Documentary that explores the vital role that mosses played in the earth’s evolution and how science is only beginning to unlock the secrets and potential of these amazing plants.
The film discusses previous bushfire seasons in Australia and compares those to the 2019–2020 fires from the perspective of firefighters, residents and the Australian people.
Fire of Love is a 2022 documentary film about the lives and careers of volcanologists Katia and Maurice Krafft.
Three scientists go onto and into the Greenland ice sheet – further than anyone has travelled before – to find out how fast the ice is melting and gather the data that will help predict our future.
Back from war in Afghanistan, a young British soldier struggling with depression and PTSD finds a second chance in the Amazon rainforest when he meets an American scientist, and together they foster an orphaned baby ocelot.
George McGavin investigates the dramatic life of the oak tree – a species that makes extraordinary transformations as it meets the challenges of the four seasons.
Life in the extreme. In a fragile world of beauty and hostility, nature finds a way to survive and thrive. Sir David Attenborough explores a planet on the brink of major change.
Norway’s fjords are a little-known wilderness. Billions of herring darken the waters and orcas feast on the banquet. Salmon leap up waterfalls and colourful sea slugs glow in the deep. Diving below the surface, award-winning filmmaker Jan Haft reveals the extraordinary diversity of life hidden within the deep waters. It’s an intimate portrait of a unique landscape – in the dark, icy grip of winter, under the magical glow of the northern lights, and during the long polar nights of the midnight sun.
Stephen Fry uncovers the stories behind the world’s most fantastic beasts – from dragons to unicorns – revealing the real-life animals behind the greatest legends in history.
TimeScapes is the debut film from award-winning cinematographer and director Tom Lowe. The non-narrative film features stunning slow-motion and timelapse cinematography of the landscapes, people, and wildlife of the American South West.
How do animals experience the world around them?
Secret Life Underground The underground world is so unfamiliar to us that you only have to dig down a few yards to reveal a totally unknown realm, just beneath our feet. Today, only a fraction of the rich biodiversity that inhabits the soil has been studied. Scientists estimate that the ground is probably home to 70% of the living organisms yet to be discovered.