In this second and final installment, Chris Packham looks at some of the most extraordinary behaviour and extreme adaptations that animals have used to survive. He discovers the secret of a frog that can bring itself back to life from a frozen state, unmasks the slimy creature responsible for a mysterious oceanic ooze and delves into the underworld of real-life 'zombies'.
Nature's Weirdest Events. BBC2: 8.00pm
Story by Sheena McGinley | 12:01 | Thursday 3rd January 2013 | TV Highlights
This new supernatural thriller marks Monty Python star Michael Palin's first acting roles in twenty years as he plays an...BBC One |
TG4: 5.00am and 10.00am
Set your alarm for the wee hours this Sunday morning if you want to see Olympic champion Katie Taylor defend her title at...TG4 |
Wooly Mammoth: The Autopsy
Channel 4: 8.00pm
You probably saw in the news last year that an extraordinarily well-preserved woolly mammoth was found in Siberia, which...
Live Serie A: AC Milan v Inter...
Setanta Ireland: 7.40pm
It's one of the biggest matches in the Italian footballing calendar every season, but perhaps this year it will prove to be...
Paul Spector has proved as terrifying as ever in this second season of The Fall, although he does certainly pull off the...RTE One |
The X Factor Results
TV3: 8.00pm + UTV: 8.00pm
Things are heating up in X Factor land as it's down to the final eight now, although it still looks like there's about...