Welcome to the post-truth world. You know it’s not real. But you accept it as normal.
Available for over a year
The people of Aberfan tell their stories of loss, miraculous survival and heroic rescue.
Available for 28 days
Huw Edwards traces the story of Aberfan's decades-long battle for justice.
Available for 27 days
2. The 1870s
The slum dwellers must live through a dire economic depression that blighted the 1870s.
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Afoot Again In The Past
Lucinda Lambton's travels take her to some of Britain's most individual homes. (1988)
A guide to strange and delightful buildings which were created for animals. (1985)
Ross Kemp takes a nostalgic look round Cliveden, in Buckinghamshire. (2002)
Dan Snow, Dr Alice Roberts and Dr Albert Lin investigate a mighty tomb in China.
Available for 25 days
Series 16: 1. Bridging the Gap: How the Severn Bridge Was Built...
The inside story of the design and construction of the Severn Bridge.
2. Kingdom of Conquest
The story of Edward I, who turned the castle into an instrument of colonisation.
An adventurous and epic film by Adam Curtis.
4. Kingdom of the Desert
In the deserts of coastal Peru, Jago Cooper explores the rise and fall of Chimor.
1. The 1860s
A group of 21st-century people move into a recreated Victorian slum in London's East End.
Available for 21 days
3. Global War
A look at the global implications of the war, particularly on the African continent.
Series 1: 3. Having It All
How railways, factories, and military might made Britain the richest country in the world.
A film poem to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Aberfan disaster.
Available for 29 days
The New Commuters
How the railways enabled people to live far from the places where they worked.
Dan Snow leads an investigation into the hunt for a buried Nazi gold train.
Available for 10 days
Series 2: 3. Coldbrook Farm and Old Manor...
Kieran Long revisits Coldbrook Farm and Old Manor for an update on their restoration.
1. Instruments of Invasion
The castle soon became a weapon with which unruly barons challenged the crown.
Available for 20 days
Simon Armitage traces the evolution of the Arthurian legend through medieval literature.
Available until Wed 1:30am