A woman has an affair and realises that her life has been running on autopilot for years.
Sitcom about the dour Yorkshire-based Brandon family.
A headstrong girl who intends to marry for money finds love in a Scottish coastal town.
Film following five athletes as they prepare for the Special Olympics in 2009.
Series about 1990s pop culture.
Andrew Graham-Dixon profiles the long-underrated 20th century artist Edward Burra.
Band leader Edmundo Ros talks to composer Michael Nyman about his rich life.
Drama charting the lives of five young layabouts in the Italian seaside village of Rimini.
A Canadian nurse arrives on a Caribbean island to tend an invalid woman.
Git gets out of jail and into trouble when he's forced into an underworld assignment.
Six-part series investigating what makes the perfect rock 'n' roll band
Humphrey Lyttelton's final I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue at the Lowry Centre's Lyric Theatre.
A woman is taken in by her younger sister after 15 years in prison.
Chat show in which celebrity guests try five new cultural experiences
Historical drama series examining the reigns of Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula and Claudius
Andrew Graham-Dixon immerses himself in the art and practices of the Samurai warrior cult.
Documentary in which singer-songwriter and actor Ian Dury recalls his life and career.
Ian Hislop looks at the 1963 Beeching Report, which closed a third of the UK's railways.
Ian Hislop rescues the reputation of the 19th century's 'Do-Gooders'
A look at one of the most peculiar offices in the establishment, that of Poet Laureate.
Ian Hislop uncovers the story behind the book which launched the Scout movement.
Writer Ian Rankin looks into Stevenson's novel The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
Crime writer Ian Rankin revisits the key locations from his Inspector Rebus books.
Professor Alice Roberts travels 40,000 years into the past to meet Ice Age's great beasts.
Benedict Allen attempts a 1,000 mile trek across Siberia using a team of husky dogs
A look at the spectacular sights currently adorning two Finnish cities.
How a team of men and dogs relayed an antitoxin across 674 miles of Alaskan wilderness.
Adrian Edmondson narrates a documentary chronicling the story of Stiff Records.
A journey through domestic history, exploring the British home through four rooms
A comic exploration of the effect of advertising on the world's most gullible consumer.
The composer of The Rite of Spring tells the story of his life, via rare archive footage.
Afro-American soul artists help celebrate Ghana's independence in this 1971 concert.
Biographical Italian drama telling the story of former prime minister Giulio Andreotti.
World War II adventure about British officers planning to kidnap a Nazi general.
Unlocking the secrets of illuminated manuscripts that were custom-made for kings
Art critic Andrew Graham-Dixon visits a collection of important illuminated manuscripts.
The arts series edited and presented by Alan Yentob.
Johnny Ball uses the Horizon archive to find out what science has learned about ageing.
Dallas Campbell charts the key scientific breakthroughs that have transformed road safety.
Charting the deadly disasters that have helped make air travel safer.
Two gentlemen friends use the same alias to pursue the women they love.
A Danish doctor who works a Sudanese refugee camp is faced with difficult decisions.
Comedy series about a neurotic cookery writer.
Recordings of the cream of the music world.
The Scottish funksters in action at Surrey University in 1979.
A man hides Jewish refugees in the sewers of the Nazi-occupied town of Lviv in Poland.
Drama inspired by the life of the prolific author of romantic fiction, Barbara Cartland.
A young man undertakes the novitiate, a spell of spiritual training leading to priesthood.
Documentary profile of American colour photography pioneer Saul Leiter.
Documentary about the legendary guitarist, composer and provocateur John Fahey.
A regional look at some of the country's most stunning areas.
Dr Alixe Bovey makes series of journeys through Britain in the Middle Ages.
Documentary about influential comic strip illustrator and author Jean Giraud.
Dr Fiona Watson explores Scotland's dramatic history.
Virologists attempt to detect the genetic footprint of Spanish Flu by exhuming a body.
Documentary series looking at mankind's attempts to set new speed records.
Documentary which follows Tom Herbert's efforts to bake a prize-winning loaf of bread.
Series examining the boom in the Irish economy in the early years of the 21st century
Marcel Theroux travels across Japan in an attempt to understand Wabi Sabi.
Artist Jeanie Finlay goes behind the closed bedroom doors of four British adolescents.
Micheal Wood retraces the triumphal march of Alexander the Great across sixteen countries.
A major re-appraisal of the life and work of travel writer and novelist Bruce Chatwin
Profile documentary series of Winston Churchill presented by Professor Richard Holmes.
A bigoted sheriff of a Mississippi town has to collaborate with a black detective.
A British minister accidentally backs a war on TV and then tries to prevent it.
Documentary series looking at the role of wild animals in Japanese life, art and religion
Performance from Sadler's Wells to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Ballets Russes.
Series using the BBC archives to reawaken the voices of 20th-century classical composers.
The story of the British novel in the 20th century, as told by the authors themselves
The story of HMS Torrin, from its construction to its final sinking.
Jago Cooper reassesses one of the greatest empires the world has ever seen.
Documentary series about some of the more amazing journeys taken by certain species
This series follows the trials and tribulations of animals as they undergo their migration
Documentary about the migration of the Monarch butterfly from Canada to Mexico.
Three-part series about trains crossing borders in India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan
The story of a train that brings medical assistance to people in rural areas of India.
Series looking at three railway lines that climb through the Indian hills and mountains
A look at life in an Indian school in the booming IT city of Pune
Michael Mosley explores the world of parasites by infesting himself with them.
A liberal lawyer challenges fundamentalists over the teaching of evolution in Tennessee.
Entomologists Dr James Logan and Brendan Dunphy carry out a complete insect dissection.
Steve Backshall explores insects and their relatives, the arachnids and crustaceans.
Lars Tharp presents a series looking at all types of antiques
Documenting a year behind the scenes at the luxury hotel Claridge's
Documentary series going behind the scenes of John Lewis
A series which examines the way people thought during Medieval times.
Documentary revealing the inner alchemy that gives four of nature's hunters the edge.
Crime series about an investigator whose honesty and character help him solve cases.
Drama series based on the books featuring the Sicilian detective, Salvo Montalbano.
A woman mistakes the office of a shy tax lawyer for her new psychiatrist's.
Sci-fi. A spaceship land outside a boy's house but those who visit it become zombie-like.
An agent is assigned to investigate a brain drain among scientists.
Christopher de Bellaigue explores the fraught history of Britain's relations with Iran.
Documentary series marking the 30th anniversary of the Iranian Revolution.