Box set containing the complete BBC natural history series examining life beneath the world's oceans. 'The Blue Planet' presents an overview of the programmes to come, offering a sense of the amazing variety and complexity ofthe underwater kingdom. 'The Deep' exploresthe deepest depths of the oceans and looks atthe predators which live there. 'Open Ocean'examines the stretches of deserted sea wherevery little life can be found, except some of the most dangerous predators of all. In 'Frozen Seas' life in the Arctic seas is compared with life in the Antarctic. 'Seasonal Seas'looks at the way the sun effects the marineenvironment in the temperate seas. 'Coral Seas' examines the way coral reefs are formed, the life which flourishes among them, and thedestruction which ultimately comes their way.In 'Tidal Seas' the series examines tidal movements and their effect upon marine life. And finally 'Coasts' looks at the way underwater life uses the regions above the tide line,a habitat which holds few indigenous speciesbut plays host to many visitors. Also included are two special episodes: 'Making Waves', alook at some of the characters who helped bring the series to the screen; and 'Deep Trouble', an investigation of man's relation to the sea.