Michael Wood examines how far historical evidence matches with the tale of the Trojan War.
Marcel Theroux travels across Japan in an attempt to understand Wabi Sabi.
Sequel to "Til Death Us Do Part" with the bad tempered and bigoted Alf Garnett.
Artist Jeanie Finlay goes behind the closed bedroom doors of four British adolescents.
The story of a high school graduate who embarks upon a love affair with an older woman.
Guidance from interior design therapists Alex and Danielle Proud
Drama following the lives of six pregnant women and their partners.
Drama about two thirty-something businessmen taking relationship revenge on a deaf woman.
Series focusing on rural issues.
Psychological thriller about a detective who embarks on a surreal murder investigation.
Set after a zombie uprising, treated zombies are rehabilitated back into society.
Micheal Wood retraces the triumphal march of Alexander the Great across sixteen countries.
Eddie Irvine walks in the footsteps of his hero, World War Two legend Blair Mayne.
A major re-appraisal of the life and work of travel writer and novelist Bruce Chatwin
Profile documentary series of Winston Churchill presented by Professor Richard Holmes.
A bigoted sheriff of a Mississippi town has to collaborate with a black detective.
1989 series which delves into the world of British military tradition.
A British minister accidentally backs a war on TV and then tries to prevent it.
Series for young children about a magical place inhabited by a community of toy characters
Documentary series looking at the role of wild animals in Japanese life, art and religion
Performance from Sadler's Wells to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Ballets Russes.
A man receives word that his son, a soldier recently returned from Iraq, has gone missing.
Series using the BBC archives to reawaken the voices of 20th-century classical composers.
The story of the British novel in the 20th century, as told by the authors themselves
Two Afghan men journey from their refugee camp in Pakistan to a better life in the UK.
A confident young cop constructs a criminal identity in order to infiltrate a drugs ring.
John Ellison interviews interesting people who are In Town Tonight.
Documentary series for viewers in the South and West of England.
The story of HMS Torrin, from its construction to its final sinking.
A warm, authentic family comedy set in Manchester, starring Will Mellor.
Series fighting the corner of the ordinary man and woman on the issues which affect them
Quirky, erotic horror film based on Simon Raven's novel 'Doctor Wears Scarlet'.
Documentary series about some of the more amazing journeys taken by certain species
The edible dormouse has destroyed electrics and killed trees, but is protected by law.
Stefan Gates travels across Britain on a mission to make mealtimes memorable.
Food adventurer Stefan Gates looks at different kinds of dishes and ingredients
Dr Alice Roberts tells the story of how humans left Africa to colonise the world
A group of animals embark on a 250-mile-long journey in search of their owners.
This series follows the trials and tribulations of animals as they undergo their migration
Tony Singh and Cyrus Todiwala want to transform the way British dishes are cooked at home.
Documentary about the migration of the Monarch butterfly from Canada to Mexico.
A family of superheroes living the quiet life must save the world.
William Crawley tells the dramatic story of Ulster's Presbyterians
An indispensable guide to the big stories to watch out for in the week ahead.
BBC World News
An epic road trip journeying into the heart of India's booming car industry
Sanjeev Bhaskar travels across India, getting under the skin of the fascinating country
The story of a train that brings medical assistance to people in rural areas of India.
Radha Bedi travels to India to uncover the reality of life for young women there.
Comedy drama in which a 1960s Welsh mining village is forever changed by the new doctor.
Anjum Anand teaches novice cooks how to cook delicious, healthy Indian food
Series looking at three railway lines that climb through the Indian hills and mountains
Simon Reeve explores remote, dangerous and beautiful locations in the Indian Ocean.
A look at life in an Indian school in the booming IT city of Pune
Series following activities at a school in one of India's IT boom cities.
Indy is back in action to save an old friend and thwart a Soviet plot.
Action adventure. The explorer sets out to rescue his father, lost seeking the Holy Grail.
Intrepid archaeologist Indiana Jones is ricocheted into a dangerous adventure in India.
How modern medicine, religions and ways of life are affecting remote cultures.
Two programmes on the changing industrial landscape of Scotland narrated by Ashley Jensen.
American journalist Truman Capote forms a bond with a murder suspect.
Michael Mosley explores the world of parasites by infesting himself with them.
A north London Muslim discovers he is actually Jewish.
Documentary feature film, tracing the lifelong quest of architecture genius John Lautner.
A dim-witted drunkard dreams of escaping to America with his girlfriend.
Family film about three children who find a genie on a farm in Alderley Edge.
A liberal lawyer challenges fundamentalists over the teaching of evolution in Tennessee.
A restaurateur is torn between his hopes and his sense of duty after his father's suicide.
A Brooklyn teenager returns to live with his father after ten years apart.
Comedy about the antics of a group whose lives intersect around the Friendship Inn.
Drama about an English servant girl who becomes a missionary in China in World War II.
Drama series following a group of law students as they investigate miscarriages of justice
The case of Oscar Slater - widely held to be Scotland's biggest miscarriage of justice.
When a homeless man witnesses an execution, a journalist attempts to uncover the truth.
Recorded coverage of political highlights.
Questions in the House of Commons to the Innovation, Universities and Skills Secretary.
Coverage from the House of Commons of Innovation, Universities and Skills Questions.
A celebration of the relationship found on the Hebrides between people, wildlife and music
The rise of the brutal and riotous fight club that is taking over the streets of Glasgow.
Entomologists Dr James Logan and Brendan Dunphy carry out a complete insect dissection.
Steve Backshall explores insects and their relatives, the arachnids and crustaceans.
The crew of a spaceship encounter an alien creature.
1965 series profiling 13 Americans, with insights into their professions and industries.
Lars Tharp presents a series looking at all types of antiques