Clare Balding charts how Britain spread the passion for football around the world.
Rugby's Great Split
Clare Balding tells a story of lies, expulsions and bigotry when rugby split in two.
Tennis and Golf in Suburbia
Clare Balding discovers how tennis and golf clubs were borne of Victorian middle classes.
Clare Balding looks at the relationship between boxing and Britain's ethnic minorities.
Women Between the Wars
Clare Balding discovers how working women were finally given their sporting chance.
A Bit of a Flutter
Clare Balding looks at the role gambling has played in our relationship with sport.
Cricket and the English Hero
Clare investigates the role our sporting heroes play in shaping national identity.
Anyone But England
Clare Balding explores the role football has played in shaping Scottish national identity.
Welsh Rugby and Its National Heroes
Clare Balding explores the role rugby has played in shaping Welsh national identity.
Ireland, Politics on the Pitch
Clare Balding is at Croke Park in Dublin to discover how Ireland developed its own sports.
Ireland, North of the Border
Clare is in Belfast to explore the impact that the Troubles had on sport in the region.
Clare Balding explores the vital role sport has played during both world wars.
Broadcasting to the Nation
Clare Balding discovers how the birth of broadcasting changed British sport for ever.
Clare Balding is at Silverstone to explore how Britain led the way in motor racing.
The Gentleman Amateur
Clare Balding on the demise of the amateur gentleman and the rise of the professional.
Beating Us at Our Own Game
Clare Balding takes a look at Britain's most successful export ever - football.
Sport for All
Clare Balding asks why and when the British government got involved in sport.
Clare Balding explains how the 1960s saw women athletes finally take centre stage.
Rugby's Big Bang
Clare Balding explores the demise of the amateurism in rugby union.
Clare Balding explores the way television has changed our relationship with sport forever.
The State of Play
Clare Balding explores the cultural importance of the great triviality that is sport.
Napoleon and 'Delusions of Grandeur'
Clinical psychologist Daniel Freeman explores cases of delusion.
Roy chats to author Aldwyth Rees Davies about the historic Black Mountain Road in Brynaman
Let's head back to 1992
Richard Littlejohn looks back at the years which changed Britain forever. Welcome to 1992.
The first human Cyborg
In 1998 a transponder was implanted into the body of British scientist, Kevin Warwick.
Britain and its 'Fourth Arm of Defence' from 1920 - 1940.