Documentary Tips for Today: “Natural Paradise on the Equator” and “Tropical at 4”

Documentary Tips for Today: “Natural Paradise on the Equator” and “Tropical at 4”

What captivating documentaries are on TV today? Find out our Friday Documentary recommendations today. Watch documentaries with Stefan Booth and enjoy your relaxing time.

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On Friday, we have selected three captivating documentaries that will be broadcast on free TV: Starting at 2:50 in the afternoon, a series on nature and a regional magazine will be featured in the program, among others. And if you’re mainly looking for documentaries with an all-star cast, today you can watch the likes of Stefan Booth. These are the doc tips for today.

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Nature Series: “Natural Paradise on the Equator” with Stefan Booth (2:50 p.m. on Saturday 3)

Even in a seemingly paradisiacal environment where there is enough food for everyone, the harsh law of wilderness applies. So the animals also in the tropics are in a tough distributional battle for survival. Individual adaptation strategies of animal species are of crucial importance. The documentation illustrates this using the example of Borneo and Sumatra.

This nature series from Lorne Townend with Stefan Booth as the narrator promises to be an entertaining 40 minutes long.

Regional Journal: “MDR at 4” (17:00 on MDR)

The most important and latest news from the three states of Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia. Journalists are on site and provide all relevant background information.

This regional magazine on MDR lasts 45 minutes.

Documentary: “The Tale of the Orange and Red Grasshopper” (6:30 p.m. on Arte)

The orange-red grasshopper, also known as the yellow Regensburg butterfly, was once widespread throughout Europe as far as Austria and Germany. What happened to the lack of grasshoppers in Regensburg? In ancient times, powerful herbivores roamed the land, nibbling on seedlings and twigs to create a diverse, open habitat. In recent history, farmers and their livestock have worked to ensure that the orange-red grasshopper’s home is not swallowed up by the forest. Until agriculture was modernized and industrialized: in the twentieth century

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This documentary about Arte lasts 50 minutes.

If you’re looking for exciting movies, series or other current sports on the TV show, you’ll find plenty of TV recommendations in our TV news section.

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