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Duration: 30 minutes

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Series following broadcaster Martha Kearney through her beekeeping year. As spring arrives, Martha witnesses the growth of the colony and watches as bee larvae hatch out. Show more


Martha Kearney
Series Producer:
Tom Sheahan
Executive Producer:
Chris Shaw
Executive Producer:
Emma Read
Executive Producer:
Clare Paterson
Production Manager:
Emma Wood
Sound Recordist:
Tom Curry

Lucy Worsley learns the 17th-century art of horse ballet, leading up to a public performance. She explores its origins, witnesses displays abroad and discovers its legacies. Show more


Lucy Worsley
Production Company:
Million Media
Executive Producer:
Lionel Mill

A History of Ancient Britain

Series 1

Episode 4: Age of Bronze

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Four HD

Neil Oliver continues his tour of Britain's past with the arrival of metals and how they ushered in a new age of social mobility, international trade and village life. Show more

The Dark Ages: An Age of Light

Episode 1: The Clash of the Gods

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Four HD

Reappraising the Dark Ages, Waldemar Januszczak sees how Christian artists used images of ancient gods for inspiration and developed new architectural forms. Show more

Natural World


Episode 13: The Real Jungle Book Bear

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Four HD

David Attenborough narrates a documentary looking at the secretive sloth bear. It follows a young male called Baloo as he grows up in the harsh Karnataka landscape in India. Show more

Jerusalem: The Making of a Holy City

Episode 3: Judgement Day

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC Four HD

How Jerusalem became the object of rivalry between Christian nations, the focus of the longing of Jews and the site of one of the world's most intractable conflicts. Show more


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