The impact of gunpowder on the battlefield, from cannons to early handheld weapons.
How Roger Bannister ran a mile in under four minutes and boosted Britain's morale.
Coast ventures to the storm-battered Atlantic shore of Ireland's north west coast.
Does Benidorm live up to its reputation of sun, sea, sex and sangria?
Michael follows in the footholds of the Victorian daredevil who made rock climbing a sport
Two patients await life-saving surgery at St Mary's in Paddington.
When a teenager gets home late in the small hours, she finds a burglar waiting at the door
Alexander Armstrong and Dr Michael Scott explore the watery wonderland of Venice.
James reassembles a 1970s Honda Z50A Mini Trail Motorcycle from all its 303 parts.
Michael comes face to face with the Victorian scientist who invented modern atomic theory.
West End performer and choreographer Steve Elias is on a mission to get Barnsley dancing.
A pregnant shop assistant comes face to face with a ruthless gang of robbers.
An insight into a team who protect people from the consequences of illegal money lending.
The day-to-day life of some of the residents of Glasgow's Sighthill Estate.
Series taking a look at the health service in Northern Ireland.
Dan Snow traces the story of his forebear, Liberal prime minister David Lloyd George.
Dallas explores how we can travel around the planet further and faster than ever before.
Dallas explores how we've conquered the skies as we build astonishing places to live.
Michael unveils a new monument to 87 railwaymen who lost their lives in the Great War.
Andy Torbet tries to cross the Pentland Firth as the ancient Orcadians would have done.
A shop manager is forced into fighting off a burglar much stronger than he is.
Bishop Brooks oversees renovations at St Mary's Anglican church on the island of Anguilla.
Iolo Williams explores the Margam Country Park on the outskirts of Port Talbot.
Sheep farmer Willie Millar battles a late spring snowfall to get his lambs to auction.
Celebrating the early on-screen appearances of some of Britain's greatest actors.
Three British teenagers swap their teachers and parents for school life in South Korea.
In central Thailand's forests, plains and city streets, nature lives alongside people.
Andy Day looks baby animals as they learn vital climbing skills.
Horizon reveals the scale of the problem of space junk, with accounts from experts.
A retrospective look at television appearances made over the years by Richard Harris.
An intimate portrait of the last five years of David Bowie's life.
Andy Day looks at the tricky first steps of baby animals.
How tens of thousands of children in Ghana have been trafficked into forced labour.
Sylvia Syms examines the world of the big screen's smallest stars - the child actors.
Councillor Ken loves his garden bench, but a local thief seems to love it too.
Piers Taylor and Caroline Quentin explore extraordinary homes built in mountain locations.