Earth: The Nature of Our Planet – Eden

A coati in Earth: The Nature of Our Planet

Eden’s new three-part series Earth: The Nature of Our Planet looks at the importance of air, land and water for Earth’s survival

Eden’s new three-part documentary Earth: The Nature of Our Planet looks at how life is determined by the elements – air, earth and water.

Shown on consecutive nights, and beginning with air, this episode reveals everything from the weather (some spectacular footage of tornadoes) to how air carries sound, ultrasonic waves, light and smell essential for animal survival.

A thunderstorm in Earth: The Nature of Our Planet

Air influences what type of weather we get, as we see in Eden’s Earth: The Nature of Our Planet

Highlights are seeing a flying lizard escaping a flying snake and South American coati cubs (pictured top) who use air to help sniff out a venomous spider.

Geography students might find this a useful revision tool if not a welcome distraction from their books.

For full listings, see our TV Guide.

TV Times rating: ****

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As TV Times Highlights Editor I get to hear about all the latest TV shows coming soon. Here at TVT HQ we are in the privileged position of selecting the best programmes from across all the channels and streaming platforms. Our mission is to make it easier for our readers to decide what to watch - and give them lots of choice of genres - all the latest shows, plus some nostalgic choices we call hidden gems, too. My career began with a postgraduate degree in periodical journalism (ahem, yes old school!) in 1991 and I’ve worked in TV media since 2000.