Though romanticised in literature, the highwayman became a social menace on the roads.
The Royal Navy's underwater bomb squad are called out to blow up a hazard in the Solent.
How 19th-century countess Ada Lovelace helped give rise to the modern era of computing.
Should drug users be dealt with mainly by the NHS instead of the police?
Police try to identify a man accused of horrific crimes committed in India in 2002.
The search for a member of a Salford gang leads police to a village in the Netherlands.
A six-month search for a Polish murderer leads police to a flat in south west London.
On a trip to the Nilgiri mountains, Dennis and Paul visit the town where snooker was born.
Documentary following 12-year-old Adel who moved to the UK as a refugee three years ago.
Gabriel meets a girl with two hearts and a man who can sing two notes at once.
Steve starts his journey at Lake Habema, where the Baliem River begins its life.
Kate Humble meets a couple who have invented a way to make wool rock solid.
Tom Kerridge travels the country to find out what makes the best fish and chips.
Brexit hits the Lords with a bang when they vote on leaving Europe.
Ferne visits a donkey sanctuary and meets Darcey, who sponsors one of the donkeys.
Rory visits Charlie and meets his pet rabbits Ivy, Minty and Layla.
Ferne finds out exactly what Scooby the police sniffer dog does.
Documentary telling the extraordinary tale of the ups and downs of Raleigh bikes.
A look at Letizia Ruggeri's four-year investigation into the murder of Yara Gambirasio.
Three unemployed young Protestant men embark on a pioneering educational project.
The stories of men and women who faced and overcame huge personal challenges.
Eamonn traces the emergence of photojournalism in the early 20th century.
A portrait of the real Andy Warhol, the man behind the enigmatic pop art superstar.
A maintenance crew have to inch their way through a seaway obstacle course.
Grub's up on the way to France, but there's only one thing anyone wants to eat.
A boyfriend-and-girlfriend team try to muscle in on the whelk-fishing market.
Find out why Strangford Lough supports such a diverse range of wildlife.
Alan Yentob talks to all-round entertainer Bette Midler.
Author Jeanette Winterson returns with Alan Yentob to the scenes of her childhood.
Paul McGann narrates the story of how Massive Attack's debut album, Blue Lines, was made.
The seniors prepare for their vintage Hollywood-themed prom.
Cheerleader Vernon has moved out and is sleeping on his best friend's floor.
Dan Gordon returns to his native east Belfast to explore the work of four writers.
Barra Best meets organic former John McCormick in County Down.
Jonah Fisher investigates allegations of mass murder among Myanmar's Rohingya minority.
Geri Horner looks back on the 1990s and her journey from working-class girl to superstar.