The natural history slate also features Deadly Pole to Pole (30×30’) in which British naturalist, writer and television presenter, Steve Backshall, embarks on an epic journey from the Arctic to the Antarctic in search of the deadliest animals on Earth.

How to Build a Planet (2×50’) introduces the greatest ever engineering project designed to build planets, solar systems and galaxies from scratch and, using stunning interactive CGI, it reveals step by step how a world is put together. The series is a BBC/Science Channel co-production and the presenter-led version features Richard Hammond (Top Gear).

Factual entertainment titles include The Moaning of Life, a funny and insightful five-part travelogue with a difference, presented by Karl Pilkington (An Idiot Abroad) as well as the 20th series of the world’s most popular car show Top Gear with special highlights including Top Gear Top Fails, Top Gear: The Worst Car In The History of The World, Top Gear’s Top 41 and Top Gear Festival: Sydney.