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Earth: the Power of the Planet

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC Two at 2010-06-06 17:55:00
2/5. Atmosphere: Dr Iain Stewart reveals the natural forces that shaped the earth. He traces the history of the atmosphere, from the ozone layer's creation to its current destruction.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC Two at 2010-05-30 18:10:00
1/5. Volcano: Documentary series. Dr Iain Stewart tells the story of planet Earth. Although they are destructive, volcanoes were crucial to the development of life on our planet.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC Two at 2010-05-30 17:10:00
1/5. Volcano: Documentary series. Dr Iain Stewart tells the story of planet Earth. Although they are destructive, volcanoes were crucial to the development of life on our planet.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC Two at 2008-08-31 19:00:00
Rare Earth: A look at the bigger picture, including Earth's place in space, and the greatest challenge facing this rare and remarkable planet.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC Two at 2008-08-31 18:00:00
Rare Earth: A look at the bigger picture, including Earth's place in space, and the greatest challenge facing this rare and remarkable planet.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC Two at 2008-08-24 17:45:00
Oceans: Dr Iain Stewart visits Hawaii and shows how the oceans capture energy from the wind. He also investigates what will happen to the oceans in the future as global warming takes hold.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC Two at 2008-08-24 16:45:00
Oceans: Dr Iain Stewart visits Hawaii and shows how the oceans capture energy from the wind. He also investigates what will happen to the oceans in the future as global warming takes hold.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC Two at 2008-08-17 18:00:00
Ice: Dr Iain Stewart visits the Jacobshavn glacier in Greenland, which has retreated 10 km in the last few years because of global warming.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC Two at 2008-08-17 17:00:00
Ice: Dr Iain Stewart visits the Jacobshavn glacier in Greenland, which has retreated 10 km in the last few years because of global warming.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC Two at 2008-08-10 18:00:00
Atmosphere: Dr Iain Stewart investigates earth's protective layer which wards off damaging cosmic rays and provides the life giving oxygen which we depend on for our very lives.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC Two at 2008-08-10 17:00:00
Atmosphere: Dr Iain Stewart investigates earth's protective layer which wards off damaging cosmic rays and provides the life giving oxygen which we depend on for our very lives.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC Two at 2008-08-03 18:00:00
Volcano: Dr Iain Stewart tells the story of planet Earth. Although they are destructive, volcanoes were crucial to the development of life on Earth.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC Two at 2008-08-03 17:00:00
Volcano: Dr Iain Stewart tells the story of planet Earth. Although they are destructive, volcanoes were crucial to the development of life on Earth.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC Two at 2008-06-11 10:30:00
Volcano: Dr Iain Stewart tells the story of planet Earth. Although they are destructive, volcanoes were crucial to the development of life on our planet.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC Two at 2008-06-11 09:30:00
Volcano: Dr Iain Stewart tells the story of planet Earth. Although they are destructive, volcanoes were crucial to the development of life on our planet.

> Earth: the Power of the Planet on BBC Four at 2008-05-17 20:30:00
5/5. Rare Earth: In the final film we look at the bigger picture - Earth's place in space. This rare and remarkable planet is facing its greatest challenge - us.

> Earth: the Power of the Planet on BBC Four at 2008-05-17 19:30:00
5/5. Rare Earth: In the final film we look at the bigger picture - Earth's place in space. This rare and remarkable planet is facing its greatest challenge - us.

> Earth: the Power of the Planet on BBC Four at 2008-04-12 19:10:00
1/5. Volcano: Volcanoes are usually seen as destructive, but Dr Iain Stewart shows that no force has played a more important role in creating the planet we know today.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC One at 2008-03-17 13:30:00
Geography series with Dr Iain Stewart. Iain travels to surfers' paradise Hawaii to learn more about oceans, explaining the difference between waves, tides and currents.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC Two at 2008-03-10 18:30:00
Oceans: The oceans are almost as ancient as the planet itself, but the oceans are far more than just reservoirs of water, they have transformed our planet.

> Earth: the Power of the Planet on BBC Four at 2008-02-17 22:00:00
5/5. Rare Earth: In the final film we look at the bigger picture - Earth's place in space. This rare and remarkable planet is facing its greatest challenge - us.

> Earth: the Power of the Planet on BBC Four at 2008-01-20 22:00:00
Ice: Iain Stewart is introduced to the world of ice 150 metres up a frozen waterfall. His precarious ice climb brings him face to face with one of the most extraordinary substances on Earth.

> Earth: the Power of the Planet on BBC Four at 2008-01-13 22:00:00
2/5. Atmosphere: Iain Stewart investigates the Earth's atmosphere by flying in a jet fighter that can go beyond the lower layer of the atmosphere into the stratosphere.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC One at 2007-12-13 02:45:00
Geography series with Dr Iain Stewart. Iain travels to surfers' paradise Hawaii to learn more about oceans, explaining the difference between waves, tides and currents.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC Two at 2007-12-11 21:00:00
Oceans: The oceans are almost as ancient as the planet itself, but the oceans are far more than just reservoirs of water, they have transformed our planet.

> Earth: The Power of the Planet on BBC One at 2007-12-06 02:25:00
Ice: Dr Iain Stewart tells the story of the Earth's geographical development. Ice isn't just something to put in your gin and tonic: it can also shape landscapes.

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