Natural History Documentaries
Eden: Untamed Planet
Venture to the far corners of the planet and discover the secrets of Earth’s few remaining untouched lands. This ground-breaking BBC nature documentary, narrated by Helena Bonham Carter, journeys from the Namib Desert to Alaska, revealing places isolated from the rest of the world and protected from the most damaging effects of human interference. In these lands, life exists as nature intended.
Great Barrier Reef
It’s one of the natural wonders of the world and the largest living structure on our planet. Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and the creatures that live there are explored in this fascinating nature documentary. How the reef was created, how it works, the intricate relationships between its inhabitants, its conservation and how climate change and other factors might shape its future are revealed.
Using state-of-the art technology, the amazing aerial perspective of birds is shown. Narrated by David Tennant, this ground-breaking documentary shows snow geese and bald eagles traveling from the Gulf of Mexico to Canada. In Europe, grey cranes dodge galloping horses and barnacle geese get lost over London. While in South America, the condor and macaws travel through mountains and rainforest.
North Atlantic: The Dark Ocean
This ambitious natural history documentary sees underwater cameraman Ken O’Sullivan explore the perilous North Atlantic Ocean and discovers the mesmerizing marine life that lives there. Inspired by the Irish ancestors that ventured before him, he addresses the urgent struggle to conserve the stunning sea life he encounters.
Many of the UK’s most iconic places are beside the sea. The nation’s shorelines are the foundation on which Britain was built, full of extraordinary people, historic professions, engineering marvels, astonishing wildlife and epic landscapes. This fascinating travel documentary visits Scotland, Wales, England and Northern Ireland and celebrates the heritage of these astonishing locations.