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70th Anniversary of the Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

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  1. Morning

  2. 6:30AM

    CIA Declassified

    Ever wondered what goes on in the CIA? Now, through this series, the inside stories of America's most top secret covert operations are revealed. From the makers of the hugely successful Black Ops and Mafia's Greatest Hits comes a gripping series of f

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  3. 7:30AM

    Haunted History

    The Great Depression of the 1930s was the worst economic crisis the nation has ever known, forcing thousands from their homes and into makeshift shantytowns - shack cities of anonymous poor that sprung up in hard hit cities like Cleveland, Ohio. It w

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  4. 8:30AM

    Sea Power

    Some of history's most crucial battles have been fought on the high seas of the world. The Seapower series uses the very latest computer-generated animation techniques to recreate the galleys of the ancient world, the wooden men-o-war of Nelson's day

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  5. 9:30AM

    Myth Hunters

    According to legend, he was Britain's greatest King. His name was King Arthur. He led his Knights of the round table from Camelot, a vast, spectacular castle built on a hill, and was supposed to have bravely fought Anglo-Saxon invaders and united the

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  6. 10:30AM

    Camp X

    The story of North America's first secret agent training school, the role it played in defeating the Axis during World War II, and in the world of modern espionage - investigated through the first archaeological dig of the site; demonstrations of its

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  7. 11:30AM

    Hitler's Last Secrets

    The protracted romance between Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun began in 1929, and ended in 1945 in the bunker under the ruins of the Chancellery. Eva was Hitler's bride for less than 40 hours before she committed suicide. One frequently overlooked fact is

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  8. Daytime

  9. 12:30PM

    Inquisition

    England has a rich and bloody history when it comes to religious persecution. The religious persecutions started when Henry Vlll split with Rome in 1534 and started his own Church of England with the King being its head. Suddenly, Catholics were pers

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  10. 1:30PM

    Hitler's Warriors

    The Nazi-propaganda fashioned a legend out of him which was longer lasting than the Reich to whose service he intended to devote his entire life. The legend of the 'Desert Fox', of the brilliant commander of the Afrika Korps, to this day finds admire

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  11. 2:30PM

    CIA Declassified

    Ever wondered what goes on in the CIA? Now, through this series, the inside stories of America's most top secret covert operations are revealed. From the makers of the hugely successful Black Ops and Mafia's Greatest Hits comes a gripping series of f

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  12. 3:30PM

    Haunted History

    On Air

    The Great Depression of the 1930s was the worst economic crisis the nation has ever known, forcing thousands from their homes and into makeshift shantytowns - shack cities of anonymous poor that sprung up in hard hit cities like Cleveland, Ohio. It w

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  13. 4:30PM

    The Fantastical World of Hormones

    Dr John Wass, one Britain's leading endocrinologists, tells the fascinating story of hormones - well-known but little-understood chemicals that govern our bodies and shape who we are. Along the way John uncovers some amazing stories how as recently a

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  14. 5:30PM

    The Man Who Cracked The Nazi Code

    6 June 1944. D-Day. The biggest land and sea operation in history: 256,000 men, 20,000 vehicles and 4000 landing craft. On this pivotal moment in history when the outcome of the Second World War was at stake, much has been written, recounted, analyse

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  15. Evening

  16. 6:30PM

    Roosevelts: An Intimate History

    This program chronicles the lives of Theodore, Franklin, and Eleanor Roosevelt, three members of the most prominent and influential family in American politics. It is the first time in a major documentary television series that their individual stori

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  17. 7:30PM

    The Sixties

    A provocative documentary series exploring the most transformative decade of the modern era in America.

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  18. 8:30PM

    Greatest Cities of the World

    Exploring a day in the life of New York, London, Paris, Rome, Sydney and Hong Kong, Griff paints a landmark portrait of each metropolis, revealing what gives each city its unique identity. From serving breakfast in New York to late-night dinner in Pa

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  19. 9:30PM

    Carthage's Lost Warriors

    Is it possible that South America was discovered and settled by Mediterranean seafarers more than 2000 years ago? The story begins in 146 BC, when Rome conquered Carthage. Survivors faced a terrifying fate as Roman slaves. But could some fugitives ha

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  20. 10:30PM

    Ancient Aliens

    Powerful monarchs ruling by divine right. Centuries-old dynasties amassing enormous wealth. And legendary leaders wielding powerful weapons of mass destruction. Is it possible that ancient rulers were, in fact, connected with divine or, some would sa

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  21. 11:30PM

    Mysteries At The Museum

    Don Wildman investigates a baseball bat linked to a case of fanatical mania, a set of letters that turned a infamous tale of deceit on its head and ornate wallpaper that reveals an astounding tale of astronomical intrigue.

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  22. Late Night

  23. 12:30AM

    The Missing Evidence

    Six captivating unsolved mysteries. New evidence, but will the truth out? Is a bathing circus elephant in the 1930s the true source of the Loch Ness Monster myth? Why did Marilyn Monroe spend her last night arguing with mafia bosses? We explore the m

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  24. 1:30AM

    13 Factors That Saved Apollo 13

    This is a gripping tale of distant desperation and heroics. When an oxygen leak threatened the lives of three astronauts, the mission became a life or death attempt to get them home safely, organised by people 200,000 miles away. With limited power a

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  25. 2:30AM

    Unsealed: Alien Files

    Investigates recently-released documents regarding alien and UFO encounters, made accessible to the public in 2011 by the Freedom of Information Act. Based on the newly-discovered information, the show re-examines key evidence and follows developing

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  26. 3:00AM

    Unsealed: Alien Files

    Investigates recently-released documents regarding alien and UFO encounters, made accessible to the public in 2011 by the Freedom of Information Act. Based on the newly-discovered information, the show re-examines key evidence and follows developing

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  27. 3:30AM

    The Sixties

    A provocative documentary series exploring the most transformative decade of the modern era in America.

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  28. 4:30AM

    Greatest Cities of the World

    Exploring a day in the life of New York, London, Paris, Rome, Sydney and Hong Kong, Griff paints a landmark portrait of each metropolis, revealing what gives each city its unique identity. From serving breakfast in New York to late-night dinner in Pa

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  29. 5:30AM

    Carthage's Lost Warriors

    Is it possible that South America was discovered and settled by Mediterranean seafarers more than 2000 years ago? The story begins in 146 BC, when Rome conquered Carthage. Survivors faced a terrifying fate as Roman slaves. But could some fugitives ha

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