the coral reefs.

  • Tidal Seas

    A history of the deep seas, narrated by Sir David Attenborough. How do the tides affect marine life like stingrays, snails and dolphins? Find out here.

  • Tidal Seas

    A history of the deep seas, narrated by Sir David Attenborough. How do the tides affect marine life like stingrays, snails and dolphins? Find out here.

  • Coasts

    David Attenborough explains in his own inimitable way how animals from in and around the sea manage to make use of the constantly changing areas where land meets water.

  • Coasts

    David Attenborough explains in his own inimitable way how animals from in and around the sea manage to make use of the constantly changing areas where land meets water.

  • One Ocean

    Marine life around the world, from dolphins and tusk fish in a tropical coral reef to walruses struggling to cope with the impact of climate change on the polar north.

  • One Ocean

    Marine life around the world, from dolphins and tusk fish in a tropical coral reef to walruses struggling to cope with the impact of climate change on the polar north.

  • The Deep

    Creatures that live in volcanic hot spots on the ocean bed, areas that reach temperatures hot enough to melt lead and which may hold the secrets behind all life on Earth.

  • The Deep

    Creatures that live in volcanic hot spots on the ocean bed, areas that reach temperatures hot enough to melt lead and which may hold the secrets behind all life on Earth.

  • Coral Reefs

    Creatures that live on coral reefs, including groupers, predators with a grasp of communication that has led scientists to conclude they're as intelligent as chimpanzees.

  • Coral Reefs

    Creatures that live on coral reefs, including groupers, predators with a grasp of communication that has led scientists to conclude they're as intelligent as chimpanzees.

  • Big Blue

    Wildlife that live thousands of kilometres from land, featuring footage of baby turtles using debris as life rafts and sperm whales hunting for squid deep beneath the surface.

  • Big Blue

    Wildlife that live thousands of kilometres from land, featuring footage of baby turtles using debris as life rafts and sperm whales hunting for squid deep beneath the surface.

  • Green Seas

    Footage of wildlife inhabiting underwater kelp forests, including thousands of giant cuttlefish spawning in a rocky reef and tiger sharks hunting for green turtles in seagrass.

  • Green Seas

    Footage of wildlife inhabiting underwater kelp forests, including thousands of giant cuttlefish spawning in a rocky reef and tiger sharks hunting for green turtles in seagrass.

  • Coasts

    Footage of animals that live on the coast, including sea lions hunting for tuna, puffins bringing food back to their young, and a strange species of fish that hates water.

  • Coasts

    Footage of animals that live on the coast, including sea lions hunting for tuna, puffins bringing food back to their young, and a strange species of fish that hates water.

  • Our Blue Planet

    The impact of humans on aquatic wildlife, from albatrosses unwittingly feeding their offspring plastic to communications between animals disrupted by noise.

  • Our Blue Planet

    The impact of humans on aquatic wildlife, from albatrosses unwittingly feeding their offspring plastic to communications between animals disrupted by noise.

Episode guide

Blue Planet - Making Waves

Blue Planet - Making Waves

  • Blue Planet - Making Waves

    An informative peek behind the scenes for the making of the highly acclaimed nature series, using real-life footage and the latest computer graphics to stunning effect.

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Blue Planet

Series 1

Blue Planet

  • Frozen Seas

    David Attenborough salutes the survival techniques of creatures who endure harsh conditions in the Arctic and Antarctic, as the lauded natural history series continues.

  • Tidal Seas

    A history of the deep seas, narrated by Sir David Attenborough. How do the tides affect marine life like stingrays, snails and dolphins? Find out here.

  • Coasts

    David Attenborough explains in his own inimitable way how animals from in and around the sea manage to make use of the constantly changing areas where land meets water.

  • Introduction

    David Attenborough catalogues life beneath the ocean waves. All manner of spectacular lifeforms dwell deep underwater, from alien monsters to pack-hunting killer whales.

  • The Deep

    The mysteries of the oceans are revealed in this stunning series narrated by David Attenborough. Among the oddities featured here are terrifying fish with massive teeth.

  • Open Ocean

    Oceanic explorations, topped off with David Attenborough's masterful narration. Learn about the predatory skills of some of the planet's most charismatic hunters.

  • Seasonal Seas

    David Attenborough vividly describes the history of our oceans. Seasonal changes in the richest waters on Earth drive an explosion of life, from seals to jellyfish.

  • Coral Seas

    Stunning film sequences and unusual life-forms abound in Sir David Attenborough's natural history of the oceans, which covers the fragile ecosystems of the coral reefs.

Blue Planet II

Series 2

Blue Planet II

  • One Ocean

    Marine life around the world, from dolphins and tusk fish in a tropical coral reef to walruses struggling to cope with the impact of climate change on the polar north.

  • The Deep

    Creatures that live in volcanic hot spots on the ocean bed, areas that reach temperatures hot enough to melt lead and which may hold the secrets behind all life on Earth.

  • Coral Reefs

    Creatures that live on coral reefs, including groupers, predators with a grasp of communication that has led scientists to conclude they're as intelligent as chimpanzees.

  • Big Blue

    Wildlife that live thousands of kilometres from land, featuring footage of baby turtles using debris as life rafts and sperm whales hunting for squid deep beneath the surface.

  • Green Seas

    Footage of wildlife inhabiting underwater kelp forests, including thousands of giant cuttlefish spawning in a rocky reef and tiger sharks hunting for green turtles in seagrass.

  • Coasts

    Footage of animals that live on the coast, including sea lions hunting for tuna, puffins bringing food back to their young, and a strange species of fish that hates water.

  • Our Blue Planet

    The impact of humans on aquatic wildlife, from albatrosses unwittingly feeding their offspring plastic to communications between animals disrupted by noise.