Rick Stein explores the part food has played in the creation of the Italian opera.
Chef Rick Stein celebrates seafood in his hometown of Padstow.
Musical documentary about singer/songwriter Ricky Ross.
Ricky Tomlinson renovates a caravan in his beloved Benidorm.
Creative fun with animator and re-inventor Ricky Martin, Chas and Morph
A band of street-smart young talents take off for Florida looking for fame and adventure.
A sheriff-turned-bounty hunter captures a notorious gunfighter.
Author Rob Penn charts the history of one of mankind's greatest inventions.
A couple become separated when biological weapons are detonated in Los Angeles.
Thriller. A private investigator is hired by a suspicious woman to spy on her husband.
Andrew Neil travels to Europe to find out why Britain follows human rights laws.
Film version of Verdi's masterpiece Rigoletto, set in the renaissance splendour of Mantua.
Verdi's tragic masterpiece Rigoletto, starring Placido Domingo in the title role
Bangor farmer Alan Graham goes on a mission to get the music industry to clean up its act.
A tribute to comedian Rik Mayall, who left a body of work that spanned four decades.
Sequel to the cult horror about a videotape that brings death to anyone who watches it.
Family drama about a man who makes a better life for himself with the help of a pet otter.
A journalist faces a race against time when she investigates a strange videotape.
Sitcom about a young couple Sandy and Oliver.
A personal insight into the 2014 World Cup from former England captain Rio Ferdinand.
Western about a former Union Army colonel who sets out to settle some old scores.
Drama about the opening performance of Stravinsky's controversial ballet in Paris in 1913.
Nel Hedayat meets the young rebels of the Arab spring and sees a new wave of violence
Revisiting the riots of 2011 through previously unseen footage and personal accounts
How the 2011 UK riots changed the lives of those who got caught up in them.
The Rip Off Britain team is ready to tackle the issues you feel affect you the most.
Gloria Hunniford, Angela Rippon and Julia Somerville investigate the truth about our food.
The Rip Off Britain team investigate viewers' holiday disasters.
Revealing the tricks of the trade used by food manufacturers and supermarkets
Six months after the Ripper's reign, Whitechapel police fight to bring law to the lawless.
Comedy starring Michael Palin as the lead in a range of parodies on tales of derring-do.
Martha Kearney charts the unlikely rise of the grocer's daughter and her bitter downfall.
BBC News Channel
BBC presenter Martha Kearney charts the unlikely rise of Margaret Thatcher.
BBC World News
Series exploring the formation and distinctive traits of the Earth's continents.
Children's film about the Guardians, who bring happiness to the world's children.
Sarah Smith charts the SNP's rise and asks, how did they do it?
Sarah Smith charts the party's extraordinary rise.
The skinflint owner of a crumbling boarding house in London is reunited with his tenants.
Documentary series focusing on business issues.
Comedy. A teenager turns the family home into a brothel while his parents are away.
Documentary on the life and career of Rita Hayworth.
Documentary following Rita Simons as she deals with her daughter's deteriorating hearing.
Drama series set in a close-knit Glasgow community
Documentary about the 80 police officers who patrol the capital's waterways.
Series following the work of the Thames River Police.
A family on a white-water rafting adventure are taken hostage by a pair of fugitives.
Comedy following the character of Davey Jackson, a solitary canal lock-keeper.
Series exploring life in, on and around three of Northern Ireland's major rivers
Documentary recreating and examining Enoch Powell's infamous Rivers of Blood speech.
Griff Rhys Jones explores how rivers influence, nurture and power our lives.
Richard E Grant follows in the footsteps of artists who have painted on the Cote d'Azur
Ed Asner tells the story of RKO Pictures.
A series exploring Scotland's pre-history
Documentary about the Dunlop family and their domination of motorcycle road racing.
Sir Bernard Ingham follows the route of the 1936 Jarrow crusade.
A Zenic martial-arts expert is hired by a small-town bar to clean up the clientele.
Thriller. A psychotic truck driver seeks revenge against three college students.
Documentary looking the daily duties of the officers of the PSNI Road Policing Unit
An eye-opening investigation into road rage incidents on Britain's busiest highways.
Matthew Pinsent and Riz Lateef follow the Olympic Torch through London.
How creator Tony Warren overcame obstacles to bring Coronation Street to our screens.
Jonathan Dimbleby sheds new light on the significance of the North African campaign.
Animated comedy adventure. Two rogues find themselves at the fabled city of El Dorado.
On the eve of its 25th anniversary, Sally Boazman examines impact of the M25.
After wrecking a circus, two musicians escape by stowing away on a liner bound for Rio.
Jake Humphrey looks ahead to the Super Bowl XLII.
Series looking at the events that led up to World War II.
Comedy in which a group of students embark on an epic road trip from New York to Texas.
In a post-apocalyptic world, a father and his son fight for survival.
Fergus Drennan aims to throw a road-kill feast for a whole community, with no budget.
Retired bachelor Mr Hoppy is hopelessly in love with his neighbour Mrs Silver.
Following keepers in Port Lympne and Howletts wild animal parks
Documentary exploring TV's changing relationship with the British Christmas dinner.
Entertainment show hosted by the Welsh comedian, Rob Brydon.
Comedy series in which Rob Brydon plays himself as the host of a low-rent panel show
Rob Brydon explores Welsh identity and creates a stand-up routine of Welsh-based material.
Lavish, romantic adventure story about the 18th-century Scottish hero Rob Roy MacGregor.
Series following the work of police across the UK as they investigate burglaries.
Documentary celebrating the life and career of broadcaster Robbie Shepherd.
Comedy animation. Robbie must stop the destruction of the world by evil Vorkana.
Robbie Williams takes over the London Palladium with swing classics and new songs.
Fyfe Robertson investigates the lives of people who work on after their retirement age.
A Roman centurion in charge of the crucifixion of Christ converts to Christianity.
Profile of child killer Robert Black, who murdered three young girls in the 1980s.
Dr TJ Honeyman introduces recordings on film of some notable performances of Burns poems.
Karen Dunbar tells the story of Robert Burns' chaotic life.
Andrew O'Hagan journeys to the places in Scotland that inspired poet Robert Burns.
How a jealous Isaac Newton helped to erase fellow scientist Robert Hooke from history.
Robert Hughes discovers the reality beyond the myth of Spanish painter Francisco Goya.
The life and crimes of Dundee murderer Robert Mone who is still bidding for parole.
Robert Peston tells the story of shopping in Britain in the decades after WW2.