House of the Dragon
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
The Last of Us
The Handmaid's Tale
The Umbrella Academy
Rick and Morty
Star Trek: Discovery
The Good Doctor
Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan
Star Trek: Picard
The Wheel of Time
Fear the Walking Dead
Superman & Lois
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds
American Horror Story
Born: 25 Oct, 1977
TV Series Starring Anita Rani
Aldi's Next Big Thing
Small-scale British food and drink producers get the opportunity to pitch their products to Aldi. They include an ambitious sauce-maker, a pie-making perfectionist, and two young hopefuls who think insects are the future of food.
Fastest Finger First
Fastest Finger First offers contestants the one prize money can't buy - a guaranteed place on 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire...?' and the opportunity to win a million pounds.
Saved by a Stranger
The stories of ordinary people caught up in the biggest events in living memory, and the person who changed their lives.
Britain by Beach
Presenter Anita Rani embarks on a new series travelling across the country to discover the remarkable secret history of Britain's beaches. These are not just the places of fun and pleasure that we all know and love, but also where Britain meets the outside world. They're full of extraordinary hidden stories and big events that have shaped our nation and helped make us who we are.
The Victorian House of Arts and Crafts
Six modern-day craftspeople go back in time to live and experience first-hand the ideas and practices of Arts and Crafts visionaries William Morris, John Ruskin and Gertrude Jekyll.
War on Plastic with Hugh and Anita
"The whole thing is just nuts, isn't it?" sighs Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall with a touch of despair. He's climbing up a mountain of "recycled" plastic in Malaysia, much of it exported from Britain after householders have dutifully put it in the recycling bin and now being left to rot and degrade in the sun - or in some cases, go up in smoke.
Today at the Great Yorkshire Show
Anita Rani and Jules Hudson present coverage of the annual event-the largest agricultural show in England-taking place at the 250-acre Harrogate Showground.
In a gripping ten part series, Murdertown puts location centre stage. Each episode sees Katherine Kelly tell the compelling, step-by-step story of how one extraordinary murder was solved and how it fit a disturbing wider pattern in one particular city. With interviews from victims, witnesses and police officers, Murdertown tells the story of some of the most shocking murders in the UK and examines the impact they had on local communities around them. It's the series that makes murders feel real; they happened in a street, a railway, a park...you've actually been to.
World's Busiest Cities
Dan Snow, Anita Rani and Ade Adepitan reveal the hidden systems and armies of people running some of the greatest cities on earth.
My Family, Partition and Me: India 1947
Anita Rani presents a two-part documentary marking the 70th anniversary of the Partion of India, examing the stories of three British families, one Muslim, one Hindu and one British colonial, who lived in India at the time.
New York: America's Busiest City
A three-night stripped event, revealing the astonishing daily systems that allow America's biggest and busiest city to function. Anita Rani, Ade Adepitan, Ant Anstead and Dan Snow are in New York.
BBC Young Dancer
Competition for young dancers aged 16 - 21 across four categories - ballet, contemporary, street and South Asian dance.
Escape to the Continent
The series follows different couples wanting to leave life behind in the United Kingdom and relocate to different European countries. The couples are shown different properties before deciding if any are suitable for them.
Russia On Four Wheels
The show follows Justin Rowlatt and Anita Rani as they set off across Russia on two massive road-trips in one of the world's biggest and most enigmatic countries.
Live series revealing the untold story of how Heathrow Airport is run.
Watchdog tackles viewers consumer issues and problems head on, whether it's taking it direct to a company or contacting someone who can solve the problem. Since 2009, BBC show Rogue Traders has been incorporated into a newly formatted hour long show.
This is a Sunday-morning television programme by the BBC which first aired in 1988 and reports on rural and environmental issues within the United Kingdom. It is presented primarily by John Craven, with reports from a pool of presenters. The issues which it addresses are generally those within the rural public consciousness of the UK, such as animal-culling, fox hunting, organic farming, EU agricultural policy, pollution, and open access land, and as such the nature of the programme is often highly political, sometimes airing debates between pressure groups. In recent years, the show has hardly featured farming issues, and concentrates on rural arts and sports, using recorded segments which are often repeated several times over a period of a year or two.
Escape to the Country
Families considering relocating to the country are taken to different locations by the show's presenters as they decide where's best for them. Each Family chooses which area in England they want to look for a property in the country. A mystery house is also included.