Channel 4’s latest addition to the social experiment genre sees children experience education in different parts of the country.
It’s nice to see that not all of the TV about the fantasy genre is about Game of Thrones.
Today marks the centenary of one of the most pivotal moments in the history of the British Empire.
Billy Bragg examines the history of the song that transformed British music in the 1950s.
We return for a second series looking at the lives of surgeons at Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
The occasional documentary series about classical music returns, with guest presenter Joan Bakewell joining regular Suzy Klein.
The late singer George Michael had a passion for modern art, and this programme follows what happened to his collection.
The tragic killing of the former Crimewatch presenter remains ironically one of Britain’s most infamous unsolved crimes.
This Storyville documentary is certainly a harrowing watching, detailing the worst war crimes in Europe since the Second World War.
Narrated by David Attenborough as part of Natural World series, this programme looks are some of fascinating and at times … [ Read More ]
With this new documentary comes an important question: is there any aspect of the Fab Four that hasn’t been covered … [ Read More ]
The legendary comic actor travels across America’s West Coast in this new documentary series, and has plenty of fun along … [ Read More ]
Sir Trevor McDonald presents this look into one of Britain’s most infamous crimes, and how it took so long for … [ Read More ]
This one-off show experiments on how we can improve our memories and learn things about topics we may currently know … [ Read More ]
In 1993, Duwayne Brooks and Stephen Lawrence were attacked by a knife-gang while waiting for the bus in an incident … [ 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 ]
One of the biggest disasters of Tudor times was when Henry VIII’s warship the Mary Rose sank off Portsmouth in … [ 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 ]
Part of the BBC’s This World strand, this programme looks at the murky world of Qassem Suleimani, an Iranian general … [ Read More ]
In this three-part documentary the ex-soldier and adventure Ed Stafford sleeps rough on the streets of Britain to look at … [ Read More ]
While I am in favour of the BBC not advertising stuff, this programme does demonstrate problems with the system.
This one-off travel documentary takes us to Turkey with a remarkable man: a man who visited over 100 countries, despite … [ Read More ]
The one Grand Tour star to not totally burn his bridges to the BBC returns to cover another of his … [ Read More ]