Jonathan Foyle looks at the cultural artefacts created in King Henry VIII's name.
Available for 29 days
Series 1: Episode 3
The armies of Duke William and King Harold meet at battle in Sussex on 14 October 1066.
Available for 21 days
3. Jane, Mary and Elizabeth
How the Tudor queens Jane, Mary and Elizabeth struggled with a crown made for a male head.
Available for 24 days
Documentary about the rituals and secrets of the royal bedchamber.
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)
Series 9: 3. Patrick Stewart
Patrick Stewart investigates his father's extraordinary war career.
Available for 28 days
2008-2009: 10. WWI Aces Falling
The story of Edward Mannock and James McCudden, two of Britain's fighter aces in WWI.
Available for 20 days
Charting the devastating impact pirates had during an era of colonial expansion.
How the colour boom and digital revolution have shaped modern British photography.
Celebrity advocates explore ten key objects from the Imperial War Museums's collection.
4. A Fighting Spirit
The story of the economic regeneration of Wales and the people who helped bring it about.
Available for 26 days
The remarkable true story of the woman behind the worldwide waxworks empire.
Expires tomorrow 10pm
1. At Medieval Court
Stephen Smith finds out what it took to get ahead at the court of Richard II.
Available for 25 days
Alice Roberts joins the team excavating a 3,000-year-old Bronze Age village in the Fens.
Available until Wed 11pm
1. The Written Self
Tracing our modern sense of self back to when ordinary people first took up the quill.
Dan Cruickshank explores the secrets of the bridges that have made London what it is.
Dr Richard Clay retells the history of the French Revolution through the story of its art.
Expires tomorrow 11pm
Series 15: 4. The People's Liners - Britain's Lost Pleasure Fleets...
A voyage in the company of passengers and crew of the country's vintage steamers.
Available until Thu 4am
6. Fighting to the End
Fear and hatred of Bolshevism drove many Germans to fight to the bitter end.
Available for 15 days