In this bird’s-eye view of two continents, demoiselle cranes negotiate a dangerous Himalayan pass on their way to India while high-flying bar-headed geese take the fast track 5 miles above.
When Thai girl Shui-Mei falls for nice-guy Hong Kong tourist Bon (Kwok-Pong Chan), she gets her wizard brother Laimi (Ben Ng) to use his powerful magic to help her get her man; Shui-Mei's plan backfires, however, when the spell is accidentally intercepted by Bon's three sex-mad pals, and she finds herself participating in an unexpected all-night-long foursome. After the magic wears off, Shui-Mei realises her terrible mistake, panics, and falls on a knife. Understandably upset, Laimi swears revenge…
The Dona Paz collided with an oil tanker off Mindoro Island in the Philippines. It was the world's maritime disaster since the Titanic.
Snakes are one of the most fearsome creatures on the planet and Asia is the hotspot where you are most likely to get bitten. But which is the deadliest? And should we be truly afraid? To find out, international venom doctor Bryan Fry goes on a journey from the townships of India to the jungles of Indonesia to come fang-to-face with some of the most dangerous snakes in Asia. Follow as he rates the dangers and discovers the killer cocktail of venom, opportunity and aggression needed for the crown of Asia's deadliest snake.
Kingdom Of The Coast explores the ongoing struggle between land and sea along Asia's vast coastline, including a look at the life of Indonesia's Pigmy Sea Horse in its natural habitat in the Lembeh Strait, despite strong currents and the extremely small size of the sea horse. The Pigmy Sea Horse measures just 8-10mm high and lives on the spectacular coral reefs of Indonesia. Here it demonstrates fascinating strategies for survival which include camouflage and an unusual sharing of reproductive responsibility.
Monsoon - India's god of life is a fascinating chronicle of how the wild animals of India cope with the hardship of summer and how the arrival of the monsoon transforms their lives and the land they live in. The monsoon is a great benefactor that replenishes water and rejuvenates the land. But sometimes it can also overwhelm with its abundance, unleashing floods that cause death and destruction.