TV Schedule

  • 00:20

    14 Jul

    Treasures of the Indus - Season 1

    In a journey across the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, Sona traces the development of the Hindu religion from its origins as an amalgamation of local faith traditions to its dominant position today.

  • 01:10

    14 Jul

    Strangest Things - Season 1

    How did a faked human fossil fool experts for half a century, and how did a lump of wood and some bits of bent metal become one of Russia's most dangerous weapons?

  • 02:05

    14 Jul

    Treasures Decoded - Season 3

    In 1922, Howard Carter discovered the tomb of King Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings; now, in the most fascinating tomb from Ancient Egypt, perhaps an even greater discovery is about to be made.

  • 02:50

    14 Jul

    The Secret Versailles of Marie-Antoinette

  • 03:45

    14 Jul

    Crime in Post-War Germany - Season 1

    After the war, hunger and adversity shape daily life in East Germany; this episode shows how dangerous daily life was in Berlin after 1945 and why those who survived the war went to extreme measures.

  • 04:40

    14 Jul

    The Secret Story of the Knights Templar - Season 1

    The Knights Templar left a legacy both visible - with castles, villages, and abbeys - and invisible through long-lasting traditions claiming the survival of individuals belonging to the Order.

  • 05:35

    14 Jul

    Wicked Inventions - Season 2

    Audio Speakers - what part does a spider play in their manufacturing process? Fibre Optic Cables - the high-tech science behind transferring data using glass, light and reflections.

  • 06:00

    14 Jul

    Wicked Inventions - Season 2

    Audio Speakers - what part does a spider play in their manufacturing process? Fibre Optic Cables - the high-tech science behind transferring data using glass, light and reflections.

  • 06:30

    14 Jul

    Museum Secrets - Season 3

    Visited by one and half million people every year, the Uffizi is one of the oldest art museums in the western world, boasting paintings and sculpture by the greatest masters of the Renaissance.

  • 07:25

    14 Jul

    The Secret Versailles of Marie-Antoinette

  • 08:25

    14 Jul

    Treasures of the Indus - Season 1

    The Mughals created the most dazzling empire India had ever seen - from the Taj Mahal to intricate miniatures of court life - but did they bring civilisation to India, or tear it apart in the process?

  • 09:20

    14 Jul

    Strangest Things - Season 1

    Can a 3,000-year-old solid gold hat really see into the future? How could a tiny metal cube have won the war for Hitler? How could an intricate and complex clock have solved a billion-pound problem?

  • 10:15

    14 Jul

    The Nile: 5000 Years of History - Season 1

    Bettany arrives in Luxor, the 'world's greatest open-air museum'. Bettany's crew take a break whilst she heads to the Valley of the Kings; this is where the pharaohs were buried for 500 years.

  • 11:15

    14 Jul

    Ancient Engineering - Season 1

    Standing at a colossal 479 feet, the Great Pyramid was the tallest man-made structure for over 3000 years; this monumental feat of ancient engineering is a tribute to the engineers of ancient Egypt.

  • 12:15

    14 Jul

    Treasures Decoded - Season 3

    Ramesses II was Egypt's greatest pharaoh; his capital city, Pi-Ramesses, was known to be a magnificent city, yet it seemed to have completely disappeared over the passage of time.

  • 13:10

    14 Jul

    Ancient Apocalypse - Season 1

    Did the city of Sodom ever exist? At Tall el-Hammam in modern-day Jordan, archaeologists have uncovered a once-thriving Bronze Age city that they believe could be Sodom.

  • 14:15

    14 Jul

    Myths: Great Mysteries of Humanity - Season 1

    The Nibelungs: Germany's greatest legend still has treasure hunters under its spell. With the help of ancient scripts and divining rods, they search for Siegfried's legendary golden treasure.

  • 15:25

    14 Jul

    Strangest Things - Season 1

    What is the purpose of the strange bronze Roman dodecahedrons that have baffled archaeologists for centuries, and is a Middle Eastern metal scroll a guide to billions of dollars of buried treasure?

  • 16:15

    14 Jul

    Treasures of the Indus - Season 1

    In a journey across the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, Sona traces the development of the Hindu religion from its origins as an amalgamation of local faith traditions to its dominant position today.

  • 17:10

    14 Jul

    Strangest Things - Season 1

    How did a faked human fossil fool experts for half a century, and how did a lump of wood and some bits of bent metal become one of Russia's most dangerous weapons?

  • 18:05

    14 Jul

    The Nile: 5000 Years of History - Season 1

    In this final episode, Bettany reaches the Nile's southernmost parts. Once upon a time there was a risk of being eaten by crocodiles here; today, this stretch is just startlingly beautiful.

  • 19:05

    14 Jul

    Ancient Engineering - Season 1

    The 11th-century Norman invasion of Britain saw a boom in castle construction; massive bastions were built to ward off invaders. How did medieval engineers build such extraordinary structures?

  • 20:05

    14 Jul

    Treasures Decoded - Season 3

    In 1922, Howard Carter discovered the tomb of King Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings; now, in the most fascinating tomb from Ancient Egypt, perhaps an even greater discovery is about to be made.

  • 21:05

    14 Jul

    The Secret Versailles of Marie-Antoinette

  • 22:05

    14 Jul

    The Secret Story of the Knights Templar - Season 1

    The Knights Templar left a legacy both visible - with castles, villages, and abbeys - and invisible through long-lasting traditions claiming the survival of individuals belonging to the Order.

  • 23:15

    14 Jul

    Crime in Post-War Germany - Season 1

    After the war, hunger and adversity shape daily life in East Germany; this episode shows how dangerous daily life was in Berlin after 1945 and why those who survived the war went to extreme measures.

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