9/14 Investigating what it is about leopards that makes them born survivors. (R)
Click is in Thailand looking at new technologies that will help future flood victims. (R)
BBC News Channel
Ellie Harrison investigates the four lighthouses on the coast at Dungeness. (R)
22/23 Neil Oliver visits Whitstable and ventures offshore to the remarkable Red Sands sea forts. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
3/3 Dolphins and whales are nature's supreme vocalists, with a vast repertoire. (R)
8/8 The team dives beneath the polar ice cap to explore how the ice is shrinking. (R)
32/35 Britain's bonds with its Celtic cousins across the Channel in Brittany are explored. (R)
1/2 Ben Fogle travels to Botswana to join a study which aims to swim with Nile crocodiles. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
8/35 Nick Crane explores the violent history of smuggling around the Gower Peninsula. (R)
BBC Two Wales
Matt Baker learns what is being done to halt the decline in the hedgehog population.
8/14 Wildlife documentary featuring the fascinating lives of Britain's butterflies. (R)
How Charles Darwin struggled for 20 years to create his book On the Origin of Species. (R)
Sir Patrick Moore discusses what the NASA rover Curiosity will be doing on Mars.
BBC One except Scotland
2/3 In the heart of the Amazon, Dr George McGavin and the team discover some new species.
BBC One Scotland
Monday 3 September 2012