TV Schedule

  • 01:05

    12 Jun

    Top Ten Warfare - Season 1

    Warfare has always driven the development of technology; from penicillin and pioneering plastic surgery to the development of the internet and GPS, we rank the most influential inventions of warfare.

  • 02:05

    12 Jun

    World War II - Battles for Europe - Season 1

    September 1944: Montgomery proposes a bold plan to cross the Rhine and encircle Germany's industrial heartland. If successful, his plan could end the war by Christmas.

  • 03:00

    12 Jun

    D-Day: The Soldiers' Story - Season 1

    Giles Milton visits key D-Day sites along the Normandy coastline - including Omaha Beach and Pegasus Bridge - and we hear the stories of the men and women on both the attacking and defensive lines.

  • 03:45

    12 Jun

    D-Day: The Soldiers' Story - Season 1

    Giles Milton guides us round Normandy - the place where the D-Day invasion proved successful - from the gliders who went behind enemy lines to paratroopers who ambushed vital German generals.

  • 04:35

    12 Jun

    Secret Nazi Science - Season 1

    The Nazis built a number of radar stations and systems harnessing the power of frequencies to help them plot their next move; were they also harnessing the power of the Sun itself?

  • 06:00

    12 Jun

    Mummies Unwrapped - Season 1

    The mangled mummy of Pharaoh Seqenenre Taa is a murder mystery that endures to this day; we discover the truth behind his brutal and humiliating death.

  • 06:55

    12 Jun

    Treasures with Bettany Hughes - Season 2

    Bettany travels to Azerbaijan, which sits between the Caspian Sea and the Caucasus Mountain range; it was a strategic position on the ancient Silk Roads that left a legacy of diverse cultures.

  • 07:55

    12 Jun

    Rise and Fall: The Turning Points of World War II - Season 1

    The Axis forces begin to lose hold on their previous triumphs; between Japan's loosening hold on southeast Asia and Germany's growing defeats in Europe, we begin to see WW2's turning of the tide.

  • 09:00

    12 Jun

    World War II - Battles for Europe - Season 1

    September 1944: Montgomery proposes a bold plan to cross the Rhine and encircle Germany's industrial heartland. If successful, his plan could end the war by Christmas.

  • 10:05

    12 Jun

    Top Ten Warfare - Season 1

    Warfare has always driven the development of technology; from penicillin and pioneering plastic surgery to the development of the internet and GPS, we rank the most influential inventions of warfare.

  • 11:15

    12 Jun

    Roman Megastructures - Season 1

    During the Gallic Wars, Arles in the south of France fared really well. The most beautiful Roman monuments were built there, hence Arles was nicknamed 'the little Rome of Ancient Gaul'.

  • 12:20

    12 Jun

    Ancient Superstructures - Season 2

    Hidden in the tropical jungle of Cambodia is the largest religious structure ever built - the majestic temple of Angkor Wat. Archaeologists discover the mysteries of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  • 13:35

    12 Jun

    Ancient Superstructures - Season 1

    Nestled in the Jordanian desert, Petra is regarded as the eighth wonder of the world; scientists are still fascinated by its facades carved into the rock, its temples, and its unique hydraulic system.

  • 14:35

    12 Jun

    Treasures with Bettany Hughes - Season 2

    Bettany travels to Azerbaijan, which sits between the Caspian Sea and the Caucasus Mountain range; it was a strategic position on the ancient Silk Roads that left a legacy of diverse cultures.

  • 15:35

    12 Jun

    Mummies Unwrapped - Season 1

    The mangled mummy of Pharaoh Seqenenre Taa is a murder mystery that endures to this day; we discover the truth behind his brutal and humiliating death.

  • 16:35

    12 Jun

    Myths: Great Mysteries of Humanity - Season 3

    Alexander the Great is the most famous commander of all time, but his grave was lost some 1,000 years ago and researchers around the world have been looking for it ever since.

  • 17:40

    12 Jun

    Rise and Fall: The Turning Points of World War II - Season 1

    We witness the final moments and aftermath of World War II with the establishment of war crime trials - such as the ones in Nuremberg - and move towards peace with the creation of the United Nations.

  • 18:50

    12 Jun

    World War II - Battles for Europe - Season 1

    September 1944: Montgomery proposes a bold plan to cross the Rhine and encircle Germany's industrial heartland. If successful, his plan could end the war by Christmas.

  • 19:55

    12 Jun

    Top Ten Warfare - Season 1

    Warfare has always driven the development of technology; from penicillin and pioneering plastic surgery to the development of the internet and GPS, we rank the most influential inventions of warfare.

  • 21:00

    12 Jun

    D-Day: The Soldiers' Story - Season 1

    Giles Milton visits key D-Day sites along the Normandy coastline - including Omaha Beach and Pegasus Bridge - and we hear the stories of the men and women on both the attacking and defensive lines.

  • 22:00

    12 Jun

    D-Day: The Soldiers' Story - Season 1

    Giles Milton guides us round Normandy - the place where the D-Day invasion proved successful - from the gliders who went behind enemy lines to paratroopers who ambushed vital German generals.

  • 23:00

    12 Jun

    Secret Nazi Science - Season 1

    The Nazis built a number of radar stations and systems harnessing the power of frequencies to help them plot their next move; were they also harnessing the power of the Sun itself?

  • 23:55

    12 Jun

    Rise and Fall: The Turning Points of World War II - Season 1

    We witness the final moments and aftermath of World War II with the establishment of war crime trials - such as the ones in Nuremberg - and move towards peace with the creation of the United Nations.

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