A retrospective look at black actors who have graced cinema screens.
Examining the game of cat and mouse played out between Greta Garbo and the camera.
The candidates must escape from an underwater capsule and operate the next Mars Rover.
The untold story of Britain's cross-dressing high society painter.
Documentary exploring the country's reaction to the death of Diana, Princess of Wales.
Nina Conti meets fellow comics who are using narrative to push the boundaries of comedy.
Jack Whitehall celebrates 70 years of one of the greatest arts festivals in the world.
Documentary exploring gun crime in America, focusing on the murder of Tavin Price.
Reporter Livvy Haydock investigates the war on drugs in the Philippines.
Paramedics race to help a man who has suddenly collapsed.
Fearne Cotton learns about her Welsh great-grandfather who worked down a coal mine at 13.
A group of men over the age of 90 pursue their dreams to become world class athletes.
Will Dr Javid's gender neutral mission produce a meaningful change by the end of term?
Off the coast of Bridlington, a kayaker has been missing for an hour.
Documentary which digs into the colourful world of Welsh giant vegetable growers.
Si and Dave visit a Manchester brewery to discover why beer became popular in Britain.
Richard Clay asks if utopia is ultimately, a state of mind. Can we find utopia within?
Adnan Sarwar and Babita Sharma continue their epic journey through the province of Punjab.
Marking the 70th anniversary of the Partition of India with a look at its human impact.
How almost every action we take is driven by parts of the brain we have no access to.
Richie Woodhall investigates the Laurence and Egbert Cadbury's involvement in WWI.
Documentary looking at the black market website known as the Silk Road.
Christmas is approaching at Wiveton Hall and Desmond organises an end-of-year staff party.
The team try to find out whether a painting is a lost masterpiece by John Constable.
Twelve candidates are put through a series of gruelling physical and psychological tests.
Edmund Capon explores how, from the 1960s onwards, Australia and its art went global.
A look back at the life and career of Sir Bruce Forsyth.
Yalda Hakim has been to Mosul to meet survivors of three years of brutal rule under ISIS.
Will President Trump's border wall stop people smuggling and drug trafficking?
The stories of three men who arrived in Britain as children but now face deportation.
A once pejorative label, what does it mean to be queer in Britain in 2017?
Riyadh Khalaf explores the world of queer porn.
Alex and Pete welcome rescue pup Pippa, who comes with an extreme chewing habit.
Pop star Lulu travels to Glasgow to get to the bottom of a family mystery.
Coast reveals surprising stories of invasions around the British Isles.
In Ireland, three fishermen swim for their lives as their trawler is smashed on to rocks.