A divorcee discovers a double murderer's victims. After a chance meeting with the killer she falls in love with him, but their liaison takes a more disturbing turn. Show more
Vintage British comedy starring Peter Sellers. Three criminals break out of prison to carry out a daring jewel robbery and then return to jail to establish the perfect alibi. Show more
Melvyn Bragg reveals archive footage telling the history of modern Britain. A look back to the 1930s when Britain's shipyards were fighting to survive. Show more
Natural history of bird life, narrated by David Attenborough. This programme focuses on the remarkable variety of feeding habits employed by birds. Show more
Fred traces the development of the production of iron and steel, beginning his journey at Ironbridge. Travelling throughout Britain, he concludes his journey in Sheffield, the home of steel.
John Torode sifts through archive cookery clips linked by the letter M, including a mozzarella and chillia salad from Jamie Oliver and a mousakka made by the Hairy Bikers. Show more
A look at television appearances made over the years by legendary Hollywood double act Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire. Show more
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Compilation of songs from the Great American Songbook sung by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in their films. Includes songs written by the Gershwins and Irving Berlin. Show more
A look at what is being done to preserve the South Pacific and its wildlife in the face of fishing fleets and other insidious threats to these bountiful seas. Show more
David Lindo and Alison Steadman reveal some of London's secret wildlife spots, including woodpeckers living by the Westway and lizards lounging in Hanwell. Show more
Nicholas Crane explores the coast of south Wales, where the second highest tidal range in the world has had a huge impact on lives for thousands of years.
Paul Martin and the Flog It! team are valuing antiques and collectibles on Torquay's English Riviera. Paul is joined by experts Philip Serrell and David Fletcher. Show more
Documentary series. The remarkable story of the 1990s and 2000s, when the goods we bought got cheaper, fashion got faster and supermarkets got smarter. Show more
David Attenborough tells the full story of a 20-year study of the meerkat, the longest-running animal behaviour study in the world. Show more
Historian Dominic Sandbrook explores Britain in the 1970s. He looks at sex discrimination laws, football hooliganism and industrial unrest. Show more
Profiling artists and their view of Derry-Londonderry's year as the UK City of Culture. Stephen McCauley catches up with SOAK to review Sons & Daughters and Other Voices. Show more
Drama directed by Stephen Poliakoff. With Britain on the brink of war, the idyllic life of a young girl (Romola Garai) is destabilized when uncovers a secret. Show more
A radioactive mud-like substance terrorises a Scottish village during the 1950s.