Power of Art - Rothko episode 8: Rothko is known for his abstract expressionism paintings, but he moved through more traditional styles in his early career, including Surrealist paintings in the 1940s.
The Aztecs ruled one of the most powerful civilisations ever seen in the Americas. They were ruthless warriors and ingenious engineers, who conquered a huge territory and built towering pyramids and ambitious civil engineering projects using manpower alone.
Power of Art - Picasso episode 7: Guernica (1937) was created during Picasso's Surrealist period and captures the horror of the bombing of the Basque town of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War.
Forgotten Soldiers of Empire - The World's War: David Olusoga reveals stories of the millions of Indian, African and Asian troops and ancillaries who fought during World War I.
The National Trust started in Wales. Griff Rhys Jones examines how it manages its farmland and tenanted farms across the country, beginning in Pembrokeshire with the Trust's latest bequest, Treleddyd Fawr - the most painted and photographed cottage in Wales.
Power of Art - Van Gogh: Born in Groot-Zundert, The Netherlands, Van Gogh spent his early life as an art dealer, teacher and preacher in England, Holland and Belgium.
Summer Night Concert from Vienna 2020: The Vienna Philharmonic’s annual Summer Night Concert takes place in the unique ambience of the Schoenbrunn Palace Gardens in Vienna.
National Treasures of Wales - Plas Newydd episode 2: In this programme, he visits Plas Newydd on the island of Anglesey in north west Wales, which the Trust acquired in the 1970s.
The Ghan - Australia's Greatest Train Journey: The Ghan follows one of the world's great rail journeys, taking viewers on an immersive and visually stunning ride on Australia's most iconic passenger trains.
National Treasures of Wales - Coastal Care: Griff Rhys Jones discovers how the National Trust looks after some of Wales's national treasures. He begins with the 157 miles of coastline it owns and cares for.