Updated adaptation of Shakespeare's Othello, set in an American boarding school.
The fabulous motor cycle mad McDooooweeelll brothers return for a special.
Christmas through the songs and words of children.
Black and white film sequences from the Welsh language weekly news round-up programme.
A portrait of the composer of Carmina Burana, Carl Orff.
A' toirt air leabhar cheannanais. Exploring the Book of Kells
The BBC's North America Editor Justin Webb interviews President Barack Obama.
BBC News Channel
Simon Schama examines some of the daunting challenges facing Barack Obama
Clive Myrie traces the life story of Barack Obama, America's first black president.
Andrew Marr talks to President Obama in an exclusive interview inside the White House.
BBC Television presents an obituary to a war hero and a much-respected statesman. (1965)
A cruel doctor plans the perfect murder when he discovers his wife is having an affair.
Powerful drama that spans the five years following the invasion of Iraq in 2003.
Documentary granting a unique access into the magical world of whales and dolphins.
Science documentary looking at the ocean abyss and its bizarre creatures.
Series that reveals the hidden stories of the deep
A mother must save her daughter from a bizarre cult obsessed with blood-letting and cars.
Animated deep sea adventures with Captain Barnacles and his band of explorers
Follows the tour of duty of Australian soldier Bill as he is sent to Vietnam in 1969.
Classic suspense drama of a fugitive's dark odyssey through the streets of Belfast.
Actor Harry Towb describes his life as a Jewish boy growing up in Northern Ireland.
Neil Oliver discovers the influence Robert Burns has on Ulster poets today.
Profile of the late Odetta, once dubbed the Queen of Folk by Martin Luther King.
A woman returns to her occupied homeland to spy for the Special Operations Executive.
Short film of the announcement of London winning the 2012 Olympic Games and what followed.
The story of a French man hanged for murder in Edinburgh, in 1878.
Monks in Algeria must decide if they want to stay or leave as their safety is threatened.
Drama based on a novel by Somerset Maugham.
Director Terence Davies' love song to his native city of Liverpool.
Twelve primary school children reach the final of a national poetry recitation competition
Nine teenagers compete to become the BBC Shakespeare Schools Champion.
Terry Jones follows a 17th Century road atlas of Wales
Series encouraging viewers to explore Northern Ireland's countryside.
Comedy series set on one of life's great frontiers - University!
Award-winning sitcom set in the offices of a Slough paper merchant
Documentary series following Britain's oldest nuclear submarine on her final mission.
Documentary looking at the Chelsea Pensioners, army veterans who reside in South London.
Ken Clarke delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from Tuesday 24 January.
Ben Shires investigates the world of record breaking and record breakers
Ben Shires presents a round-up of series one and looks at series two of Officially Amazing
Some of the best record attempts from Officially Amazing
Football comedy, mayhem and controversy with Tam Cowan, Jonathan Watson and guests.
Situation comedy set in a monastery.
Mary Beard on how women have been silenced throughout the history of Western culture.
Sitcom about a branch railway line in the 1960s.
Comedy series sequel to Oh Brother!
A bungling worker is put in charge of a rundown station in rural Ireland.
Ceòl agus òrain às na h-Eileanan.
Music and song from the Islands.
Features Margaret Ford, Robert Robertson and youngsters from Lochaber Music School.
Celebrated Celtic harpists play the airs of Irish harper Denis O'Hampsey from Co Derry.
Saoghal a la an diugh tro shuilean na cloinne. A child's perspective on life.
Director Julien Temple celebrates the early Seventies Essex rhythm and blues band.
Documentary retracing the errors that led to the Exxon Valdez disaster in 1989.
Classic musical. Curly McLain and Jud Fry vie for the affections of pretty Laurey Williams
Drama adaptation of the novel by Charles Dickens.
Comedy which sees two friends struggling with seven-year-old twins.
Profile of the BBC's first flagship live music programme, The Old Grey Whistle Test.
Influencial music show of the 1970s and 80s presented by Bob Harris and others
Sitcom about two elderly delinquents.
Children's series about a fisherman who tells stories from inside his old fishing boat.
American Jewish pensioners from all walks of life tell their favourite jokes
Documentary following a Scottish couple who are fostering 27 street boys in Zambia.
The challenges faced in recovering a German bomber raised from the seabed.
A lawyer unwittingly gives his friends an opportunity to recapture their college years.
The story of teenagers who played football together in 1969 before the troubles.
Warm-hearted story of a boy living in rural 19th-century Texas who discovers a stray dog.
Drama adaptation of Charles Dickens' much-loved tale of a young orphan boy.
Drama serial based on the novel by Charles Dickens.
Drama adaptation of Charles Dickens' much-loved tale of a young orphan boy
From the Royal Opera House, the most prestigious event in the UK's theatrical calendar.
BBC Radio 2
Coverage of the Olivier Awards, which recognise excellence in professional theatre.
Clare Balding presents coverage of the 'Puissance' competition.
Horse show featuring world class show jumping, dressage and entertainment
Action from the alpine skiing events at the Winter Olympics
Coverage of archery events from the Olympic Games
Coverage of athletics events from the Olympic Games
Coverage of Olympic badminton events
Coverage of Olympic baseball competitions
Coverage of Olympic basketball competitions
Action from the biathlon events at the Winter Olympics
Action from the bobsleigh events at the Winter Olympics
Coverage of Olympic boxing competitions