Dr George McGavin and Dr Zoe Laughlin investigate the revolutionary science finding vital renewable resources and undiscovered life in human waste.
Tori Herridge and a team of scientists piece together the lives behind unearthed bones to find out their stories.
Sunday 4th April at 11:25 on BBC One NI.
Former chorister Alexander Armstrong, along with garden designer Arit Anderson, visit six spectacular gardens across Britain that are steeped in faith and spirituality.
Eminent WWII historian James Holland gets inside the Nazi war machine.
Paul visits Wester Ross, discovers the heritage of Little Loch Broom, Loch Broom and Ullapool, then explores the Corrieshalloch Gorge and conquers the Bad Step on Stac Pollaidh.
Dr. Bendor Grosvenor and Emma Dabiri seek out the work of some of the biggest names in art, lying hidden in local museums and country houses.
In a unique science ‘experiment’ Dr George McGavin & Dr Zoe Laughlin investigate the history of rubbish through past and present landfill sites.
Dr Tori Herridge explores the archaeology of Britain’s coastline, the historical remains we see when the tide goes out.
Explorer, Alice Morrison, journeys along the infamous ‘salt roads’ through Morocco
Oxford Physics Professor Ard Louis, a believer, is joined by distinguished science documentary film maker and presenter David Malone, a non believer.
Jeremy travels down four of Britain’s most beautiful and historic rivers: The Tweed, The Thames, The Mersey and The Severn.
Ben Hammersley explores the dark side of the internet, travelling the globe to reveal the biggest cybercrime stories in history.
Adam Rutherford, biologist and avid collector of anatomical art, examines the rich history of art and science.
Jakub Vagner’s dedicated his life to catching the world’s biggest fish. Now he’s heading out to some of the most inaccessible waters on the planet.
Sona Datta takes a journey of thousands of miles deep into the Indian subcontinent.
The Haywain' by John Constable is such a comfortingly familiar image of rural Britain that it's difficult for us to believe it was ever regarded as a revolutionary painting.
Dr Michael Scott reveals how the Greeks created a blueprint for civilisation for all European culture to follow
Tern is a regular producer for the BBC's longest running series.
Dan explores the mysteries and fascinating architectural history of London's bridges and its river.
Nicholas Crane maps the maps, talks the talk, and walks the walks of cartographic history.
The diagrams, equations and statistics that have shaped the face of science.
Rarely are maps looked at solely for their artistic attributes - their simple, plain beauty.
More than just a collection of words.
What really went on at the ancient Greek oracle at Delphi? How did it get its awesome reputation?
The extraordinary career of Athens in the ancient world from the 6th century BC to the 2nd century AD.
Martha Kearney walks in the footsteps of a 19th century artist and geologist.
Nicholas Crane takes on 8 of the most extraordinary adventures ever made across the largest island in Europe – Great Britain.
How ideas of luxury have shaped our history and ourselves.
Coleen Nolan and her expert team explore embarrassing and taboo health issues.
Coverage of the Church of Scotland General Assembly.