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6:00am
Impossible Engineering
Season 4 Episode 7 of 10
Personal Jet Suit A look at the history of personal flight, culminating in Richard Browning and his team of engineers' development of the Gravity Industries Jet Suit

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7:10am
Impossible Engineering
Season 4 Episode 8 of 10
The 1,000mph Car An insight into a team of engineers in Perth's attempts to not only break the 763mph land speed record set back in 1997, but also go past the 1,000mph barrier

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8:00am
Forbidden History
Season 2 Episode 3 of 6
The Illuminati Jamie Theakston investigates the secretive Rosicrucian Order, whose members included Leonardo Da Vinci and Isaac Newton

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9:00am
Abandoned Engineering
Season 7 Episode 5 of 12
El Dorado Canyon An American desert canyon where fortunes were made and lives were lost, and an island fortress in Scotland with an Achilles heel

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10:00am
Abandoned Engineering
Season 7 Episode 6 of 12
The Mafia Bunker An iron monster lost in the Alaskan tundra, a Crusader fort thrown into a modern conflict, and a prison built to house a mafia kingpin

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11:00am
Fred Dibnah's Age of Steam
Season 1 Episode 5 of 6
Steam on the Water The development of the steamship, from the earliest paddle boats and the first iron-hulled vessels to modern sport screw propellers and ships powered by steam turbines, such as the Royal Yacht Britannia

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11:30am
Fred Dibnah's Age of Steam
Season 1 Episode 6 of 6
Steam and the Modern Age An examination of the major advances made with the invention of the steam turbine, which is still used today to generate electricity in coal-fired and nuclear power stations. Fred also discovers how the country's steam heritage is preserved by museums and societies throughout the country

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12:00pm
Great British Railway Journeys
Season 2 Episode 19 of 25
Sandwich to Folkestone Michael Portillo travels from Sandwich to Folkestone, exploring a secret port that helped ferry troops and vital supplies to France in the First World War. He also visits Walmer Castle, once home to hero of Waterloo the Duke of Wellington, and discovers how the Victorians initiated the building of the Channel Tunnel

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12:30pm
Great British Railway Journeys
Season 2 Episode 20 of 25
Hythe to Hastings Michael Portillo travels along England's south coast from Hythe to Hastings. Along the way, he discovers a hardy breed of sheep on Romney Marsh, explores Kent's sparkling-wine industry and learns why the Victorians became obsessed with ferns

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1:00pm
Great British Railway Journeys
Season 2 Episode 21 of 25
Ayr to Paisley Michael Portillo embarks on a journey from Ayr to Skye. He begins by visiting the home town of poet Robert Burns and finds out how to make haggis. He then discovers the way in which the railway transformed the game of golf in Prestwick, and uncovers the story of the great Victorian tartan hoax in Paisley

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1:30pm
Great British Railway Journeys
Season 2 Episode 22 of 25
Dumbarton to Tyndrum Michael Portillo embarks on the second leg of his journey along the west coast of Scotland from Ayr to Skye, stopping off to explore the Dumbarton shipyards that were responsible for the construction of the famous Cutty Sark. He also goes hunting for gold in the mountains, and visits Loch Lomond, one of Queen Victoria's favourite haunts

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2:00pm
Abandoned Engineering
Season 3 Episode 3 of 8
The Siege of Sarajevo Concrete channels hidden in a mountaintop forest, a collapsing bridge, a marooned military base and the upright rusting carcass of ship

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3:00pm
Abandoned Engineering
Season 3 Episode 4 of 8
Sabotage in the Mountains A towering structure with an explosive past, a deserted cityscape, a mysterious top-secret facility and a vast Nazi construction

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4:00pm
WW2 - Frontlines
Season 1 Episode 3 of 8
Anzio On January 22nd 1944, two divisions land at the Italian port of Anzio in one of the easiest Allied amphibious assaults of the war

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5:00pm
The World at War
Season 1 Episode 9 of 27
Stalingrad How the myth of German invincibility was finally debunked by their defeat at the Battle of Stalingrad. Narrated by Laurence Olivier

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6:00pm
Fred Dibnah's Building of Britain
Season 1 Episode 1 of 6
Mighty Cathedrals Fred uncovers the construction techniques of stonemasons and carpenters through the ages, focusing on Norman cathedrals. The former steeplejack admires Peterborough Cathedral and Rochester Castle, where he demonstrates how tactics used to invade the fortress centuries ago resemble today's demolition methods

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6:30pm
Fred Dibnah's Building of Britain
Season 1 Episode 2 of 6
The Art of Castle Building The ex-steeplejack tours the coast of north Wales, visiting Harlech, Caernarfon and Beaumaris to admire the defensive features of the strongholds that helped Edward I subdue the Welsh. On the orders of the king, French architect Master James of St Georges revolutionised castle design in England

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7:00pm
The Architecture The Railways Built
Season 2 Episode 9 of 10
Huddersfield Tim Dunn explores Huddersfield's Grade I listed station and examines the station's clock, and visits Cologne's magnificent Hohenzollern Bridge in Germany

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8:00pm
Great British Railway Journeys
Season 11 Episode 3 of 15
Falkirk to Dundee Following the route of the old Caledonian Railway Company, Michael Portillo discovers the 'Riviera of the Highlands'. With a daily direct train service to Kings Cross, Gleneagles remains a top destination and is also headquarters for the British School of Falconry. Berry Town, aka Blairgowrie, is Michael's next stop. At the home of the Scottish raspberry industry, which once sent fruit to London daily on board a raspberry special service from Cooper Angus station, Michael learns how to pick this most delicate of berries. The last stop on this leg is the city of Dundee, where he visits publisher DC Thomson

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8:30pm
Great British Railway Journeys
Season 11 Episode 4 of 15
Dundee to Aberdeen Michael Portillo continues his railway journey from Newcastle to Loch Ness, steered by his 1930s Bradshaw's Guide. Stopping at Dundee, Michael heads for Glamis Castle, where Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, the Queen Mother, grew up. Michael hears about her happy childhood and how she later found sanctuary there, when King Edward VIII abdicated and she and Prince Albert unexpectedly became king and queen of the United Kingdom

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9:00pm
Bangers and Cash
Season 4 Episode 6 of 8
Derek heads to Suffolk to collect two Bentleys with a majestic pedigree; Cynthia a stunning 1963 S3 and Harry, a 1965 Continental

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10:00pm
Open All Hours
Season 1 Episode 4 of 6
Beware of the Dog Following a break-in, Arkwright decides to buy a guard dog to keep away potential burglars. Unfortunately, his new investment also scares off the customers

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10:40pm
Open All Hours
Season 1 Episode 5 of 6
The Well-Catered Funeral Arkwright attends a former customer's funeral, leaving Granville in charge of the store. However, the miserly shopkeeper has difficulty trusting his nephew to run it properly

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11:20pm
Open All Hours
Season 1 Episode 6 of 6
Apples and Self Service Miserly shopkeeper Arkwright organises a sales drive in a bid to boost profits - and rid himself of the vast consignment of apples he has mistakenly ordered. An unhappy Granville is persuaded to demonstrate the merchandise. Classic comedy, starring Ronnie Barker and David Jason

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12:00am
Abandoned Engineering
Season 7 Episode 5 of 12
El Dorado Canyon An American desert canyon where fortunes were made and lives were lost, and an island fortress in Scotland with an Achilles heel

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1:00am
Impossible Engineering
Season 4 Episode 7 of 10
Personal Jet Suit A look at the history of personal flight, culminating in Richard Browning and his team of engineers' development of the Gravity Industries Jet Suit

Category Education/Science/Factual
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2:00am
Impossible Engineering
Season 4 Episode 8 of 10
The 1,000mph Car An insight into a team of engineers in Perth's attempts to not only break the 763mph land speed record set back in 1997, but also go past the 1,000mph barrier

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

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