Presenters Jamie Theakston and Charlotte Avery start their journey from the south to the north of Europe in Almeria, Spain, visiting tourist spots and communities. Show more
Jamie Theakston and Charlotte Avery reach the French Alps, where they explore the snow-capped mountains and discover how Chamonix has developed as a holiday resort. Show more
Presenters Jamie Theakston and Charlotte Avery arrive in Germany to follow the river Rhine, seeing how the great river is used for travel and tourism. Show more
A look at how people deal with the climate during winter on Baffin Island, north Canada, where temperatures rarely rise above minus 25 degrees. Show more
Educational series about the climate. Monsoon rains sweep up the Indian sub-continent for months in the summer, bringing vital water but also risking disaster. Show more
Educational series about the climate. A look at the struggles of people in Tunisia, where life involves a constant battle against the heat and the sand.
Educational series about the climate. Children in North Yorkshire explore the weather patterns that make up their own climate, discovering how it has changed over time. Show more
Educational series. A look at the huge variety of climates in the world and the methods that animals, plants and people use to survive in these extremes. Show more
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Presenters Jamie Theakston and Charlotte Avery travel north through the Arctic Circle to Lulea in Sweden, where they join in with the local Christmas celebrations. Show more
Jamie Theakston and Marcelle Duprey find out more about the land of the pharaohs. This programme sets the scene as they search for a missing king.
Jamie Theakston and Marcelle Duprey investigate the land of the pharaohs. A look at ancient Egyptian food, farming and role of the Nile. Show more
Jamie Theakston and Marcelle Duprey find out more about the land of the pharaohs. What are `shabti', and why are they buried in tombs?
Jamie Theakston and Marcelle Duprey find out about the land of the pharaohs. In this edition, they visit the monuments of Giza, Luxor and Cairo.
Jamie Theakston and Marcelle Duprey find out more about the land of the pharaohs, visiting the Cairo Museum and the tomb of Tutankhamun. Show more
Some of the contrasting landscapes and life of Britain. This programme looks at Skye in the remote north west of Scotland.
Schools programme which shows how the river Nile in Egypt has given life to the desert, and how people in ancient and modern times live through agriculture and fishing. Show more
The final episode focuses on river management, such as pollution control, environmental improvement, monitoring flow and flood protection.
Vanessa Collingridge takes a closer look at how the river is used, from irrigation through generating power and cooling industrial processes to drinking water and sewage treatment. Show more
Geography programme for 9-11 year olds. A focus on the physical geography of the River Severn, from source to mouth.