Documentary about legendary Italian virtuoso soloist Niccolo Paganini.
Series exploring Britain's glorious sacred sites
Michael Mosley tells the story of the creation of our most useful and valuable drugs.
A look at what happened to two girls from a 1995 documentary about child beauty pageants.
Art programme about the use of flowers in painting.
Toronto painter Phil Richards attempts to create a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.
A singer in San Francisco dreams of owning a club, and has the choice of two women.
Michael Palin travels to France in search of a view captured by his favourite artist.
Current affairs programme, featuring interviews and investigative reports
A look back at some of the big investigative stories from 1997.
Experts assess predictions made about the world's future in a 1960 edition of Panorama.
Drama about a French petty crook, wrongly convicted of murder.
Sir Antonio Pappano tells the story of Wagner's opera cycle, The Ring of the Nibelungen.
Rock singer Mark Everett learns about the quantum physicist father he never really knew.
Michael Parkinson presents the long-running talk show
Michael Parkinson presents highlights from his archive of interviews
Mockumentary about public officials striving to make their Indiana town a better place.
Documentary about Richard Wagner's opera Parsifal.
Innovative audio-visual concert presentation at the Barbican in London
Drama series about young researchers and advisors in Westminster
John Betjeman visits various churches in the Diocese of Norwich. (1974)
How Michael Sheen inspired his hometown to create an ambitious piece of theatre
Dramatic re-telling of the story of Jesus's final days on Earth.
Musical and psychological portrait of classical composer Ralph Vaughan Williams.
A look at how Liverpool's maritime history has affected the identity of its citizens.
Comedy. The inhabitants of Pimlico learn that their area is a dependency of Burgundy.
Michel Roux Jr explores the art, science and attraction of the perfect sweet delicacy.
Documentary about Paul Carrack, who spent time in Ace, Squeeze and Mike and the Mechanics.
1976 performance by Wings at the Kingdome in Seattle, Washington in front of 67,000 fans.
Paul McCartney performs classic Beatles, Wings and solo songs at BBC Maida Vale studios.
Paul Merton and Nicholas Parsons rediscover the genius of comedy great Arthur Haynes.
Paul Merton uses clips and interviews to explore Alfred Hitchcock's British films.
Paul Merton investigates how Hollywood's early pioneers created the cinema industry
Two-part documentary in which Paul Merton tells the story of the famous London theatre
Paul Merton profiles some of the great stars of silent comedy
Paul Merton looks at the forgotten world of silent cinema in pre-1914 Britain and France.
Paul Simon performs songs from his long career and his album So Beautiful or So What.
Using unseen photos and archive footage, a look at the career of rock star Paul Weller.
Portrait of one of the world's great tenors, the late Luciano Pavarotti.
Drama about a spirited young girl whose family is part of Ireland's traveller community.
Clips of animals who found fame on TV and in the cinema, from Flipper to Lassie.
Portrait of Pearl Jam by Cameron Crowe, using 20 years of rare and unseen footage.
Follow-up to a film that lifted the lid on health and welfare problems for pedigree dogs.
Griff Rhys Jones undertakes a personal restoration project, his decaying farmhouse
How a girl's testimony sent her relatives and neighbours to the gallows for witchcraft.
Penelope Keith tells the story of Edwardian 'it girl' and motoring pioneer Dorothy Levitt.
Drama following the life of a sheet music salesman.
A look back at the events of the 20th century with the people that were there
The stories of those who suffered in the depression that followed the Wall Street Crash.
Jonathan Foyle explores the magnificent civic architecture of northern towns and cities
Documentary about the great Italian Renaissance architect, Andrea Palladio.
1980s adaption of the John le Carre novel.
Alastair Sooke presents a witty exploration of the evolution of the gentleman's suit.
Special programme celebrating Britain's TV detectives.
Collection of studio-based dramas.
A Southern matriarch wants a surgeon to perform a lobotomy on her supposedly-mad niece.
Series going inside the multi-billion-dollar business of the global perfume industry
Series investigating great machines that refuse to die
Warren Clarke narrates a look at London's world-famous red Routemaster buses.
Christmas show from 1974, with the Carpenters, skater Peggy Fleming and comic Rich Little.
A woman facing ruin needs the help of a man whose offer of marriage she once rejected.
The Beach Boys' classic 1966 album performed live at London's Royal Festival Hall.
The team tell the stories of the most important battlefields of recent times
After battling mental illness, ex-Fleetwood Mac frontman Peter Green is recording again.
Documentary about Peter Scott, who swapped wildfowling for leading a conservation movement
A portrait of one of the world's great comics with footage from his home-movie collection.
Andrew Graham-Dixon works with the National Trust's conservation team at Petworth House
Archaeologist Cheryl Ward sets out in search of the mythical land of Punt.
Dramatisation about three Russian spies who penetrated the British Foreign Service.
The BBC Symphony Orchestra performs three works by American composer Philip Glass. (2001)
Sir Andrew Motion speaks to one of Philip larkin's former lovers, Betty Mackereth.
E Nesbit's tale of four siblings who come into possession of a magic carpet and a phoenix
Paul Yule's film uncovers the life of O Winston Link, a giant of contemporary photography.
Harry Hook uses his images to tell a personal story as he visits remote tribal groups.
Piano devotee Alexander Waugh investigates pianos and pianists.
Series which reveals the enchanting story of childhood reading
Series which journeys around Britain and considers how the landscape has inspired artists
Series of documentaries revealing the secrets behind apparently ordinary lives
A look at the history and spectacular growth of the supermarket over the past 50 years.
Celebrated portrait of violinist Pinchas Zukerman from director Christopher Nupen.
Two high school friends show differing attitudes to the world of competitive table tennis.
Including Arnold Layne, Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2) and Grantchester Meadows.
Film about one of the biggest brand names and best-loved bands in the world, Pink Floyd.
Pink Floyd at New York's Nassau Coliseum in 1989 on the A Momentary Lapse of Reason tour.
A Pink Floyd concert film shot in the ruins of Pompeii in 1972.
Documentary which explores the making of Pink Floyd's album, Wish You Were Here.
It's Stanley's birthday, but the party he is given is not quite what he expects.
Bryn Terfel, Dolora Zajick and others perform works by Verdi, Wagner, Mozart and Puccini.
Established stars and new voices perform gems of the operatic repertory at Covent Garden.
George McGavin and Adam Hart look at life in an ant colony using cutting-edge technology.
An exploration of the wild and beautiful parts of our planet.
Series charting the history of the solar system.
Long-running strand of one-off BBC dramas.
Documentary recalling the Golden Age of the TV panel game in the 1950s.
BBC drama strand.