Highlights from BBC News School Report's tenth annual News Day.
Animated films based on the childhood experiences of World War II Holocaust survivors.
A behind-the-scenes look at three very different versions of George Bizet's opera, Carmen.
Challenging perceptions of the First World War by exploring its global dimensions.
Kate Adie examines the impact of women's work during the First World War.
Professor Robert Bartlett explores the Plantagenets, England's longest ruling dynasty.
Interviews with eyewitnesses of the Great War, recorded by the BBC in the 1960s.
This Arena special examines the history of the National Theatre.
Twelve students go on a journey to explore some big questions of faith.
Teenagers create a play to help prepare for the decision on Scottish independence.
Chloe Watts meets five of the UK's most creative coders to help inspire KS4 students.
Ricky Boleto and Leah Gooding explore the life and times of William Shakespeare.
A version made for schools of the BBC Two history series on Britain and the Cold War.
A compilation of short comedy films on three key texts for National Five English.
Introducing the satnav generation to the traditional skills of reading paper maps.
Historian Bettany Hughes explores the fascinating daily lives of people in Roman Britain.
The BBC Philharmonic Orchestra perform Toccata from Orfeo, written by Monteverdi.
Kate Humble challenges six families to cut the amount of energy they use by 30 per cent.
Musician Labrinth explores different ways to use your voice in everyday life.
How the National Theatre turned a popular book into an award-winning theatre production.
Stefan Gates explores the science behind agriculture's most important event, the harvest.
Brian Cox explores 350 years of British science.
Fazer from N-Dubz takes urban musicians on a crash course in classical music.
Performances of Fingal's Cave written by Mendelssohn and Petruschka written by Stravinsky.
Dr Peter Wothers explores the four ancient elements: water, earth, air and fire.
Stefan Gates visits a school that uses recycled objects in many different ways.
Authors including Michael Morpurgo and Philip Pullman share the secrets of their writing.
Radio 1 DJ Greg James looks at the different businesses involved in music festivals.
Professor Richard Fortey reveals the secrets of the intriguing world of rock pools.
Young reporters investigate the role of the modern monarchy in the UK.
An adventure into the world of some of the best classical music ever composed.
After living on benefits, Shelby hopes her job placement will turn into a 'real' job.
Gemma Cairney journeys through the history of the women's movement.
A group of teenagers try out being an apprentice for a day.
Barrister Harry Potter looks at the history of English justice.
Presenter Pips Taylor explores why so many rapes go unreported in the UK.