BBC One has unveiled its latest on-screen identity, complete with new logo and images for the channel.
The channel's logo has been given a makeover
Segments between programmes from 7 October will feature kites, the Moon, surfers and hippos.
They replace the current idents such as the Indian dancers and skateboarders, introduced in 2002.
BBC One controller Peter Fincham said: "In an increasingly competitive marketplace a channel needs to stand out from the crowd."
He added: "It's set in the everyday but shows people doing extraordinary things. It's got variety and range - everything from daredevil motorbikes to synchronised hippos. It's warm and it's dynamic."
The colour red has been maintained from the previous campaign, while the short films are based on a circle.
The films were shot around the world with Mexico and Croatia used as backdrops, along with UK locations including Northampton, Greenwich in London and Borth in mid-Wales.
Former BBC One controller Lorraine Heggessey scrapped the famous globe identity in 2002, after nearly 40 years as the symbol of the channel.