Contemporary retelling of the Passion of Jesus Christ, with a new Mancunian soundtrack.
Ten years ago, the BBC's David Dimbleby gained unprecedented access to Nelson Mandela.
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Documentary profiling Nelson Mandela, narrated by David Dimbleby.
Waldemar Januszczak tells the story of 19th-century French artist Manet's dramatic life.
The Manic Street Preachers return to perform at in their hometown of Blackwood.
The Royal Ballet perform Kenneth MacMillan's 1974 ballet Manon, starring Tamara Rojo.
A team of historians and experts reinterpret 500-year-old Avebury Manor in Wiltshire.
Jane Austen period drama about a girl from a poor family sent to live with wealthy aunts.
Adapation of the Jane Austen classic starring Frances O'Connor and Jonny Lee Miller.
June Whitfield tells the story of her career, which has spanned almost 60 years.
Actors look back at their career, with testimony from friends and colleagues.
Amanda Vickery looks at how and why Jane Austen has won over generations of readers.
Modern explorer Nicholas Crane travels across eight maps that changed the face of Britain.
Nicholas Crane explores landscapes throughout Britain and Ireland using historical maps.
Investigating the patterns, architecture, detection and prevention of criminal behaviour.
Investigating the Great Arc, a 200-year-old project to map the Indian subcontinent.
Jerry Brotton uses a unique collection of maps to explore Northern Ireland's origins.
Professor Jerry Brotton uncovers how maps are snapshots of history and tools of power
Sgeul bho bheul-aithris na h-Innseachan. Animated folk tale from India.
Belfast's Rathmore Grammar School choir takes a musical tour of the Marble Arch Caves.
Documentary which examines Marc Bolan's childhood ambitions of fame and where it led him.
Comedy sketch show featuring a gallery of delusional characters.
Jonathan Phang, at the centre of the Marchioness disaster in 1989, addresses his guilt.
Marcus Brigstocke meets champions of unusual pursuits
The Tokyo fish market
Drama charting Margaret Thatcher's astonishing fall from power.
An intimate portrait of actress Margaret John, everyone's favourite Welsh mam.
Special programme to mark the passing of Margaret Thatcher.
Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's final speech at the despatch box. From 22 November 1990
Family, friends and former colleagues recall Margaret Thatcher's life and years in power.
Young Margaret wants nothing more than to be an MP, but may be too much of a rebel.
Drama based around the relationship between dancers Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev.
Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev star in a performance of Marguerite and Armand.
Lust, greed and murder involving a drifter, a housewife and an unsuspecting husband.
New evidence is used to reconstruct the last hours of Marilyn Monroe's life.
Single character comedy with a divorced taxi driver narrating the story of his break up
Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris perform songs from their All the Roadrunning album.
Mark Knopfler talks about how his songs have been influenced by his life and roots.
Tinky Winky, Laa Laa, Dipsy and Po discuss their work with Mark Lawson.
Mark Lawson in conversation with famous personalities from all walks of life
Mark Steel presents witty arguments for the importance of a historical figure.
Following Mark Padley's blog
Cookery programme focusing on the sourcing of ingredients from Britain's markets
A Turkish small time black marketeer attempts to enter the cell phone business.
Six sequences on the theme of markets, including history, geography and literacy.
A look at the marriage of Karen and Marc Adams-Jones who featured in a 1984 documentary.
Twenty years ago the Liberal Party and the SDP united to form the Liberal Democrats.
A richly-detailed staging of Mozart's comic masterpiece from the Royal Opera House.
The social changes affecting marriage in post-war UK life.
Looking at marriage in Britain's increasingly diverse society.
Kids organise the best wedding ever for their parents and step-parents
How the possibility of life on Mars has fuelled man's quest to visit the Red Planet.
Jazz musician Wynton Marsalis looks at putting theory into practice.
Children's entertainment show.
Animation featuring Martha the dog, who eats alphabet soup and gains the power of speech.
Following schoolgirl and blogger Martha Payne as she travels to Malawi.
Series about the history of British science fiction.
Adaption of the Dickens novel. Old Martin Chuzzlewit is a very rich but paranoid man.
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
Oona King goes in search of the real Martin Luther King.
The story of the writer and his written account of the Western Isles, published in 1703.
Black comedy. A scrounger steals tickets for an all-expenses-paid trip to the Isle of Man.
Sophie Dahl explores the extraordinary life and times of her food heroine, Mrs Beeton.
A powerful and moving story of two ordinary mothers who won't give up.
Mary Berry revisits some favourite recipes and talks candidly about her culinary career.
Lecture given by Labour MEP Mary Honeyball on Parliament's relationship with Europe.
A lavish portrayal of the turbulent life and death of Mary Queen of Scots.
Mary Peters reflects on her 1972 Olympics gold medal-winning performance in the pentathlon
Musical comedy. A banker's search for a nanny brings the magical Mary Poppins to his door.
Mary Portas attempts to transform the charity shop into a real high street contender
Six months after dragging the charity shop into the 21st century, Mary Portas returns.
A retail guru shares the tricks of the trade with failing boutiques.
Robert Hall tells the story of the restoration of Henry VIII's world famous ship.
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The story of the restoration of Henry VIII's warship, The Mary Rose.
Biography of Mary Seacole, a Jamaican nurse who saved thousands of lives in the Crimea.
Written by and starring Bob Dylan and set in the near-future in a fictional America.
A plain young heiress has a whirlwind romance with a handsome charmer.
Coverage from St Peter's Square of the mass marking the beginning of Pope Francis's papacy
How did Cho, a young man with no criminal history, became a mass murderer?
A Vatican priest opposes an SS general's decision to kill more than 300 Roman hostages.
Sitcom about two friends who pack in their dreary jobs and set up their own record label
Leading chess players compete for the Master Game trophy.
A Scottish aristocrat makes a new life for himself amidst pirates far from home.
Spy drama. A double agent is used to expose a traitor.
Amateur cooks compete to win the coveted MasterChef title.
Cookery series that sees three competing amateur chefs prepare a three-course meal.
It's the grand final of Masterchef.
The hunt for a young chef who wants to make it to the top of the culinary world