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This is your home, as you’ve never seen it before.
Epic migration. Shifting seasons. The turning tide. Cameras in space capture natural spectacles on an epic scale and are now so advanced that they can track down individual animals. Cutting-edge technology tells the story of life on Earth from a brand new perspective.
Marvel at the dancing neon Northern Lights and the swirling blues of blooming plankton. Zoom in on herds of elephants searching for water, and discover previously unknown colonies of penguins. Satellites also capture disappearing forests and show cities sprawling over decades.
With the Earth’s surface changing faster than ever before, can the view from space inspire us to look after our unique and fragile home?
Over 8 hours of content including the Apollo 11 moon walk, an interview with Neil Armstrong and the brand new documentary, 8 Days: To The Moon and Back
This 50th anniversary collection contains the most important examples of the BBC's comprehensive coverage of the Apollo missions to the Moon. The cultural impact is featured in James Cameron's sobering film 'Nobody Ever Asks Why'. Live commentary is provided by James Burke and Patrick Moore for the first step on the Moon and James Burke's definitive series 'Project Apollo' explains how it all happened, using exclusive interviews with the men that walked on the Moon. '8 Days' marries the voices of the Apollo 11 astronauts with specially shot live action, bringing the drama of Apollo 11 to life. The result is a nail biting story of triumph over adversity.
One Family, 40 Faces, Many Secrets.
One group of animals fascinates and enthrals us more than any other, captivating and terrifying in equal measure – the cats. Big Cats is the ultimate celebration of the entire cat family. The planet’s top predators and everyone’s favourite animals, as you’ve never seen them before.
Latest developments in filming technology, and a surge in cat research, bring these superstars into the spotlight. Combining fascinating behaviours with amazing stories, the series reflects the true nature of cats – and reveals how they still have the power to surprise.
Earth’s ultimate predator is drawn out of the shadows.
The sun is hotter and the crimes more baffling than ever as the smash-hit whodunnit returns.
From an apparent serial killer on the loose on New Year’s Eve to a man stabbed during a survival weekend on a deserted tropical island, Detective Inspector Jack Mooney and the team face some of the most confounding crimes they’ve ever seen.
But when an unexpected romantic encounter turns Jack’s life upside down, the team face a fresh challenge in the shape of new arrival DI Neville Parker. He may be a brilliant detective but is he really suited to a life in the Caribbean?
Halifax, Yorkshire, 1832. Charismatic, swashbuckling Anne Lister determines to transform the fate of her ancestral home Shibden Hall. To do this, she must re-open her coal mines and marry well. But Anne has no intention of marrying a man. True to her own nature she plans to marry a woman and embarks on an epic, unconventional love story.
Gentleman Jack brings all the warmth, wit and complexity of the writing of Sally Wainwright (BAFTA award-winning writer of Happy Valley, Last Tango in Halifax) to the remarkable true story of Anne Lister.
Dr Nikki Alexander and the team at the Lyell Centre must solve five more thrilling mysteries in this award-winning crime drama.
A body in the concrete pillar of a car park. A downed plane. Scientific research gone wrong. The cases that end up at the Lyell Centre are rarely straightforward.
Initial suspicions are challenged as the evidence mounts, and Nikki and the team must work harder than ever to find the truth.
Based on author Philip Pullman’s beloved trilogy, His Dark Materials follows Lyra, a brave young woman from another world.
Lyra’s quest to find her kidnapped friend leads her to uncover a sinister plot of a secret organization, encounter extraordinary beings and protect dangerous secrets.
Millions of years ago huge forces ripped apart the Earth’s crust creating seven spectacular continents. Over time, each continent developed its own remarkable wildlife.
From the depths of the South American jungles to the frozen peaks of Asia, and from the cities of Europe to the vast plains of Africa - Seven Worlds, One Planet features extraordinary animal behaviour and untold wildlife stories from each continent. We discover how our seven worlds gave rise to the great diversity of life on Earth today, and reveal the challenges now faced by animals in a world shaped by us.
Detective Inspector Jack Mooney has now settled in to life on the beautiful Caribbean island of Saint Marie and is starting to really get to know the people and places – to a degree that surprises some of his colleagues. But there’s little time for sightseeing, as there are some fiendishly clever murders to solve. From a popular local radio DJ shot dead live on air to a killing during a horseback trek into the rainforest, Jack and his team have their work cut out.
To add to the chaos there’s a new face on the team, as uniform officer Ruby Jones arrives with energy to spare and her own unique take on crime fighting. And the team are delighted to discover that Florence has got a boyfriend - until a shocking turn of events makes them all question their judgement.
Jack must lead them through personal ups and downs while using his unconventional methods to solve some of their most challenging cases yet.
The award-winning BBC crime drama returns with five thrilling two-part stories, starring Emilia Fox in the lead role alongside David Caves, Richard Lintern and Liz Carr. This series also features a diverse supporting cast including Art Malik, Samantha Bond, Dervla Kirwan and Amanda Root.
In Season 22, pathologist Dr Nikki Alexander and her dedicated team help the police solve a slew of mystifying murders. Storylines range from street drugs and knife crime to issues facing the LGBT community.
Fleabag is back.
The second season picks up not too far from the end of the first season. Fleabag’s family is as dysfunctional as ever: her uptight sister Claire, played by Sian Clifford, hasn’t forgiven her, and Claire’s obnoxious alcoholic husband is still on the scene, while the pair are presenting a united front as they come to term with their father’s relationship with their godmother, played by Olivia Colman.
Bill Paterson, Brett Gelman, Jenny Rainsford and Hugh Skinner return, while Sherlock’s Andrew Scott joins the cast.
(Golden Globe nominations for: Best TV Series - Comedy; Best Actress; Best Supporting Actor)
When the moonless shadows of London give birth to a new nightmare, John Luther once again confronts the depths of human depravity.
As a series of monstrous killings becomes more audacious, Luther and new recruit DS Catherine Halliday are confounded by a tangle of misdirection that seems to protect an unspeakable horror. But as the case brings him closer than ever to the nature of true evil, a reluctant Luther faces the ghosts of his own past.
Striding back into the line of fire, he must choose who to protect, and who to sacrifice. Whatever his next move, it will change John Luther forever.
Golden Globe-winning actress Ruth Wilson stars in this powerful three-part drama inspired by the memoir of her own grandmother about her family's history.
Set in London in the 1940s and 1960s, and in India in the 1930s, the series follows Alison Wilson, who thinks she is happily married until her husband, Alec, dies and a woman turns up on the doorstep claiming that she is the real Mrs Wilson. Alison is determined to prove the validity of her own marriage - and Alec's love for her - but is instead led into a world of disturbing secrets.
1933. Hercule Poirot, older and greyer, receives letters threatening murder. The sender signs themselves only as “A.B.C.” When he takes the letters to the police looking for help, Hercule finds all his old friends have moved on. And the new guard led by hot headed Inspector Crome are not interested in his story.
But soon there is a murder, and in order to have any hope of catching the killer, the once great detective must take matters into his own hands.
In her fourth Agatha Christie adaptation, BAFTA-nominated writer Sarah Phelps brings Hercule Poirot and his little grey cells back onto our television screens for 3 episodes in one of the most surprising and unusual appearances by one of literature’s most iconic detectives.
The ground-breaking new BBC adaptation of Victor Hugo’s epic novel.
Against the epic backdrop of France at a time of civil unrest, Les Misérables is the story of Jean Valjean, a former convict unable to escape the shadow of his past life. His future is threatened by his nemesis, the chilling police officer and former prison guard Javert, who is determined to bring him to justice. Meanwhile Fantine, a working class woman abandoned by her rich lover, is driven to increasingly desperate measures to provide for her young daughter.
Their stories collide and as a revolutionary violence ignites on the streets of Paris, Jean Valjean begins an epic journey towards self-acceptance, redemption and love.
As a Russian émigré, businessman Samuel Petrukhin is determined to integrate his young family into the British establishment. So when Samuel meets the captivating Kathleen Shaw and her husband Richard – a war hero and Member of Parliament – he’s dazzled by their upper class glamour.
But then MI5 agents blackmail Samuel into spying on the Shaws, and he’s drawn into a dark web of deception. These shadowy government operatives could be tempting him into a deadly trap. Are the Shaws really involved in a plot to betray their nation?
With the country’s future is shrouded in doubt, who can Samuel trust? Anyone?
Based on the novellas by Luke Jennings and written by the multi-award winning Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Killing Eve centres on two extraordinary women.
Eve is a bored, whip-smart, pay-grade MI5 security officer whose desk-bound job doesn’t fulfil her fantasies of being a spy. Villanelle is a mercurial, talented killer who clings to the luxuries her violent job affords her.
Killing Eve topples the typical spy-action thriller as these two fiercely intelligent women, equally obsessed with each other, go head to head in an epic game of cat and mouse.
Irresistible BBC drama mini-series featuring Richard Gere in his first major television role for 30 years. From bestselling author and Emmy-nominated writer Tom Rob Smith.
Max owns one of the world’s most influential media empires. Information is his trade: he holds dark secrets on everyone, and uses his power ruthlessly. His son Caden is editor of Max’s mouthpiece, The National newspaper. But Caden is crumbling under the pressure of his father’s expectation, numbing his pain with cocaine and intense anonymous sex. When Caden’s excess causes a massive stroke, he’s left like a helpless child.
For Kathryn – Max’s estranged wife – this is a chance to reconnect with the sensitive boy Max ripped away from her. As Max and Kathryn fight for the soul of their son, another fight is about to begin, a fight for the heart of the nation. Because Caden knows secrets that could bring Max’s empire crashing down. And Caden’s silence can’t be bought.
Many tales have been told of Africa but this is the intimate story of the animal families who live there, told from inside their world. A drama where the characters’ lives are as entwined as their stories and it all plays out across the Serengeti’s magnificent Pride Lands.
There’s passion and devotion, friendship and loss, jealousy and rivalry, tragedy and ultimately triumph. For the characters it is an emotional story of a year that would change all their lives forever.
1985. Eight months have passed since Vincent Swan – Essex’s most amoral double-glazing salesman – teamed up with gangster Ronnie and forced his boss to sell Cachet Windows. Now he’s realised that working for a dangerous criminal isn’t much fun.
But business is booming, until a new rival salesman appears, stealing most of Cachet’s business. But to their surprise, the team discover this salesman is actually a saleswoman.
Meet Jo Scott. She’s ruthless in her pursuit of success. And there’s one prize she values above all – Vincent Swan himself.
Join HRH Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at St George’s Chapel as they celebrate the momentous occasion of their marriage.
Relive and treasure their special day with this souvenir DVD, containing the official BBC Coverage.
Includes edited versions of Meghan’s arrival at St George’s Chapel, the ceremony and carriage procession.
In the fifth and final season of Orphan Black, starring the Emmy award-winning actress Tatiana Maslany, Neolution is pushing the boundaries of science beyond what anyone thought possible. But at what cost?
The mysterious P. T. Westmoreland is the key to all of it. Seemingly 170 years old, he is on the brink of bringing his project to its sinister conclusion. For Sarah and her sisters, this is the start of a deadly endgame that will have extreme consequences – not just for them, but for the future of the entire human race.
Can they finally expose the terrifying secrets at the heart of this corrupt corporation?
The year is 1963, and the midwives find themselves tested both personally and professionally as never before. Together, they face challenging issues including leprosy, stroke and Huntingdon’s disease, all while fighting their own personal battles.
Nurse Crane finds her authority questioned from an unexpected quarter, Sister Monica Joan is forced to accept her failing faculties, and the much-loved characters are joined by West Indian midwife Lucille Anderson – a compassionate and clever nurse who brings a fresh burst of energy to life at Nonnatus House.
Includes the 2017 Christmas Special where the midwives battle snow, ice, power cuts and frozen pipes to provide patient care during the coldest winter in 300 years. Valerie helps a young couple who experience a traumatic birth and Sister Julienne tries to reunite a family.
Spiral is back for another intriguing, gripping and critically acclaimed series about the imperfect people upholding law and order in Paris.
Laure Berthaud returns early from maternity leave to help the team put a name to an anonymous murder victim identifiable only by use of his dismembered torso. Meanwhile, a high-profile trial involving a boy accused of murdering his own father tempts a jaded Joséphine. Magistrate Roban grows distracted and makes uncharacteristic mistakes.
All three episodes from the British television drama miniseries based on the novel by Eugene McCabe, this riveting story of love and revenge is set in the beautiful countryside of Fermanagh, Ireland in 1885; a world of spies, deception and betrayal, with simmering tensions of class, politics and religion that threaten to tear the country apart.
Set over a desperately tense 24-hour period, it is Beth Winters 23rd birthday the day she has decided to join her secret lover, the charming, mysterious Liam Ward and escape from her limited life and difficult and complex relationship with her Protestant landowner stepfather, Billy. Beth and the overbearing Billy live alone, bonded not by blood but the horrific death of Catherine, Billy's wife and Beth's mother.
But their world comes crashing down around them when the young lovers attempt to steal Billy's gold. When he learns of their betrayal and when Beth discovers a fresh grave dug by Liam that is meant for her a devastating chain of events is set in motion in this thrillingly dark and haunting tale.
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