Whether they’re up in the trees or burrowed underground, animals spend half their lives in places that are inaccessible to humans. Bespoke cameras fitted to wild animals allow us to step into a world that is usually out of reach, revealing new science and previously unseen behaviour through their eyes. Watch as newborn meerkat pups are filmed in their underground dens for the first time, join penguins hunting in the Atlantic Ocean and discover the secret treetop habits of chimpanzee families.
A spectacular celebration of our planet’s greatest natural wonders, the places that are truly breathtaking yet pose extraordinary challenges to the people that call them home. Combining the very best science and natural history filmmaking, the series reveals how human beings have adapted to live in some of the most demanding places in the world, showing astonishing skills, ingenuity and bravery in locations where nature is at its most powerful, beautiful and brutal.
Six disabled people ride out on an epic journey along Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh trail to discover a country of contrasts and a place to find themselves. Together they travel over 1,000 miles – three on motorbikes, the others sharing the driving of a 4x4 – through diverse landscapes from jungles and rice fields to ancient cities and remote villages.
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.