Environment and Natural History

This fascinating three part series explores three unique Australian islands and tells the stories of those who choose to live in these isolated locations.

Episode One: Seaweeds - ancient and neglected

The story of the wadering albatross on the Crozet Islands (in France) and the scientific work being done to track them at sea using satellite transmitters.

Antibiotics have saved millions of lives, but their misuse and overuse is making them less effective as bacteria develop resistance.  Despite scientists' warnings, anitbiotic prescriptions in many

The dog is man and woman's best friend, but how good a friend to your dog are you? We all like to think our dogs are really happy with us. But how can we be sure?

This is the story of two scientists who discover ancient human remains that challenge everything we know about human evolution.

Madison Stewart is a young woman with a passion for a creature of the deep that strikes fear in the hearts of most people - sharks.

In the vein of Hugh Fearnley-Wittingstall's River Cottage, Wild Kitchen uncovers Australian Indigenous chef Clayton Donovan's unique approach to food, while exploring the diverse landscape and cult

Australians have always been aware of great white sharks. They have split the community, and changed the rules. Off Perth's ocean beaches, sharks are attacking and killing more than ever before.

Technology is making alternative sources of energy cheaper, more user-friendly and, crucially, it's decentralising production to the rooftops of homes and commercial buildings across Australia.