Romantic drama. From first flying solo to her fatal last flight, Tonie Carter proves to be an indomitable woman in the man's world of 1930s aviation.
Based on the true story of Elizabeth Kenny, an Australian nurse whose pioneering treatment of infantile paralysis led her into conflict with the medical establishment.
The documentary series taking a comprehensive look at British history. Henry II built a great medieval empire - which was then torn apart by his scheming family. Show more
Julian Richards joins a team excavating a massive stone coffin from a building site in Bristol, which could shed light on the Romans' lifestyle.
Nicholas Crane travels across eight maps that changed the face of Britain. Inspired by a circuit board diagram, Harry Beck designed the now iconic London Underground Map. Show more
Food writer and chef Anjum Anand is on a mission to show how simple it is to cook healthy Indian cuisine. In this episode, Anjum spices up the menu at a luxury hotel and spa. Show more
A retrospective look at television appearances made over the years by Oscar-winning actor David Niven, capturing the milestones and highlights of his life and career. Show more
Romantic comedy about an actress (Maggie McNamara) who is pursued by a womaniser and also suffers the unwanted attentions of his former fiancee's father. Show more
Alice Roberts explores Jersey's remarkable post-war transformation from a Nazi-occupied stronghold to a honeymoon island. Show more
Experts Mark Stacey and Kate Bliss find some gems in St Albans, while presenter Paul Martin visits the cathedral to get to the root of the city's name.
Hazel Irvine introduces continued coverage from the Masters semi-final between last year's finalists Neil Robertson and Shaun Murphy from Alexandra Palace in London.
Antiques competition. There are some tactical shenanigans from rivals Philip Serrell and Catherine Southon, as they travel from Perth to Paisley. Show more
Chris Packham introduces a classic documentary from the BBC's archive, which takes a look at the worst winter of the 20th century in 1963. Show more
Wartime sitcom. The king is coming to Walmington-on-Sea. Captain Mainwaring and the platoons prepare to greet him but things don't quite go according to plan. Show more
Hazel Irvine introduces live coverage of the Masters semi-final from Alexandra Palace. Mark Selby plays Graeme Dott with the first to six frames booking their place in the final.
Powerful drama. In a 1960s New York Catholic school, a stern nun clashes with the charismatic parish priest over his interest in a student. Show more
Hazel Irvine introduces highlights from the afternoon's best-of-11 frame semi-final.