How the crew caught incredible footage of fierce boxing matches between huge kangaroos competing for the role of alpha male.
The team manages to film some fascinating footage of a veined octopus building protective armour from discarded pieces of coconut shell.
Sir David Attenborough looks at some amazing quirks of evolution. David encounters two examples where nature has tinkered with the ageing process.
The team follow the tale of a housing crisis for a group of hermit crabs on an isolated tropical island.
Some of the boldest efforts at putting humans into space are those of private companies, started by a handful of billionaire businessmen who refuse to limit their imaginations. Brian Cox discovers whether they can make mass space flight a reality.
A look at NASA's most incredible, ambitious and daring project yet - to put people on Mars - and the problems they must overcome to achieve it.
Meet the storm chasers who turned into rescuers during the 2013 super typhoon Haiyan, those caught up in the record breaking UK floods of 2015, and those affected by the 2017 Kansas wildfires.
Fascination with the moon has never been greater. Find out how the moon shapes life on earth, explore its mysterious dark side and discover how the moon's journey around Earth delivers one of nature's most awe-inspiring events: a total solar eclipse.
Thanks to NASA's Juno mission, scientists are starting to peel back the layers of the Jupiter to reveal the wonders within. With extreme size comes extreme radiation. Juno is in the most extreme environment NASA's visited.
Scientists explore weather on other planets, using state of the art laboratories and CGI imagery to recreate and illustrate extreme weather across the solar system.
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.
David Attenborough tells the story of the discovery and reconstruction in Argentina of the world's largest known dinosaur, a brand new species of titanosaur. Measuring 37m long - close to four London buses put end to end - and weighing 70 metric tons, it now holds the record as the biggest animal ever to walk the earth.
A look at the work of Dr Mary Schweitzer and her quest to extract DNA from fossilised bones.
An exploration into new evidence about the asteroid strike that wiped out the dinosaurs 66 million years ago.
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!
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.
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.
Witness some of our planet's most disastrous and deadly natural catastrophes that can happen right on your own doorstep.