The remote Tibetan plateau is home to chiru antelopes, wild yaks, foxes and bears.
A look at the unique wildlife of East Africa's volcanic mountains.
Chris Packham checks out the wildlife on the Scottish island of Mull.
Wildlife documentary featuring the fascinating lives of Britain's butterflies.
A look at China's heartland, home to the giant panda and the golden snub-nosed monkey.
Nature, culture and modern man jostle along China's east coast in a battle for resources.
Examining the extreme landscapes in northern China, where life is always on the edge.
Janet Sumner visits Herdship Farm in Upper Teesdale.
Looking at the colourful wildlife of East Africa's lakes and rivers.
Iolo looks at wildlife in Pembrokeshire, the Brecon Beacons, Glamorgan and Gwent.
Iolo witnesses extraordinary displays from hen harriers and black grouse.
Steve Backshall descends into the crater of a giant extinct volcano in New Guinea.
Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan discovers the nest of the world's smallest parrot.
Kate Humble is the first to be introduced to a pair of new sea lion pups.
Chris Packham prepares to be deafened by one of the UK's noisiest songsters.
Chris Packham reveals the UK's number one wildlife spectacle.
The team present from the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust's Slimbridge reserve.
Matt and Ellie learn how the picturesque village of Slindon in Sussex is being kept alive.
Wildlife filmmaker Johnny Kingdom is on the trail of the red deer rut.
Chris, Michaela and Martin are joined in the studio by wildlife film-maker Johnny Kingdom.
Looking at the secret lives of the wildlife in one of Britain's favourite gardens.
Liz Bonnin is getting to grips with a family of foxes at a landfill site in Essex.
Kate Humble, Chris Packham and Liz Bonnin answer audience questions.
The marathon live wildlife event reaches its climax.
Liz Bonnin begins her exploration of a landfill site in Essex.
Chris Packham investigates the state of the nation's woods, heaths and moors.
Iolo Williams takes to the water to reveal puffins at their best - diving for fish.
Kate Humble, Chris Packham and Iolo Williams answer audience questions.
A look at how the Serengeti wilderness in Africa has been shaped over time by mankind.
Chris Packham looks at what's going on with the nation's wildlife and its conservation.
In Scotland, it's Charlie Hamilton-James' final day with the beavers.
David Attenborough returns to the island of Madagascar on a very personal quest.
Featuring Cracker, the injured puppy simply put out with the rubbish.
The story of Babe - the emaciated Great Dane and rescue for the cat stuck up a tree.
The RSPCA are needed to deal with a pack of German shepherds living a life of grime.
Inspector Ian Burns tries to persuade a cat lover to part with some of his collection.