Secrets of Our Living Planet
Secrets of Our Living Planet is a four-part BBC documentary series presented by Chris Packham, showcasing the incredible ecosystems that make life on Earth possible. Why does a tiger in the Sunderbans swamp of Bangladesh need a crab? Why does a gecko in the whistling acacia grasslands of Kenya need a giraffe? Using beautifully shot scenes from all over the world, the series reveals the hidden wonder of the creatures that we share the planet with, and the intricate, clever and bizarre connections between the species, without which life just could not survive.
|Episode 1 - The Emerald Band|
Episode 1 - The Emerald Band
Chris Packham looks at how the very special conditions that exist in the rainforest have allowed vast colourful communities of animals and plants to evolve.
Episode 2 - The Secret of Savannah
In this episode, Chris Packham reveals how the world's most spectacular grasslands flourish, despite being short of one essential nutrient - nitrogen.
Episode 3 - The Magical Forest
Chris Packham travels to North America to witness the annual miracle of the temperate forest: the destruction of its ecosystem in winter, followed by it rebuilding itself in spring.
Episode 4 - Waterworlds
In this episode, Chris travels across the world, from Iceland to Brazil, to Bangladesh and the Maldives. He reveals the secrets of our watery habitats, fresh and salty.
|Life on Earth
This is a BBC nature documentary series, consisting of thirteen episodes (each of around 55 minutes' duration), about a study of the evolution of life on the planet.
|The Living Planet
This is a BBC nature documentary series written and presented by David Attenborough, looking at the ways in which living organisms, including humans, adapt to their surroundings.
This is a BBC nature documentary series narrated by David Attenborough, looking at a global overview of different habitats on Earth.
|Nature's Great Events
This is a BBC wildlife documentary series narrated by David Attenborough, featuring some of the world's most spectacular wildlife events.