How Svalbard transforms from an ice world into a rich tundra through the year.
First shown: 12 Feb 2016
The team go behind the scenes of $100m crowd-funded game Star Citizen.
First shown: 13 Feb 2016
Professor Iain Stewart explores the story of our turbulent relationship with the wind.
First shown: 2 Feb 2010
Series 2: 1. Moyo & Robin
Lucy Cooke and Patrick Aryee meet orphaned animals in Zimbabwe and Costa Rica.
First shown: 7 Feb 2016
1. What Is Reality?
Exploring how the brain conjures up the world we all take for granted....
2. What Makes Me?
How the brain gives rise to thoughts, emotions, memories and personality....
3. Who Is in Control?
How almost every action we take is driven by parts of the brain we have no access to....
4. How Do I Decide?
A journey through the unseen world of decisions, and how they get made....
Exploring how the brain conjures up the world we all take for granted.
First shown: 21 Jan 2016
How the brain gives rise to thoughts, emotions, memories and personality.
First shown: 28 Jan 2016
How almost every action we take is driven by parts of the brain we have no access to.
First shown: 4 Feb 2016
1. New England
New England is the stage for an incredible autumnal colour change.
First shown: 5 Feb 2016
A family of tenant hill farmers try to breed the perfect sheep.
First shown: 8 Feb 2016
Can You Stop My Multiple Sclerosis?
Panorama has access to patients pioneering a treatment for MS sufferers.
First shown: 18 Jan 2016
Click tries out the world's tiniest printer and checks out high-tech home security.
First shown: 6 Feb 2016
The story of the discovery in Argentina of the largest animal to ever walk the Earth.
First shown: 24 Jan 2016
Will Millard explores how the River Taff once ran black with coal dust.
How 19th-century countess Ada Lovelace helped give rise to the modern era of computing.
First shown: 17 Sep 2015
Documentary about William Mulholland, responsible for building LA's water infrastructure.
First shown: 26 Jan 2016
Tyne and Wear
Matt explores a country park near Newcastle and Ellie visits Roker Lighthouse, Sunderland.
1. Deep Earth
How the forces of the deep Earth played a role in the development of human civilisation.
First shown: 19 Jan 2010
How have the curious minds of orangutans and crows helped them become so inventive?
2010-2011: 9. What Is Reality?
Are we are part of a cosmic hologram? Do we exist in an infinity of parallel worlds?
First shown: 17 Jan 2011
4. The Great Tide
A look at the sardine run, which happens each winter along the South African coast.
First shown: 4 Mar 2009
Professor Iain Stewart shows how control over water has been central to human existence.
First shown: 26 Jan 2010