1. Ruling by the Book
A look at illuminated manuscripts of the Anglo-Saxon rulers who created a united England.
Available for 26 days
Atlantis: The Evidence
Bettany Hughes shows how the legend of Atlantis was inspired by a real historical event.
Available for 27 days
3. World in Motion
In the closing years of the decade, society was transformed by an accelerated change.
Available for 21 days
3. The Divine Craft of Carpentry...
A look at British woodwork from the Middle Ages, an era with wonders that still astound.
BBC Four | Collection
One Foot in the Past
The Car's the Star
Series 4: The E-Type Jaguar
The Friday Documentary
Celebrate public transport with Kirsty Wark, Joan Bakewell and Dan Cruickshank. (2000)
Available for over a year
Stewardesses, pilots and passengers look back over Concorde's chequered history. (1994)
Quentin Willson and guests look at why so many find the E-Type Jaguar so special. (1997)
2008-2009: 10. WWI Aces Falling
The story of Edward Mannock and James McCudden, two of Britain's fighter aces in WWI.
Available for 25 days
What happened on the December night when Vincent van Gogh took a blade to his own ear?
Available for 15 days
Is there any truth behind the legend of the Bermuda Triangle?
Available until Thu 11pm
1. The Sound of the Crowd
How the early 80s saw new forces of choice and consumerism radically reshape British life.
Available for 7 days
1. Frank Brent
Frank Brent, an NCO with the Australian Imperial Force, fought at Gallipoli....
2. Katie Morter
Katie Morter, a civilian in Manchester, recalls a letter that broke her heart....
3. Henry Williamson
Henry Williamson, a Private with the London Rifles, recalls the Christmas Truce of 1914....
4. Cecil Arthur Lewis
Cecil Arthur Lewis, a fighter pilot with the Royal Flying Corps, recalls WW1 dogfights....
5. Stefan Westmann
Stefan Westmann, a German Infantry Division Corporal, describes the act of killing....
Frank Brent, an NCO with the Australian Imperial Force, fought at Gallipoli.
Katie Morter, a civilian in Manchester, recalls a letter that broke her heart.
Henry Williamson, a Private with the London Rifles, recalls the Christmas Truce of 1914.
Documentary about the performers who kept up the troops' morale during WWII.
Available for 24 days
Series 2: 6. Messing About in Boats
Documenting Britain's fondness for boats using short films from the 1960s.
Available for 23 days
2. Under Pressure
By the mid-80s, Britain felt like an embattled nation, struggling to establish identity.
Available for 14 days
2. War of the Three Kings, Part Two
The story of Robert the Bruce's invasion of English-occupied Ireland in 1315.
Available until Tue 11pm
How the introduction of steam railways in the early 19th century changed Britain....
A look at how railways began to move people, rather than just goods, around the country....
How railways transformed the British diet, saving a nation that struggled to feed itself....
At the National Railway Museum, Alex and Peter help get the Flying Scotsman into steam....
The team head to the South Devon Railway.
How the introduction of steam railways in the early 19th century changed Britain.
Available until Thu 2:35am
A look at how railways began to move people, rather than just goods, around the country.
Expires tonight 9pm
How railways transformed the British diet, saving a nation that struggled to feed itself.
Alice Roberts joins the team excavating a 3,000-year-old Bronze Age village in the Fens.
Available until Thu 10pm
How fundamental the years of adversity were in getting the public to embrace ballet.