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Nature's Wonderlands: Islands of EvolutionNature's Wonderlands: Islands of Evolution

Series in which Professor Richard Fortey investigates why islands are natural laboratories of evolution and meets some of the unique and remarkable species that live on them.

Handmade in JapanHandmade in Japan

Series looking at traditional Japanese crafts and craftspeople.


Documentary series which ranges widely over Britain's social and cultural history, its narrative-led storytelling offering a richly immersive and varied window onto the past.

The Magic of MushroomsThe Magic of Mushrooms

Professor Richard Fortey delves into the fascinating and normally-hidden kingdom of fungi. From their spectacular birth, through their secretive underground life to their final explosive death, Richard reveals a remarkable world that few of us understand or even realize exists - yet all life on Earth depends on it.

Treasures of Ancient RomeTreasures of Ancient Rome

This is a documentary series presented by Alastair Sooke. The Romans have always had a reputation for being brilliant engineers and soldiers, but the fact that isn't as well known is that they also created fantastic artistic treasures.

Castles: Britain's Fortified HistoryCastles: Britain's Fortified History

Castles: Britain's Fortified History' is a series by historian Sam Willis who traces the story of Britain's castles and their unique role in our history from art and literature.

Victorian SensationsVictorian Sensations
BBC Four, 2019 | History, Documentary
Rating: 3/5

Victorian Sensations transports us to the thrilling era of the 1890s. Dr Hannah Fry, Paul McGann, and Philippa Perry explore a decade of rapid change that still resonates today.

Stewart Copeland's Adventures In MusicStewart Copeland's Adventures In Music

Stewart Copeland has spent a life in music - listening, composing and playing. At the age of seven he was captivated by Carl Orff's Carmina Burana. 60 years and 25 bands later, including The Police, the spell is still strong, but why? How does music ignite that excitement? In this three part series, Stewart explores how music brings people together, moves them, binds them, communicates stories like no other art form. Why is it that music has seemingly transcendental powers that enable us to escape and connect with our Gods? Stewart travels the world meeting composers, musicians, filmmakers, DJs and scientists to ask the question, how does music work?


A series of historical documentaries originally broadcast on BBC Two, but more recently airing on BBC Four.

Emergency Animal HospitalEmergency Animal Hospital

John Barrowman meets all kinds of pets struggling with ailments or behavioral issues at one of Europe's leading animal hospitals

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