Hot-blooded reinvestigations of cold cases: new techniques, old crimes.
A teenage girl and her little brother are left stranded in the Australian outback.
Rolf Lassgard stars as maverick Swedish detective DSI Kurt Wallander.
The story of the battle for control of the North Sea during the First World War.
Civil servants practise their response to a nuclear explosion leading to all-out war.
World War II drama about a mission to hunt and destroy a dangerous German battleship.
A single mother smuggles herself and her young son out of East Germany to the west.
Dominic West joins Sir James Mallinson on a pilgrimage to the Kumbh Mela in India.
A look at the iconic landmark, following the people who work and worship there.
Exploring the history of British popular entertainment in the 100 years before television.
Portraits of leading artists, with insights into their working lives and creative process
Lauren Laverne hosts a discussion about the future of rock 'n' roll in the 21st century.
A look at how our understanding of intelligence has transformed over the last century.
Classic 70s sitcom about two lads from Newcastle
Journalist and broadcaster Charles Wheeler examines aspects of American society.
How the album changed popular music for ever between the mid-1960s and the late 1970s.
Sir Roy Strong looks back with pride at his genius for popularising the arts.
Journalist Kate Mossman explores the unique relationship between artist and fan.
Dr Michael Scott uncovers the strange, alien world of the ancient Greeks.
Series of wildlife and nature documentaries with access to never-before-seen footage.
Extraordinary wildlife, landscapes and people - Arabia is a land of magic and surprise.
The story of a race against time to help preserve the untouched forests of Burma.
Richard Hammond attempts to reveal the unexplained and unexpected world of weather.
Chris Packham discovers the unique features that make certain animal groups successful.
The series follows Martha Kearney's bee-keeping year and explores the ingenious honeybee.
Horticulturalist Chris Collins tells the story behind the plants most people call weeds.
Professor Alice Roberts reveals the natural history of the woolly mammoth.
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David Reynolds reassesses Stalin's role in the struggle between Germany and Russia.
David Reynolds asks why Britain spent much of the war fighting in north Africa and Italy.
David Reynolds re-examines the war leadership of American president Franklin Roosevelt.
Stephen Smith explores the extraordinary life and work of virtuoso jeweller Carl Faberge.
Alastair Sooke investigates audacious heists and the murky world of art crime.