Hiccup and his friends accompany their mentor on a quest to kill the Boneknapper Dragon.
An evil emperor endeavours to find a list of the members of a revolutionary society.
Following Derry city bursary winners on the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race
Sweeping epic about three sons raised on a Montana ranch by their colonel father.
The life and times of the much-loved comedienne, from vaudeville showgirl to stage star.
Three orphans are taken in by a distant relative who has designs on their inheritance.
Len Goodman invites us to share his perfect Christmas Day - as seen on TV.
Topical stand-up, music and sketches.
Lenny Henry takes us through the best comedy shorts available on the internet.
A one-man show about everyday life in London and the war in Iraq.
With the aid of a survival expert, Lenny Henry tries to live in the Amazonian rainforest.
Comedian Lenny Henry sets out on a journey to discover what makes us laugh
Lenny Henry presents a selection of the funniest and weirdest clips from the Internet.
Animated comedy shorts. Leon may be the king of blunders, but this lion never gives up!
Semi-dramatised documentary on the life and works of Leonardo Da Vinci.
Action-adventure following the exploits of the teenage Leonardo da Vinci and his friends.
Low-light and infra-red sensitive cameras reveal the hunting techniques of the leopard.
Gory spoof in which two hikers stumble across a village full of lesbian vampires.
Celebrities dance in front of a panel of judges to raise money for Comic Relief.
Celebrities dance in front of a panel of judges to raise money for Sport Relief.
Monthly panel show with Mark Carruthers, where the studio audience chooses the questions
Documentary following a teenager with Down's syndrome as she prepares to leave home.
Biography of British motor racing sensation Lewis Hamilton.
A chalk-and-cheese duo are sentenced to life in an infamous Mississippi farm prison.
A look at the extraordinary ends to which animals and plants go in order to survive.
Angela Samata explores why some people take their own lives.
Film about Peter Sellers' rise from radio star to one of the world's top comic actors.
Documentary about the A9 with a look at what the future holds for the iconic road.
Series telling the story of capital punishment through the eyes of young people.
Four part dramatisation of Fay Weldon's novel.
A BBC Wales drama serial broadcast in 1981, starring Philip Madoc as David Lloyd George.
Once-renowned wildlife filmmaker Steve Zissou seeks the sea creature that killed a friend.
Series following a year in Carol Klein's garden at Glebe Cottage in north Devon.
Film following the pupils and staff of Donaldson's College as they move to a new site.
David Attenborough reveals the surprising truth about the lives of reptiles and amphibians
David Attenborough reveals the amazing stories behind the tiny lives of invertebrates.
Four-part series going behind the scenes at Northern Ireland's main prisons.
Sir Gerry Robinson looks at the work of the Belfast Trust
Documentaries from Wales looking at the unusual and the unexpected.
Docusoap following the work of environmental health inspectors.
Sitcom about newlyweds, both who have been married before, and their dysfunctional family.
The story of life, from the first cells to the plants and animals that now live around us.
Drama about a detective who, after suffering near-fatal injuries, finds himself in 1973
A reporter's life is turned upside down when she interviews a psychic.
Following the work of the volunteers from the Foyle Search and Rescue last Christmas.
Documentary following a ground-breaking 'chain of survival' for life-threatening injuries.
Life Story takes us on the greatest of all adventures - the journey through life.
Richard Bilton follows up a one hundred year old investigation into unemployment
Following patients going through life-saving operations
The BBC's monthly charity appeal programme, with appeals from well-known personalities.
Charity appeals from Northern Ireland
Comedy western about an ageing outlaw and his new sidekick, a mute boy.
Comedy western about an ageing outlaw who reluctantly takes a young mute boy hostage.
A lightship commander unknowingly rescues three criminals.
A portrait of the Belfast artist John Luke.
Thriller. A forensic psychologist questions a schoolboy charged with killing his roommate.
Animation about ball-shaped aliens the Likeaballs, who compete in sporting challenges
A situation comedy about two young Northern men who share life's ups and downs.
Drama series set in 1920s Liverpool
Revealing the issue of thousands of stillborn babies who were denied a cemetery burial.
Sketch series from the mind of one of Scotland's most original new comedy talents
Adaptation of Alan Hollinghurst's Booker Prize winning novel set in London in 1980s.
Gary Lineker presents a documentary on the world's fascination with Brazil and football.
Sean Rafferty interviews visitors to the Linenhall Library on its 200th anniversary.
Quiz in which teams battle it out to spot the link between a growing number of clues.
The story of Causeway Safari Park, once one of Northern Ireland’s most popular attractions
Documentary telling the story of the implementation of the Dangerous Wild Animals Act.
A selection of Lionel Richie's greatest moments from the BBC archives.
Eddie Butler tells the story of the victorious Lions tour of New Zealand in 1971.
Documentary about the sporting and social impact of the Lions' 1974 tour to South Africa.
A film of exciting times in Ballycastle, County Antrim, during the 1950s and 1960s.
Documentary following the people who are passionate about clearing their streets of mess.
Zany comedy sketch show created by and starring David Walliams and Matt Lucas
Matt Lucas and David Walliams take their comic creations Stateside.
Adaptation of Dickens' story of love, honour, debt and hope in 1820s London.
After a decade of disappointing his father-in-law, Greg tries to prove he is a family man.
An animated boy and his human housemate answer questions about the world around them.
Vintage performances from the Later... with Jools Holland archives
Croydon-born Rachel Khoo demonstrates her flair for the cuisine of Paris.
Dan Snow tells the story of the 'little ships' which took part in the Dunkirk evacuation.