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6:00am
Walking Through History
Season 2 Episode 2 of 3
The Lakes: Walking Through History It was 30 years after the Romans invaded Britain that they were ready to take on the challenge of conquering the Lake District. With the toughest landscape they had encountered in the nation, peopled by a rebellious tribe, it was no small task, but within a few years, the whole of Lakeland was under their control. Tony Robinson tackles the journey by himself, walking 50 miles from Penrith to Ambleside and on to the Irish Sea at Ravenglass, discovering that the Romans encountered beauty and danger in equal measure

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles)
Rating
3.1
 
   
7:10am
Walking Through History
Season 2 Episode 3 of 3
Cornwall: Walking Through History Tony Robinson takes a four-day trek along the coastline between Plymouth in Devon and Falmouth, learning about the thriving smuggling trade in Cornwall during the late 18th century. The area's tiny secretive harbours, beaches and secluded coves were ideal for illicit imports such as tobacco and brandy, and the business was so huge it threatened the national economy. Along his route, visiting such beauty spots as Lantic Bay and Polperro, he encounters all sorts of reminders of the trade and meets descendants of those involved

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles)
Rating
3.1
 
   
8:00am
World War Weird
Season 3 Episode 4 of 8
The true story of Franz Stigler, a German Luftwaffe pilot in the Second World War who risked his own life to save the crew of an American B-17 bomber

Category News/Current Affairs
(Subtitles)
Rating
3.5
 
   
9:00am
World War Weird
Season 3 Episode 5 of 8
While Nazi scientists were conducting brutal experiments in an attempt to create an Aryan master race, a team of zoologists were overseeing their own bizarre science trials

Category News/Current Affairs
(Subtitles)
Rating
3.5
 
   
10:00am
World War Weird
Season 3 Episode 6 of 8
A program set up by the Special Operations Executive, the forerunner to MI6, to undermine German and Japanese officers by spraying them with a foul-smelling substance

Category News/Current Affairs
(Subtitles)
Rating
3.5
 
   
11:00am
WW2 - Battles for Europe
Season 1 Episode 1 of 8
D-Day Eye-witness veteran testimony from men who served under fire on the frontline, taking viewers to the heart of iconic moments in the history of warfare. The first episode looks at the Allied invasion of Europe, which began on June 6 1944 - D-Day. British, American and Canadian troops stormed the beaches of Normandy in what would become known as The Longest Day

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles)
Rating
5
 
   
12:00pm
WW2 - Battles for Europe
Season 1 Episode 2 of 8
Battle for Caen This edition examines the efforts of the British and Canadians who fought elite German divisions to capture the city of Caen, the key to breaking out of Normandy

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles)
Rating
5
 
   
1:00pm
The Architecture The Railways Built
Season 1 Episode 6 of 10
Tim Dunn explores St Pancras station in London and its sister hotel - built to show off the might of the Midlands, and learns about Castle Howard station in North Yorkshire

Category Arts/Culture (without music)
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
8
 
   
2:00pm
The Architecture The Railways Built
Season 1 Episode 7 of 10
Tim Dunn rides up Mount Snowdon's railway to visit the summit station, and discovers how a glass structure envelopes Strasbourg's 19th-century station

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
8
 
   
3:00pm
The Architecture The Railways Built
Season 1 Episode 8 of 10
Tim Dunn visits the former HQ of London Underground, 55 Broadway, which was the capital's first skyscraper, and sees the timber-framed Barmouth Bridge in north Wales

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
8
 
   
4:00pm
The Architecture The Railways Built
Season 1 Episode 9 of 10
Tim Dunn visits the architecture of the Stockton & Darlington railway, the first passenger steam line in the world and learns how Essex's enormous Chappel Viaduct was built

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
8
 
   
5:00pm
The Architecture The Railways Built
Season 1 Episode 10 of 10
Tim Dunn visits Swindon's railway village, which became home to Great Western's enormous works and he also explores the dark and secret past of Milan's station

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
8
 
   
6:00pm
The Architecture The Railways Built
Season 1 Episode 6 of 10
Tim Dunn explores St Pancras station in London and its sister hotel - built to show off the might of the Midlands, and learns about Castle Howard station in North Yorkshire

Category Arts/Culture (without music)
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
8
 
   
7:00pm
Train Truckers
Season 1 Episode 1 of 6
Classic Steam Locomotive Documentary following the exploits of a family-run crew of heavy-haulage specialists as they transport the heaviest, longest and most precious locomotives around the world. Terry and Jason have been called in to move legendary steam locomotive Britannia. The 68-year-old vehicle has undergone a major restoration in Crewe and is scheduled to start running at the Severn Valley Railway

Category Leisure/Hobbies
(Subtitles)
Rating
0
 
   
8:00pm
'Allo 'Allo!
Season 2 Episode 6 of 6
Herr Flick's Revenge Rene, Hans and the Colonel are taken to the chateau's dungeons for interrogation at the hands of Herr Flick and his fiendish organ music. Meanwhile, the British airmen prepare to make their escape by balloon. Wartime comedy, starring Gorden Kaye, Richard Gibson and Richard Marner

Category Sitcom
(Subtitles)
Rating
7.5
 
   
8:40pm
'Allo 'Allo!
Season 1 Episode 1 of 8
The British Are Coming First episode of the Second World War comedy set in German-occupied France about the misadventures of womanising cafe owner Rene Artois, whose cafe is commandeered by the Resistance to shelter two airmen. Starring Gorden Kaye, Carmen Silvera and Vicki Michelle

Category Sitcom
(Subtitles)
Rating
7.5
 
   
9:25pm
'Allo 'Allo!
Season 1 Episode 2 of 8
The British 'ave Come Herr Flick is in the village trying to trace a valuable painting, so Rene and the Colonel decide to smuggle it out with the two British airmen who are disguised unconvincingly as Germans

Category Sitcom
(Subtitles)
Rating
7.5
 
   
10:00pm
Chris Tarrant: Extreme Railway Journeys
Season 3 Episode 1 of 4
Ice Train to Nowhere Chris Tarrant returns for more train journeys through some of the world's most challenging terrain. He heads to the Arctic for a trip along the Alaska Railroad, but as he arrives in the port of Seward, it's not a great start as there are no trains running, so he ends up hitching a ride with a track inspector's car. He continues his journey on a freight train heading for Anchorage, Alaska's biggest city, and finally heads north on the Aurora passenger train to the town of Healy. Along the way he checks out the tiny village of Eklutna, which has great importance for the indigenous inhabitants, and goes for an intrepid fishing trip on a thawing frozen lake

Category News/Current Affairs
(Audio Described)
Rating
6.6
 
   
11:00pm
The Architecture The Railways Built
Season 1 Episode 7 of 10
Tim Dunn rides up Mount Snowdon's railway to visit the summit station, and discovers how a glass structure envelopes Strasbourg's 19th-century station

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
8
 
   
12:00am
The Architecture The Railways Built
Season 1 Episode 8 of 10
Tim Dunn visits the former HQ of London Underground, 55 Broadway, which was the capital's first skyscraper, and sees the timber-framed Barmouth Bridge in north Wales

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)
Rating
8
 
   
1:00am
Walking Through History
Season 2 Episode 2 of 3
The Lakes: Walking Through History It was 30 years after the Romans invaded Britain that they were ready to take on the challenge of conquering the Lake District. With the toughest landscape they had encountered in the nation, peopled by a rebellious tribe, it was no small task, but within a few years, the whole of Lakeland was under their control. Tony Robinson tackles the journey by himself, walking 50 miles from Penrith to Ambleside and on to the Irish Sea at Ravenglass, discovering that the Romans encountered beauty and danger in equal measure

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles)
Rating
3.1
 
   
2:00am
Walking Through History
Season 2 Episode 3 of 3
Cornwall: Walking Through History Tony Robinson takes a four-day trek along the coastline between Plymouth in Devon and Falmouth, learning about the thriving smuggling trade in Cornwall during the late 18th century. The area's tiny secretive harbours, beaches and secluded coves were ideal for illicit imports such as tobacco and brandy, and the business was so huge it threatened the national economy. Along his route, visiting such beauty spots as Lantic Bay and Polperro, he encounters all sorts of reminders of the trade and meets descendants of those involved

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles)
Rating
3.1
 
   
3:00am
Teleshopping
A chance to buy goods from the comfort of home

Category Leisure/Hobbies
Rating
2.6
 
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