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ANZAC Day 2014

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  1. Morning

  2. 6:30AM

    Secrets Of The Manor House

    One hundred years ago, the British manor house was in its heyday, sheltering families of enormous wealth and privilege within its stately walls. But what was really going on behind closed doors, where these wealthy families and their poor servants co

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  3. 7:30AM

    The Wild West

    A time of notorious outlaws, gunfighters-turned-sheriffs and frontier justice, the Wild West has proved a fertile ground for stories of heroism and triumph over adversity to grow. From the most famous outlaw of them all, Billy the Kid to vengeful law

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  4. 8:30AM

    Great Crimes and Trials

    A serial killer who preyed on young black children aged between seven and 14.

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  5. 9:00AM

    Great Crimes and Trials

    A stepson murders his family and covers it up as suicide.

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  6. 9:30AM

    Time Team

    Lambeth Palace, London Robert Marshall 29 January 1995 recorded between 8 and 10 July 1994. This episode the team try to determine whether the Roman road into London crossed the Thames at Lambeth or Tower Bridge, and if Lambeth or the City was the si

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  7. 10:30AM

    Time Team

    The team delve into the recent past to uncover the hidden archaeology behind the biggest battle that never was, the planned defence of Britain against a Nazi invasion in 1940. Along the busy main roads and in the quiet back gardens of a London suburb

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  8. 11:30AM

    The First World War from Above

    This fascinating documentary offers a unique perspective on the scale of World War I as a collection of extraordinary historical finds are brought to the screen for the first time. Aerial footage, shot from an airship in the summer of 1919, captures

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  9. Daytime

  10. 12:30PM

    L Bird: The Little Plane That Did

    They weighed less than 300kg and were completely unarmed. Yet these cloth covered spotter planes did more damage and created more chaos than any other aircraft used in WWII. Flying low and slow to see all enemy movement, the L Birds would call in art

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  11. 1:30PM

    WWI Aces Falling

    The epic story of British Aces and Victoria Cross heroes, Edward Mannock and James McCudden, who dominated the air over the Western Front.

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  12. 2:30PM

    1945

    During 6 years of war across the world, 55 million people had been killed. After the end of the war people were forced to move country, as borders were redrawn and new occupying governments installed.

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  13. 2:30PM

    1945: The Year That Changed the World

    During 6 years of war across the world, 55 million people had been killed. After the end of the war people were forced to move country, as borders were redrawn and new occupying governments installed.

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  14. 3:30PM

    The First World War

    The war's last months were more destructive than trench warfare had been. Germany remained on French soil, believing herself unbeaten. The Armistice was the Allie's bid to obtain, on paper, Germany's unconditional surrender. At Versailles she was mad

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  15. 4:30PM

    Great Crimes and Trials

    Three policemen were gunned down in West London after stopping a car.

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  16. 5:00PM

    Great Crimes and Trials

    The 19-year-old heiress to one of America's largest media fortunes was kidnapped by obscure terrorist group, the Symbionese Liberation Army.

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  17. 5:30PM

    Time Team

    Hylton Castle, Sunderland Graham Dixon 5 February 1995 recorded between 10 and 12 June 1994. This episode focuses on Hylton Castle, now in the middle of a Sunderland housing estate, and how extensive the castle originally was.

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  18. Evening

  19. 6:30PM

    Time Team

    Tony Robinson doesn't usually get to decide where the team should dig, but in this episode he chooses his first-ever site for investigation: a German anti-aircraft battery built during the Nazis' five-year occupation of Jersey. The archaeologists hav

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  20. 7:30PM

    Mysteries At The Museum

    On Air

    Don Wildman takes a look back at the series. Whether it's the ill-fated Apollo 13 space mission, the discovery of a mysterious stone giant, or one of the most perplexing shipwrecks in US history, these are among the most unforgettable stories found i

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  21. 8:30PM

    Black Ops

    Re-commissioned after the huge success of the groundbreaking first series, this is an exciting series that retells the incredible stories of the world's elite Special Forces. Brought to you in HD, this series features fast moving reconstruction inter

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  22. 9:30PM

    Ancient Aliens

    If extraterrestrials influenced human history, can evidence of their existence be found in hidden tunnels and caverns around the world? Could a cave in Ecuador contain metallic books inscribed with secrets of alien technology? Was an ancient undergro

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  23. 10:30PM

    Unsealed: Alien Files

    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 a

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  24. 11:00PM

    Unsealed: Alien Files

    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 a

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  25. 11:30PM

    Ancient Egypt: Life and Death

    Beyond the gold and the lapis lazuli, behind the Pharaohs and their tombs, stands the beating heart of Ancient Egypt: the people. Archaeologist Dr Jo Fletcher, would like you to meet Kha and Meryt. The two of them, husband and wife, have been dead fo

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  26. Late Night

  27. 12:30AM

    Secrets of World War II

    Little did the Germans know that the body they discovered on the coast of Spain in 1943 was part of one of the most elaborate hoaxes of World War II.

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  28. 1:30AM

    Battlefield

    The attack on Pearl Harbor was supposed to obviate the need for the grinding and appalling attritional battle that was the hallmark of the fighting for Guadalcanal. The capture of this strategically crucial island in the Solomons was the key to victo

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  29. 3:30AM

    Kokoda

    Kokoda was a savage military campaign fought without mercy between foes who seriously underestimated each other, a desperate campaign to keep Papua New Guinea from falling to the Japanese during the darkest days of World War II. Based on the bestsell

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  30. 5:45AM

    For Valour

    An exclusive History Channel production that recalls the inspirational stories of our Australian Victoria Cross heroes, commemorated in rest stops along the Remembrance Driveway route between Sydney and Canberra. Taking the journey - and the individu

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