Human Planet

April 2017

Cities - Surviving the Urban Jungle

Expired 3.0 6 x
The landmark nature series looks at the one environment made by humans for humans - the city, where over half of the world's population lives.

Rivers - Friend and Foe

Expired 3.0 5 x
Acclaimed series that explores mankind's relationship with nature. Rivers provide food and water. For many, they are both a risk to life and a lifeline.

Grasslands - Roots of Power

Expired 3.0 6 x
Meet the remarkable people who live in the world's grasslands in the jaw-dropping series that explores the extremes of our planet. John Hurt narrates.

Mountains - Life in Thin Air

Expired 3.0 2 x
In Mongolia's Altai Mountains, hunters have forged a partnership with golden eagles. Witness their alliance in the BAFTA-winning nature series.

Jungles - People of the Trees

Expired 3.0 5 x
Landmark series exploring man's relationship with nature. Hear how life in the rainforest requires great skill, ingenuity and sheer bravery.

Arctic - Life in the Deep Freeze

Expired 3.0 6 x
Meet the extraordinary people who make their homes in the harshest environment on Earth - the Arctic. John Hurt narrates this stunning series.

Oceans - Into the Blue

Expired 3.0 7 x
The late John Hurt narrates this landmark nature show. Hear how humans have found ways to live an almost aquatic life so they can exploit the sea's riches.

April 16, 2016

Expired 3.0 11 x
A look at the one environment that's been made by us for us - the city. Over half of the world's population now lives in the urban jungle. The city is built to keep untamed nature out - but nature can't be pushed away. From bed bugs sucking our blood at night to rats in our restaurants, many animals have adapted to a life ...

April 9, 2016

Expired 3.0 11 x
Rivers provide the essentials of life: fresh food and water. They often provide natural highways and enable us to live in just about every environment on earth. But rivers can also flood, freeze or disappear altogether!

April 2, 2016

Expired 3.0 8 x
Grasslands feed the world. Over thousands of years, we humans have learned to grow grains on the grasslands and domesticate the creatures that live there. Our success has propelled our population to almost seven billion people.
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