A look behind the scenes of the Life Story team as they attempted to capture critical moments in animals' lives in unprecedented detail, Part 1.
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.
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.
On this lush green island, 1,500 kilometres from the mainland, Neil Oliver wanders amidst penal ruins as he discovers the inspiring legacies of two historic figures: the first an audacious convict, and the second a reforming commandant. Alice Garner meets descendants of the famous mutineers on the Bounty at their annual festival and witnesses their cultural heritage in full swing.
From Seven Mile Beach to Gabo Island, Neil Oliver discovers the fatal engineering errors behind Cape St George Lighthouse that cursed Wreck Bay for four decades. In Callala Bay, Tim Flannery uncovers the life-saving properties of seaweed. On Gabo Island, Emma Johnston witnesses a secret method for growing unusual pearls in wild abalone.
Tim Flannery begins this north-western adventure in the remote Montebello Islands, where he finds evidence of British atomic testing from 1952. Neil Oliver boards an iron ore carrier to discover only a tiny margin of error allowed in docking and loading these enormous vessels.
Meet the man who was buried alive for 16 hours in the 2011 Brazil mudslides, and a community who formed a human chain to pull a fellow resident to safety in the 2016 Maryland Floods.
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.
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.
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.
For decades some have suspected there might be others out there, intelligent beings capable of communicating with us. It might sound like fiction, but scientists from across the globe are scouring the universe for signals from extra terrestrials.
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.