Film version of Rupert Goold's production, set in an undefined central European world.
A history of science TV in the UK, from The Sky At Night to Doctor Who.
Drama series set in the world of advertising in 1960s New York.
Jazz chanteuse Madeleine Peyroux and her band debut songs from her album Bare Bones.
Documentary tracing the childhood and career of jazz chanteuse Madeleine Peyroux.
Documentary telling the story of the world's craziest race, the 9,000km Paris-Dakar rally.
The nutty boys perform One Step Beyond, Baggy Trousers, Our House and many more classics.
How rallying's unregulated mayhem ended in 1986 after a series of horrific tragedies.
Docudrama chronicling the rise of Madness from 1977 to their first taste of fame in 1979.
Eight famous amateurs do battle for the chance to conduct the BBC Concert Orchestra
Re-examining the life of conductor Georg Solti using archive footage and interviews.
A celebration of the classic children's series.
Classic trippy animation from the Swinging Sixties
A wilful son destroys his mother's hopes of marrying her first love.
Documentary which tells the story of Rolls-Royce in India through the lives of its princes
Sir Simon Rattle conducts Mahler's 1st Symphony performed by the Berlin Philharmonic.
A look at how domestic servants have been portrayed on television over the past 50 years.
A maid for an affluent Chilean family discovers herself with the arrival of another maid.
The French sleuth investigates another case.
Series chronicling over 100 years of American comedy
Ventriloquist Nina Conti delves into the world of new age and alternative therapies.
Composer Benjamin Till creates and shoots his latest musical work with 250 musicians.
Programme looking at how some great works of art were created. Hosted by Neil MacGregor.
Peter Watkins recounts the making of his 1964 documentary Culloden.
Documentary exploring the life and career of Elton John, from childhood to musical heyday.
Simon Armitage traces the evolution of the Arthurian legend through medieval literature.
The inside story of the 20 years that saw Margaret Thatcher rise to the position of PM.
Behind the scenes of Gerry Anderson's cult TV show.
Documentary about the harsh realities of malaria within a rural Kenyan village community.
A cynical private eye becomes involved in a dangerous quest for a 16th-century statuette.
Documentary about artist Kit Williams, best known for his pictorial storybook Masquerade.
Docudrama from 1956 exploring the experiences of a West Indian immigrant in London.
After killing a local criminal, a man descends into a cycle of vigilante violence.
The story of the US space programme, including the space race and the first moon landing.
Andrew Graham-Dixon presents a profile of the influential food writer Alan Davidson.
Biography of the bluesman Big Bill Broonzy, who would inspire a generation of musicians.
Documentary about Flinders Petrie, the pioneer who transformed field archaeology in Egypt.
The story of the master counterfeiter whose greed turned to murder.
Profile of critic Ian Nairn, who attacked the destruction of Britain by post-war planners.
Investigation into the death of Richard Lancelyn Green, a Sherlock Holmes expert.
Documentary about 1960s record label Elektra Records, run by suave visionary Jac Holzman.
Film about the late Barry Flanagan, one of the world's foremost figurative sculptors.
Documentary about the influential 20th-century fashion photographer Erwin Blumenfeld.
Iconic 1960s photographer Brian Duffy talks about his life and work for the first time.
Documentary following in the footsteps of 14th Century Moroccan scholar Ibn Battutah.
Film about the auctioneer they call the Mick Jagger of the saleroom, Baron Simon de Pury.
Waldemar Januszczak tells the story of 19th-century French artist Manet's dramatic life.
The Royal Ballet perform Kenneth MacMillan's 1974 ballet Manon, starring Tamara Rojo.
Jane Austen period drama about a girl from a poor family sent to live with wealthy aunts.
Actors look back at their career, with testimony from friends and colleagues.
Investigating the Great Arc, a 200-year-old project to map the Indian subcontinent.
Professor Jerry Brotton uncovers how maps are snapshots of history and tools of power
Documentary which examines Marc Bolan's childhood ambitions of fame and where it led him.
Marcus Brigstocke meets champions of unusual pursuits
Drama charting Margaret Thatcher's astonishing fall from power.
Young Margaret wants nothing more than to be an MP, but may be too much of a rebel.
Drama based around the relationship between dancers Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev.
Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev star in a performance of Marguerite and Armand.
Lust, greed and murder involving a drifter, a housewife and an unsuspecting husband.
Mark Knopfler talks about how his songs have been influenced by his life and roots.
Tinky Winky, Laa Laa, Dipsy and Po discuss their work with Mark Lawson.
Mark Lawson in conversation with famous personalities from all walks of life
Mark Steel presents witty arguments for the importance of a historical figure.
A Turkish small time black marketeer attempts to enter the cell phone business.
A richly-detailed staging of Mozart's comic masterpiece from the Royal Opera House.
How the possibility of life on Mars has fuelled man's quest to visit the Red Planet.
Series about the history of British science fiction.
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
A banker's search for a nanny brings the magical Mary Poppins to his door.
Four contestants brave the black chair to win the coveted Mastermind trophy.
Detailed looks at selections from the wealth of bounty in the British Museum.
A look at iconic artefacts from the Indian subcontinent
Series about Vienna's cultural artefacts.
The tense and often explosive relationship between politicians and their generals.
Series exploring orchestral works of the 20th century.
Series exploring some of the greatest British orchestral works of the 20th century
The history of the Ethiopian multiplication system
The life of Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, one of Britain's foremost composers.
Andrew Graham-Dixon appraises Tate Modern's major exhibition of works by Max Beckmann.
Drama telling the final stages of media tycoon Robert Maxwell's life.
An intimate family portrait of the film director John Boorman by his daughter Katrine.
A portrayal of life in the underworld of the Little Italy district in New York City.
The story of automata, ancient clockwork machines designed to mimic and recreate life.
An exploration of how pioneering doctors laid the foundations of modern medicine
How the Medici family transformed Florence through sculpture, painting and architecture.
How people in the Middle Ages handled the most fundamental moments of transition in life.
Travel writer Irma Kurtz goes on a literary odyssey around the Mediterranean
In a piece of archive from 1973, Kenny Everett gives a tour of the Top of the Pops studio.
An edition of Sammy Davis's variety show from the early 1960s.
A look at the government-made films created in order to sell an ideal Britain overseas.
Matthew Stadlen meets opera singer Bryn Terfel and watches him perform at Bryn Fest.
Series tracing the role of various remarkable trees