Michael Mosley and a team of doctors investigate the latest health headlines. Michael sets off an ambitious study on the health benefits of omega-3 fish oils, while Dr Chris van Tulleken puts omega-3 supplements to the test.
Science documentary series tackling everyday issues that affect us all.
Witness some of our planet's most disastrous and deadly natural catastrophes that can happen right on your own doorstep.
Science reveals how a dog's ability to communicate and empathise with humans makes them such great workers, but in our modern world traditional roles for working dogs are dying out.
A look at the story of Titti, a Jack Russell terrier who lives with her owner Carmello in Malta. Together they like nothing more than to dive, in perfect synchronisation, from the cliffs tops into the blue Mediterranean sea below. What is remarkable is that Titti taught herself to do this, simply by watching Carmello before joining him.
In a groundbreaking experiment, 50 cats from a village in Surrey are tagged with GPS collars and their every movement is recorded, day and night, as they hunt in our backyards and patrol the garden fences and hedgerows.
Gordon Buchanan goes to meet the world's cutest animals to find out why humans have such a strong emotional response to them and reveal their hidden biology. Behind every feature humans find so appealing lies a secret survival strategy.
Charting some of the most extreme weather from all around the globe, from freak tornadoes appearing out of nowhere, to pounding storms with hailstones the size of footballs.
Dr Zoe Williams investigates whether people can boost their metabolism, Michael asks whether people should be worried about air pollution, and Dr Saleyha Ahsan meets survivors of eating disorders to try to identify the signs and symptoms.
A look at the latest scientific research on obesity. A combination of fast-food culture and genes have led to expanding waistlines, but Chris Bavin reveals how small changes can help maximise the chances of keeping trim.
Steve is going large, as he focuses on the biggest animals to have ever walked the earth. In his dino-den, he starts by meeting the Argentiosaurus, an animal so large that even its poo was deadly. But if you thought that, that was the biggest dinosaur ever, then think again.
The Jurassic was home to the most vicious and violent predators the world has ever seen. To survive, herbivores had to fight back! Steve Backshall goes on a mission to track down the deadliest of all dinosaur defenders. He'll meet the armoured tank that is Nodosaurus, he'll test whether an Iguanodon really has what it takes to beat a T-rex, and thanks to some mega-engineering he'll unleash an Ankylosaurus tail-swinging robot that goes on the rampage and then some!
Steve tries to chomp through a car like a T-rex, wield an axe like an Allosaurus and hitch a ride in Britain's biggest tank to showcase the might of a Spinosaurus.
Steve gets freaky on a mission to find the weirdest dinosaur ever. He kick-starts with a Gigantoraptor, an 8 metre tall giant that laid the biggest eggs in history.
The team manages to film some fascinating footage of a veined octopus building protective armour from discarded pieces of coconut shell.