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War Factories (Finished)

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 09:00

The Kamikaze Bullet: Japan would create arguably the greatest fighter in WW2 - the Mitsubishi Zero. But their failed War Factories would ultimately reduce the Zero to a Kamikaze plane.  

War Factories TV Guide

Antiques Roadshow

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 10:00

Burton Constable 1: Fiona Bruce presents from Burton Constable Hall near Hull, where objects brought in to be valued include a ship's anchor that was found in a garden pond.

Antiques Roadshow TV Guide

Abandoned Engineering

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 11:00

The Lost Pirate City: What happened to an infamous pirate city in Jamaica? Also, a grim gulag in Croatia and a Louisiana plantation caught up in the aftermath of the American Civil War.

Abandoned Engineering TV Guide

Great British Railway Journeys

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 12:00

Dudley to Bridgnorth: Michael Portillo travels from Dudley to Bridgnorth, learning about Victorian blacksmithing and riding on one of Britain's most modern trains.

Great British Railway Journeys TV Guide

Great British Railway Journeys

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 12:30

Welshpool to Aberystwyth: Michael Portillo travels from Welshpool, Powys, to Aberystwyth in Ceredigion, hearing how the railways took Welsh textiles into exclusive households.

Great British Railway Journeys TV Guide

Antiques Roadshow

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 13:00

Caversham Park 1: Fiona Bruce presents from Caversham Park, home to the BBC's international news monitoring service. Finds include some notes by a 17th-century Shakespeare fan.

Antiques Roadshow TV Guide

Secrets of the Railways

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 14:00

Dark Side of the Mountain: The Harz Mountain Railway in Germany - Europe's longest rail network - which still uses steam locomotives and has a hidden past.

Secrets of the Railways TV Guide

Deep Wreck Mysteries

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 15:00

Stealth Sub: In 1944, four Allied ships were mysteriously sunk off the south of England. Could the nearby wreck of a U-boat hold any clues? An underwater investigation reveals all.

Deep Wreck Mysteries TV Guide

Abandoned Engineering

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 16:00

Forbidden Island: Examining a ghost island once belonging to a secretive country on the fringes of Europe. Also, a haunting site in the UK with evidence of strange burial practices.

Abandoned Engineering TV Guide

Churchill's Bodyguard

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 17:00

Suicide Attack in Tehran: Explosive documentary series based on the memoirs of Walter Thompson. Hitler gives the go-ahead to assassinate Churchill using a suicide parachute squad.

Churchill's Bodyguard TV Guide

War Factories

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 18:00

Dambuster Factory: How the Lancaster factory, one of the biggest buildings in Europe at the time, helped to create a truly war-winning weapon. [S]

War Factories TV Guide

Great British Railway Journeys

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 19:00

Portsmouth to Gomshall: Michael Portillo embarks on the first leg of a journey from Portsmouth to Grimsby, helping to feed the crew of Britain's newest battleship along the way.

Great British Railway Journeys TV Guide

Great British Railway Journeys

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 19:30

Woking to Clapham Junction: Michael Portillo travels from Woking to Clapham Junction, trying his hand at croquet and discovering a surprising 19th-century place of worship.

Great British Railway Journeys TV Guide

New: Restoration Workshop

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 20:00

Gary Wallis visits an impressive helicopter museum. He buys a helicopter exhaust unit and a set of massive rotor blades and transforms them into remarkable pieces of furniture.

New: Restoration Workshop TV Guide

Porridge Christmas Special - No Way Out

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 21:00

Christmas special from 1975. The festive season falls upon the inmates of Slade and finds them planning an escape. But Fletch plans to spend some time in the infirmary.

Porridge Christmas Special - No Way Out TV Guide

The Two Ronnies

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 21:55

More classic comedy courtesy of Ronnies B and C. Sketches include Hampton Wick, Saying Everything Twice and Hearing Aid.

The Two Ronnies TV Guide

What a Carry On!

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 22:40

A collection of riotous moments from the comedy favourites, featuring Carry On regulars Sid James, Kenneth Williams and Hattie Jacques.

What a Carry On! TV Guide

Open All Hours

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 23:15

The Well Catered Funeral: The great Ronnie Barker plays the miserly Arkwright, who has to leave his shop for a few hours to attend a friend's funeral. Think of the drop in takings...

Open All Hours TV Guide

Open All Hours

Yesterday - Tuesday 29th September 2020 - 23:55

Apples and Self Service: Corner shop comedy pairing those two masters of the sitcom, Ronnie Barker and David Jason. Arkwright has a sales drive when he over-orders on the apple front.

Open All Hours TV Guide

Open All Hours

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 00:35

Laundry Blues: More laughs with the dream pairing of Ronnie Barker and David Jason in the classic corner shop comedy. Nurse Gladys Emmanuel has a problem with her washing machine.

Open All Hours TV Guide

1945-1953: From World War to Cold War

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 01:10

Part two of two. Documentary exploring the end of the Second World War, and how the plans for the future agreed by the Allied nations at the Yalta Conference in 1945 broke down.

1945-1953: From World War to Cold War TV Guide

The First Silent Night

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 02:10

Renowned actor Simon Callow discovers the origins of one of the world's most-loved Christmas carols. Hear how two Austrians united their music and words to shape this classic song.

The First Silent Night TV Guide

Teleshopping

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 03:00

Shopping from Home.

Teleshopping TV Guide

Mars the Magnificent

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 06:00

How and why did the 'unsinkable' Swedish warship, the Mars, catch fire and explode during the Northern Seven Years' War in 1564? An expedition to the wreck site reveals all.

Mars the Magnificent TV Guide

Trading History

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 07:10

Dresses once owned by Princess Diana, a collection of antique taxidermy and a book from the 1948 London Olympics are about to be auctioned off. Hear their intriguing stories.

Trading History TV Guide

Murder Maps

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 08:00

The Beast of Birkenshaw: Historic murder cases are reviewed with an emphasis on the locations the killings.

Murder Maps TV Guide

War Factories

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 09:00

Dambuster Factory: How the Lancaster factory, one of the biggest buildings in Europe at the time, helped to create a truly war-winning weapon.

War Factories TV Guide

Antiques Roadshow

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 10:00

Caversham Park 1: Fiona Bruce presents from Caversham Park, home to the BBC's international news monitoring service. Finds include some notes by a 17th-century Shakespeare fan.

Antiques Roadshow TV Guide

Abandoned Engineering

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 11:00

Forbidden Island: Examining a ghost island once belonging to a secretive country on the fringes of Europe. Also, a haunting site in the UK with evidence of strange burial practices.

Abandoned Engineering TV Guide

Great British Railway Journeys

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 12:00

Portsmouth to Gomshall: Michael Portillo embarks on the first leg of a journey from Portsmouth to Grimsby, helping to feed the crew of Britain's newest battleship along the way.

Great British Railway Journeys TV Guide

Great British Railway Journeys

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 12:30

Woking to Clapham Junction: Michael Portillo travels from Woking to Clapham Junction, trying his hand at croquet and discovering a surprising 19th-century place of worship.

Great British Railway Journeys TV Guide

Antiques Roadshow

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 13:00

Pembroke Castle 1: Fiona Bruce presents from Pembroke Castle in South Wales, where objects brought in to be valued include photographs charting the last days of the Russian royal family.

Antiques Roadshow TV Guide

Secrets of the Railways

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 14:00

Gold Rush: The White Pass and Yukon Railroad over the US-Canada border, which began construction after the Klondike Gold Rush in the 19th century.

Secrets of the Railways TV Guide

Deep Wreck Mysteries

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 15:00

Search for the Bone Wreck: The SS Armenian was sunk by a German U-boat in 1915, killing 29 crew members and 1,400 mules. Can divers track down the wreck after a century-long search?

Deep Wreck Mysteries TV Guide

Abandoned Engineering

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 16:00

Blast Zone: Within a dense Polish woodland sits a forgotten complex with an explosive history. Also, grand coastal defences in Ghana reveal a tortured past.

Abandoned Engineering TV Guide

Churchill's Bodyguard

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 17:00

The Kiss of Life?: Explosive series based on Walter Thompson's memoirs. Churchill is seriously ill and stops breathing, but with no doctor in sight only Walter can resuscitate him.

Churchill's Bodyguard TV Guide

War Factories

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 18:00

Colt & Kalashnikov: Long before Henry Ford, Samuel Colt is the true father of mass production. Ironically, it was the inadequacy of Soviet factory production which made the AK47 so effective.

War Factories TV Guide

Great British Railway Journeys

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 19:00

London Victoria to Abbey Wood: Michael Portillo learns about the drinking habits of volunteer Victorian firefighters and learns 19th-century sewage pumps were a marvel of design.

Great British Railway Journeys TV Guide

Great British Railway Journeys

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 19:30

London King's Cross to Peterborough: Michael Portillo discovers how a derelict part of London is being rejuvenated and puts in a shift at a Cambridgeshire brick factory.

Great British Railway Journeys TV Guide

New: Forbidden History

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 20:00

The Mystery of the Lost Japanese Treasure: Austrian historian Klaus Dona feels he's close to finding treasure buried under the Philippines by retreating Japanese forces at the end of WWII.

New: Forbidden History TV Guide

Open All Hours

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 21:00

The Well Catered Funeral: The great Ronnie Barker plays the miserly Arkwright, who has to leave his shop for a few hours to attend a friend's funeral. Think of the drop in takings...

Open All Hours TV Guide

Open All Hours

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 21:40

Apples and Self Service: Corner shop comedy pairing those two masters of the sitcom, Ronnie Barker and David Jason. Arkwright has a sales drive when he over-orders on the apple front.

Open All Hours TV Guide

Open All Hours

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 22:20

Laundry Blues: More laughs with the dream pairing of Ronnie Barker and David Jason in the classic corner shop comedy. Nurse Gladys Emmanuel has a problem with her washing machine.

Open All Hours TV Guide

Abandoned Engineering

Yesterday - Wednesday 30th September 2020 - 23:00

Blast Zone: Within a dense Polish woodland sits a forgotten complex with an explosive history. Also, grand coastal defences in Ghana reveal a tortured past.

Abandoned Engineering TV Guide

War Factories

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 00:00

Colt & Kalashnikov: Long before Henry Ford, Samuel Colt is the true father of mass production. Ironically, it was the inadequacy of Soviet factory production which made the AK47 so effective.

War Factories TV Guide

Mars the Magnificent

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 01:00

How and why did the 'unsinkable' Swedish warship, the Mars, catch fire and explode during the Northern Seven Years' War in 1564? An expedition to the wreck site reveals all.

Mars the Magnificent TV Guide

Trading History

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 02:00

Dresses once owned by Princess Diana, a collection of antique taxidermy and a book from the 1948 London Olympics are about to be auctioned off. Hear their intriguing stories.

Trading History TV Guide

Teleshopping

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 03:00

Shopping from Home.

Teleshopping TV Guide

Holocaust Escape Tunnel

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 06:00

Beneath the Lithuanian city of Vilnius lies a lost escape tunnel dug by Jewish prisoners from inside a horrific Nazi execution site. A team of archaeologists set out to unearth it.

Holocaust Escape Tunnel TV Guide

Trading History

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 07:10

Learn more about the Titanic disaster and the Great Train Robbery, as items from these momentous historical events go under the hammer. Bjork's dresses are also auctioned off.

Trading History TV Guide

Murder Maps

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 08:00

The Black Widow: Dramatised account of 19th-century serial killer Mary Ann Cotton, aka the Black Widow, who travelled around north-east England and murdered men for their life insurance.

Murder Maps TV Guide

War Factories

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 09:00

Colt & Kalashnikov: Long before Henry Ford, Samuel Colt is the true father of mass production. Ironically, it was the inadequacy of Soviet factory production which made the AK47 so effective.

War Factories TV Guide

Antiques Roadshow

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 10:00

Pembroke Castle 1: Fiona Bruce presents from Pembroke Castle in South Wales, where objects brought in to be valued include photographs charting the last days of the Russian royal family.

Antiques Roadshow TV Guide

Abandoned Engineering

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 11:00

Blast Zone: Within a dense Polish woodland sits a forgotten complex with an explosive history. Also, grand coastal defences in Ghana reveal a tortured past.

Abandoned Engineering TV Guide

Great British Railway Journeys

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 12:00

London Victoria to Abbey Wood: Michael Portillo learns about the drinking habits of volunteer Victorian firefighters and learns 19th-century sewage pumps were a marvel of design.

Great British Railway Journeys TV Guide

Great British Railway Journeys

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 12:30

London King's Cross to Peterborough: Michael Portillo discovers how a derelict part of London is being rejuvenated and puts in a shift at a Cambridgeshire brick factory.

Great British Railway Journeys TV Guide

Antiques Roadshow

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 13:00

Pembroke Castle 2: Fiona Bruce presents from Pembroke Castle, where items under inspection include a ring that changes colour, a papal hat and a collection of Anglo-Indian paintings.

Antiques Roadshow TV Guide

Secrets of the Railways

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 14:00

Hitler's Arctic Railway: The Nordland Line, the longest in Norway. Stretching between Trondheim and Bodo, it was first built to transport the country's iron ore.

Secrets of the Railways TV Guide

Deep Wreck Mysteries

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 15:00

The Leopoldville Disaster: Discover the ghostly remains of sunken ships beneath the waves. Divers explore the troopship SS Leopoldville. Almost 800 died when it was torpedoed in 1944.

Deep Wreck Mysteries TV Guide

Abandoned Engineering

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 16:00

North Of The Wall: A complex of stone buildings near Hadrian's Wall that were built to keep Northern hoards at bay! Also, a top secret military facility in the American Midwest.

Abandoned Engineering TV Guide

Churchill's Bodyguard

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 17:00

The Sewer Bomb: Hear more revelations in the documentary series based on Walter Thompson's suppressed memoirs. A trip to Athens, where the Greek communists plan to bomb Churchill.

Churchill's Bodyguard TV Guide

War Factories

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 18:00

The First Giants: The First World War led to a number of astounding war factories, which laid the foundations and paved the way for modern factories of today.

War Factories TV Guide

Great British Railway Journeys

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 19:00

Spalding to Grimsby: Michael Portillo learns how Lincolnshire farmers utilised railways to improve harvest, visits the Lincoln cathedral and looks to the future of rail freight.

Great British Railway Journeys TV Guide

Great British Railway Journeys

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 19:30

Stirling to Invergowrie: Michael Portillo embarks on the first leg of a journey from Stirling to John O'Groats, learning about a Scottish hero and visiting a Highland Games.

Great British Railway Journeys TV Guide

New: Adolf Hitler's War

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 20:00

Scorched Earth: In Kursk, a 'battlefield' the size of Wales, the tide turns, and the Soviet's push back, but as Germany retreats, they destroy all evidence of their genocidal activities.

New: Adolf Hitler's War TV Guide

Bangers & Cash

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 21:00

The team struggles to explain how a DAF 33 gearbox works, and office manager Sarah attempts to bring order to the auto memorabilia sale.

Bangers & Cash TV Guide

The World at War

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 22:00

Stalingrad: An epic timeline of WWII, as told by Laurence Olivier. After Hitler's initial territorial gains in Russia, his relentless advance was decisively stopped at Stalingrad.

The World at War TV Guide

Abandoned Engineering

Yesterday - Thursday 1st October 2020 - 23:00

North Of The Wall: A complex of stone buildings near Hadrian's Wall that were built to keep Northern hoards at bay! Also, a top secret military facility in the American Midwest.

Abandoned Engineering TV Guide

War Factories

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 00:00

The First Giants: The First World War led to a number of astounding war factories, which laid the foundations and paved the way for modern factories of today.

War Factories TV Guide

Holocaust Escape Tunnel

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 01:00

Beneath the Lithuanian city of Vilnius lies a lost escape tunnel dug by Jewish prisoners from inside a horrific Nazi execution site. A team of archaeologists set out to unearth it.

Holocaust Escape Tunnel TV Guide

Trading History

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 02:00

Learn more about the Titanic disaster and the Great Train Robbery, as items from these momentous historical events go under the hammer. Bjork's dresses are also auctioned off.

Trading History TV Guide

Teleshopping

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 03:00

Shopping from Home.

Teleshopping TV Guide

Trading History

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 06:00

Discover the incredible stories behind these auction lots, including a rare watch linked to the Great Escape. And hear how a cigarette case is tied to the fall of the Romanovs.

Trading History TV Guide

Holocaust Escape Tunnel

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 07:10

Beneath the Lithuanian city of Vilnius lies a lost escape tunnel dug by Jewish prisoners from inside a horrific Nazi execution site. A team of archaeologists set out to unearth it.

Holocaust Escape Tunnel TV Guide

Murder Maps

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 08:00

The Jigsaw Murders: The case of Dr Ruxton, a physician who lived a quiet, respectable life in Lancaster, until in 1935 he beat, strangled and stabbed his wife and housemaid to death.

Murder Maps TV Guide

War Factories

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 09:00

The First Giants: The First World War led to a number of astounding war factories, which laid the foundations and paved the way for modern factories of today.

War Factories TV Guide

Antiques Roadshow

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 10:00

Pembroke Castle 2: Fiona Bruce presents from Pembroke Castle, where items under inspection include a ring that changes colour, a papal hat and a collection of Anglo-Indian paintings.

Antiques Roadshow TV Guide

Abandoned Engineering

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 11:00

North Of The Wall: A complex of stone buildings near Hadrian's Wall that were built to keep Northern hoards at bay! Also, a top secret military facility in the American Midwest.

Abandoned Engineering TV Guide

Great British Railway Journeys

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 12:00

Spalding to Grimsby: Michael Portillo learns how Lincolnshire farmers utilised railways to improve harvest, visits the Lincoln cathedral and looks to the future of rail freight.

Great British Railway Journeys TV Guide

Great British Railway Journeys

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 12:30

Stirling to Invergowrie: Michael Portillo embarks on the first leg of a journey from Stirling to John O'Groats, learning about a Scottish hero and visiting a Highland Games.

Great British Railway Journeys TV Guide

Antiques Roadshow

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 13:00

Senate House 1: Fiona Bruce presents from Senate House in Bloomsbury, where items under valuation include a horse's hoof, a collection of stained glass panels, and a diamond bracelet.

Antiques Roadshow TV Guide

Secrets of the Railways

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 14:00

The Liverpool to Manchester Line: The Liverpool and Manchester Railway, which revolutionised rail travel when it opened in 1830, including introducing the first signalling system.

Secrets of the Railways TV Guide

Deep Wreck Mysteries

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 15:00

Collision Course: Divers attempt to solve the mystery surrounding the fatal collision between the Queen Mary and HMS Curacoa during World War II. Tune in to hear what they find.

Deep Wreck Mysteries TV Guide

Abandoned Engineering

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 16:00

Silent Cities: What is left behind when urban areas are abandoned? Hear about some remarkable ghost towns, including Pripyat - frozen in time after Chernobyl - and Hashima Island.

Abandoned Engineering TV Guide

Churchill's Bodyguard

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 17:00

Love Him to Death: Concluding the series revealing the dangers faced by the Prime Minister and his security. This time, an official parting and an amazing revelation from Churchill.

Churchill's Bodyguard TV Guide

Mission: Kill Hitler

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 18:00

Declassified British secret service documents tell the story of Operation Foxley, a lesser-known plot to murder Adolf Hitler during his daily morning walk at his Bavarian residence.

Mission: Kill Hitler TV Guide

Great British Railway Journeys

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 19:00

Dundee to Aberdeen: Michael Portillo travels from Dundee to Aberdeen, learning how Queen Victoria used to hide from her subjects and discovers why some factory workers went deaf.

Great British Railway Journeys TV Guide

Great British Railway Journeys

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 19:30

Dufftown to Aviemore: Michael Portillo journeys from Dufftown to Aviemore, learning how Victorian whisky trains were raided and travelling along one of Scotland's most impressive viaducts.

Great British Railway Journeys TV Guide

Secret Nazi Bases

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 20:00

Kraftwerk Nord West: One of the largest Nazi bunkers ever constructed, outside the French town of Watten, a missile facility with storage for 108 missiles and two launch pads.

Secret Nazi Bases TV Guide

Restoration Workshop

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 21:00

Gary Wallis visits an impressive helicopter museum. He buys a helicopter exhaust unit and a set of massive rotor blades and transforms them into remarkable pieces of furniture.

Restoration Workshop TV Guide

Warbird Workshop

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 22:00

Spitfire: On the legendary Battle of Britain airfield at Biggin Hill, a dedicated team of young engineers restore to flight a Spitfire that fought over Europe in 1944.

Warbird Workshop TV Guide

Abandoned Engineering

Yesterday - Friday 2nd October 2020 - 23:00

Silent Cities: What is left behind when urban areas are abandoned? Hear about some remarkable ghost towns, including Pripyat - frozen in time after Chernobyl - and Hashima Island.

Abandoned Engineering TV Guide

Mission: Kill Hitler

Yesterday - Saturday 3rd October 2020 - 00:00

Declassified British secret service documents tell the story of Operation Foxley, a lesser-known plot to murder Adolf Hitler during his daily morning walk at his Bavarian residence.

Mission: Kill Hitler TV Guide

Trading History

Yesterday - Saturday 3rd October 2020 - 01:00

Discover the incredible stories behind these auction lots, including a rare watch linked to the Great Escape. And hear how a cigarette case is tied to the fall of the Romanovs.

Trading History TV Guide

Holocaust Escape Tunnel

Yesterday - Saturday 3rd October 2020 - 02:00

Beneath the Lithuanian city of Vilnius lies a lost escape tunnel dug by Jewish prisoners from inside a horrific Nazi execution site. A team of archaeologists set out to unearth it.

Holocaust Escape Tunnel TV Guide

Teleshopping

Yesterday - Saturday 3rd October 2020 - 03:00

Shopping from Home.

Teleshopping TV Guide

Impossible Engineering

Yesterday - Saturday 3rd October 2020 - 06:00

Gotthard Tunnel: Opened in 2016, the $10.3bn Gotthard Base Tunnel in Switzerland became the world's longest tunnel. Discover how it was built and its effect on European transit.

Impossible Engineering TV Guide

Impossible Engineering

Yesterday - Saturday 3rd October 2020 - 07:10

Orion Space Craft: NASA's cutting-edge Orion spacecraft is the next big thing in space travel. Hear how developers hope the module will aid human exploration of Mars and of asteroids.

Impossible Engineering TV Guide

David Bowie - Finding Fame

Yesterday - Saturday 3rd October 2020 - 08:00

This fascinating film explores the little-known formative years of David Bowie's career and shows how these early experiences influenced the music that ultimately made Bowie a global icon.

David Bowie - Finding Fame TV Guide

Sounds of the Sixties

Yesterday - Saturday 3rd October 2020 - 09:00

1968-69: The Progressive Tendency: Vintage music. The focus here is on the late 1960s, a time of supergroups and guitar heroes including Cream, Pink Floyd, Donovan and Fleetwood Mac.

Sounds of the Sixties TV Guide