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Science & Nature documentaries on Freeview Play

Learn more about our planet and the universe with Science and Nature documentaries on Freeview Play.

Secret Life of the Safari Park

From baboons to buffalo, and from rhinos to lions, this series gets up close with the world's greatest and rarest species, at Knowsley Safari.

Watch now on Channel 4


On a three-month mission to help save the Congo’s eastern lowland gorillas from extinction, cameraman Vianet Djenguet comes face to face with Kahuzi-Biega’s largest wild silverback. 

Watch now on BBC iPlayer

Wild Scandinavia

Discover a land of hauntingly beautiful coasts, magical forests, and volcanic and arctic extremes - and the lynx, orcas, puffins and wolves who call this frozen kingdom home.

Watch now on BBC iPlayer

Attenborough and the Giant Sea Monster

Sir David Attenborough investigates the discovery of a lifetime: the giant skull of a prehistoric sea monster, known as a pliosaur – the Tyrannosaurus rex of the seas! 

Watch now on BBC iPlayer

Secrets of the Aquarium

Transporting turtles, hugging fish and swimming with sharks - all in a day's work. Head under the water as the dedicated team reveal the secrets of Britain's biggest aquarium.

Watch now on BBC iPlayer

Big Little Journeys

Tiny creatures, epic journeys. Dive into the extraordinary worlds of mini but mighty animals on the biggest adventures of their lives.

Watch now on BBC iPlayer

Fletchers' Family Farm

Kelvin Fletcher and his family share an intimate insight into rural life - in this episode, the family are in the midst of their busiest lambing season ever and enter pig breeding.

Watch now on ITVX

Fletchers' Family Farm - ITVX

Wonders of the Moon with Dara O'Briain

Dara explores the ways in which the moon shapes just about everything around us.

Watch now on My5

Wonders of the Moon with Dara O'Briain - My5


There's nothing else like it. Chris Packham reveals the epic, 4.5-billion-year story of our home - from its dramatic creation to the arrival of human life... and whatever's next.

Watch now on BBC iPlayer

Why Sharks Attack

After three recent fatal shark attacks in Egypt, this film investigates whether pressure from human activity and climate change is altering the behaviour of sharks.

Watch now on BBC iPlayer

Why Sharks Attack - BBC iPlayer

Great British Dog Walks with Phil Spencer

Swapping smart suits for walking boots, Phil Spencer and his beloved dog, Luna, explore one of the country's most beautiful and iconic walking routes, Alfred Wainwright's Coast to Coast Path.

Watch now on Channel 4

Great British Dog Walks - Channel 4

Our Changing Planet

Seven years. Six habitats. One planet. Charting our world's most threatened ecosystems - a unique global portrait of extraordinary change and the hope of groundbreaking solutions.

Watch now on BBC iPlayer

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