A focus on the creatures that inhabit the Red Sea coral reef.
A look at Britain's last remaining large carnivore, the wildcat.
An insight into the private life of the orang-utan.
A revealing study of pilot whales' family-orientated way of life.
A rare glimpse of India's seldom-seen wildlife portrays the behaviour of the blackbuck.
An insight into the behaviour of the grizzly bears of Alaska.
Hot geysers erupt in temperatures well below zero in Yellowstone National Park in winter.
A focus on hedgehogs, including typical behaviour and ancient beliefs about the creatures.
Arachnologist Barbara York Main studies trapdoor spiders in Western Australia's outback.
David Bellamy and Michael Heseltine take part in a debate about the countryside.
A closer look at animals that thrive in the coldest places on Earth.
A look at the sugarbush, which only releases its seeds after bush fires.
Dragonflies feature in this look at life on the surface of Britain's ponds and streams.
A focus on amphibian life finds out where female newts lay their eggs.
A closer look at the ostrich, a freak bird that can't fly - but can run at 40mph.
The story of an abandoned baby grey squirrel found in the Oxfordshire countryside.
An insight into the learning capacities of our feathered friends.
Documentary showing that our image of the shark as a killer is misleading.
Can DNA testing help re-instil the complex survival instincts of wolves?
Wildlife on One looks, listens and talks to the jumping spider.
Revealing the intelligent and sensitive side to the ocean's most feared predator.
The polar bears of Canada’s Hudson Bay encroach into town as they search for food.
The deadly black tiger snakes that live on the Chappell Island off Australia are infamous.
Following a troop of baboons living on the rugged hills of the Cape of Good Hope.