David Attenborough is in the Swiss Jura Mountains to discover the secrets of a giant.
Riding onboard with a cheetah, a green turtle and a white-tailed sea eagle.
The dramatised true-to-life tale of polar bear cubs on a journey of a lifetime.
Gordon Buchanan meets the Sami people and the animals they hold so close - reindeer.
Tom Heap meets a farmer who hands out food parcels to those in need this Christmas.
Chris Packham embarks on a fascinating journey to explain some of winter's weirdest events
Nick Miller and Sarah Keith-Lucas look at how 'fake weather' is made for TV programmes.
Over a whole year, actress Judi Dench explores the magical and secret lives of trees.
How animals from in and around the sea make use of coastal areas.
Ellie Harrison sees her home county of Gloucestershire as she has never seen it before.
Ellie Harrison and Matt Baker are in Breckland on the Norfolk-Suffolk border.
The team explores stories on both sides of the English Channel.
Documentary looking at the variety of wild animals inhabiting the Himalayas.
The Coast team explore surprising stories of cannibalism and communist submarines.
A look at the survival techniques of creatures in the Arctic and Antarctic.
Nick Crane explores some of the most spectacular and scary sea cliffs in Britain.
The team seek out the ideal locations to discover the pleasure of seaside leisure.
David Attenborough investigates the remarkable real life story of Jumbo the elephant.
David Attenborough explores the issues behind the series' most spectacular stories.
Helen Skelton and Sean Fletcher are on the Cleveland Way in Yorkshire.
Chris Jackson and his team are heading for one of the most active volcanoes on the planet.
Coasts are the most changeable of the ocean worlds, but they offer great riches.
Joe Crowley is at Britain's largest national nature reserve, Mar Lodge.
David Attenborough reveals how the Galapagos Islands are adapting to a human revolution.
An expedition to one of the world's most dangerous and spectacular volcanoes.
From enchanted forests to undersea prairies, the planet's green seas teem with life.
An international team of scientists is trying to change perceptions of sharks.
Nick Crane visits Cape Wrath, discovering where wolves once trod.
Sharks are the ocean's great predators, living in every ocean and hunting in every way.
John and Margherita are in Cornwall, where John attends a food festival with a difference.
Charlotte Smith meets the man attempting to save the barbel in the Old River Lea.
Ellie Harrison finds out about the 'Idle' women of the canals during WWII.
This vast ocean desert where sperm whales must dive 1,000 metres just to feed.
The ingenious ways life exists in the undersea cities of tropical reefs.
Sharks have complex courtship rituals and extraordinary powers of navigation.
Rebecca Henchke investigates the impact of the palm oil industry on Sumatra's Orang Rimba.