TV Schedule

  • 00:10

    17 Jul

    Secret Nazi Science - Season 1

    What secrets did the Nazis hope to find inside the cells and DNA of the human body? Some of the most nauseating Nazi experiments were performed in the name of creating a pure Aryan race.

  • 01:10

    17 Jul

    WWII: Frontlines - Season 1

    April 1945: Stalin's generals compete to raise the Red Flag over the Reichstag; a Panzer Army, two army groups, and the home guard are locked in a desperate battle with the encircling Red Army.

  • 02:10

    17 Jul

    Top Ten Warfare - Season 1

    From the super-dreadnought battleships of the First World War to the stealth submarines of the Cold War, maritime vessels have proved decisive in the fight for naval supremacy.

  • 03:00

    17 Jul

    Hitler's Power - Season 1

    How could a nobody become a dictator and bring down a democracy in just a few years, what crucial events helped Hitler gain respectability and influence, and who were his supporters?

  • 03:55

    17 Jul

    Hitler's Power - Season 1

    How did Hitler succeed in transforming a republic into a 'Führer state' in such a short time, how did the 'enforced conformity' of society take place, and how willingly did the Germans fall in line?

  • 04:45

    17 Jul

    Hitler's Power - Season 1

    Hitler had outwardly emphasised his will for peace, yet he committed his top commanders once he came to power to a war of extermination that would secure the German Reich's supremacy in Europe.

  • 05:35

    17 Jul

    Cursed Bloodlines - Season 1

    The tragic histories of the political dynasties of the Bhutto family in Pakistan and the Nehru-Gandhi family in India are often compared to that of America's Kennedy family.

  • 06:15

    17 Jul

    Forbidden History - Season 7

    We discover an intriguing new theory about Göbekli Tepe in southern Turkey; one of the world's oldest mysteries dating back over 12,000 years, we still don't understand who built it or why.

  • 07:00

    17 Jul

    Forbidden History - Season 7

    The remains of 7,000 humans were discovered in the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, Malta's Neolithic temple; could the temple reveal the mystery of who they belonged to and what happened to its owners?

  • 07:55

    17 Jul

    Treasures Decoded - Season 4

    The ancient city of Petra, hidden in the barren desert of southern Jordan, has captured the global imagination; what could have led such a grand and elaborate city to be abandoned?

  • 08:55

    17 Jul

    Treasures with Bettany Hughes - Season 3

    Estonia has been fought over by many empires; Bettany sails to Saaremaa - Estonia's 'Viking Island' - visits its capital Tallinn, and investigates the island of Kihnu and 'the land of bogs' Soomaa.

  • 09:55

    17 Jul

    Genghis Khan's Mongolia - Season 1

    The legend of the Mongols in popular imagination of being bloodthirsty marauders has been obliterated by a more nuanced reality of Mongol life where people were rewarded for talent and not status.

  • 10:55

    17 Jul

    Greatest Events of World War II In Colour - Season 1

    As World War II drags on into another bitter winter, the Allies become desperate to end the conflict. Churchill turns to his formidable bomber force to break the deadlock.

  • 11:55

    17 Jul

    WWII: Frontlines - Season 1

    April 1945: Stalin's generals compete to raise the Red Flag over the Reichstag; a Panzer Army, two army groups, and the home guard are locked in a desperate battle with the encircling Red Army.

  • 13:00

    17 Jul

    Secret Nazi Bases - Season 1

    A secret weapons programme in the heart of Austria could have ended badly for the Allies and may have indicated nuclear plans being concocted by Hitler.

  • 14:00

    17 Jul

    The Engineering That Built the World - Season 1

    A little-known 19th-century French artist embarks on an impossible 20-year odyssey to build the tallest statue in the world and erects it on US soil.

  • 14:55

    17 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?

  • 15:55

    17 Jul

    Treasures Decoded - Season 4

    The ancient city of Petra, hidden in the barren desert of southern Jordan, has captured the global imagination; what could have led such a grand and elaborate city to be abandoned?

  • 16:55

    17 Jul

    Genghis Khan's Mongolia - Season 1

    The legend of the Mongols in popular imagination of being bloodthirsty marauders has been obliterated by a more nuanced reality of Mongol life where people were rewarded for talent and not status.

  • 17:50

    17 Jul

    Greatest Events of World War II In Colour - Season 1

    As World War II drags on into another bitter winter, the Allies become desperate to end the conflict. Churchill turns to his formidable bomber force to break the deadlock.

  • 18:55

    17 Jul

    WWII: Frontlines - Season 1

    April 1945: Stalin's generals compete to raise the Red Flag over the Reichstag; a Panzer Army, two army groups, and the home guard are locked in a desperate battle with the encircling Red Army.

  • 20:00

    17 Jul

    Secret Nazi Science - Season 1

    What secrets did the Nazis hope to find inside the cells and DNA of the human body? Some of the most nauseating Nazi experiments were performed in the name of creating a pure Aryan race.

  • 21:00

    17 Jul

    Hitler's Power - Season 1

    How could a nobody become a dictator and bring down a democracy in just a few years, what crucial events helped Hitler gain respectability and influence, and who were his supporters?

  • 22:05

    17 Jul

    Hitler's Power - Season 1

    How did Hitler succeed in transforming a republic into a 'Führer state' in such a short time, how did the 'enforced conformity' of society take place, and how willingly did the Germans fall in line?

  • 23:05

    17 Jul

    Greatest Events of World War II In Colour - Season 1

    As World War II drags on into another bitter winter, the Allies become desperate to end the conflict. Churchill turns to his formidable bomber force to break the deadlock.

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