Sex comedy about a successful, middle-aged Hollywood songwriter.
Michael Mosley investigates the latest scientific breakthroughs in slimming.
Documentary revealing the science behind why so many people find it difficult to nod off.
Bruce Forsyth and Andrew Lloyd Webber celebrate the Palladium's 100th birthday.
Bill Oddie explores 100 years of wildlife filming.
Service from St Paul's honouring Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's 100th birthday.
Live-action version of the Disney classic in which a wicked designer steals 99 puppies.
A litter of dalmatian puppies try to escape the evil Cruella De Vil.
Game show in which contestants are eliminated in a variety of crazy and outrageous ways.
Cruella de Vil emerges from prison a changed woman, but is soon up to her old tricks.
Celebrities revisit the music, TV shows and the news stories from their youth.
Helen Mark presents a series about the stretch of water between Scotland and N Ireland
A 10th-century Arabian emissary joins a band of Vikings to battle flesh-eating creatures.
How Fr Reid tried to break the 14-day cycle of violence in Northern Ireland in March '88.
A cop must protect a witness who plans to testify against another lawman.
Programme to mark the 400th anniversary of the Hamilton and Montgomery settlement.
Len Goodman takes a look at one of the most exciting decades in our history.
Stuart Maconie celebrates the 50th anniversary of the release of the Beatles' Love Me Do.
The BBC's 1966 election night programme, presented by Cliff Michelmore.
Coverage of the 1975 referendum on whether Britain should remain in the EEC.
The 1979 general election live results show, plus full analysis in the studio. (1979)
Sonia Deol embarks on a journey to unravel the events of 1984, an iconic year for Sikhs.
Scenes of jubilation are shown from around the UK as the new Millennium begins.
A look back at the films of 2008, with contributions from Jack Black and Gemma Arterton.
Four-time Olympic champion Michael Johnson previews the 2012 Olympics.
Satirist Rory Bremner takes a comic look at the topics that got the nation talking.
Regional news magazine.
Film looking at babies born four months early on a Birmingham neonatal unit.
Current affairs programme
Living history show. Six celebrities experience the relentless graft of Victorian Britain.
How the position of the sun in the sky affects the behaviour of animals and plants.
A drug dealer embarks on one last night out before beginning a seven-year prison sentence.
Arts programme looking at the creative life of Northern Ireland.
Sitcom following the trials and tribulations of the fictional Porter family.
Drama moving between the lives, loves and lies of two generations of the same family.
A man finds himself accused of murder after an undercover British spy is killed.
Medical drama series set in a New York hospital specialising in brain surgery
Colourful adventures of a group of birds as they learn about social responsibility
Rap and comedy combine to tell a tale of sibling rivalry.
Travel from London’s King’s Cross to Edinburgh on the 'Flying Scotsman'. (1968)
The top 50 must-see places in the world, as voted for by the public. (2002)
Commemorating 50 years of BBC TV News, with insight from key journalists from each decade.
Two randomly selected teams of 11- and 12-year-old schoolchildren compete
The inside story of how Leicester City became Premier League champions.
An American master chemist plans to score big on a once-in-a-lifetime drug deal.
Detective Sergeant Nicky Cole is relocated to Newcastle after exposing police corruption.
BBC Wales celebrates 60 years of broadcasting.
Six young people striving for answers as they move from youth to adulthood.
Documentary following a group of children growing up in the 21st century.
Romantic drama about two people who hit it off after meeting on their daily commute.
The testimony of over 50 people directly affected by the 7/7 London bombings.
Heenan Bhatti's film marking the fifth anniversary of the 7/7 bombings.
A service of commemoration to mark the tenth anniversary of the London bombings.
Historian Dominic Sandbrook takes us on an eye opening journey into Britain in the 1970s.
A drama-documentary which presents a minute-by-minute sequence of events during 9/11.
Dramatic reconstructions of real-life rescues and acts of bravery.