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Canal Walks with Julia Bradbury
2. The Worcester and...
Liz McIvor explores how the nation's canal network was saved following years of neglect.
First shown: 28 Aug 2015
From game shows, to the space race and gothic literature - enjoy some BBC classics from across the decades.
2014-2015: 28. A Syrian Love Story
2014-2015: 8. Exposed: Magicians, Psychics...
How magician James Randi...
2013-2014: 25. Which Way is the Front Line...
Film about Tim...
2014-2015: 26. Circus Elephant Rampage
The story of Tyke, a...
Award-winning documentary telling the story of a family torn apart by the Assad regime.
First shown: 28 Sep 2015
How magician James Randi has debunked faith healers, fortune tellers and psychics.
First shown: 2 Nov 2014
Film about Tim Hetherington, the war photographer killed during the Libyan civil war.
First shown: 31 Mar 2014
A Japanese-led team of scientists attempt to shed light on the world of deep sea sharks.
First shown: 14 Jul 2015
Former postman Alan Johnson MP tells the story of 500 years of the Royal Mail.
First shown: 6 Oct 2015
Businesswoman Babs plans a networking event, but outspoken Chris threatens to derail it.
In the midst of winter, time-lapses show a magical country shrouded in frost and mist.
First shown: 2 Oct 2013
BBC Four | Collection
Music for Misfits: The Story of Indie
1. The DIY Movement
BBC Music John Peel Lecture
2. 2015: Brian Eno
Indie on BBC Four
A look at British indie music at a time when the industry was controlled by major labels.
First shown: 2 Oct 2015
Joy Division's story through live performance footage, photos, period films and audiotapes
First shown: 27 Feb 2015
Brian Eno delivers this year's BBC Music John Peel Lecture on the ecology of culture.
Yoko Ono introduces a special edition to mark what would have been Lennon's 60th birthday.
First shown: 27 Sep 2000
Dan Snow uses the latest technology to reveal the secrets of the Roman Empire.
First shown: 9 Dec 2012
Lance is determined to get his ex along to hear him play at the local pub's folk night.
First shown: 16 Oct 2014
George McGavin investigates the dramatic life of the oak tree over the four seasons.
First shown: 1 Oct 2015
Michael Mosley looks at how scientists have probed the mind of the murderer.
First shown: 9 Mar 2015
Griff Rhys Jones, Rory McGrath and Dara O Briain head to the Hebrides.
First shown: 27 Dec 2010
The body of a district attorney is found in a...
The body of a woman is found in a Stockholm hotel...
A well-known crime boss is murdered by a sniper in...
The murders of two men are believed to be linked...
The body of a district attorney is found in a shallow grave in a children's playground.
First shown: 12 Sep 2015
The body of a woman is found in a Stockholm hotel room. Martin and Gunvald investigate.
First shown: 19 Sep 2015
A well-known crime boss is murdered by a sniper in front of his family.
First shown: 26 Sep 2015
Documentary uncovering the hidden secrets of the ancient Roman town of Herculaneum.
First shown: 1 Apr 2013
How the booming 19th-century economy saw philanthropic industrialists buying great art.
First shown: 31 Jul 2013
Documentary discovering how our medieval forebears built the wonders of their world.
The perils of booze and sex are the focus of the final episode in the series.
First shown: 13 Dec 2010