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A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley (Finished)

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 06:00

Detection Most Ingenious: Lucy Worsley dissects society's dark obsession with slayings. Hear how true crime and the emerging art of detection piqued the interest of the Victorians.

A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley TV Guide

A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 07:10

The Golden Age: Learn about the boom in detective fiction during the interwar era, a time of Agatha Christie and Alfred Hitchcock. Lucy Worsley's chronology of killing climaxes.

A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley TV Guide

Time Team

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 08:00

Secrets of the Dunes: The beachcombing bunch try to locate a lost town on the south coast of Wales, which has been buried under sand dunes for over 500 years. See what they unearth.

Time Team TV Guide

The World at War

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 09:00

Alone: After Dunkirk, Britain faced an onslaught. Although the RAF won the Battle of Britain, our cities were blitzed. Laurence Olivier tells us more in the landmark series on WWII.

The World at War TV Guide

Private Lives: Edward VIII

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 10:00

Dr Tracy Borman examines the private life of Edward VIII, from a difficult childhood through the First World War, his love for Wallis Simpson and his abdication of the throne.

Private Lives: Edward VIII TV Guide

Forbidden History

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 11:00

Secret Societies: World Domination: Jamie Theakston investigates clandestine groups to see if they really are setting the agenda - or is it all just fake news?

Forbidden History TV Guide

Time Team

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 12:00

Secrets of the Dunes: The beachcombing bunch try to locate a lost town on the south coast of Wales, which has been buried under sand dunes for over 500 years. See what they unearth.

Time Team TV Guide

Time Team

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 13:00

Rome's Wild West: Join Tony Robinson and his expert excavators to discover the identity of a mystery structure found near the well-preserved Roman legionary fort of Caerleon in Wales.

Time Team TV Guide

The Life of Mammals

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 14:00

Opportunists: World-spanning docu series about our closest animal relations. Zoological hero David Attenborough looks at omnivores - animals that eat whatever is around at the time.

The Life of Mammals TV Guide

Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 15:00

Curious Imposters: Sir David Attenborough shines the spotlight on nature's most extraordinary creatures. Looking at cuckoos and the way the death's-head hawkmoth steals honey.

Attenborough's Natural Curiosities TV Guide

Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 15:30

Bad Reputations: Sir David Attenborough explores the most intriguing animals. Here he looks at vampire bats and gorillas.

Attenborough's Natural Curiosities TV Guide

Private Lives: Edward VIII

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 16:00

Dr Tracy Borman examines the private life of Edward VIII, from a difficult childhood through the First World War, his love for Wallis Simpson and his abdication of the throne.

Private Lives: Edward VIII TV Guide

Wartime Crime

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 17:00

The Sicilian Connection: Angered by their treatment under Mussolini's regime, several Sicilian mafioso helped the US in WWII. Hear how the mafia returned to power by the war's end.

Wartime Crime TV Guide

The World at War

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 18:00

Alone: After Dunkirk, Britain faced an onslaught. Although the RAF won the Battle of Britain, our cities were blitzed. Laurence Olivier tells us more in the landmark series on WWII.

The World at War TV Guide

Impossible Engineering

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 19:00

Hudson Yards: The creation of Hudson Yards on Manhattan Island, New York, a construction project built over the tracks and railway sidings of Penn Station - literally in thin air.

Impossible Engineering TV Guide

New: Hitler's Most Wanted

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 20:00

Adolf Eichmann: James Ellis is on the trail of Adolf Eichmann, the notorious Nazi bureaucrat who escaped justice for 15 years until his trial made the Holocaust a household name.

New: Hitler's Most Wanted TV Guide

Porridge

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 21:00

A Night In: If you had to share a cell, Ronnie Barker would be fine company. Fletch and Godber try to get through a night banged up as they imagine what they'd be doing 'outside'.

Porridge TV Guide

Porridge

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 21:35

A Day Out: A day on the moors digging drains for the council is bound to offer an opportunity for Fletch to take advantage - especially with Mr Barrowclough in charge. Classic laughs.

Porridge TV Guide

Porridge

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 22:20

Ways and Means: Criminally funny sitcom. Fletch falls out with the governor and loses all his credibility. But he hopes to get back into his good books via a cosy job in the library.

Porridge TV Guide

Open All Hours

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 23:00

Errand Boy Executive: Watch your fingers in that till! Ronnie Barker's back behind the counter in the classic comedy. Granville attempts to improve his status to impress a local girl.

Open All Hours TV Guide

Open All Hours

Yesterday - Wednesday 24th April 2019 - 23:40

Happy Birthday Arkwright: Classic cornershop comedy with the miserly, stammering Arkwright and long-suffering nephew. Nurse Gladys poses as a customer from the 'Good Shop Guide'.

Open All Hours TV Guide

Open All Hours

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 00:20

The Mystical Boudoir of Nurse Gladys Emmanuel: Classic laughs with the legend that is Ronnie Barker. Will Arkwright finally get the nursing attention he so desperately needs?

Open All Hours TV Guide

A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 01:00

Detection Most Ingenious: Lucy Worsley dissects society's dark obsession with slayings. Hear how true crime and the emerging art of detection piqued the interest of the Victorians.

A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley TV Guide

A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 02:00

The Golden Age: Learn about the boom in detective fiction during the interwar era, a time of Agatha Christie and Alfred Hitchcock. Lucy Worsley's chronology of killing climaxes.

A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley TV Guide

Teleshopping

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 03:00

Shopping from Home.

Teleshopping TV Guide

Raiders of the Lost Art

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 06:00

Vincent van Gogh: Rediscovering history's forgotten art. With the unearthing of a lost landscape by artist Vincent van Vogh in 2013, the hunt is on for his other missing masterpieces.

Raiders of the Lost Art TV Guide

Raiders of the Lost Art

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 07:10

Monuments Men: During WWII, the Nazis plundered some of the world's greatest artworks. We find out how an Allied unit tracked some pieces down - and what is still missing to this day.

Raiders of the Lost Art TV Guide

Time Team

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 08:00

How to Lose a Castle: Find out if there ever really was a castle on top of Castle Hill in Somerset in another archaeological quest against the clock. Tony Robinson leads proceedings.

Time Team TV Guide

The World at War

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 09:00

Barbarossa: A milestone in TV history: Laurence Olivier tells the story of WWII. Hitler turns his tanks towards Russia. After a succession of victories, the Germans delay fatally.

The World at War TV Guide

Private Lives: Napoleon Bonaparte

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 10:00

Dr Tracy Borman examines the life of French statesman and military leader Napoleon Bonaparte, revealing the secrets of his extraordinary success - and calamitous downfall.

Private Lives: Napoleon Bonaparte TV Guide

Forbidden History

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 11:00

In Search of the Real King Arthur: Knights, castles and round tables are all part of the enduring King Arthur legend. Is there any truth to it? Hear the various claims to his origins.

Forbidden History TV Guide

Time Team

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 12:00

How to Lose a Castle: Find out if there ever really was a castle on top of Castle Hill in Somerset in another archaeological quest against the clock. Tony Robinson leads proceedings.

Time Team TV Guide

Time Team

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 13:00

King John's Lost Palace: Tony Robinson and his merry men and women encounter the legend of Robin Hood when they scrutinise an impressive set of ruins and carvings in Sherwood Forest.

Time Team TV Guide

The Life of Mammals

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 14:00

Return to the Water: David Attenborough gives us more incredible insight into the world of mammals. Here the focus is on animals that swim, such as seals, dolphins and even elephants.

The Life of Mammals TV Guide

Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 15:00

Shocking Senses: Sir David Attenborough shines the spotlight on an array of animals that baffle and fascinate. We learn about how naturalists found out some eels were electric!

Attenborough's Natural Curiosities TV Guide

Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 15:30

Life on Ice: Sir David Attenborough shares secrets of the natural world. Here he looks at the wood frog and the emperor penguin.

Attenborough's Natural Curiosities TV Guide

Private Lives: Napoleon Bonaparte

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 16:00

Dr Tracy Borman examines the life of French statesman and military leader Napoleon Bonaparte, revealing the secrets of his extraordinary success - and calamitous downfall.

Private Lives: Napoleon Bonaparte TV Guide

Impossible Railways

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 17:00

Urban Adventures: From an inverted monorail in Germany to London's epic Crossrail project, discover how ingenious metropolitan railway engineering helps keep our cities running.

Impossible Railways TV Guide

The World at War

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 18:00

Barbarossa: A milestone in TV history: Laurence Olivier tells the story of WWII. Hitler turns his tanks towards Russia. After a succession of victories, the Germans delay fatally.

The World at War TV Guide

Abandoned Engineering

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 19:00

Germany's D-Day Fortress: A devastated cliff-top ruin, an extraordinary tall tower, a concrete structure stranded at sea and a heavy metal monster in a field all feature.

Abandoned Engineering TV Guide

New: Bangers and Cash

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 20:00

A rare 1980s Sierra Cosworth draws in a crowd of Ford fans, while a restorer delights buyers with his 1966 Sunbeam Rapier and Sarah takes a shine to a caravan.

New: Bangers and Cash TV Guide

Open All Hours

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 21:00

Errand Boy Executive: Watch your fingers in that till! Ronnie Barker's back behind the counter in the classic comedy. Granville attempts to improve his status to impress a local girl.

Open All Hours TV Guide

Open All Hours

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 21:40

Happy Birthday Arkwright: Classic cornershop comedy with the miserly, stammering Arkwright and long-suffering nephew. Nurse Gladys poses as a customer from the 'Good Shop Guide'.

Open All Hours TV Guide

Open All Hours

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 22:20

The Mystical Boudoir of Nurse Gladys Emmanuel: Classic laughs with the legend that is Ronnie Barker. Will Arkwright finally get the nursing attention he so desperately needs?

Open All Hours TV Guide

Impossible Railways

Yesterday - Thursday 25th April 2019 - 23:00

Urban Adventures: From an inverted monorail in Germany to London's epic Crossrail project, discover how ingenious metropolitan railway engineering helps keep our cities running.

Impossible Railways TV Guide

Private Lives: Napoleon Bonaparte

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 00:00

Dr Tracy Borman examines the life of French statesman and military leader Napoleon Bonaparte, revealing the secrets of his extraordinary success - and calamitous downfall.

Private Lives: Napoleon Bonaparte TV Guide

Raiders of the Lost Art

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 01:00

Vincent van Gogh: Rediscovering history's forgotten art. With the unearthing of a lost landscape by artist Vincent van Vogh in 2013, the hunt is on for his other missing masterpieces.

Raiders of the Lost Art TV Guide

Raiders of the Lost Art

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 02:00

Monuments Men: During WWII, the Nazis plundered some of the world's greatest artworks. We find out how an Allied unit tracked some pieces down - and what is still missing to this day.

Raiders of the Lost Art TV Guide

Teleshopping

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 03:00

Shopping from Home.

Teleshopping TV Guide

Raiders of the Lost Art

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 06:00

Leonardo da Vinci: The incredible da Vinci works that were lost to history. The Mona Lisa was even stolen from the Louvre in 1911, with artist Pablo Picasso accused of the crime.

Raiders of the Lost Art TV Guide

Raiders of the Lost Art

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 07:10

Vermeer: Johannes Vermeer's modest reputation grew immeasurably years after his death. Join the hunt for the Dutch painter's missing masterpieces and enter a world of expert forgery.

Raiders of the Lost Art TV Guide

Time Team

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 08:00

Time Team's Greatest Discoveries: With over 250 digs and thousands of fascinating finds to reflect on, what ranks as the Team's greatest discovery? Tony Robinson leads the debate.

Time Team TV Guide

The World at War

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 09:00

Banzai!: December 7, 1941 saw the infamous Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Laurence Olivier revisits this pivotal moment of World War II in the much-praised documentary series.

The World at War TV Guide

Private Lives: Hitler

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 10:00

Tracy Borman uncovers Adolf Hitler's abusive childhood and artistic aspirations, discovering how the motivations that came from his private life unleashed so much destruction.

Private Lives: Hitler TV Guide

Forbidden History

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 11:00

The Curse of Hitler's Executioner: Johann Reichhart was a German state executioner who killed around 3,000 people during WWII. Jamie Theakston uncovers more about this ruthless Nazi.

Forbidden History TV Guide

Time Team

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 12:00

Time Team's Greatest Discoveries: With over 250 digs and thousands of fascinating finds to reflect on, what ranks as the Team's greatest discovery? Tony Robinson leads the debate.

Time Team TV Guide

Time Team

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 13:00

The Time Team Guide to Burial: The history show that goes deeper underground. Discover how burial customs have evolved over thousands of years in this compilation special.

Time Team TV Guide

The Life of Mammals

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 14:00

Life in the Trees: David Attenborough's major series about some of the world's oddest animals. Here, a look at tree dwellers - mammals which have adapted to a life at height.

The Life of Mammals TV Guide

Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 15:00

Spinners and Weavers: The evergreen Sir David Attenborough weaves another tale of wonder as he salutes nature's most intricate structures, from spiders' webs to birds' nests.

Attenborough's Natural Curiosities TV Guide

Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 15:30

Strange Parents: Sir David Attenborough shines the spotlight on nature's most amazing animals. Sir David looks at female hyaenas and explains why male seahorses give birth.

Attenborough's Natural Curiosities TV Guide

Private Lives: Hitler

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 16:00

Tracy Borman uncovers Adolf Hitler's abusive childhood and artistic aspirations, discovering how the motivations that came from his private life unleashed so much destruction.

Private Lives: Hitler TV Guide

Impossible Railways

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 17:00

Into the Wild: From a canyon-spanning bridge in San Diego to a track ascending an imposing Swiss peak, hear how railway engineers have conquered jungles, deserts and mountains.

Impossible Railways TV Guide

The World at War

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 18:00

Banzai!: December 7, 1941 saw the infamous Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Laurence Olivier revisits this pivotal moment of World War II in the much-praised documentary series.

The World at War TV Guide

Impossible Engineering

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 19:00

Wonderland Hotel: The InterContinental Shanghai Wonderland, a 337-room hotel that burrows 16 stories below ground level, clinging to the cliffs of an abandoned quarry.

Impossible Engineering TV Guide

Trains That Changed The World

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 20:00

World on the Move: New. As travelling between cities became easier, crossing them was impossible. The solution was steam train that ran under the city - the London Underground

Trains That Changed The World TV Guide

Abandoned Engineering

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 21:00

Germany's D-Day Fortress: A devastated cliff-top ruin, an extraordinary tall tower, a concrete structure stranded at sea and a heavy metal monster in a field all feature.

Abandoned Engineering TV Guide

Narrow Escapes of World War II

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 22:00

Evacuation in the Baltics: WWII's largest evacuation saw two million civilians and soldiers whisked away in a German operation lasting four months. Hear about this extraordinary exit.

Narrow Escapes of World War II TV Guide

Impossible Railways

Yesterday - Friday 26th April 2019 - 23:00

Into the Wild: From a canyon-spanning bridge in San Diego to a track ascending an imposing Swiss peak, hear how railway engineers have conquered jungles, deserts and mountains.

Impossible Railways TV Guide

Private Lives: Hitler

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 00:00

Tracy Borman uncovers Adolf Hitler's abusive childhood and artistic aspirations, discovering how the motivations that came from his private life unleashed so much destruction.

Private Lives: Hitler TV Guide

Raiders of the Lost Art

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 01:00

Leonardo da Vinci: The incredible da Vinci works that were lost to history. The Mona Lisa was even stolen from the Louvre in 1911, with artist Pablo Picasso accused of the crime.

Raiders of the Lost Art TV Guide

Raiders of the Lost Art

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 02:00

Vermeer: Johannes Vermeer's modest reputation grew immeasurably years after his death. Join the hunt for the Dutch painter's missing masterpieces and enter a world of expert forgery.

Raiders of the Lost Art TV Guide

Teleshopping

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 03:00

Shopping from Home.

Teleshopping TV Guide

Coast

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 06:00

London to Antwerp: Accompany the Coast team on a voyage around Britain and beyond. The journey begins in London as Nick Crane joins the struggle to construct a new mega-port.

Coast TV Guide

Coast

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 07:10

Devon and Cornwall: Discover the stunning shores of Devon and Cornwall as the Coast team continue their journey. Nick Crane sets sail on one of the last remaining Brixham trawlers.

Coast TV Guide

Prince Philip - The Plot to Make a King

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 08:00

Hear the inside story of the dynastic tensions that were unleashed when Queen Elizabeth II fell in love with Prince Philip. Both the Queen's family and government had reservations.

Prince Philip - The Plot to Make a King TV Guide

Time Team

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 09:00

Blood, Sweat and Beers: Risehill, North Yorkshire: The Team head for the Yorkshire Dales and unearth a settlement built by Victorian labourers working on the Settle-Carlisle Line.

Time Team TV Guide

Time Team

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 10:00

Mystery of the Ice Cream Villa: Colworth, Bedfordshire: A Bedfordshire field fails to turn up evidence of a grand Roman villa - what will Tony and the Team discover from the dig?

Time Team TV Guide

Time Team

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 11:00

Called to the Bar: Lincoln's Inn, London: Tony and the tireless Team are on the hunt for the remains of a 13th century palace and evidence of early Anglo-Saxon history in Lincoln.

Time Team TV Guide

Time Team

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 12:00

Heroes' Hill: Tony Robinson and the expert excavators head over the water to Knockdhu in County Antrim and unearth land used by prehistoric tribes to defend a remote hillside site.

Time Team TV Guide

Wild Africa

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 13:00

Mountains: Discover the dramatic extremes of the African continent. This first episode focuses on mountain-dwelling wildlife such as Ethiopian wolves and the bizarre gelada baboons.

Wild Africa TV Guide

Wild Africa

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 14:00

Savannah: Exploring the extremes of the African continent. Here, a look at Africa's savannahs - grassy plains and woodland filled with huge herds of buffalo, wildebeest and gazelles.

Wild Africa TV Guide

Wild Africa

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 15:00

Deserts: The diverse flora and fauna of the world's second biggest continent. Learn how animals have found ways to flourish in the parts of Africa where rain may not fall for years.

Wild Africa TV Guide

Wild Africa

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 16:00

Mountains: Discover the dramatic extremes of the African continent. This first episode focuses on mountain-dwelling wildlife such as Ethiopian wolves and the bizarre gelada baboons.

Wild Africa TV Guide

Wild Africa

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 17:00

Savannah: Exploring the extremes of the African continent. Here, a look at Africa's savannahs - grassy plains and woodland filled with huge herds of buffalo, wildebeest and gazelles.

Wild Africa TV Guide

Wild Africa

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 18:00

Deserts: The diverse flora and fauna of the world's second biggest continent. Learn how animals have found ways to flourish in the parts of Africa where rain may not fall for years.

Wild Africa TV Guide

TOTP2

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 19:00

A selection of summer sizzlers from John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John, the Undertones, Shaggy, Bananarama, Bay City Rollers, Fun Boy Three, the Style Council and Don Henley.

TOTP2 TV Guide

TOTP2

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 20:20

Wham! Special: Following George Michael's passing in 2016, this is an all-too-poignant medley of Wham! hits from the BBC vaults. Stay tuned for Bad Boys, Club Tropicana, Freedom and many more.

TOTP2 TV Guide

Impossible Engineering

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 21:00

Hudson Yards: The creation of Hudson Yards on Manhattan Island, New York, a construction project built over the tracks and railway sidings of Penn Station - literally in thin air.

Impossible Engineering TV Guide

Impossible Engineering

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 22:00

Ford Class Aircraft Carrier: The construction of the cutting-edge Ford class aircraft carriers, the largest warships ever built - almost as long as the Empire State Building is tall.

Impossible Engineering TV Guide

Bangers and Cash

Yesterday - Saturday 27th April 2019 - 23:00

A rare 1980s Sierra Cosworth draws in a crowd of Ford fans, while a restorer delights buyers with his 1966 Sunbeam Rapier and Sarah takes a shine to a caravan.

Bangers and Cash TV Guide

Trains That Changed The World

Yesterday - Sunday 28th April 2019 - 00:00

World on the Move: New. As travelling between cities became easier, crossing them was impossible. The solution was steam train that ran under the city - the London Underground

Trains That Changed The World TV Guide

Coast

Yesterday - Sunday 28th April 2019 - 01:00

London to Antwerp: Accompany the Coast team on a voyage around Britain and beyond. The journey begins in London as Nick Crane joins the struggle to construct a new mega-port.

Coast TV Guide

Coast

Yesterday - Sunday 28th April 2019 - 02:00

Devon and Cornwall: Discover the stunning shores of Devon and Cornwall as the Coast team continue their journey. Nick Crane sets sail on one of the last remaining Brixham trawlers.

Coast TV Guide

Teleshopping

Yesterday - Sunday 28th April 2019 - 03:00

Shopping from Home.

Teleshopping TV Guide

Coast

Yesterday - Sunday 28th April 2019 - 06:00

Sweden and the Baltic: Explore Britain's connections to Sweden with the Coast team as they travel to the edge of the Baltic Sea. Nick Crane's journey starts at the High Coast.

Coast TV Guide

Coast

Yesterday - Sunday 28th April 2019 - 07:10

Wales: Border to Border: Enjoy the shoreline sights of the Welsh coast, as we travel from the English border on the Severn estuary to the northern English border on the Dee estuary.

Coast TV Guide

WW2 Price of Empire

Yesterday - Sunday 28th April 2019 - 08:00

The Phoney War: What were the noteworthy events at the beginning of World War II? See rare archive footage and hear remarkable testimony on early advances made by Germany, Italy and the USSR.

WW2 Price of Empire TV Guide

WW2 Price of Empire

Yesterday - Sunday 28th April 2019 - 09:00

Blitzkrieg: 'Blitzkrieg' was an innovative tactic devised by the German military. Hear how it became the new word in warfare after the Nazis' swift invasions of Holland, Belgium and France.

WW2 Price of Empire TV Guide

WW2 Price of Empire

Yesterday - Sunday 28th April 2019 - 10:00

Alone: Dogfights over the English Channel in 1940 led to the Battle of Britain and the Blitz. Meanwhile, Italian troops entered North Africa. This epic World War II retrospective expounds.

WW2 Price of Empire TV Guide

WW2 Price of Empire

Yesterday - Sunday 28th April 2019 - 11:00

Barbarossa: The Battle of the Atlantic, fighting in North Africa and Greece and the invasion of the USSR: the pivotal events of 1941 are explored in the series that charts the course of WWII.

WW2 Price of Empire TV Guide