Wildlife television presenter Michaela Strachan is set to swap the screen for the stage this summer as she stars in Walking With Dinosaurs – The Arena Spectacular across the UK.
Seen by over 9 million people in more than 250 cities around the world, WALKING WITH DINOSAURS - The Arena Spectacular, is back. Be amazed and thrilled as the greatest creatures ever to walk the earth return before your eyes.
Liz traces her French and Indian ancestors roots on Who Do You Think you Are?
8th December on BBC One
Don't miss The One Show this evening on BBC One at 7pm - when Miranda Krestovnikoff presents 'Pawlease Stop Hunting'.
This Sunday on BBC One at 4.50pm - Gordon Buchanan narrates Animal Babies.
Tonight on the One Show at 7pm - don't miss Ben Garrod in 'Face Off'.
Tonight on The One Show at 7pm, Miranda goes in search of the elusive Dalmatian Pelican...
Look out for Doug Allan this Monday on BBC One at 9pm with Prof Brian Cox in the first episode of Forces of Nature
Tonight at 7pm on BBC One, Miranda Krestovnikoff and Professor Donald Broom set up an experiment to see if Wild Boar can use a mirror reflection to collect a food reward.
On BBC One this Bank Holiday Monday 7pm, Miranda Krestovnikoff sets up a pop up studio by the seaside in SECRETS OF THE SAND.
Thousands of zebra face lions, hunting dogs, drought and starvation as they undertake the world's most recently discovered migration. Braving one of Botswana's most brutal wildernesses, they make Africa's longest land migration to reach the rich grasslands of Nxai Pan National Park.
Liz Bonnin leads a team of scientists and film-makers using cutting-edge technology to attempt something that has never been done before - following the zebra on the ground, every step of the way, to reveal the secrets behind this brand new discovery.
Tonight on BBC One, Miranda Krestovnikoff joins Falconers Barry Blyther and Roxanne Peggie to film stunning birds-eye-views of the Scottish Highlands.