Wartime sitcom about the French Resistance starring Gorden Kaye and Carmen Silvera
A year in the life of the Camphill community at Glencraig, County Down.
Series focusing on men's roles in modern society.
Sue Perkins attempts to breathe new life into Dinnington Colliery Brass Band
Oscar-winning drama based on the true story of prominent mathematician John Nash.
Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie's eccentric sketch show
Following the story of a boy who becomes a father at the age of 14.
Catch up with Donnie Macsween, the boy featured in the BBC's documentary from the 1960s.
Charlie Brown enters a spelling contest in this feature-length Peanuts cartoon.
Observational documentary series celebrating Northern Ireland's equestrian world.
A father feels powerless when his son becomes increasingly corrupted by a local gangster.
Compilation of vintage clips from French and Saunders, along with new material
A fading Hollywood star is tricked into performing in an amateur production of King Lear.
A celebration of the songs of Robert Burns recorded at the Cottier Theatre in Glasgow.
London cabbie Mason McQueen drives a taxi in three very different cities around the world.
Drama set in a Kent village during the Second World War, featuring four modern pilgrims.
Miserly Ebenezer Scrooge needs some CBeebies magic to help him share the joy of Christmas!
Film exploring Scotland's past and made entirely of Scottish film archive.
The story of the revolution in modern fatherhood in Britain during the last 100 years
Brian Cox narrates the story of the iconic Scottish paper the Sunday Post.
Viewers question people in the public eye about their attitudes and beliefs.
Professor Robert Winston takes a journey through the world of fertility treatment.
Dylan Thomas's poetic prose evokes the humour and pathos of Christmas between the Wars.
One-off period comedy, peeping into the lives of a family's Christmases across the 1980s.
1977 adaptation of Dickens' classic, A Christmas Carol.
Animation. Ebeneezer Scrooge is taken on an eye-opening journey by three ghosts.
How London has grown in size and spread into the surrounding country. (1964)
Comic monologue about a mother's preparations for her daughter's wedding day.
One-off drama in which an outspoken single mum falls for a public school headmaster.
Tristram Shandy guides viewers through the epic tale of his life.
French drama. A girl, pregnant at just 17, decides to give birth anonymously.
The story of the 1971 charity rock concert organised by George Harrison in New York.
Special concert to mark the nation's appreciation of its servicemen and women.
Documentary following the Hollywood star Gregory Peck on a tour of speaking engagements.
Cookery series celebrating the delights of modern French cuisine.
Classic silent drama about an escaped Dartmoor prisoner after vengeance on a love rival.
Romantic musical-comedy about a dancing star's pursuit of an aristocratic heiress.
Ulster-Scots musician Willie Drennan walks around the Province.
A UK man with a British dad and Yemeni mum visits Yemen to meet his extended family.
Fact-based thriller about the crimes and apprehension of Max Factor heir Andrew Luster.
The Falcon tries to find a kidnapped scientist who has a formula for synthetic diamonds.
Alan Bennett's first TV play, from 1972. A comedy, it follows a cycling club's day out.
Gwyn is stifled by a day out with his grandad, but the old man has a trick up his sleeve.
A strand of short programmes detailing the events of a particular day in history.
Highlights of the wedding day of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson.
A special variety show with host David Frost and guests whose work he admires. (1964)
A US Cavalry officer finds love and adventure at an outpost near the Mexican border.
A renowned actor becomes unable to differentiate between his stage roles and real life.
Programme taking a look at the Glasgow fair holiday fortnight of July 1976. (1977)
In February 2009 catering business P and C Morris went under.
Weekday series on adoption and fostering.
The emotional inside story of an ordinary family going through an extraordinary ordeal.
Top chefs and celebrities pay tribute to legendary chef Keith Floyd.
Couples with a dream of leaving the rat-race compete to run their very own farm in Suffolk
Keith Floyd visits Provence, including a market in L'Isle sur la Sorgue.
Offbeat comedy in which a con artist uses her female charms to steal a stash of jewels.
Richard Fell's adaptation of Fred Hoyle and John Elliot's 1961 sci-fi classic.
Can malaria, which still kills around two million children each year, be defeated?
Jim McDowell reveals the untold true stories from the Ulster troubles.
War drama, following the implications of an illegal arms deal into Rhodesia.
Gaelic music competition
Children's tale about a little mountain girl, inspired by Johanna Spyri's novel.
Story of a Portadown teenage ballet dancer and his dream of a career in world class dance.
Comedy drama. A gold-digging American pursues a wealthy Lord on his honeymoon.
Goofy takes his son on a fishing trip, hoping it will prove a bonding experience.
A nostalgic look at some of Gaelic TV's finest moments
Alphabetical journey through the BBC's song archive
A nostalgic and humorous view of Glasgow life
A new series with Shona Henderson taking an island journey through the Gaelic alphabet
Coming-of-age drama about a man revisiting his troubled youth in 1980s New York.
Anarchic and offbeat 1960s story of 36 hours in the lives of the Beatles.
Honouring the men and women who serve in today's armed forces.
Neil Oliver's epic story of how Britain and its people came to be
How artists have used gold, blue and white to stir emotions and alter history's course
History series presented by Simon Schama
Six-part series tracing the history of British art from 1066 to the modern day.
Historian Diarmaid MacCulloch reveals the origins of Christianity
Actor and writer Mark Gatiss celebrates the greatest achievements of horror cinema
Documentary charting the birth and growth of the Scottish nation.
The stories of objects with links to the Titanic
Examining historical people, places, inventions and events that changed the world.
The story of Maisie, an eight-year-old girl with two failed adoptions behind her.
Drama following the life of Paul Craddock, who was severely injured during the Boer War.
An early film by Ken Russell about the tenants of a house in Bayswater. (1960)
Documentary about the huge growth in popularity of western classical music in China.
Michael Aspel marks the 2011 census and charts how Britain has changed in the past century
A prodigal son returning, Michael Smith goes in search of the Newcastle of his youth.
The most recent discoveries about the Titanic story, with Mike McKimm's footage from 2005.
BBC News Channel
The story of Martin Luther King's visit to Tyneside in 1967.
A money-grabbing lover murders his girlfriend.
Programme on the artist Kyffin Williams. He talks about how he first became a painter.
Graham Chapman's recollections are brought to bizarre life using friends and animation.