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Yesterday - channel number 537
00:00The World at War[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 12/27: Whirlwind
Bomber Command are unable to hit their targets precisely and attack German cities under cover of darknessDocumentary
01:00Antiques Roadshow[SUB]
Series 33. Episode 3/29: Somerleyton
The team heads to Somerleyton Hall, near Lowestoft, where the objects up for valuation include a bracelet given to Queen Victoria and a picture painted by a suffragette artist. The experts also investigate the origins of an intriguing box of paints that is said to have belonged to John ConstableAntiques/Collectibles
01:45Fighting the Blue[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 4/4: We Can Take It!
First-hand accounts of what it was like to experience an air raid, as Britons in towns and cities took shelter in subterranean bunkers while German bombs rained downDocumentary
02:35Julia Bradbury's German Wanderlust
Series 1. Episode 3/4: Ruegen
The presenter visits the Baltic coastline, which became popular with holiday-makers inspired by romantic painters including Caspar David Friedrich. She walks along seaside resorts and beaches, seeing the chalk cliffs that were popular with Friedrich, and encounters the remains of Adolf Hitler's efforts to create a Nazi holiday campDocumentary
03:00Close
06:15From Blackpool to Benidorm[SUB AD]
Ruth Mado, who starred as Gladys Pugh in the holiday camp sitcom Hi-De-Hi, traces the birth of the 1960s holidaymaking craze, from seaside resorts such as Blackpool to facilities like Butlins and early foreign package holidaysDocumentary
07:00Flog It![SUB]
Swansea 1
Experts Mark Stacey and Kate Bliss help Swansea locals sell antiques and collectibles, while presenter Paul Martin is sketched by local artist Valerie GanzAntiques/Collectibles
08:00Cash in the Attic[SUB]
Series 16. Episode 16/25: Kay
Lorne Spicer and Paul Hayes help Josephine Kay raise at least £1,000 so she can try out the alleged health benefits of the Dead Sea and hopefully ease her arthritis. Among the items put up for auction is a silver tea service that Josephine saved hard for as a childGeneral Show/Game Show
09:00Dickinson's Real Deal
Melton Mowbray 4
David Dickinson and antique dealers Ian Towning, Cheryl Hakeney, James Layte and Tony Geering visit Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, where they drive hard bargains for their favourite items, and a set of family photographs causes a stirGeneral Show/Game Show
10:00WWII: Countdown to Victory[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 3/24: First Blood
Prime Minister Winston Churchill takes office, and Allied soldiers are evacuated from Dunkirk in May and June, 1940History
11:00Secrets of War[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 24/65: Super Guns
The development of superguns, from Germany's Big Bertha to Iraq's secret Project BabylonHistory
12:00The Golden Age of Steam Railways[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 2/2: Branching Out
Part two of two. The story of the visionaries who helped to rescue Britain's standard gauge railways continues, as further home-shot footage reveals how these volunteers managed to restore the lines that once served the nation's mines, quarries, factories and docks, but fell into disuse from the 1950s onwards. Narrated by Jenny AgutterDocumentary
13:00Dickinson's Real Deal
Melton Mowbray 4
David Dickinson and antique dealers Ian Towning, Cheryl Hakeney, James Layte and Tony Geering visit Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, where they drive hard bargains for their favourite items, and a set of family photographs causes a stirGeneral Show/Game Show
14:00Antiques Roadshow[SUB]
Series 34. Episode 17/28: St Andrews University 1
Fiona Bruce and the team head to St Andrews University, where items of interest include a small bowl believed to have belonged to Bonnie Prince Charlie, early Chinese vases from the Forbidden City, and an extraordinary hoard of posters from the Second World WarAntiques/Collectibles
15:00Flog It![SUB]
Swansea 1
Experts Mark Stacey and Kate Bliss help Swansea locals sell antiques and collectibles, while presenter Paul Martin is sketched by local artist Valerie GanzAntiques/Collectibles
16:00Cash in the Attic[SUB]
Series 16. Episode 16/25: Kay
Lorne Spicer and Paul Hayes help Josephine Kay raise at least £1,000 so she can try out the alleged health benefits of the Dead Sea and hopefully ease her arthritis. Among the items put up for auction is a silver tea service that Josephine saved hard for as a childGeneral Show/Game Show
17:00WWII: Countdown to Victory[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 3/24: First Blood
Prime Minister Winston Churchill takes office, and Allied soldiers are evacuated from Dunkirk in May and June, 1940History
18:00Secrets of War[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 24/65: Super Guns
The development of superguns, from Germany's Big Bertha to Iraq's secret Project BabylonHistory
19:00Time Team[SUB]
Series 16. Episode 13/13: Blythburgh, Suffolk: Skeletons in the Shed
Tony Robinson and the team investigate a back garden in Blythburgh, Suffolk, where a cupboard full of human skulls was discovered in the potting shed. The archaeologists believe the site could yield the remains of a medieval priory and the body of a Saxon warrior king killed on the nearby marshes. However, the buildings fail to materialise and burials are uncovered in strange locationsArchaeology
20:00Edward VII: Prince of Pleasure[SUB]
Documentary examining the mystery of a monarch who has been described as a dynasty builder, a sex addict, an astute political operator and a boorish philistine, as well as demonstrating how his legacy still has relevance todayDocumentary
21:00Instruments of Death[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 4/6: The Great War: The Somme
Karl Ude-Martinez investigates weapons used during 1916's Battle of the Somme, including machine guns and poison gasGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics
22:00Disco at the BBC[SUB]
Archive performances of disco classics by acts including Chic, Rose Royce, Labelle, Gladys Knight and Village People, from shows such as Top of the Pops, The Old Grey Whistle Test and Later with Jools HollandDocumentary
23:00Secrets of War[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 24/65: Super Guns
The development of superguns, from Germany's Big Bertha to Iraq's secret Project BabylonHistory