In this second episode, Telling Tales, Stewart Copeland continues his mission to understand how music works by exploring its extraordinary … [ Read More ]
Chris Packham, environmentalist and life-long punk, reveals how, as a teenager with undiagnosed Asperger’s, punk rock may have saved his … [ Read More ]
One hundred years ago, an art school opened in Germany that would change the world forever. It was called the … [ Read More ]
For more than 50 years, German designer Dieter Rams has left an indelible mark on the field of product design, … [ Read More ]
Don’t be fooled by the title- this is not a silent movie. You can watch this experimental documentary by Julien … [ Read More ]
Jim Al Khalili investigates how our innate drive to explore mobilised humanity and gave us the ultimate freedom machine – … [ Read More ]
Charley Pride is one of the biggest stars in country music – an achievement made all the more notable by … [ Read More ]
The three-day long musical festival begins today, with live coverage form the BBC across several platforms.
While this match was originally scheduled to go out on BBC Four, it may well be moved due to the … [ Read More ]
England and Scotland face their final group games this evening.
The final edition of the occasional documentary series looks at classical music in modern times.
Tonight’s programme is the first of two editions building up towards the 50th anniversary of the Moon landings.
Tonight BBC Four is devoting itself to India, with this three-part documentary mixing travelogue with music.
Following on from the BBC reviving other classic TV shows for one night, including Tomorrow’s World and The Old Grey … [ Read More ]
Former Open University graduate Lenny Henry looks back at the history of his alma mater, which marks its 50th anniversary … [ Read More ]
The latest edition of Mark Kermode’s now semi-regular documentary series is an episode that we hope is not an indication … [ Read More ]
Billy Bragg examines the history of the song that transformed British music in the 1950s.
The occasional documentary series about classical music returns, with guest presenter Joan Bakewell joining regular Suzy Klein.
This Storyville documentary is certainly a harrowing watching, detailing the worst war crimes in Europe since the Second World War.
With this new documentary comes an important question: is there any aspect of the Fab Four that hasn’t been covered … [ Read More ]
Given that you are now on the internet, you will know what a meme is.
Part of Storyville and BBC Four’s season of programmes marking 30 years of the World Wide Web, this disturbing documentary … [ Read More ]
This show is the first in a season of programmes on BBC Four marking 30 years of the World Wide … [ Read More ]
Irish comedian and actor Ardal O’Hanlon looks at how showbands became hugely popular in his native land between the 1950s … [ Read More ]