Wyre Davies explores the untold story of the Gleision mine tragedy.
BBC Radio Wales
Exploring the twists and turns of the 300-year union between England and Scotland
BBC Radio 4
Jonathan Thomas presents a special programme to mark the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
Special coverage of events commemorating the twentieth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
BBC News Channel
Yalda Hakim examines the rise of the Taliban after the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan.
Maxine Hughes yn cofio ymosodiadau terfysgol 9/11 a'r effaith ar America a gweddill y byd.
How did 9/11 affect the lives of the children who grew up after the attacks in 2001?
A portrait in sound of Washington DC created by people who live there. From 2013.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Claudia Winkleman introduces Sounds of the 21st Century, soundscapes from 2000 to 2010.
BBC Radio 2
Francis Jones explores the life of Welsh businessman and social reformer Robert Owen
Elena Cresci takes a fresh look at the wonderful tradition of Italian cafes in Wales.
Jason Mohammad revisits the Ely ‘Bread Riots’ and the damaging legacy they left behind.
Meet the Boleyn family. Beautiful. Ruthless. Power-hungry… Misunderstood?
Ian Hislop explores the story and legacy of four great Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms of England.
Sreath ùr a' comharrachadh 70 bliadhna de Sgoil Eòlais na h-Alba, 1951-2021.
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
Documentary revisiting 12 disasters that have shocked Scotland over the last 50 years.
Documentary series exploring the dramatic events that led to the partition of Ireland.
BBC One Northern Ireland
The science and medical innovations that conquered some of the world’s deadliest diseases.
Mark Evans tells the story of Coventry’s classic cars, from the Daimler to the Jaguar.
Is physical violence in human society in decline? And can it be prevented altogether?
Anita Rani presents stories from people caught up in the biggest events in living memory.
Lisa Eldridge explores the beauty look of three iconic moments in British history.
At the dawn of the 1970s, a secret network of bent coppers operated throughout London.
Felicity Evans pays tribute to HRH The Duke of Edinburgh whose death has been announced.
A series of extraordinary lives each unlocked by a just a handful of images.
Lucy Worsley explores the lives of six real people who lived through the Blitz.
Alice Roberts follows a decade-long quest that reveals Stonehenge's oldest secret.
Fergal Keane explores the profound influence the Irish have had on Britain.
Lucy Worsley takes us behind closed doors at three treasure-filled royal palaces.
Kirsty Wark reveals how Scotland has transformed over the last 50 years.
Profile of Calum ‘Steallag’ Macleod, one of Scotland’s last traditional blacksmiths.
History series charting the explosion in celebrity culture.
The defining photographs of the Troubles and the impact on those who captured them.
Telling the story of the bombing of Coventry 80 years ago on November 14th, 1940.
Journey back in time to Berlin's most fateful year.
Jewish families discover what happened to their relatives during the Holocaust.
The night Israeli PM Yitzhak Rabin was gunned down - changing the Middle East forever.
Cothrom cuairt mac-meanmna a ghabhail.
Piecing together the untold story of the trans-Atlantic slave trade.
In preparation for HS2, two massive digs uncover fascinating burials.
A 400-year journey into the creation of the United States with the writer Joe Queenan.
The funny history podcast that learns and laughs about the past is back for a new series.
Phil Carradice presents the testimonies of the Welsh men affected by National Service.
The untold story of Hazel Hill - and her crucial role in the design of the Spitfire.
Broadcaster and journalist Samira Ahmed reveals the remarkable story of Iran.
Scotland's Silicon Glen - uncovering the stories of the shop-floor at IBM in Greenock.
BBC One Scotland
Series on the flu pandemic that devastated much of the planet just over 100 years ago.
How wartime experiences have informed the dynamics of families in subsequent generations.
Before a plane could save a country, the people had to build it
BBC World Service
Fun history lessons for all the family, presented by Horrible Histories' Greg Jenner.