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The Memorial: Beyond The Anzac Legend

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  1. Morning

  2. 6:30AM

    The Men Who Built America

    The United States of America wasn't discovered; it was built. Rockefeller, Vanderbilt, Carnegie, Astor, Ford, Morgan - these are the men who built it, and their names became synonymous with the American dream. At the height of the Industrial Age, the

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  3. 7:30AM

    Mysteries At The Museum

    Don Wildman revisits the most fascinating secrets tucked away in New England museums. He takes us back to Fall River, Massachusetts where the Fall River Historical Society houses a 19th century hatchet head that may have borne witness to a series of

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  4. 8:30AM

    The Memorial: Beyond The Anzac Legend

    The Australian War Memorial holds one of the largest collections of Great War weapons, artillery and artefacts in the world. The majority of the largest objects are stored away from the Memorial's main exhibitions areas, but Neil Oliver is granted un

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  5. 9:30AM

    Cash in the Attic

    Treasure hunting begins at home. Host John Sencio ventures into homeowners' attics, basements and garages searching for those not-so-obvious family antiques that they sell at auction.

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  6. 10:30AM

    The World Wars

    The Roaring Twenties are a time of unheralded prosperity, but when the Stock Market crashes, America is catapulted into a Great Depression. The Depression rapidly spreads from America to the rest of the world, and Adolf Hitler uses the unrest to gain

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  7. 11:30AM

    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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  8. Daytime

  9. 12:30PM

    The Lost JFK Tapes: The Assassination

    A new view of that infamous, fateful day On Friday 22 November 1963 in Dallas, Texas, President John F Kennedy was assassinated, fatally shot while riding with his wife Jacqueline in a presidential motorcade. This event rocked the world, and the foot

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  10. 1:30PM

    The Memorial: Beyond The Anzac Legend

    The Australian War Memorial holds one of the largest collections of Great War weapons, artillery and artefacts in the world. The majority of the largest objects are stored away from the Memorial's main exhibitions areas, but Neil Oliver is granted un

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  11. 2:30PM

    Mysteries At The Museum

    Don Wildman revisits the most fascinating secrets tucked away in New England museums. He takes us back to Fall River, Massachusetts where the Fall River Historical Society houses a 19th century hatchet head that may have borne witness to a series of

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  12. 3:30PM

    The Civil War by Ken Burns

    Hundreds of thousands of women across the United States nurse the wounded and run the family farms whilst the men are away. Meanwhile, President Lincoln issues the first federal draft calls.

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  13. 4:30PM

    How We Won The War

    Presenter Jules Hudson travels across the UK to discover the incredible efforts members of the general public made to achieve victory in World War Two. Along the way he meets ordinary men and women who did extraordinary things, visits locations harbo

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  14. 5:00PM

    Building Wonders

    Archaeologist Julian Richards travels through the west of England to discover how some of Great Britain's most treasured structures were built. Using impressive CGI techniques, the real locations and the builders' plans, he takes us inside the minds

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  15. 5:30PM

    Martin Shaw: Aviators

    A series exploring the wonderful world of flying. Acclaimed actor Martin Shaw (The Professionals, Judge John Deed), has a love of flying ingrained in his bones from birth. When his treasured Stearman "Two Six" aircraft unexpectedly crashes, he sets o

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  16. Evening

  17. 6:00PM

    Legendary Hotels

    Architecture and design meet historical events and celebrities. Explore the luxury, location and comfort of eight hotels, looking at their culture, art, history, glamour and mystery.

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  18. 6:30PM

    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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  19. 7:30PM

    The Memorial: Beyond The Anzac Legend

    The Australian War Memorial holds one of the largest collections of Great War weapons, artillery and artefacts in the world. The majority of the largest objects are stored away from the Memorial's main exhibitions areas, but Neil Oliver is granted un

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  20. 8:30PM

    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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  21. 9:30PM

    The Unseen Holocaust

    This programme is the result of years of painstaking research by film historian Dr Jeremy Hicks into the Russian State Film Archives. Holocaust footage that was filed and ignored for decades brings to light shocking new evidence of Nazi death squads,

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  22. 11:00PM

    Unsolved Mysteries of WWII

    Throughout most of World War II the British were intercepting and decoding German signals traffic. The information they obtained proved invaluable to the war effort, providing advance warning of some of the war's most crucial attacks. These achieveme

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  23. 11:30PM

    Declassified

    Mao was the 20th century's answer to Napoleon: a brilliant tactician, a political and economic theorist, and a statesman who ruled a billion people for three decades. In death he has become divine, worshipped as a god in a godless country. Considerin

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  24. Late Night

  25. 12:30AM

    Secrets of War

    The programme examines the treatment of prisoners of war early in the 20th century. From capture to interrogation and internment, the fate of thousands of WWI prisoners was determined by their captors off the battlefield.

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  26. 1:30AM

    The War Files

    Featuring some very rare footage recently obtained from Eastern Bloc archives, this programme chronicles the meteoric rise of Germany's Luftwaffe air force.

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  27. 2:30AM

    Scorched Earth

    RAF Bomber Command was responsible for carrying the war to Hitler's Germany when Britain stood alone during the early days of 1940 and 1941. By 1942, losses had grown so heavy that the RAF adopted a policy of night bombing only. The staggeringly high

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  28. 3:30AM

    The Memorial: Beyond The Anzac Legend

    The Australian War Memorial holds one of the largest collections of Great War weapons, artillery and artefacts in the world. The majority of the largest objects are stored away from the Memorial's main exhibitions areas, but Neil Oliver is granted un

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  29. 4:30AM

    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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  30. 5:30AM

    The Unseen Holocaust

    This programme is the result of years of painstaking research by film historian Dr Jeremy Hicks into the Russian State Film Archives. Holocaust footage that was filed and ignored for decades brings to light shocking new evidence of Nazi death squads,

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