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Secrets of BonesSecrets of Bones

Evolutionary biologist and master skeleton builder Ben Garrod presents a six-part series looking at how bones have enabled vertebrates to colonize and dominate practically every habitat on Earth.


Sea MonstersSea Monsters

In this thrilling adventure from the creators of Walking with Dinosaurs, renowned zoologist Nigel Marven plunges into the prehistoric deep to face some of the largest and most fearsome sea predators that ever existed - creatures so awesome, they make the great white shark look like a goldfish. Scour the depths of seven different prehistoric seas with Nigel as your guide - and marvel at the computer animation techniques that bring each aquatic world to life. Get up close and personal with creatures like the vicious sea scorpions of 450 million years ago, the armor-plated fish of the Devonian Period and a whale-chomping shark called Megalodon. Finally, wade out into the deadliest sea of all time - "Hell's Aquarium" of the late Cretaceous, an ominous body of prehistoric water that gets its name from its elevated water temperatures and the devilish creatures that call it home


The Inca: Masters of the CloudsThe Inca: Masters of the Clouds

The show follows Dr Jago Cooper as he takes a look at the achievements of the Inca Empire.


In and Out of the KitchenIn and Out of the Kitchen

A comedy series featuring a neurotic gay cookery writer. The series is written by and stars Miles Jupp and is based on his Radio 4 comedy of the same name.


Chef vs Science: The Ultimate Kitchen ChallengeChef vs Science: The Ultimate Kitchen Challenge

An acclaimed chef and a top scientist go head-to-head to see who can create the tastier meal in an effort to determine if cooking is art or science.


India's Frontier RailwaysIndia's Frontier Railways

Three-part series about trains crossing borders in India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan, reconnecting families, cultures and history


The Secrets of Quantum PhysicsThe Secrets of Quantum Physics

Professor of physics Jim Al-Khalili investigates the most accurate and yet perplexing scientific theory ever - quantum physics.


Railways: The Making of a NationRailways: The Making of a Nation

Historian Liz McIvor explores how Britain's expanding rail network was the spark to a social revolution, starting in the 1800s and through to modern times.


Life CinematicLife Cinematic

Life Cinematic is a series of television specials, exploring the art of filmmaking in a completely new way. Each episode will feature an in-depth interview with a renowned filmmaker, blended with a selection of classic clips that have influenced their life and career. Throughout the series, filmmakers will draw on their knowledge and expertise to shine a light on the artistry of films that they love, be it the perfect protagonist, sound design, chase sequence or simply their favourite single shot.


Restoring the Earth: The Age of NatureRestoring the Earth: The Age of Nature

Documentary series that explores humanity's relationship with the natural world and our growing understanding of how nature works. With new scientific insights, rare archive and spectacular wildlife filming, scientists and conservationists from all over the world examine the ways in which we can protect and restore our planet.


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