SERIES

  • LEGENDARY BATHHOUSES

    LEGENDARY BATHHOUSES

    We are immersed in elegant scenes of traditional temples to wellness. The focus is on design and architecture as well as the culture of bathhouses from various periods: the Géllert Thermal Bath in Budapest, the Sento Takara-yu in Tokyo, the Roman Baths in Bath and the Hamam Kılıç Ali Paşa in Istanbul.

  • HIMALAYA CALLING

    HIMALAYA CALLING

    A gripping road movie that follows two free spirits on a daredevil journey as they explore monumental landscapes on their motorcycles, discover the magic of foreign cultures, and laugh in the face of the toughest of trials. In six months they cover 28,000 kilometres, from Germany to Goa in India.

  • NEPAL – SO CLOSE TO HEAVEN

    NEPAL – SO CLOSE TO HEAVEN

    A land where primeval forests meet mountain deserts, with both tropical regions and icy peaks. One of the poorest countries in the world and yet a magical, mystical place, realm of the gods and a spiritual paradise. A journey to discover Nepal’s natural beauty and the people who make their lives in this harsh and remote setting.

  • ISLANDS OF ITALY

    ISLANDS OF ITALY

    Italy is one of Europe’s most attractive and popular travel destinations. And yet some regions are still largely undiscovered − especially away from the mainland. Flora and fauna make each of the country’s 200+ islands quite unique. We explore some of the most beautiful: the Tremiti Islands, Sicily and the Aeolian Islands.

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    PASSION PARANÁ

    The unique eco-system along the shores of the Paraná River in South America is under threat. We travel to South America and meet people who are fighting for their future and the conservation of the Paraná region.

  • IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE CISTERCIANS

    IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE CISTERCIANS

    We travel to France, Germany and Italy to find out about the fascinating world of the medieval Cistercian Order. The old traditions of their monasteries are still preserved and maintained to this day. What was the secret behind their incredible achievements and skills that helped them make such an important contribution to the cultural development of the western world?

  • SUPERSENSES – SUPER SIGHT

    SUPERSENSES – SUPER SIGHT

    A look into the amazing world of what animals really see and perceive. Using CGI and innovative natural history filming techniques, this fascinating, perception-skewing series casts the world as it appears to creatures across the planet, allowing the viewer to see like a beast, and perceive things in a totally new way.

  • SUPERSENSES – SUPER POWERS

    SUPERSENSES – SUPER POWERS

    A lizard that can run on water, a colourful crustacean with a deadly punch, a miniscule frog with skin that can kill, a beaver with iron-coated teeth, and a crocodile with a bite so strong, it can crush a car. The natural world is packed with incredible superpowers.

  • SUPERSENSES – INVISIBLE WORLD

    SUPERSENSES – INVISIBLE WORLD

    Sight and sound are two of humans’ most important senses, and to us the world seems full of dazzling colours and bustling noises. But compared to some animals, our senses are sorely limited. Beyond our scope of perception, there is an invisible world that humans know little about, but that some animals rely on in order to survive.

  • CARPATHIAN PREDATORS – REALM OF THE BEAR

    CARPATHIAN PREDATORS – REALM OF THE BEAR

    The Carpathian mountains stretch across seven European countries; a land of vast primeval forests, steep gorges and isolated peaks, that offers a precious refuge for some of the continent’s most charismatic creatures.

  • COLOMBIA’S WILD COAST – MARCH OF THE CRABS

    COLOMBIA’S WILD COAST – MARCH OF THE CRABS

    From the turbulent reefs of the Pacific Ocean, to the sun-bleached sands of the Caribbean Sea, ‘Colombia’s Wild Coast’ takes us on a trans-oceanic tour to two islands off the South American continent. Nestled oceans apart, evolution has bestowed to the islands a huge diversity of fascinating creatures, making their home in some of the most unique habitats on Earth.

  • COLOMBIA’S WILD COAST – GORGONA, SNAKE PRISON ISLAND

    COLOMBIA’S WILD COAST – GORGONA, SNAKE PRISON ISLAND

    From the turbulent reefs of the Pacific Ocean, to the sun-bleached sands of the Caribbean Sea, ‘Colombia’s Wild Coast’ takes us on a trans-oceanic tour to two islands off the South American continent. Nestled oceans apart, evolution has bestowed to the islands a huge diversity of fascinating creatures, making their home in some of the most unique habitats on Earth.