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  1. Morning

  2. 6:30AM

    The Solomon Treasures

    In 2001 a tablet was offered for sale to the Israel Museum which appeared to come from the Temple of Solomon. Scholars and scientists declared it genuine, but an official investigation revealed that the tablet was an elaborate fake. Authorities have

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  3. 7:30AM

    Great Crimes and Trials

    When he moved out of his flat, four bodies were discovered there and two more in the garden.

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  4. 8:00AM

    Great Crimes and Trials

    He admitted to disposing of eight victims, including his parents, in a vat of acid.

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  5. 8:30AM

    Great Crimes and Trials

    Despite a ransom being paid, the body of American legend Charles Lindbergh's baby son, was found murdered.

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  6. 9:00AM

    Great Crimes and Trials

    A violent street thug who rose to the top of the Mafia.

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  7. 9:30AM

    Time Team

    Over the August bank holiday weekend last year, Time Team took a crew of around 100 people to Canterbury for a three-day live dig. Or, rather, for three three-day digs because the live event focused upon three different sites. One, at Blue Boy Yard,

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  8. 10:30AM

    Time Team

    About a mile outside Winchester, just outside the city boundaries, is a field which, 900 years ago, was home to the city's outcasts. The people who lived there were united by a terrible bond, a disease that disfigured their bodies and condemned them

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  9. 11:30AM

    Find My Past

    We reveal how our three participants are linked to the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb. Evie Leatham's great-great-grandfather was Lord Carnarvon, an aristocrat with a passion for Egypt who funded Howard Carter's work for 16 years. He was one of the

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  10. Daytime

  11. 12:30PM

    Whitlam: The Power and the Passion

    Gough Whitlam didn't rise to the top to become Prime Minister; he had to fight to get there. His only free ride came on the winds of social change that woke up conservative Australia and helped deliver the Australia Labour Party (ALP) victory in 1972

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  12. 12:30PM

    Hitler's Women

    It was an offer hardly anyone could refuse. In the summer of 1938, the German foreign minister, Joachim von Rippentrop, turned up unexpectedly at the Paris Hotel Windsor. He marched together with his entire entourage directly into the suite of the Ge

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  13. 1:30PM

    The Solomon Treasures

    In 2001 a tablet was offered for sale to the Israel Museum which appeared to come from the Temple of Solomon. Scholars and scientists declared it genuine, but an official investigation revealed that the tablet was an elaborate fake. Authorities have

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  14. 2:30PM

    Shipwreck! Captain Kidd

    Almost everyone has heard about the notorious adventures of 17th-century privateer Captain William Kidd, who captured the Quedagh Merchant ship loaded with gold, silver, and other valuables from the East Indies. After learning that he was a wanted ma

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  15. 3:30PM

    Sea Hunters

    Forty kilometres off the coast of Poland lie three of the top-five worst shipwrecks of all time, all within a few miles of each other. Their stories have never been fully told, but early in 1945 over 15,000 mostly young people lost their lives on the

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  16. 4:30PM

    The Story Of London

    Look at some of the capital's most opulent and famous buildings: the Palaces of London. We go through those famous gates at Buckingham Palace, visit the forgotten Palace of Eltham, and spend time at Henry VIII's favourite Palace, Hampton Court.

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  17. 5:30PM

    Raiders of the Lost Art

    On Air

    When Van Gogh died he was a complete unknown, his paintings fetching under 10 dollars. So how did his works become some of the most revered and expensive in the world? His sister-in-law Johanna is to thank for that. With a new Van Gogh having been di

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  18. Evening

  19. 6:30PM

    Sacred Wonders of Britain

    From the Orkneys to Stonehenge. At the edge of Europe the British Isles is home to one of the world's richest collections of sacred sites. With stunning photography Sacred Wonders of Britain tells the stories of the landmarks that have attracted visi

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  20. 7:30PM

    Chevolution

    In 1960, Cuban photographer Alberto 'Korda' Diaz captured a photo of Ernesto 'Che' Guevara during a mass funeral. History conspired to enable this dynamic portrait to explode on the world scene in 1968 throughout Europe and Latin America, when it bec

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  21. 9:30PM

    Machu Picchu Decoded

    It is the most famous archaeological ruin in the Western hemisphere, an iconic symbol of the power and engineering prowess of the Inca - and yet it remains an enigma. Theories about its purpose had remained largely unchanged since its discovery; Hira

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  22. 10:30PM

    Egypt

    The story of how Champollion began to uncover the strange world described by the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs. His odyssey took him to Turin, then Egypt and finally to his death. On the way, he had to fight a bitter rearguard action against the Churc

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  23. 11:30PM

    Mysteries At The Museum

    Don Wildman revisits the most fascinating unsolved cases in the Mysteries at the Museum archives. He takes us back to San Francisco's Alcatraz Island - a museum that was once home to the country's most infamous prison. In its collection are four make

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  24. Late Night

  25. 12:30AM

    Myth Hunters

    The story of real life quests after some of history's greatest legends. From the Nazis' search for the Holy Grail, to the Americans who hunted for pirate treasure in Vietnam; from the true story of the crystal skulls to the mystery of King Solomon's

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  26. 1:30AM

    Ancient Aliens

    On every continent, there are stories of children who "stand out" for their strange abilities and advanced knowledge. They are said to have knowledge of things they shouldn't or couldn't know. The ancient Greeks, Egyptians and many other cultures hav

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  27. 2:30AM

    Dark Secrets

    When an abandoned industrial building is cleared for demolition, a locked door is discovered in its basement. The door conceals an archive of strange and disturbing specimens, recordings, photos and documentary films; compelling evidence of monstrous

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  28. 3:00AM

    Dark Secrets

    When an abandoned industrial building is cleared for demolition, a locked door is discovered in its basement. The door conceals an archive of strange and disturbing specimens, recordings, photos and documentary films; compelling evidence of monstrous

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  29. 3:30AM

    Chevolution

    In 1960, Cuban photographer Alberto 'Korda' Diaz captured a photo of Ernesto 'Che' Guevara during a mass funeral. History conspired to enable this dynamic portrait to explode on the world scene in 1968 throughout Europe and Latin America, when it bec

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  30. 5:30AM

    Machu Picchu Decoded

    It is the most famous archaeological ruin in the Western hemisphere, an iconic symbol of the power and engineering prowess of the Inca - and yet it remains an enigma. Theories about its purpose had remained largely unchanged since its discovery; Hira

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