BBC inside polar bear 'capital'
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How the BBC is preparing to broadcast Arctic Live

The tiny town of Churchill in Canada has become known as the polar bear capital of the world, with large numbers waiting every autumn for the Hudson Bay to freeze before they can begin their winter hunt.

Kate Humble explains how the BBC has been setting up to film the lives of these polar bears for Arctic Live, which airs on BBC Two and the iPlayer.

  • 01 Nov 2016