Traditions of satire and lewd humour survived and thrived in the era of Victorian values.
Miranda Krestovnikoff discovers something unique about leaf-rolling weevils in Worcester.
Ellie Harrison follows in the footsteps of Octavia Hill, founder of the National Trust.
Celebrity photographer Rankin shares his secrets to taking the perfect portrait.
Chris Evans and Alex Jones are joined by Michael Sheen and Kirsty Young.
Rosie Newman, who shot some of the most important colour documentary footage of the 1930s.
Harry Wright's colour films of the indigenous peoples of Africa and Central America.
Industrialist Harry Wright and his brother Bolling's images from around the globe.
How Life magazine's legendary photographers shot the big moments in American history.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison head to Scotland to explore Loch Etive.
Matt and Clare find out what it takes to turn a working animal into a prize winner.
British fashion photographer Rankin reveals the rich history of Hollywood photography.
Filmmaker Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen takes a photographic journey through Byker Wall Estate.