A look back at 50 years of popular music on BBC TWO, featuring key live performances.
Key years in the history of Northern Ireland accompanied by the chart hits of the time
Three-part series about life in the pop spotlight
Pop is put in the dock to decide which has been the most influential musical decade.
Pop stars go head-to-head over three rounds while Amberley Lobo delves into their lives
Why bubbles are not just toys, but also tools that push back the boundaries of science.
Music writer and pop addict Paul Morley journeys to the heart of his obsession.
Countdown of the hippest, sexiest, quirkiest, campest dance crazes of the last 40 years
Sitcom based behind the scenes of a celebrity entertainment show
People from the Midlands relive the special day in 1982 when the Pope visited Coventry.
Coverage of the speech by Pope Benedict XVI in Westminster Hall, from Friday 17 September.
The story of what really happened when Pope Benedict XVI visited Scotland this year.
A small Uruguayan village gets into a flurry over the Pope John Paul II's 1988 visit.
Coverage of Pope Benedict's visit to the UK.
Nick Owen looks back at the Pope's visit to the West Midlands.
Coverage of the Pope's historic visit to Britain
BBC News Channel
Documentary about the 1987 Remembrance Day bomb in Enniskillen.
Jameela Jamil finds out what the effects are on children who are exposed to pornography.
Jameela Jamil explores children's exposure to pornography and how it affects them.
Classic comedy series about the inmates of HM Prison Slade
Michael Portillo goes on the campaign trail with SNP leader Alex Salmond.
Michael Portillo assesses the legacy and influence of Margaret Thatcher on the Tories.
Clough Williams-Ellis explains his dream of building an Italian village in Wales.
Series of interviews presented by Ludovic Kennedy.
The classic story by Henry James.
Drama set in 1918 about Vita Sackville-West and her husband Harold Nicolson.
Series of programmes on contemporary artists.
Peter Capaldi examines the paintings and artists that have made Scottish art special.
A conversation with Tommy Letton, former fishmonger of Tiger Bay in the Cardiff Docks.
On New Year's Eve, disaster strikes when a freak wave causes a cruise liner to capsize.
Andrew Neil explores the reasons for public school boys' rise to power in Britain.
Romantic drama about two academics attempting to hold on to a dramatic discovery.
Public Accounts Committee looks at post office regulation and the 2012 London Olympics.
The Business and Enterprise Committee's inquiry into the Post Office Network. 10 June.
The Public Accounts Committee's inquiry into Post Office Regulation, from 9 July.
Investigating the changing nature of the British countryside.
Children's drama about the friendship between Jamal, a Somali refugee, and rich boy Zac.
Dominic Littlewood reveals all that is maddening and unfair in postcode lottery Britain
Film noir. An amoral drifter becomes involved in a passionate affair that leads to murder.
Stop-frame animation for pre-school children about Postman Pat and his cat Jess
Animation. Pat has a lot of parcels and letters to deliver for Christmas.
Children's animation with Postman Pat, the new Head of the Special Delivery Service
A harmonica player joins a poor but talented band.
Investigation into the 2002 train crash at Potters Bar station.
Cliff Michelmore looks back on the events surrounding the 1967 devaluation of the pound.
Documentary series following the competition between Britain's pound shop chains.
With poems from Andrew Marvell, Thomas Hardy, Tennyson and Edmund Waller.
Documentary about the attempted closure of one of the UK's biggest power stations.
Mischevious documentary series
Year in the life with the family, as Sasha tries to switch on a new future for her family.
Contrasting versions of poetry, speech and prose for secondary schools.
Raymond Maw reflects on his career in Genitourinary Medicine at Belfast's Royal Victoria.
Animation about a boy made of a water drop that can turn himself into anything he touches
Jeremy Clarkson tells the story of the Arctic convoys of WWII and their greatest disaster.
The staff and stars of a venerable radio show face the final curtain, with mixed reactions
A heart-warming comedy following two unlikely young parents-to-be.
Show in which children get the opportunity to pull pranks on their friends or relatives
A brand new hidden camera comedy show featuring a cast of unique and bizarre characters.
Comedian Rhod Gilbert presents clips celebrating the greatest TV pranks of all time
Comedian Rhod Gilbert presents a cavalcade of clips of the greatest TV pranks of all time.
Coverage of the Chancellor's Pre-Budget Report and Prime Minister's Questions.
Chancellor Alistair Darling making his Pre-Budget Report Statement. Monday 24 November.
Series examining the 19th century Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood art movement
Documentary focusing on the growing popularity of the pre-teen prom.
Stars from the world of Gaelic Football give an insight into training
An angel visits a self-doubting cleric, only to be disctracted by the cleric's young wife.
An angel visits a self-doubting cleric, only to be distracted by the cleric's young wife.
An illiterate teenager is invited to enrol in an alternative school.
Series exploring why we are driven to measure and quantify the world around us.
The strategy and tactics that predators use to catch their prey.
Drama based on the life of athlete Steve Prefontaine, who competed in the Munich Olympics.
A 16-year-old and a 14-year-old are convinced they want to get pregnant and become mums.
An evolutionary journey, piecing together the bodies of our prehistoric family.
The most mind-blowing moments from the past 20 seasons of the Premier League.
Highlights from the semi-finals of the Guinness Premiership.
Highlights of the weekend's Rugby Union Premiership action.
Highlights of Sunday's Rugby Union Premiership match between Saracens and Harlequins.
Highlights from the Madejski Stadium as London Irish take on Wasps.
News, action and analysis from rugby union's top division in England
John Prescott embarks on a journey through the British class system
John and Pauline Prescott explore the North-South divide in England today.
Noel Coward's comedy about self-absorbed actor Garry Essendine.
A collection of Nana Mouskouri's performances from the BBC archive.
Jonathan Freedland investigates the relationship between on-screen art and political life.
Coverage of President Obama's address to both Houses of Parliament.
Coverage of President Obama's inauguration in Washington D.C., from Monday 21 January.
Coverage of President Obama's Inauguration, with Huw Edwards and Matt Frei in Washington.