Natural history series exploring the Galapagos Islands, 1,000 km off South America.
Documentary charting North Korea's shock success in the 1966 World Cup.
1969 documentary about rugby league, featuring access to a Featherstone Rovers match.
Series about the history of popular games in Britain.
Alex Horne tries to discover why some games survived, and examines those that did not.
The story of a year in the life of Bodnant Garden in North Wales
Legal drama inspired by the life of pioneering 18th century barrister William Garrow.
Psychological thriller about a man who attempts to drive his beautiful young bride insane.
The story of Paul Gauguin, from his childhood in Peru to final years in the South Pacific.
After decriminalisation in 1967, did homosexuality really come out of the national closet?
Guy Holden comes to the rescue of a trapped damsel in distress in a crowded customs shed.
Eddie Mair takes a look at the history of homosexuality in the Houses of Parliament.
Documentary about a 15-year-old Japanese girl's arduous training to become a geisha.
Dr Adam Rutherford explores the consequences of the decoding of the entire human genome
Behind-the-scenes documentary following Genesis's 22-date 2007 European stadium tour.
Filmed live at London's Wembley Stadium in 1988 in front of 68,000 people.
Genesis filmed in November 1981 on the Abacab tour in North America.
Documentary about Genesis, one of the most successful British bands in rock music.
Film about the warrior Genghis Khan, conquered an empire larger than the Roman Empire.
Interviews, archive footage and performances celebrating the songs of Bert Jansch.
A selection of some of David Bowie's best performances from the BBC archives.
With Earth, Wind & Fire, Kool & the Gang, Average White Band and Herbie Hancock.
Revealing Marie Curie's personal life and the challenges she faced and overcame.
Exploring the life, work and legacy of Omar Khayyam.
Documentary series exploring the history of photography.
Bettany Hughes seeks out the stories behind three giants of ancient philosophy.
Tenor Rolando Villazón reveals an insider's view on performing Verdi's music.
Nigel Havers stars as the infamous gentleman thief, A J Raffles.
Raunchy escapades behind the sepia-tinted pornography of Edwardian London.
How music is transforming children's lives in one of the north east's poorest areas.
A performance from maestro jazz entertainer George Melly at the Brecon Jazz Festival.
Moving and frank documentary about the last months of jazz singer and writer George Melly.
Documentary about the singer's life, featuring candid interviews with the man himself.
A look at the work of Britain's most scathing caricaturist, Gerald Scarfe.
Conductor Valery Gergiev and the London Symphony Orchestra perform symphonies by Mahler.
Three concerts given by the London Symphony Orchestra under conductor Valery Gergiev.
In Patagonia, Nazi war criminal Joseph Mengele befriends the family of a 12-year-old girl.
With Paul Brady, Ron Sexsmith, Barbara Dickson, The Proclaimers, Rab Noakes and others.
Gerry Robinson finds out what makes Britain's top financial movers and shakers tick
Featuring performances of Rhapsody in Blue, Strike Up the Band and My Man's Gone Now.
Investigation into the extraordinary life of Gershwin's classic composition, Summertime.
Darkly comic series about life on an NHS ward starring Jo Brand
Series looking back at 500 years of intrigue to construct a history of British diplomacy
Two men hunt a pair of lions that are obstructing the progress of a railway line.
Documentary chronicling the supernatural on British TV, revisiting controversial shows.
Film which tells the story of how a small community has fought for its home and identity.
A profile of the violinist Gidon Kremer, known for his unusual and original ideas.
Profile of the late musician and poet, Gil Scott-Heron.
Profile of singer-songwriter Gilbert O'Sullivan, Ireland's first international pop star.
The slightly dim upper-middle class ex-public schoolboy takes a film crew to Glastonbury.
Going beyond the cliches to discover if it's always been different for the girl in a band.
Shy civil servant Lawrence embarks on a relationship with a mysterious girl.
The story of a 1960s experiment that tried to teach a dolphin to speak English.
Drama inspired by a portrait by Vermeer. A peasant girl charms the artist with her beauty.
Documentary series telling the story of British pop music and changing attitudes to sex.
Patti Smith, the Go-Go's, Tina Weymouth, Kim Gordon, Au Pairs, Lush, Elastica and Garbage.
How the bitter rivalry between Disraeli and Gladstone changed British politics forever.
Series looking at the 1920s and 30s, an age that was daring, influential and exciting
Coverage of the Glastonbury Festival from Worthy Farm in Somerset
Julien Temple explores the alternative side of Glastonbury festival.
A look back at performances by iconic artists that have played the Glastonbury Festival.
Profile of singer-guitarist Glen Campbell, a story of success, disgrace and redemption.
How 38 men, women and children of the clan MacDonald were slaughtered in 1692.
Documentary looking at the world of opera house Glyndebourne in its 80th anniversary year.
Documentary telling the story of Ozzy Osbourne's road to sobriety.
Documentary filmed inside the Salvation Army's officer training college in London.
Documentary exploring the world of Spanish Renaissance composer, Tomas Luis de Victoria.
A poor cotton farmer in Georgia neglects his work searching for gold buried on his land.
Performance artist Marina Abramovic prepares for a retrospective at MoMA in New York.
Documentary about gospel singer Sister Rosetta Tharpe, who influenced the early rockers.
Fictionalised biopic of horror film director James Whale.
Poet Simon Armitage follows in the footsteps of one of his personal heroes, Odysseus.
Japanese period drama. Violence that erupts when newcomers join a Samurai militia group.
Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of antiques
Comedy series about a couple who have put their lives on hold for the sake of others.
Profiles of two iconic buildings threatened with demolition in Liverpool and Cardiff.
The home movies of the enthusiasts who helped to save Britain's inland waterways.
Home movies tell how volunteers saved some of Britain's railway tracks and steam engines
A rural Italian family set sail for the USA, and meet a mysterious Englishwoman.
Ken Loach-directed 1968 drama about the relationship between fans and footballers.
Documentary which follows a group of artists from the influential Goldsmiths University
The Open Championship is the oldest of the four Major Championships in professional golf.
Five stories of life under the rule of the violent Neapolitan Mafia are woven together.
Bill Emmott asks where has Italy gone wrong and examines the good sides and the disasters.
Classic sitcom about a pair of diverse couples living next door to each other
A young Pakistani woman becomes a model, to the disapproval of her family and her fiance.
Songs and sketches of the music hall era performed by modern-day performers.
Spy thriller charting the life of the man charged with heading CIA covert operations.
Tamara Rojo talks about the history of Swan Lake and dancing the ultimate role in ballet.
A teenage girl struggles to move on with her life after her first boyfriend leaves.
A son hides the Berlin Wall's fall from his mother when she wakes from a coma.
Current and former pilots talk about their memories of Hendon. Presented by Glyn Worsnip.
Michael Grade and many of the BBC's best-loved faces stroll down memory lane.
Asian comedy sketch show.
David Attenborough recounts his personal experiences with the mountain gorillas of Rwanda.
With Siouxsie and the Banshees, Bauhaus, the Cure, Depeche Mode, Killing Joke and more.