Land of the Tiger, first broadcast by the BBC last year, is a celebration of the unique wildlife of the Indian subcontinent.

This vast area extends from Pakistan in the west to Bangladesh in the east, encompassing the Himalayan kingdoms of Bhutan and Nepal to the north and Sri Lanka to the south.

Naturalist and conservationist Valmik Thapar guides us through the region, which is home to over a thousand million people, yet still supports some of the world's most varied habitats and beautiful creatures.

Thapar's journey takes the viewer from the icy vastness of the Himalayas, home of the elusive snow leopard, to the lush forests dominated by the world's largest tiger population; from the arid beauty of the Rajasthan deserts to the superabundant life of the region's oceans.

In conjunction with BBC Worldwide, The Independent has six copies of the complete series (rrp pounds 19.99 each) to give away.

Please send a postcard with your name and address to Independent/Tiger Offer, The Independent, 1 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5DL by next Wednesday (8 April).