Eurovision, earthquakes and more - here's a look at some of the stories you may have missed this week.
New York City
First transmitted in 1981, this documentary looks at the New York's Chelsea Hotel - a haven for some of the 20th Century's greatest talents, from Mark Twain to Dylan Thomas.
First transmitted in 2001, this programme chronicles the construction of the Empire State Building in New York, which was the world's tallest skyscraper when opened in 1931.
Harlem's legendary Rucker Park basketball court receives a major makeover.
First transmitted in 1983, Horizon traces the spread of a newly identified disease, AIDS, across America. It asks if the seeds of a spreading epidemic had already reached London.
In this special edition of HARDtalk, Stephen Sackur meets the Mayor of New York City on its darkest day, Rudy Giuliani. Ten years on, how much have he and his country been changed by 9/11?
A photographer is confronted with the new reality of empty streets and closed clubs.
Louis Theroux spends time in New York among the subculture of off-Broadway performers in his latest foray into the weirder fringes of American society. (1999)
Louis Theroux travels to New York, the epicentre of the radical black nationalist movement, to meet proponents of black nationalism. (1999)
By Mal Siret
By Chris Fox
By George Bowden