Nigel shows how you can film with boxes to add a whole new angle to your wildlife film.
Struggling to find good filming spot? Here's 7 tips to get you started.
Chris Packham supplies his tips for presenting and narrating your wildlife films.
You want to create a wildlife film - but what do you need to think about?
Sam Hobson heads to the urban streets to find the best ways to photograph animals.
Plants are able to utilise electric fields to attract pollinating insects.
A single unbroken chain connects us to all life and the laws of nature that created it.
The Operation Iceberg team follow the epic journey of an iceberg out at sea.
Deserts are the most haunting of all the Earth's landscapes.
Uncovering the hippo and baboon in Inside Nature's Giants.
How much do you know about the landmasses that make up our planet?
The seven continents of the world are made up of four continuous landmasses.
Nature's Great Events charted the effects of global climatic phenomena.
Super Volcano whether Yellowstone could turn in to a super volcano.
Arachnophile or arachnophobe? Maybe fear will drive you to do well in our fiendish quiz!
Will Madagascar's bizarre wildlife bamboozle you?
Are you a quizzy king of the jungle or a savannah know-nothing?
Test your knowledge of David Attenbourough
We went to the ends of the earth for this to test your Arctic and Antarctic knowledge.
Don't let a deluge of questions put a dampener on this rainforest quiz!
Not a fan of salt? Take a dip in our freshwater life quiz.
What can be more inhospitable than the cold, white emptiness of the frozen polar tundra.
With geography, biology and physics combined this quiz has everything about your planet.
Both unpredictable and devastating, our planet's wild weather is a force to be reckoned.
Somehow they've been labelled as horrible slimy-skinned critters.
Isolation from the rest of the world means Australia has some of the weirdest animals.
Hot or cold, crushing pressure or arid desert, the earth can be an extreme place.
These aquatic animals have ruled the water for hundreds of millions of years.
How well do you know the father of the theory of evolution by natural selection?
Everyone knows Mount Everest is the tallest mountain, but what are the climbing hazards?
Oceans cover the majority of the Earth, but remain the most mysterious of environments.
Life on Fire is an earth shattering series.
See pictures of some of the world's most amazing mountains.
Massive tectonic forces have sculpted and re-sculpted our world in a never-ending journey.
Richard Hammond investigates the workings of Earth.
Photos taken during filming of the documentary series.
Photos of the Earth's raw power taken from the series Amazing Planet.
Aurora's are natural light displays particularly visible at high latitudes.
Sir David Attenborough discusses the need to preserve our environment.
Steve Backshall talks about his admiration for naturalist David Attenborough.
The exact function of the narwhal's tusk has troubled scientists for years.
Some lesser known places on our planet are some of the most incredible.
There are an average of 100 lightning strikes per second around the world.
Falling frogs, mini twisters and red rain - find out more about the UK's weirdest weather.
Find out more about the destructive force of floods.
Did you know that tsunamis can travel faster than commercial jet planes?
Heatwaves and droughts kill more people than floods, hurricanes and tornados combined.
Learn more about the deadly power of earthquakes.
Find out more about the devastating power of tornadoes and hurricanes.
The word volcano comes from the Italian island of vulcano, meaning "burning mountain".
Located in the Sunda Strait, Krakatoa is arguably the most famous volcano of all time.
What impact will global warming, holes in the ozone and atmospheric haze have?
Find out more about the most inhospitable places on the planet; the Arctic and Antarctic.
Find out more about the line lying equidistant between North and South Poles; the Equator.
Find out more about the nature of these biodiverse habitats with our rainforest facts.
How big is the world's biggest iceberg? How deep can you dive without oxygen?