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Wildest Europe


Forests and Woodlands. Explores the wildlife of Europe's astonishing woodland and forested habitats, including Europe's third largest predator, the Eurasian lynx. S1, Ep4
20200531030000 +0100 to 20200531040000 +0100

Wildest Europe


Arid Lands. In Southern Europe the summer temperatures often exceed 30 degrees Celsius, where life is pushed to its limits in arid and challenging lands. S1, Ep5
20200531040000 +0100 to 20200531050000 +0100

Wildest Indochina


Cambodia. Explore Cambodia, one of the most bio diverse countries in Southeast Asia, whose wildlife and climate is ruled by the impact of the annual monsoon cycle. S1, Ep1
20200531050000 +0100 to 20200531060000 +0100

Mystery Investigator: Olly Steeds


Hitler's Mummies. Olly Steeds investigates the inner workings of the Nazi propaganda machine and examines the Third Reich's fascination with mummies. S1, Ep6
20200531060000 +0100 to 20200531070000 +0100

Mystery Investigator: Olly Steeds


Devil's Island. Olly Steeds experiences the horrors of prison life at the notorious Devil's Island prison in French Guiana, testing whether tales of great escapes could be true. S1, Ep7
20200531070000 +0100 to 20200531080000 +0100

Devonport: Inside The Royal Navy


The Cruel Sea. Devonport's famous Breakwater is damaged after recent storms but will rough seas scupper its repair? A battle erupts between Devonport's two beekeeping teams! S1, Ep5
20200531080000 +0100 to 20200531090000 +0100

Devonport: Inside The Royal Navy


The Homecoming. HMS Bulwark returns after a vital operation saving migrants in the Mediterranean. Meanwhile in Devonport a sailor lets his hair down a bit too much. S1, Ep6
20200531090000 +0100 to 20200531100000 +0100

America: Facts vs. Fiction


Ike and MacArthur. Hosted by former Naval officer Jamie Kaler, the series uncovers unknown details of American history to draw a line in the sand separating fact and fiction. S3, Ep1
20200531100000 +0100 to 20200531103000 +0100

America: Facts vs. Fiction


Worlds of Amusement. Much of what we know about amusement parks and world's fairs is myth, not truth. Discover why Walt Disney's second theme park was almost in St. Louis. S3, Ep2
20200531103000 +0100 to 20200531110000 +0100

America: Facts vs. Fiction


Welcome to the Big Apple. Discover why a penny tossed from the top of the skyscraper won't kill anyone, and the real story of Grand Central's 'secret' train platform. S3, Ep3
20200531110000 +0100 to 20200531113000 +0100

America: Facts vs. Fiction


The Princess And The Pathfinders. We remember Pocahontas and John Smith as lovers -but she actually married another John. And Lewis and Clark's exploits were forgotten for a century. S3, Ep4
20200531113000 +0100 to 20200531120000 +0100

America: Facts vs. Fiction


Unwrapping the Holidays. Learn how Santa is actually the product of three New York minds, and how the Times Square Ball drop is based on a bygone system of standardizing time. S3, Ep5
20200531120000 +0100 to 20200531123000 +0100

America: Facts vs. Fiction


Kings of the Sky. Charles Lindbergh was far from the first man to fly the Atlantic. And the biggest danger astronaut John Glenn faced was actually on the launch pad. S3, Ep6
20200531123000 +0100 to 20200531130000 +0100

America: Facts vs. Fiction


Top Secret Vaults. Myths surround America's most secret vaults. $250 billion of gold sit in the Federal Reserve Bank of New York- protected by low-tech technology built in 1924. S3, Ep7
20200531130000 +0100 to 20200531133000 +0100

America: Facts vs. Fiction


Not So Close Encounters. Did an alien spaceship crash in Roswell in 1947, and are scientists reverse-engineering extra-terrestrial technology in the Nevada desert's Area 51? S3, Ep8
20200531133000 +0100 to 20200531140000 +0100

America: Facts vs. Fiction


Roads to Freedom. Discover how black leaders, not white, fought slavery on the Underground Railroad, and how the Women's Suffrage Movement was a thoroughly violent affair. S3, Ep9
20200531140000 +0100 to 20200531143000 +0100

America: Facts vs. Fiction


D.C. Decoding. Few realize that the remains of the original White House are buried under a baseball diamond in Virginia - or that people have jumped over the Washington Monument. S3, Ep10
20200531143000 +0100 to 20200531150000 +0100

Mystery Investigator: Olly Steeds


Hitler's Mummies. Olly Steeds investigates the inner workings of the Nazi propaganda machine and examines the Third Reich's fascination with mummies. S1, Ep6
20200531150000 +0100 to 20200531160000 +0100

Mystery Investigator: Olly Steeds


Devil's Island. Olly Steeds experiences the horrors of prison life at the notorious Devil's Island prison in French Guiana, testing whether tales of great escapes could be true. S1, Ep7
20200531160000 +0100 to 20200531170000 +0100

Devonport: Inside The Royal Navy


The Cruel Sea. Devonport's famous Breakwater is damaged after recent storms but will rough seas scupper its repair? A battle erupts between Devonport's two beekeeping teams! S1, Ep5
20200531170000 +0100 to 20200531180000 +0100

Devonport: Inside The Royal Navy


The Homecoming. HMS Bulwark returns after a vital operation saving migrants in the Mediterranean. Meanwhile in Devonport a sailor lets his hair down a bit too much. S1, Ep6
20200531180000 +0100 to 20200531190000 +0100

America: Facts vs. Fiction


Ike and MacArthur. Hosted by former Naval officer Jamie Kaler, the series uncovers unknown details of American history to draw a line in the sand separating fact and fiction. S3, Ep1
20200601010000 +0100 to 20200601013000 +0100

America: Facts vs. Fiction


Worlds of Amusement. Much of what we know about amusement parks and world's fairs is myth, not truth. Discover why Walt Disney's second theme park was almost in St. Louis. S3, Ep2
20200601013000 +0100 to 20200601020000 +0100

America: Facts vs. Fiction


Welcome to the Big Apple. Discover why a penny tossed from the top of the skyscraper won't kill anyone, and the real story of Grand Central's 'secret' train platform. S3, Ep3
20200601020000 +0100 to 20200601023000 +0100

America: Facts vs. Fiction


The Princess And The Pathfinders. We remember Pocahontas and John Smith as lovers -but she actually married another John. And Lewis and Clark's exploits were forgotten for a century. S3, Ep4
20200601023000 +0100 to 20200601030000 +0100

Secret Space Escapes


Point of No Return. A spacewalker loses his vision and is locked outside his craft after a malfunction. Plus, cosmonauts are engulfed by a fire while still on the launchpad. S1, Ep5
20200531190000 +0100 to 20200531200000 +0100

NASA's Unexplained Files


Saturn's Moon Monsters. When NASA discovers something strange on Saturn's biggest moon, experts investigate if aliens feeding on the world's electric atmosphere could be the culprit. S4, Ep4
20200531200000 +0100 to 20200531210000 +0100

Codes and Conspiracies


Pearl Harbor. December 7th, 1941 - a day of infamy that changed America forever. But was the attack really a surprise? What did Franklin Roosevelt know about the attack beforehand? S3, Ep4
20200531210000 +0100 to 20200531220000 +0100

Dark Matters: Twisted But True


Positively Poisonous. Host John Noble looks at the story of an actress, Hedy Lamarr, who invented a secure way to radio-control torpedoes in WWII. This led to Wi-Fi technology. S2, Ep5
20200531220000 +0100 to 20200531230000 +0100

Adnan Syed: Innocent Or Guilty?


Follow the latest twist in the case of Adnan Syed, convicted of murdering his former high school girlfriend, with new evidence and an interview with his current defence attorney.
20200531230000 +0100 to 20200601000000 +0100

The 1980s: The Deadliest Decade


The Preppy Murder. Beautiful teenager Jennifer Levin is found strangled to death in Central Park. Prep school heartthrob, Robert Chambers, is arrested but blames it on 'rough sex.' S1, Ep5
20200601000000 +0100 to 20200601010000 +0100