Science & Nature
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Programme website: Steve Backshall, Liz Bonnin and Matt Baker will be live all week from one of the most remote wildernesses on the planet - Alaska. Spectacular wildlife and top predators gather for a feast like no other.
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A mother and three young cubs emerge at the first sign of spring.
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Wolf cubs grow fast and are always hungry.
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More about this programme: Jem searches for the perfect stoichiometric mixture (oxygen and fuel) to see what it takes to fire a rocket at 1000mph.
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More about this programme: Scientists and contributors answer the question 'what is your favourite colour?'
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Gentoo penguins are masters of the sea and surf.
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Specialised lungs make Carcharodontosaurus a highly active predator.
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More about this programme: A sizzling soundtrack by The Isley Brothers accompanies this super slo-mo taster from Dr Yan's investigation into the secret science of popcorn - filmed at up to 9,600 frames per second.
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Playful cubs make hunting a real challenge.
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The earth's outer core is a sea of molten metal. As it moves it generates our planet's magnetic field. But exactly how it does it has remained a mystery. To investigate Professor Dan Lathrop built a 3 metre model, which he'll fill with highly volatile liq
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An iceberg is born that dwarfs the largest of our buildings.
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More about this programme: A giant telescope antenna is transported up a 16,500 foot high mountain in Chile.