The houses that shaped her
Lucy Worsley traces the homes the author lived in, with revealing insights into her work.
Available for 28 days
Series 6: 1. Ayr to Stewarton
From Ayr, Michael Portillo admires Ailsa Craig before getting to grips with curling.
Available for 23 days
How the monasteries' success and spectacular artistic achievement proved too good to last.
6/10 Delve deeper into a world of aphrodisiacs and potions
A closer look at the history behind Versailles with Kate Williams and Greg Jenner.
1. Act One: At Court
Lucy Worsley investigates the lives of Charles II's mistresses at the royal court....
2. Act Two: At Home
How some women began to question their traditional role in the home in the 17th century....
3. Act Three: At Work and At Play
Lucy Worsley explores the lives of the most remarkable women of the Restoration period....
Lucy Worsley investigates the lives of Charles II's mistresses at the royal court.
Available until Thu 12:30am
How some women began to question their traditional role in the home in the 17th century.
Available for 9 days
Lucy Worsley explores the lives of the most remarkable women of the Restoration period.
Available for 16 days
In 1714, Britain shipped in a ready-made royal family from the German state of Hanover.
Available for 24 days
An epic detective story that reveals the amazing truth of the boy behind the golden mask.
Jago reveals how an ancient cultural tradition managed to survive against the odds.
Available for 21 days
2/2 To the City of Gold
Alice takes on an epic camel trek to find the source of Timbuktu's legendary wealth.
1. The Skin of Our Teeth
Kenneth Clark looks at how European ideas and art survived the Dark Ages....
2. The Great Thaw
Kenneth Clark looks at the reawakening of European civilisation in the 12th Century....
3. Romance and Reality
Kenneth Clark travels to France and Italy to capture the spirit of the later Middle Ages....
4. Man - The Measure of all Things
Kenneth Clark continues his reflections on civilisation with a look at Renaissance man....
5. The Hero as Artist
Kenneth Clark looks at artists Michelangelo, Raphael and Leonardo da Vinci....
Kenneth Clark looks at how European ideas and art survived the Dark Ages.
Available for 1 month
Kenneth Clark looks at the reawakening of European civilisation in the 12th Century.
Kenneth Clark travels to France and Italy to capture the spirit of the later Middle Ages.
1/3 The Big Score
Celebrating the cinema soundtrack, Neil Brand looks at the classic orchestral film score.
Available for 19 days
1/3 A Question of Identity
Gabriel Weston looks at the early forensic difficulties of identifying murder victims.
Available for 18 days
1/3 Weird Wonders
A fossilised seabed with bizarre lifeforms has revolutionised our understanding of life.
A look at how Scottish art has wrestled with questions of identity over the last century.
Available for 17 days
BBC Four | Collection
5. My Friends Think I'm Mad
A Game of Soldiers
In Her Majesty's Service
6. Corporal of Horse Christopher Slater, The Life Guards Squadron of the Household Cavalry Regiment...
In the Highest Tradition
An apprentice ladies hairdresser joins Junior Leaders of the Royal Armoured Corps. (1968)
Available for over a year
Two ex-Paras and an ex-Gunner describe the experience of training to kill for us. (1990)
An insight into the life of the Corporal of Horse, Household Cavalry Regiment. (1977)
Griff Rhys Jones: Dad's story
In Ghana and Burma he learns of the West African army his father served alongside in WWII
Available for 22 days
A very famous great-great-grandfather...
The historian looks back on the life and achievements of his illustrious ancestor.