Valerie Singleton and an audience of children put their questions to a celebrity guest
A look back at some of the boxing champions that have come from the south Wales valleys.
Hammer horror combining a circus setting with an unusual vampire tale.
Van Morrison's unique live performance on the avenue he made famous through Astral Weeks.
A redundant baker purchases an old van and sets himself up in the fast food business.
Gerry Anderson celebrates van men.
William Thackeray's satire of English society during the Napoleonic wars.
Programmes to mark the seventieth anniversary of VE Day.
Stories from around the regions to mark the anniversary of Victory in Europe Day.
From big cats to tiny weasels, this series follows the sometimes surprising evolution of the Carnivora - the mammals that eat meat.
A possessed local hunts a group of teenagers through Louisiana's bayous.
Sir David Frost interviews Dame Vera Lynn at her home in Sussex.
Drama based on the true events of an Irish journalist's pursuit of Dublin's crime lords.
The story of the rise and fall of one of Europe's most splendid palaces
Five people with an extreme fear of heights set off on a once-in-a lifetime adventure.
Documentary series examining life in the Sussex village of Ditchling
Documentary series on life in a Sussex village, tracing the Arts & Crafts movement.
Documentary series following the African adventures of a big game vet and her family.
Documentary series following the Veterinary Emergency Treatment Service
Documentary series at one of the largest veterinary practices in South Wales.
Series following newly qualified vets at work.
Series following animals receiving treatment at the surgery in Chester Zoo.
Documentary series following the training of a new generation of vicars
British sitcom starring Dawn French as the Vicar of the rural parish of Dibley
Dramatisation of the lives and relationship between Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
Documentary following cyclist Victoria Pendleton as she prepares for the 2012 Olympics.
Six one-off situation comedies written by and starring Victoria Wood.
Victoria Wood serves up a large helping of Christmas comedy with a series of pastiches.
BAFTA award-winning actress and comedian Victoria Wood is back with a Christmas special.
Comedy legend Victoria Wood travels the globe to explore Britain's love affair with tea.
A bumper (re)collection of the BAFTA-winning comedienne's most recent TV treats.
Stand-up, sketches, songs and social satire from Victoria Wood.
Featuring comedy, monologues and sketches in Victoria's own inimitable style.
Victoria Wood delves into the making of her Mid-Life Christmas.
Victoria Wood visits countries that used to be part of Queen Victoria's British Empire.
Fiona Bruce traces the story of the love between Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
Documentary series following a team who live the life of Victorian farmers for a year
Make your own traditional Victorian Christmas.
Historical observational documentary series which recreates a Victorian pharmacy
Jeremy Paxman takes a journey into Victorian Britain.
Short documentary films about everyday life.
Romantic comedy. A small-town girl dreams of becoming an international flight attendant.
Mark Carruthers provides comment and expert analysis on the week's political news
Long-running flagship religious series.
Neil Oliver goes in search of the truth about the Vikings beyond their violent reputation.
An outsider's view of a Welsh rural village in 1968 - Caio in Carmarthenshire.
Sarah Beeny follows a passionate group of locals as they try to rescue their village.
The villagers of Hemsby in Norfolk try to stop their homes falling into the sea.
Thriller. The residents of a 19th-century village live in fear of mysterious creatures.
The story of 20th Century England is played out through a family in a Derbyshire village.
Documentary looking at the history of violence in a single London street - The Highway, E1
Accessing all areas to follow not only stars, but their teams who work behind the scenes.
Celebrities and members of the public recall the truth about the moment they lost it.
Virtual Revolution charts two decades of change since the invention of the World Wide Web
A deadly alien virus infects the computers of a Russian research ship.
Kim Howells celebrates 250 years of art in the Welsh Valleys.
Comedy set in the visiting room of HMP Radford Hill.
A professor returns to New York and finds two illegal immigrants living in his apartment.
Sitcom following the adventures of the roguish Para Handy and his often bitter crew.
Ripley Holden attempts to get his hands on the real Jules Rimet World Cup trophy.
Revealing the realities of performing in 21st century Scottish variety
Programmes to mark the seventieth anniversary of VJ Day.
A tribute to the late Sean Crummey, host of BBC radio and TV's The Folks On The Hill.
Four superstar coaches search for The Voice UK.
David Dimbleby presents election coverage as results come in
Coverage and analysis from election counts around Northern Ireland
Coverage and analysis from election counts around Scotland
David Dimbleby hosts election night coverage as results come in from around the country.
David Dimbleby guides viewers through the 2014 European and local elections.
Melodrama. A woman gets more than she bargained for when she falls for a photographer.
How a company in Dartford manufacturing Vox amplifiers came to define the sound of the 60s