1. The 50s
The Ashby-Hawkins family enter the 50s, saying goodbye to their TV and hello to a piano.
First shown: 2 Feb 2016
Simon debates whether to end his life after being diagnosed with motor neurone disease.
First shown: 10 Feb 2016
Professor Green sets out to discover the modern face of homelessness.
First shown: 9 Feb 2016
4. The Great Tide
A look at the sardine run, which happens each winter along the South African coast.
First shown: 4 Mar 2009
BBC Three | Collection
The Virtual Reality Virgin
Murder Games: The Life and Death of Breck Bednar
Rise of the Superstar Vloggers
Film which blows open the debate on what is acceptable to post online.
First shown: 27 Jan 2016
Documentary which goes inside the multi-billion-pound global male webcam industry.
First shown: 3 Feb 2016
Tyger Drew-Honey explores how high-spec virtual reality headsets could change how we live.
Following Marie Fagan and her all-girl extreme cleaning team.
Series 2: Episode 1
James reveals the cars that turned post-war Germany and Japan into motoring powerhouses.
First shown: 24 Jan 2016
Gangs, Guns and the Police
Panorama asks if the police have lost control of the streets of Salford.
First shown: 8 Feb 2016
Michael Wood joins the Qin family reunion as they gather to worship their ancestors....
2. Silk Roads and China Ships
Michael Wood looks at China's first great international age under the Tang Dynasty....
3. The Golden Age
Michael Wood looks at the Song dynasty era, including its art, inventions and cuisine....
Michael Wood joins the Qin family reunion as they gather to worship their ancestors.
First shown: 21 Jan 2016
Michael Wood looks at China's first great international age under the Tang Dynasty.
First shown: 28 Jan 2016
Michael Wood looks at the Song dynasty era, including its art, inventions and cuisine.
First shown: 4 Feb 2016
Documentary made with rare video footage of Guns N' Roses in their formative years.
First shown: 5 Feb 2016
Chris Packham and Liz Bonnin battle it out to find an answer to the burning question.
Looking at the events that resulted in the Docklands bombing twenty years ago.
Groundsmen from English Heritage's most visited palace test gardening equipment....
The engineers who run the Blackpool Illuminations discuss how to slash lighting bills....
Cherry talks to the wardrobe department backstage in the West End's largest theatre....
Michelin-starred chefs put the latest food processors to the test....
Groundsmen from English Heritage's most visited palace test gardening equipment.
First shown: 15 Jan 2016
The engineers who run the Blackpool Illuminations discuss how to slash lighting bills.
First shown: 22 Jan 2016
Cherry talks to the wardrobe department backstage in the West End's largest theatre.
First shown: 29 Jan 2016
Series 2: 6. Going Forward, Stepping Back
Year 7 find out just how strict school used to be in Victorian times.
2015-2016: 15. The Toughest Horse Race in the World: Palio
The race which turns Siena into a battleground of strategy, intrigue and machismo.
First shown: 7 Feb 2016