The team follow the tale of a housing crisis for a group of hermit crabs on an isolated tropical island.
A look at the work of Dr Mary Schweitzer and her quest to extract DNA from fossilised bones.
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.
An exploration into new evidence about the asteroid strike that wiped out the dinosaurs 66 million years ago.
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.
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.
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 predict that package holidays to Mars will soon be available.
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.
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.
Gregg discovers the high-tech acoustic kit being used to get an edge in the battle to create a perfect avocado. Plus, a look at the battlefield of luxury products on a budget, and Babita uncovers what can be learned from supermarket data gatherers.
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.
Witness some of our planet's most disastrous and deadly natural catastrophes that can happen right on your own doorstep.
All dogs descend from wolves, but how did this predator become a member of so many families? These examples show how strong the bond can be between a dog and its human family.