TV Schedule

  • 00:15

    12 Aug

    Secret Nazi Bases - Season 3

    The Nazis had all but lost the war by March of 1945, but Hitler still sent throngs of soldiers to protect an isolated area of occupied Poland from oncoming forces. What was he trying to hide?

  • 01:15

    12 Aug

    World War II: The Price of Empire - Season 1

    The inter-war years saw the rise of dictators, appeasement and the policies of the Third Reich until the invasion of Poland, and Japan's 1937 invasion of China escalated into a full-scale conflict.

  • 02:15

    12 Aug

    Top Ten Warfare - Season 1

    20th-century battles have changed the course of history; the Battle of the Somme saw over 60,000 casualties on the first day alone and D-Day marked the beginning of Hitler's ultimate defeat.

  • 03:10

    12 Aug

    Bomber: Terror of WWII - Season 1

    The firebombing of Tokyo signalled the power of the B29 bomber, the development of which exceeded in cost the Manhattan Project that produced the A-bomb.

  • 04:00

    12 Aug

    Nazi Secret Files - Season 1

    Newly-discovered secret files uncover the shocking extent of a Nazi drugs programme; from the start of WWII, the German blitzkrieg was fuelled by the powerful narcotic crystal meth.

  • 04:50

    12 Aug

    Forbidden History - Season 6

    The Bermuda Triangle is a loosely defined region, in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, where a number of aircraft and ships are said to have been abandoned or disappeared.

  • 05:35

    12 Aug

    Cursed Bloodlines - Season 1

    J. Paul Getty was renowned for his wealth and frugality as well as his lack of empathy and compassion for his family. He would marry four times and sire five sons, but he died old and alone.

  • 06:05

    12 Aug

    Forbidden History - Season 6

    The Bermuda Triangle is a loosely defined region, in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, where a number of aircraft and ships are said to have been abandoned or disappeared.

  • 06:55

    12 Aug

    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.

  • 08:05

    12 Aug

    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?

  • 09:10

    12 Aug

    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.

  • 10:25

    12 Aug

    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.

  • 11:30

    12 Aug

    World War II: The Price of Empire - Season 1

    The inter-war years saw the rise of dictators, appeasement and the policies of the Third Reich until the invasion of Poland, and Japan's 1937 invasion of China escalated into a full-scale conflict.

  • 12:35

    12 Aug

    Secret Nazi Bases - Season 3

    The Nazis spent the war pillaging museums, emptying coffers, and stealing everything of value; with so much still missing, where did the Nazis hide their stolen hoards?

  • 13:35

    12 Aug

    Queens That Changed The World - Season 1

    For centuries Hatshepsut demanded to be represented as male complete with beard in contemporary depictions; she was in fact a brilliant queen who brought wealth and artistry to Ancient Egypt.

  • 14:30

    12 Aug

    The Crusades - Season 1

    Retracing the steps of the Crusaders from a small town in France to the magnificent cities of the Holy Land, Dr Thomas Asbridge brings the human experience of the Crusades to life.

  • 15:30

    12 Aug

    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?

  • 16:35

    12 Aug

    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.

  • 17:50

    12 Aug

    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.

  • 18:55

    12 Aug

    World War II: The Price of Empire - Season 1

    The inter-war years saw the rise of dictators, appeasement and the policies of the Third Reich until the invasion of Poland, and Japan's 1937 invasion of China escalated into a full-scale conflict.

  • 20:00

    12 Aug

    Secret Nazi Bases - Season 3 New

    The Nazis had all but lost the war by March of 1945, but Hitler still sent throngs of soldiers to protect an isolated area of occupied Poland from oncoming forces. What was he trying to hide?

  • 21:00

    12 Aug

    Bomber: Terror of WWII - Season 1

    The firebombing of Tokyo signalled the power of the B29 bomber, the development of which exceeded in cost the Manhattan Project that produced the A-bomb.

  • 22:05

    12 Aug

    Nazi Secret Files - Season 1

    Newly-discovered secret files uncover the shocking extent of a Nazi drugs programme; from the start of WWII, the German blitzkrieg was fuelled by the powerful narcotic crystal meth.

  • 23:05

    12 Aug

    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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