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World News Today
The latest news and business developments
Top of the Pops
Long-running music chart show featuring videos and performances
Beyond 100 Days
News reports on the events that are shaping our world.
Series showcasing the best in international documentaries
Quiz show in which connections must be made between apparently unconnected things.
Wildlife series. In-depth stories of incredible animals with award-winning photography.
The arts series edited and presented by Alan Yentob.
Documentary series which ranges widely over Britain's social and cultural history.
The Sky at Night
Your monthly journey through the fascinating world of space and astronomy.
Arena is the BBC's multi award-winning arts strand
Swedish drama series
Crime drama mystery series about startling crimes committed by ordinary people
Royal Institution Christmas Lectures
Series of lectures presenting scientific subjects to a general audience
Series looking at the creation of some classic rock albums
Comedy series about two metal-detecting enthusiasts.
Guitar, Drum and Bass
An exploration of the contribution of key instruments to modern popular music.
The Many Faces of...
Actors look back at their career, with testimony from friends and colleagues.
A Timewatch Guide
Series looking at how the BBC has revealed and interpreted great moments in our history.
The Wonder of Animals
Chris Packham discovers the unique features that make certain animal groups successful.
Sir Roger Penrose takes us on a personal journey through artist MC Escher
Radio 2 In Concert
Exclusive performances, backstage gossip, gig news, interviews and session archives
Reel History of Britain
Melvyn Bragg looks back to the 1950s and the heyday of the British seaside holiday.
A sailing party's encounter with a fishing boat has dire consequences.
Pop Go the Sixties
Colourful nuggets of pop mined from the BBC
Series in which Steve Backshall looks at some of the world
Bros: After the Screaming Stops
A raw and emotional look at the aftermath of fame.
Mark Kermode's Secrets of Cinema
Mark Kermode reveals the film-making tricks and techniques behind classic movie genres.
An Art Lovers' Guide
Janina Ramirez and Alastair Sooke take us on three cultural city breaks.
How We Built Britain
David Dimbleby discovers the buildings that have made the nation what it is
James May: The Reassembler
James May explores the intricacies of various objects by putting them back together again.
Gods and Monsters: Homer's Odyssey
Poet Simon Armitage follows in the footsteps of one of his personal heroes, Odysseus.
Icelandic crime drama featuring Chief of Police Andri.
Handmade on the Silk Road
In China, a weaver uses a combination of handmade techniques and mechanised looms.
A Blackpool Big Band Boogie: Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra
Jools Holland and his band celebrate big band music from the 1930s to the 1950s.
The decadent age of Casanova, when Venice was the red-light district of Europe.
Vic & Bob's Big Night Out
Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer provide songs, sketches and silliness in buckets.
Don McCullin: Looking for England
Following photographer Don McCullin, 83, on a journey in search of his nation.
The Sound of Movie Musicals with Neil Brand
Three-part series on the movie musical - from Hollywood to China and the USSR.
Sinatra: All or Nothing at All
An examination of the life, music and career of the legendary entertainer.
Handmade: By Royal Appointment
A day in the life of shoemakers John Lobb, a company still run by the original family.
Wonders of Life
Professor Brian Cox asks what is life and how did it begin?
Britain and the Sea
David Dimbleby tells the story of an array of adventurers, explorers and smugglers.
Genius of the Modern World
Black Nurses: The Women Who Saved the NHS
How Caribbean and African women came to the UK to save the then ailing health service.
Popular Voices at the BBC
Gregory Porter introduces a selection of performances by popular singers on BBC shows.
A Day in the Life of Earth
Hannah Fry reveals how much the Earth can change in a single day.
Byzantium: A Tale of Three Cities
Series in which historian Simon Sebag Montefiore traces the sacred history of Istanbul.
Castles: Britain's Fortified History
How castle ruins took on a unique appeal, embodying a nostalgia for an age of chivalry.
Britain's Outlaws: Highwaymen, Pirates and Rogues
Though romanticised in literature, the highwayman became a social menace on the roads.
How Earth Made Us
Professor Iain Stewart shows how control over water has been central to human existence.
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