Natural World: Queen of the Savannahis a documentary which may give make you pause for thought before tucking into your honey on toast in the morning.
Narrated by comedienne Tamsin Greig, the programme provides an interesting insight into the adventures of an African honeybee colony and its quest to protect its queen from both the harsh Savannah elements and various intruders, including man.
Though for the most part it is well produced, with careful slow motion and high resolution shots, there are some which seem unnecessarily arty.
But the programme portrays a fascinating behind-the-scenes look into the bees incredible dedication to the colony.
The final 10 minutes features the plight of the British honeybee which has been forced to embrace inner-city living.
Though it may sound a bit more like a public service announcement in tone in comparison to the rest of the documentary, it does provide some interesting facts which may boost your skills in a particular kind of pub quiz.
Natural World: Queen of the Savannahwas broadcast on BBC 2 last night at 8pm.