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.
What Animals See
How do animals experience the world around them?
Secret Life Underground
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.
The documentary follows dinosaurs recreated with computer-generated imagery living around the globe in the Late Cretaceous period, 66 million years ago (Maastrichtian). It set out to depict dinosaurs using current palaeontological research such as feathered dinosaurs.
Nature’s Biggest Beasts
Documentary. Big beasts have always captured the imagination, but being large comes with sizeable challenges. These are the epic survival stories of the world’s largest animals.
The Green Planet
Narrated by Sir David Attenborough, The Green Planet will reveal the strange and wonderful world of plants like never before.
Deep Ocean: Giants of the Antarctic Deep
Documentary about the first scientific research undertaken in a submersible in the Antarctic that reveals the extraordinary forms of life that thrive in the Southern Ocean.
The film follows the life and career of Jacques Cousteau, who tried to warn the world for decades about climate change.
Pandas: Born to be Wild
Unlock the mysteries of wild pandas whose counterparts in captivity are known for their gentle image. Journey through the steep Qinling Mountains with filmmakers, scientists and rangers to witness pandas’ startling courtship and aggressive behaviors.
In the 1990s, one million chimpanzees lived across Central Africa. Since then, habitat loss, hunting for bushmeat, and the exotic pet trade has caused their population to crash to just 200,000. But on Ngamba Island, a semi-wild sanctuary just off the coast of Uganda’s Lake Victoria, a team of caregivers is dedicated to giving them another chance in life. Visit this remarkable safe haven, where victims–most arriving as orphaned babies–recover from mental trauma, form a new family, and learn how to be chimps. AKA Isle of Chimps.
The Islands and the Whales
Documentary exploring how polluted oceans are posing a threat to hunting traditions on the Faroe Islands.