Prof Kate Williams and Greg Jenner discuss Louis XIV's premier valet Alexandre Bontemps.
Children explore what would be different if kids ruled the world.
A runaway van causes gridlock when it careers down an embankment.
A truck breakdown at rush hour puts motorists' safety in jeopardy.
The vets perform abdominal surgery on Jess the cat following a road traffic accident.
The crew of the Whitonia tanker refuel massive cruise liners and cargo ships.
A team working on the dockside unload one of the largest container ships in the world.
In January 1995, the crime of the century gave way to the trial of the century.
The new A1 class steam engine Tornado tries to achieve 100mph on the main line.
A lorry breakdown causes rush hour traffic chaos.
The team are in New York for Carl Frampton's world title bout against Leo Santa Cruz.
Custard the guinea pig is booked in for a delicate operation.
Mark Simpson joins John McAreavey as he returns to Mauritius, where his wife was killed.
Remarkable stories from people who are making the most of the time they have left.
Can new treatments save us from the antibiotic resistance crisis? Michael Mosley finds out
Paul Rose explores the Yorkshire Wolds Way, perhaps Britain's least known walking trail.
The crew of the Galatea are called out to a damaged light vessel.
Exploring Australia's creation through the platypus, Aboriginal songlines and opal mines.
Dr Rangan is called to help a mum battling cluster headaches.
Nicole's murder laid bare the realities of race, power, the legal system and the media.
The LA the world inhabited by OJ Simpson was wealthy, privileged, and predominantly white.
Horizon investigates unusual space signals including the Lorimer Burst.
It really is a big bad world out there. So what happens if you are the little guy?
A look at how art has been used to enhance prestige and power in St Petersburg.
Traffic officers race to the scene of a treacherous blowout.
A couple of rookie sailors learn the ropes at Cowes Week.
A horrific crash causes rush hour chaos on the Great North Road.
The ancient temples of the Maya tower over the forests of the Yucatan.
Dara and Ed fly into Phuket to find an island sinking under the weight of booming tourism.
How OJ Simpson rose to fame as a running back in college and the NFL.
Giles and Monica don their thermals and extreme weather gear, and visit Sweden's Lapland.
A look at the production, science and history of bread in Britain.
A look at how scientists are trying to work out how moments of creativity come about.
Charles Hazlewood looks at the fascinating two-way relationship Haydn had with Britain.
Sylvia Syms looks back on the legendary leading ladies of Hollywood.
Newly qualified vet Imogen attempts to treat a herd of coughing calves.