A compilation of short films for primary school-aged children, looking at Britain's best-loved burrowing animals. Find out how moles, badgers and rabbits live underground. Show more
Child-led documentary exploring the exciting and busy port of Rotterdam. Martine introduces viewers to the massive container terminal with its robotic cranes. Show more
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a terraced house in Leeds, a rural cottage in Maidstone, Kent and a first-floor flat in Harlesden, north London. Show more
Dominic Littlewood looks at antisocial behaviour. This episode features vandalism in the Bronte family churchyard, teenage hooliganism and gangs on a housing estate. Show more
Claimed and Shamed returns to unearth more insurance fraud caught on camera. In this episode, a supposed invalid aircraft engineer is filmed ripping out his mother's bathroom. Show more
Consumer series with Matt Allwright. Stories include the life-threatening electric shock from a counterfeit iPhone charger which led to the discovery of dangerous fakes on sale. Show more
Ellie Harrison takes to London's crowded streets to find out how urban wildlife copes with living alongside millions of people. She visits the most urban woodland in London. Show more
Series following police forces across the UK as they deal with burglaries. The police raid London's jewellery district, trying to catch those who sell on stolen goods. Show more
In 1977, Roman Polanski admitted to having unlawful sexual intercourse with a 13-year-old Samantha Geimer. How has her life been affected by that event nearly 40 years ago? Show more
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with news from the Liberal Democrat conference, with Paddy Ashdown and Susan Kramer, plus Conservative MP Mark Pritchard and Labour MP Jon Ashworth. Show more
A look around the coast of the British Isles. Nick Crane ventures out into the Portland tidal race to see how this tidal surge creates some of the roughest waters in Britain. Show more
In the Grand Final, specialist subjects are Thomas Girtin, Margaret Mitchell and Gone With The Wind, King Edward VII, TV sitcom Porridge, Albert Camus and the Ottoman Empire.
It's the battle of chefs from the north west - Bruno Birkbeck, Johnnie Mountain and Lisa Allen pull out all the stops with their fish dishes. Show more
Documentary focusing on the intelligence of whales and dolphins. Professor Denise Herzing attempts to find out how close their minds are to those of humans. Show more
Series about orphaned baby elephants at the David Shelrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya. Michaela Strachan finds out if a newly rescued baby has survived her first 24 hours. Show more
The story of Britain through its art and treasure. In the 17th century the people of Britain learned to question everything, resulting in the Civil War. Show more
Series looking at the value of household junk. Retired teacher Yvonne Coulson calls in the Cash in the Attic team to raise some money to help set up a school in Africa. Show more
Dermot Murnaghan hosts the show in which teams from all over the UK take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quiz champions. Show more
Chef James Martin explores how the British Isles produces delicious regional ingredients. He discovers why Welsh mountain lamb is so prized by foodies. Show more
The Hairy Bikers celebrate British food. They look at food festivals and the family occasions in the calendar that allow the public to indulge and put on a spread. Show more
Almost halfway through the competition, the remaining eight bakers are faced with biscuits and traybakes. They also take on the French classic tuiles. Show more
Featuring the midwives of University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff and focusing on women who have chosen - or have no other choice - an unassisted delivery, without an epidural. Show more
Joining Jools are Kanye West with music from his latest album Yeezus, Kings of Leon, Sting, 16-year-old New Zealand sensation Lorde, garage rock duo Drenge and Bill Medley. Show more
Kirsty Wark is on the England-Scotland border with an audience of Scots to debate the independence referendum.
Regional Variations (2)
James Landale presents highlights from the Liberal Democrat annual conference in Glasgow.
Regional Variations (2)
Featuring the midwives of Saint Mary's Hospital, Manchester, who help mums and dads through high risk pregnancies or cases where mums and their babies need extra special care. Show more
Episode 1: Man of the House
1 hour on BBC Two England
Alan Yentob documents the history of US primetime television. This episode traces the trajectory of the archetypal American dad from the 1950s to the present. Show more
Actress Charlotte Ritchie lifts the lid on a typical day for three Regency-era people - a housemaid, her gentleman master and a young upper middle class woman. Show more
Five short films explore the secret life of a teenager's stuff - relating global consumer and economic issues to their everyday things. Show more