Young people in Beijing and their views on marriage, meeting people and introductions.
Beijing's burgeoning tea-house, bar and café scene, and ordering drinks Chinese style.
A taste of the huge range of food on offer in Beijing and tips on how to order.
A look at life on the university campus and in Beijing's booming business world.
Favourite leisure pursuits in China, from martial arts to walking the Great Wall.
A look at how children in China learn their language, plus greeting people in Mandarin.
A look at Beijing's addiction to shopping, from designer fashion to herbal medicine.
This episode explores Beijing - from the city's boulevards to its palaces and temples.
Tips on getting around by taxi, coach and train - and how to do it in Chinese.
This episode looks at ordering a meal and travelling by public transport.
The course continues with a look at booking accommodation.
The course concludes by talking about leisure activities, plus a look at Munich nightlife.
The course continues with a look at asking for directions and going shopping.
The course continues with a look at ordering drinks and talking about the family.
Covers children and pets, accrobranches, food, booking holidays and selling a house.
This episode looks at visiting the pharmacy and holidays.
This episode looks at dating, sport and DIY.
A series of 12 short films looking at how IT is used in a variety of workplaces.
Extracts from the BBC archive which illustrate the range of different television genres.
Clips taken from the BBC archive, showcasing the dances of a variety of choreographers.
Exploring the vibrant traditional dances from India, Ghana, Australia and Brazil.
Re-tells Hansel and Gretel using dance and movement to lead you through the tale.
A look at a Christian procession in Jerusalem and a fertility festival in the Philippines.
A look at Judaism in Lithuania, Hinduism in Calcutta and a Shinto fire festival in Japan.
Clips include a high altitude meeting with Taoist monks in China.
The teams behind Doctor Who and Life on Mars discuss their creative writing techniques.
Examining the corporate branding of the London Underground.
A look at how the music for Strictly Come Dancing is put together.
A farm, a train station and a library become places to dance.
Spanish teaching via an intriguing drama. Commentary in English and subtitles in Spanish.
A showcase of musical sounds, styles and rhythms of the world.
Looking at apartheid in South Africa from 1948 to 1994.
Video clips for the classroom. Exploring the civil rights movement in the USA.
A selection of clips taken from BBC programmes about Darwin and evolutionary biology.
From carnival queens to the ghetto, this looks at the varied lifesyles of Rio De Janeiro.
A unit featuring well-known authors giving advice on developing styles in writing.