How does the world of Prince Edmund stack up against reality?
The second series takes us into the Elizabethan era, but how much of this is real history?
This series sees Blackadder reduced to a mere servant – how accurate is it all, though?
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We're giving away a collection of great books to celebrate seven days of our best shows.
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The former sportsman, presenter and Strictly Come Dancing contestant.
Dan Snow is an English television broadcaster and historian.
Julia Bradbury is a British television presenter best known for presenting Countryfile.
The presenter who's made the jump from Children's to peaktime programming.
Neil Oliver is a Scottish historian, broadcaster and author, famous for presenting Coast.
From teenage actor, to Baldrick and the presenter of Time Team.
Michael Aspel is the former chat show host and presenter of Antiques Roadshow.
Get the family together and play the UKTV Christmas quiz.
Sir David Attenborough's ten part landmark natural history series.
Sir David Attenborough tells the story of a study into the lives of a family of meerkats.
Coast brings together the compelling history and the superb panoramas of our coastline.
Humans have managed to adapt and thrive in every environment on Earth.
Wildlife cameraman Martyn Colbeck travels to Sri Lanka to meet these special elephants.
Who were the Norsemen and what can we learn about their raids and battles centuries ago?
The series reveals how elite special operations units carry out high-risk assignments.
Neil Oliver's exhilarating quest to study the truth behind the axe-wielding Vikings.
The Medieval Dead team look into one of the greatest military battles ever fought.
Join Jamie Theakston as he shares his experiences of Forbidden History S5.
Members of the public find out how their ancestors played a role in history's key moments.
Rival celebrities hit the road in the pursuit of auction-worthy antiques.
Dan Snow leads a team of adventurers on an epic journey across the Canadian wilderness.
Museum Secrets travels to the most stunning museums in search of extraordinary artefacts.
The amazing true tale of six valiant 'tankies' who served together in World War II.
Sivuqaq is an 18 year old, larger than life Pacific Walrus.
Forensic scientists hunt for clues to a 400-year-old mass murder in this documentary.
How could so many people have collaborated with the Nazis before and during World War II?
Don Wildman marvels at weird and wonderful museum artefacts across America.
The Fukushima nuclear crisis that was triggered by an earthquake and tsunami in 2011
Join well-known celebrities as they embark on a journey into their own family history.
Clambering into rarely visited tombs, looks at long-buried objects and examines mummies.
Blasts from the iconic music show's past.
Meet the people, hear the stories and visit the places that make-up the UKs landscape.
David Dickinson and his antiques dealers want to buy your bobby dazzlers!
Take a nostalgic trip back to 1976 with Tony Blackburn and co.
Yesterday delves deep into the past to explore some of the world's most ancient cultures.
A wealth of pop stars salute the life, career and musical comeback of Agnetha Faltskog.
This series explores some of the most shocking murder cases in modern history.
Unprecedented access to the SAS secret files, unseen footage and exclusive interviews
Our antiques experts set off on a road trip with a difference, scouring the UK for booty.
Breaking America is perhaps the ultimate goal for British rock stars.
This series looks at the iconic trains that have done the most to change history.
Ewan McGregor and his brother Colin trace the timeline of events of the Battle of Britain.
Two fascinating films that paint an affectionate portrait of Indian railway culture.
Kate Humble and Simon King document the animals living along the Zambia's Luangwa River.
Since its formation in the 60's, NASA has been the leading power in space exploration.
James Holland presents fresh analysis, exploring the lesser-told German point of view.
Classic surreal comedy with Richard Wilson as the original grumpy old man, Victor Meldrew.
Monarchy is more than the biographies of the kings and queens of England.
Series examining the various strategies used in modern warfare since World War I.
Ronnie Barker is the miserly proprietor of the famous corner shop.
Looking at the life of comedy legand Frankie Howerd, with some unseen footage.
See behind the scenes of our favourite sitcom
Drama about Ludwig Guttmann's work with the paraplegic and the first Paralympic Games.
Getting up close and personal with the largest terrestrial carnivore.
This series investigates East Africa's Great Rift Valley.
Look at shocking and unusual cases connected with the Nazi regime’s bloody reign
Classic performances from the BBC series which counted its way through the UK pop charts.
Presenter Michael Mosley finds out about the dark and barbaric early days of surgery.
This riveting drama exposes the shocking cause of the space shuttle Challenger disaster.
This series looks at the events that lead up to WW2 using archive footage.
Ewan and Colin McGregor look at the men who fought in the skies above occupied Europe.
Family and friends contribute to the touching tribute to scientist Richard Feynman.
How Charlotte of Luxembourg pursued freedom for her people during German occupation.
The iconic Flying Scotsman steam locomotive marked its 90th birthday in 2013.
Freddie Knoller tells his personal story of being a young Jewish man during WWII
The shocking true story of the individuals who betrayed Winston Churchill and Britain.
From the day their eyes open and they tumble out of the den.
Morris, Clarence and Anglin disappeared leaving behind a long-surviving cold case.
This series highlights one of the most successful marketing campaigns in modern history
How, in 1943, two unlikely heroes hack into Hitler's personal super-code machine.
One of the greatest wildlife spectacles on the planet.
Deep within ancient tombs are the perfectly preserved remains of millions of animals.
This revealing series sets out to answer one of the most important questions in history.
How the military, police, private firms and terrorist groups approach modern warfare.
Historian Dan Snow dons his boots and reveals all about our Norman ancestors.
Viewing the world from the perspective of some diminutive wild characters.
Meet the Mathewsons: a dynasty of classic car auctioneers from picturesque North Yorkshire
How a group of scientists attempt to uncover the mysteries of the Antikythera Mechanism.
The Normandy landings of 1944 were pivotal to the outcome of WW2.
How and why did a generation of men and women become the leaders of the Nazi Party?
A fascinating look at the remarkable discovery of a 4,000-year-old body in an Irish bog.