The life and times of Bill Shankly, Liverpool FC's legendary Scottish manager.
Mary-Ann Ochota delves into the history of an Edwardian leisure craze.
The FAA pilot recounts his experiences up to and during the Second World War.
Kirsty Young presents a look back at the marriage of the Queen and Prince Philip.
We revisit Sadiq 11 months after he arrived in Finland.
Powerful testimonies from children who have experienced the death of a parent.
Drugs cop Rhino comes face to face with a man accused of selling heroin on the estate.
In Mountain Ash, the police seek the culprit responsible for a recent string of burglaries
Simon Reeve joins leading designers and engineers to try and change the lives of children.
When two yachts capsize, the crew must make fast decisions about who to rescue first.
Eyewitnesses to the Lockerbie plane disaster meet to reflect on the fateful night.
Four people who were on the Empire Windrush in 1948 return to the port of Tilbury.
The organisers of the 2012 Queen's diamond jubilee river pageant meet again.
An aid worker who led missions in eastern Europe meets one of the children she saved.
Nazifa and Latif can only afford to pay a smuggler to take one of them to Germany.
Nick believes anyone can buy a house, but will he feel the same when living on £21 a day?
The story of Lenin, Trotsky and Stalin and the 245 days that brought them to supreme power
Documentary following the stories of Syrian refugees as they arrive in a small Irish town.
Nazifa, Latif and their children are living in a container in a refugee camp near Athens.
During and after World War II, babies being born to unmarried mothers was on the increase.
Lorraine spent her childhood believing that she was the only child of Pat and Ray Edwards.
When Jacqueline Clarke was still a young child, her mother revealed that she was adopted.
When he was a boy, David learnt that his mother and sisters weren't his family by birth.
When civil war broke out in Syria, Hussin had to flee for the safety of his family.
The story of the homecoming of US Army sergeant and former Taliban prisoner Bowe Bergdahl.
Series charting life at the busy children's wards at Wrexham Maelor hospital.
Stephen Nolan and Sarah Travers look at a new prototype for allergy testing.
Jeannie Taplin grew up believing her father had died in World War II.
Basharat has been trying to trace his grandmother Ellen for his elderly mother Yasmin.
Maureen adopted after her birth mother's husband returned from war unexpectedly.
Simon Wrigley has never known his grandfather and always wanted to learn more about him.
Featuring a couple in Cornwall as they open their sweet shop and tearoom.
Two brothers get a loan to start a business creating furniture made from aviation parts.
The programme meets two credit union volunteers with very different stories to tell.
The programme is at London Capital Credit Union to follow some loan applications.
A nurse changes her career to launch a dog spa after seeing how it helped her own pet.