Live topical comedy show hosted by Jimmy Carr, David Mitchell, Charlie Brooker and Lauren Laverne.
Presented by gadget, gizmo and toy collector extraordinaire Jonathan Ross, 100 Greatest Toys with Jonathan Ross is a three-hour countdown of the nation's favourite toys and games.
From Action Man to Yahtzee and from Barbie to Trivial Pursuit, inventors and toy-makers tell the inside stories of their creations and success. And to fully explain the impact of these toys and games, the children of yesteryear - today's celebrities, authors, actors and journalists - reveal exactly what it was that made them love a particular toy.
Find out how Action Man evolved from the American GI Joe action doll and just how Tomorrow's World inspired his haircut. What was the genesis of Barbie? And who came up with the iconic design of the Raleigh Chopper?
There's also the chance to learn how a one-time wim...
The untold story of the Norman Conquest, 1066 sheds new light on one of British history's darkest events, not through the eyes of Kings and Conquerors but from behind the shield wall, through the eyes of the ordinary villagers caught up in the chaos.
Combining full-throttle battle action, compelling performances and epic cinematography, 1066 is an epic adventure of invasion, resistance and war that tells the story of ordinary men and their families across three tribes - the English, the Normans, and the Vikings.
We're all just one wrong step, one sudden illness or one unlucky break away from A&E. It's a place where dramatic stories of love, life and death unfold every day.
With 70 cameras filming round the clock for 28 days, this series offers unprecedented access to one of Britain's busiest A&E departments, at King's College Hospital in London. Each programme focuses on patients who were treated within the same 24-hour period.
The series captures the joy and heartache faced by patients and their families, as well as the hard work and professionalism of the A&E staff. From life-threatening traumas to embarrassing mishaps, 24 Hours in A&E is an intimate, powerful and sometimes comic insight into life - and death - on the frontline of the NHS.
Budding new directors, who haven't yet had the opportunity to make a film for broadcast, are given the chance to make four films destined for television
3 Minute Wonder is a documentary shorts strand that follows Channel 4 News on weekdays at 19:55. In August 2006 Karl Pilkington made four films called Some Thoughts by Karl Pilkington, which were made with Vanity Projects, a production company partly owned by Russell Brand, Karl's friend and ex-collaberator on the 6Music Shows. Each of these films had a general theme that Karl would reflect on, with Karl talking via voiceover or to camera as he did things such as visiting museums, going on holiday, lying in bed and going to the zoo. The films are all about three minutes long.
Channel 4's provocative three-part drama, 40, focuses on seven former school friends whose lives are undergoing seismic change as they hit that landmark age.
40 revolves around seven people whose lives are intimately linked by their hidden sexual and emotional secrets. Provocative and explicit, 40 deals with the pleasure as well as the pain of giving in to others, coming to terms with yourself and the shocking consequences of owning up.
Adam and Joe present fifty of the most startling, dangerous and downright unbelievable magic tricks ever seen. With Penn and Teller, Derren Brown, David Blaine and Paul Daniels.
A panel game hosted by, Jimmy Carr with team captains, Sean Lock and Dave Spikey.
The teams are asked questions relating to opinion polls and statistics based on the week's events.
Uncut version of 8 Out of 10 Cats.