Classic series about WWI. This episode looks at the Battle of Verdun, one of the bloodiest clashes in history, which lasted for ten months during 1916. Show more
Wildlife documentary. This intimate portrait follows the badgers of the New Forest through their busiest time of year, giving an insight into their lives. Show more
As the spring sunshine melts the snow and ice on a lake which is a stop-off point for 10,000 migrating cranes, the birds start to do an unforgettable dance. Show more
Public Service Broadcasting: A House of Cards?
45 minutes on BBC Four
Lord Dobbs of Wylye examines the UK's tradition of public service broadcasting, and whether it will continue to play an important role in our society. Show more
Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan explores his native Mull and some of the nearby islands, filming otters, deer, puffins, seals and a minke whale.
Nature documentary. Cameraman Jeff Turner spends a year in Canada's frozen north following Storm, an extraordinary wolf whose pack was first featured in Frozen Planet. Show more
Documentary about the gang rape and murder of 23-year-old medical student Jyoti on a moving bus in Delhi in 2012, and the protests which this event ignited throughout India. Show more
Romantic comedy about a retired dentist, Caroline, who attends a computer class and falls in love with her younger teacher. Show more
Documentary about Culture Club's 2014 reunion, as they record a new album and embark on a UK and US tour, seen through the prism of the band's sometimes troubled past. Show more
Updated documentary about Nile Rodgers. With Chic, he was one of disco's most successful artists. As a producer, he then went on to help create some of the biggest hits of the 80s. Show more
Magenta Devine narrates a programme focusing on the music of the New Romantics, a movement born from the London club scene at the beginning of the 80s. Show more
Musical memories from the BBC archives, featuring performances from Kool and the Gang, The Pointer Sisters, Grace Jones, Cameo and Sade. Show more