Sheila Hancock: How to write a brilliant character...
Sheila Hancock gives story writing tips & tricks on the topic of Character.
First shown: 11 Feb 2016
Charlie Sloth & Lady Leshurr Wax Lyrical...
1Xtra DJ Charlie Sloth and rapper Lady Leshurr wax lyrical about wordplay in storytelling
First shown: 10 Feb 2016
Ben Willbond and Terry Deary Explore Originality...
Ben Willbond and Terry Deary from Horrible Histories explore Originality at the Globe.
First shown: 9 Feb 2016
Amanda Abbington Explores Video Gaming...
Amanda Abbington explores video gaming with expert Aoife Wilson
First shown: 8 Feb 2016
Series 2: 19. Nina Conti
Nina Conti explores how masks allow us to step out of our psychological skins.
First shown: 5 Feb 2016
4. Zoolander 2, Deadpool, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
Claudia and Danny look at Zoolander 2, Deadpool, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
Documentary made with rare video footage of Guns N' Roses in their formative years.
Dr Lucy Worsley explores the royal wardrobes of our monarchs over the last 400 years.
First shown: 7 Jul 2014
A history of celebrated nightclub Annabel's, playground for the rich and famous.
First shown: 6 Feb 2016
Series 1: 1. The Art of the Feast
Andrew and Giorgio begin in Emilia-Romagna, visiting Bologna, Ferrara, Modena and Parma.
First shown: 11 Jan 2013
Documentary following three young British gamers at different stages of their careers.
First shown: 2 Feb 2016
Jim Chapman asks what makes vlogging so popular, and where its future lies.
First shown: 1 Feb 2016
A look at the history of still life painting, from Xenia murals to Picasso's cubism.
First shown: 5 Jan 2014
Series 2: 7. The Home Front
How 1960s Britain tried to solve housing shortages and rebuild shattered cities.
First shown: 17 Sep 2013
Dad's Army, Rams, Trumbo
Mark Kermode gives his verdict on Dad's Army's return to the big screen.
3. Dad's Army, Trumbo, A Bigger Splash
Ralph Fiennes talks about his role in A Bigger Splash.
First shown: 3 Feb 2016
Film exploring the story of the lyric-driven French chanson and its greatest artists.
First shown: 15 May 2015
2. Whole Lotta Shakin'
How the likes of Elvis and Jerry Lee Lewis scandalised America with their gyrations.
First shown: 10 Jul 2015
An argument for the cinematic merit and cultural importance of 1950s British war films.
First shown: 2 Jan 2013
A portrait of the man behind Inspector Montalbano, the Italian novelist Andrea Camilleri.
First shown: 7 Feb 2016