Katherine of Aragon passionately defended her position as Henry pressed for annulment.
Available for 29 days
Series 13: 2. Amanda Holden
Amanda Holden explores her French ancestry.
Dan Snow traces the story of his great-great-grandfather, David Lloyd George.
Series 5: 1. West
Finds include training trenches on Salisbury Plain and luxury foreign goods at Tintagel.
Available for 28 days
1. First Encounters
David Olusoga explores the relationship between Britain and people of African origins....
David Olusoga looks at slavery and remembers black sailors who fought for Britain....
3. Moral Mission
David Olusoga explores the Victorian moral crusade against slavery....
4. The Homecoming
David Olusoga concludes his series with the three African kings who stood up to Empire....
David Olusoga explores the relationship between Britain and people of African origins.
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David Olusoga looks at slavery and remembers black sailors who fought for Britain.
Available for 9 days
David Olusoga explores the Victorian moral crusade against slavery.
Available for 16 days
A look at how and why the Britannic, sister ship of the Titanic, sank 100 years ago.
Available for 27 days
Series 13: 1. Danny Dyer
Actor Danny Dyer sets out to discover the history of his family in the East End of London.
Available for 22 days
Welcome to the post-truth world. You know it’s not real. But you accept it as normal.
Available for over a year
10. War without End
The final part explores the war's last months, the armistice and the Treaty of Versailles.
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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)
Ian Hislop looks at the 1963 Beeching Report, which closed a third of the UK's railways.
How an NYPD bomb-disposal expert helped defuse the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
Documentary exploring the Pilgrims' journey across the Atlantic in the early 17th century.
Available for 19 days
Series 2: 8. Beef
The Bikers explore the culinary traditions of the different islands of the British isles.
Available for 24 days
Series 9: 3. The Men Who Built the Liners
A look at the unique culture that grew up in the Clyde shipyards.
The 1960s behind them, the Irwins encounter the Brixton Riots and Notting Hill Carnival.
Series 1: 3. Roman Britain
How our views and understanding of Roman Britain have changed and evolved over time.
Filmmaker Billy Dosanjh celebrates 50 years of the Sikhs in his hometown of Smethwick.
Available for 23 days