Richard Macer visits three different museums struggling to connect with a modern audience
Brazilian drama about a feud between rival families escalating into tit-for-tat killings.
Andrew Smith journeys across America to find out more about the reclusive Neil Armstrong.
Series of wry and touching monologues by playwright and humorist Alan Bennett
Novelist Dame Beryl Bainbridge makes a record of her life, convinced she is about to die.
Including Simon Boccanegra, Don Quixote, Moses and Aaron, Othello and Rigoletto.
Highlights of Johnny Cash's prime-time show for American TV from the early 1970s
Child psychologist Laverne Antrobus goes on a quest to discover why dads are so important.
Restored version of Tony Palmer's film about Leonard Cohen's 1972 European tour.
Series looking at the different birds that live in the UK
An insight into the National Theatre of Scotland's Black Watch, a play about the Iraq war.
The story of a remarkable British holiday resort told using moving images from the past.
A nurse goes to work for a lesbian gynaecologist who performs abortions at night.
A girl blames it on Castro when her parents become radical communists in 1970s France.
Andrew Davies' adaptation of the classic Charles Dickens tale.
Documentary series looking at the brutal, bloody and dangerous history of surgery.
A celebrity photographer realises that he may inadvertently have photographed a murder.
A junior doctor treats a young man diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder.
Collection of performances by British and American blues artists from the BBC archives.
How blues music travelled from southern USA to the heart of British pop and rock culture.
With BB King, Bo Diddley, Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton, Seasick Steve, ZZ Top and many more.
A legendary 1977 concert from the Rainbow Theatre in London.
Documentary about the life and music of gospel, jazz and blues singer Bobby 'Blue' Bland.
The story of the Indian city's suburban rail network
Richard Hammond investigates the art of writing children's fiction.