As President Trump takes office, BBC News teams in Washington and London report on the events that are shaping our world.
Melvyn Bragg reveals archive footage telling the history of modern Britain. This episode concentrates on the slums of London's East End in the 1930s. Show more
Two-part documentary revealing life on Fair Isle, Britain's most remote inhabited island. Following the arrival of a new couple as they settle in and adapt to island life. Show more
Bettany Hughes investigates three giants of ancient philosophy. In the second episode she is in Greece, on the trail of the hugely influential maverick thinker Socrates. Show more
A Storyville documentary: An inside account of how San Francisco punk rocker Laura Albert created a literary persona called JT LeRoy that duped celebrities and the literary world. Show more
Journalist Kate Mossman explores the unique relationship between artist and fan, from The Beatles to One Direction, and her own evolving fascination with Queen.
Sona Datta looks at the Mughals, who created the most dazzling empire India has ever seen, from the Taj Mahal to intricate miniatures of court life. Show more