TV Schedule

  • 00:20

    30 Jul

    Secrets of the Nazi War Machine - Season 1

    James Holland uncovers the truth behind Hitler's feared Panzer divisions and explores how the German obsession with over-engineering their armoured vehicles brought about their downfall.

  • 01:25

    30 Jul

    Deception WWII - Season 1

    WWII began with a deadly deception inside a Polish radio station; the early years of the war saw deception in its infancy, from code-breaking and spies to fake bombing sites and even inflatable tanks.

  • 02:20

    30 Jul

    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.

  • 03:15

    30 Jul

    The Engineering That Built the World - Season 1

    Two nations - France and America - compete to build a path just 50 miles long that will connect the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans; completing it will require overcoming every obstacle imaginable.

  • 04:15

    30 Jul

    Ancient Engineering - Season 1

    Angkor Wat is a 900-year-old temple covering more than 400 acres across the Cambodian jungle; it was completed in just 30 years. How did an early society with little technology build this monument?

  • 05:05

    30 Jul

    Roman Megastructures - Season 1

    Using 3D imagery, reconstitutions and interviews with historians and archaeologists, this episode tells the story of Gallo-Roman Paris and uncovers the vestiges of ancient Paris: Lutetia.

  • 06:10

    30 Jul

    Cursed Bloodlines - Season 1

    The name Rockefeller is synonymous with wealth, power, and American politics. Generation after generation has been marked by tragedy; is there a debt to pay for their money-motivated actions?

  • 06:35

    30 Jul

    Forbidden History - Season 7

    The crucifixion of Jesus changed the world; how much of our understanding of this event is true, and what answers can be found in the Holy Land to back up the Bible's story?

  • 07:35

    30 Jul

    Scanning the Nile - Season 1

    Built on the shores of the Nile, Luxor is home to the greatest monuments of the New Kingdom: the Karnak complex, the temple of Denderah, and the million-year-old castle of Ramesses II.

  • 08:35

    30 Jul

    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.

  • 09:35

    30 Jul

    Normandy: Land of Warriors - Season 1

    Philip Augustus, the king of France, has one objective: to conquer the Normandy of Duke Richard the Lionheart. John Lackland, the Duke of Normandy's own brother, and Philip unite against Richard.

  • 10:40

    30 Jul

    Greatest Events of World War II In Colour - Season 1

    Hitler's audacious plan to turn the tide of the war; colourised archive depicts the Germans' opening salvo artillery barrage and George Patton's arrival in Bastogne to break the German siege.

  • 11:45

    30 Jul

    Deception WWII - Season 1

    WWII began with a deadly deception inside a Polish radio station; the early years of the war saw deception in its infancy, from code-breaking and spies to fake bombing sites and even inflatable tanks.

  • 12:45

    30 Jul

    Secrets of the Nazi War Machine - Season 1

    At the outbreak of World War II, the Nazis had the finest airforce in the entire world; James Holland learns how internecine squabbles led the Nazi High Command on the catastrophic road to defeat.

  • 13:50

    30 Jul

    Women Under Hitler's Flag - Season 1

    This first episode, which begins with Hitler's arrival in power in 1933, goes back to the roots of the indoctrination of young German girls within the female branch of the Hitler Youth (BDM).

  • 14:50

    30 Jul

    Women Under Hitler's Flag - Season 1

    Women were far from mere witnesses or accomplices by 1942 - and played a role as important as it was deadly. After the war, the women of the Reich simply slipped through the judicial net.

  • 15:50

    30 Jul

    Scanning the Nile - Season 1

    Built on the shores of the Nile, Luxor is home to the greatest monuments of the New Kingdom: the Karnak complex, the temple of Denderah, and the million-year-old castle of Ramesses II.

  • 16:50

    30 Jul

    Normandy: Land of Warriors - Season 1

    Philip Augustus, the king of France, has one objective: to conquer the Normandy of Duke Richard the Lionheart. John Lackland, the Duke of Normandy's own brother, and Philip unite against Richard.

  • 17:55

    30 Jul

    Greatest Events of World War II In Colour - Season 1

    Hitler's audacious plan to turn the tide of the war; colourised archive depicts the Germans' opening salvo artillery barrage and George Patton's arrival in Bastogne to break the German siege.

  • 19:00

    30 Jul

    Deception WWII - Season 1

    WWII began with a deadly deception inside a Polish radio station; the early years of the war saw deception in its infancy, from code-breaking and spies to fake bombing sites and even inflatable tanks.

  • 20:00

    30 Jul

    Secrets of the Nazi War Machine - Season 1

    James Holland uncovers the truth behind Hitler's feared Panzer divisions and explores how the German obsession with over-engineering their armoured vehicles brought about their downfall.

  • 21:00

    30 Jul

    The Engineering That Built the World - Season 1 New

    Two nations - France and America - compete to build a path just 50 miles long that will connect the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans; completing it will require overcoming every obstacle imaginable.

  • 22:15

    30 Jul

    Ancient Engineering - Season 1

    Angkor Wat is a 900-year-old temple covering more than 400 acres across the Cambodian jungle; it was completed in just 30 years. How did an early society with little technology build this monument?

  • 23:20

    30 Jul

    Greatest Events of World War II In Colour - Season 1

    Hitler's audacious plan to turn the tide of the war; colourised archive depicts the Germans' opening salvo artillery barrage and George Patton's arrival in Bastogne to break the German siege.

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