Queer Britain | LGBTQ+ supportive faith groups | BBC Three
Riyadh Khalaf learns about Christian groups which welcome and support LGBTQ+ people.
Oak Tree: Nature’s Greatest Survivor | An Oak trees chemical defence system | BBC Four
It may look like an oak tree is a big green heap of insect food, but eating it is not that easy.
The Wonderful World of Blood – with Michael Mosley | The changes to red blood cells when oxygen is added | BBC Four
Michael Mosley pumps oxygen through a blood sample, demonstrating the transformation taking place inside us every time we breathe in.
Celebrities on the NHS Frontline | Hospital bed management | BBC One
Anne Widdecombe tries to free up beds across Kings Hospital.
Celebrities on the NHS Frontline | Hospital bed management and monetary penalties | BBC One
Targets for waiting times and hospital beds incur expensive penalties for over-worked hospitals, putting enormous pressure on the staff.
Saving Our Nurses | First days Nursing on an A&E Ward | BBC One
Newly qualified Nurse Lauren is observed working in A&E.
BBC News | Empowering black women to embrace their natural hair
Black women are being empowered to embrace the natural hair movement.
BBC Arts | Dame Margot Fonteyn Performing Giselle in 1962
Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev perform the ballet Giselle for the BBC's Music in Camera.
BBC Radio 4 | In Our Time: The Industrial Revolution
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Industrial Revolution.
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.