Sgt Green and PC Spence have a known prolific street dealer in their sights.
Rick Stein's latest culinary travels take him from San Diego into Mexico's Baja Peninsula.
Have Year 7 got what it takes to set up and run their own business?
A law student fights for the lives of two of the youngest killers facing execution.
The team tackle the conditions faced in 1940, in the face of rationing and the Blitz.
Following Labour MPs through an extraordinary six months in the life of their party.
Documentary examining the stories behind three victims of stalking.
Kirsty Young presents a look back at the marriage of the Queen and Prince Philip.
A Jewish family is thrown into turmoil when two stolen children reappear after 40 years.
Andrew Wallace-Hadrill explores how ancient Athens gave birth to the idea of democracy.
Reclaiming unused land for farming is the first role on the 'frontline of freedom'.
The triumphs and controversies that have rocked Britain's cycling medal factory.
This vast ocean desert where sperm whales must dive 1,000 metres just to feed.
The ingenious ways life exists in the undersea cities of tropical reefs.
Rebecca Henchke investigates the impact of the palm oil industry on Sumatra's Orang Rimba.
An international court is to deliver its verdict on the genocide case against Ratko Mladic
With South Vietnam in chaos, Hanoi hardliners seize the initiative and send combat troops.
In Cambodia, animal lover Sue is confronted by the complex world of wildlife trafficking.
Gregory explores the sound and work of his favourite vocal showstoppers.
Steve Rosenberg travels across Russia to find out how Russians view the 1917 revolution.
Kate tries to access the intensely private Ultra-Orthodox Haredim in Jerusalem.
The ostrich farmer turned drug smuggler who travelled the globe to escape the law.
The team explore stories on both sides of the English Channel.
We revisit Sadiq 11 months after he arrived in Finland.
Police track down a multimillion-pound fraudster who thought he was untouchable.
A tribute to Hull's craft traditions, profiling artisans whose skills put Hull on the map.
Highlights from the Roman poet Ovid's Metamorphoses, featuring Britain's leading actors.
Michael Wood explores the life and poetry of one of the world's great storytellers - Ovid.
The remarkable story of the founding of the SAS in the north African desert in 1941.
Jo finds herself dealing with broken bones and severed fingers.
How fantasy novels have big ideas that allow us to see our own world in a surprising way.
Intelligence from the UK's National Crime Agency links an armed robber to the Netherlands.
Bettany Hughes investigates Venus, goddess of love, discovering her surprising roots.
Simon begins his journey in the south of Ireland, paramotoring with an Irish explorer.
The decadent age of Casanova, when Venice was the red-light district of Europe.
Documentary about a teeneger trying to host a prom for kids too ill to attend their own.