TV Schedule

  • 00:05

    05 Jul

    Treasures with Bettany Hughes - Season 1

    Bettany discovers how Malta is a cultural hub laden with some of the world's most precious treasures; this is an island where civilisations from all corners of the Earth have met and cross-fertilised.

  • 01:10

    05 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?

  • 02:10

    05 Jul

    Pompeii: After the Eruption

  • 03:15

    05 Jul

    Ancient Engineering - Season 1

    The engineering roots of the Burj Khalifa and many other buildings across the world can be traced back to one of the greatest periods of scientific innovation in history: the Golden Age of Islam.

  • 04:05

    05 Jul

    Treasures with Bettany Hughes - Season 1

    Greece is home to epic human stories and birthplace of an astonishing culture that changed the world; Bettany starts her journey in Athens and travels to Nafplion, Sparta, Aegea and Olympia.

  • 04:55

    05 Jul

    Planet of Treasures - Season 1

    Historian Christopher Clark travels to Africa; his journey leads him to Egypt, Ethiopia, Tanzania with its breathtaking Serengeti National Park, and to Lamu Island off of the coast of Kenya.

  • 06:00

    05 Jul

    Wicked Inventions - Season 2

    Like it or not, warfare, conflict and the need to explore the unknown is the catalyst for human progress in technology. The fact is that mankind is at its most inventive when it's being destructive.

  • 06:30

    05 Jul

    Ancient Engineering - Season 1

    The engineering roots of the Burj Khalifa and many other buildings across the world can be traced back to one of the greatest periods of scientific innovation in history: the Golden Age of Islam.

  • 07:30

    05 Jul

    Treasures with Bettany Hughes - Season 1

    Greece is home to epic human stories and birthplace of an astonishing culture that changed the world; Bettany starts her journey in Athens and travels to Nafplion, Sparta, Aegea and Olympia.

  • 08:30

    05 Jul

    Strangest Things - Season 1

    Was an ancient glass scarab in Tutankhamun's tomb created by forces that are literally out of this world, and does a 4,000-year-old tablet really have building instructions for Noah's Ark?

  • 09:25

    05 Jul

    Caesar's Doomsday War - Season 1

    Julius Caesar wanted to bring all of Gaul under his control, triggering a series of events that would bring his army to the brink of defeat - now archaeologists are uncovering what really happened.

  • 10:20

    05 Jul

    Castles - Bastions of Power - Season 1

    Castles were bastions of power, but what was life like behind their walls? We follow their development from simple wooden fortifications to the most elaborate strongholds and residences.

  • 11:25

    05 Jul

    The Real Neanderthal

  • 12:25

    05 Jul

    Scanning the Nile - Season 1

    In northern Egypt, off of the coast of Alexandria, we set off on a journey to discover the incredible stories of two ancient sunken cities at the mouth of the Nile.

  • 13:30

    05 Jul

    Secrets of the Bermuda Triangle - Season 1

    Ortis follows the story of the USS Cyclops, an American naval ship that vanished in the Triangle in 1918, and Rick goes in search of a rare and deadly ocean phenomenon: the rogue wave.

  • 14:30

    05 Jul

    Tombs of Egypt: The Ultimate Mission - Season 1

    Zahi and his team unearth sarcophagi dating from the New Kingdom and the Late Period of ancient Egypt that will need to be scanned and maybe even opened, but there are more surprises in store...

  • 15:35

    05 Jul

    Treasures with Bettany Hughes - Season 1

    Bettany discovers how Malta is a cultural hub laden with some of the world's most precious treasures; this is an island where civilisations from all corners of the Earth have met and cross-fertilised.

  • 16:40

    05 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?

  • 17:35

    05 Jul

    Caesar's Doomsday War - Season 1

    We explore the events triggered by the uniting of Gaul tribes under freedom fighter Vercingetorix, and archaeologists find evidence of the defences that the Gauls built to fight off Caesar's legions.

  • 18:30

    05 Jul

    Castles - Bastions of Power - Season 1

    We examine the military function of 11th to 16th-century castles, travelling from the White Tower in London to Chateau Gaillard in Normandy and the castle of the last of Europe's robber knights.

  • 19:35

    05 Jul

    Pompeii: After the Eruption

  • 21:00

    05 Jul

    Ancient Engineering - Season 1

    The engineering roots of the Burj Khalifa and many other buildings across the world can be traced back to one of the greatest periods of scientific innovation in history: the Golden Age of Islam.

  • 22:00

    05 Jul

    Treasures with Bettany Hughes - Season 1

    Greece is home to epic human stories and birthplace of an astonishing culture that changed the world; Bettany starts her journey in Athens and travels to Nafplion, Sparta, Aegea and Olympia.

  • 23:00

    05 Jul

    Planet of Treasures - Season 1

    Historian Christopher Clark travels to Africa; his journey leads him to Egypt, Ethiopia, Tanzania with its breathtaking Serengeti National Park, and to Lamu Island off of the coast of Kenya.

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Brings history to life with captivating documentaries that take a fresh, modern look into history. We take our viewers on a powerful journey through time with intelligent, well researched programmes that entertain and challenge their minds. The focus is on european history, revealing the secrets of the past and how it defines us today.

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