First transmitted in 1961, David Attenborough searches for the strange creatures that inhabit Madagascar. Is the gigantic bird, the rukh or roc, a creature of myth? Show more
First transmitted in 1961, David Attenborough encounters fish that walk on land, giant chameleons and the coelacanth. Show more
First transmitted in 1961, David Attenborough looks at how the people of Madagascar worship their ancestors. Show more
First transmitted in 1961, David Attenborough continues his search for the rare animals of Madagascar and finds ant lions, giant moths, mud wasps and several kinds of lemur. Show more
First transmitted in 1961, David Attenborough searches for one of the rarest animals of Madagascar, the indri - the largest of all the lemurs. Show more
David Attenborough captures a three-toed sloth and witnesses leafcutter ants at work as he travels to South America in search of rare and interesting animals.
David Attenborough's exploration of the forests of what was then British Guiana continues, as he searches for rare animals to film.
David Attenborough reports on the rare animals he found on an expedition to then British Guiana.
Another report from the expedition that recently returned from filming and capturing rare animals in the forests of South America.
David Attenborough introduces film of fishing and bird hunting trips. He also uses special apparatus to demonstrate the electricity produced by two electric eels in a tank in the studio.
David Attenborough presents a final report on his expedition to film and capture rare animals in the forests of South America.
First transmitted in 1956, David Attenborough and cameraman Charles Lagus begin their quest in Borneo, the first in the chain of islands they must cross in order to reach Komodo. Show more
First transmitted in 1956, David Attenborough and the Zoo Quest team venture to the islands of South East Asia in search of the legendary Komodo dragon. Show more
First transmitted in 1956, David Attenborough and his cameraman Charles Lagus explore the island of Java in their quest for the largest lizard in the world. Show more
First transmitted in 1956, the Zoo Quest team wander off the beaten track on the beautiful island of Bali, encountering curious villagers and remarkable creatures. Show more
David Attenborough begins his journey in search of birds of paradise at the Great Barrier Reef, discovering the fish, molluscs, sea anemones and birds that live among the coral.
David Attenborough's quest to find birds of paradise continues with a visit to Raine Island, home to seabirds and turtles.
David Attenborough's search for birds of paradise leads him to the New Guinea mountains, where he sets up base camp.
A focus on the people of the Wahgi Valley, as David Attenborough continues his search for birds of paradise along the Great Barrier Reef of Australia and in the mountains of New Guinea. Show more
Cameras follow David Attenborough's search for birds of paradise along Australia's Great Barrier Reef and into the mountains of New Guinea.