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  1. Morning

  2. 6:30AM

    Egypt Unwrapped

    Cleopatra is arguably the most famous woman who ever lived, yet she and the world she lived in remain a mystery. Propaganda has portrayed her as an indulgent temptress who used sex and seduction to rule Egypt, but now using the latest evidence and ta

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  3. 7:30AM

    Great Mysteries and Myths

    A documentary series for those who believe there can be nothing in the world more fascinating than the search for truth behind the most extraordinary mysteries and myths of the 20th century. A truly unique collection of stories shrouded in superstiti

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  4. 7:30AM

    Border Country

    In this beautifully filmed series, historian Rory Stewart studies the extraordinary landscape, oral history and archaeology of the Anglo-Scottish border, finding parallels with frontiers from Turkey to Nepal. Two thousand years ago, the Romans domina

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  5. 8:00AM

    Great Mysteries and Myths

    A documentary series for those who believe there can be nothing in the world more fascinating than the search for truth behind the most extraordinary mysteries and myths of the 20th century. A truly unique collection of stories shrouded in superstiti

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  6. 8:30AM

    Great Crimes and Trials

    In 1949, John George Haigh escorted Olivia Durand-Deacon to his factory in Crawley, where he heaved her into a previously prepared vat of acid. Charged with murder, he said he had also disposed of seven others.

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  7. 9:00AM

    Great Crimes and Trials

    When a US doctor living in London in 1910 fell in love with his secretary, he was tied to a wife who he hated. His solution was murder. When a body was discovered, Dr Crippen and his mistress fled across the Atlantic.

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  8. 9:30AM

    Mysteries At The Museum

    Don Wildman takes a look back at the series. Whether it's the ill-fated Apollo 13 space mission, the discovery of a mysterious stone giant, or one of the most perplexing shipwrecks in US history, these are among the most unforgettable stories found i

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  9. 10:30AM

    Ancient Discoveries

    Amazingly some of the world records that still stand today were set in the ancient world. The most valuable thing in the ancient world is still the most valuable thing today! 2000 dollars per gram. And incredibly it is made from nothing more than rot

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  10. 11:30AM

    Easter Island Underworld

    Explorers and scientists undertake a groundbreaking expedition: to attempt a first-ever mapping of the vast cave system beneath Easter Island.

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  11. Daytime

  12. 12:30PM

    JFK

    Forever enshrined in myth by an assassin's bullet, John F. Kennedy's presidency has often defied objective appraisal. This new portrait offers a fresh assessment of the man, his accomplishments and his unfulfilled promise. Produced and directed by Su

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  13. 1:30PM

    JFK: One PM Central Standard Time

    Fifty years after the tragic shooting of President John F. Kennedy, JFK: One PM Central Standard Time delivers a minute-by-minute account of what happened in the CBS newsroom from the moment the President was shot until Walter Cronkite's emotional pr

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  14. 2:30PM

    Egypt Unwrapped

    Cleopatra is arguably the most famous woman who ever lived, yet she and the world she lived in remain a mystery. Propaganda has portrayed her as an indulgent temptress who used sex and seduction to rule Egypt, but now using the latest evidence and ta

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  15. 3:30PM

    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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  16. 4:30PM

    Alexander's Lost World

    Crossing back into Afghanistan, Adams continues his search for Alexander's Lost Cities. Lost in a sand storm in the desert, he and cameraman Greg finally reach a remote police outpost in the Taliban held Kunduz delta. The police take him deeper into

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  17. 5:30PM

    The Ancient Life

    Cities of the Underworld meets Digging for the Truth, as our host Brit Eaton immerses himself in foreign lands in search of lost worlds and great mysteries, all while revealing an ancient marvel. For the first time ever viewers will experience what i

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  18. Evening

  19. 6:30PM

    Asia From Above

    Amazing series which captures life and landscapes through stunning photography. Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Myanmar these fascinating countries have captivated people from around the world for centuries. It is an area of the world of great

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  20. 7:30PM

    A Great Welsh Adventure

    Griff Rhys Jones is an exiled Welshman. Brought up on the outskirts of London, he has pined for his beautiful, mysterious, magical homeland and now gets the chance to get closer to his Cambrian roots. But can he embrace the spirit? Over the course of

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  21. 8:30PM

    The Irish Pub

    Already a surprise festival and theatrical hit internationally, this acclaimed film is a celebration of one of the greatest institutions in Irish society, the public house, or more specifically the traditional Irish publicans who run them. The charac

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  22. 10:00PM

    Great Mysteries and Myths

    A documentary series for those who believe there can be nothing in the world more fascinating than the search for truth behind the most extraordinary mysteries and myths of the 20th century. A truly unique collection of stories shrouded in superstiti

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  23. 10:30PM

    Lost Kingdoms of South America

    Exploring ancient South America kingdoms that pre-date the Incas and the Spanish conquistadors by hundreds, sometimes thousands, of years. Archaeologist Dr Jago Cooper reveals the true character of this stunning continent through its culture, people

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  24. 11:30PM

    Mysteries At The Museum

    At the New York Transit Museum in Brooklyn, a piece of early 1900s industrial machinery reminds visitors of a catastrophic subterranean disaster that took place beneath the east river. At the Monroe Moosnick Museum at Transylvania University in Lexin

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  25. Late Night

  26. 12:30AM

    Brad Meltzer's Lost History

    Host Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost and stolen history, including JFK's actual brain tissue and millions of dollars of gold coins stolen from the US Mint. Plus: a remarkable violin from the Titanic.

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  27. 1:30AM

    In Search Of Aliens

    The imposing city of Washington DC was inspired by the ancient world, as seen in the Greek pillars, Roman domes and even an Egyptian style obelisk that mark the landscape. But is it possible that the designs and philosophies enshrined in the streets

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  28. 2:30AM

    The Universe: Ancient Mysteries

    Perhaps the most mysterious structure on Earth, Stonehenge has stood on a plain in Southern England for 5000 years. Why is it there? In this episode we explore the possibility that this was a prehistoric astronomical observatory. Here ancient astrono

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  29. 3:30AM

    A Great Welsh Adventure

    Griff Rhys Jones is an exiled Welshman. Brought up on the outskirts of London, he has pined for his beautiful, mysterious, magical homeland and now gets the chance to get closer to his Cambrian roots. But can he embrace the spirit? Over the course of

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  30. 4:30AM

    The Irish Pub

    Already a surprise festival and theatrical hit internationally, this acclaimed film is a celebration of one of the greatest institutions in Irish society, the public house, or more specifically the traditional Irish publicans who run them. The charac

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