PBS America

Back to Grid PBS America TV Listings

Thu 21 Jun

6:00am
Teleshopping
Buying goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 2.2
8:00am
Real Country House
The Heiress and the Air Ace
Season 1 Episode 1/4

Documentary delving into stories of upper-class living between the world wars using footage shot by Bobby Cunningham, who was married to Lord Mountbatten's sister Mary

8:35am
Real Country House
A Weekend at Six Mile Bottom
Season 1 Episode 2/4

The story continues with flamboyant Bobby and Mary Cunningham-Reid transforming the country house into an entertainment palace. Complete with tennis courts, a cocktail bar and a swimming pool, the property soon became the hottest party venue in town, granting the couple access to an enchanted world of flirtation and intrigue. Footage from Bobby's camera, coupled with interviews and film from the archive provide an insider's view of this most affluent society
(Subtitles)

9:05am
Kingdom of David: The Saga of the Israelites
The Gifts of the Jews
Season 1 Episode 4/4

Following the destruction of the Temple, the Romans killed nearly 600,000 Jews and changed name of the region from Judea to Palestine. They also banned Jews from Jerusalem, forcing many to flee to distant lands. Christianity, a breakaway form of Judaism, subsequently developed. Narrated by Keith David

10:15am
Michael Wood's Story of England
The Great Famine and the Black Death
Season 1 Episode 3/6

The broadcaster explores how the great famine and the Black Death affected Kibworth during the 14th century. Delving into the local archives and aided by on-site archaeological excavations, he learns not only that two-thirds of the village's population were lost, but also how these tragic events helped create community spirit

Rating: 6.7
11:35am
Real Country House
The Heiress and the Air Ace
Season 1 Episode 1/4

Documentary delving into stories of upper-class living between the world wars using footage shot by Bobby Cunningham, who was married to Lord Mountbatten's sister Mary

12:05pm
Real Country House
A Weekend at Six Mile Bottom
Season 1 Episode 2/4

The story continues with flamboyant Bobby and Mary Cunningham-Reid transforming the country house into an entertainment palace. Complete with tennis courts, a cocktail bar and a swimming pool, the property soon became the hottest party venue in town, granting the couple access to an enchanted world of flirtation and intrigue. Footage from Bobby's camera, coupled with interviews and film from the archive provide an insider's view of this most affluent society
(Subtitles)

12:35pm
Ultimate Restorations
Badger Number 2: The Last Remaining Fish Car
Season 1 Episode 4/6

New series. Bob McNeil showcases more rescues of important pieces of machinery, beginning with the restoration of a train car built for the Wisconsin Fish Commission

Rating: 9
1:45pm
Kingdom of David: The Saga of the Israelites
The Gifts of the Jews
Season 1 Episode 4/4

Following the destruction of the Temple, the Romans killed nearly 600,000 Jews and changed name of the region from Judea to Palestine. They also banned Jews from Jerusalem, forcing many to flee to distant lands. Christianity, a breakaway form of Judaism, subsequently developed. Narrated by Keith David

3:00pm
Michael Wood's Story of England
The Great Famine and the Black Death
Season 1 Episode 3/6

The broadcaster explores how the great famine and the Black Death affected Kibworth during the 14th century. Delving into the local archives and aided by on-site archaeological excavations, he learns not only that two-thirds of the village's population were lost, but also how these tragic events helped create community spirit

Rating: 6.7
4:15pm
Real Country House
The Heiress and the Air Ace
Season 1 Episode 1/4

Documentary delving into stories of upper-class living between the world wars using footage shot by Bobby Cunningham, who was married to Lord Mountbatten's sister Mary

4:50pm
Real Country House
A Weekend at Six Mile Bottom
Season 1 Episode 2/4

The story continues with flamboyant Bobby and Mary Cunningham-Reid transforming the country house into an entertainment palace. Complete with tennis courts, a cocktail bar and a swimming pool, the property soon became the hottest party venue in town, granting the couple access to an enchanted world of flirtation and intrigue. Footage from Bobby's camera, coupled with interviews and film from the archive provide an insider's view of this most affluent society
(Subtitles)

5:20pm
Ultimate Restorations
Badger Number 2: The Last Remaining Fish Car
Season 1 Episode 4/6

New series. Bob McNeil showcases more rescues of important pieces of machinery, beginning with the restoration of a train car built for the Wisconsin Fish Commission

Rating: 9
6:35pm
Kingdom of David: The Saga of the Israelites
The Gifts of the Jews
Season 1 Episode 4/4

Following the destruction of the Temple, the Romans killed nearly 600,000 Jews and changed name of the region from Judea to Palestine. They also banned Jews from Jerusalem, forcing many to flee to distant lands. Christianity, a breakaway form of Judaism, subsequently developed. Narrated by Keith David

7:50pm
Ultimate Restorations
Cangarda: The Last American Steam Yacht
Season 1 Episode 5/6

Bob McNeil follows the progress of the restoration of the Cangarda, a steam yacht built in 1901 at the Pusey and Jones shipyard in Wilmington, Delaware

Rating: 9
9:00pm
Michael Wood's Story of England
Peasants' Revolt to Tudors
Season 1 Episode 4/6

The historian examines Kibworth's school archive and learns how peasant education was organised in the 14th century, with people establishing their own educational centres. Evidence also reveals that some villagers rebelled against Henry V and others aspired to become merchants in the textile town of Coventry

Rating: 6.7
10:15pm
American Lawmen
The Mafia v Petrosino
Season 1 Episode 2/8

A look at how New York City's first Italian-American police detective Joe Petrosino attempted to protect his people against the Mafia's ruthless stronghold on the community

11:20pm
Ultimate Restorations
Cangarda: The Last American Steam Yacht
Season 1 Episode 5/6

Bob McNeil follows the progress of the restoration of the Cangarda, a steam yacht built in 1901 at the Pusey and Jones shipyard in Wilmington, Delaware

Rating: 9
12:40am
Michael Wood's Story of England
Peasants' Revolt to Tudors
Season 1 Episode 4/6

The historian examines Kibworth's school archive and learns how peasant education was organised in the 14th century, with people establishing their own educational centres. Evidence also reveals that some villagers rebelled against Henry V and others aspired to become merchants in the textile town of Coventry

Rating: 6.7
2:00am
Teleshopping
Buying goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 2.2

Fri 22 Jun

6:00am
Teleshopping
Buying goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 2.2
8:00am
Real Country House
Our Man at Westminster
Season 1 Episode 3/4

A revealing look at how the glamour of the country house attracted leading politicians of the 1930s, and offered Bobby Cunningham-Reid a springboard to political power. Well-known Hollywood stars were also known to frequent the parties, lending no end of glamour to the proceedings and offering a tempting taste of showbiz - so tempting that the flamboyant hosts were to form a production company with Douglas Fairbanks Jr

8:35am
Real Country House
The Plainest Dressed Woman in Court
Season 1 Episode 4/4

Europe heads inexorably toward war, and the lavish world of the Cunningham-Reids collapses. No longer able to ignore his legendary philandering, Mary files for divorce, an action which prompts the Conservative hierarchy to remove her besieged husband's whip. Ever the cad, Bobby stands as an Independent candidate and plunges back into the pleasures of bachelor life
(Subtitles)

9:05am
The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
The Birth of a Dynasty
Season 1 Episode 1/4

The rise of the Medici banking family and the human stories behind the Italian Renaissance, beginning with the life of Cosimo de Medici who, after a bitter struggle with the rival Abizzi family, came to be recognised as one of the most powerful men in Florence. He oversaw the revival of classical art, commissioning the greatest craftsmen of the era, from Donatello to Gozzoli

Rating: 10
10:15am
Michael Wood's Story of England
Peasants' Revolt to Tudors
Season 1 Episode 4/6

The historian examines Kibworth's school archive and learns how peasant education was organised in the 14th century, with people establishing their own educational centres. Evidence also reveals that some villagers rebelled against Henry V and others aspired to become merchants in the textile town of Coventry

Rating: 6.7
11:35am
Real Country House
Our Man at Westminster
Season 1 Episode 3/4

A revealing look at how the glamour of the country house attracted leading politicians of the 1930s, and offered Bobby Cunningham-Reid a springboard to political power. Well-known Hollywood stars were also known to frequent the parties, lending no end of glamour to the proceedings and offering a tempting taste of showbiz - so tempting that the flamboyant hosts were to form a production company with Douglas Fairbanks Jr

12:05pm
Real Country House
The Plainest Dressed Woman in Court
Season 1 Episode 4/4

Europe heads inexorably toward war, and the lavish world of the Cunningham-Reids collapses. No longer able to ignore his legendary philandering, Mary files for divorce, an action which prompts the Conservative hierarchy to remove her besieged husband's whip. Ever the cad, Bobby stands as an Independent candidate and plunges back into the pleasures of bachelor life
(Subtitles)

12:40pm
Ultimate Restorations
Cangarda: The Last American Steam Yacht
Season 1 Episode 5/6

Bob McNeil follows the progress of the restoration of the Cangarda, a steam yacht built in 1901 at the Pusey and Jones shipyard in Wilmington, Delaware

Rating: 9
1:50pm
The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
The Birth of a Dynasty
Season 1 Episode 1/4

The rise of the Medici banking family and the human stories behind the Italian Renaissance, beginning with the life of Cosimo de Medici who, after a bitter struggle with the rival Abizzi family, came to be recognised as one of the most powerful men in Florence. He oversaw the revival of classical art, commissioning the greatest craftsmen of the era, from Donatello to Gozzoli

Rating: 10
3:05pm
Michael Wood's Story of England
Peasants' Revolt to Tudors
Season 1 Episode 4/6

The historian examines Kibworth's school archive and learns how peasant education was organised in the 14th century, with people establishing their own educational centres. Evidence also reveals that some villagers rebelled against Henry V and others aspired to become merchants in the textile town of Coventry

Rating: 6.7
4:20pm
Real Country House
Our Man at Westminster
Season 1 Episode 3/4

A revealing look at how the glamour of the country house attracted leading politicians of the 1930s, and offered Bobby Cunningham-Reid a springboard to political power. Well-known Hollywood stars were also known to frequent the parties, lending no end of glamour to the proceedings and offering a tempting taste of showbiz - so tempting that the flamboyant hosts were to form a production company with Douglas Fairbanks Jr

4:50pm
Real Country House
The Plainest Dressed Woman in Court
Season 1 Episode 4/4

Europe heads inexorably toward war, and the lavish world of the Cunningham-Reids collapses. No longer able to ignore his legendary philandering, Mary files for divorce, an action which prompts the Conservative hierarchy to remove her besieged husband's whip. Ever the cad, Bobby stands as an Independent candidate and plunges back into the pleasures of bachelor life
(Subtitles)

5:20pm
Ultimate Restorations
Cangarda: The Last American Steam Yacht
Season 1 Episode 5/6

Bob McNeil follows the progress of the restoration of the Cangarda, a steam yacht built in 1901 at the Pusey and Jones shipyard in Wilmington, Delaware

Rating: 9
6:35pm
The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
The Birth of a Dynasty
Season 1 Episode 1/4

The rise of the Medici banking family and the human stories behind the Italian Renaissance, beginning with the life of Cosimo de Medici who, after a bitter struggle with the rival Abizzi family, came to be recognised as one of the most powerful men in Florence. He oversaw the revival of classical art, commissioning the greatest craftsmen of the era, from Donatello to Gozzoli

Rating: 10
7:50pm
Ultimate Restorations
The Ahrens: Fox Fire Engine
Season 1 Episode 6/6

Bob McNeil follows the restoration of an Ahrens Fox firetruck, built in 1927 for the Kansas City Fire Department. Last in the series

Rating: 9
9:00pm
Michael Wood's Story of England
Henry VIII to the Industrial Revolution
Season 1 Episode 5/6

The broadcaster tracks Kibworth's 17th-century dissenters, explores the Grand Union Canal, a waterway that connects Birmingham with London, and discovers the achievements of a pioneering 18th-century feminist writer. The descendants of a highwayman transported to Australia uncover their roots, and the effects of the Industrial Revolution on the village are examined

Rating: 6.7
10:15pm
American Lawmen
The Gangbuster: Melvin Purvis
Season 1 Episode 3/8

A look at how the FBI's Melvin Purvis led the manhunt for the most dangerous men in America responsible for the wave of brutal crime during the Great Depression in the US Midwest

11:25pm
Ultimate Restorations
The Ahrens: Fox Fire Engine
Season 1 Episode 6/6

Bob McNeil follows the restoration of an Ahrens Fox firetruck, built in 1927 for the Kansas City Fire Department. Last in the series

Rating: 9
12:40am
Michael Wood's Story of England
Henry VIII to the Industrial Revolution
Season 1 Episode 5/6

The broadcaster tracks Kibworth's 17th-century dissenters, explores the Grand Union Canal, a waterway that connects Birmingham with London, and discovers the achievements of a pioneering 18th-century feminist writer. The descendants of a highwayman transported to Australia uncover their roots, and the effects of the Industrial Revolution on the village are examined

Rating: 6.7
2:00am
Teleshopping
Buying goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 2.2

Sat 23 Jun

6:00am
Teleshopping
Buying goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 2.2
8:00am
Ultimate Restorations
The Ahrens: Fox Fire Engine
Season 1 Episode 6/6

Bob McNeil follows the restoration of an Ahrens Fox firetruck, built in 1927 for the Kansas City Fire Department. Last in the series

Rating: 9
9:15am
The Scots Who Fought Franco
Season 1 Episode 1/2

The first of two programmes exploring the role Scots played in the Spanish Civil War, using previously unseen archive interviews to tell the stories of those who participated between 1936 and 1939. Their contributions are also chronicled through the words of relatives and experts on the conflict, and footage of Spanish battlefields then and now

Rating: 6.7
10:15am
The Scots Who Fought Franco
Season 1 Episode 2/2

The concluding part of the documentary shedding light on the lives and experiences of Scottish soldiers who fought in the Spanish Civil War. Narrator David Hayman once again utilises archive interviews to detail the exploits of Scots who joined the International Brigade, also known as the Brigaders

Rating: 6.7
11:15am
Ultimate Restorations
Badger Number 2: The Last Remaining Fish Car
Season 1 Episode 4/6

New series. Bob McNeil showcases more rescues of important pieces of machinery, beginning with the restoration of a train car built for the Wisconsin Fish Commission

Rating: 9
12:25pm
Ultimate Restorations
Cangarda: The Last American Steam Yacht
Season 1 Episode 5/6

Bob McNeil follows the progress of the restoration of the Cangarda, a steam yacht built in 1901 at the Pusey and Jones shipyard in Wilmington, Delaware

Rating: 9
1:35pm
Ultimate Restorations
The Ahrens: Fox Fire Engine
Season 1 Episode 6/6

Bob McNeil follows the restoration of an Ahrens Fox firetruck, built in 1927 for the Kansas City Fire Department. Last in the series

Rating: 9
2:50pm
Kill 'em All: American War Crimes in Korea
The shocking story of one of the largest massacres of civilians in American military history at No Gun Ri in South Korea in July 1950. Using first-hand accounts from Korean and American eyewitnesses and recently declassified documents, the film reveals how US commanders issued orders to open fire on unarmed civilians, including women and children

3:55pm
The Scots Who Fought Franco
Season 1 Episode 1/2

The first of two programmes exploring the role Scots played in the Spanish Civil War, using previously unseen archive interviews to tell the stories of those who participated between 1936 and 1939. Their contributions are also chronicled through the words of relatives and experts on the conflict, and footage of Spanish battlefields then and now

Rating: 6.7
5:00pm
The Scots Who Fought Franco
Season 1 Episode 2/2

The concluding part of the documentary shedding light on the lives and experiences of Scottish soldiers who fought in the Spanish Civil War. Narrator David Hayman once again utilises archive interviews to detail the exploits of Scots who joined the International Brigade, also known as the Brigaders

Rating: 6.7
6:00pm
Ultimate Restorations
Badger Number 2: The Last Remaining Fish Car
Season 1 Episode 4/6

New series. Bob McNeil showcases more rescues of important pieces of machinery, beginning with the restoration of a train car built for the Wisconsin Fish Commission

Rating: 9
7:15pm
Ultimate Restorations
Cangarda: The Last American Steam Yacht
Season 1 Episode 5/6

Bob McNeil follows the progress of the restoration of the Cangarda, a steam yacht built in 1901 at the Pusey and Jones shipyard in Wilmington, Delaware

Rating: 9
8:25pm
Ultimate Restorations
The Ahrens: Fox Fire Engine
Season 1 Episode 6/6

Bob McNeil follows the restoration of an Ahrens Fox firetruck, built in 1927 for the Kansas City Fire Department. Last in the series

Rating: 9
9:30pm
Kill 'em All: American War Crimes in Korea
The shocking story of one of the largest massacres of civilians in American military history at No Gun Ri in South Korea in July 1950. Using first-hand accounts from Korean and American eyewitnesses and recently declassified documents, the film reveals how US commanders issued orders to open fire on unarmed civilians, including women and children

10:35pm
Ultimate Restorations
Badger Number 2: The Last Remaining Fish Car
Season 1 Episode 4/6

New series. Bob McNeil showcases more rescues of important pieces of machinery, beginning with the restoration of a train car built for the Wisconsin Fish Commission

Rating: 9
11:40pm
Ultimate Restorations
Cangarda: The Last American Steam Yacht
Season 1 Episode 5/6

Bob McNeil follows the progress of the restoration of the Cangarda, a steam yacht built in 1901 at the Pusey and Jones shipyard in Wilmington, Delaware

Rating: 9
12:50am
Ultimate Restorations
The Ahrens: Fox Fire Engine
Season 1 Episode 6/6

Bob McNeil follows the restoration of an Ahrens Fox firetruck, built in 1927 for the Kansas City Fire Department. Last in the series

Rating: 9
2:00am
Teleshopping
Buying goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 2.2

Sun 24 Jun

6:00am
Teleshopping
Buying goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 2.2
8:00am
Kill 'em All: American War Crimes in Korea
The shocking story of one of the largest massacres of civilians in American military history at No Gun Ri in South Korea in July 1950. Using first-hand accounts from Korean and American eyewitnesses and recently declassified documents, the film reveals how US commanders issued orders to open fire on unarmed civilians, including women and children

9:15am
The Victorians
Painting the Town
Season 1 Episode 1/4

Jeremy Paxman employs 19th-century paintings to explore the urban expansion that took place in Victorian Britain. Travelling to Manchester, he tells the story of James Sharples, the ironworker painter who depicted the Industrial Revolution, before visiting Glasgow's Kelvingrove Art Gallery and then following in the footsteps of Gustave Dore, who detailed the squalor of London's East End

Rating: 7.5
10:30am
The Victorians
Home Sweet Home
Season 1 Episode 2/4

Jeremy Paxman explores how the era's artists portrayed domestic life, and contrasts paintings of pampered middle-class children with those depicting the poor. He also investigates sexual double standards, discovers some of the bizarre ways in which desires were kept in check, and visits an anatomy museum containing waxwork replicas of flesh diseased by syphilis

Rating: 7.5
11:50am
The Victorians
Having It All
Season 1 Episode 3/4

Jeremy Paxman continues his journey around Victorian Britain through the art of the era, exploring the power of the British Empire. He views a CGI re-creation of the Crystal Palace - the venue for the Great Exhibition of 1851, in which the nation celebrated its widespread influence. He also examines works that depict the rise of mass advertising and the consequences of workers being forced off the land, and tells the story of a pivotal London dock strike in 1889

Rating: 7.5
1:05pm
The Victorians
Dreams and Nightmares
Season 1 Episode 4/4

Jeremy Paxman reveals how, in the final years of Victoria's reign, artists led a revolt against materialistic social values, preferring to depict an idealised world filled with knights, damsels and fairies. In addition to meeting two spiritualist mediums, who give him their view of the subject, he visits Broadmoor hospital, where painter Richard Dadd spent his final years

Rating: 7.5
2:20pm
The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
The Birth of a Dynasty
Season 1 Episode 1/4

The rise of the Medici banking family and the human stories behind the Italian Renaissance, beginning with the life of Cosimo de Medici who, after a bitter struggle with the rival Abizzi family, came to be recognised as one of the most powerful men in Florence. He oversaw the revival of classical art, commissioning the greatest craftsmen of the era, from Donatello to Gozzoli

Rating: 10
3:35pm
The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
The Magnificent Medici
Season 1 Episode 2/4

The turbulent life of Lorenzo de Medici. He became the head of the family at the age of 20, and tolerated fresh ideas that encouraged the likes of Michelangelo and Botticelli to produce their greatest works. However, he failed to anticipate the advent of the radical monk Savonarola, which led to the Bonfire of the Vanities and had serious implications for the family's future

Rating: 10
4:50pm
The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
The Medici Popes
Season 1 Episode 3/4

How Giulio de' Medici and his cousin Giovanni returned from their enforced exile by assembling an army and storming Florence, overcoming the opposing forces to regain control of the city. There followed a period of excess, but when Giovanni, now Pope Leo X, funded his extravagances by agreeing to sell papal indulgences, he triggered a series of events which again saw the family face disaster

Rating: 10
6:00pm
The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
Power v Truth
Season 1 Episode 4/4

The rise of Cosimo de' Medici who, aided by his marriage to a Spanish princess, managed to extend his power over the whole of Tuscany. However, a disagreement about the family's sponsorship of Galileo, the greatest scientist of the age, threatened to destroy everything they had achieved, and the era of the Renaissance seemed to have run its course

Rating: 10
7:15pm
The Victorians
Painting the Town
Season 1 Episode 1/4

Jeremy Paxman employs 19th-century paintings to explore the urban expansion that took place in Victorian Britain. Travelling to Manchester, he tells the story of James Sharples, the ironworker painter who depicted the Industrial Revolution, before visiting Glasgow's Kelvingrove Art Gallery and then following in the footsteps of Gustave Dore, who detailed the squalor of London's East End

Rating: 7.5
8:35pm
The Victorians
Home Sweet Home
Season 1 Episode 2/4

Jeremy Paxman explores how the era's artists portrayed domestic life, and contrasts paintings of pampered middle-class children with those depicting the poor. He also investigates sexual double standards, discovers some of the bizarre ways in which desires were kept in check, and visits an anatomy museum containing waxwork replicas of flesh diseased by syphilis

Rating: 7.5
9:50pm
The Victorians
Having It All
Season 1 Episode 3/4

Jeremy Paxman continues his journey around Victorian Britain through the art of the era, exploring the power of the British Empire. He views a CGI re-creation of the Crystal Palace - the venue for the Great Exhibition of 1851, in which the nation celebrated its widespread influence. He also examines works that depict the rise of mass advertising and the consequences of workers being forced off the land, and tells the story of a pivotal London dock strike in 1889

Rating: 7.5
11:10pm
The Victorians
Dreams and Nightmares
Season 1 Episode 4/4

Jeremy Paxman reveals how, in the final years of Victoria's reign, artists led a revolt against materialistic social values, preferring to depict an idealised world filled with knights, damsels and fairies. In addition to meeting two spiritualist mediums, who give him their view of the subject, he visits Broadmoor hospital, where painter Richard Dadd spent his final years

Rating: 7.5
12:25am
Plane Resurrection
P-51 Mustang
Season 1 Episode 1/6

Documentary following the efforts of dedicated enthusiasts committed to restoring fighter planes to their former glories, beginning with a P-51 Mustang

Rating: 10
1:30am
Walks Around Britain
Season 3 Episode 5/7

An episode focusing on Jersey, in which Andrew White and his family walk to Devil's Hole along the coast, and tackle a circular trek near La Corbiere lighthouse

Rating: 9
2:00am
Teleshopping
Buying goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 2.2

Mon 25 Jun

6:00am
Teleshopping
Buying goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 2.2
8:00am
Plane Resurrection
P-51 Mustang
Season 1 Episode 1/6

Documentary following the efforts of dedicated enthusiasts committed to restoring fighter planes to their former glories, beginning with a P-51 Mustang

Rating: 10
9:05am
The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
The Magnificent Medici
Season 1 Episode 2/4

The turbulent life of Lorenzo de Medici. He became the head of the family at the age of 20, and tolerated fresh ideas that encouraged the likes of Michelangelo and Botticelli to produce their greatest works. However, he failed to anticipate the advent of the radical monk Savonarola, which led to the Bonfire of the Vanities and had serious implications for the family's future

Rating: 10
10:15am
Michael Wood's Story of England
Henry VIII to the Industrial Revolution
Season 1 Episode 5/6

The broadcaster tracks Kibworth's 17th-century dissenters, explores the Grand Union Canal, a waterway that connects Birmingham with London, and discovers the achievements of a pioneering 18th-century feminist writer. The descendants of a highwayman transported to Australia uncover their roots, and the effects of the Industrial Revolution on the village are examined

Rating: 6.7
11:35am
Plane Resurrection
P-51 Mustang
Season 1 Episode 1/6

Documentary following the efforts of dedicated enthusiasts committed to restoring fighter planes to their former glories, beginning with a P-51 Mustang

Rating: 10
12:40pm
Ultimate Restorations
The Ahrens: Fox Fire Engine
Season 1 Episode 6/6

Bob McNeil follows the restoration of an Ahrens Fox firetruck, built in 1927 for the Kansas City Fire Department. Last in the series

Rating: 9
1:50pm
The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
The Magnificent Medici
Season 1 Episode 2/4

The turbulent life of Lorenzo de Medici. He became the head of the family at the age of 20, and tolerated fresh ideas that encouraged the likes of Michelangelo and Botticelli to produce their greatest works. However, he failed to anticipate the advent of the radical monk Savonarola, which led to the Bonfire of the Vanities and had serious implications for the family's future

Rating: 10
3:00pm
Michael Wood's Story of England
Henry VIII to the Industrial Revolution
Season 1 Episode 5/6

The broadcaster tracks Kibworth's 17th-century dissenters, explores the Grand Union Canal, a waterway that connects Birmingham with London, and discovers the achievements of a pioneering 18th-century feminist writer. The descendants of a highwayman transported to Australia uncover their roots, and the effects of the Industrial Revolution on the village are examined

Rating: 6.7
4:15pm
Plane Resurrection
P-51 Mustang
Season 1 Episode 1/6

Documentary following the efforts of dedicated enthusiasts committed to restoring fighter planes to their former glories, beginning with a P-51 Mustang

Rating: 10
5:25pm
Ultimate Restorations
The Ahrens: Fox Fire Engine
Season 1 Episode 6/6

Bob McNeil follows the restoration of an Ahrens Fox firetruck, built in 1927 for the Kansas City Fire Department. Last in the series

Rating: 9
6:35pm
The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
The Magnificent Medici
Season 1 Episode 2/4

The turbulent life of Lorenzo de Medici. He became the head of the family at the age of 20, and tolerated fresh ideas that encouraged the likes of Michelangelo and Botticelli to produce their greatest works. However, he failed to anticipate the advent of the radical monk Savonarola, which led to the Bonfire of the Vanities and had serious implications for the family's future

Rating: 10
7:45pm
Treblinka's Last Witness
The story of Holocaust survivor Samuel Willenberg, who talks about his harrowing experiences in the Treblinka death camp, which he commemorated in a series of bronze sculptures

9:40pm
Michael Wood's Story of England
Victoria to the Present Day
Season 1 Episode 6/6

The broadcaster explores the history of the village of Kibworth, Leicestershire, from the 19th century to the present day, including the Penny Concerts of the 1880s. He accompanies local children on a school trip to France, where the pupils commemorate relatives who died in the First World War. Michael Wood also reveals the story of the Home Guard and the bombing of the village in 1940, and how modern times arrived in the village. Last in the series

Rating: 6.7
11:00pm
American Lawmen
The Everglades Blood Feud & Sheriff Baker
Season 1 Episode 4/8

A look at Prohibition-era Palm Beach, where Sheriff Bob Baker was determined to take down one of the most infamous and deadly gangs in Florida's history

12:00am
Treblinka's Last Witness
The story of Holocaust survivor Samuel Willenberg, who talks about his harrowing experiences in the Treblinka death camp, which he commemorated in a series of bronze sculptures

2:00am
Teleshopping
Buying goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 2.2

Tue 26 Jun

6:00am
Teleshopping
Buying goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 2.2
8:00am
Walks Around Britain
Season 3 Episode 1/7

Andrew White and his team explore the British Isles, beginning with a challenging hike up Silver How in the Lake District and a walk through Fishlake in South Yorkshire

Rating: 9
8:25am
Plane Resurrection
Fokker Dr 1 Dreidecker
Season 1 Episode 2/6

Enthusiast Peter Brueggemann attempts to build - and fly - a full-size replica of a Fokker Dr 1 triplane, made famous by German First World War fighter pilot Manfred Von Richthofen

Rating: 10
9:35am
The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
The Medici Popes
Season 1 Episode 3/4

How Giulio de' Medici and his cousin Giovanni returned from their enforced exile by assembling an army and storming Florence, overcoming the opposing forces to regain control of the city. There followed a period of excess, but when Giovanni, now Pope Leo X, funded his extravagances by agreeing to sell papal indulgences, he triggered a series of events which again saw the family face disaster

Rating: 10
10:50am
Michael Wood's Story of England
Victoria to the Present Day
Season 1 Episode 6/6

The broadcaster explores the history of the village of Kibworth, Leicestershire, from the 19th century to the present day, including the Penny Concerts of the 1880s. He accompanies local children on a school trip to France, where the pupils commemorate relatives who died in the First World War. Michael Wood also reveals the story of the Home Guard and the bombing of the village in 1940, and how modern times arrived in the village. Last in the series

Rating: 6.7
12:05pm
Plane Resurrection
Fokker Dr 1 Dreidecker
Season 1 Episode 2/6

Enthusiast Peter Brueggemann attempts to build - and fly - a full-size replica of a Fokker Dr 1 triplane, made famous by German First World War fighter pilot Manfred Von Richthofen

Rating: 10
1:10pm
Michael Wood's Story of England
Victoria to the Present Day
Season 1 Episode 6/6

The broadcaster explores the history of the village of Kibworth, Leicestershire, from the 19th century to the present day, including the Penny Concerts of the 1880s. He accompanies local children on a school trip to France, where the pupils commemorate relatives who died in the First World War. Michael Wood also reveals the story of the Home Guard and the bombing of the village in 1940, and how modern times arrived in the village. Last in the series

Rating: 6.7
2:25pm
The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
The Medici Popes
Season 1 Episode 3/4

How Giulio de' Medici and his cousin Giovanni returned from their enforced exile by assembling an army and storming Florence, overcoming the opposing forces to regain control of the city. There followed a period of excess, but when Giovanni, now Pope Leo X, funded his extravagances by agreeing to sell papal indulgences, he triggered a series of events which again saw the family face disaster

Rating: 10
3:40pm
Plane Resurrection
Fokker Dr 1 Dreidecker
Season 1 Episode 2/6

Enthusiast Peter Brueggemann attempts to build - and fly - a full-size replica of a Fokker Dr 1 triplane, made famous by German First World War fighter pilot Manfred Von Richthofen

Rating: 10
4:45pm
Treblinka's Last Witness
The story of Holocaust survivor Samuel Willenberg, who talks about his harrowing experiences in the Treblinka death camp, which he commemorated in a series of bronze sculptures

6:35pm
The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
The Medici Popes
Season 1 Episode 3/4

How Giulio de' Medici and his cousin Giovanni returned from their enforced exile by assembling an army and storming Florence, overcoming the opposing forces to regain control of the city. There followed a period of excess, but when Giovanni, now Pope Leo X, funded his extravagances by agreeing to sell papal indulgences, he triggered a series of events which again saw the family face disaster

Rating: 10
7:45pm
Death Camp Treblinka: Survivor Stories
An insight into how Samuel Willenberg and Kalman Taigman escaped from the concentration camp in Poland, where more than 800,000 Polish Jews died during the Nazi Holocaust. The two men were able to flee during a revolt in August 1943, before one of them sought vengeance in the 1944 Warsaw Uprising and the other appeared at the trial of Adolf Eichmann for war crimes in 1961. This film documents their stories, the fate of their families and offers fresh accounts of a forgotten death camp

Rating: 4.8
9:05pm
King Alfred and the Anglo-Saxons
Alfred of Wessex
Season 1 Episode 1/3

Historian and broadcaster Michael Wood tells the story of King Alfred the Great, arguing that he and his descendants were England's most influential and important rulers. In the first of three programmes, the presenter details a desperate guerrilla war in Somerset, and establishes how Alfred laid the foundations for a single kingdom of `all the English'. Filmed in locations including Reading and Rome, with contributions by leading scholars

Rating: 8.6
10:15pm
American Lawmen
The Hero of El Paso: Dallas Stoudenmire
Season 1 Episode 5/8

Lawlessness runs rampant in a notorious Texas outpost and it is up to a Confederate army veteran named Dallas Stoudenmire to tame the town known as 'Hell' Paso

11:20pm
Death Camp Treblinka: Survivor Stories
An insight into how Samuel Willenberg and Kalman Taigman escaped from the concentration camp in Poland, where more than 800,000 Polish Jews died during the Nazi Holocaust. The two men were able to flee during a revolt in August 1943, before one of them sought vengeance in the 1944 Warsaw Uprising and the other appeared at the trial of Adolf Eichmann for war crimes in 1961. This film documents their stories, the fate of their families and offers fresh accounts of a forgotten death camp

Rating: 4.8
12:40am
King Alfred and the Anglo-Saxons
Alfred of Wessex
Season 1 Episode 1/3

Historian and broadcaster Michael Wood tells the story of King Alfred the Great, arguing that he and his descendants were England's most influential and important rulers. In the first of three programmes, the presenter details a desperate guerrilla war in Somerset, and establishes how Alfred laid the foundations for a single kingdom of `all the English'. Filmed in locations including Reading and Rome, with contributions by leading scholars

Rating: 8.6
2:00am
Teleshopping
Buying goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 2.2

Wed 27 Jun

6:00am
Teleshopping
Buying goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 2.2
8:00am
Plane Resurrection
Hawker Hurricane
Season 1 Episode 3/6

Dedicated enthusiasts test their skills restoring a Hawker Hurricane, a British single-seat fighter aircraft, designed by Sydney Camm, and used during the Second World War

Rating: 10
9:05am
The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
Power v Truth
Season 1 Episode 4/4

The rise of Cosimo de' Medici who, aided by his marriage to a Spanish princess, managed to extend his power over the whole of Tuscany. However, a disagreement about the family's sponsorship of Galileo, the greatest scientist of the age, threatened to destroy everything they had achieved, and the era of the Renaissance seemed to have run its course

Rating: 10
10:15am
King Alfred and the Anglo-Saxons
Alfred of Wessex
Season 1 Episode 1/3

Historian and broadcaster Michael Wood tells the story of King Alfred the Great, arguing that he and his descendants were England's most influential and important rulers. In the first of three programmes, the presenter details a desperate guerrilla war in Somerset, and establishes how Alfred laid the foundations for a single kingdom of `all the English'. Filmed in locations including Reading and Rome, with contributions by leading scholars

Rating: 8.6
11:30am
Plane Resurrection
Hawker Hurricane
Season 1 Episode 3/6

Dedicated enthusiasts test their skills restoring a Hawker Hurricane, a British single-seat fighter aircraft, designed by Sydney Camm, and used during the Second World War

Rating: 10
12:35pm
Death Camp Treblinka: Survivor Stories
An insight into how Samuel Willenberg and Kalman Taigman escaped from the concentration camp in Poland, where more than 800,000 Polish Jews died during the Nazi Holocaust. The two men were able to flee during a revolt in August 1943, before one of them sought vengeance in the 1944 Warsaw Uprising and the other appeared at the trial of Adolf Eichmann for war crimes in 1961. This film documents their stories, the fate of their families and offers fresh accounts of a forgotten death camp

Rating: 4.8
1:50pm
The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
Power v Truth
Season 1 Episode 4/4

The rise of Cosimo de' Medici who, aided by his marriage to a Spanish princess, managed to extend his power over the whole of Tuscany. However, a disagreement about the family's sponsorship of Galileo, the greatest scientist of the age, threatened to destroy everything they had achieved, and the era of the Renaissance seemed to have run its course

Rating: 10
3:05pm
King Alfred and the Anglo-Saxons
Alfred of Wessex
Season 1 Episode 1/3

Historian and broadcaster Michael Wood tells the story of King Alfred the Great, arguing that he and his descendants were England's most influential and important rulers. In the first of three programmes, the presenter details a desperate guerrilla war in Somerset, and establishes how Alfred laid the foundations for a single kingdom of `all the English'. Filmed in locations including Reading and Rome, with contributions by leading scholars

Rating: 8.6
4:20pm
Plane Resurrection
Hawker Hurricane
Season 1 Episode 3/6

Dedicated enthusiasts test their skills restoring a Hawker Hurricane, a British single-seat fighter aircraft, designed by Sydney Camm, and used during the Second World War

Rating: 10
5:25pm
Death Camp Treblinka: Survivor Stories
An insight into how Samuel Willenberg and Kalman Taigman escaped from the concentration camp in Poland, where more than 800,000 Polish Jews died during the Nazi Holocaust. The two men were able to flee during a revolt in August 1943, before one of them sought vengeance in the 1944 Warsaw Uprising and the other appeared at the trial of Adolf Eichmann for war crimes in 1961. This film documents their stories, the fate of their families and offers fresh accounts of a forgotten death camp

Rating: 4.8
6:40pm
The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
Power v Truth
Season 1 Episode 4/4

The rise of Cosimo de' Medici who, aided by his marriage to a Spanish princess, managed to extend his power over the whole of Tuscany. However, a disagreement about the family's sponsorship of Galileo, the greatest scientist of the age, threatened to destroy everything they had achieved, and the era of the Renaissance seemed to have run its course

Rating: 10
7:50pm
Death or Freedom: The Jericho Jailbreak
The story of Operation Jericho, a 1944 mission that saw a squadron of RAF Mosquito bombers try to free French Resistance fighters from a prison in Amiens

9:05pm
King Alfred and the Anglo-Saxons
The Lady of the Mercians
Season 1 Episode 2/3

Michael Wood explores the role played by Alfred the Great's daughter Aethelflaed in England's battles in civil war and against the Vikings. The presenter contemplates how England `may never have happened' without the young ruler of Mercia, who led armies, built fortresses, was a skilled diplomat in campaigning against the Norse invaders, and became a beloved leader in the British Isles

Rating: 8.6
10:20pm
American Lawmen
The Perfect Shot: Jelly Bryce
Season 1 Episode 6/8

The career of policeman Delf `Jelly' Bryce, whose determination to defend Oklahoma City put him on a collision course with some of the most violent men in Depression-era America

11:25pm
Death or Freedom: The Jericho Jailbreak
The story of Operation Jericho, a 1944 mission that saw a squadron of RAF Mosquito bombers try to free French Resistance fighters from a prison in Amiens

12:45am
King Alfred and the Anglo-Saxons
The Lady of the Mercians
Season 1 Episode 2/3

Michael Wood explores the role played by Alfred the Great's daughter Aethelflaed in England's battles in civil war and against the Vikings. The presenter contemplates how England `may never have happened' without the young ruler of Mercia, who led armies, built fortresses, was a skilled diplomat in campaigning against the Norse invaders, and became a beloved leader in the British Isles

Rating: 8.6
2:00am
Teleshopping
Buying goods from the comfort of home

Rating: 2.2