BBC Four

  • Churches: How to Read Them

    Richard Taylor examines the imagery, symbols and architecture of English parish churches

  • Cilla

    Vintage variety series hosted by Cilla Black

  • Citizen Smith

    Publisher Michael Smith scours England in search of a modern definition of nationality.

  • City Scapes

    Series about the development of cities around the world

  • Classic Britannia

    The story of British classical music life from after World War Two to the present day

  • Comics Britannia

    Armando Iannucci presents a series which explores the history of British comics.

  • Cowards

    Sketch show offering a unique comic slant on human frailties

  • Crisis at the Castle

    Series about aristocratic families trying to save their homes

  • D-Day Remembered

    Veterans and experts on history, politics and the arts look at the legacy of D-Day

  • Dan Snow's Norman Walks

    Dan Snow sets off to see what the British landscape can teach us about the Normans

  • Dance Britannia

    Three-part documentary series telling the history of British dancing in the 20th century.

  • Dear Diary

    A series which asks what we get from reading, and writing, diaries

  • Dear Television

    Letters cataloguing the preoccupations of television viewers over the last five decades.

  • Designing the Decades

    Series celebrating 40 years of great British designs and the social times they mirror

  • Diary Days

    Great days in 20th century history as seen through the eyes of different diarists.

  • Diary of a Nobody

    Adaptation of George and Weedon Grossmith's novel about 'little man' Charles Pooter

  • Dinner with Portillo

    A series of dinner parties with a cross-section of guests in conversation.

  • Doctors to Be: 20 Years On

    Update on the 1980s series about a group of doctors just starting out on their careers.

  • Dusty

    Dusty Springfield hosts a 1960s variety show series

  • Early Music

    Performances of the music of the medieval, renaissance and baroque periods.

  • Fanny Hill

    Two-part adaptation of John Cleland's infamous, classic 18th-century novel.

  • Fat Man in a White Hat

    Writer Bill Buford works in kitchens to see if French food is all it's cracked up to be.

  • Favourite Things

    Celebrities discuss their passions

  • Feasts

    Food writer Stefan Gates immerses himself in extraordinary feasts and festivals

  • Folk Britannia

    Series celebrating the traditional folk music of the British Isles.

  • Forty Minutes On

    Series which revisits and updates stories from the documentary strand Forty Minutes

  • Fossil Detectives

    A team of fossil experts and geologists search Britain for fossil treasures and mysteries.

  • Francesco's Venice

    Documentary series telling the story of the birth of Venice.