The most compelling stories from world history on BBC Four.
Dan Snow traces the story of his forebear, Liberal prime minister David Lloyd George.
Suzannah Lipscomb takes us back to Tudor times in search of the era's household killers.
Life in Britain in the brutal world of the last ice age.
How victory over the Armada turned an impoverished England into a seafaring nation.
Jeremy Clarkson tells the story of the Arctic convoys of WWII and their greatest disaster.
A group of archaeologists use a new approach to uncover the very origins of Stonehenge.
Historian Eleanor Barraclough unearths the true story of the mysterious Celts.
How the first crusaders marched 3,000 miles from Europe to recapture Jerusalem from Islam.
A team heads to Egypt in an attempt to uncover lost cities beneath the sands.
Mary Beard is on a mission to uncover the real Julius Caesar.
A look at how the Normans established their new province of Normandy in northern France.
Celebrity advocates explore ten key objects from the Imperial War Museums's collection.
Dr Jon Henderson tells the story of the the Norsemen in Scotland.
The untold story of the real Dr Zhivago - Boris Pasternak.
The story of Queen Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots's rivalry, in their own words.
How the jet engine gave hope to Britain as the country recovered from World War II.
A film looking back on three centuries of contact and conflict with Roman invaders.
A travel guide compiled from first-hand records of Tudor seafarers in the 16th century.
How Gypsy people in the 1960s were forced to abandon their nomadic way of life.
Dr Jago Cooper looks at the origins and significance of the Inca Empire.
The story of Hull's triple trawler tragedy and the women's protest for safety at sea.
How the Allies used 3D photographs to thwart the Nazis' superweapons.
The story of Arthur Roberts - one of thousands of black soldiers who fought in WWI.
Lucy Worsley and David Starkey celebrate the 500th anniversary of Hampton Court.
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