A soldier loyal to Czar Alexander must deliver vital documents behind enemy lines.
The cartoon squirrel and moose battle criminals who want to turn Americans into zombies.
Two infants are abducted from the kingdom of little people.
Tense drama of Washington politics based on Allen Drury's bestselling novel.
A Muslim man and an Irish Catholic woman encounter strong opposition after falling in love
Period drama. A French countess is stripped of her privileges and plots to win them back.
Drama about the loves and losses of a famous playwright and his wife.
A look at families struggling to cope thousands of miles from the Afghan battlefields.
Mark Urban tells the inside story of Britain's fight for Helmand.
A special debate exploring the affect of the war on those who serve and those left behind.
Rory Stewart tells the story of foreign intervention in Afghanistan
Lyse Doucet speaks to Afghan President Hamid Karzai about his reflections and regrets.
BBC News Channel
A joint Persian/Pashto/English BBC interview with the Afghan leader.
BBC World News
A journey through the parts of Afghanistan that don't normally feature in news coverage.
A special programme assessing what the war means for people in the region.
Key decision makers reveal how the West was drawn deeper into the Afghan war.
Eye to eye with the unknown - the world's wildest continent.
Kate Humble and Simon King follow animals in Zambia as a long dry season comes to an end.
A look at business across the continent.
Coverage of the football tournament
Three youngsters from Rwanda decide to make an epic journey to the World Cup.
Olivia Giles, a quadruple amputee, establishes a charity to help amputees in Africa.
Arts and travel series in which celebrities visit selected African destinations.
Jonathan Dimbleby traverses Africa on a 7,000-mile journey to discover how it is changing
Sean Langan is off to East Africa to ride the rails of the historic Tazara railroad.
Series tracing the roots of African music, featuring some of the continent's major artists
Series about the activities and characters of Masindi Secondary School in Uganda
Live from Kenya, BBC film crews follow a day in the life of big game and big cats.
Dr George McGavin and a team of young science detectives investigate rot and decay.
A journey into the science of decay, using a typical kitchen and a garden left to rot.
Boris Johnson investigates the 'clash of civilisations' between Christianity and Islam
Noted war correspondents return to the WWII battlefields from where they had reported.
Documentary exploring the archaeology, music and religion of Dolgellau.
A man who runs an Indian orphanage is offered a donation to ensure its future.
Sitcom following the adventures a jack-of-all-trades who lives with his ex-wife's mother.
Sitcom about Jimmy Venible, a divorcee living with his mother-in-law.
Series of one-off dramas
Documentry looking at what life is like on Innis Mheainn
Gaelic children's programme
A personal view of the Boer War by Kenneth Griffith on the conflict's 100th anniversary.
Series following amateur Brychan Jones's attempts to become a national hunt jockey
Drama telling the remarkable true story of Agatha Christie, the queen of crime.
Documentary which looks at Britain during the 18th century, a time of sexual excess.
Andrew Marr explains how Edinburgh was transformed into a beacon of intellectual thought.
Peter Taylor explores the impact of four major acts of terror from the last 30 years
How the Inter-City 125 train helped turn around British Rail's fortunes in the late 1970s.
A history of Celtic radicalism
Documentary celebrating the singing career of Abba performer Agnetha Fältskog.
Series going behind the scenes at English National Ballet during a tough, dramatic year
Comedy series about Jane Lucas, a former agony aunt turned chat show host.
After sacking the Inca Empire, a group of Spanish adventurers sets out to find El Dorado.
The weekend musicians who choose to compete with the pub jukebox.
A look at the rise of outgoing Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Documentary explaining how Ahmadinejad became a personality to be reckoned with.
Futuristic fairy tale. A highly advanced robotic child longs to become a real boy.
Two teams compete in a battle of wits over Gaelic words, phrases and proverbs
Revealing the story of the 1918 influenza pandemic in Ireland.
Giuseppe Verdi's opera Aida in a spectacular outdoor production on Lake Constance.
Children's drama series
Ceòl is òrain à coimhearsnachdan Gàidhealach.
Music and song from Highland communities.
The role of song in the world of the Gael
Drama based on the memoirs of Lilly Wust about a passionate wartime affair.
Situation comedy about marital infidelity.
Ainsley Harriott embarks on a search for the world's best barbecue ideas.
Ainsley Harriott presents quick and easy meal ideas.
History series telling the story of Islanders' history through their genes
Lighthearted action tale about a pair of maverick US pilots.
Documentary looking at the roots of Runrig's musical influences.
Air An Rathad
Gaels whose global journeys found them in extraordinary situations
Ceòl Ceilteach. A musical showcase
Series examining lifestyles, pastimes and events connected with the sea. Gaelic language.
A simple tale about a boy and a penguin and their growing friendship.
High-altitude thriller in which the presidential aircraft, Air Force One, is hijacked.
A' cruthachadh òrain ùra / Creating new songs
Series following the work of the Great North Air Ambulance team.
Documentary. Three ladies reminisce about their working lives in domestic service.
Maths for age 9-11