Comedy about a feisty 13-year-old girl. When Kit's cousin comes to stay, Sadie and Dede think he's trying to turn Kit into someone different. Show more
Gabby Logan introduces all of the afternoon's football results, with reports from all the FA Cup fifth round ties as well as the other big games taking place around the country.
Comedy. The school disco means just one thing for the Carter brothers - girl trouble. Only Ash has any success with the girls - in fact, more success than he can handle. Show more
Neil Oliver follows in the footsteps of four Scottish explorers. He reveals David Livingstone's moral mission to bring commerce, Christianity and civilisation to Africa. Show more
Featuring the National Theatre of Scotland's new adaptation of The Wicker Man, a major new Picasso exhibition opening at Tate Britain, and Mark Kermode's very own film awards. Show more
Iain Stewart tells the story of James Hutton, the founding father of geology. This Scottish thinker overturned ancient beliefs about how and when the world was formed. Show more
Neil Oliver begins the epic story of the evolution of Britain and its occupants, beginning with the struggle for survival in the brutal world of the last ice age. Show more
Painted Life explores the life and work of Lucian Freud. Including interviews with those closest to him and unique footage of him painting his last work shortly before his death. Show more
The BAFTA-nominated Live at the Apollo presents the best of British stand-up comedy, as Michael McIntyre introduces Rich Hall and Rhod Gilbert at the Hammersmith Apollo, London.
Drama series about a 1960s airline. The Clipper Majestic is bound for Rome. Colette looks after an unescorted young boy who becomes infatuated with her. Show more
Martha Kearney and her panel discuss the National Portrait Gallery's major exhibition of paintings by the late Lucian Freud, and the latest book from Colm Toibin. Show more