Celebrating Scotland's national bard.
Writer and poet Maya Angelou goes on a pilgrimage to Burns Country in Scotland.
Cathy MacDonald follows in Robert Burns’ footsteps through the Highlands.
Writer Alan Bissett explores the complex brain of Robert Burns.
Some of Scotland’s best-loved bands play the songs of the Bard.
A musical celebration of Burns featuring Eddi Reader, Karen Matheson and Robyn Stapleton.
A special performance by Karen Dunbar as she recites the iconic tale by Robert Burns.
A look at how Scotland's best-known musical export became a worldwide phenomenon.
Chef Paula McIntyre recreates dishes from an 1859 banquet to celebrate Burns Night.
Celebrates Burns Night with poems in Scots and facts about Scotland's national poet.
Jackie Kay explores the lives of some extraordinary, and often overlooked, Scottish poets.
Examining the impact and influence of poet Robert Burns on the USA and its culture.
Simon Schama explores how the romantics created our idea of national belonging.
Lighthearted short drama inspired by Burns’ classic poem Address to a Haggis.
Robert Burns's Tam o' Shanter is re-imagined in this gritty urban fantasy.
Andrew O'Hagan journeys to the places in Scotland that inspired poet Robert Burns.
Documentary about singer Bill McCue's love of Robert Burns and McCue's daughter's views.
Mark Thompson looks through the BBC’s back catalogue celebrating Scotland’s favourite poet
Ruth Sanderson takes Mark Thompson to visit her home town of Banbridge.