A delusional and paranoid king tears his family apart
Tragedy and comedy collide in this genre-hopping play. Filmed at the Barbican.
Available for 28 days
Grand Final. With Anita Rani, Ore Oduba and Darcey Bussell
Four category winners and a wild card head to Sadler's Wells to compete for the title.
Available for 27 days
An exploration of the racial tensions in Othello and how its themes still resonate today.
Series 2: 4. Record Shop
Following business at Stewarts Music Shop over the course of a landmark summer.
Available for 24 days
BBC Four | Collection
How to Be a Surrealist with Philippa Perry
The Secret Surrealist: Desmond Morris
Un Chien Andalou
Spike Milligan: Assorted Q
A playful journey into the unconscious to discover the deep roots of Surrealism.
Available for 17 days
How noted zoologist Desmond Morris leads a double life as a painter of dreamlike images.
Available for 10 days
Short, shocking, surrealist silent film from Luis Bunuel and Salvador Dali.
1. Galen and Leonardo
Roman anatomist Claudius Galen and the artist and part-time dissector Leonardo da Vinci.
Available for 8 days
A man checks into an institution, hoping to be cured of his inability to stop dancing.
Available for 25 days
2. Paris 1928
Paris in 1928 attracted people dreaming of a better world after World War I.
Available for 23 days
Rules Don't Apply, Letters From Baghdad, Their Finest
Jason Solomons gives his take on the best and worst of the week's film and DVD releases.
Available for 29 days
1. The Freedom of the Future
The radical 1960s and 70s experiments of an exceptional generation of British architects.
Series 13: 5. The Ladybird Books Story: The Bugs That Got Britain Reading...
Film about the pocket-sized books that were an important part of childhood for many.
From Caravaggio to Cezanne
Waldemar Januszczak explores how the image of Mary Magdalene has evolved in art.
Available for 11 days
Richard Taylor charts the Victorian Gothic architect Pugin's extraordinary life story.
Available for 22 days
Hull 2017: Episode 2
Including an interview with Maureen Lipman and the Humber Bridge as a musical instrument.
Available for 26 days
Arts Show X: Episode 2
Stephen McCauley visits the Nerve Visual gallery & we profile Jazz drummer David Lyttle.
Available for 18 days
Series 1: 6. Sporting Life
Greg Hemphill explores how sports broadcasting has changed from its earliest days.
Series 1 Compilations: Part 1
The first episode goes from Sinatra's birth to his early years as a roadhouse performer.
An attempt to restage the first official broadcast on British television 80 years later.
Available until Fri 12am
3. Party Like It's 1899
How music flourished through economic and social change, and a technological revolution.
Expires tomorrow 8pm