It's the height of summer and our farmers are carefully monitoring cereal crops from which they'll make the staple foods of everyday Tudor life - bread and ale
59:20 | 226 Views November 12, 2014
After the Protestant Reformation, the nation was bitterly divided along religious lines - a fault-line which ran through Shakespeare's own family
Rivers and Seas Collide
59:02 | 212 Views January 24, 2014
Nick Crane explores the wealth of wildlife and industry that are attracted to the Firth of Forth, the estuary that feeds Edinburgh
Sheila Copps: Hidden on The Hill
18:12 | 173 Views November 14, 2014
Former deputy prime minister, Mp and MPP Sheila Copps shares her story of sexual assault with The Agenda.
The Agenda's Week in Review
35:21 | 35 Views November 14, 2014
Highlights from The Agenda's week of programming.
Bill Bailey's Jungle Hero - Episode 1
50:05 | 135 Views November 14, 2014
Presenter Bill Bailey goes on an exotic and thrilling adventure to retrace the steps of the greatest unsung hero of natural history and exploration.
25 Years Without The Wall
52:12 | 470 Views November 13, 2014
A quarter century after its fall, The Agenda examines the legacy of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Art of War
49:15 | 452 Views November 13, 2014
This unique documentary shows how the First World War transformed the world of art and changed the way images of war are portrayed.
Redesign My Brain
57:48 | 614 Views January 20, 2014
See presenter Todd Sampson put brain training to the test in Make Me Creative, as he trains his brain to be more creative, innovative and to think more laterally, before attempting a creative art challenge.
King George and Queen Mary episode 1
57:16 | 521 Views December 23, 2013
George could not have been a more unlikely moderniser. Born and brought up in the Victorian age he was conservative to his fingertips
Life After War
55:13 | 370 Views November 12, 2014
A panel of veterans discusses transitioning from the front to everyday life.
49:48 | 245 Views October 30, 2013
Environmentalist and wildlife ambassador Ben Fogle joins them for a nerve-wracking dive with Nile crocodiles in Africa before repeating the experience in Australia as researchers transport their methods there.
Margaret MacMillan: The Road to 1914
53:57 | 744 Views November 11, 2014
Margaret MacMillan on the events that shaped The Great War.
Churchill's First World War
1:29:19 | 441 Views November 11, 2014
Re-examines the darkest hours of one of the 20th century's most remarkable heroes.
Ep. 6 - Sea to Sky
50:00 | 123 Views November 11, 2014
As we head northwest from the city of Vancouver, the open waters of the Pacific become the sheltered waters of Howe Sound. Here the landscape rises and the world-famous Sea-to-Sky corridor comes to life.
Caroline Moorehead: Village of Secrets
27:34 | 244 Views November 10, 2014
Author Caroline Moorehead on how the actions of a few saved hundreds.