Stefan Gates explores the science behind agriculture's most important event. To grow good food, and enough of it, farmers need to understand the science behind the harvest. Show more
Seven short films for the BBC Learning Zone based on the BBC One series The Great British Year, showing the stunning transition in the British countryside through the four seasons. Show more
This short film shows a variety of birds of paradise in the wild. Their exotic beauty and colour is revealed as the birds display their feathers and take flight. Show more
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Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a house in Chatham, Kent, a property in Staffordshire and a house in Durham. They learn how much each sold for at auction. Show more
Series following the emergency services in rural Britain. The Royal Navy search and rescue crew rush to help a fencing contractor who has come off his quad bike in Scotland. Show more
Betrayed by a trusted friend, technology helps catch a woman with her fingers in the till. And a thief carries a stolen safe through the streets of London, but he has left a trail.
A mother and her two daughters are in danger as flash floods threaten to swamp the Dales, and the chopper is scrambled to a seaside entertainer taken ill on stage.
Gardeners try to save the nation's rich horticultural heritage. Carol Klein supports the cottage garden and Tom Hart Dyke promotes house plants. Show more
Michael Portillo begins this leg of his journey from Manchester to Chesterfield at the home of the three Bronte sisters in Worth Valley, Yorkshire. Show more
Stephen Sackur talks with David Keene, the recently retired president of the National Rifle Association. Does the gun lobby really stand up for American values? Show more
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Andrew Neil is joined by Labour's Baroness Prosser to look at the latest developments in Ukraine and Russia, as well as all the other political news, interviews and debate.
A look at some of the BBC's most popular gardening programmes and personalities, presented by Carol Kirkwood. Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter O. Show more
Military historian Professor Richard Holmes looks at major battles in history. He visits the farms and fields where history hung in the balance at the Battle of Waterloo. Show more
Drama series. Preferring prostitution to Princeton, a teenage girl holds the key to the case Christine and Mary Beth are building against her violent pimp. Show more
Wartime sitcom. Rene tries to send a message to London to inform them of the plan to return the British airmen, but gets a little carried away. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team are in Tavistock in Devon, where they discover an inmate's canvas uniform and a cat o'nine tails from the early days of Dartmoor prison. Show more
Quiz hosted by Jeremy Vine. Five brave contestants attempt to win thousands of pounds by taking on infamous Egghead CJ de Mooi.
Gaby Roslin hosts, as two teams of owners and their dogs go head-to-head in a series of fun challenges. Chris Hollins and Deena Payne are the celebrity team captains. Show more
Amateur sewers test their sewing and dressmaking skills. The contestants are given a surprise pattern for a pair of leggings, and must turn a T-shirt into a completely new garment. Show more
Series exploring the decisions doctors face in the first hour of emergency care. Medics fight to save the lives of a man hit by a car, and a farmer crushed by a cow. Show more
Tanya Arnold presents highlights and analysis from the third round of matches in the Super League. Including Salford v St Helens, Leeds v Catalans and Wigan v Wakefield. Show more
Series charting how the First World War affected Britain. How Germany's attempts to starve Britain into submission edged the nation closer to defeat than ever. Show more
In this version of the BBC One series made especially for schools, Jeremy Paxman traces the effects of the First World War on Britain. Show more
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