Born to be Wild
Series in which amateur naturalists explain their passions
Bottom Up: The Chauffeur's Tale
A look at the job of Barbara Cartland's former chauffeur/butler Robert Alderson.
Breaking the Code
Factual drama about Alan Turing, the mathematical genius who cracked the Enigma Code.
Breaking the Mould: The Story of Penicillin
Drama uncovering the forgotten team involved in the development of penicillin.
Brian Eno: Hits, Classics and Tracks
Paul Morley talks about some of Brian Eno's hit tracks, including Heroes and Viva La Vida.
Brides of Dracula
Baron Meinster turns the students of a school for girls into vampires.
Two Americans stumble across a Scottish village that comes to life once every 100 years.
Britain by Bike
Clare Balding embarks on a trip across Britain to rediscover the world of 1950s cycling
Britain Goes Camping
How camping evolved from Edwardian times to the British family pastime it is today.
Britain's Best Drives
Richard Wilson journeys around Britain, following routes raved about in motoring guides
Britain's Park Story
Dan Cruickshank travels the country to reveal the history of Britain's public parks.
British B Movies: Truly, Madly, Cheaply
Matthew Sweet's documentary reappraises over half a century of British B movies.
British Isles: A User's Guide to Natural History
Chris Packham offers hints on how to appreciate natural history
Damon Albarn introduces a 1995 compilation of live studio performances.
Brits Can't Dance
A celebration of the not-so-successful example of Brits hoofing on TV.
Two-part Western mini-series set in 1898 as the cowboy way of life begins to expire.
Bruce Springsteen: The Promise - The Making of Darkness on the Edge of Town
Film exploring the three years it took to make Bruce Springsteen's fourth studio album.
Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music
Conversation in which Robin Denselow talks to Bryan Ferry about his band Roxy Music.
A couple of salesmen running from the law end up accidentally enlisting in the army.
Buddha Collapsed Out of Shame
A six-year-old girl living in Afghanistan wants to go to school to learn some jokes.
Building Africa: Architecture of a Continent
David Adjaye crosses Africa to reveal the continent's architectural history.
Bulgaria's Abandoned Children
Documentary about a social care home in the Bulgarian village of Mogilino.
Bulgaria's Abandoned Children Revisited
An update on the plight of 75 unwanted disabled children in a Bulgarian institution.
Bob Fosse's musical about a lovestruck cabaret singer living in decadent 1930s Berlin.
Lightweight comedy about an unmarried dentist who asks his assistant to pose as his wife.