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The World Wars

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  1. Morning

  2. 6:30AM

    Gangs of Britain

    Gary and Martin turn the spotlight on Liverpool and its life blood, the River Mersey. From the very beginning the docks determined the fortunes of this city. They have also allowed local criminals to play a part on the international stage, the most i

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  3. 7:30AM

    Secrets of the Ancients

    Babylon's most celebrated feature, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, astounded and perplexed observers. But wherever they were located the mystery remains - how could such elaborate gardens possibly have been irrigated? Ancient sources describe a myste

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  4. 8:30AM

    Crown & Country

    The City of London has a long and complex relationship with the Crown, a relationship built over many years and taking many different forms. From days of ancient war when the warrior Queen Boudicca sacked the city to the formation of the trading live

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  5. 9:00AM

    Crown & Country

    The first of six programmes in which Edward Windsor explores various sites in the south-east of England, examining their historical links with the Crown. When five small ports on the south coast came to a deal with the King back in 1050, it heralded

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  6. 9:30AM

    Time Team

    The team braves the harsh conditions of fierce winds, strong rain and getting lost in thick fog to reveal the secrets of one of the biggest monuments at Knockdhu in the County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The headland at Knockdhu on the County Antrim co

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  7. 10:30AM

    Time Team

    The team arrive at a field outside Cheshire where metal-detector enthusiasts have made several valuable finds in the past, hinting the site was once a very active Roman settlement. As the dig progresses, their initial predictions are confounded and t

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  8. 11:30AM

    Secrets of Britain

    From Charles Dickens to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, no police institution in the world has caught the public imagination in quite the same way as Scotland Yard. The officers and "Bobbies" can be seen on the news standing beside the Royal Family or other

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  9. Daytime

  10. 12:30PM

    Hitler's Henchmen

    Portraits of the men who carried out Hitler's plans: ZDF's sequel about the men who consolidated Hitler's reign and turned his plans into action. They wove the complicities and plots without which Hitler could have never perpetrated the crime of the

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  11. 1:30PM

    Search For Destiny: The Middle East

    The history of the Middle East is the history of a search for destiny. Be it of the Jewish people searching for a land promised by their God, or the Arab people awaking to the idea of nationhood. The second programme of this series examines the effec

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  12. 2:30PM

    The Battle Against Rome

    The search for Arminius identity. Coming from a simple village of the Cherusci settlement and the dense forests of Germania, the Romans kidnap him under a treaty made in their civilisation. They educate him and train him into a soldier. He proved him

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  13. 3:30PM

    Secrets of the Ancients

    Babylon's most celebrated feature, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, astounded and perplexed observers. But wherever they were located the mystery remains - how could such elaborate gardens possibly have been irrigated? Ancient sources describe a myste

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  14. 4:30PM

    Beautiful Thing: A Passion For Porcelain

    Sneak behind the museum glass to discover the story of some incredible yet misunderstood objects; the opulent, intricate, gold crested (and often much maligned) Sevres porcelain of the 17th century. Former director and curator at The Wallace Collecti

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  15. 5:30PM

    The Years That Made Us

    On Air

    This is a look into the events that laid the foundation for Australia in the 21st Century. Between 1919 and 1939 Australia turned from a rural backwater of the British Empire to a South East Asian nation. Award-winning journalist and author Chris Mas

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  16. Evening

  17. 6:30PM

    Coast

    All the elements of Britain's spectacular and endlessly varied coastline are celebrated in this fascinating documentary series. The team of presenters all experts in their respective fields uncover an extraordinarily rich mix of stories, archaeology,

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  18. 7:30PM

    The Unseen Time Team Specials

    The team put everything together to recreate and sail a half size replica of Dover's Bronze Age boat in Granville Dock in Dover. But can they make it float? A fascinating project and cause of local celebration for the town that is proud to boast thei

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  19. 8:30PM

    Coast Australia

    On this wind-swept coast, Neil Oliver investigates why no one survived the attack on HMAS Sydney in its dramatic battle with a German raider in 1941. Xanthe Mallett heads to the Houtman Abrolhos islands and unearths the gruesome tale of the Dutch Bat

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  20. 9:30PM

    Ireland's Nazis

    In the aftermath of WWII, the Irish state gave safe haven to some of the German regime's most notorious Nazis, war criminals and collaborators. Many made their homes in Ireland or used it as a staging point for escape to the Americas. In this two-par

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  21. 11:30PM

    Mysteries At The Museum

    Inside a small museum of turn-of-the-century electrical oddities in West Palm Beach, Florida is a small shattered glass photographic negative. It's the only surviving evidence of a strange machine that harnessed an unknown power source to potentially

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  22. Late Night

  23. 12:30AM

    Mysteries At The Museum

    At the The Oregon State Hospital Museum of Mental Health in Salem, visitors inspecting a pair of commonplace dining implements will be shocked to discover they played a central role in a terrifying and deadly outbreak that devastated an Oregon psychi

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  24. 1:30AM

    Ancient Aliens

    Luminous relics in the shape of human skulls. Otherworldly artifacts believed to harness the secrets of the universe. Are the Crystal Skulls part of an elaborate hoax? Or do they possess a great, perhaps even otherworldly power? The Crystal Skulls ar

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  25. 2:30AM

    Forbidden History

    Featuring true stories of great treasures, long-held conspiracies, and lost civilisations, this series looks at the most controversial and mysterious parts of our history and re-examines them. Hosted by Jamie Theakston, This series attempts to get to

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  26. 3:30AM

    The Unseen Time Team Specials

    The team put everything together to recreate and sail a half size replica of Dover's Bronze Age boat in Granville Dock in Dover. But can they make it float? A fascinating project and cause of local celebration for the town that is proud to boast thei

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  27. 4:30AM

    Coast Australia

    On this wind-swept coast, Neil Oliver investigates why no one survived the attack on HMAS Sydney in its dramatic battle with a German raider in 1941. Xanthe Mallett heads to the Houtman Abrolhos islands and unearths the gruesome tale of the Dutch Bat

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  28. 5:30AM

    Ireland's Nazis

    In the aftermath of WWII, the Irish state gave safe haven to some of the German regime's most notorious Nazis, war criminals and collaborators. Many made their homes in Ireland or used it as a staging point for escape to the Americas. In this two-par

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