Ballerina Deborah Bull explores the world of jive.
As part of a collaborative venture with London's National Gallery, museums around the country and BBCi - as well as digital and terrestrial television channels - this first of four nightly programmes allows viewers to sample works portraying weather scenes by both famous and lesser-known artists. Storm. The first film includes works by Howard Hodgkin, John Martin and Philip de Loutherberg.
The feted American soprano and the virtuoso pianist perform at London's Barbican Hall.
A recital from Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier.
Martin Bell draws on personal experience and recent history to examine war crimes and international justice.
For 40 years, Ray Gosling enjoyed success, but when work dried up and his partner died, his world fell apart and he was recently made bankrupt. This film charts Gosling's struggle to keep a roof over his head.
Shown last Friday on BBC2.
Ray Gosling's survival battle. As 10pm.