Short films aimed at Key Stage 2 children. Raksha Dave brings prehistory alive and shows how the ancient people of Britain shaped how we live now. Show more
The BBC Philharmonic Orchestra perform Fingal's Cave written by Mendelssohn, and Petruschka written by Stravinsky.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a semi-detached property in Yorkshire with some hidden features, a Grade II listed building in Weymouth and a plot of land in Derbyshire. Show more
Consumer series with Dominic Littlewood. Dom meets a couple from Barnsley who were sold solar panels after being told they'd make £2,000 a year. Show more
It is medals day at the Royal Horticultural Society's Chelsea Flower Show. Nicki Chapman and James Wong join the RHS at the crack of dawn to discover who has won what. Show more
Cherry Healey investigates current supermarket practices and shopping habits, asking if we really are seeing a once-in-a-generation change in the way we buy our groceries. Show more
Series following tradesmen and looking at cowboy contractors. Tommy Walsh meets a family who can't even get out of their own kitchen door thanks to a cowboy builder. Show more
Original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news. Victoria Derbyshire speaks to a survivor of the Stepping Hill Hospital poisoner, Victorino Chua.
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Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli explore Italy. The final leg of their journey takes them to Piedmont, land of luxuriant forests and tall mountains. Show more
Chris and Mary Beth become obsessed with the unsolved murder of an old woman.
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 G. Show more
Monty Don takes a tour around Italy's gardens. He begins his journey in Rome, power base of emperors and popes, to explore some of the most extravagant gardens ever created. Show more
Series about orphaned baby elephants at the David Shelrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya. Michaela and the six orphaned elephants from Nairobi arrive at Ithumba, the new release site. Show more
Classic sitcom set in a department store. The staff come up with an unusual way of marking the birthday of young Mr Grace. Show more
Classic sitcom. Gruber has finished the paintings, but where can they be hidden? As always, the answer lies in the sausages.
Bittersweet sitcom. Ex-fiances Penny and Vince meet unexpectedly in Paris after two years. Will that certain something still be there?
Fiona Bruce and the team visit a packed Leeds Town Hall.
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.
John Craven hosts the quiz in which a team must navigate puzzles and logic problems to win money. A mother, son, aunt and family friend see if they can Beat the Brain. Show more
On the fourth day of the BBC's coverage, Monty Don and Joe Swift are in the Great Pavilion and Penelope Keith joins them to share her thoughts on 40 years of The Good Life. Show more
Musical comedy. In 1937, a widow buys a derelict West End theatre and hires an impresario to run it, but her idea of using on-stage nudity to attract audiences causes problems. Show more
Michael Portillo unearths documents from the National Archives revealing why Britain didn't boycott Hitler's Olympics and a royal proclamation to ban football. Show more
Writer Will Millard explores the formerly nomadic Bajau spear fishermen of Indonesia. How do people who have wandered the ocean adjust to life in a fixed place? Show more
David Starkey looks at the origins of Magna Carta, the document that has underpinned British liberties since it was created in 1215 to check the abuses of King John. Show more
Prof Danielle George shows how technology from around the home can be hacked to do amazing things in these highlights from the 2014 Royal Institution Christmas Lectures. Show more