Wild Britain

Series 1
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Series 1, Episode 4 - Britain's Wild Rivers

4.0 3 x
With more than 6,000 rivers criss-crossing our land, their denizens often go unnoticed. Solid bones and high oxygen levels mean a young dipper bird can dive underwater for 30 seconds. Thousands of Atlantic salmon make an epic journey of thousands of miles to breed. Otters and beavers are making a remarkable recovery after ...
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Series 1, Episode 3 - Coasts

4.0 6 x
From sandy beaches to soaring cliffs, Britain's coastlines are one of nature's wildest habitats, where hardy creatures are battling to survive.
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Series 1, Episode 2 - Forests

3.0 2 x
Britain's forests contain majestic trees, some of them thousands of years old. Behind the leafy veil, there are booming populations of previously rare wild boar and goshawks.
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Series 1, Episode 1 - Mountains

4.0 1 x
Only the hardiest of beasts survive in Britain's mountains and uplands, including the golden eagle and its prey the mountain hare, plus 400,000 red deer, the flamboyant black grouse, and sheep who have grazed for centuries.
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 4 - Britain's Wild Rivers

3.0 0 x
With more than 6,000 rivers criss-crossing our land, their denizens often go unnoticed. Solid bones and high oxygen levels mean a young dipper bird can dive underwater for 30 seconds. Thousands of Atlantic salmon make an epic journey of thousands of miles to breed. Otters and beavers are making a remarkable recovery after ...
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 3 - Coasts

3.0 0 x
From sandy beaches to soaring cliffs, Britain's coastlines are one of nature's wildest habitats, where hardy creatures are battling to survive.
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 2 - Forests

3.0 0 x
Britain's forests contain majestic trees, some of them thousands of years old. Behind the leafy veil, there are booming populations of previously rare wild boar and goshawks.
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 1 - Mountains

3.0 2 x
Only the hardiest of beasts survive in Britain's mountains and uplands, including the golden eagle and its prey the mountain hare, plus 400,000 red deer, the flamboyant black grouse, and sheep who have grazed for centuries.
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 8 - Cities

3.0 6 x
Hedgehogs have declined in numbers from 30 million to one million in 60 years. In the skies, feral pigeons fight it out with gulls. Great crested newts enjoy an elaborate courtship in larger ponds.
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 4 - Britain's Wild Rivers

4.0 5 x
With more than 6,000 rivers criss-crossing our land, their denizens often go unnoticed. Solid bones and high oxygen levels mean a young dipper bird can dive underwater for 30 seconds. Thousands of Atlantic salmon make an epic journey of thousands of miles to breed. Otters and beavers are making a remarkable recovery after ...
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