BBC Four | The Wonderful World of Blood – with Michael Mosley | The changes to red blood cells when oxygen is added
Michael Mosley carries out six experiments on his own blood.
Curriculum Bites | Drought in the Sahel | BBC Two
Drought in the Sahel and the expansion of the Sahara desert.
The Refugee Camp: Our Desert Home | How do you supply a refugee camp in the desert with water | BBC Two
Anita Rani shows us how the camp gets round supplying water in the desert.
In Search of the Trojan War | Conclusion | BBC Two
Michael Wood provides an overview of the archaeological evidence and gives his own interpretation about the Trojan War.
In Search of the Trojan War | Fall of the Hittite Empire | BBC Two
Michael Wood investigates the decline of the Hittite Empire.
In Search of the Trojan War | The sea peoples | BBC Two
Michael Wood explores the sea peoples that the Egyptians were threatened by.
CBBC | Horrible Histories: Da Vinci & Mona Lisa – Hello, It’s A Me
Hello, it's a me, the most famous painting in history, Lisa Gherardini aka the Mona Lisa.
CBBC | Horrible Histories: Richard III Song
History has been unkind to Richard III and heâs written a song to set the record straight: heâs a nice guy really!
BBC Two | The Most Dangerous Man in Tudor England: Melvyn Bragg explores the story of William Tyndale’s English translation of the Bible.
Melvyn Bragg tells the story of William Tyndale and his English translation of the Bible.
BBC Archive | WWII: Chamberlain Addresses the Nation on His Negotiations for Peace
Programme: Chamberlain Addresses the Nation on His Negotiations for Peace.
10 Things You Didn’t Know About … | 1958 and the tallest tsunami on record | BBC Four
Iain Stewart investigates the highest Tsunami wave ever recorded in history.
10 Things You Didn’t Know About … | 2004 and megathrust | BBC Four
A visual demonstration of what happened underwater to cause the Boxing Day tsunami.