A look back at the highlights of the series, including the memorable first day at baton camp, right through to Sue Perkins' performance in Hyde Park at the Last Night of the Proms. Show more
Panel quiz where the aim is to be interesting. Stephen Fry follows the flock for a look at fashion with Clive Anderson, Rich Hall, Reginald D Hunter and Alan Davies.
Andrew Neil and Anita Anand are joined by barrister and broadcaster Clive Anderson. Plus, how likely is military intervention in Libya? Show more
Jane Asher, David Soul, Goldie, Alex James, Katie Derham, Peter Snow, Sue Perkins and Bradley Walsh compete to conduct an Proms orchestra. They begin at a training camp. Show more
Famous amateurs who love classical music battle for the chance to conduct the BBC Concert Orchestra as Clive Anderson hosts the second round of the contest. Show more
Clive Anderson with the second challenge as six amateur conductors compete. The challenge is choral music conducting the BBC Concert Orchestra and BBC Symphony Chorus. Show more
Clive Anderson hosts as the five famous amateurs step up to the podium to conduct a programme of popular operatic arias, sung by soloists Alfie Boe and Rebecca Evans. Show more
Clive Anderson presents the climax of the series as the winning student performs at Proms in the Park on the Last Night of the Proms. Show more
Clive Anderson presents the live grand final as the three remaining student conductors attempt to master a concerto with world renowned soloists. Show more
Clive Anderson guides us through the history of live TV, pointing out all the things that go wrong when the programme-makers have no second chance.
Clive Anderson charts the history of television's relationship with politics via the things that can and will go wrong.
Clive Anderson guides us through the history of television's talent shows. Where did they come from? How have they evolved? And why do we so frequently end up laughing at them?