Science & Nature - Highlights

    1. BBC Two

      Earth's Greatest Spectacles

      2. Svalbard

      59

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      How Svalbard transforms from an ice world into a rich tundra through the year.

      First shown: 12 Feb 2016

    2. BBC News

      Click

      13/02/2016

      30

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      The team go behind the scenes of $100m crowd-funded game Star Citizen.

      First shown: 13 Feb 2016

    1. BBC Two

      How Earth Made Us

      3. Wind

      60

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      Professor Iain Stewart explores the story of our turbulent relationship with the wind.

      First shown: 2 Feb 2010

    2. BBC One

      Nature's Miracle Orphans

      Series 2: 1. Moyo & Robin

      New Series

      58

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      Lucy Cooke and Patrick Aryee meet orphaned animals in Zimbabwe and Costa Rica.

      First shown: 7 Feb 2016

    1. BBC Two

      Earth's Greatest Spectacles

      1. New England

      59

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      New England is the stage for an incredible autumnal colour change.

      First shown: 5 Feb 2016

    2. BBC Four

      Addicted to Sheep

      60

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      A family of tenant hill farmers try to breed the perfect sheep.

      First shown: 8 Feb 2016

    1. BBC One

      Panorama

      Can You Stop My Multiple Sclerosis?

      30

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      Panorama has access to patients pioneering a treatment for MS sufferers.

      First shown: 18 Jan 2016

    2. BBC News

      Click

      06/02/2016

      30

      Mins

      Click tries out the world's tiniest printer and checks out high-tech home security.

      First shown: 6 Feb 2016

    1. BBC One

      Attenborough and the Giant Dinosaur

      59

      Mins

      The story of the discovery in Argentina of the largest animal to ever walk the Earth.

      First shown: 24 Jan 2016

    2. BBC One

      The River Taff with Will Millard

      Episode 2

      30

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      Will Millard explores how the River Taff once ran black with coal dust.

      First shown: 12 Feb 2016

    1. BBC Four

      Calculating Ada: The Countess of Computing

      60

      Mins

      How 19th-century countess Ada Lovelace helped give rise to the modern era of computing.

      First shown: 17 Sep 2015

    2. BBC One

      Patrick Kielty's Mulholland Drive

      49

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      Documentary about William Mulholland, responsible for building LA's water infrastructure.

      First shown: 26 Jan 2016

    1. BBC One

      Countryfile

      Tyne and Wear

      60

      Mins

      Matt explores a country park near Newcastle and Ellie visits Roker Lighthouse, Sunderland.

      First shown: 7 Feb 2016

    2. BBC Two

      How Earth Made Us

      1. Deep Earth

      60

      Mins

      How the forces of the deep Earth played a role in the development of human civilisation.

      First shown: 19 Jan 2010

    1. BBC Two

      David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

      Episode 10

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      How have the curious minds of orangutans and crows helped them become so inventive?

      First shown: 5 Feb 2016

    2. BBC Two

      Horizon

      2010-2011: 9. What Is Reality?

      59

      Mins

      Are we are part of a cosmic hologram? Do we exist in an infinity of parallel worlds?

      First shown: 17 Jan 2011

    1. BBC One

      Nature's Great Events

      4. The Great Tide

      59

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      A look at the sardine run, which happens each winter along the South African coast.

      First shown: 4 Mar 2009

    2. BBC Two

      How Earth Made Us

      2. Water

      60

      Mins

      Professor Iain Stewart shows how control over water has been central to human existence.

      First shown: 26 Jan 2010