Kate Humble

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    The Spice Trail

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    The Spice Trail

    Kate Humble goes on the trail of some of the world’s most valuable spices revealing their history, trade, mythology and usage.

    $8.00
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    Yellowstone: Wildest Winter to Blazing Summer (2017)

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    Yellowstone: Wildest Winter to Blazing Summer (2017)

    Yellowstone is one of the most remarkable places on the planet. It’s home to North America’s most iconic wildlife, including grizzly bears, wolves, great grey owls, beavers and bison. Every year they must survive extreme weather as the thaw transforms this mountain wilderness from freezer to furnace.

    $15.00
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    Pacific Abyss

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    Pacific Abyss

    Pacific Abyss is a three-part series on British television’s, which first aired in Sunday 17 August 2008. It is hosted by Kate Humble, Mike Smart and Mike deGruy with filming beginning in April/May 2007.

    An underwater wildlife series in which takes the viewers into a 2,000 mile adventure across the Pacific with a team of top natural history filmmakers and deep water marine biologists. A 30-strong team took part in the expedition, to search for new species in the remote and unexplored areas as well as to glory in the marine life of some of the most incredible coral reefs anywhere on Earth.

    Micronesia has some of the deepest ocean trenches on the planet, with sheer walls often just a few hundred metres from the islands’ shores. These are the perfect locations for extraordinary diving, spectacular wildlife and the search for new fish species. The teams explore World War II wrecks, steep drop offs and deep caverns – all set against the ocean’s most dramatic underwater landscapes.

    Using the latest in scuba technology, the divers enter the least explored region of the ocean – the ‘Twilight Zone’, an area between 60 and 150 metres, including ROVs and a Newtsuit, allowing for extremely deep dives, as far as 225 metres, several new species were discovered.

    $8.00
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    Rough Science

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    Rough Science

    Rough Science is a British documentary reality television series made by the BBC in collaboration with the Open University. Six series were made between 2000 and 2005. It was broadcast in prime time on BBC Two and is considered something of a “break-out hit” for the Open University. Rough Science was first shown in 2000.

    The series’ formula consists of a group of four or five scientists with specialities in different fields who are given a task that they must complete using the natural resources of the surrounding area together with a small set of supplies. Each programme features a different task and follows the scientists as they use their knowledge and ingenuity in attempting to fulfil it and, in the process, educate the viewing public — despite failure being common.

    Each episode either requires the team to work together in smaller groups to create requirements for the overall challenge, for the small groups to fulfil vaguely related challenges or even to complete the same task in competition. It has been set in a different scenic location each series, typically somewhere with plenty of plants for use by the group. The presenter is Kate Humble and groups of scientists — most of the scientists appear in several series.

    $16.00
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    Springwatch

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    Springwatch

    Springwatch and Autumnwatch are paired annual BBC television series which chart the fortunes of British wildlife during the changing of the seasons in the United Kingdom. The programmes are broadcast live from locations around the country in a primetime evening slot on BBC Two and BBC HD. They require a crew of 100 and over 50 cameras, making them the BBC’s largest British outside broadcast events. Many of the cameras are hidden and operated remotely to record natural behaviour, for example, of birds in their nests and badgers outside their set.

    Springwatch begins on the Whitsun bank holiday and is broadcast four nights each week for three weeks. After the success of the first Springwatch in 2005, the BBC commissioned a one-off special, Autumnwatch, which became a full series in 2006. The Springwatch brand has expanded to incorporate further TV spin-offs and specials, and also has a strong online presence. The BBC Springwatch website offers further video content and allows viewers and programme makers to interact through a message board, Flickr photography group, blogs and the @BBCSpringwatch and @BBCAutumnwatch Twitter accounts.

    The executive producer of Springwatch and Autumnwatch is Tim Scoones and the score was composed by David Poore. It is made by the BBC Natural History Unit, but was originally commissioned by BBC Learning with the aim of getting viewers to actively participate in wildlife conservation.

    $24.00$32.00
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    Kate Humble: Living with Nomads

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    Kate Humble: Living with Nomads

    When she was a child, Kate Humble wanted to be a nomad. Living in some of the world’s most remote wildernesses, cheek by jowl with nature, seemed like such a wildly romantic existence.

    $8.00
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    Orbit Earth's Extraordinary Journey

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    Orbit Earth’s Extraordinary Journey

    Kate Humble presents this three-part documentary series charting a year in the life of Planet Earth as it makes its journey around the Sun. Every step of the Earth’s 940 kilometre, one-year journey around the sun is essential to maintaining life as…

    $24.00
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