This year's Musicals Special features incredible routines from some of the best-loved musicals of all time. Plus, a Cabaret-inspired routine from our professional dancers. Show more
Actors Robert Daws and Mark Curry go antique hunting in Lancashire, where they find a real-life Sherlock Holmes and join a drag queen cabaret. Antiquers Roo and Izzie offer expert advice. Show more
Documentary with exclusive access to pop star, actor and first-time mum Paloma Faith as she navigates a world tour in the cut-throat world of the music industry. Show more
Unlike any other host before or since, Ruby was revolutionary in meeting more female guests than male. This episode looks back at these revealing, entertaining and unguarded meetings. Show more
Michael Palin explores former Iron Curtain countries. He travels through Poland, from Gdansk on the Baltic to the Slovakian border south of the Tatra Mountains. Show more
British comedy starring Chiwetel Ejiofor. A man inherits his family's shoe factory. Things look bleak until he meets a cabaret singer who introduces him to a niche market. Show more
The Arderns go back in time to run a corner shop through the 80s and 90s. Selling everything from Ice Magic to lottery tickets, they learn how life behind the counter reflects two decades of change. Show more
Michael Portillo embarks on a rail journey through Germany. In a vast stadium, Michael hears how new rail lines were constructed to transport crowds of spectators to the Nazi Olympic Games of 1936. Show more
Highlights from 2011 at Worthy Farm, including stage performances, acoustic sessions, cabaret and action from the biggest performing arts festival in the world.
While organising the annual AIDS cabaret at the hospital, Pray Tell's own health takes a turn for the worst. Show more
Comedian Ed Byrne explores whether he has any traits that are worth passing on to his children and Hear Word brings together ten of Nigeria’s biggest stars in a frank and funny show. Show more
Fosse is too nervous to attend the premiere of Cabaret and is woken the next morning by his friend Paddy with the reviews. Gwen is struggling with her first straight play, Children, Children. Show more
As Fosse struggles with the editing of the film Cabaret, he has also taken on the direction of a new musical Pippin. Gwen is thrilled to be offered her first straight Broadway play. Show more
Gwen is in Majorca with Joan to reflect on her relationship with Bob, who she has caught being unfaithful. She reflects on how she met Fosse during the show Damn Yankees when he asked to audition her. Show more
Exploring the partnership of Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon, beginning in 1966 with Fosse directing the film Sweet Charity, starring Shirley MacLaine in the role made famous by Bob's wife Gwen on Broadway.
Find out what happened when Lord Sugar tasked ten celebrity candidates with organising and hosting a cabaret event to raise money for Red Nose Day. Show more
Lord Sugar puts ten celebrity candidates through their paces to raise as much money as possible for Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day.
Jools sees in 2019 with Michael Buble, Jess Glynne, Nile Rodgers, George Ezra, Marc Almond, Rudimental, Yola Carter, and the Pipes and Drums of the 1st Battalion Scots Guards. Show more
Comedy based on the hit Edinburgh Fringe show of the same name. It is an exploration of politics under the guise of a girls' night out. Show more
Bob Fosse's musical set in 1930s Berlin. Cabaret singer Sally Bowles is lovestruck by a naive young Englishman amid the city's louche cafe society. Show more