From the makers of Earthflight and Polar Bear Spy on the Ice, the spycameras are back with this latest BBC series. This time they travel to Antarctica and the southern oceans, where they focus on the most charismatic and popular bird on Earth the penguin. Spycameras cleverly disguised as life size penguins infiltrate the colonies to capture their emotional and often amusing lives.
Telling stories that matter - Body Matters, a series of programmes on BBC One Wales looking at our relationships with our bodies. Welsh teenagers are among the first generation to be bombarded daily by digital images of 'perfect' bodies and lifestyles on social media. Illnesses like anorexia and body dysmorphia are on the rise, and more Welsh teenagers than ever before need support for mental health problems. Body image has never been more important and more misunderstood. Teenagers have instant access to a global selection of role models, but it's impossible to compete with the 'perfect' bodies and 'glamorous' lives on show.
Telling stories that matter - Body Matters, a series of programmes on BBC One Wales looking at our relationships with our bodies. Connie Fisher won't go out without make-up. For her and many women in Wales, putting on her face is part of her daily routine. The average woman spends two years of her life putting on an estimated £12,000 worth of cosmetics. Connie asks why she and countless other women do it - and who they are doing it for. Is it to find a mate, is it insecurity or is it pressure from society? While Connie investigates women's commitment to make-up, a group of football boys find out how hard it is to put on the perfect mascara.