Powerful drama in which a renowned stage actor (Ronald Colman) becomes increasingly unable to differentiate between his stage roles and real life. Show more
Fred traces the development of steam power. He looks at early experiments in its use for road transport, and at the development of the traction engine.
A look at how steam power revolutionised shipping, from the earliest paddle steamers with screw propellers to more modern vessels like the Royal Yacht Britannia.
Alan Titchmarsh travels Britain to discover why our islands are so diverse and extreme. He explores a time when industry changed the landscape.
John Inverdale takes a look back at some of the most memorable fixtures from the Six Nations archive, with a fierce display between Wales and Scotland from the 1980s. Show more
Guy Mowbray unearths some classic games from the FA Cup's fifth round, including Barnsley v Liverpool at Anfield in 2008 and the 1978 match between Blyth Spartans and Wrexham. Show more
Food programme exploring specialities from around Britain. Janet Street-Porter and Brian Turner are in East Sussex. They soon find some top-class scallops in Rye. Show more
Food programme exploring specialities from around Britain. Janet Street-Porter and Brian Turner start their tour of Cambridgeshire in the heart of Cambridge. Show more
A look at television appearances made over the years by Oscar-winning actress Shelley Winters, capturing the milestones and highlights of her life and career. Show more
A ruthless gang of outlaws left over from the US Civil War terrorise the town where their law-abiding brother lives. Starring Jack Palance. Show more
Chris Packham explores what makes animal groups successful: How are bears able to survive in practically every habitat on earth, from jungles to the Arctic? Show more
Amateur sewers test their sewing and dressmaking skills. The nine remaining amateur sewers are tested on their ability to make clothes on a miniature scale. Show more
Second of three shows compiling some of the BBC's rare 60s archive hits by the likes of Clodagh Rodgers, The Move, Tom Jones and the Bee Gees. Show more
Biopic. Drama based on the life of Joe Meek, the songwriter-producer behind the 60s hits Have I the Right, Just Like Eddie, Johnny, Remember Me and the unforgettable Telstar.