Alistair Cooke: Postcards from America
An archive look at 50 years of Alistair Cooke's Radio Four programme, Letter from America.
All About Abigail's Party
Documentary telling the story behind one of our best-loved plays.
All About Thunderbirds
Documentary telling the story of enduring 1960s children's animated marionette show.
All Creatures Great and Small
Popular drama series about a Yorkshire veterinary practice in the 30s.
All in a Day: The City
Documentary looking at a series of everyday events in Sheffield on 5th September 1973.
All Our Working Lives
Films in which the story of British industries are told using archive and interviews
All the Young Dudes: Pop and Fashion
Paul Morley revisits his adventures in fashion and meets the pop stars who influenced him.
Amazing Gracie: The Gracie Fields Story
Documentary about the much-loved British singer and comic actress Gracie Fields.
Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who
Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey record The Who's first new music in more than 20 years.
An Awfully Big Adventure
Series about the lives and work of six great figures in children's literature
An Islamic History of Europe
Rageh Omaar visits Spain, Sicily and France to discover the history of Islam in Europe
Andre Previn: All the Right Notes
Profile of the celebrated pianist, conductor and composer Andre Previn.
A woman who has attempted suicide develops an obsession with her physiotherapist.
Anne Frank Remembered
Film about the girl whose diary records two years in hiding in Amsterdam during WWII.
Apocalypse Now...and Then
A look at the West's enduring obsession with the end of the world.
Documentary following the reunion in Arizona of ten of the wives of Apollo astronauts.
Are We Having Fun Yet?
Series examining how much Britain changed between 1997 and 2007
How Aristotle's fieldwork on the island of Lesvos helped found the science of biology.
David Reynolds takes a fresh look at the events that brought about the armistice of 1918.
Around the World by Zeppelin
Documenting the Graf Zeppelin airship's circumnavigation of the globe in 1929.
Art Deco Icons
Architectural historian David Heathcote explores the best examples of Art Deco in Britain
Art of Arts TV
The contribution that arts programmimg has made to our national broadcasting culture.
Art of Eternity
Andrew Graham-Dixon unravels the mysteries of the art of the pre-perspective era
Art of the Sea
Writer and poet Owen Sheers explores British art and literature inspired by the high seas
Artie Shaw: Quest for Perfection
Russell Davies looks at the life and music of composer and clarinettist Artie Shaw.