Veterans and experts on history, politics and the arts look at the legacy of D-Day
Documentary acclaimed as the most important colour footage taken during WWII.
How tens of thousands of maps were created for the Allied invasion of Europe in 1944.
The extraordinary and moving story of D-Day, seen through the eyes of those who took part.
Series set in the high stakes world of New York litigation.
Leeds International Piano Competition founder Dame Fanny Waterman talks about her life.
The story of Brian Clough's 44-day stint as manager of Leeds United Football Club.
How the great icons of Gothic British architecture were all created by one family.
Dan Cruickshank explores the world's greatest cities, buildings and monuments
Dan Cruickshank explores some of Ulster's most remarkable buildings.
Dan Snow sets off to see what the British landscape can teach us about the Normans
Three-part documentary series telling the history of British dancing in the 20th century.
Contemporary dance works commissioned by the BBC and the Arts Council, captured on film
Documentary in which Charles Hazlewood explores the genre of contemporary dance.
Lucy Worsley and Len Goodman reveal the untold story of British dance.
David Bintley on how British ballet was forged during the Second World War.
The tragic stories of four great thinkers whose pursuit of the knowledge led to madness.
Documentary about contemporary architect Daniel Libeskind.
Danny Baker showcases the best of British rock from three decades.
Danny Baker is joined by music aficionados to discuss the best rock, pop and R&B albums
Danny Baker presents a series on British rock from the 70s to the 90s.
An exploration of the enduring appeal of the song Danny Boy, now over 100 years old.
A man returns to Paris after a break-up, and is helped by his father and younger brother.
Darcey Bussell steps into the shoes of her Hollywood heroes to celebrate dance musicals.
Darcey Bussell's final performance with the Royal Ballet celebrates the company's history.
Darcey Bussell introduces and demonstrates some of her favourite ballet moments.
Prima ballerina Darcey Bussell explores the fascinating evolution of the ballerina.
Waldemar Januszczak looks at the Dark Ages in a new light.
Tobias Jones celebrates the vitality of Italy, while also revealing its darker side.
Film about a Russian girl learning to love her adoptive American family using science.
Documentary on the ecological disaster of the Nile perch's introduction to Lake Victoria.
How Charles Darwin struggled for 20 years to create his book On the Origin of Species.
Behind-the-scenes story of David Cameron's first two years as Conservative Party Leader.
Kinks guitarist Dave Davies relives his tumultuous life.
Sir David Attenborough goes in search of the very first animals
Documentary about fashion photographer, filmmaker, painter and sculptor David Bailey.
An intimate portrait of five key years in David Bowie's career.
How David Bowie arrived at one of the most iconic creations in pop history.
Songs include Ashes to Ashes, Absolute Beginners, The Man Who Sold the World and Fame.
David Gilmour of Pink Floyd plays live to celebrate the 26th anniversary of Solidarity.
Documentary about David Gilmour's unique concert in the Gdansk shipyard in August, 2006.
Oscar-winning director David Lean's colleagues share their memories of working with him.
Jonathan Ross takes a look into the life and times of acclaimed film director David Lean.
Documentary about pioneering ad executive and self-proclaimed genius, David Ogilvy.
David Suchet uncovers the lost story of Sid Field, a huge comedy star in the 1940s.
Gruesome horror story in which the deceased return to life to devour the living.
Jonathan Scott spends a day in various African national parks, trying to find and follow the wildlife.
Jonathan Scott follows the game trail in Botswana's Okavango Delta.
Jonathan Scott goes wildlife watching in three African locations and with three methods of transport - canoe, hot air balloon and on the back of an elephant.
The crew of the lightship Altares are on a mission to discover a new home for mankind.
Zombies threaten the future of humankind in George A Romero's gruesome Living Dead series.
Classic sci-fi fantasy adventure about the invasion of the planet by deadly plants.
Classic sci-fi about an invasion of man-eating plants
1980s series about the effect of advances in science and technology on western society.
Spoof news and current affairs series created by Chris Morris and Armando Iannucci
A mock news series with a combination of ludicrous fictitious stories.
WW2 drama following four north African soldiers enlisted in the Free French army in 1943.
Series focusing on some of the defining moments of history
Slacker Tommy returns home one day to find his girlfriend-from-hell dead on the floor.
Documentary examining Israel's attack in 1967 on the USS Liberty.
Supernatural tale more concerned with portraying class conflict than ghosts.
Drama about an unconventional English teacher and his impact on a Vermont boys' academy.
Satirical comedy featuring topical impressions and humorous mimickry
Rageh Omaar tells the story of the Dead Sea Scrolls, uncovering the truth behind the myth.
How a Mercedes smashed into the crowd, causing the worst disaster in motor racing history.
A series which asks what we get from reading, and writing, diaries
Letters cataloguing the preoccupations of television viewers over the last five decades.
The stories of two men who escaped from Treblinka extermination camp in 1943.
A three-part adaptation of PD James's bestselling homage to Pride and Prejudice.
A look at the 1967 Tour de France when Tom Simpson died trying to climb Mont Ventoux.
An appeal on behalf of the Disasters Emergency Committee for the crisis in East Africa.
A Gaza Crisis Appeal on behalf of DEC, the Disasters Emergency Committee.
Kirsty Young presents an appeal on behalf of the DEC for the earthquake in Haiti.
An appeal from the DEC for aid to help those affected by the floods in Pakistan.
Kirsty Young presents the DEC Philippines Typhoon Appeal.
Michael Palin presents a Syria Crisis Appeal for the Disasters Emergency Committee.
Revisting the 1979 coverage of the General Election, when Margaret Thatcher swept to power
Series chronicling the impact of technology on the history of warfare
Chris Beardshaw delves into the micro-world of soil to reveal what it is and how it works.
Film celebrating the 40th anniversary of Deep Purple's double live album Made in Japan.
In 1940s Eastern Europe, four Jewish brothers flee to the forest to escape Nazi forces.
Documentary looking at the life and work of soul and pop diva Dusty Springfield.
Document of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young's 2006 'Freedom of Speech' US tour.
Documentary exploring the contradictions of Frederick Delius's colourful life.
Michael Scott uncovers the secrets of the Greek oracle at Delphi.
A chronicle of a formative era in British broadcasting following World War II.
Series looking at the independent department stores fighting back against the big brands
Documentary about Depeche Mode's attempts to break America in 1989.
1980s documentary series looking at revolutionary pieces of design
Series celebrating 40 years of great British designs and the social times they mirror
The story of a pioneer in the preservation of 78rpm records and American roots music.
Film about the space probe sent by British scientists to Titan, Saturn's largest moon.
Comedy series about two metal-detecting enthusiasts.
Horror in a Spanish Civil War-era haunted orphanage.
Lyricist Don Black shares some insights into his life's work with Michael Grade.
Simon Hoggart explores political diaries with Jane Clark, Tony Benn and Edwina Currie.