A collection of programmes exploring the hidden wonders of our aquatic landscapes.
New worlds and animal behaviours are uncovered on a journey from the equator to the poles.
Revealing the animals, landscapes and people of the greatest river on Earth.
Simon visits South Africa, Mozambique and Zanzibar, swimming with sharks on the way.
A diary of the titanic effort behind the filming of Blue Planet.
A look at various fish species including sea dragon, fringehead and Hawaiian goby.
Looking at the Arctic and Antarctic, the greatest and least-known wildernesses of all.
Exploring the largest animals that have ever lived on our planet- the great whales.
Simon Reeve travels from source to sea along the world's longest river, the Nile.
Sharks are the ocean's great predators, living in every ocean and hunting in every way.
BBC Science Editor David Shukman on how plastic debris travels across the oceans.
In an exciting week of programmes, Blue Planet Live explores the health of our oceans.
Steve reveals how ocean plastic rubbish is turned into kayaks that clean up our seas.
Alastair Leithead explores how history has shaped the Congo of today.
The final episode looks at the largest of all habitats - the ocean.
Fishing for coins in the Ganges river to survive.
Steve Backshall plumbs the ocean depths to find an array of bizarre creatures.
In Norway's fjords, one man is on a mission to pick up as much plastic as he can.