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BBC Programme History

  • - 05/06/2011
    Spencer Leigh delves into the BBC's archives to reflect popular culture over the years.
  • - 05/06/2011
    The stories of Leicestershire and Rutland's past.
  • - 12/06/2011
    The stories of Leicestershire and Rutland's past.
  • - 12/06/2011
    Spencer Leigh delves into the BBC's archives to reflect popular culture over the years.
  • - 29/05/2011
    Spencer Leigh delves into the BBC's archives to reflect popular culture over the years.
  • - 29/05/2011
    The stories of Leicestershire and Rutland's past.
  • - A Confusion of Names
    How the work of Carl Linnaeus, Phillip Miller and John Ray created the science of botany.
  • - Ambushed
    The story behind 3 Platoon, 1 Royal Anglian's 2007 tour of duty in Helmand, Afghanistan.
  • - Because There Was Coal in the Earth
    Vincent Kane presents the classic serial on the history of coal in the Rhondda.
  • - Episode 1
    King Charles II raps about his party lifestyle, and Helen of Troy reveals her love life.
  • - Hidden World
    How pioneer botanists opened the door to a new branch of science - plant genetics.
  • - Homo Erectus
    Homo sapiens and Homo erectus meet for the first time following a super-volcanic eruption.
  • - Our War: Caught in the Crossfire
    The 2nd Battalion Princess of Wales regiment comes to terms with new rules of fighting.
  • - Part 1
    A look at the project to recreate tapestries depicting the Spanish Armada in 1588.
  • - Photosynthesis
    How botanists made the connection between a plant's growth and the energy from the sun.
  • - Series 2
    Professor Sue Black OBE and her team use forensic science to shed light on the past.
  • - Series 2 - The Bodies in the Well
    The team try to identify the remains of 17 people discovered in a Medieval well in Norwich
  • - The Invisible Enemy
    How a Grenadier Guardsman's death made the public more aware of the human cost of IEDs.
  • 01/04/2007
    Falklands Task Force reporter Brian Hanrahan introduces a history of the Falklands War.
  • 01/04/2007
    Historic emergency debate in the House of Commons after the invasion of the Falklands.