Celebrity presenters let viewers into their personal thoughts on classical music and the pictures painted by their imaginations as they listen to their favourite compositions. Show more
An adventure inside some of the most exciting paintings held in British collections today. Looking at Henri Rousseau, LS Lowry, Andy Warhol, Paula Rego and Joseph Wright of Derby. Show more
The wonder of different frogs moving around their habitat. We see them move and interact with their surroundings, climbing trees, jumping in slow motion and feeding.
Property renovation series. Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander travel between Kent and Scotland, inspecting properties which have been sold at auction. Show more
There's life and death drama on Meerkat Mountain, where babies are imminent. Kate Humble bravely goes down to Wolf Wood to pick food for the tortoises. Show more
Highlights from the final two matches in the last 16 of the World Cup in Brazil.
A mounted policewoman is feared paralysed after she falls from her horse, and a marathon runner sparks a major rescue operation after he slips on a riverside path.
Fiona Bruce and the experts visit Norwich. Objects under inspection include a rare 18th-century glass and a pair of Queen Victoria's knickers. Show more
Series in which Sophie Raworth reveals how household products are tested, putting the makers' claims on trial and showing how to get the best value for money. Show more
Technology news. What would you do if you lost the ability to communicate? Click meets the man creating a keyboard for his eyes. Plus the behind the scenes tech at Wimbledon.
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by former Conservative leader Lord Howard and Labour Treasury spokesman Chris Leslie. Including full coverage of Prime Minister's Questions. Show more
Sue Barker introduces live action from the men's quarter-finals at Wimbledon. There was drama in 2013 when Andy Murray found himself two sets down against Fernando Verdasco. Show more
John Inverdale and guests take a look back at the quarter-finals in the men's draw. Andy Murray's match against Fernando Verdasco provided drama at this stage in 2013. Show more
Series exploring Australia's coastline. Tim Flannery begins this Top End adventure at Victoria Settlement. Neil Oliver examines the ferocious bombing of Darwin. Show more
Sitcom. Filming on 'Pucks!' is drawing to a close and everyone is focused on what they will do next.
Regional Variations (2)
With Kirsty Wark. What happened to a 1980s Home Office dossier on alleged child sex abuse? Plus, the mystery of the bodies being washed up on the Isle of Wight. Show more
Episode 1: Here Come the Girls
1 hour on BBC Two England
Dr Pamela Cox charts the history of the shopgirl. She begins in the mid-19th century, when shops were owned and staffed by men. Show more
Regional Variations (2)
Episode 2: Revolution on the Floor
1 hour on BBC Two HD
Dr Pamela Cox charts the history of the shopgirl. Revealing how the life of the shopgirl was revolutionised in the early 20th century. Show more
Documentary series. This episode looks at the resourcefulness of some of Rio's poorest residents, revealing how favela residents exploit their opportunities. Show more
Series going behind the scenes at British Airways. Featuring a look behind the airline's 'millionaire's door' at Heathrow, and the tough training course faced by new recruits. 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
Lucy Worsley presents six films about the mental and physical health of our past monarchs, covering Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary I, Charles I, George III and royal childbirth. Show more