Docudrama depicting the rise and fall of one of histories greatest cities - Atlantis.
Yesterday delves deep into the past to explore some of the world's most ancient cultures.
David Adams explores the 1500-mile course of the River Oxus through Afghanistan and Asia.
Neil Oliver presents this show about the history of ancient Britain.
Dan Snow and Sarah Parcak set out to track down lost cities, amphitheatres and forts.
Set in 44 BC Rome, Empire is centred around young Octavius (Santiago Cabrera).
How a group of scientists attempt to uncover the mysteries of the Antikythera Mechanism.
Mary Beard asks not what the Romans did for us, but what the Empire did for Rome.
Queen of Ancient Egypt, Cleopatra was a ruthless political schemer.
Historian Dr Michael Scott excavates a recently found tomb in the catacombs of Rome.
From Ancient Greece to the frozen North, rulers have always needed their elite troops.
Dr Nina Ramirez exposes the hidden meanings behind the treasure of the Anglo Saxons.
Critic Alastair Sooke hails Roman art in this superb three-part series.
This new and exclusive series brings the world's best-preserved mummies back to life.
Andrew Marr looks back at over 70,000 years of world history.
Amazing real-life treasure-hunting adventures.
A remarkable film deconstructing the famous volcanic disaster of 79AD.
Jamie Theakston uncovers the truth behind myths conspiracy theories and ancient treasures.
Amazing egyptian archaeology with Liz Bonnin, Dr Sarah Parcak and Dallas Campbell.
Six-part dramatised documentary about the discovery of Ancient Egypt.
Chris Naunton presents a portrait of ancient Egypt expert Flinders Petrie.
Deep within ancient tombs are the perfectly preserved remains of millions of animals.