2/3 A look at how the early flowers sculpted the earth and drove the evolution of all animals. (R)
A look at the brand new Playstation Vita, and tech that can be controlled with gestures.
BBC News Channel
2/3 Monty Halls examines the amazing variety of habitats found on Australia's natural wonder. (R)
Guide to the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news.
A look at the brand new Playstation Vita, and tech that can be controlled with gestures. (R)
How telescopes such as Herschel use infrared eyes to see where stars are being born. (R)
2/4 How the destruction of wetlands meant the possible extinction of Britain's waterbirds. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
2/4 How the destruction of wetlands meant the possible extinction of Britain's waterbirds.
BBC Two Wales only
2/31 Mark Horton discovers how 13th-century Harlech Castle would have looked when it was built. (R)
1/3 Iain Stewart tells the story of James Hutton, the founding father of geology.
Phil Agland revisits the Baka Pygmy family he filmed in the rainforest 25 years ago.
BBC Two Scotland only
Mark looks at how Swansea's monopoly of the copper trade propelled Nelson towards victory. (R)
17/23 Neil Oliver is introduced to the joys of Victorian-style sea bathing in Ilfracombe. (R)
What was there before the big bang? Black holes could hold the answer. (R)
Sunday 19 February 2012