4/4 David Dimbleby explores how the sea emerged as a source of pleasure. (R)
1/10 John descends under Tower Bridge to witness Victorian engineering at its most impressive. (R)
16/20 In Norwich Castle, Michael uncovers the Victorian public's gory fascination with crime.
2/3 Michael Wood uncovers the story of Alfred's daughter Aethelflaed, the ruler of Mercia. (R)
1/4 Jeremy Paxman traces the story of the dramatic early stages of the war.
BBC One except Wales, Wales HD
How a choir of Jewish prisoners defiantly performed Verdi's Requiem in front of the Nazis.
Dick Strawbridge charts Belfast's journey from humble sandbank to industrial powerhouse.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
2/3 Following a family business which has been making medals and regalia for generations. (R)
How a choir of Jewish prisoners defiantly performed Verdi's Requiem in front of the Nazis. (R)
Six young people trace their family histories in post-war Britain. (R)
Tuesday 28 January 2014