The home of Christmas 2017 across BBC television.
How mankind's struggle with winter has been reflected in western art throughout the ages.
Fiona Bruce traces the story of the love between Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
Riccardo Muti takes up the baton for the traditional polkas, marches and waltzes.
A look back at Victoria Wood's hugely successful television career.
Behind the scenes at the Royal Ballet during the busiest and most magical time of the year
A spoof take on the year's cultural events, entertainment smashes and other things.
Cliff Richard, Paul McCartney, Robbie Williams and others cover the King's classic songs.
How Eddie Braben turned Morecambe and Wise into the nation's beloved entertainers.
Film arguing that Elvis reached his artistic peak in the early years of his Vegas period.
Neil explores why musical theatre is thriving in the 21st century.
Investigating what language is and whether humans are really the only species to use it.
How a new generation of composers embraced more gritty, challenging subjects.
Exploring the world of silent communication, why smells and body language can say so much.
Riding onboard with a cheetah, a green turtle and a white-tailed sea eagle.
Professor Sophie Scott explores how we and other animals use sound to communicate.
A look at British sitcom and the social and political context from which the best grew.
Father Christmases from across Britain share their favourite jokes.
How the modern shape of the musical was established through a series of pioneering works.
With Suzi Quatro, Slade, 10cc, Peters & Lee, Wizzard, Dawn and David Cassidy.
Bob and Thelma are determined to enjoy the Christmas festivities to the full.
An operatic tale of friends and fellowship, love and loss, set in 19th-century Paris.
With Lulu, Cilla Black, The Goodies, The Liver Birds, Mike Yarwood and Dad's Army.
With Jan Leeming, Evelyn Glennie, Dennis Taylor and the Arts Educational School Choir.
Michael Parkinson presents the John Wilson Orchestra in a celebration of festive music.