Tsunami Caught on Camera
(Discovery Channel, Monday, 9 p.m.)
Five years after Tsunami hit the Indian soil, the programme accounts the ordeal of people who were hit by one of the deadliest disasters in history.
On Christmas eve, 2004, across the Indian Ocean, tourists from around the globe were enjoying dream holidays in the sun.
But none of the them knew that the very next day their video cameras would capture one of the most devastating natural disasters in recorded history, which would leave nearly 2,50,000 dead in 14 countries.
This programme is a moving true story of the tsunami told through the eyes of those who were there.
Shot by ordinary people across the tsunami's huge impact area, the remarkable amateur footage reveals what happened when the waves, caused by a massive underwater earthquake, hit land.
Echo and the Elephants of Amboseli
(Animal Planet, Monday, 10 p.m.)
Beneath the boundless African skies of the Amboseli National Park, African elephant, Echo, leads her herd as she has done for decades.
The wise and experienced mother continues to guide and protect her family – though famine, drought, birth and death; from predators and angry Maasai farmers.
Follow Echo and the group as they face challenges of surviving the extreme bush terrain.
Find out if she will be strong enough to uphold the chances of survival as the harsh African drought peaks.