vendredi 30 septembre 2011

BBC Life on Earth

BBC Life on Earth (10 EPS) HD


 Life is a nature documentary series made by BBC television, first broadcast as part of the BBC's Darwin Season[1] on BBC One and BBC HD from October to December 2009.[2] The series takes a global view of the specialised strategies and extreme behaviour that living things have developed in order to survive; what Charles Darwin termed "the struggle for existence". Four years in the making, the series was shot entirely in high definition.[3]

The UK broadcast of Life consists of ten 50-minute episodes. The opening programme gives a general introduction to the series, a second looks at plants, and the remainder are dedicated to the major animal groups. They aim to show common features that have contributed to the success of each group, and to document intimate and dramatic moments in the lives of selected species chosen for their charisma or their extraordinary behaviour. A ten-minute making-of feature Life on Location aired at the end of each episode, taking the total running time to 60 minutes.

Life is produced by the BBC Natural History Unit in association with the Discovery Channel, Skai TV and the Open University. The original script, used in the British and Canadian versions of the series, was written and narrated by David Attenborough.




BBC Life E01 Challenges of life 2009 1080p CHD

BBC Life E02 Reptiles and amphibians 2009 1080p CHD

BBC Life E03 Mammals 2009 1080p CHD

BBC Life E04 Fish 2009 1080p CHD

BBC Life E05 Birds 2009 1080p CHD

BBC Life E06 Insects 2009 1080p CHD

BBC Life E07 Hunters And Hunted 2009 1080p CHD

BBC Life E08 Creatures Of The Deep 2009 1080p CHD 


BBC Life E09 Plants 2009 1080p CHD

BBC Life E10 Primates1080p CHD









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