Helen Mark presents highlights of the programme celebrating Ulster-Scots culture. With the story of the spud and the words and world of Antrim's Alexander Irvine. Plus music. Show more
A shocking discovery by two unarmed police officers brings a bomb disposal unity to a leafy suburb of Merseyside.
In Humberside, firefighters are shocked when they are attacked by the residents of a burning house as they try to put out the fire.
Celebration of the culture, history and lives of the Ulster-Scots with Helen Mark. Time has run out for Tim McGarry, who performs his stand-up routine. Show more
Adam Rutherford tells the story of 16th-century anatomist Andreas Vesalius, who produced the first complete account of the human body and how to dissect it. Show more
A surge in coughing attacks on police officers during the Covid-19 pandemic brings fresh dangers for emergency service workers. Show more
Kent Police officers risk their lives to rescue an individual trapped on a cliff face. West Midlands Police track down a man in possession of a gun.
In Taunton, a PCSO is attacked with a pair of scissors trying to apprehend a known prolific offender. Police and paramedics explain the power of bodyworn video.
A special episode exploring what it takes to police Britain’s roads. A Metropolitan Police officer leads an operation to tackle moped-enabled crime. Show more
A special episode looking at knife crime in the UK, featuring a dedicated task force in Essex and a groundbreaking education scheme led by West Midlands Police. Show more
Colin Murphy and Jake O'Kane head to Donegal to discover why it is a regular holiday destination for people north of the border. Show more
Following three families with weight issues. The families realise that good interpersonal relationships are as important as nutrition and fitness for a happy and healthy future. Show more
Following a former grocer from Strabane and an ex-teacher from Castlerock as they trace their family roots to the highest political office in the United States. Show more
Adam Rutherford travels to Holland to find out what it was that drew Rembrandt to anatomy and why dissecting bodies was thought a suitable subject for high art. Show more
A rural village becomes the scene of a violent gun fight when a firearms team is confronted by an armed man, and Welsh paramedics are victims of a terrifying attack in Bridgend. Show more
Two police officers face potentially life-changing injuries. One may lose his sight after being shot, the other was run over by a criminal driver.
A West Midlands police officer returns to work after an assault, only to be attacked again just weeks later. Show more
Three former bomb disposal officers who served during the Troubles return to Northern Ireland after thirty years to review the defining moments of their careers. Show more
Police officers are doused in petrol and threatened with being set alight, and an officer trying to catch a suspected drug dealer falls on to a live railway line. Show more
Documentary series. Helen Mark takes to the road in a monthly celebration of the culture of the Ulster-Scots. In this programme, Helen is at the Skainos Centre in Belfast. Show more