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Medieval Month 2015

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  1. Morning

  2. 6:30AM

    The Great Commanders

    Julius Caesar, a scheming politician, used military power to dominate Rome. Massively in debt, he led his armies through a decade of conquest in a bid for wealth, glory and power. In the process he conquered Gaul and precipitated the downfall of the

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  3. 7:30AM

    The Rise Of The Nazi Party

    Rising unemployment, economic turmoil, attacks on immigrants, mainstream politicians who don't listen to popular fears, voters turning to extremist parties it's the 21st century but it could be the 1930s. The election successes of the neo-Nazi partie

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  4. 8:30AM

    Beyond the Edge

    In 1953, the ascent of Everest remained the last of Earth's great challenges. Standing at over 29,000ft, the world's highest mountain posed a fearsome challenge and had already claimed thirteen lives in previous expeditions. Faced with treacherous wi

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  5. 10:30AM

    Henry VIII: Mind of a Tyrant

    Setting the record straight. Henry's accession to the throne in 1509 was greeted with wild rejoicing. Tall, athletic, and handsome; after the reign of his father (who was found to be a dour, gloomy individual reputed for meanness), he filled the nati

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  6. 11:30AM

    Three Men Go to New England

    Rory McGrath, Griff Rhys Jones and Dara O'Briain head to America to join a birthday party flotilla celebrating the 125th anniversary of the Statue of Liberty, in New York harbour.

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  7. Daytime

  8. 12:30PM

    Hidden Histories: WW1's Forgotten Photos

    In the centenary year, Hidden Histories reveals World War One from a new and surprising perspective - through the eyes of the men who fought in it. This is the extraordinary untold story of First World War soldiers' photography. These soldiers marche

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  9. 1:30PM

    The Great Commanders

    Julius Caesar, a scheming politician, used military power to dominate Rome. Massively in debt, he led his armies through a decade of conquest in a bid for wealth, glory and power. In the process he conquered Gaul and precipitated the downfall of the

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  10. 2:30PM

    Dead Men's Secrets

    Wallenberg is thought to have rescued 100,000 people. We follow the trail uncovered by his family and researchers in their hunt for the truth as to his fate.

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  11. 3:30PM

    Dogfights

    In the skies above North Korea, a new kind of air war is raging at 500mph - jet vs. jet dogfighting for the first time in history.

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  12. 4:30PM

    Lost Treasures of the Ancient World

    Ancient cities, palaces, temples and monuments are brought to life through computer animation in this landmark series accompanied by expert commentary and analysis by a team of leading historians, lecturers, scholars and authors.

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  13. 5:30PM

    Mysteries At The Museum

    Inside a small museum dedicated to the history and legacy of law enforcement in Los Angeles, California, is a small, innocuous cardboardbox. It's filled with cards bearing names, locations, and other evidence related to a still-unsolved murder that g

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  14. Evening

  15. 6:30PM

    Secrets in the Dust

    Fifty years before the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb, Frenchman Auguste Mariette and German Emil Brugsch worked together in Cairo and Luxor to identify and decipher the contents of the tombs where the Pharaohs were laid to rest. They discovered the

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  16. 7:30PM

    Anzac Battlefields: The Western Front

    On Air

    Where is the Western Front? Why did two vast armies dig in, extending lines of trenches from the Channel ports almost to the Alps? All of this happened in the first weeks of the war so that by mid-September the German attack had faltered on the Marne

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  17. 8:00PM

    Railways of the Great War

    World War I was a railway war. Michael Portillo finds out how the railways helped to precipitate a mechanised war, shaped how it was fought, conveyed millions to the trenches and bore witness to its end. He takes to historic tracks to rediscover the

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  18. 8:30PM

    Secrets of Great British Castles

    The romantic appearance of castles across Britain belies their turbulent history as their walls are littered with the secrets of battles, sieges, intrigue and murder. Hosted by Dan Jones, this brand new 6 part series, brings you behind the scenes of

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  19. 9:30PM

    Inside The National Trust

    Michael Buerk goes behind the scenes of National Trust sites throughout Britain, to meet the people who safeguard Britain's heritage - and unravels a secret or two. He attempts to survive an 18th-century servants' boot camp at Wordsworth House in the

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  20. 10:30PM

    Anzac Battlefields: The Western Front

    Where is the Western Front? Why did two vast armies dig in, extending lines of trenches from the Channel ports almost to the Alps? All of this happened in the first weeks of the war so that by mid-September the German attack had faltered on the Marne

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  21. 11:00PM

    Railways of the Great War

    World War I was a railway war. Michael Portillo finds out how the railways helped to precipitate a mechanised war, shaped how it was fought, conveyed millions to the trenches and bore witness to its end. He takes to historic tracks to rediscover the

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  22. 11:30PM

    Bloody Tales of Europe

    From ancient times to World War II, Europe has been soaked in blood and intrigue. This fascinating series goes beyond the British Isles to seek out the Europe's most grisly history to discover the mysterious true stories behind some of history's most

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  23. Late Night

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