Take Up Space - Vanessa Kisuule
Vanessa Kisuule calls on all women to stop shrinking themselves, and take up space!
First shown: 4 May 2015
Lianne La Havas on Shoes
Lianne La Havas takes a Private View of the V&A exhibition 'Shoes: Pleasure and Pain'.
First shown: 27 Sep 2015
Documentary looking at how the life of Ted Hughes shaped his work as a poet.
First shown: 10 Oct 2015
Writer and critic AN Wilson revisits the life and work of poet Philip Larkin.
First shown: 11 Oct 2015
BBC | Collection
The One Show
Black Roses: The Killing of Sophie Lancaster
Return to Larkinland
Rhymes, Rock & Revolution: The Story of Performance Poetry
Simon Armitage in Conversation with Tony Harrison
Steve Coogan joins Matt and Alex to talk about his new autobiography.
First shown: 8 Oct 2015
Poems tell the story of Sophie Lancaster, who was killed because of her appearance.
First shown: 12 Mar 2015
Pop Goes the Easel
Ken Russell's film on the Young British Artists of the Pop Art movement. (1962)
First shown: 25 Mar 1962
The true story of twin sisters from China, adopted by two separate sets of parents.
First shown: 3 Mar 2015
The Georgian age saw courtship rules being rewritten, as romantic love was glamorised.
2. Faces of the People
Simon explores how every face has its own story to tell.
First shown: 7 Oct 2015
Portrait of the truly unique comedy genius of Spike Milligan, as told in his own words.
First shown: 10 Dec 2014
Poets Simon Armitage and Tony Harrison discuss their craft and careers.
Former postman Alan Johnson MP tells the story of 500 years of the Royal Mail.
First shown: 6 Oct 2015
Series 1: 9. Country Living
How new technologies and production methods changed the face of agriculture in the 1960s.
First shown: 11 Feb 2013
1. The Face of Power
Simon explores the external power of portraiture.
First shown: 30 Sep 2015
Sicario, Beasts of No Nation, Suffragette
Mark and Gavin present live from the London Film Festival at Leicester Square.
First shown: 9 Oct 2015
3. The Age of the Individual
How the booming 19th-century economy saw philanthropic industrialists buying great art.
First shown: 31 Jul 2013
How the edges between performance poetry and popular music have become blurred.
3. The Golden Age
Lucy explores the Edwardian era and the golden age of detective fiction between the wars.
First shown: 7 Oct 2013
A first-hand account of rockers on the road from the late 1950s to the 80s and beyond.
First shown: 25 Apr 2015