First Night – Part 1. A spectacular start to the season
Featuring Beethoven's dramatic Third Piano Concerto and a raucous new work by Tom Coult.
Available for 23 days
The Art of the Vikings
An exploration of Viking culture and its long-lasting influence on the British Isles.
Available for 27 days
Jane Austen superfans reveal what a vicar's daughter from Hampshire means to them.
Available for 26 days
Majestic art on a huge scale
Following master weavers as they turn Ofili's paintings into a spectacular new work.
Available for 24 days
BBC Four | Collection
Handmade in Japan
Series 1: 1. Samurai Sword
Series 1: 2. The Kimono
Series 1: 3. Mingei Pottery
A family of Samurai sword makers continue a 230-year-old tradition.
Available for 11 days
On the island of Amami Oshima we follow the elaborate production of a Japanese kimono.
Following Tomoo Hamada at work, shaping his pots and firing them in a wood-fuelled kiln.
The composer’s forgotten story
How the young Mozart made his musical breakthrough in Georgian London.
Available for 25 days
Barenboim's Elgar. English classics and new works
The inspirational Daniel Barenboim conducts his German orchestra, Staatskappelle Berlin.
The inspiring story of 14-year-old painter Kieron
Following the talented prodigy as he prepares for his latest exhibition.
Available for 20 days
A treasure trove of history, science and culture
Tristram Hunt showcases the establishments shortlisted for this prestigious prize.
Available for 17 days
The award-winning triptych
Darcey Bussell introduces Wayne McGregor’s ballet based on Virginia Woolf's writings.
Available for 18 days
Documentary exploring the private life and public legacy of country singer John Denver.
Available until Sun 11:05pm
A tribute to the unsung heroes of rock, forever in the shadow of the superstars.
Available for 16 days
A personal journey into the short but expressive art form of the German lied song.
Behind the enigmatic smile
Andrew Graham-Dixon asks if the world's most famous painting is giving up its secrets.
The city at its most vibrant
Lemn Sissay celebrates the continued creativity and spirit of his home city.
Available for 10 days
Music for a summer’s evening
A feast of popular classics performed in the magnificent Schonbrunn Palace gardens.
Peter York seeks to understand what he sees as the modern obsession with 'The Authentic'.
Available until Sun 1:35am
From barbarians to traders
Alice Roberts examines how the story of the Vikings has changed on TV since the 1960s.
3. Silk, Sex and Sin
Looking at Venice and its impact on art history, celebrating colour, drama and vitality.
Available for 28 days