2/3 A Georgian Treat. The story of our sugar obsession
Four modern-day confectioners use original recipes to recreate a Georgian dessert course.
Available for 29 days
With David Olusoga
David Olusoga scours the BBC archives to discover why dictators can have such appeal.
Available for 28 days
David Reynolds re-examines the war leadership of American president Franklin Roosevelt.
Series 7: 2. Exceptional Explorers
Horrible Histories goes pear-shaped in an explorers special.
Available for 27 days
Series 1: Episode 1
Dan Snow explores the family betrayals between Vikings, Anglo-Saxons and Normans....
Series 1: Episode 2
King Harold of England has to take on two invasion forces.
Series 1: Episode 3
The armies of Duke William and King Harold meet at battle in Sussex on 14 October 1066....
Dan Snow explores the family betrayals between Vikings, Anglo-Saxons and Normans.
Available for 21 days
Available for 22 days
The armies of Duke William and King Harold meet at battle in Sussex on 14 October 1066.
Available for 23 days
3/10 Clare Balding
Sports broadcaster Clare Balding uncovers an extraordinary American dynasty.
The story of automata, ancient clockwork machines designed to mimic and recreate life.
1. Home Waters to High Seas
The stories behind the top-heavy Mary Rose and the wrecking of the Spanish Armada.
How 3D photographs helped thwart Hitler's superweapons
The little known story of cutting edge technology that helped uncover the Nazis' secrets.
Available for 26 days
BBC Four | Collection
Railways: The Making of a Nation
Capitalism and Commerce
The Age of Leisure
The New Commuters
Exploring how railways stimulated great changes to the nation's economy.
Available for 15 days
How the idea of excursions to distant places became popular from the 1840s onwards.
How the railways enabled people to live far from the places where they worked.
The Figure of the Earth
The story of three 18th-century French explorers' scientific mission to the Andes.
1. Alfred of Wessex
King Alfred the Great fights a desperate guerrilla war in the marshes of Somerset.
A history of British refuse collection from the Second World War to the consumerist 1960s.
Marking the pioneering efforts of the original WW1 tank men
Rob Bell marks the centenary of the use of tanks in the theatre of war.
Dan Snow leads an investigation into the hunt for a buried Nazi gold train.
Ian Hislop looks at British attitudes to immigration in the Victorian and Edwardian eras.
Available until Sun 12:15am
1. Instruments of Invasion
How the castle became a weapon with which unruly barons challenged the crown.
Available until Sun 2:35am
Art historian Dr Nina Ramirez reveals the codes and messages hidden in Anglo-Saxon art.