Follow the passionate orthopedic neurosurgeon Professor Noel Fitzpatrick as he leads a team over 200 vets, nurses, and physiotherapists to provide hope, often against all the odds, for animals who are members of their families.
Taking life-saving treatments and heartfelt compassion to a whole new level with some of the most complex vetinary challenges ever seen, this series captures the raw emotion, drama and joyfulness of Fitzpatrick referrals. Noel and his team find extraordinary and innovative solutions to save life and limb, bringing hope and peace to the families who in many cases had been told their pets were beyond saving.
In this heart-warming and at times hard-hitting series, conservationist Giles Clark helps set up a bear rescue centre in South East Asia while rearing bear cubs of his own. Having previously raised endangered tigers and big cats in his family home, Giles travels to Laos in Asia, where sun and moon bears are under threat due to illegal bear bile farming. A pioneering wildlife rescue centre is being built, and Giles and his family move in next door to help. Alongside caring for a sun bear and two moon bear cubs at home, Giles rescues bears from all over the country, builds wild enclosures so liberated bears can live a natural life, and releases other rescued animals back to the wild. Will he manage to secure a free future for bears in Laos?
This series marvels at the scale, skill and technology involved in making your favourite foods and goods. Your guide Gregg Wallace gets exclusive access to the largest factories in Europe and meets the lively characters who work there. Each film has an as-live feel, with an on-screen clock tracking progress over 24 fascinating hours. Outside the main factory, Cherry Healey investigates the science and innovation behind each product, while historian Ruth Goodman reveals how it was invented and popularised.
Around the world, millions of takeaways are eaten every week. And with the explosion of food delivery apps, we’re cooking less and less food at home. This fascinating documentary uncovers the truth behind the tastes - how much do we know about our fast food, what is it really doing to our health, and can science help us make smarter takeaway choices? Learn how addictive foods are changing our appetites - and what we can do about it. Discover the best time to eat junk food. And find out which fast food is healthiest - and which we should avoid. Full of surprising revelations and healthy tips, this is a closer look at our favourite feel-good foods.
Five teams set off from Mexico City in a race to reach Ushuaia in Argentina.
Welcome to a restaurant like no other. Where behind the scenes is not just the kitchen, but a secret gym and an army of exercisers - aiming to burn off every single calorie the diners eat. With a three-course meal plus drinks easily coming in at 2,500 calories, it’s going to get sweaty. How will the diners feel when all is revealed? And how will they feel when they have to take a turn on the treadmills? This high-energy stunt combines humour with innovation to reveal the science of calories.
Behind each bag of chips, can of beer, bar of chocolate, and loaf of bread is a mega-industrial production line that brings each product to the masses. Food Factory is a mesmerising behind-the-scenes peek into the weird and wonderful processes that produce everyone’s favourite foods.
BBC Earth seeks to inspire audiences by sharing the incredible wonders of our universe. The channel showcases the work of the world’s foremost factual film-makers and it seeks to take audiences on a thrilling journey of discovery.
From the smallest creature under the microscope to the limitless expanses of space, BBC Earth brings viewers face-to-face with heart-pounding action, mind-blowing ideas and the wonder of being human.