A collection of short films about ambition and work aimed at 9- to 14-year-olds.
Three key scenes from Julius Caesar are explored through performance.
Famous sports stars share their passion for learning another language.
In Holland, Joey is preparing for his first ever junior boxing fight.
Geologist Dr Tom Challands challenges six young people to climb a different rock face.
Youngsters interview elderly people who were children during World War II.
A compilation of short films providing an insight into how computers work.
Real-life stories of young people who have sought refuge in the UK.
Following Wang Lei - part hair-stylist, part image-maker.
How urban planner Professor Ruan is fighting to save Shanghai's historic buildings.
Looking at a privately run collective employing disabled people.
How Sichuan Television has pioneered its own wildlife programming.
Looks at Xiao Ya and her passion for yue ju - a form of Chinese opera.
How Sichuan students have been working with one of China's largest ethnic minorities.
The reality of living with mental illness is revealed through the eyes of young people.
Revealing testimony chronicling how it is possible to start over after leaving a gang.
A handsome visitor causes a rift between the three girls.
Gabriel's dress and attitude have changed since he made friends with a boy called Teo.
Lara makes a new friend who amazes the group with her skateboarding skills.
The girls are allowed to go to the disco as long as they promise to phone home.
Gabriel has been asked out on a date, but doesn't know what is expected of him.
Monica's wishful thinking that her parents will get back together comes to a painful end.
Tony decides to declare his love for Brenda by emailing her a video of him singing.
Gabriel is worried about his body when the school holds a superhero costume party.
Gabriel is embarrassed when Monica misunderstands an overheard conversation.
Monica has a crush on the older waiter in the school canteen.
Lara notices that she has hair under her arms and on her legs.
The gang have to give a presentation to the class.
Gabriel has trouble getting to sleep at night and waking up in the morning.
Scientist Mark Miodownik reveals the fascinating world of metals, ceramics and plastics.
This programme looks at how humans have learnt to live with extremes.
With poems from Andrew Marvell, Thomas Hardy, Tennyson and Edmund Waller.
Take part in a dramatic story of intrigue and mystery and brush up on your Spanish too.
The diverse cultures of the French-speaking world. In French with French subtitles.
Exploration of what it means to be English and what has shaped English identity.
Bettany Hughes uncovers the remarkable and neglected stories of women and religion.