Objects from 1967 to 1987 include a rare collection of the first openly gay magazine.
Documentary telling the stories of young lives devastated by gun crime in the USA.
Pig farmers are hoping to win prizes for their best pigs at the Dorset County Show.
Border collie Jura joins a ski patroller in the Highlands of Scotland.
Citizen Khan star Adil Ray explores rumours of a link to African royalty.
How the trains gradually acted as a great catalyst in mixing the classes.
The Metropolitan Police's Extradition Team stage a double dawn raid.
Shirley and John compete with their sheepdogs at the Nidderdale Agricultural Show.
Ben Garrod meets one of the most humanlike robots in the world, Erica.
Steve tries to land on a glacier by helicopter. Matt looks for orca and humpback whales.
The reception children at Mere Green spot an injured toy cat stuck up a tree.
The story of three 18th-century French explorers' scientific mission to the Andes.
Five groups of dedicated farmers compete against each other at the British Farming Awards.
Four mothers who are addicted to drugs must get clean or face losing their children.
Gregg Wallace is at the world's largest dried pasta factory in Italy.
David Olusoga uses BBC documentary archives to see why dictators can have such appeal.
How a reserved young prodigy from Northern Ireland became a global superstar.
A history of British refuse collection from the Second World War to the consumerist 1960s.
Dairy farmers Ben, Holly and Trevor compete at the Edenbridge and Oxted Agricultural Show.
With his son Edmund now at university, Desmond ponders the future of Wiveton.
Sports broadcaster Clare Balding uncovers an extraordinary American dynasty.
Aled Jones meets Jodi Ann Bickley, founder of the One Million Lovely Letters project.
Bears, eagles and orcas are gathering for the Alaskan summer feast.
How a diplomat who resigned over the Iraq war tried to find a better way of doing things.
How the Allies used 3D photographs to thwart the Nazis' superweapons.
Jane Austen superfans reveal what a vicar's daughter from Hampshire means to them.
In the Syrian city of Raqqa, the group that calls itself 'Islamic State' is under siege.
How the three country singers ended up uniting as close harmony singers on the Trio album.
A strange late-night break-in turns from being a manhunt into a search and rescue.
Documentary looking at the case of a 14-year-old boy who tried to kill his parents.
Melvyn Bragg and guests examine the impact of 60 years of British television.
Paul Rose explores the Yorkshire Wolds Way, perhaps Britain's least known walking trail.
A young man is viciously assaulted in broad daylight in Weston-super-Mare.
Documentary looking at what it is like to be a young Native American today.
West Yorkshire police officers search for a man convicted of a series of violent robberies
Paul looks at France's lack of flashy cars and the relationship between cars and food.