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  1. Morning

  2. 6:00AM

    Greatest Escapes

    On 13 August 1961, the Communist government of East Germany began a great experiment - locking up an entire nation of 16 million people. A wall was built through the centre of Berlin which completed the isolation of the Communist East from the Capita

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  3. 6:30AM

    Hitler's Last Secrets

    This major new study, hosted by Emmy Award winning writer and historian Bob Carruthers, poses the question why, at the height of the battle for France in 1940, Hitler was driven to step aside from the battle for France to visit the graves of his fall

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  4. 7:30AM

    Churchill's Bodyguard

    Walter Thompson, Winston Churchill's personal bodyguard for over 20 years, saved the great statesman's life on at least 13 separate occasions. But Thompson was much more than simply Churchill's protector. Friend, confidante and companion, Thompson wa

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  5. 8:30AM

    Last Days Of The Nazis

    On Air

    Allied interrogators must determine who is telling the truth and who is lying about the crimes of the Third Reich. Hitler's War General, Wilhelm Keitel, insists that German soldiers acted with honour, despite overwhelming evidence of brutality. Lieut

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  6. 9:30AM

    Birth of Empire: The East India Company

    When giants rise and fall. This revelatory series reveals how the behemoth that was the East India Company grew into an imperial power, and become the hotbed of corruption and greed that led to its downfall. Over the past 10 years, India and China ha

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  7. 10:30AM

    The Road From Christ To Constantine

    A compelling six-hour television series, we take viewers on an exciting and visually stunning journey to the beautiful and important historical places where Christianity was born and grew from a small movement called 'The Way' to its place as the off

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  8. 11:30AM

    The Stuarts

    Ruling Britain for over 300 years the Stuart monarchs have often been branded as merciless tyrants who stood in the way of progress. But the three separate kingdoms the Stuarts inherited - Scotland, England and Ireland - were already steeped in turbu

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  9. Daytime

  10. 12:45PM

    Anzac Battlefields: The Western Front

    One of the most notorious killing fields of WWI - Passchendaele. We walk where the battalions fought and where the artillery sank in liquid mud. In the midst of the battle one of Australia's greatest soldiers, then Lieutenant Colonel Leslie Morshead,

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  11. 1:00PM

    Wars in Peace

    After Iran - Kuwait. Saddam Hussein turns his million-strong army on undefended Kuwait. United Nations forces rush to the gulf to defend the gulf and liberate Kuwait.

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  12. 1:15PM

    The Bbc At War

    Hailed and derided in equal measure, the BBC in 1939 had yet to seal its reputation. With the advent of war, the corporation found itself thrust into a battle against the Nazis, and the machinations of the British government. This series examines how

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  13. 2:30PM

    Battlefield

    Hitler's obsession with the Crimea was the source of fierce disagreements with his General staff, who according to the Fuhrer, knew nothing about the economics of war. So it was that the German 11th Army under Manstein broke through the Soviet lines

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  14. 4:30PM

    The Story of Agriculture

    A look at how two of our finest native breeds of cattle, Hereford and Aberdeen Angus, reigned supreme before the Second World War and helped earn Britain a reputation as the "stockyard of the world". The programme also shows how, since then, both bre

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  15. 5:30PM

    Pilgrimage with Simon Reeve

    For centuries pilgrimage was one of the greatest adventures on earth, involving epic journeys across countries and around the world. Simon Reeve retraces our ancestors' intrepid footsteps. He learns about the forgotten aspects of pilgrimage, includin

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  16. Evening

  17. 6:30PM

    Castles Secrets & Legends

    Cromer Hall, a British manor house on a remote moor that inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to write his classic novel, The Hound of the Baskervilles of his Sherlock Holmes stories. When a Scottish aristocrat Lord Gordon-Gordon gets a share in the Erie

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  18. 7:30PM

    The Story of Egypt

    Egypt grew evermore powerful. At the Colossi of Memnon and the Valley of the Kings, Joann explores the dizzying heights Egypt reaches under its greatest pharaoh, Amenhotep III. Jo reveals the lives of workers and artisans caught up in Egypt's most am

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  19. 8:30PM

    Secrets of the Forbidden City

    For six centuries, The Forbidden City has been at the heart of one of the most powerful and enigmatic countries on earth - the biggest Palace in the world and one of mankind's greatest historic and architectural icons. It is a bewildering maze of hid

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  20. 10:30PM

    The World Wars

    The Germans try and recruit the Italians to join their cause, but are rejected. Here we meet a former journalist, Benito Mussolini, who has now become an expert marksman in the army. Meanwhile, across the globe, Japan watches the bloodshed with a cur

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  21. 11:30PM

    Defenders Of The Sky: The Airfield

    Presenter Jules Hudson takes an exuberant look at the airfields of Great Britain. In each episode Jules will journey to a British airfield and uncover the stories of it's past by talking to aviation experts and people that have worked on the base. Ju

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  22. Late Night

  23. 12:30AM

    Battlefield

    Hitler's obsession with the Crimea was the source of fierce disagreements with his General staff, who according to the Fuhrer, knew nothing about the economics of war. So it was that the German 11th Army under Manstein broke through the Soviet lines

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  24. 2:30AM

    Gladiators of WWII

    On July 21, 1945, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill addressed the 7th Armoured Division: "Dear Desert Rats! May your glory never fade! May your laurels never fade! May the memory of this glorious pilgrimage of war which you have made from Alam

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  25. 3:15AM

    History of Warfare

    From the towns and villages they came, fortified by the words of John Ball and fired by an anger borne of crippling poverty and unjust taxes. Driven on by the charismatic but mysterious Wat Tyler, the peasant army stood at the very gates of London, o

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  26. 4:00AM

    The Story of Egypt

    Egypt grew evermore powerful. At the Colossi of Memnon and the Valley of the Kings, Joann explores the dizzying heights Egypt reaches under its greatest pharaoh, Amenhotep III. Jo reveals the lives of workers and artisans caught up in Egypt's most am

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  27. 4:45AM

    Secrets of the Forbidden City

    For six centuries, The Forbidden City has been at the heart of one of the most powerful and enigmatic countries on earth - the biggest Palace in the world and one of mankind's greatest historic and architectural icons. It is a bewildering maze of hid

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