Alastair Sooke reveals the life story and pervading influence of the surrealist artist, from his origins in turn-of-the-century Spain to his high jinks in 1970s New York. Show more
Jac Naylor is back on Darwin and Ollie is intent on not letting her belittle him any more. Morven gets drawn into an elderly couple's emotional case. Show more
Hospital drama. Bernie is forced to question what she really wants when her future at Holby is put in doubt. A former flame of Ollie's turns up on Darwin. Show more
Alan arrives at a small village primary school in rural Wales, and throwing himself into his new job, he still finds himself overshadowed by his much-loved predecessor, Mr King.
Series looking at the public image of ten world icons. This edition looks at how Adolf Hitler used photography to reinforce his public image and manipulate the media. Show more
A look at the work of the scathing caricaturist Gerald Scarfe, famous for his savage depictions of public figures. Contributors include Michael Portillo and Tracey Emin. Show more
Arthur pulls out all the stops to help a grieving patient and save his friendship with Morven, and Zosia's future on Darwin is threatened under Jac's new regime. Show more
Hospital drama. Ric battles to stay in control when operating on his much-loved old school teacher, while a feisty young patient reminds him of his younger self. Show more
Hospital drama. An exuberant new doctor puts Arthur to the test. Mo is back from Chicago. Dominic is shocked when a visitor from his past turns up. Show more
Hospital drama. Fletch finds himself at breaking point as his family are kicked out on the street. Dominic struggles to deal with his mother. Show more
Jeremy Paxman tells the tragic story of World War One poet Wilfred Owen. At a time of jingoism and wartime propaganda, one Shropshire lad was compelled to tell the truth. Show more
Documentary in which poet Simon Armitage dissects what makes a perfect speech by examining famous speeches that provoked radical change, surprised pundits or shocked listeners. Show more
Everyone remembers the Wise Owl, who kept children safe in those public information films from the 1970s. Especially Ronnie, who has spent his entire life trying to do the right thing. Show more
Series on modern design. A look at the 1980s, the decade of the designer-suited yuppie, the filofax, the Sinclair C5 and Richard Rogers's Lloyd's building. Show more
Rita gets a frosty reception from the ED, while Iain struggles to assert his authority.
Griff Rhys Jones explores the power of verse, dissecting Keats with Simon Armitage, encountering an experimental poem made from beach balls and experiencing a poetry slam. Show more