Dr Chris van Tulleken looks into an increase in the number of antidepressants prescribed to teenagers, as well as a rise in prescriptions for cow's milk allergy in babies. Show more
Andrew Graham Dixon finds out how Charles I became Britain's first connoisseur-king and the greatest royal collector in British history.
Art critic Andrew Graham-Dixon finds out that although Queen Victoria is often depicted as the uptight opposite of her louche uncle, for her, art was just as important.
Dr Yasmin Khan reveals stories of passengers coming to Britain from Bombay in the late 40s following Independence, including Anglo-Indians, Sikh and Polish families. Show more
Dr Chris van Tulleken tries to understand why British children are taking three times more medication than they were 40 years ago. Show more
In the final programme of the series, art critic Andrew Graham-Dixon finds out how The Royal Collection reveals fresh insights into HM the Queen Mother's love of art.
Art critic Andrew Graham-Dixon finds out how royal collecting has changed since the days of Queen Victoria.
The pupils and teachers arrive in their final time-travelling decade, the 1990s, ready to embrace girl power, Brit pop, Oasis and Blur, Mr Blobby and the Gladiators. Show more
In the fifth episode Andrew has reached the age of the Romantics - the flamboyant George IV who created so much of the visual look of the modern monarchy. Show more
Episode 1: Dangerous Magic
Andrew Graham-Dixon shows how Henry VIII and Charles I, the two great founders of the Royal Collection, projected their power and magnificence through art. Show more
Episode 3: Palaces and Pleasuredomes
Andrew Graham-Dixon explores the spectacular, extravagant collecting of George IV and the shared artistic passions of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Show more
Episode 4: Modern Times
Andrew Graham-Dixon reveals how women, both queens and consorts, made their mark on the Collection and used art to steady the ship of monarchy through an uncertain age. Show more
In a major eight-part series, Andrew Graham-Dixon explores the history of the British Royal Collection, the collection of art and decorative objects owned by Queen Elizabeth II.