David Attenborough looks at why no two islands in the Galapagos are the same. Featuring final footage of the islands' famous giant tortoise Lonesome George who recently died.
Compass looks at two bold new approaches in the battle against teenage cyberbullying.
In this episode, Drew uncovers plenty of rare items at a Welsh country house, though the negotiations are intense.
Africa is where the rules of life were written, where mankind first set foot and where an amazing array of life began. But now it faces the greatest changes in a continent that the world has ever seen.
Examine buildings of the future and technologies that can be more energy-efficient, including hybrid solar lighting, green roofs and nano-solar PV cells.
The dark heart of the Nazi holocaust, Treblinka was an extermination camp where over 800,000 Polish Jews perished from 1942. Only two men can bear final witness to its terrible crimes.
In this new four-part series, Hugh Dennis and Julia Bradbury venture across four stunning British landscapes to discover how the country's epic past lives on in the most fascinating stories and characters.
Armed with Alfred Wainwright's famous pictorial guides, Julia Bradbury explores the stunning Lake District. In this episode, Julia sets off to reach the summit of Helvellyn via the Lake District's most talked-about ridge - Striding Edge.
With the dust storms still ravishing their land, their homes and their family, many of those affected had a tough decision to make; leave in search of a better life or stay and face the seemingly never-ending storms.
Five-year-old Daisy is rushed in with severe burns after her skirt caught alight on a gas fire. As paediatric sister Jen tries to ease the girl's distress, her father Damien also has treatment, having put out the flames with his bare hands.
A 6'7" Aussie who lives in a one-room tin shed in Alice Springs and spends his life saving orphaned baby joeys has become the toast of Britain...Since the program aired on the BBC, Brolga has become a reluctant star.
Just under 200 years ago scientists discovered something profound; that electricity is connected to another of nature's most fundamental forces - magnetism. Harnessing the link between magnetism and electricity would completely transform the world, allowing us to generate a seemingly limitless amount of electric power, power we could utilise to drive machines, communicate across continents and light our homes.
When Weather Changed History is an innovative series spotlighting the weather that has quite literally changed our world. Stories are told with an eye toward the unexpected by highlighting the ways in which the power of nature has steered much of history.
In the final episode, we meet the specialist midwives at Manchester's Saint Mary's Hospital. They help mums and dads through high-risk pregnancies which endanger the baby or put the mothers' health under threat. Squeezed into a small office, between them these midwives see over 1,000 women every year.
In this episode, Julia faces the ultimate Wainwright challenge: Scafell Pike, England's highest peak. Before tackling the 1000 metre ascent, she seeks advice from celebrated fell-runner and local farmer Jos Naylor.
This documentary provides a portrait of the late Joe Sarno, one of the pioneering directors of the 1960s 'sexploitation' film genre. Known for a distinctly economic style and an abiding interest in tense, psycho-sexual character development, Sarno has come to be recognised as one of the true auteurs to emerge from the sexploitation form.
Actor Liam Cunningham travels to the Seychelles as he follows three Irish ex-Defence Forces personnel who have made a significant contribution in dealing with security threats to the Seychelles government and its people.
In this episode, Julia is in Britain's wettest vale, the Borrowdale Valley, to climb to the summit of Castle Crag.