Shows from BBC
In the last of the series, Richard Miles examines the rise and fall of the Roman Empire.
Archaeologist and historian Richard Miles examines the phenomenon of the Roman Republic.
Richard Miles traces the battle-scarred career of Alexander the Great.
Richard Miles explores the power and the paradox of the 'Greek Thing'.
Richard Miles looks at the winners, losers and survivors of the great Bronze Age collapse.
Richard Miles traces the roots of civilisation in Iraq, Syria, Egypt, Anatolia and Greece.
Brian Cox reveals how whisky has shaped Scotland's hard-drinking reputation.
How smoking kick-started the British Empire and created a market of addicts.
How sugar cane fuelled a consumer revolution but is now responsible for serious ailments.
Documentary investigating the Boeing 737 which crashed 14 years ago into the M1.
Dallas Campbell explores how what goes on underground keeps our country on the move.
Dallas Campbell reveals the hidden wonders beneath our feet.
We venture deep into the forests of Poland in search of a dragon called Smok.
The team investigate the legend of a giant bird predator the size of a small airplane.
The Beast Seekers head to Mongolia's Altai Mountains to hunt for a legendary creature.
We explore the remote, unexplored jungles of Vietnam in search of the Wildman.
Wonders of the Universe shows how light holds the key to our understanding of the universe
Wonders of the Universe takes up the story of the force that sculpts the entire universe.
The doctors reveal how we can all stick to those health resolutions we made at New Year.
The doctors consider whether or not meat is bad for us and show us how to spot sepsis.
How to treat allergic reactions and whether new mealtimes can help with dieting.
Featuring a cheat's guide to a better body and how to burn more fat without exercising.
200 volunteers to test a surprising way to cure food cravings.
Dr Saleyha Ahsan reveals new research that could cure snoring.
How to avoid losing your marbles, and Michael Mosley's tips to cure cramp.
Can hay fever be cured? Are smoothies good for you? Is coffee bad for you?
Can you be fit and fat? The team answers this and other health questions.
By the 1930s, the legacy of America's millionaire princesses paves the way for the future.
Exploring marriages between the daughters of new-money Americans and cash-strapped Brits.
Elizabeth McGovern explores the first transatlantic marriages of the late 1800s.
A law student fights for the lives of two of the youngest killers facing execution.
Film following the trial of a man accused of beating eight members of his family to death.
For two of the youngest men on death row in Texas, execution day has arrived.
The advances that have elevated the murder weapon from being mere evidence to key witness.
Gabriel Weston looks at the difficulty of identifying the body in a murder case.