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Yesterday - channel number 537
00:00The World at War[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 3/27: France Falls
How, in 1940, the French Army suffered a heavy defeat after underestimating the Nazis' strength while relying on First World War strategies and equipment to defend its frontiers. Narrated by Laurence OlivierDocumentary
01:00I Was There - Battle of Britain[SUB]
The pilots of the 501 Squadron tell the story of the 1940 Second World War air conflict in their own wordsDocumentary
01:50South Africa Walks[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 3/4: The Kruger
Julia Bradbury continues her South African journey as she prepares to tackle the Kruger National Park, one of the largest game reserves in Africa. With the help of an experienced ranger as her guide, she begins a trek through the area and learns the wilderness offers more to see than just big cats and elephantsDocumentary
02:20Wainwright Walks: Coast to Coast[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 6/6: The End of the Road
Julia Bradbury sets off on the last leg of her journey at the highest and most remote overnight spot of the whole walk. Her end goal is Robin Hood's Bay, but first she must cross the North York Moors, walking through Eskdale and on to the woods of Littlebeck before reaching the cliffs at her final destination, where she reflects on the adventure and the legacy of Alfred WainwrightNature/Animals/Environment/Documentary
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06:15Antiques Roadshow[SUB]
Series 34. Episode 1/28: Manchester Town Hall 1
Fiona Bruce and the experts visit Manchester Town Hall, where items awaiting valuation include a chair Arthur Negus examined on the show 30 years ago, artefacts from the Russian Revolution and a toy last used in Edwardian times. The presenter also tests viewers' knowledge by asking them to tell the difference between widely available antiques and rare pieces sought after by collectorsAntiques/Collectibles
07:00Flog It![SUB]
People are invited to try to make money out of their antiques by taking a risk at auctionAntiques/Collectibles
08:00Cash in the Attic[SUB]
Freedman
Gloria Hunniford and John Cameron help Diana Freedman from Sussex raise enough money to take her three daughters to a musical in London's West EndGeneral Show/Game Show
09:00Dickinson's Real Deal
David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sumGeneral Show/Game Show
10:00Singapore 1942: End of Empire
Part one of two. Documentary marking the 70th anniversary of the fall of Singapore to Japanese forces in February 1942, an event that brought an empire to its knees and changed the destiny of millions. The programme analyses how conflicts in rural areas led to Japan capturing Britain's main military base in Southeast Asia, and features eyewitness accounts from soldiers, airmen and nurses, as well as Malaysian and Singaporean civilians. Narrated by Jamie LeeGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics
11:00Secrets of War[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 9/65: Tools of Deception
Ways of deceiving the enemy on and off the battlefield, from camouflage to propaganda. Narrated by Charlton HestonHistory
12:00Locomotion: Dan Snow's History of Railways[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 2/3
The historian and broadcaster examines the impact the railway had on London in the late 1830s, linking it to Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester. This was the start of a truly national network and one of the greatest civil engineering projects in history, while tycoons including Samuel Morton Peto and George Hudson made fortunes as the stock markets boomed. However, the bubble burst in 1847 and shares plummeted, leaving thousands of people facing bankruptcy courtsGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics
13:00Antiques Roadshow[SUB]
Series 34. Episode 1/28: Manchester Town Hall 1
Fiona Bruce and the experts visit Manchester Town Hall, where items awaiting valuation include a chair Arthur Negus examined on the show 30 years ago, artefacts from the Russian Revolution and a toy last used in Edwardian times. The presenter also tests viewers' knowledge by asking them to tell the difference between widely available antiques and rare pieces sought after by collectorsAntiques/Collectibles
14:00Dickinson's Real Deal
David Dickinson helps members of the public sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sumGeneral Show/Game Show
15:00Flog It![SUB]
People are invited to try to make money out of their antiques by taking a risk at auctionAntiques/Collectibles
16:00Cash in the Attic[SUB]
Freedman
Gloria Hunniford and John Cameron help Diana Freedman from Sussex raise enough money to take her three daughters to a musical in London's West EndGeneral Show/Game Show
17:00Singapore 1942: End of Empire
Part one of two. Documentary marking the 70th anniversary of the fall of Singapore to Japanese forces in February 1942, an event that brought an empire to its knees and changed the destiny of millions. The programme analyses how conflicts in rural areas led to Japan capturing Britain's main military base in Southeast Asia, and features eyewitness accounts from soldiers, airmen and nurses, as well as Malaysian and Singaporean civilians. Narrated by Jamie LeeGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics
18:00Secrets of War[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 9/65: Tools of Deception
Ways of deceiving the enemy on and off the battlefield, from camouflage to propaganda. Narrated by Charlton HestonHistory
19:00Time Team[SUB]
Series 19. Episode 9/13: Caerleon
Tony Robinson and the team head to the Roman legionary fort of Caerleon, in Gwent, where they investigate evidence that a huge structure - a courtyard surrounded by stone buildings - once led from the fort down to the River Usk. Archaeologists from Cardiff University help shed new light on what was once seen solely as a military outpostArchaeology
20:00Edward VIII: The Lion King[SUB]
Recently released footage filmed in 1928 and 1930 by Edward VIII himself shows the much-maligned monarch in a new light, revealing the untold story of his safaris in Africa and his role in changing the future of the continent's wildlife. He was shocked by the scale of the slaughter he encountered, with elephants, rhinos, lions and leopards being killed in their thousands, and led a conservation campaign to protect the lives of these animalsDocumentary
21:00Instruments of Death[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 1/6: The English Civil War - The Battle of Naseby
Karl Ude-Martinez and Kevin Hicks explore how weapons and body armour were developed, beginning with a look at the impact of the 1645 Battle of Naseby during the English Civil WarGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics
22:00Top of the Pops: The Story of 1977[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 1/43
Performances by punk and new wave acts on the music show in 1977, including the Stranglers and the Jam, plus the continuing power of disco exemplified by Donna Summer's I Feel Love, the reggae of Bob Marley and pub rock by acts such as Eddie and the Hot Rods. Insight into performing on the programme comes from musicians including John Otway, JJ Burnel of the Stranglers, Paul Cook of the Sex Pistols, members of Darts and the Adverts, as well as contributions from Nicky Wire, Alexis Petridis and Pete PaphidesPop
23:00I Was There - Battle of Britain[SUB]
The pilots of the 501 Squadron tell the story of the 1940 Second World War air conflict in their own wordsDocumentary