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5 Queens

Focusing on the lives, personalities and resilience of five female big cats in India, 5 Queens documents how each animal builds and rules her queendom within both a male-dominated wild world, and a country becoming increasingly overpopulated with humans. 

The Battlefield

At the heart of one of India’s tiger reserves lies a tiny paradise, where grasslands and tropical forests are nestled amongst a sloping range of rocky mountains, and a large, sparkling lake is fed by roaring waterfalls. But, don’t let this Disney-esque appearance deceive you. This “utopia” is overrun with predators… tigers. But, just how many tigers is too many?

Night of the Tiger

Tigers are prolific, nocturnal predators. For the first time ever, using night-enhanced technology and light-sensitive cameras, an expert camera team gets unprecedented access to film the royal bengal tiger across one year of its life… at night.

A Fish Called Emma

A decades-long friendship between a man and an apex predator faces its ultimate test, as cutting-edge technology reveals the hidden world of sharks at night.


In a country with nearly 1.5 billion people, man versus wild conflicts are escalating at a rapid pace. Three leopards have managed to find a unique way to survive: by hiding in plain sight. Locals call these big cats: GHOST.

Tiger Academy

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From cub to tiger it takes two years of love, nurture, education and hard knocks to survive in the Indian wilds, but only 40% ever live to graduate Tiger Academy.

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