This documentary looks at the central role soccer now occupies in our society. It's written, presented and directed by former Dominican friar and lifelong Manchester United fan Mark Dowd, who wonders if devotion to football is now filling a space once occupied by conventional religious belief.

A 'behind the scenes' look at the making of the highly popular film adaptation of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.

With divorce on the increase, a new breed of older woman is emerging. Free from the constraints of children, work and husbands, they're gaining glamorous, liberated lifestyles and are enjoying life to the full.

Three years in the making, Born to be Different is a frank, intimate and unsentimental portrait of the pressures and joys of life with a disabled child. It follows six families and their children who have been born with very different types of disability through all the major milestones of their young lives.

In 10 x 30 minute episodes, Mark Williams shares his passion for Industrial Revolution Britain, taking us on a tour of magnificent Canals, Railways, Steam engines, Potteries, Ironworks and showing how they are still influencing our lives today.

Oxford Don Nick Middleton explores some of the most extreme environments known to man - ice, jungle, sand, and swamp.

A special edition of this popular series looks into the bizarre and often terrifying behaviour of the world's motorists.

This role-playing current affairs show for BBC2 simulates crises in politics, business, the media and law.