An insight into the making of `Frozen Planet'.
A cruise ship magician saves more than 500 passengers, a South Pacific holidaymaker gets caught in a category-five cyclone, and a summer heatwave sets fire to 31 square miles of the Costa del Sol.
The deep is perhaps the most hostile environment on earth, a world of crushing pressure, brutal cold and utter darkness. Exploration has barely begun, and yet it is the largest living space on the planet. Scientists already think that there is more life in the deep than anywhere else on earth.
Naomi takes the plunge into a frozen river to experience the chilling life of a tungsten-tough little bird, the dipper. She also takes a ride with a pack of seriously stinky huskies who like to go in the snow.
The attempt to send and land astronauts on Mars risks billions of dollars and the lives of those brave enough to attempt it. Guiding us through this ethical and scientific minefield is Dr Kevin Fong.
Witness some of our planet's most disastrous and deadly natural catastrophes that can happen right on your own doorstep.
Fiona Phillips teams up with leading scientists to look at how to eat and drink to good health, and she uncovers some surprising truths. She reveals which cheap, everyday foods can give all the benefits of so-called superfoods at a fraction of the price and why frying can be the healthiest way to cook.
Gregg Wallace and journalist Babita Sharma look at one of the biggest battlegrounds: health. Gregg discovers the exotic ingredient being used to produce a healthier burger and Babita finds out how people are manipulated by food health labels.
Dr Chris van Tulleken investigates Britain's favourite foods. In a specially designed pop-up kitchen lab, Chris will be joined by scientists, chefs and members of the public to discover the truth about calories.