Live reports from Normandy on the events marking the 65th anniversary of D-Day.
Coverage of the commemorations of the 70th anniversary of D-Day.
Dan Snow examines how the analysis of 3D aerial photos helped the Allied Forces win D-Day.
A disillusioned college professor goes on a perilous hunt for his own murderer.
Family sports comedy. A lawyer becomes an ice hockey coach for a team of young misfits.
Fiona Bruce uncovers the story of Leonardo da Vinci.
Sitcom about the Home Guard during the Second World War
A struggling musician puts his problems aside when his uncle is accused of armed robbery.
A struggling couple discover a relative is in trouble so they attempt to help.
Horror. A couple take in a local orphan girl, believed by some to be a fairy changeling.
Detective drama series about a mismatched cop duo, based on the books by Reginald Hill
Series set in the high stakes world of New York litigation.
Martin Shaw retraces the 1943 raid which used bouncing bombs to destroy German dams.
Horror sequel about a child fathered by the devil.
Damilola Taylor's friends talk about how they have coped in the aftermath of his death.
Dan Cruickshank explores the world's greatest cities, buildings and monuments
Dan Cruickshank explores some of Ulster's most remarkable buildings.
The writer of a newspaper's advice column falls in love with his brother's new girlfriend.
The stories of the couples who danced in some of Northern Ireland's favourite dancehalls.
Ben Shephard presents the hunt for the nation's best dancers and singers
Celebrities battle it out on the dancefloor in the US version of Strictly Come Dancing.
Ulster-Scots musician Willie Drennan walks around the Province.
Uncovering the true extent of violence in teenage relationships in the UK today.
Series about the most volcanic emotions we experience in love: jealousy, anger and desire.
Surreal sitcom about an aspiring actress and her friends.
Andrew Davies dramatisation of George Eliot novel.
An exploration of the enduring appeal of Danny Boy, now over one hundred years old.
Experts and a lively audience join Dara O Briain to tackle the biggest ideas in science.
Thriller based on the comic strip. A man blinded by toxic waste gains superhuman powers.
Drama about a woman who wakes from a coma with no memory of her previous two years.
Science fiction adventure centred around a normal English school.
Series exploring the downside of fame. Presented by Piers Morgan
Horror. A mother and daughter encounter supernatural forces in their new apartment.
A couple lose their daughter in an accident, only to find an identical girl still alive.
Revealing how animals have adapted to life in the dark.
A malevolent spirit haunts a family's new home in the Spanish countryside.
How Darren Clarke secured his first British Open championship at his 20th attempt.
Coverage from the Lakeside Country Club in Surrey
Andrew Marr explores how Darwin's theory of evolution has taken on a life of its own
Fact-based thriller about the crimes and apprehension of Max Factor heir Andrew Luster.
Documentary following elderly wrestling champion Dave Kidney as he gears up for a fight.
Sir David Attenborough goes in search of the very first animals
David Beckham and three of his closest friends go on an adventure in Brazil.
Dramatisation of the Charles Dickens novel. A young man attempts to overcome adversity.
David Copperfield is one of the greatest and most popular of Dickens works.
A celebration of the life and work of the late David Hammond, who passed away in 2008.
Jonathan Ross takes a look into the life and times of acclaimed film director David Lean.
Mentalist David Meade investigates a series of natural phenomena
David Meade attemps to control crowds using his mentalist abilities.
David Suchet undertakes an epic journey inspired by the travels of Paul the Apostle.
The inside story of Davina McCall's challenge to raise money for Sport Relief.
The most prestigious international team event in men's tennis
Sue Barker introduces coverage of Great Britain's Davis Cup match against the Netherlands.
Dawn French interviews more than thirty of her favourite male comedians.
Jonathan Scott spends a day in various African national parks, trying to find and follow the wildlife.
Jonathan Scott goes wildlife watching in three African locations and with three methods of transport - canoe, hot air balloon and on the back of an elephant.
A film about the life and work of painter Josef Herman.
Documentary following a man as doctors make a radical attempt to restore his sight.
Documentary about the effects of Britain's withdrawal from India in 1947.
Historian Bettany Hughes embarks on a journey to uncover the meaning of Jesus' death.
Fast-paced thriller based on Frederick Forsyth's best-selling novel.
Post-apocalyptic drama in which millions of mobile man-eating plants roam Britain.
John Daly visits locations around Europe in the company of celebrity guests
Gwyn is stifled by a day out with his grandad, but the old man has a trick up his sleeve.
A strand of short programmes detailing the events of a particular day in history.
Evan Davis investigates UK immigration, focusing on the Cambridgeshire town of Wisbech.
Chris Hollins looks at what life in the capital will be like when the 2012 Olympics begin.
Documentary about the Civil Rights march that took place in Derry on October 5th, 1968.
James Burke offers a personal view of the development of Western knowledge.
Highlights of the wedding day of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson.
Series of short animations based on monologues from Radio Ulster's Days Like This.
Series of four films by Ken Loach.
Slacker Tommy returns home one day to find his girlfriend-from-hell dead on the floor.
Stephen Nolan finds out exactly how dangerous it is to be fat.
Stephen Nolan discusses the obesity problem in Northern Ireland with a live audience.
Following Britain's funeral directors as they help people say the last goodbye
The adventures of three teenaged sisters - who just happen to be ghosts!
Action drama. After a retired cop buys a horse, the mafia steal it as payment for a debt.