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Programs for BBCAME on Friday, January 17, 2020
12:00 AM
Planet Earth Forests (TV-PG) A showcase of Earth's forests, where mysteries and elusive creatures still abound, including a massive ancient sequoia tree 10 times as big as a blue whale. Sigourney Weaver(Narrator)
1:00 AM
Planet Earth Pole to Pole (TV-PG) A journey with the sun as it impacts the lives of creatures across the globe, shaping the seasons that create amazing spectacles and life-and-death struggles. Sigourney Weaver(Narrator)
2:00 AM
Planet Earth Mountains (TV-PG) A portrait of the remarkable animals that live on Earth's tallest and grandest mountain peaks, including a never-before-seen snow leopard hunt in the Himalayas. Sigourney Weaver(Narrator)
3:00 AM
Planet Earth Fresh Water (TV-PG) Unique insight into Earth's fresh water creatures, whose lives often go unnoticed, including the rare freshwater seals that inhabit the world's deepest lake. Sigourney Weaver(Narrator)
4:00 AM
Planet Earth Caves (TV-PG) A descent into the depths of caves unearths some of Earth's most unusual creatures, from five million cave-dwelling bats to animals that build saliva nests. Sigourney Weaver(Narrator)
5:00 AM
Planet Earth Deserts (TV-PG) A chronicle of the lives of incredible animals that battle brutal desert conditions to survive, including lions that hunt antelopes on parched Namibia terrain. Sigourney Weaver(Narrator)
6:00 AM
The Making of Planet Earth (Repeat, TV-PG) Presented is a look at the documentary series "Planet Earth," as the producers and camera crew discuss risking their lives to capture the captivating footage.
8:00 AM
South Pacific Fragile Paradise (Repeat, TV-PG) Although the South Pacific is relatively healthy, it's also a fragile paradise since, like all oceans, it has little or no protection.
9:00 AM
South Pacific Ocean of Islands (Repeat, TV-14) In the Pacific, 20,000 islands stretch from the tropics to the subantarctic; coral gardens grow in its warmest waters, while icebergs float in its coldest. Benedict Cumberbatch(Narrator)
10:00 AM
South Pacific Castaways (Repeat, TV-14) The South Pacific's 20,000 islands are among the most isolated in the world, but every single one is colonized by castaways who succeeded against all odds.
11:00 AM
South Pacific Endless Blue (Repeat, TV-14) Much of the Pacific Ocean is a remote marine desert; one of the greatest shipwreck stories of all time illustrates the great challenges of survival.
12:00 PM
South Pacific Ocean of Volcanoes (Repeat, TV-G) Over the course of millions of years, an island in the South Pacific is born, grows, and dies, beginning with a volcano that erupts beneath the waves.
1:00 PM
South Pacific Strange Islands (Repeat, TV-PG) On the isolated islands of the South Pacific, wildlife has evolved in extraordinary ways, but island living can come with a steep price.
2:00 PM
The Blue Planet II One Ocean (Repeat, TV-PG) Using new technology, oceanographers travel beneath the waves to explore the Earth's vast oceans, from the tropical coral reefs to the planet's frozen poles. David Attenborough(Host)
3:00 PM
The Blue Planet II The Deep (Repeat, TV-G) An abundance of life thrives in the pitch-black darkness of the seabed, which is the largest living space on Earth, but also the least-explored. David Attenborough(Host)
4:00 PM
The Blue Planet II Coral Reefs (Repeat, TV-G) While survival in coral reefs can be a challenge, creatures have found many solutions; a turtle uses trickery to skip the line for an underwater "health spa." David Attenborough(Host)
5:00 PM
The Blue Planet II Big Blue (Repeat, TV-PG) Far from the shore, a marine desert has almost nothing to eat, but houses some of the largest creatures on Earth; sperm whales hunt for squid 3,000 feet deep. David Attenborough(Host)
6:00 PM
The Blue Planet II Green Seas (Repeat, TV-G) In the green seas of the Earth, sunlight brings life to vast kelp forests, mangroves, seagrass prairies and algae blooms, and animals fight for space and food. David Attenborough(Host)
7:00 PM
The Blue Planet II Coasts (Repeat, TV-PG) At the coast, land and sea collide, creating a dynamic and challenging habitat that encapsulates the ways wildlife survives in an ever-changing world. David Attenborough(Host)
8:00 PM
The Blue Planet II One Ocean (Repeat, TV-PG) Using new technology, oceanographers travel beneath the waves to explore the Earth's vast oceans, from the tropical coral reefs to the planet's frozen poles. David Attenborough(Host)
9:00 PM
The Blue Planet II Coral Reefs (Repeat, TV-G) While survival in coral reefs can be a challenge, creatures have found many solutions; a turtle uses trickery to skip the line for an underwater "health spa." David Attenborough(Host)
10:00 PM
The Blue Planet II Big Blue (Repeat, TV-PG) Far from the shore, a marine desert has almost nothing to eat, but houses some of the largest creatures on Earth; sperm whales hunt for squid 3,000 feet deep. David Attenborough(Host)
11:00 PM
The Graham Norton Show (New, TV-MA) Out-and-about Irish funnyman Graham Norton interviews guests and discusses a wide variety of quirky topics from pet toys to scandalous celebrity gossip. Graham Norton(Host)
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