The teenage search for sophistication is recalled in this bittersweet film about the people we were and the luxury items we thought would give us the keys to the kingdom.
A tribute to John Sullivan who died in April 2011, creator of Only Fools and Horses, Citizen Smith, Just Good Friends and many more.
After 53 years Television Centre, the BBC's TV headquarters, is closing its doors and Michael Grade gathers together many of its best-loved faces to stroll down memory lane. Show more
Bruce Forsyth heads to Las Vegas, the 'Entertainment Capital of the World', in search of the stories behind such legendary entertainers as the Rat Pack, Elvis and many more. Show more
Eddie Izzard is among those paying tribute to a comic genius, a man who blasted his way through six decades of comedy with his unique brand of surreal, classless humour. Show more
Cliff Richard, Bruce Forsyth, Michael Crawford and Andrew Lloyd Webber celebrate the 100th birthday of the world's most famous theatre. Show more
Stars and programme-makers look back at landmark series from BBC Two, including Arena, Fawlty Towers, Life on Earth, Boys from the Blackstuff, DEF II, Newsnight and The Late Show. Show more
Lorraine Stanley, Jessica Plummer and Toby-Alexander Smith join Stacey Dooley to talk all things Karen, Chantelle and Gray.
A tour of the United Kingdom. This episode focuses on the East End of London and goes on a trip around famous markets, historic pubs and some notorious London streets. Show more
A tour of the United Kingdom. This episode goes to Blackpool, taking in beautiful beaches, fun-packed piers and the top of the iconic Blackpool Tower. Show more
A look back at 2018's Sport Relief. Reliving some of the best bits, finding out where the money's been spent and celebrating some incredible fundraisers.
Stacey Dooley is joined by Letitia Dean and Kellie Bright to look back at 35 years of iconic Queen Vic landladies. Show more
Rick Wakeman, Rowland Rivron and Pete Murray are among those telling the story of the secretary-turned-pianist who shared a manager with the Stones and a studio with the Beatles. Show more
Penelope Keith uncovers the secrets behind some of the BBC's greatest artists and programmes as she delves into the corporation's written archives.
Using a mix of archive material, this film paints a colourful and surprising portrait of London's beating heart, the West End, from showbusiness and shops to riots and sleaze. Show more
Penelope Keith looks into the BBC's secret dealings with some of the 20th century's most intriguing figures, including Winston Churchill, Tony Hancock and Alec Guinness.
Candid portrait of actor John Le Mesurier, from his turbulent marriage to Hattie Jacques to his life-changing role as Sergeant Wilson in Dad's Army. Show more
As he prepares to grace the Strictly ballroom for the final time, Len Goodman looks back over a dozen years beneath the glitter ball. Show more
Documentary in which Michael Grade sets out to discover whether jokes come and go with the passing of time or whether we are still laughing at the same things our ancestors did. Show more
What happened to the variety stars once the theatres closed and the cameras beckoned? Michael Grade tells the ups and downs of the variety stars on television.