TV Schedule

  • 00:40

    17 Feb

    WWII: Race To Victory - Season 1

    The 6th of June, 1944 - D-Day: more than 156,000 British, American, and Canadian soldiers are transported across the English Channel in the largest seaborne invasion ever attempted.

  • 01:40

    17 Feb

    Treasures of the Indus - Season 1

    Pakistan is portrayed as a country of bombs, beards and burkhas all too often; Sona Datta shows how it used to be the meeting point for many faiths and has an intriguing multicultural past.

  • 02:20

    17 Feb

    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?

  • 03:05

    17 Feb

    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.

  • 03:50

    17 Feb

    Riddle of the Bones: Gender Revolution

  • 04:45

    17 Feb

    The Ghost of the Neolithic

  • 06:05

    17 Feb

    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

    17 Feb

    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.

  • 07:00

    17 Feb

    Strangest Things - Season 1

    Is a device that looks like a typewriter in a simple wooden box really one of the most dangerous weapons in history, and why is a modern helicopter carved in an ancient Egyptian temple?

  • 07:55

    17 Feb

    Planet of Treasures - Season 1

    Christopher Clark travels to Latin America; he follows the tracks of early advanced civilisations in Palenque and Teotihuacán and visits Cuba and the Galapagos Islands' national park.

  • 09:00

    17 Feb

    WWII: Frontlines - Season 1

    January-May 1944: atop the hill in Monte Cassino lies an abbey whose commander has forbidden military use of; the abbey is reduced to rubble despite this and the fight claims over 200,000 deaths.

  • 10:05

    17 Feb

    The World War: 1914-1945 - Season 1

    During WWI, men had to endure combat and extreme conditions; civilians dealt with food shortages and raids. The insidiousness of ethnic cleansing raised its head, and a young Adolf Hitler took note.

  • 11:00

    17 Feb

    Greatest Events of World War II In Colour - Season 1

    The final hours of WW2 change the course of history; as the Americans inch closer to Japan, the Japanese fight with greater intensity. The question now is how to force capitulation.

  • 12:05

    17 Feb

    Deadman's Curse: The Lost Spanish Gold - Season 1

    The search for the truth behind the legend of Slumach has the team chasing leads; while many have died in pursuit of his riches, was one prospector murdered for what he knew or for what he found?

  • 13:00

    17 Feb

    Cracking The Code - Season 1

    Can a team of eccentric geniuses decode an encrypted German telegram in time, and will revealing its contents damage Britain's relationship with its ally America forever?

  • 14:00

    17 Feb

    Treasures Decoded - Season 3

    In 1952, a team of archaeologists discovered a copper scroll in a cave high above the Dead Sea; it was classified as a Dead Sea Scroll, but this was no Biblical text - it was a treasure map.

  • 15:00

    17 Feb

    Egypt's Unexplained Files - Season 1

    Scientists and historians investigate whether colossal volcanoes toppled an ancient dynasty; they also reveal how man-made changes to the landscape threaten what remains of Egypt's great civilisation.

  • 15:55

    17 Feb

    Strangest Things - Season 1

    Is a device that looks like a typewriter in a simple wooden box really one of the most dangerous weapons in history, and why is a modern helicopter carved in an ancient Egyptian temple?

  • 16:50

    17 Feb

    Myths: Great Mysteries of Humanity - Season 1

    The Mothman: a creature that has been haunting the American town of Point Pleasant since the 1960s. Over 100 people claim to have seen him, but no-one can explain what it is or where it comes from.

  • 17:55

    17 Feb

    WWII: Frontlines - Season 1

    January-May 1944: atop the hill in Monte Cassino lies an abbey whose commander has forbidden military use of; the abbey is reduced to rubble despite this and the fight claims over 200,000 deaths.

  • 19:00

    17 Feb

    The World War: 1914-1945 - Season 1

    During WWI, men had to endure combat and extreme conditions; civilians dealt with food shortages and raids. The insidiousness of ethnic cleansing raised its head, and a young Adolf Hitler took note.

  • 19:55

    17 Feb

    Greatest Events of World War II In Colour - Season 1

    The final hours of WW2 change the course of history; as the Americans inch closer to Japan, the Japanese fight with greater intensity. The question now is how to force capitulation.

  • 21:00

    17 Feb

    Treasures of the Indus - Season 1

    Pakistan is portrayed as a country of bombs, beards and burkhas all too often; Sona Datta shows how it used to be the meeting point for many faiths and has an intriguing multicultural past.

  • 21:55

    17 Feb

    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?

  • 22:50

    17 Feb

    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.

  • 23:45

    17 Feb

    War Factories - Season 2

    Fiat didn't just make cars - they also made trains and planes, and like modern-day kingmakers, they made and broke governments too.

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