Bent Coppers Crossing the Line of Duty episode 3: By the late 1970s, armed robbery had been brought to a state of near-perfection.
The second episode dives into the sleazy underbelly of London’s Soho in the early 1970s, where an explosion of dirty pornographic bookshops provides an open invitation for corrupt cops to be greedy.
This series explores the dirty secrets behind London's policing with a story of corruption that goes to the very top of the Met and leads to the formation of the first internal anti-corruption unit, A10, which inspired the BBC drama Line of Duty.
Dan Cruickshank's Adventures in Architecture episode 8 - Pleasure: In the final episode, Dan explores how architecture gives us pleasure - both to its creators and to the people who enjoy the buildings today.
Architecture is the stuff of dreams. Since building began, architects have tried to build the future, tried to build fantasy worlds, tried even to change humanity by dreams of new inventions in bricks and mortar.
Combining two of the 20th Century's greatest musicians — Yehudi Menuhin and Herbert von Karajan in their only recorded performance together — this magnificent programme marks a high point in filmed classical music.
Dan Cruickshank explores buildings as gigantic statements of power when he visits palaces in Romania, the Middle East, the American South, Turkey and Kazakhstan.
Dan sets out to reveal how architecture enables people to live together across the world. He finds vibrant communities in extraordinary buildings and towns across the globe - but why do some places succeed and others fail?
In 1836, General Santa Anna and his Mexican army defeat the Texian uprising at the Alamo, along with Davy Crockett, who was one of the last survivors.
With the British and Tecumseh's Pan-Indian alliance broken in the north, the south is threatened by the Red Sticks of the Creek tribe when they massacre 500 settlers at Fort Mims.