Mafia's Greatest Hits follows some of the most high profile gangster deaths in history.
An incisive look at life in Equatorial Guinea, an African nation plagued by corruption.
Over ten years after the 9/11 disaster, people are still asking questions.
A documentary about the 50 years of the running of Eurovision Song Contest.
This programme tells the story of the people who were left in the UK during WWII.
Beyond the images of crowds and bunting, there are many individual stories.
Fight Club: A History of Violence looks at how people fought throughout the ages.
In 1852, a French entrepreneur created the world's first department store.
Marking thirty years since the conflict, three men travel back to the islands together.
Andrew Marr looks back at over 70,000 years of world history.
Morris, Clarence and Anglin disappeared leaving behind a long-surviving cold case.
The Sixties is a new 10-part series charting a decade of massive change and upheaval.
12 part series following Ronald Hutton around a number of British museums.
Series looking at how London has been changed since Charles Booth's survey of 1886.
Lucy Worsley explores the British home through four rooms, meeting experts on the way.
Dan Snow excavates the murky past in gruesome detail, during defining periods in history.
Ian Hislop hails the 'do-gooders' who precipitated social change in the 1800s.
Swaziland-born Richard E Grant examines the controversial history of the safari.
In Wartime Farm Manor Farm is run exactly as it would have been during WWII.
A compelling study of early gender politics with Dr Helen Caster.
The peerless Lucy Worsley spotlights the wonderful women of our history
The Great British Story looks at history through the eyes of ordinary people.
The true story of how a beggar girl became the star witness of a 1612 witch trial.
Ruth Madoc of Hi-de-Hi! fame traces the birth of the 1960s holidaymaking craze.