An innocent witness to a gangland murder flees to a wilderness pursued by both gangsters and the police.
Top chefs compete to cook at a D-Day anniversary banquet. Three of the north east's finest attempt to dazzle the mystery judge with their starters. Show more
Top chefs compete to cook at a D-Day anniversary banquet. Three of the north east's superstar chefs hope to impress with their fish courses. Show more
Top chefs compete to cook at a D-Day anniversary banquet. Frances Atkins, Paul Welburn and Colin McGurran try to impress the veteran judge with their main courses. Show more
Top chefs compete to cook at a D-Day anniversary banquet. It is the north east chefs' last chance to impress as only two will get to cook for the judges. Show more
Top chefs compete to cook at a banquet marking the 70th anniversary of D-Day. The two remaining north east chefs cook their dishes again for the panel of judges. Show more
David Attenborough explores the grasslands of the Americas, Eurasia and Africa, and encounters the rare maned wolf, a giant anteater, bison, prairie chickens and more. Show more
Nicholas Crane seeks out the story of a tiny harbour which played a big part in making a mountain of money at Parys Mountain, and Amlwch Port which served it.
Documentary series celebrating Britain's rich industrial heritage, presented by Fred Dibnah. Tracing the development of Britain's textile industry. Show more
Michael samples Cheddar strawberries, explores Cheddar Gorge and the famous caves, and visits one of the country's oldest piers at Weston-super-Mare. Show more
Tom Kerridge is joined in the studio by guest chef Theo Randall and TV presenter Nicki Chapman for some great seasonal recipes and spring food.
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Food writer Nigel Slater creates simple yet delicious meals, using everyday ingredients to rustle up sumptuous food. In this edition: sticky chicken.
Sylvia Syms looks back on the life of Laurence Olivier, perhaps Britain's greatest actor, using rare material from the BBC archives to tell the story of his distinguished career. Show more
Oscar-winning adaptation of Emily Bronte's story of the tragic love affair between the enigmatic Heathcliff and the headstrong daughter of his adoptive family. Show more
Adaptation of Jane Austen's novel about the five husband-hunting Bennet sisters and the impact of Mr Darcy on the spirited Elizabeth. Show more
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Three enthusiasts in South Africa investigate the honey badger's fearsome reputation as nature's most aggressive and pugnacious fighter. Show more
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Paul Martin and the team visit Wilmslow. Jewellery, toys, porcelain and a Georgian tea table all go under the hammer, and Paul visits Manchester's Victoria Swimming Baths. Show more
Will Gompertz celebrates Museums at Night, a three-day festival of museums and galleries from St Ives to Orkney that throw open their doors till late to showcase their collections. Show more
Penelope Keith pays tribute to comedy writer Bob Larbey. He and his writing partner John Esmonde wrote some of Britain's best-loved comedies, including The Good Life.
Series charting the history of the best of British comedy shows looks at the John Esmonde and Bob Larbey-penned sitcom Ever Decreasing Circles.
What was it really like behind the scenes of The Good Life? With contributions from Richard Briers, Penelope Keith, Monty Don, Brian Sewell and John O'Farrell. Show more
Quiz show. Stephen Fry looks into knits, knots and other things starting with K, with Sue Perkins, Ross Noble, David Mitchell and Alan Davies.
Dark thriller. Two young private investigators (Casey Affleck and Michelle Monaghan) trawl through Boston's seamy underworld in an effort to find a missing four-year-old girl. Show more
French thriller based on the true story of gangster Jacques Mesrine (Vincent Cassel), who gained notoriety in the 60s and 70s for his criminal behaviour. Show more