Regional Variations (2)
Robert Bartlett examines the way we thought during medieval times. As the church's grip on their beliefs increased, people came before religious courts and many were killed. Show more
Terry Jones gives a tour of the Middle Ages. Knights were more interested in the fine art of killing people and profiting from war than romantic notions of chivalry. Show more
Monty Python star and medieval enthusiast, Terry Jones, takes us on a tour of the Middle Ages. In this episode, a look at the world of the medieval damsel. Show more
Letters cataloguing the preoccupations and passions of television viewers over the last five decades.
Series on the history of British television advertising discusses how advertising in post-war Britain can be viewed as a barometer of shifts in national mood. Show more
Drama series set in the world of advertising in 1960s New York. Don loses an important account so Roger attempts to cheer him up with the aid of twin models. Show more
Singer-songwriter James Taylor showcases material from the past 40 years including You've Got a Friend, while interviews and archive footage tell the stories behind the songs. Show more
Documentary looking at the music and mythology of a golden era in Californian culture, telling how LA become the hub of the American music industry by the end of the 1970s. Show more
A classic concert from 1971 by American singer-songwriter James Taylor.
Documentary looking at how the 1970s California swinging scene, when wife-swapping became a reality amid a new, sexually liberated way of life, created a new design aesthetic. Show more
BBC Four reflects arts, music and culture with an ambitious range of intellectually and culturally enriching programmes, taking an expert and in-depth approach to its subjects.
This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More