Children's drama series about undercover agents in an inner-city high school
David Harewood attemps to turn a group of inner city teens into Shakespearean actors.
The story of Mackie's, which was once the world's largest producer of textile machinery.
A disgruntled ex-employee tries to get his job back by taking over a building at gunpoint.
Four animals from the New York Zoo find themselves stranded in the Madagascar jungle.
Discover what makes Madagascar's wildlife so different from the rest of the world.
The penguins of the Central Park Zoo have an adventure in the city on Christmas Eve.
Animated adventure sequel in which the zoo animals crash-land in mainland Africa.
Light-hearted crime caper featuring an aspiring boxer and his would-be mobster friend.
Evan Davis looks at the British economy and asks what our country is good at
Musician Courtney Pine composes a piece of music inspired by Holy Island, Northumberland.
Photographer Harry Cory Wright takes on a challenge to show how England inspires his art.
Ian McMillan takes a journey along the Humber estuary and writes a poem inspired by it.
Manchester artist Michael J Browne takes on a new challenge in Cumbria.
Pollyanna Pickering heads to the East Midlands to see if it can inspire her.
Rolf Harris sets out to create a painting encapsulating Kent and Sussex.
Folk musician Seth Lakeman explores the musical landscape of the urban West Midlands.
Children's drama telling the tale of an orphan's attempts to save her school.
Documentary detailing a fascinating legal case involving two Swedish sisters.
Light-hearted look at British parents desperate to get it right for their offspring
Controversial drama. Four young women are sent to a Catholic asylum run by sadistic nuns.
Chiller. A ventriloquist's dummy gains a strange hold over his master.
A special live broadcast on both BBC and UTV marking the occasion of digital switchover.
A tribute to television presenter Johnny Morris, who is remembered for his animal voices.
Adventure. Dougal must stop the evil Zeebad, who threatens to entomb the world in ice.
Incredible illusions, mind-bending magic and classic tricks with a contemporary twist.
Sitcom featuring Plantagenet Evans - a genius, photographer, and man of letters.
What might the future might hold for Derry-Londonderry after its Year of Culture?
A security consultant aboard a cruise ship must fight terrorists intent on taking control.
Rory McIlroy, Darren Clarke and Graeme McDowell reflect on their run of golfing success.
Ben Fogle investigates noma, a disease which eats the faces of Africa's poorest children.
Documentary following ex-baggage handler John Smeaton's election campaign.
Anita Rani looks into the world of skin-lightening cosmetics in the Asian community.
In a new series, Michael Mosley aims to answer some of science's most puzzlng questions.
Two amateur food enthusiasts get the chance to run a restaurant for a week
Composer Benjamin Till creates and shoots his latest musical work with 250 musicians.
Series in which famous people examine just why they are the way they are.
Professor Iain Stewart reveals how centuries of human activity have changed Scotland's landscape.
Thriller in which a recently-married couple find their lives turned upside-down.
Comedy. Three luckless friends try to pay off a gambling debt with help from a greyhound.
Documentary series confronting social and political issues in contemporary society.
Comedy drama set in Glasgow. Jimmy returns from jail a changed man - or is he bluffing?
Napoleon rests at an inn at the start of his conquest of Italy. Play by Bernard Shaw.
A satirical radio show host makes an audacious bid for the presidency of the USA.
Revenge thriller. A bodyguard teams up with a journalist to take on Mexican kidnappers.
Biopic of controversial comedian and star of Taxi and Saturday Night Live, Andy Kaufman.
Sports documentary focusing on Manchester United's successful 1999 season.
Film following 25-year-old Christopher Sands search for a cure for permanent hiccups.
Eddie Irvine tells the story of Harry Ferguson, the first man in Ireland to fly a plane.
The story of Mark Beaumont's solo attempt to smash the record for cycling around the world
An interview with former NASA chief Dr Thomas Paine. (1970)
Documentary following a man and his huge and expanding family.
Drama. A former teacher, disfigured in an accident, is befriended by a young boy.
Romantic comedy in which a travelling saleswoman is pursued by a hapless slacker.
Documentary profiling Nelson Mandela, narrated by David Dimbleby.
Waldemar Januszczak tells the story of 19th-century French artist Manet's dramatic life.
The Manic Street Preachers return to perform at in their hometown of Blackwood.
A team of historians and experts reinterpret 500-year-old Avebury Manor in Wiltshire.
Jerry Brotton uses a unique collection of maps to explore Northern Ireland's origins.
Belfast's Rathmore Grammar School choir takes a musical tour of the Marble Arch Caves.
Jonathan Phang, at the centre of the Marchioness disaster in 1989, addresses his guilt.
An intimate portrait of actress Margaret John, everyone's favourite Welsh mam.
Family, friends and former colleagues recall Margaret Thatcher's life and years in power.
Kenneth Macdonald looks back on the remarkable life and career of Margo MacDonald.
New evidence is used to reconstruct the last hours of Marilyn Monroe's life.
Documentary looking into the case of jailed Royal Marine sergeant Alexander Blackman.
A look at the marriage of Karen and Marc Adams-Jones who featured in a 1984 documentary.
Kids organise the best wedding ever for their parents and step-parents
Animation featuring Martha the dog, who eats alphabet soup and gains the power of speech.
Following schoolgirl and blogger Martha Payne as she travels to Malawi.
Adaption of the Dickens novel. Old Martin Chuzzlewit is a very rich but paranoid man.
Black comedy. A scrounger steals tickets for an all-expenses-paid trip to the Isle of Man.
A powerful and moving story of two ordinary mothers who won't give up.
Mary Berry shows us how to make easy and delicious meals for family and friends.
Mary Peters reflects on her 1972 Olympics gold medal-winning performance in the pentathlon
A banker's search for a nanny brings the magical Mary Poppins to his door.
Mary Portas attempts to transform the charity shop into a real high street contender
Six months after dragging the charity shop into the 21st century, Mary Portas returns.
A retail guru shares the tricks of the trade with failing boutiques.
A plain young heiress has a whirlwind romance with a handsome charmer.
Coverage from St Peter's Square of the mass marking the beginning of Pope Francis's papacy
A Vatican priest opposes an SS general's decision to kill more than 300 Roman hostages.
Amateur cooks compete to win the coveted MasterChef title.
Cookery series that sees three competing amateur chefs prepare a three-course meal.
The hunt for a young chef who wants to make it to the top of the culinary world
Series which celebrates six of the traditional crafts that built our nation
Four contestants brave the black chair to win the coveted Mastermind trophy.
Stephanie Flanders examines how three extraordinary thinkers shaped the 20th century