101: EVERGLADES: TO HELL AND BACK ©1999 - has aired on the Discovery Channel
To many, the Everglades is a place that appears like a scene from the age of the dinosaurs. It is a place where a slow-moving mass of water more than 60 kilometers (approx. 37 miles) wide advances only 30 centimeters (12 in.) every hour. It is a place where the habitat changes dramatically as you drop only 60 centimeters (23.6 in.) in altitude, and also a place where an abundance of life can be fround, from big cats and alligators to sharks.
102: GREAT NATURAL WONDERS OF THE WORLD ©2002 - has aired on the National Geographic Channel
From the highest, coldest summit to the lowest, hottest place on Earth, from the world's tallest waterfalls to its most impressive caverns, GREAT NATURAL WONDERS OF THE WORLD celebrates the wealth of natural phenomena that makes Planet Earth so varied, distinctive and spectacularly beautiful. David Attenborough travels across the seven continents in this intrepid quest. He begins in North America, witnessing dawn in the forbidding terrain of Death Valley. He completes his global journey in the world's most isolated wild place, Antarctica.
103: MYSTERY OF THE JURASSIC ©2002 - has aired on the Discovery Science Channel
The BBC's series "Horizon" joins a major trek to a remote plateau in Argentina, to unearth the real Jurassic Park. Many scientists believe this incredible site could be the most significant dinosaur find ever. In one huge outcrop of rock lies a complete snapshot of life in the Middle Jurassic, the most mysterious period in the story of the dinosaurs. By following the dinosaur dig this film recreates, through spectacular graphics, the whole world of this era.