Kurdts’ quest is to seek out- and travel to- remote reserves to find South Africa’s 12 most deadly snake species. By doing this he hopes to educate and inspire the masses to see the value of every creature;
Africa - home to some of the most amazing and extreme wildlife on our planet! With its endless grassy planes, luscious wild rainforests, harsh deserts, and spectacular mountain ranges, Africa has one of the richest environments on earth.
From the beginning of the twentieth century to today, war was radically transformed. Across six episodes, this series explores how developments in machinery and technology have changed the nature of warfare forever.
Filmed over several years, this stunning landmark series uses state-of-the-art camera techniques and the latest scientific research to look at one of the most recognisable animals in Australia, and attempts to lift the veil off the common misconceptions.
The last Tassie Tiger was held in a zoo where it died in 1936. Fifty years later the species was officially declared extinct. But is it? Since 1936 there have been literally thousands of reported sightings
At the start of the twentieth century the map of the world was coloured to illustrate the pervasiveness of the great European empires. Everywhere, from China in the east to all but a couple of countries in Europe
In 1931, when Japan invaded Manchuria, China was an unstable republic, warlords governed much of the country, the Communist Party was a minor movement without power and the son of a Hunan peasant was an assistant librarian
This series of short films explores the wildlife, cultural heritage and history of the UK Overseas Territories. The Territories are fourteen groups of islands and archipelagos scattered across the Seven Seas that remain under the sovereignty of the United
There are more parrots in Australia than anywhere else on earth. They are smart, successful, adaptable and not to mention, loud! While some may be familiar cage birds for international bird fanciers, nothing beats seeing them in the wild.