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Eden

   
6:00am
Teleshopping
A chance to buy goods from the comfort of home

Category Leisure/Hobbies
Rating
2.5
 
   
9:00am
The Zoo
Season 7 Episode 3 of 9
Helen takes a trip to the Republic of the Congo, venturing into the country's swamps and rainforests to visit a project supported by Dublin Zoo. Zookeeper Yvonne does some charity work with Hedgehog Rescue Dublin, and the Asian leaf turtle habitat is redecorated

Category Education/Science/Factual
Rating
6
 
   
9:35am
Jungle Planet
Season 1 Episode 2 of 26
The Ancient Jungle The jungles of Borneo and Southeast Asia, which are among the oldest in the world and are inhabited by a unique and exclusive fauna, with its own special characteristics

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles)
Not Yet Rated
 
   
10:00am
Rhino Orphanage
Season 1 Episode 2 of 3
The two oldest rhinos are set to be released back into the wild, three others go missing, while the younger rhinos make steady progress toward health and happiness

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles)
Not Yet Rated
 
   
11:00am
Africa
Season 1 Episode 2 of 6
Savannah David Attenborough continues his exploration of the continent in east Africa, which is a haven for life and supports a higher density of large mammals than anywhere else on Earth. From dense forests to snow-capped peaks, steamy swamps to endless savannah, it's also a land of unpredictable extremes, where creatures must adapt to survive. In Tanzania, a tiny lizard risks its life to eat flies from the face of a sleepy lion. The nesting habits of the 4ft shoebill are also captured on camera - the giant bird has two chicks, but due to sibling rivalry only one will survive. On the plains of Amboseli, a baby elephant is near to death in the drought, so its mother leaves the herd to stay with her offspring until the bitter end

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
6.5
 
   
12:00pm
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
Season 4 Episode 6 of 6
Ferocious Fighters The evolutionary documentary concludes, as David Attenborough profiles the Siamese fighting fish, so aggressive it will fight its own reflection until it is exhausted. He also looks at the kangaroo - once pitted against humans in the boxing ring - which has a kick so strong it can kill

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
4.7
 
   
12:30pm
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
Season 1 Episode 1 of 5
Stretched to the Limit David Attenborough explores nature's evolutionary anomalies and examines two creatures whose stretched features have given them an edge in the natural world. The chameleon has an extra-long tongue that helps it catch prey and the giraffe's neck is so long it is easily able to reach the tops of trees for food

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
4.7
 
   
1:00pm
Ganges
Season 1 Episode 1 of 3
Daughter of the Mountains Exploring the story of the river, following its course from the Himalayas to their foothills. The programme reveals its enormous influence on the day-to-day living of a continent, how it has shaped Indian culture and religion and why it attracts a vast array of wildlife including snow leopards, Asiatic brown bears and bearded vultures

Category News/Current Affairs
(Subtitles)
Rating
6.6
 
   
2:00pm
Earth: The Power of the Planet
Season 1 Episode 2 of 5
Atmosphere Dr Iain Stewart examines Earth's unique atmosphere, revealing how it was initially made up of noxious volcanic gases until the emergence of life forms gave the planet oxygen. He also visits Argentina to explain how the atmosphere affects the weather - and almost loses his eyebrows during an experiment designed to demonstrate how methane is escaping through the permafrost in Siberia

Category News/Current Affairs
(Subtitles)
Rating
7.9
 
   
3:00pm
The Zoo
Season 7 Episode 3 of 9
Helen takes a trip to the Republic of the Congo, venturing into the country's swamps and rainforests to visit a project supported by Dublin Zoo. Zookeeper Yvonne does some charity work with Hedgehog Rescue Dublin, and the Asian leaf turtle habitat is redecorated

Category Education/Science/Factual
Rating
6
 
   
3:30pm
Jungle Planet
Season 1 Episode 2 of 26
The Ancient Jungle The jungles of Borneo and Southeast Asia, which are among the oldest in the world and are inhabited by a unique and exclusive fauna, with its own special characteristics

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles)
Not Yet Rated
 
   
4:00pm
Rhino Orphanage
Season 1 Episode 2 of 3
The two oldest rhinos are set to be released back into the wild, three others go missing, while the younger rhinos make steady progress toward health and happiness

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles)
Not Yet Rated
 
   
5:00pm
Africa
Season 1 Episode 2 of 6
Savannah David Attenborough continues his exploration of the continent in east Africa, which is a haven for life and supports a higher density of large mammals than anywhere else on Earth. From dense forests to snow-capped peaks, steamy swamps to endless savannah, it's also a land of unpredictable extremes, where creatures must adapt to survive. In Tanzania, a tiny lizard risks its life to eat flies from the face of a sleepy lion. The nesting habits of the 4ft shoebill are also captured on camera - the giant bird has two chicks, but due to sibling rivalry only one will survive. On the plains of Amboseli, a baby elephant is near to death in the drought, so its mother leaves the herd to stay with her offspring until the bitter end

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
6.5
 
   
6:00pm
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
Season 4 Episode 6 of 6
Ferocious Fighters The evolutionary documentary concludes, as David Attenborough profiles the Siamese fighting fish, so aggressive it will fight its own reflection until it is exhausted. He also looks at the kangaroo - once pitted against humans in the boxing ring - which has a kick so strong it can kill

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
4.7
 
   
6:30pm
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
Season 1 Episode 1 of 5
Stretched to the Limit David Attenborough explores nature's evolutionary anomalies and examines two creatures whose stretched features have given them an edge in the natural world. The chameleon has an extra-long tongue that helps it catch prey and the giraffe's neck is so long it is easily able to reach the tops of trees for food

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
4.7
 
   
7:00pm
Ganges
Season 1 Episode 1 of 3
Daughter of the Mountains Exploring the story of the river, following its course from the Himalayas to their foothills. The programme reveals its enormous influence on the day-to-day living of a continent, how it has shaped Indian culture and religion and why it attracts a vast array of wildlife including snow leopards, Asiatic brown bears and bearded vultures

Category News/Current Affairs
(Subtitles)
Rating
6.6
 
   
8:00pm
Earth: The Power of the Planet
Season 1 Episode 2 of 5
Atmosphere Dr Iain Stewart examines Earth's unique atmosphere, revealing how it was initially made up of noxious volcanic gases until the emergence of life forms gave the planet oxygen. He also visits Argentina to explain how the atmosphere affects the weather - and almost loses his eyebrows during an experiment designed to demonstrate how methane is escaping through the permafrost in Siberia

Category News/Current Affairs
(Subtitles)
Rating
7.9
 
   
9:00pm
The Zoo
Season 7 Episode 3 of 9
Helen takes a trip to the Republic of the Congo, venturing into the country's swamps and rainforests to visit a project supported by Dublin Zoo. Zookeeper Yvonne does some charity work with Hedgehog Rescue Dublin, and the Asian leaf turtle habitat is redecorated

Category Education/Science/Factual
Rating
6
 
   
9:30pm
Jungle Planet
Season 1 Episode 2 of 26
The Ancient Jungle The jungles of Borneo and Southeast Asia, which are among the oldest in the world and are inhabited by a unique and exclusive fauna, with its own special characteristics

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles)
Not Yet Rated
 
   
10:00pm
Rhino Orphanage
Season 1 Episode 2 of 3
The two oldest rhinos are set to be released back into the wild, three others go missing, while the younger rhinos make steady progress toward health and happiness

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles)
Not Yet Rated
 
   
11:00pm
Africa
Season 1 Episode 2 of 6
Savannah David Attenborough continues his exploration of the continent in east Africa, which is a haven for life and supports a higher density of large mammals than anywhere else on Earth. From dense forests to snow-capped peaks, steamy swamps to endless savannah, it's also a land of unpredictable extremes, where creatures must adapt to survive. In Tanzania, a tiny lizard risks its life to eat flies from the face of a sleepy lion. The nesting habits of the 4ft shoebill are also captured on camera - the giant bird has two chicks, but due to sibling rivalry only one will survive. On the plains of Amboseli, a baby elephant is near to death in the drought, so its mother leaves the herd to stay with her offspring until the bitter end

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
6.5
 
   
12:00am
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
Season 4 Episode 6 of 6
Ferocious Fighters The evolutionary documentary concludes, as David Attenborough profiles the Siamese fighting fish, so aggressive it will fight its own reflection until it is exhausted. He also looks at the kangaroo - once pitted against humans in the boxing ring - which has a kick so strong it can kill

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
4.7
 
   
12:30am
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
Season 1 Episode 1 of 5
Stretched to the Limit David Attenborough explores nature's evolutionary anomalies and examines two creatures whose stretched features have given them an edge in the natural world. The chameleon has an extra-long tongue that helps it catch prey and the giraffe's neck is so long it is easily able to reach the tops of trees for food

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
4.7
 
   
1:00am
Ganges
Season 1 Episode 1 of 3
Daughter of the Mountains Exploring the story of the river, following its course from the Himalayas to their foothills. The programme reveals its enormous influence on the day-to-day living of a continent, how it has shaped Indian culture and religion and why it attracts a vast array of wildlife including snow leopards, Asiatic brown bears and bearded vultures

Category News/Current Affairs
(Subtitles)
Rating
6.6
 
   
2:00am
Earth: The Power of the Planet
Season 1 Episode 2 of 5
Atmosphere Dr Iain Stewart examines Earth's unique atmosphere, revealing how it was initially made up of noxious volcanic gases until the emergence of life forms gave the planet oxygen. He also visits Argentina to explain how the atmosphere affects the weather - and almost loses his eyebrows during an experiment designed to demonstrate how methane is escaping through the permafrost in Siberia

Category News/Current Affairs
(Subtitles)
Rating
7.9
 
   
3:00am
The Zoo
Season 7 Episode 3 of 9
Helen takes a trip to the Republic of the Congo, venturing into the country's swamps and rainforests to visit a project supported by Dublin Zoo. Zookeeper Yvonne does some charity work with Hedgehog Rescue Dublin, and the Asian leaf turtle habitat is redecorated

Category Education/Science/Factual
Rating
6
 
   
3:25am
Jungle Planet
Season 1 Episode 2 of 26
The Ancient Jungle The jungles of Borneo and Southeast Asia, which are among the oldest in the world and are inhabited by a unique and exclusive fauna, with its own special characteristics

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles)
Not Yet Rated
 
   
3:50am
Rhino Orphanage
Season 1 Episode 2 of 3
The two oldest rhinos are set to be released back into the wild, three others go missing, while the younger rhinos make steady progress toward health and happiness

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles)
Not Yet Rated
 
   
4:40am
Africa
Season 1 Episode 2 of 6
Savannah David Attenborough continues his exploration of the continent in east Africa, which is a haven for life and supports a higher density of large mammals than anywhere else on Earth. From dense forests to snow-capped peaks, steamy swamps to endless savannah, it's also a land of unpredictable extremes, where creatures must adapt to survive. In Tanzania, a tiny lizard risks its life to eat flies from the face of a sleepy lion. The nesting habits of the 4ft shoebill are also captured on camera - the giant bird has two chicks, but due to sibling rivalry only one will survive. On the plains of Amboseli, a baby elephant is near to death in the drought, so its mother leaves the herd to stay with her offspring until the bitter end

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
6.5
 
   
5:30am
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
Season 4 Episode 6 of 6
Ferocious Fighters The evolutionary documentary concludes, as David Attenborough profiles the Siamese fighting fish, so aggressive it will fight its own reflection until it is exhausted. He also looks at the kangaroo - once pitted against humans in the boxing ring - which has a kick so strong it can kill

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
4.7
 
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