Performances by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales are mixed with live action and magical animation to open up the world of classical music to children. Show more
Series about properties that have gone to auction. Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a dated semi in Telford, a flat in Margate and a grand 16th-century house in Derbyshire. Show more
Series looking at benefit fraud. Matt meets Barnet's fraud investigators to discover more about a pensioner possibly living in their borough and using two names to claim benefits. Show more
Series following British flying doctors in Australia. Rookie flying doctor Eoin is scrambled to a badly hurt photographer and Yorkshirewoman Sarah fights to save a biker. Show more
Series in which families try out life overseas. A young mum tries to persuade her partner to agree to her decade-old dream to live in Australia. Show more
Following six British households as they take on the responsibility of a puppy. The first few weeks of puppy ownership prove to be the most challenging. Show more
Series which sees insurance fraudsters caught on camera. A group of fraudsters try to trip up the council with a fake personal injury claim. Show more
Stephen Sackur speaks to Robbie Rogers, a US international footballer who broke the sport's great taboo by publicly coming out as gay. Why haven't others followed his lead? Show more
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Nick Crane leads the team around Britain in a search for the secrets revealed by the tide.
Series in which historian AJP Taylor describes the careers of the 'war lords' who dominated WWII. In this episode, Taylor evaluates Stalin's role in the conflict. Show more
Antiques series. Keith Davies' eldest son Leslie needs a little help with his studies in Texas, so the family wants to sell some of the valuables hidden at home. Show more
Griff Rhys Jones continues his exploration of Britain's mountains with a journey across the Pennines, the natural barrier between Yorkshire and Lancashire. Show more
Classic sitcom about a miserly shopkeeper. Arkwright has a sales drive with Granville demonstrating the product - very reluctantly.
Stately sitcom. DeVere moves his multinational grocery business to the manor and crosses swords with Audrey over a fireplace.
The classic comedy series set at Maplin's Holiday Camp in 1959. The Punch and Judy man gets drunk and everyone tries to cover up for him.
Experts Michael Baggott and Philip Serrell value antiques in Barnsley. Paul Martin visits a snuff mill to find out about expert James Lewis's snuff box collection. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on what is probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quizzers.
Antiques series. Tim Wonnacott visits the Bakewell Food Festival in the Derbyshire Peak District, where he goes underground in search of the precious mineral Blue John. Show more
Amateur sewers test their sewing and dressmaking skills. The contestants are tested on a core fabric found in every dressmaker's cupboard: cotton. Show more
A look behind the scenes as actor Warwick Davis puts his money on the line to set up the Reduced Height Theatre Company, producing classic plays cast entirely with short actors. Show more
Charlie counts down to the 2015 general election and looks at reality show 10,000 BC, while Jake Yapp distils The One Show down to 84 seconds and Philomena Cunk ponders philosophy. Show more
Hairy Biker Dave Myers travels to Egypt in search of the origins of some favourite dishes. He samples street food in Cairo, a family feast in Aswan and more along the River Nile. Show more
Waldemar Januszczak sets out to correct the misconceptions that have arisen about Rubens. His vast and grandiose canvases seem too much for modern sensibilities. Show more
Vivian White reports on a week spent in the accident and emergency department of the University Hospital of North Tees in Stockton, as the NHS faces unprecedented pressure. Show more
Historian Bettany Hughes explores why Britain became part of the Roman Empire in 43AD and what it was like for the soldiers, women and the children who lived here at this time. Show more
Investigates the science behind 3D printing, elite sport and make-up, and talks to some of the young men and women at the forefront of the new technologies. Show more
A team of young science detectives investigate rot and decay through a series of experiments and activities, assisted by Dr George McGavin. Show more