Before Covid-19, a hit exhibition on Tutankhamun was attracting record crowds.
BBC News Channel
Documentary about British triple jumper Jonathan Edwards.
The story of four Liverpool boys who became Britain's most enduring soul and funk act.
The story of a remarkable figure from Welsh rugby who was a prisoner of war in Japan.
BBC Radio Wales
Chris and Xand van Tulleken, both doctors, share their personal experiences of Covid-19.
The story of how Cuba has challenged the world for 60 years.
Jim Naughtie examines Joe Biden's election chances as he takes on Donald Trump in November
BBC Radio 4
Is it easy to adopt an eco-friendly, carbon-neutral lifestyle? Francis Jones finds out.
How starting a book club helped Anthony Ray Hinton survive 28 years on death row.
Nobel laureate John Hume tells Sean Coyle his memories of growing up in Derry.
BBC Radio Foyle
The funny, compelling story of the rise of the England cricket team.
Investigation into why black men are more likely to suffer police brutality in custody.
British soul singer Mica Paris traces the origins of six famous gospel songs.
Ben Wright assesses the health of America's increasingly partisan electoral democracy.
The story of folklorist Margaret Fay Shaw told through her own films and recordings.
An insight into island life in a fragile community with only 16 residents.
What happened to rough sleepers during the coronavirus lockdown - and what happens next?
From smoking and cancer to climate change, this is the story of how to manufacture doubt.
Kevin Magee investigates the true story behind rumours of a Nazi spy in Donegal in 1937.
BBC Two Northern Ireland
BBC Parliament's Faye Kidd presents a brief history of the Northern Ireland legislature.
Rodney P meets DJs, artists and dancers who created Britain’s first black music culture.
Famous faces tell personal stories of their own experiences with the NHS and its staff.
How American painter Bob Ross became a pop culture icon.
Does a financial system with roots deep in the past have answers to modern economic woes?
Maya Millett speaks to the archivists amplifying the buried stories of African-Americans.
Gareth Wyn Jones presents the fascinating story of the Royal Welsh Show.
BBC One Wales
Aged 18, Jacob Dunne was convicted of manslaughter for killing a man with a single punch.
Examining how Trump used Twitter to change the face of US politics.
The unlikely tale of the Welsh farm that became a legendary recording studio.
BBC Two Wales
The Duchess of Cambridge speaks to Louise Minchin about early years development.
Phil Carradice presents the testimonies of the Welsh men affected by National Service.
Following the stories of the world's top golfers.
Mat Fraser imagines how different our world would be if everybody had a disability.
Conservationist Giles Clark is in Laos, caring for a rescued sun bear cub.
The incredible story of Rupert Murdoch’s influence on world events.
Timandra Harkness examines how we could change our political system for the better.
A closer look at the realities of war and life under Isis.
Even through lockdown boatloads of refugees made the dangerous crossing by boat to the UK.
On one day in 2019, a men’s Wimbledon final and a cricket World Cup final grip the nation.
Anna Collinson spends time with some of those affected by the Cumberlege review.
Documentary exploring the diversity of the Commonwealth ‘Islands of the Queen’.
A Belfast writer imagines an artist's life for the grandfather who raised him.
Radio self-parody explored by a surprising range of celebrity voices - and also Jan Ravens
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Documentary following Kristen Fraser, Scotland's first professional female boxer.
Documentary following the lives of the islanders on Tiree.
Lucky socks, pre-match rituals, Nadal’s water bottles. Sport is teeming with superstition.
Beethoven's life story. Documentary series that focuses on the man behind the composer.
The story of the systematic doping of the 2012 and 2014 Olympics by the Russian state.
Spoof documentary starring Gary and Martin Kemp, written by Rhys Thomas.
The definitive story of international art sensation Keith Haring, told in his own words.