Watch our special selection of Earth Hour programmes
To celebrate Earth Hour, tune in to Sky for a specially curated set of programming showcasing our beautiful planet and the need to protect it – featuring Sir David Attenborough, Richard Hammond, Freddie Flintoff and model Lily Cole.
For the first time Sky, in collaboration with Discovery and National Geographic, will be launching a pan-European programming schedule, on linear and on demand. So whether you are in the UK, Ireland, Italy, Germany or Austria, you can enjoy some of the best programmes celebrating our beautiful planet.
Catch the Sky Movies special Earth Hour Collection, featuring family favourites Ice Age: The Meltdown, March of the Penguins, Monkey Kingdom and Rio 2.
Join Richard Hammond and Freddie Flintoff as they travel deep in the Amazon rainforest in Richard Hammond’s Jungle Quest and Freddie Flintoff’s Road to Nowhere.
Plus, learn about the threats polar bears now face with a changing climate in Evolution of the Polar Bear on Discovery and see how our favourite feline friends evolved in the Sky 1 documentary Big Cats: An Amazing Animal Family.
Earth Hour Programming - Scheduled highlights - Saturday 19th March
- Sky 1 takeover from 1-7pm:
- 1-3pm - Flintoff’s Road To Nowhere Pt 1 & 2
- 3-5pm – Richard Hammond’s Jungle Quest Pt 1 & 2
- 5-7pm – Big Cats: An Amazing Animal Family Pt 1 & 2
- Sky Movies special Earth Hour Collection, featuring family favourites Ice Age: The Meltdown, March of the Penguins, and Rio 2 (throughout the day, 19th March – check website for details)
- Discovery – Evolution of the Polar Bear (19:00, 19th March)
- Nat Geo – Man and the Wild (From 15:00, 19th March)
On Demand highlights:
- Attenborough Conquest of the Skies
- Attenborough Galapagos
- Richard Hammond’s Jungle Quest
- Freddie Flintoff’s Road to Nowhere
- Lily Cole’s Amazon Adventure
From 14 March 2016