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Aerial Americ


A soaring tour over the Golden State's beaches, vast deserts, volcanic craters, and a look down at the City of Angels, where movie moguls and celebrities make Hollywood the heart of show business
20210621040000 +0100 to 20210621050000 +0100

Aerial Americ


Explore America's massive lakes, powerful rivers and spectacular glaciers. Witness the products of millions of years of geological evolution and remarkable feats of modern engineering. (S1, E60)
20210621050000 +0100 to 20210621060000 +0100

Aerial Americ


From New York's Empire State Building to Seattle's Space Needle, this is an aerial journey over America's most spectacular and fascinating cities; includes Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago and Boston.
20210621060000 +0100 to 20210621070000 +0100

The Curious Life and Death of...


Brittany Murphy. The Hollywood beauty dies mysteriously after her career crashes. Months later, her husband dies the same way... in the same mansion. Coincidence? Dr. Lindsey Fitzharris investigates
20210621130000 +0100 to 20210621140000 +0100

The Curious Life and Death of...


Harry Houdini. The most famous celebrity of the early 20th Century, the magician and escape artist's sudden death at the peak of health has long remained mysterious. Was it an accident... or murder?
20210621140000 +0100 to 20210621150000 +0100

The Curious Life and Death of...


Pablo Escobar. Medical historian Lindsey Fitzharris conducts a virtual autopsy to examine the case of the world's most infamous drug Lord. Was he killed by the police, a US drug squad or his own hand?
20210621150000 +0100 to 20210621160000 +0100

Air Warriors


B-29 Superfortress. The plane that changed the face of war, it dropped the bomb on Hiroshima but was also the first plane with a pressurized cabin and the first that could fly more than 3,000 miles.
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Air Warriors


Hawker Hurricane. The overlooked underdog of British fighter planes. Fast and versatile, the dogfighter doubled as a bomber and ground support aircraft in every theater of WWII. (S8, E03)
20210621170000 +0100 to 20210621180000 +0100

Air Warriors


Me-109. Considered the deadliest fighter of WWII, Germany's Me-109s were feared by Allied bombers and fighters alike. 109s fought Spitfires in the Battle of Britain and with Rommel in North Africa.
20210621180000 +0100 to 20210621190000 +0100

Aerial Americ


One of only three US states to have a Pacific Ocean coastline, Oregon is a mixture of volcanoes, huge lakes, dense forests, high deserts and semi-arid shrublands. (S1, E10)
20210621070000 +0100 to 20210621080000 +0100

Aerial Americ


The spirit and history of the South imbue this flight across a state named in honour of King Charles I. From Fort Sumter, where America's Civil War started, to cypress swamps and stunning beaches.
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Aerial Americ


A flight over Massachusetts explores the sites where Britain fought the first battles of the American Revolution, witches were put on trial and an 86-year old sports curse was broken. (S1, E12)
20210621090000 +0100 to 20210621100000 +0100

Secret City of WWI


The discovery of an underground city in Northern France, where World War I soldiers took refuge. A historian and photographer attempts to connect the names to their descendants.
20210621100000 +0100 to 20210621110000 +0100

The Lost Ships


The Hunt for the Kaiser's Superfleet. The search for the Scharnhorst, the German armored cruiser sunk by the Royal Navy in 1914 in the Battle of the Falkland Islands. Admiral Graf von Spee's flagship.
20210621110000 +0100 to 20210621123000 +0100

The Curious Life and Death of...


A Titanic Child. Lindsey Fitzharris hunts for the identity of the saddest victim of the Titanic: a two-year-old child. Forensics, first-hand accounts and new DNA evidence may finally name him
20210621120000 +0100 to 20210621130000 +0100

Inside The Factory


Gregg Wallace is in Burton on Trent at Britain's biggest brewery. It produces 3 million pints a day and has a machine that fills 165 cans in 5.5 secs. Cherry Healey shows the secret of a perfect pint.
20210621190000 +0100 to 20210621200000 +0100

Searching for Secrets


San Francisco. Local experts discover how the famous pride flag lost two of its stripes, and what an apartment on Telegraph Hill has to do with the CIA, mind control, and the Summer of Love.
20210621200000 +0100 to 20210621210000 +0100

How Did They Build That?


Towers and Roofs. Engineers bend two New York skyscrapers and connect them with a sky bridge 700 feet up; Singapore's 'Hive' is built without a single straight structural support. A canopy in Greece.
20210621210000 +0100 to 20210621220000 +0100

Inside The Factory


Gregg Wallace goes to a historic factory in Germany producing 600,000 pencils a day and learns the importance of graphite. Cherry Healey discovers its astonishing properties at Manchester University.
20210621220000 +0100 to 20210621230000 +0100

Searching for Secrets


San Francisco. Local experts discover how the famous pride flag lost two of its stripes, and what an apartment on Telegraph Hill has to do with the CIA, mind control, and the Summer of Love.
20210621230000 +0100 to 20210622000000 +0100

How Did They Build That?


Towers and Roofs. Engineers bend two New York skyscrapers and connect them with a sky bridge 700 feet up; Singapore's 'Hive' is built without a single straight structural support. A canopy in Greece.
20210622000000 +0100 to 20210622010000 +0100

Searching for Secrets


New York. Why can't you go up Lady Liberty's torch? What's behind the famous 21 Club's secret door? And how did the city's top tourist attraction put cowboys out of work? (S1, E01)
20210622010000 +0100 to 20210622020000 +0100

Searching for Secrets


San Francisco. Local experts discover how the famous pride flag lost two of its stripes, and what an apartment on Telegraph Hill has to do with the CIA, mind control, and the Summer of Love.
20210622020000 +0100 to 20210622030000 +0100

Aerial Americ


American road trips are legendary and every year millions of drivers cover huge parts of the States in search of hidden attractions. This aerial 'road trip' uncovers some of the more unusual ones.
20210622030000 +0100 to 20210622040000 +0100

D-Day and the Dambusters


Historian and former RAF navigator John Nichol reveals how the famous bomber squadron of WWII, 617 Squadron, fooled Nazi Germany into believing the Allied invasion would be at Calais, not Normandy.
20210621143000 +0100 to 20210621160000 +0100

Gallipoli


The largest sea-born invasion of its time, Gallipoli was supposed to turn the tide of World War I. Instead, it became the burial ground for thousands of British, Australian and Turkish troops.
20210621123000 +0100 to 20210621143000 +0100