An adventure inside some of the most exciting paintings held in British collections today. Looking at Henri Rousseau, LS Lowry, Andy Warhol, Paula Rego and Joseph Wright of Derby. Show more
An adventure inside some of the most exciting paintings held in British collections. Looking at Wassily Kandinsky, Jan van Eyck, Eileen Agar, Yinka Shonibare and Vincent van Gogh. Show more
A herd of elephants moves across the land in search of water.
Property redevelopment series. Lucy Alexander is in Deal in Kent, looking round a flat moments from the water. Meanwhile, Martin Roberts looks round houses in Crewe and Derby. Show more
Consumer series with Dominic Littlewood. Dom comes to the aid of a couple whose home has been repeatedly flooded with raw sewage and a man takes on an insurance company. Show more
Series looking at benefit fraud. Fraud investigators at Brent have got one woman firmly in their sights after uncovering a carousel of fraudulent benefit claims. Show more
Series in which families try out life overseas. Neil dreams of a new life in Australia for himself and partner Christopher. But will the reality match his expectations? Show more
Gardeners try to save Britain's horticultural heritage. Charlie Dimmock praises ponds and Chris Beardshaw campaigns for the return of the stumpery. Show more
Michael Portillo's journey continues in a military vein, as he views the Duke of Wellington's funeral carriage and visits the army camp at Aldershot. Show more
Zeinab Badawi speaks to the late Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia's first president. What did 50 years of freedom bring the people of Zambia? Show more
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn is joined by the Green Party Leader, Natalie Bennett to look at the Royal Mail sell off, the government's green policies and other political news, interviews and debate. Show more
Highlights and analysis of the latest round of matches in the Super League. Including St Helens v Leeds Rhinos, Huddersfield v Warrington, Wigan v Catalan and Castleford v London. Show more
Antiques series. Lorne Spicer and John Cameron are charged with helping jet-setting Jennie Gundelfinger to raise £500 at auction with a sale of family heirlooms. Show more
A late lawyer's exploitation of his fellow Cambodian immigrants could be the main motive for his killing.
Michael Palin concludes his Himalayan trek by travelling from Bhutan through Bangladesh before finishing on a fishing boat in the Bay of Bengal. Show more
Wartime sitcom. Rene and the cafe staff prepare to welcome the invading British troops, and soon find that the invasion party includes a couple of old friends. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team set up for business in the grounds of Kedleston Hall. Amongst the discoveries are a rare mill clock and a collection of toasters. Show more
Quiz hosted by Jeremy Vine. Five brave contestants attempt to win thousands of pounds by taking on infamous Egghead CJ de Mooi.
Behind the scenes of The Voice UK. Zoe Ball is joined on the sofa by superstar coach will.i.am and his finalist to talk about the series and what to expect from the finale. Show more
Amateur sewers test their sewing and dressmaking skills. The four remaining sewers face three challenges - none of which permit a pattern for guidance. Show more
Series exploring topical scientific issues. Professor Uta Frith shows how another kind of reality exists for people with autism and if many of us could be a little bit autistic. Show more
Sarah Millican talks medical shows and fantasy series with some of the stars of Game of Thrones and Dr Christian Jessen from the Embarrassing Bodies TV show. Show more
The roles played by cousins Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany and King George V of England in the desperate, frantic summer of 1914. Show more
Made especially for schools, this version of the BBC Four Arena programme examines the history and purpose of the National Theatre as it celebrates its 50th anniversary. Show more
The BBC Philharmonic Orchestra performs Danse Macabre by Saint-Saens and The Chairman Dances by John Adams.
Lizard Girl is the story of a ten-year-old girl with Asperger's syndrome, who overcomes her struggle to make friends through the kindness of another child. Show more