Comic Will Smith uncovers what Britain makes of this somewhat blunt Anglo-Saxon oath.
Week in Week Out investigates hospital bug Clostridium difficle.
Highlights of US politics from C-SPAN, including the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission.
Highlights of the previous week in politics in the USA.
Bob Fosse's musical about a lovestruck cabaret singer living in decadent 1930s Berlin.
The island of Eriskay is now linked to the Uist mainland by a causeway.
Brian Walker examines recently released government papers on Northern Ireland.
Recorded coverage of the Lords Constitution Committee from Wednesday 17th June.
Recorded coverage of House of Commons proceedings from Wednesday 18 June.
Statement on the Board of Inquiry report into the 2007 HMS Tireless accident. 12 June.
Defence Secretary John Hutton and his team of ministers.
Recorded coverage of Select Committee proceedings.
Lightweight comedy about an unmarried dentist who asks his assistant to pose as his wife.
Slapstick comedy. An obnoxious property developer wants to take over a country club.
Reporter Kenneth MacDonald investigates our caffeine society.
BBC World News
Drama series about two New York women police detectives.
Four girls undergo a gruelling selection process to join the TA
Three women take on the 'men's work' of crewing North Sea trawlers
Documentary series following three girls training to be ghillies on a Highland estate
Colin MacKenzie, the island boy who rose to become the first Surveyor General of India.
A family from west Belfast travel to Brazil to help build houses for the poor.
Dougie Vipond visits the Cairngorms, Britain's largest and newest National Park.
Series on the history, architecture and legends of some of Scotland's finest castles
The story of the wild and violent love-affair between poet and wife.
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Documentary revealing the hidden history of Scottish pop music.
Comedy drama based on the true story of 12 ladies from Yorkshire baring all for charity.
The inside story of the original WI Calendar Girls, from the first shoot to the last.
Stefan Gates discovers a golden age of English cuisine from some 300 years ago.
Documentary about 1960s Californian pop group the Mamas and the Papas.
Comedy about two Californian high-school students who discover a frozen neolithic caveman.
PJ O'Rourke considers the unique role of the California governor.
Professor Mary Beard explores the life and times of the notorious Roman emperor Caligula.
Fly-on-the-wall documentary following staff in the third largest call centre in Swansea.
Fyfe Robertson travels to some of Scotland's islands, including Mull, Staffa and Barra.
Series looking at British Royal Navy sailors and their experiences of life at sea.
A look at the history of police-based TV drama
Drama set in London's East End during the 1950s, based on the memoirs of Jennifer Worth.
Documentary about renowned opera singer, Maria Callas.
Documentary series following pub landlords as they attempt to keep afloat in the recession
Documentary series following students on their journey to enter the Christian Priesthood.
Calum Best travels the UK meeting children who are growing up with alcoholic parents.
Òrain air diofar chuspairean.
Songs on various themes.
Animated adventures of builder Bob and his friends
Calum is the number one fan of Myland, the new cyberspace phenomenon.
Calum's family have fulfilled his dying wish to give other children with cancer a holiday.
Series looking at members of World Boxing Champion Joe Calzaghe's family
Highlights from the annual Cambridge Folk Festival.
Drama tracing the tale of Britain's most infamous double agents.
Musical about the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.
The story of the birth of the fly-on-the-wall documentary genre.
Coverage of David Cameron and Nick Clegg's first joint press conference at No.10.
Disney musical. A singer is sent to a music camp to counter his bad boy rocker image.
Michael Cockerell follows Margaret Thatcher on the 1979 campaign trail. From 30 April 1979
Jon Sopel looks back at the day's events in the General Election campaign
Andrew Neil interviews a leading political figure on election issues and policies.
Detective drama series based on the Albert Campion novels written by Margery Allingham
Film following the fortunes of five athletes dreaming of winning the 100m in London.
Documentary following the first in-depth look at dogs' ability to detect cancer in humans.
Stefan Gates immerses himself in the extraordinary world of insect-eating.
Ten dangerously obese teenagers embark on a perilous journey that could save their lives.
Businessman Sir Gerry Robinson tries to turn around three struggling care homes.
Businessman Sir Gerry Robinson faces a challenge - to reduce hospital waiting times
George Lamb explores the world of legal party pills and herbal highs.
Second part of the documentary in which David Attenborough explores climate change.
Adam Deacon presents a documentary looking at the state of British policing today.
Two ex-bankers spend a week working with a struggling business hit by the credit crunch.
Documentary about four children trying to overcome the traumatic effects of bullying.
Sir Gerry Robinson helps two families torn over what to write in their wills
Julia Bradbury explores Britain's network of canals and their accompanying towpath trails
Iolo Williams travels along Wales's canals.
A young, liberal lawyer runs for the Senate in an honest and transparent campaign.
A group of friends set up an all-female taxi firm in the face of their personal lives.
Rickie Haywood-Williams finds out the true impact of the UK's skunk-smoking habit.
Ex-EastEnders star James Alexandrou on a quest to find out the truth about cannabis
Tom Brook travels to Cannes to find out what makes the world's biggest film festival tick.
BBC News Channel
Tom Brook looks back at some of the highlights of the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.
Tom Brook looks back at some of the highlights of the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.
Tom Brook looks back at some of the highlights of the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.
The story of John Darwin, who faked his death by pretending to disappear at sea.
Coverage of canoeing action
Coverage from the Canoe Slalom World Championships.
Drama set in a Kent village during the Second World War, featuring four modern pilgrims.
Drama series based on Geoffrey Chaucer's tales.
Art programme where various presenters discuss the art that interests them.
Gaelic children's programme
A profile of Capercallie, who have broadened the awareness of Gaelic culture worldwide.
Capercaillie live at Glasgow's Fruitmarket