From crofters, mountains and midges to hunting, whisky and the Highland Games, newsreel archive gems and documentary collections create a portrait of the region and its people. Show more
A record of Britain and its people as seen through the lens of film-maker Harold Baim. Extracts from Baim's archive from the 1940s to 1980s reveal a world that has gone forever. Show more
From shipping, sherry and tobacco to Brunel, bridges and the blitz, this programme explores the visual archives that document the history of Bristol. Show more
From Ghana to Australia, Malta to Bangladesh, Canada, India and beyond, film-makers have captured the rich diversity of the Commonwealth. This edition looks at the home. Show more
Bench presses, barbells, rowing machines and electric shock mittens - just some of the tortures revealed by Mark Benton in this funny look at the British way of keeping fit.
A look at how suburban London has been captured on film over time - a confusing world of tidy semis, old villages and sprawling estates, of commuters, hidden lives and conflict. Show more
Using a mix of archive material, this film captures the intensity of life in London's East End, from the docks and the rag trade to market traders, migrants and wartime upheavals. Show more
From Trinidad to Australia, Kenya to Barbados, Canada, India and beyond, film-makers have captured the rich diversity of the Commonwealth. This edition looks at childhood. Show more
From Trinidad to Australia, Kenya to Barbados, Canada, India and beyond, film-makers capture the rich diversity of the Commonwealth and the work that people do. Show more
Documentary looking at what happened to Clara Bow, a cinema sensation who became one of the greatest stars of the silent screen but who retired at 28 amid scandal and ill health. Show more
From early Victorian filmmakers to the news cameras of today, this film uses moving images from almost every decade in between to tell the story of a fascinating seaside town. Show more
From India to Jamaica, Nigeria to Hong Kong and beyond, over the decades film-makers have captured the rich diversity of the Commonwealth. This edition looks at free time.
In the 1950s and 60s Arthur Haynes was ITV's highest paid comic, as popular as Tony Hancock. Paul Merton and Nicholas Parsons rediscover the genius of this forgotten comedy great. Show more
Hugh Dennis reveals a host of artists from the animal kingdom who found fame on TV and on screen, including Flipper, Skippy, Lassie, Beauty, Hammy and Clarence the Cross-Eyed Lion. Show more