The lesson of right and wrong – something that we are supposed to learn as children – is the theme … [ Read More ]
Royal Marine Commando Andy Grant is a man who has gone through a lot in life, and is even now … [ Read More ]
While we in Britain might be able to tell that spring has arrived by the call of a certain bird … [ Read More ]
Shown as part of the Timeshift series, Victoria Coren Mitchell narrates a history of the country’s telephone network.
From picked dissected sharks to diamond-covered skulls, you can perhaps see the connection in style between the art of Damien … [ Read More ]
The killing of former Russian KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko in November 2006 has put a strain on the relationship between … [ Read More ]
It seems only right that as it is Good Friday we should cover something that actually concerns Christ.
As shown in Channel 4’s Bafta-nomination documentary series, the secret life of 4, 5 and 6 year olds, the world … [ Read More ]
It’s a parent’s worst nightmare, your child’s gone missing – across Britain, people are reported missing every day. BBC One’s … [ Read More ]
It’s hard being a London black-cab driver, but it’s even harder to become one, thanks to the infamous exam known … [ Read More ]
In November 2016, an auction was held in Los Angeles selling items belonging to Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe.
Tonight BBC Four devotes its programming to surrealism and starts of by looking at the movement in general.
A new series of Timeshift starts by delving into the archive, in order to examine the history of our relationship … [ Read More ]
Prof. Winston and co-presenter Prof. Tanya Byron have once again revisited the children who are now all around the age … [ Read More ]
US President Donald Trump is set to star in a special one-off episode of ancestry programme Who Do You Think … [ Read More ]
Physics professor Jim Al-Khalili returns to BBC Four, bringing the astonishing science of the gravitational force that shapes our entire … [ Read More ]
The BBC’s latest Storyville documentary looks at the attempt of one US prison to scale back its use of solitary … [ Read More ]
Interviewing the five surviving members, we get an in-depth guide to the whole history of the troupe. In the episode … [ Read More ]
The war in Syria is such a horrid, complicated mess that it is sometimes hard to get your head around. … [ Read More ]
Dr. Gabriel Weston continues to look at some remarkable people with unusual bodies.
The family photo album is a thing of the past; millennial families are more likely to sit down around a … [ Read More ]
Volcano’s, known for their impending danger, are often left unexplored but thanks to the BBC’s Natural History Unit, a team … [ Read More ]
This Channel 4 documentary looks at the attempts by the police to try and piece together the identity of a … [ Read More ]
The recreations of the Battle of Hastings in this episode are quite impressive.