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Tanveer and Priyanka with their dogs

A couple travels across India with their two dogs on the new show, Life Off The Leash on Sony BBC Earth

Life Off The Leash chronicles the expeditions of travel enthusiasts Tanveer Taj and Priyanka Jena with their dogs Frodo and Cruise

Published on 29th May 2021
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Sony BBC Earth's three-part series, The Age of Nature, decodes the bond between mankind and nature

Inspired by the Panama Canal 30 years ago, The Age of Nature, a three-part docu series, is about the importance of nature.We catch up with Britain-based Patrick Morris to learn more about the show.

Published on 16th April 2021
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Diver-tuned-conservationist Nayantara Jain on restoring coral reefs, swimming with sharks and Blue Planet Revisited

Marine biologist Nayantara Jain talks about coastal rescue centres, restoring coral reefs and how nature shows help dispel fear of the unknown blue.

Published on 22nd January 2021
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30 years of Hubble: The world’s most famous telescope takes centre stage in Sony BBC Earth’s new show

Executive producer Steve Crabtree and Bethany Downer of the European Space Agency talk about the legacy of the Hubble and its inevitable future

Published on 25th December 2020
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Gavin Boyland's Primates reveals all you need to know about the monkey family

Gavin Boyland’s latest show, Primates reveal the strategies monkeys use to survive in the most unexpected places

Published on 18th December 2020
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Deadly 60: Steve Backshall on tracking the world's most fearsome creatures

Offering some stunning footage and fun facts, Deadly 60 lets you get up-close-and-personal with some of the world’s most fearsome creatures as Steve Backshall travel around the world to find them.

Published on 13th November 2020
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Animal Impossible: Tim Warwood and Adam Gendle's quest to find answers to nature's burning questions 

Presenters of Animal Impossible, Tim Warwood and Adam Gendle talk about the daring quest they take to find answers to some of nature’s most burning questions

Published on 30th October 2020
Spy in the Wild II

Spy cameras disguised as animals once again infiltrate the wild in Season 2 of BBC Earth's Spy in the Wild

We got chatting with series producers Philip Dalton and Matthew Gordon about the series, their favourite revelations during the season and what it takes to be part of a herd.

Published on 17th September 2020
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World on Fire: Blake Harrison on the series that delves into lives of everyday people on the European war front 

We caught up with the actor — who shared with us some insightful experiences from the sets, what he best loves about his character and stories of the war that he grew up on.

Published on 14th August 2020
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Must watch: Sony BBC Earth's new documentary Coronavirus: How To Isolate Yourself and other COVID-19 films

From a documentary about Wuhan to a film on how to deal with the unexpected crisis and uncertainty, watch these films this week

Published on 11th April 2020
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‘We’re just two degrees away from a climate catastrophe’: Andrew Cohen on Climate Change, The Facts

Have you ever wondered, could mankind go extinct in our lifetime, or perhaps, in this millennium? 

Published on 6th March 2020
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Mind the baby! A must-watch family show on animal offspring faced by global climate change 

The lives of animal babies are no doubt cute and adorable, but in the era of global climate change, they face challenges like never before — here’s a must-watch show for the entire family.

Published on 28th February 2020
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Soumik Datta’s travelogue, Rhythms of India, traces the country’s musical landscape from TM Krishna to DIVINE

The TV show premieres on Indian television this week

Published on 24th January 2020
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Wildlife special: Serenading the Sumatran Rhino and finding the real Abominable Snowman

You can talk about wildlife for hours with Emma Napper, the BBC Earth producer of shows such as Planet Earth II and the epic, Seven Worlds, One Planet.

Published on 10th January 2020
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