Programmes about space travel, our Solar System and the Universe.
Documentary telling the story of how the Russians led us into the space age.
The story of Ahad Momand, who became the first and only Afghan astronaut in 1988.
Investigating the discovery of what is ominously being called 'dark flow'.
The team looks at the vast frozen worlds of Uranus and Neptune.
Looking at how asteroids are responsible for both life and death on our planet.
Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock explores the Moon's relationship to our planet.
Andrew Smith journeys across America to find out more about the reclusive Neil Armstrong.
A look at NASA's Voyager programme as the two spacecraft leave the solar system.
What was there before the big bang? Black holes could hold the answer.
Kevin Fong is granted access to Nasa in the last month of the space shuttle programme.
Patrick Moore reviews the Soviet mission to launch a manned rocket into space. (1960)
Examining the US fear that the Russians are ahead of them in the space race. (1981)
A special edition to mark man's first steps on the surface of the moon. (1969)
A report into the future of manned space flight after the US Challenger disaster. (1987)
Marking the beginning of a new era of space exploration. (1995)
The story of the men who orbited Earth on board the ill-fated Mir space station. (1998)
Tom Mangold continues his look at space weaponry. (1978)
Tom Mangold examines the space arms race. (1978)