Atlantic: The Wildest Ocean on Earth
2. Mountains of the Deep
Wild Tales from the Village
2/3 Beirut. The most diverse city in the Arab world
After a troubled past, Beirut is rebuilding its reputation as a cosmopolitan city.
Available for 25 days
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From game shows to iconic interviews and Gothic literature, enjoy some BBC classics from across the decades.
1/10 Gerardi is back
Five years on, Paul Gerardi investigates the assassination of a refugee.
Available for 23 days
Documentary which looks at the contradictory and controversial life of Winnie Mandela.
Available for 27 days
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The Battle of Britain
The Lancaster: Britain's Flying Past
Dancing in the Blitz: How World War 2 Made British Ballet
Peter and Dan Snow take an in-depth look at the pivotal air battle of World War II.
Available for 11 days
John Sergeant celebrates the plane some believe won the war, the Lancaster.
How fundamental the years of adversity were in getting the public to embrace ballet.
Available for 10 days
3/8 Woodwind Final
Josie d'Arby is joined by bassoonist Amy Harman to assess five outstanding musicians.
Available for 29 days
Cuba's musical past comes to life in a classic documentary
How Ry Cooder reunited a group of legendary Cuban musicians for a spectacular peformance.
2/4 A Villain’s Tale. Inside the identity parade
Does Mr English correctly pick the villain from the identity parade?
Available for 28 days
Series 8: The Last Days of Steam
How Britain entered a new age of steam railways after World War II and why it soon ended.
How did the unique wildlife of the Galapagos get there and what allows them to thrive?...
What is the key to the Serengeti that allows such density and diversity of herbivores?...
A look at intricate relationships and unexpected hardship in the Amazon rainforest....
4. Monterey Bay
Steve Backshall looks at the unique geography of California's Monterey Bay kelp forest....
Steve Backshall reveals the secret to the existence of the world's largest inland delta....
How did the unique wildlife of the Galapagos get there and what allows them to thrive?
What is the key to the Serengeti that allows such density and diversity of herbivores?
Available for 12 days
A look at intricate relationships and unexpected hardship in the Amazon rainforest.
Available for 13 days
3. A Leap of Faith
How the Enlightenment allowed Jews to integrate into modern European culture and commerce.
Available for 26 days
Professor Bettany Hughes tells the story of the god of wine, revelry, theatre and excess.
Available for 20 days
1. East Side Story
A look at how Afro-Cuban music has impacted on jazz, pop rhythms and dance styles.
Series 12: 8. Eyes Down! The Story of Bingo
How a loophole in gambling legislation led to the huge popularity of high street bingo.
Available for 24 days
2. Inventing a National Style
A new style emerged as monarchs demanded that architecture proclaim their right to rule.
1. Alfred of Wessex
King Alfred the Great fights a desperate guerrilla war in the marshes of Somerset.
3. The Heart of Italy
Francesco discovers why Rome is the Eternal City and goes head to head with Mussolini....
2. A British Love Affair
Francesco learns how to be a courtier in Urbino and goes grape harvesting in Chianti....
1. The Romantic North
Francesco da Mosto gets romantic in Juliet's home town of Verona....
Francesco discovers why Rome is the Eternal City and goes head to head with Mussolini.
Francesco learns how to be a courtier in Urbino and goes grape harvesting in Chianti.
Available for 19 days
Francesco da Mosto gets romantic in Juliet's home town of Verona.
Documentary celebrating some of the greatest female jazz singers of the 20th century.
2. File under: Pop
Danny Baker and his three guests explore the essential elements of a great pop album.
2. Breaking the Bonds 1360-1415...
England loses the upper hand until Henry V turns the tide at the battle of Agincourt.
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