Profile of Ken Dodd, one of Britain's most enduring variety entertainers.
There is an extraordinary act of compassion from one family's daughter to another.
Professor Mary Beard explores images of the human body in ancient art.
Murad Batal Shishani finds out why some Palestinians choose to collaborate with Israel.
Hugh visits an ancient hill farm with dozens of nesting house martins and swallows.
David Attenborough examines animals with extreme young, including the panda and the kiwi.
An unprecedented look at Hitchcock's infamous shower scene and its enduring legacy.
Chris Packham and Liz Bonnin battle it out to find an answer to the burning question.
Documentary examining relations between Russia and the West.
Join Rex as he goes on a caravan holiday in Wales with all his family.
A clumsy crook trying to cut it as a burglar ends up cutting his hand badly.
Jeremy Dein and Sasha Wass investigate a rural case of murder in Ireland in 1894.
How did a poor boy from St Petersburg become one of the world's most powerful leaders?
Charles Hazlewood meets the genre's superstars, Philip Glass and Steve Reich.
Michael Portillo explores the city described in his guide as the Jerusalem of Russia.
A burglar uses his backside to break into a hair salon.
Barristers Sasha Wass and Jeremy Dein investigate a gang-related murder in Clapham Common.
Join Jake as he bakes a cake for the first time.
Piers Taylor and Caroline Quentin visit a contemporary take on a Swiss chalet.
Two men found around the back of a pub try to bluff their way out of trouble.
Barristers Sasha Wass and Jeremy Dein scrutinise a violent burglary and murder from 1931.
In some natural wonders, people push themselves to the limit to survive.
Lucy Worsley recreates a spectacular Tudor firework display staged for Queen Elizabeth I.
Reporter Bronagh Munro investigates the case of Richard Huckle.
Join Eiliyah and her grandma as they take their first trip to the seaside.
Giles and Monica travel to a resort seeking to blend local tradition with modern tastes.
At a jeweller's, a man wearing a comical wig turns deadly serious.
Barristers Jeremy Dein and Sasha Wass re-investigate an alleged false murder confession.
The Ellis family experience the chintz of the 80s and swagger of the 90s.
A look at the origins of Magna Carta, a document underpinning British liberties since 1215
The work of the pilots, marine and control tower staff who guide ships into Southampton.
Join Esther as she goes skiing for the first time with her family in Scotland.
The police use state-of-the-art video analysis to uncover the identity of an armed robber.
Sasha Wass and Jeremy Dein re-examine a case of murder and mistaken identity from 1900.
Jade, Sensi and Henry are all homeless but won't let that hold them back!
Delve into the world of Philip Pullman and explore the author's own dark materials.