Tony returns to the Philippines by way of Manila, its crowded capital city. Home to 12-15 million inhabitants, Manila is hot, tropical, smoggy, fascinating, and especially chaotic in the lead up to Christmas.
Griff Rhys Jones explores natural borderlands. Exchanging his comfortable sports car for a rugged mountain bike Griff cycles up the notorious Burway, a punishingly steep hill into the Shropshire Hills.
This landmark program celebrating The Queen's 90th birthday, cameras have been granted close access to the work of Her Majesty and other members of the royal family across the UK and overseas during the last year.
The troop have returned from Christmas break to face the final four weeks of training. They'll have everything they've learnt in training put to the test on their longest and toughest exercise to date - final fling.
On today's show we're getting totally wild on some awesome animal adventures. Nat's getting up close to a giant anaconda, Emma's being introduced to a baby rhino and Scott's hanging with a speedy pooch.
We discover the eccentric world of Percy Grainger and his place of birth, Melbourne. We follow his life through his music, his relationships with other great composers of the time, his innovative and inventive spirit.
Dirk Bogarde stars in this celebrated adaptation of the Dickens classic. This profile includes interviews with Dorothy Tutin (starring actress), Christopher Lee (starring actor), Ralph Thomas (director) and Paul Guerr (starring actor).
We're springing into action and racing to the rescue in another ep full of totally wild adventures. We're riding along with paramedics and getting the lowdown on surf lifesaving's inflatable rescue boats.
Every two years people are drawn to Far North Queensland to see traditional Aboriginal dancing. Featuring the Duchess Marrinyama Dancers; from Mossman Gorge, the Wabal Wabal Women; and Goobidi Manjal Men's groups.
Thursday Island is a laid-back paradise that most Australians have never visited and know little about. While its isolation can present problems, locals are rising to the challenge and are carving out a new future.