Series 13: 27. Detectives v Escapologists
2017/18: Episode 28
5/8 Swedish police search for a mole within their own ranks
Inger Johanne leaves Ingvar behind and goes looking for the US president on her own.
Available for 29 days
Delve into the archives
From game shows to iconic interviews and Gothic literature, enjoy some BBC classics from across the decades.
The Incredible Science of Temperature. 2/3
Dr Helen Czerski explores the narrow band of temperature that has led to life on Earth.
Available for 27 days
For One Night Only
The classic music show is back, with archive gems and guests including Richard Thompson.
Available for 28 days
1. A Railway War Begins
Michael Portillo begins his journey in Metz on European tracks built with war in mind....
2. Railways and Railwaymen Called to Action
Michael finds out about railworkers from north east England who died during World War I....
3. Keeping the War Moving
Looking at the miniature tracks and trains that kept supplies flowing to the front line....
4. On Track to Victory
In Yorkshire, Michael Portillo discovers how women took over railwaymen's roles....
5. Railways and Remembrance
Exploring how, even after the war had ended, the work of the railways was not over....
Michael Portillo begins his journey in Metz on European tracks built with war in mind.
Available for 10 days
Michael finds out about railworkers from north east England who died during World War I.
Available for 11 days
Looking at the miniature tracks and trains that kept supplies flowing to the front line.
Available for 12 days
The 50km race in the cross-country skiing, plus the mass start speed skating.
A father looks for revenge
Nils Dickman’s quiet but happy existence in the Norwegian mountains is shattered forever.
Available for 23 days
Profile of long-serving and eclectic Radio 1 broadcaster, Annie Nightingale.
Mary Beard explores the physical world of the Roman Empire.
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John Peel and Janice Long present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 9 May 1985....
Mike Read and Gary Davies present, first broadcast on 25 April 1985....
With Tears for Fears, The Rah Band, Dream Academy, King and Philip Bailey & Phil Collins....
With Glenn Frey, Phyllis Nelson, The Cool Notes, and Phillip Bailey & Phil Collins....
With Shakin' Stevens, Madonna, Jermaine Jackson and Dead Or Alive....
John Peel and Janice Long present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 9 May 1985.
Mike Read and Gary Davies present, first broadcast on 25 April 1985.
With Tears for Fears, The Rah Band, Dream Academy, King and Philip Bailey & Phil Collins.
Available for 22 days
The hip-hop star explores the inspirational world of Homer
Akala reflects on the mysteries behind the Homer's Odyssey, and writes his own response.
How modern weather forecasting was born amid 20th-century disasters like war and famine.
Dr James Fox meets six artists whose work explores our relationship to the natural world.
Available for 26 days
With Robbie and Kylie, Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers, Sonny and Cher and Peaches and Herb.
Jeremy Clarkson tells the story of the Arctic convoys of WWII and their greatest disaster.
Available for 25 days
Documentary exploring the influence of the Industrial Revolution on the art of JMW Turner.
Series 1: 1. First Love
Three months into a young couple's love affair, the girl’s parents are brutally murdered....
Series 1: 2. The Betrayal
Crisscrossing Asia and Europe, Elizabeth and Jens are eventually arrested in London....
Series 1: 3. The Confession
Jens Soering is returned to the US to stand trial for the murder of Elizabeth's parents....
Series 1: 4. The Footprint
Jens struggles to win sympathy in his trial for the murder of Elizabeth’s parents....
Series 1: 5. College Friends
The trial takes a dramatic turn when Elizabeth Haysom takes the witness stand....
Three months into a young couple's love affair, the girl’s parents are brutally murdered.
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Crisscrossing Asia and Europe, Elizabeth and Jens are eventually arrested in London.
Jens Soering is returned to the US to stand trial for the murder of Elizabeth's parents.
A personal portrait of the victor of Waterloo, drawing on his own vast correspondence.
Including Elton John, David Bowie, Curtis Mayfield, Steppenwolf, The Jam and Blondie.
Simon Sebag Montefiore uncovers Istanbul's Greek roots.
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