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 BBC Earth 29.06.2020

00.30 Life Below Zero: Bear Scare
Sue repurposes a snow melter. Ricko repairs his cabin. Jessie builds a new dock. The Hailstones go beachcombing. 16/19
01.20 Deadly Disasters: Episode 1
This episode looks at the impact of wildfires and the deadly infernos they cause. Wildfires show no signs of stopping and their inexorability on this planet is truly terrifying. 1/10
02.10 Mediterranean with Simon Reeve: Series 1, Episode 4
Simon Reeve embarks on the fourth and final leg of his journey around the Mediterranean, travelling from Morocco, across the sea to Spain, and on to Corsica and the French Riviera. 4/4
03.05 The World's Deadliest Weather: Series 3, Episode 2
Hurricane Florence brings biblical flooding to North Carolina, a magnitude 7 earthquake rocks Alaska, and a surfer crashes in Nazare's colossal waves. 2/13
03.55 Inside the Factory: Episode 7
Today we look at soup. In Wigan, Gregg Wallace visits an enormous soup factory, which produces two million tins a day, Cherry Healey is measuring the vitamin content of fresh and frozen vegetables, and Ruth Goodman is cooking up a batch of 'soop of buttered spinach' from the 17th-century cookbook of Robert May. 7/9
04.50 Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild: Texas
In this episode, Ben ventures back to the barren landscape of the Wild West to revisit one of his first ever wild men John Wells, a former fashion photographer who gave up the New York City high life for the scorching Texan desert. 4/5
05.35 Life Below Zero: Bear Scare
Sue repurposes a snow melter. Ricko repairs his cabin. Jessie builds a new dock. The Hailstones go beachcombing. 16/19
06.25 David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities: A Curious Twist
David looks at how the narwhal's tusk has inspired art and the myth of the unicorn, and why it is still a conundrum. 4/5
06.45 Life: Life on Location: The Heat Run
For the first time Life has succeeded in filming a complete sequence of the colossal humpback whale's courtship battle - known as the 'heat run'. It was filmed from the air, surface and underwater to give the full picture. 3/10
07.00 Deadly Dinosaurs: Aquatic Terrors
Steve travels to new depths- as he discovers just what it takes to be an aquatic terror! His quest sees him rocket though the water in spectacular style - just like an Opthalmosaurus. 6/10
07.25 Dynasties: Chimpanzee
In Senegal, West Africa, live a group of chimpanzees, led by an alpha male named David. He has already been alpha for 3 years - a time when leaders here are usually overthrown. To make matters worse, David has no allies - no-one to help him defend his leadership. 1/5
08.15 Inside the Factory: Beer
Gregg Wallace is in Burton upon Trent at Britain's biggest brewery where they produce 3 million pints of beer a day. 7/9
09.10 Deadly Dinosaurs: Aquatic Terrors
Steve travels to new depths- as he discovers just what it takes to be an aquatic terror! His quest sees him rocket though the water in spectacular style - just like an Opthalmosaurus. 6/10
09.35 Frozen Planet: The Making Of: The Emperors Return
Filming the spectacular return of the Emperor penguins to Antarctica was a key event for the Frozen Planet team, but it required operating in the most dangerous of all polar environments - the edge of the sea ice. 4/6
09.45 Inside the Factory: Episode 8
Today is all about liquers. Gregg is in Ireland at an enormous liqueurs factory that produces 540,000 bottles a day. Meanwhile, Cherry is at the plant where 85 per cent of Ireland's bottles and jars are recycled, and Ruth Goodman is getting spiritual with the history of liqueurs. 8/9
10.35 Deadly Disasters: Episode 2
This episode looks at droughts. It is not only a lack of rain and high temperatures that causes drought; overuse of existing water supplies by an ever-increasing population only adds to the problem. 2/10
11.30 Deadly Disasters: Earthquakes
Many of our most densely populated cities are built on seismically active fault lines. Using survivor testimony and expert insights, we investigate two catastrophic Earthquakes: Haiti and Mexico City. 1/10
12.20 Life Below Zero: Burn the Midnight Oil
In the darkest and coldest time of the year in the Arctic, Alaskans must burn the midnight oil and use the brief hours of daylight to build vital tools, maintain their land, hunt for needed food, and sharpen their survival skills. 4/16
13.05 Dynasties: Chimpanzee
In Senegal, West Africa, live a group of chimpanzees, led by an alpha male named David. He has already been alpha for 3 years - a time when leaders here are usually overthrown. To make matters worse, David has no allies - no-one to help him defend his leadership. 1/5
14.00 Deadly Disasters: Episode 2
This episode looks at droughts. It is not only a lack of rain and high temperatures that causes drought; overuse of existing water supplies by an ever-increasing population only adds to the problem. 2/10
14.50 Inside the Factory: Beer
Gregg Wallace is in Burton upon Trent at Britain's biggest brewery where they produce 3 million pints of beer a day. 7/9
15.40 Deadly Disasters: Earthquakes
Many of our most densely populated cities are built on seismically active fault lines. Using survivor testimony and expert insights, we investigate two catastrophic Earthquakes: Haiti and Mexico City. 1/10
16.30 Life Below Zero: Burn the Midnight Oil
In the darkest and coldest time of the year in the Arctic, Alaskans must burn the midnight oil and use the brief hours of daylight to build vital tools, maintain their land, hunt for needed food, and sharpen their survival skills. 4/16
17.20 Inside the Factory: Episode 8
Today is all about liquers. Gregg is in Ireland at an enormous liqueurs factory that produces 540,000 bottles a day. Meanwhile, Cherry is at the plant where 85 per cent of Ireland's bottles and jars are recycled, and Ruth Goodman is getting spiritual with the history of liqueurs. 8/9
18.10 Deadly Disasters: Episode 2
This episode looks at droughts. It is not only a lack of rain and high temperatures that causes drought; overuse of existing water supplies by an ever-increasing population only adds to the problem. 2/10
19.00 Dynasties: Emperor
Emperor penguins battle for survival against the worst winter in the world. Working together can they protect and feed their chicks till they reach adulthood? 2/5
19.50 Life: Life on Location: The Heat Run
For the first time Life has succeeded in filming a complete sequence of the colossal humpback whale's courtship battle - known as the 'heat run'. It was filmed from the air, surface and underwater to give the full picture. 3/10
20.00 Deadly Dinosaurs: Super Senses
In this episode of Deadly Dinosaurs, Steve's on a mission to find dinosaurs that have something a little special...fearsome killers, with incredible abilities. 7/10
20.30 Inside the Factory: Episode 7
Today we look at soup. In Wigan, Gregg Wallace visits an enormous soup factory, which produces two million tins a day, Cherry Healey is measuring the vitamin content of fresh and frozen vegetables, and Ruth Goodman is cooking up a batch of 'soop of buttered spinach' from the 17th-century cookbook of Robert May. 7/9
21.20 Life Below Zero: Winter's Grip
The Alaskans battle unusually low snowfall and lack of precipitation in the dark of winter to protect resources and cross uncertain terrain. As Andy prepares to break a new trail on the ice of the Yukon, Glenn protects his meat cache from predators. 6/16
22.10 Inside the Factory: Episode 8
Today is all about liquers. Gregg is in Ireland at an enormous liqueurs factory that produces 540,000 bottles a day. Meanwhile, Cherry is at the plant where 85 per cent of Ireland's bottles and jars are recycled, and Ruth Goodman is getting spiritual with the history of liqueurs. 8/9
23.00 Inside the Factory: Episode 9
Cherry Healey is in South Africa visiting one of the largest iron ore mines in the world. Gregg Wallace is in France at an enormous foundry that produces a cast iron pot every five seconds. And historian Ruth Goodman takes a journey through time, learning how one-pot cooking evolved. 9/9
23.55 The World's Deadliest Weather: Series 3, Episode 1
A record-breaking cyclone wrecks South Pacific islands, a cruise ship becomes stranded in a storm, and two friends get caught in a deadly avalanche. 1/13

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