Performances from the Whistle Test, Top of the Pops, The Late Show and Later with Jools.
Comedy featuring Scotland's angry middle-aged man
Three mixed-race girls are removed from their mother by the government in 1930s Australia.
How Ben Johnson caused a scandal in the men's 100m final at the 1988 Seoul Olympics.
Series looking at how racism impacts on people's lives
Documentary series looking at how racism has impacted on people's lives.
A special concert from the Barbican in London in 2006 celebrating 60 years of Radio 3.
Rageh Omaar reveals the lives, hopes and fears of the young generation of Tehran.
Julia Bradbury takes a series of walks following Britain's lost rail empire
Michael Portillo examines the role of the railways in World War I.
Science-fiction romance drama based on a short story by John Wyndham.
An industrialist is kidnapped by a group who will only release him for a huge ransom.
Drama set in 70s Glasgow during a refuse-collection strike.
Actor Benedict Cumberbatch explores the life and work of playwright Terence Rattigan.
Documentary about the life of Indian musical innovator Ravi Shankar.
How TV presenter Ray Gosling was declared bankrupt and served with an eviction order.
TV presenter Ray Gosling talks about his life as a pensioner in semi-sheltered housing.
Ray Gosling looks at how company pension schemes are going bankrupt all over the country.
Survival expert Ray Mears follows in the footsteps of explorer John McDouall Stuart.
Maureen Lipman recreates her stage celebration of the work of entertainer Joyce Grenfell.
A deaf office worker uses an ex-con to take revenge on her bullying colleagues.
Daisy Goodwin presents a series looking at the role of the heroine in literature
Documentary exploring the British love affair with pre-packaged cuisine.
Documentary series which explores the history of Britain through changes in fashion
Alan Cumming discovers the stories and people behind the movie Cabaret.
The crucial moments in Ian Fleming's life which inspired him to create James Bond.
Drama about a lively girl with a macabre imagination who meets a new friend, a vampire.
Drama-documentary exploring the life of Jane Austen.
A look at the world of 'old-style policing' as portrayed on TV in Life on Mars.
Documentary about George Grossmith, author of classic comic novel The Diary of a Nobody.
Michael Grade reveals the story of the world's first global show business celebrity.
Phillipa Gregory tells the stories of the women at the heart of the Wars of the Roses.
Documentary which looks at the contradictory and controversial life of Winnie Mandela.
Tense thriller about a woman who marries but is haunted by her husband's dead first wife.
Benjamin Woolley presents the story of 17th-century radical pharmacist Nicholas Culpeper.
Howard Jacobson reflects on the cultural impact of four rebellious Australians
Drama about a young ballerina torn between two creative but possessive men.
A showcase of British life in the 20th century told via film archive and viewers' memories
John Nettles follows people trying to save endangered orangutans on Jersey and Sumatra.
A First World War psychiatrist questions his values when treating victims of shell shock.
With Bob Marley, Gregory Isaacs, Desmond Dekker, Burning Spear, Dennis Brown and more.
Documentary looking at reggae's influence on British music and society since the 1960s.
Five regiments reveal how their identities were forged by moments in British history
Film about Regina Jonas, who became the first officially ordained female rabbi in 1935.
Why did we fall in love with regional telly? And does it have a future?
Drama based on a short story by Ian Rankin.
David Gilmour, the voice and guitar of Pink Floyd, performs live at The Royal Albert Hall.
How a choir of Jewish prisoners defiantly performed Verdi's Requiem in front of the Nazis.
Six-part series about the Italian Renaissance, presented by Andrew Graham-Dixon.
How the ideas that shaped Margaret More's education changed the cultural life of England.
Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir is revitalised by an inspirational young muse.
Documentary profiles examining well-known figures from the world of entertainment
A Catholic student believes she is possessed and her devout parents seek an exorcism.
Documentary exploring the history of one of the oldest musical forms, the requiem.
A look at post-industrial Detroit and its burgeoning urban agricultural movement.
Documentary about Stax, one of the most influential soul record labels ever.
The epic confrontation between the Loch Ness monster and Colmcille on the River Foyle.
Documentary which explores the re-invention of the adventure book in the 21st century.
AN Wilson reveals the life and work of poet and broadcaster Sir John Betjeman.
Four-part epic based on the westerns of Larry McMurtry.
Griff Rhys Jones restores his farm in Pembrokeshire
Heathrow residents take us back to the early days of the 'fly on the tarmac' series.
Intelligent and challenging conversation about all forms of the arts.
Following 48 hours in the lives of 22 British children to see what they get up to.
A suburban couple struggle as boredom and resentment engulf their marriage.
Documentary charting the enduring appeal of dinosaurs as depicted on screen.
A series featuring world music concerts
Comedian Rich Hall tries to find out what killed off the Western movie genre.
Rich Hall sifts truth from fiction in Hollywood's version of the USA's southern states.
Rich Hall takes the viewer on a skewed but keenly eyed journey to the Land of Dreams.
How the American social, economic and political landscape has defined the road movie.
Rich Hall searches for the real American Indian, away from stereotypes of film and books.
Comedian Rich Hall goes to the Lone Star state in search of the real Texas.
Films about wealthy, successful people seeking a deeper understanding of themselves
Documentary about Richard Burton's recently published diaries.
Richard Clayderman in concert with the New London Orchestra in 1983.
Stand-up comedy with Richard Pryor live in concert from 1979.
Portrait of the acclaimed and enigmatic British folk rock singer Richard Thompson.
A countdown of the ten songs which have earned the most money of all time.
Rick Stein goes to Japan for inspiration to create a banquet for the Japanese ambassador.
Rick Stein pays homage to the dishes that go hand in hand with Mississippi Delta blues.
Rick Stein explores the part food has played in the creation of the Italian opera.
Author Rob Penn charts the history of one of mankind's greatest inventions.
Film version of Verdi's masterpiece Rigoletto, set in the renaissance splendour of Mantua.
Drama about the opening performance of Stravinsky's controversial ballet in Paris in 1913.
Comedy starring Michael Palin as the lead in a range of parodies on tales of derring-do.
Series exploring the formation and distinctive traits of the Earth's continents.
Richard E Grant follows in the footsteps of artists who have painted on the Cote d'Azur
Ed Asner tells the story of RKO Pictures.
How creator Tony Warren overcame obstacles to bring Coronation Street to our screens.
Documentary exploring TV's changing relationship with the British Christmas dinner.
Rob Brydon explores Welsh identity and creates a stand-up routine of Welsh-based material.
Lavish, romantic adventure story about the 18th-century Scottish hero Rob Roy MacGregor.
Fyfe Robertson investigates the lives of people who work on after their retirement age.
Andrew O'Hagan journeys to the places in Scotland that inspired poet Robert Burns.
How a jealous Isaac Newton helped to erase fellow scientist Robert Hooke from history.