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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. (S2, E03)
20191012030000 +0100 to 20191012040000 +0100

Mass Extinction


A majority of Earth's species have quickly died out at least five times in history. Scientists explore these mass extinctions of the past and whether a man-made extinction could be next.
20191012040000 +0100 to 20191012050000 +0100

First Ladies Revealed


America's first ladies are not all content to stay in the background. Women like Eleanor Roosevelt and Hillary Clinton were determined to blaze a trail, fighting for civil and women's rights.
20191012050000 +0100 to 20191012060000 +0100

The Hunt For Eagle 56


The Mystery Deepens. The divers find the missing stern of 'Eagleandnbsp;56.' It suggests the ship was sunk by a German torpedo. Could a U-Boat have attacked the American coast in the final week of WWII?
20191012060000 +0100 to 20191012070000 +0100

The Hunt For Eagle 56


History Rewritten. A final dive and a trip to German archives reveals that Eagle 56, the last warship sunk off the US coast in WWII, was sunk by a U-Boat. Family members receive long-denied medals.
20191012070000 +0100 to 20191012080000 +0100

Shackleton's Frozen Hell


The disastrous Antarctic expedition of Ernest Shackleton, and his crew's battle for survival are relived through witness accounts, archival footage and dramatic recreations.
20191012080000 +0100 to 20191012090000 +0100

Aerial Americ


Fly over rugged shores and into the great wilderness seafarers once called "The Mainland." This aerial journey offers a stunning view of one of the most beautiful states on the Atlantic Coast.
20191012090000 +0100 to 20191012100000 +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. (S2, E03)
20191012100000 +0100 to 20191012110000 +0100

Mass Extinction


A majority of Earth's species have quickly died out at least five times in history. Scientists explore these mass extinctions of the past and whether a man-made extinction could be next.
20191012110000 +0100 to 20191012120000 +0100

Inside The Factory


Gregg Wallace, Cherry Healey and Ruth Goodman look at Britain's insatiable love affair with chocolate, and visit a chocolate factory in York which produces an astonishing seven million bars a year.
20191012120000 +0100 to 20191012130000 +0100

The Hunt For Eagle 56


History Rewritten. A final dive and a trip to German archives reveals that Eagle 56, the last warship sunk off the US coast in WWII, was sunk by a U-Boat. Family members receive long-denied medals.
20191012130000 +0100 to 20191012140000 +0100

Shackleton's Frozen Hell


The disastrous Antarctic expedition of Ernest Shackleton, and his crew's battle for survival are relived through witness accounts, archival footage and dramatic recreations.
20191012140000 +0100 to 20191012150000 +0100

Aerial Americ


Fly over rugged shores and into the great wilderness seafarers once called "The Mainland." This aerial journey offers a stunning view of one of the most beautiful states on the Atlantic Coast.
20191012150000 +0100 to 20191012160000 +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. (S2, E03)
20191012160000 +0100 to 20191012170000 +0100

The Obama Years


The story of Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States, told through some of the defining speeches of his political career.
20191012170000 +0100 to 20191012180000 +0100

Mass Extinction


A majority of Earth's species have quickly died out at least five times in history. Scientists explore these mass extinctions of the past and whether a man-made extinction could be next.
20191012180000 +0100 to 20191012190000 +0100

Pacific War in Colour


WWII combat cameraman reveal what happened at The Battle of Okinawa, the Australian-led invasion of Borneo, and the most intense Japanese kamikaze attacks of the entire campaign. (S1, E07)
20191013010000 +0100 to 20191013020000 +0100

Pacific War in Colour


Dramatic colour combat footage and personal accounts of the Pacific War's final days, as Japan tries to recover from the atomic bombs and the relentless US military onslaught. (S1, E08)
20191013020000 +0100 to 20191013030000 +0100

Pacific War in Colour


As an attack on Japan from inland Asia stalls, the U.S. military strategy of taking island by island gathers momentum and commanders believe the end of the war is in sight. (S1, E05)
20191012190000 +0100 to 20191012200000 +0100

Pacific War in Colour


Most of World War II in Europe was filmed in black and white, but America's war against the Japanese in the Pacific was almost entirely captured by combat cameramen using colour film. (S1, E06)
20191012200000 +0100 to 20191012210000 +0100

Pacific War in Colour


WWII combat cameraman reveal what happened at The Battle of Okinawa, the Australian-led invasion of Borneo, and the most intense Japanese kamikaze attacks of the entire campaign. (S1, E07)
20191012210000 +0100 to 20191012220000 +0100

Pacific War in Colour


Dramatic colour combat footage and personal accounts of the Pacific War's final days, as Japan tries to recover from the atomic bombs and the relentless US military onslaught. (S1, E08)
20191012220000 +0100 to 20191012230000 +0100

Pacific War in Colour


As an attack on Japan from inland Asia stalls, the U.S. military strategy of taking island by island gathers momentum and commanders believe the end of the war is in sight. (S1, E05)
20191012230000 +0100 to 20191013000000 +0100

Pacific War in Colour


Most of World War II in Europe was filmed in black and white, but America's war against the Japanese in the Pacific was almost entirely captured by combat cameramen using colour film. (S1, E06)
20191013000000 +0100 to 20191013010000 +0100