Sandi Toksvig discuss animals which start with an R with Tom Allen, Ed Gamble, Maggie Aderin-Pocock and Alan Davies.
Rob Brydon hosts the comedy panel show. Joining team captains David Mitchell and Lee Mack are Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock, Phil Wang, Jason Watkins and Adam Woodyatt. Show more
How our drive to explain the bizarre phenomena of UFOs, and desire to discover little green men, has transformed our understanding of the universe. Show more
The team have been granted rare access to the Vatican and its observatory, the Specola Vaticana, where they explore its rich history and contemporary cutting-edge science. Show more
From a view of the surface of Mars to live pictures of the sun, a look at the five greatest images captured by spacecraft. Show more
Celebrating one of the most profound, moving and enjoyable activities there is - the ancient art of looking up, studying and marvelling at the night sky. Show more
Exploring the world of transient phenomena, including the event that created the recently-detected gravitational wave, the collision of two neutron stars. Show more
The Rosetta mission to comet 67P was the first time a spacecraft landed on a comet's surface. What has this icy body taught us about the dawn of the solar system and the origins of life on earth?
A one-hour special in which The Sky at Night team face a live studio audience to answer their questions about the mysteries and wonders of the universe.
The team investigates the search for Planet 9, after two American astronomers claimed they had found evidence for a ninth planet in our solar system. Show more
The team investigates the first ever object to visit our solar system from outer space - 'Oumuamua. Its discovery set off a hurricane of press speculation. Show more
The team explore stargazing in the daytime, show how seasons change on other planets across the solar system and examine what makes the sun special. Show more
Are we alone? Geneticist Dr Adam Rutherford seeks to define what life is and Maggie Aderin-Pocock explores our chances of finding it in the universe. Show more
The team is at mission control as the Rosetta probe catches up with the comet it has been chasing across the solar system and prepares to send out a lander. Show more
The Sky at Night investigates how Mercury probe BepiColombo was built, how it will get to Mercury and what it hopes to discover. Show more
The team looks at the dynamic nature of the universe, winding its timeline backwards and forwards to reveal how the night sky changes over time. Show more
The story of NASA's visit to Pluto, the first time a probe has visited the dwarf planet. With expert insight into the latest images from the New Horizons probe. Show more
The Sky at Night team look at cosmic explosions, including those of our sun and the most violent and energetic events in the universe, gamma ray bursts. Show more
Investigating the techniques that are revealing so much about planets outside our solar system. Are we really any closer to finding another world like our own? Show more
The revamped team look at Jupiter's coloured bands and iconic 'eye', visible manifestations of a violent atmosphere that causes extraordinary weather. Show more