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We will start our journey in the Midway Islands, place at the middle of North Pacific, where we are going to discover how all the trash we generate leaves a heart breaking landscape to the Albatross that live there. Don’t miss the documental “Albatross” on Friday at 17:00 and Saturday at 10:30.

From this distant islands we continue our journey in a closer ones: the Canary Islands. There are a few places on earth that have such a diverse variety of terrain and range of climates concentrated in a relatively small area – temperate coastline, scorching arid deserts and tundra, tropical rainforests and frozen snow-capped mountains. And there are few places that are as heavily exploited by humans, yet remain a wilderness. You will be able to see “Islas Canarias: La vida en el límite” on Saturday at 17:00 and on Sunday at 13:00.

We continue our trip around the islands with the chapter of “Planeta Tierra II: islas” where we are going to discover how the remote islands are sanctuaries for some of the most exceptional creatures of the planet. You will be able to see it on Friday at 19:00 and on Saturday at 13:00.

Finally, we will leave the refreshing waters of the islands to go into the desolate furnace of Namibia where an unexpected predator survives. Desert lions roam the Namib, but with few adult males remaining, the population is under threat. Discover how the coalition of five adolescent brothers holds the key to the future of their kind with “Vanishing kings” on Saturday at 19:00 and Sunday at 11:00.

Author: Ricard Losarcos