Panorama investigates allegations of child abuse by prominent people in Britain.
First shown: 6 Oct 2015
Liz McIvor explores how the nation's canal network was saved following years of neglect.
First shown: 28 Aug 2015
Alice Roberts and Neil Oliver explore the origins of the Celts in central Europe.
First shown: 5 Oct 2015
Who is the real Wayne Rooney, off the pitch and away from the media spotlight?
The recruits are challenged by former Navy Seals...
The remaining recruits are under the command of...
An officer from the elite special forces of the...
The recruits go behind enemy lines in a military...
The recruits enter the psychologically demanding...
Special Forces - Ultimate Hell Week
The recruits are challenged by former Navy Seals operatives set on 'weeding out the weak'.
First shown: 30 Aug 2015
The remaining recruits are under the command of former Israeli YAMAM operative Itay Gil.
First shown: 6 Sep 2015
An officer from the elite special forces of the Philippines takes control of the recruits.
First shown: 13 Sep 2015
Former postman Alan Johnson MP tells the story of 500 years of the Royal Mail.
Sam Poling investigates the multi-million pound world of the legal high trade.
Edward Snowden gives his first BBC interview to Panorama.
The Bikers discover which of them has Viking blood in their veins.
BBC Four | Collection
Music for Misfits: The Story of Indie
1. The DIY Movement
BBC Music John Peel Lecture
2. 2015: Brian Eno
Indie on BBC Four
A look at British indie music at a time when the industry was controlled by major labels.
First shown: 2 Oct 2015
Joy Division's story through live performance footage, photos, period films and audiotapes
First shown: 27 Feb 2015
Brian Eno delivers this year's BBC Music John Peel Lecture on the ecology of culture.
George McGavin investigates the dramatic life of the oak tree over the four seasons.
First shown: 1 Oct 2015
The weird world of maras, desert-dwelling penguins and guanacos.
In the midst of winter, time-lapses show a magical country shrouded in frost and mist.
First shown: 2 Oct 2013
Baker Paul Hollywood explores the world of Aston Martin cars.
First shown: 4 Oct 2015
2015-2016: 10. Return of the Giant Killers:...
A pride of lions has...
2015-2016: 8. Ireland's Wild River: The...
2015-2016: 3. Galapagos: Islands of Change
2015-2016: 1. Africa's Fishing Leopards
2014-2015: 2. Honey Badgers: Masters of...
Is the honey badger the...
A pride of lions has rewritten the rules - they have learnt to take down elephants.
First shown: 19 Aug 2015
Colin Stafford-Johnson explores the longest river in the British Isles.
First shown: 16 Jul 2015
David Attenborough reveals how the Galapagos Islands are adapting to a human revolution.
First shown: 10 Mar 2015
The final months of life in the womb, when cartilage hardens to form the skeleton.
First shown: 28 Sep 2015
David Attenborough offers a unique perspective on 60 years of wildlife filmmaking.
First shown: 16 Nov 2012