Artist Marilyn Stanford helps children explore Strangford Lough through art.
Jamie Darling goes out into the Ulster countryside to discover our forgotten canals.
The history of deforestation and replanting of trees in Northern Ireland.
The course of the River Lagan from Slieve Croob in County Down to the sea at Belfast.
This programme develops geographical ideas around renewable energy or 'green power'.
Quarrying in Co Antrim and how extraction of rock can affect people and the landscape.
The natural environment and human activities connected with the Mournes.
The role of traffic surveys in helping road planners manage traffic problems.
A look at how materials differ and how they are used in different ways.
How light and sound travel.
A range of experiments demonstrate how and why things move.
Education for seven- to 11-year-olds looking at the earth's landscape and environment
Series tracing topics through history from ancient Egypt to modern-day Britain
Practical activities for teachers of Design and Technology to use with their pupils
Barney Harwood shows you how to be smart and stay safe when using the internet.
In racially tense Handsworth, there is one primary school that is a model of integration.
Series of short documentaries about the different species of ape
Romantic comedy about a divorcee who falls for a man and turns to her therapist for advice
Violent thriller about an underworld enforcer who is hired by a Chicago gang leader.
Recorded coverage of questions today in the House of Commons to the Prime Minister
Recorded coverage of questions in the House of Commons to Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
Recorded coverage of questions to Prime Minister Gordon Brown from Wednesday 6th February.
Coverage of questions in the House of Commons to the Prime Minister, Gordon Brown.
Recorded coverage of the Deputy Labour Leader taking questions, from Wednesday 17 November
Coverage of Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg taking questions, from Wednesday 8 September.
Harold Wilson's now-infamous pound in your pocket broadcast, from 19 November 1967.
Three debates ahead of the 2010 General Election.
The story of a century of close ties between newspaper bosses and Prime Ministers.
Dougie Vipond improves life for the over 50s in Scotland
When her daughter needs a kidney donor, a mother tracks down her adopted brother.
Drama. Beth has been trying for years to have a child and gives IVF treatment a last try.
An American news crew travels to a remote location to capture a dangerous crocodile.
Film based on the National Theatre production.
A woman from the wrong side of the tracks tries to conceal her background.
Comedy. The wedding of a prince and his bride-to-be is put in jeopardy by an ancient law.
King Edvard and Paige Morgan's honeymoon is ruined by the prime minister's corrupt plans.
A Danish prince forces a medical student to choose between her dreams and her ambitions.
HRH The Prince of Wales gives his perspective on the work of composer Hubert Parry.
A beautiful American showgirl living in London is romanced by a visiting prince.
Huw Edwards asks lords, ladies, politicians and the ordinary people about Prince Charles.
A look at Prince Harry's 10-week tour in the southern Helmand province of Afghanistan.
Prince Harry speaks about his military role, the press and his future.
BBC News Channel
BBC World News
Documentary following Prince Harry into action during his second tour of Afghanistan.
Welsh men and women share their unique stories of the investiture of the Prince of Wales.
Animated biblical epic telling the story of Moses and the exodus to the Promised Land.
Adventure. Prince Dastan discovers the secret of a magic dagger which can rewind time.
Prince Philip recalls his personal memories of the Second World War.
Prince Charles talks exclusively to Griff Rhys Jones about the new Coed Darcy development.
Kate Silverton reports on a unique project to relocate rhinos from Kent to Tanzania.
Nicholas Witchell reports on the visit of Princes William and Harry to Africa.
Disney's alternative telling of The Frog Princess, set in 1920s New Orleans.
Romantic drama about a shy young woman who finds herself drawn to a robber.
Romantic comedy. Princess Mia returns hoping to rule Genovia, but Mabrey has other ideas.
Teen comedy. A girl learns that she is the heir to the throne of a small European nation.
Spanish-set drama telling the story of a friendship between prostitutes Caye and Zulema.
A documentary following Prison Dads in Britain’s biggest young offenders institution.
Documentary going behind-the-scenes at The Clink, a restaurant staffed by criminals.
Magazine series about prison life in Britain and abroad.
Four extraordinary young women come to terms with a loved one behind bars
One woman's extraordinary testimony of her survival through the genocidal horrors of WWII.
The stories of the wives, girlfriends and mothers whose loved ones are in prison.
Documentary following offenders in jail, and finding out what happens upon their release.
A Palestinian family make a stand after their house is occupied by Israeli soldiers.
A series of plays.
The story of a rogue who exploits women to fulfil his aspirations to social status.
A year in the life of Harry Patch, Britain's last survivor of the World War One trenches.
Members of the public, armed with camcorders, investigate topics of interest to them.
Series looking at great works of art
David Attenborough documentary series exploring the life cycle of plants.
A voyage of discovery through the plant kingdom.
Jimmy Doherty embarks on a quest to reveal the hidden lives of farmyard animals
Noel Coward's comedy of marital mix ups in a French setting in the 30's.
A successful fifty-year-old New Yorker reassesses her life after her husband's affair.
The story of a German fraudster who tricks the Nazis into making fake British money.
Comedy about a man who joins the army and has problems with the regimented lifestyle.
Drama series following the stories of eight privates in a training depot in 1960.
Documentary series telling the dramatic story of the oil industry.
The Proclaimers deliver a set of their best-loved tracks at Stirling Castle.
A crooked Broadway producer stages a play that's certain to flop.
Professor Lesley Regan puts health and beauty products under the microscope
Insights into the characters of influential Northern Ireland figures.
Weekly portraits of those in the news and others who ought to be
Prog rock performances from Yes, Genesis, ELP, Caravan, Gentle Giant, Family and more.
Documentary about progressive music and the generation of bands that were involved.
A tribute to former BBC Political Editor John Cole looking back over 50 years of reporting
James Burke marks the 10th anniversary of the first Moon landing.
Documentary about Nim Chimpsky, the chimp who became the focus of a landmark experiment.