Looking at the achievements of influential British figures; Mo Mowlam argues that Winston Churchill should be known as the greatest of all Britons.
People continue to appreciate Diana, Princess of Wales, and her commitment to the underprivileged.
Historian Tristram Hunt makes the case for Isaac Newton, one of the foremost scientific intellects of all time.
A search for the greatest figures in British history; Michael Portillo proposes Elizabeth I as Britain's most brilliant leader, in part for fighting religious fanaticism.
Historian and writer Lucy Moore explores the life of Horatio Nelson; he was one of the most dazzling and successful naval leaders in British history and he won more battles than any other admiral before or since.
The results of the voting are revealed, along with the identities of the other "Great Britons" proposed by viewers.
John Lennon becomes an icon of British culture.
Military organizer, trainer and battlefield commander Oliver Cromwell.
Actress Fiona Shaw explores the life of William Shakespeare, Britain's famous playwright and poet.
Isambard Kingdom Brunel built the biggest ship and the fastest railways of the Victorian era.
David Attenborough explores the landscapes that inspired Charles Darwin.