Experiments in Eating. The work of two pioneering, British Second World War nutritionists.
Death of the Iceman
The story of the discovery in the Alps in 1991 by two hikers of the frozen 5,300-year-old body of a Stone Age man.
Presented by George Alagiah.
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer Ken Clarke, a lifelong jazz fan, interviews pianist Stan Tracey. Plus a short film featuring stand-up comedians from South Africa.
Documentary about how drab postwar Britain was enlivened by the trad-jazz scene. It became the country's first mass youth culture with young people dancing the night away in dimly-lit underground clubs, from London's infamous Cy Laurie Club in the Soho district, to the Cavern Club in Liverpool.
The Private Dirk Bogarde (part 1). The first in a two-part documentary revealing the truth about the life of the Hollywood actor. Narrated by Nicholas Shakespeare.
Barry Stevens believes he has hundreds of half-brothers and sisters because his parents were one of the early beneficiaries of artificial insemination. Haifa century on, Stevens tries to trace his biological father.
Architect Buckminster Fuller.