Planet Earth

February 2020
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From Pole to Pole (S1E1)

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David Attenborough narrates the biggest series ever made by the BBC Natural History Unit. We follow the influence of the Sun on Earth and its diverse wildlife.
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From Pole to Pole (S1E1)

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David Attenborough narrates the biggest series ever made by the BBC Natural History Unit. We follow the influence of the Sun on Earth and its diverse wildlife.
1:00:00

Ocean Deep (S1E11)

4.0 1 x
Witness our planet in its natural glory. David Attenborough looks at life deep undersea, where a 30-tonne whale shark hunts and vampire squid employ bioluminescence.
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Shallow Seas (S1E10)

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David Attenborough celebrates our amazing planet. Here we follow a humpback whale and its calf on a journey from a tropical paradise to storm-ravaged icy polar seas.
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Jungles (S1E9)

4.0 1 x
David Attenborough's acclaimed natural history series. Learn about tropical rainforests, which cover just three per cent of the world yet are home to half of its species.
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Seasonal Forests (S1E8)

4.0 1 x
David Attenborough narrates this series about the world's ecosystems. Enjoy a look at some amazing woodlands, such as the strange baobab forests of Madagascar.
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Great Plains (S1E7)

4.0 1 x
David Attenborough looks at the immense wildernesses that support millions of wildebeest and caribou. These breathtaking gatherings of wildlife are captured on film.
January 2020
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Cities (S2E6)

4.0 1 x
Cities can be worlds of opportunity for animals, from the leopards prowling the streets of Mumbai to the peregrine falcons hunting amongst New York's skyscrapers.
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Grasslands (S2E5)

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Wildlife documentary series presented by David Attenborough. A look at survival in grasslands, from Asia's saiga antelope to the giant anteaters of Brazil.
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Deserts (S2E4)

4.0 1 x
The world's deserts force animals to come up with ingenious ways of coping with hostile conditions, giving rise to the most incredible survival stories on earth.
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