Documentary series about Britain's railways. This edition charts how, in the 1800s, the trains gradually acted as a great catalyst in mixing the classes. Show more
Food writer Meera Sodha tells the story of the 1972 refugee crisis when thousands of Asian people arrived in Britain after being expelled from
Uganda by dictator Idi Amin. Show more
Property series. It's a big budget day, but can Simon O'Brien and Jonny Benarr rise to the challenge in Minehead?
Angela Moran, whose grandparents were amongst thousands of Irish to move to the second city in the 1950s, tells the story of the Birmingham Irish through memories of local people and archive footage. Show more
Nikki Bedi and Ed Hall head to Cannock Chase to find the perfect home for a young couple hoping to start a family.
Series that gives buyers the chance to test-drive a property. Jonny Benarr and Ed Hall hunt for a Peak District home for a mother and son who have already viewed 100 properties. Show more
Could Birmingham really have been the inspiration for Middle Earth? Qasa Alom sets out to find out.
Therapist Rachel Nguyen tells the story of the Vietnamese Boat People who came to Britain in the 70s and 80s. Show more
Property series. It's all gone to the dogs as Jonnie Irwin and Ed Hall seek a dream home for some canine loving house hunters.
Following six amateur actors as they join the Royal Shakespeare Company in performing A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Barbican. Narrated by Sam West. Show more
Following six amateur actors as they go on stage with the Royal Shakespeare Company, in their current production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. Show more
Mary-Ann Ochota discovers more about the boat that helped build Victorian London and played an important part at Dunkirk - the Thames barge. Show more
Mary-Ann Ochota discovers how the rowing eight - the fastest rowing boat in the world - can trace its origins to Thames river taxis in the 1600s. Show more
Mary-Ann Ochota finds out about the coracle, an ancient boat that can be made from twigs and a bed sheet, yet which has saved lives in desperate times. Show more
Mary-Ann Ochota discovers how sailing on the Mersey, which began with fishermen racing each other, led to the formation of numerous sailing clubs. Show more
Mary-Ann Ochota explores the story of the working narrow boat, discovering how it helped power the Industrial Revolution. Show more
Mary-Ann Ochota explores the story of the punt, a boat that helped Bronze Age people survive in tough environments and went on to become an Edwardian leisure craze. Show more
Documentary following a pioneering attempt to turn strangers into friends, led by a woman whose family has suffered from anti-Muslim violence. Show more
A look at how some police forces across the UK are rolling out a variety of initiatives aimed at improving the way they serve the deaf and hard of hearing public. Show more