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David Attenborough journeys across the polar regions of our planet.

Latest episodes

aired 22 days ago
A look at the extraordinary riches and wonders of the polar regions and the people that have been visiting them for thousands of years.
aired 22 days ago
The highlights from the series; a view of the entire polar year from winter through summer.
aired 22 days ago
Winter is the greatest test for life in the polar regions; in the Arctic, a female polar bear treks into the mountains to give birth; out on the frozen ocean, the entire population of the world's spectacled eider ducks braves the winter.
aired 22 days ago
Polar landscapes in autumn are transformed as the big freeze returns; in the Arctic, polar bears gather in large numbers on the coast to wait for the return of the ice; off the coast 2,000 beluga whales head for a special estuary.
aired 22 days ago
It is high summer in the polar regions, and the sun never sets; many species take advantage of the easier conditions, but summer is a tough time for the polar bear family, as their ice world melts away and the cubs take their first swimming lesson.
aired 22 days ago
Spring in the polar regions; the greatest seasonal transformation of the planet begins with the return of the sun.
aired 22 days ago
The North and South polar regions of the Earth; the Arctic and Antarctic are the greatest and least known wildernesses.
aired 210 days ago
Rising temperatures are transforming the Poles and the implications are far-reaching for their animal and human inhabitants.
aired 441 days ago
Filmmakers reveal the challenges they faced while making "Planet Earth: Frozen Planet."
aired 986 days ago
Spring in the polar regions; the greatest seasonal transformation of the planet begins with the return of the sun.
aired 986 days ago
The North and South polar regions of the Earth; the Arctic and Antarctic are the greatest and least known wildernesses.
aired 986 days ago
The highlights from the series; a view of the entire polar year from winter through summer.
aired 986 days ago
A look at the extraordinary riches and wonders of the polar regions and the people that have been visiting them for thousands of years.
aired 986 days ago
Winter is the greatest test for life in the polar regions; in the Arctic, a female polar bear treks into the mountains to give birth; out on the frozen ocean, the entire population of the world's spectacled eider ducks braves the winter.
aired 986 days ago
Polar landscapes in autumn are transformed as the big freeze returns; in the Arctic, polar bears gather in large numbers on the coast to wait for the return of the ice; off the coast 2,000 beluga whales head for a special estuary.
aired 987 days ago
Summer speeds up life for polar wildlife as they raise their young while the sun never sets.

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