Will he play his dream role?
The story of Rupert Everett's quest to make his own film about his hero Oscar Wilde.
Available for 26 days
Made in the USA 1/3
Waldemar Januszczak explores American art – from the Wild West to abstract expressionism.
Available for 29 days
At the heart of British art
An intimate portrait of one of Britain's most enduring – and eccentric – institutions.
Available for 18 days
Crowning the champion
Three exceptional talents have made it this far – and must now perform a full concerto.
Available for 19 days
BBC Four | Collection
Ballet's Dark Knight: Sir Kenneth MacMillan
Michael Clark's to a simple, rock 'n' roll . . . song.
Prejudice and Passion
Exploring the work of celebrated, controversial ballet choreographer Sir Kenneth Macmillan
Available for 12 days
Michael Clark presents his latest production to music by Patti Smith, Satie and Bowie.
Yasmine Naghdi and Beatriz Stix-Brunell discuss and perform an all-female pas de deux.
Hogarth: One Man and His Pug
Lars Tharp looks into the mystery of artist William Hogarth's obsession with pugs.
Available for 28 days
A personal journey
Clarke Peters discovers the origins, development and significance of his favourite dance.
Available for 24 days
Box Set. The epic story of the art that makes us human
Simon Schama looks at the pivotal role art has played in the forging of humanity itself.
Available for over a year
On Chesil Beach, Jeune Femme and Deadpool 2
Mark Kermode reviews On Chesil Beach, Jeune Femme and Deadpool 2.
Series 1: Frontier Land
Angela Bruce traces the impact of the Romans on modern-day northern life....
Series 1: The Remains of Slavery
Miles Chambers recounts the history of the slave trade in the West Country....
Series 1: Innovation and Inspiration in Birmingham...
Mark Williams goes on the trail of three remarkable men from the 18th century....
Series 1: Arts and Crafts in the South East
Why the Arts and Crafts movement was a rebellion against Victorian mass production....
Series 1: Dartmoor - From Darkness into Light...
The artists and artisans that brought Dartmoor's raw beauty into the public imagination....
Angela Bruce traces the impact of the Romans on modern-day northern life.
Available for 6 days
Miles Chambers recounts the history of the slave trade in the West Country.
Available for 20 days
Mark Williams goes on the trail of three remarkable men from the 18th century.
How Kirkcaldy made its fortune
Kirkcaldy bairns like Val McDermid reflect on how it became home of the ‘magic' linoleum.
Available for 27 days
A look at sci-fi's obsession with alien invasion, from all-out assault to hidden threats.
How panto brings a unique community together
Much has changed since Taibach Rugby Club brought panto to Port Talbot, 50 years ago.
2013/2014: 26. Henri Matisse - A Cut Above the Rest
An portrait of Henri Matisse, one of the most celebrated artists of the 20th century.
The jazz giants caught up in the fight for civil rights
How Louis Armstrong and Dizzy Gillespie took the battle for equality to the world stage.
Available for 10 days
Rich Hall takes the viewer on a skewed but keenly eyed journey to the Land of Dreams.
One of the guitar greats
The story of the man who has blazed a trail across the musical landscape for 50 years.
Available until Tue 1:35am
3. File under: R&B
Danny Baker and his three guests explore the essential elements of a great R&B album.
Available until Sun 1:50am