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The BBC's effort to increase awareness about global warming takes a look at how the changing climate is affecting different animal species all over the world. Several celebrities from Britain take flight to areas around the world to take up the cause of a particular endangered species.
|S01E01||Sharing Planet Earth||24/06/2007||David Attenborough asks: 'What does our over-consumption mean for the rest of life that shares Planet Earth? Can a growing human population still leave space for wildlife?'|
|S01E02||Will Young: Saving Gorrillas||25/06/2007||Will Young makes an emotional journey into the heart of Africa, where he sees two very different sides of gorilla conservation.|
|S01E03||Fiona Bruce: Saving Tigers||26/06/2007||Tiger populations are collapsing. Fiona discovers that it's time for a new idea that can secure tiger populations in India forever.|
|S01E04||Edith Bowman: Saving Crocodiles||27/06/2007||Hunted for its skin, a rare Siamese crocodile thought to have been extinct has been discovered living in Cambodia. Edith Bowman travels there to see if this majestic animal can be saved.|
|S01E05||Carol Thatcher: Saving Albatross||28/06/2007||On the Falkland Islands, over 100,0000 black-browed albatross' are caught and drown on fish hooks every year. Carol Thatcher travels there to see whether this animal can be saved from extinction.|
|S01E06||Phil Tufnell: Saving Rhinos||29/06/2007||Phil Tufnell travels to the Indian province of Assam, home to 75% of the world's Indian rhinoceros population.|
|S01E07||Graham Norton: Saving Wolves||02/07/2007||Graham Norton travles to Ethiopia to look for the endangered Ethiopian Wolf, at risk for extinction due to canine diseases.|
|S01E08||Jack Osbourne: Saving Elephants||03/07/2007||As the population of Africa rises, competition and tension between the wildlife and humans increases. Jack Osbourne goes to the African nation of Namibia in search of the elephant, brought back from extinction only to be threatened once again.|
|S01E09||Saira Khan: Saving Turtles||05/07/2007||The turtle population of the world is declining by 150,000 every year due to egg poaching and fishing. Saira Khan goes to Sri Lanka to see what if anything can be done to solve this problem.|
|S01E10||Nick Knowles: Saving Orangutans||06/07/2007||As the rainforests of Borneo are being cut down to make room for palm oil plantations, the orangutans that call this place home are threatened. Nick Knowles goes to the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation to see how homeless and orphaned orangutans are being taken care of and learns what can be done to save this animal.|
|S00E01||Saving Planet Earth UK||04/07/2007||Fourteen specially tailored local programmes focusing on the plight of the UK's endangered wildlife and how to get involved in local conservation projects.|
|S00E02||Saving Planet Earth - Live (Part 1)||06/07/2007||Alan Titchmarsh and Graham Norton host a fund-raising event at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew featuring music and film reports.|
|S00E03||Saving Planet Earth – Live (Part 2)||06/07/2007||The Saving Planet Earth star-studded fundraising spectacular. Hosted by Alan Titchmarsh, with Graham Norton, the event comes live from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, in London.|
|S00E04||Running Wild||09/07/2007||On Saturday 23 June, Jon Culshaw, Les Dennis, Michaela Strachan, Kelli Young and Jeremy Edwards ran the Safaricom marathon. So what persuaded them to brave the blistering sun and rough terrain of the foothills of Mount Kenya? Kelli Young was hoping that her time in the Kenyan Bush would inspire new songs although she wasn't sure she'd enjoy the camping. A keen animal lover, Jeremy Edwards was relishing the prospect of running through the game reserve alongside rhino and elephant. Race helicopters and 100 game wardens were there to make sure the animals didn't get too close. Les Dennis was delighted to be supporting the cause, whilst Michaela Strachan compares marathon running to saving endangered species when she says, "it's a race against time". Jon Culshaw was persuaded to join the team when he met them in the pub after a training session. They are all doing their bit for endangered wildlife, you can do yours with a donation to the BBC Wildlife Fund.|