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00:00Flog It![SUB]
People are invited to try to make money out of their antiques by taking a risk at auctionAntiques/Collectibles
01:00Time Team[SUB]
Series 19. Episode 7/13: Colne Priory, Essex
Property magnate Paul Whight invites Tony Robinson and the team to investigate his stately home in Essex to learn more about the De Veres, better known as the Earls of Oxford, who once lived there. In an in-depth search of the building and garden, the archaeologists gradually make discoveries that shed light on the history of the home and the aristocratic familyArchaeology
01:45History Cold Case[SUB AD]
Series 2. Episode 3/4: The Bodies in the Well
Professor Sue Black and her forensic anthropology team examine the remains of 17 people discovered in a dry well shaft in Norwich city centre. With the skeletons thought to date back to the early 1200s, they suspect this is a case of medieval murder, but there is a bigger shock in store when the identities of the people are revealedGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics
02:35Wainwright Walks: Coast to Coast[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 3/6: Eden and the Pennines
A third of the way through Alfred Wainwright's route across northern England, Julia Bradbury reaches the Eden Valley. The bustling town of Kirkby Stephen marks the beginning of her climb over the Pennines, but wet weather makes for a challenging journeyNature/Animals/Environment/Documentary
03:00Close
06:15Digging for Britain
Series 1. Episode 4/4: The Tudors
Alice Roberts finds out about discoveries that shed light on the Tudor Age, visiting excavations at Shakespeare's first theatre in London's Shoreditch and at his last home in Stratford-upon-Avon, where clues reveal his economical use of money. In Wales, she meets a team of archaeologists learning about the realities of Henry VIII's dissolution of the monasteries, while the history of a forgotten royal palace is uncovered on the banks of the ThamesDocumentary
07:00Flog It![SUB]
Buxton 10
Philip Serrell and Kate Bliss visit Buxton, Derbyshire, to see what antiques the locals have brought along, while Paul Martin gets to know a family of eccentric aristocratsAntiques/Collectibles
08:00Bargain Hunt[SUB]
Series 16. Episode 4/25: Tetbury 20
Tim Wonnacott challenges a pair of murder-mystery fans and two RAF engineers to scour an antiques fair in Tetbury, Gloucestershire, and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction. With experts Pippa Deeley and Thomas PlantGame Show/Quiz/Antiques/Collectibles
09:00Time Team[SUB]
Series 19. Episode 8/13: Kenfig
Tony Robinson and the team head to Kenfig, south Wales, to search for the remains of the once-thriving harbour town believed to have been buried beneath sand dunes in a series of storms more than 500 years ago. The archaeologists have only three days to determine the size of the lost community and search for evidence of the battles between the locals and the Anglo-Norman settlersArchaeology
10:00The Spitfire: Britain's Flying Past[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 1/3
In a programme from 2011, broadcaster and flying enthusiast John Sergeant celebrates the 75th anniversary of the Spitfire by documenting the history of the fighter plane, from its creation to its withdrawal from service. He also meets people whose lives have been in some way intimately related to itGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics/History
11:00Secrets of War[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 8/65: The Battle of Britain
An examination of the Battle of Britain, focusing on the fighter pilots and the 20,000 men and women who made victory possible. Narrated by Charlton HestonHistory
12:00The Man who Discovered Egypt[SUB AD]
Chris Naunton, director of the Egypt Exploration Society, profiles Victorian adventurer Flinders Petrie. He explains how Petrie changed the world's understanding of ancient Egyptian civilisation by conducting a scientific survey of the pyramids, making valuable historical discoveries along the way. He also discusses how Petrie's methods of investigation revolutionised archaeologyDocumentary
13:00Cilla's Unswung Sixties[SUB AD]
Cilla Black tells the real story of Britain's popular culture in a decade synonymous with music and fashion. Drawing on her own memories and experiences, the singer reveals what the British public was really wearing in the 1960s, the records they bought and what they liked to do in their spare timeDocumentary
14:00Antiques Roadshow[SUB]
Series 27. Episode 20/25: HMS Victory
The 2005 special from HMS Victory in Portsmouth, in which Michael Aspel marked the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar. Among the finds on display are ornately decorated ostrich eggs carved by a member of the ship's crew and a box made out of debris taken from the vessel in the aftermath of the battleAntiques/Collectibles
15:00Flog It![SUB]
Buxton
Kate Bliss and Philip Serrell travel to Buxton Pavilion Gardens in the Peak District to offer advice on the townsfolk's prized possessions, while presenter Paul Martin goes underground to explore Poole's CavernAntiques/Collectibles
16:00Bargain Hunt[SUB]
Series 16. Episode 4/25: Tetbury 20
Tim Wonnacott challenges a pair of murder-mystery fans and two RAF engineers to scour an antiques fair in Tetbury, Gloucestershire, and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction. With experts Pippa Deeley and Thomas PlantGame Show/Quiz/Antiques/Collectibles
17:00The Spitfire: Britain's Flying Past[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 1/3
In a programme from 2011, broadcaster and flying enthusiast John Sergeant celebrates the 75th anniversary of the Spitfire by documenting the history of the fighter plane, from its creation to its withdrawal from service. He also meets people whose lives have been in some way intimately related to itGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics/History
18:00Secrets of War[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 8/65: The Battle of Britain
An examination of the Battle of Britain, focusing on the fighter pilots and the 20,000 men and women who made victory possible. Narrated by Charlton HestonHistory
19:00Time Team[SUB]
Series 19. Episode 8/13: Kenfig
Tony Robinson and the team head to Kenfig, south Wales, to search for the remains of the once-thriving harbour town believed to have been buried beneath sand dunes in a series of storms more than 500 years ago. The archaeologists have only three days to determine the size of the lost community and search for evidence of the battles between the locals and the Anglo-Norman settlersArchaeology
20:00David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 5/5: Seeing the Pattern
David Attenborough examines a zebra's stripes and the wings of a butterfly, as he continues to discover nature's evolutionary anomaliesNature/Animals/Environment
20:30Great British Railway Journeys[SUB]
Series 2. Episode 25/25: Lochailort to Skye
In the final leg of his journey from Ayr to Skye, Michael Portillo discovers how the railways provided Second World War commandos with the means to travel to the isolated landscape of Lochailort, where they were able to train without attracting the attention of German spies. He also learns why langoustines have replaced herrings as the best catch in the fishing port of Mallaig, and explores the history of Highland croftersTourism/Travel/General Education/Science/Factual Topics
21:00One Foot in the Grave[SUB]
Series 6. Episode 2/6: Tales of Terror
Victor's unease at the possible outcome of a medical test is compounded by the discovery that he has just bought a car with an obscene number plate. However, it isn't until later, when he attends an amateur dramatics rehearsal at neighbour Nick Swainey's house, that things really start getting him down. Richard Wilson starsSitcom
21:40One Foot in the Grave[SUB]
Series 6. Episode 3/6: The Futility of the Fly
Victor hires a daily to help out around the house, but comes to regret his decision, and a visit to the fish shop unleashes all manner of horrors. Comedy, starring Richard WilsonSitcom
22:20One Foot in the Grave[SUB]
Series 6. Episode 4/6: Threatening Weather
A power cut on a sweltering summer night gives Victor and Margaret time to reflect on their lives together and look forward, without enthusiasm, to a visit from their elderly neighbours. Richard Wilson, Annette Crosbie and Roy Hudd starSitcom
23:00The Spitfire: Britain's Flying Past[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 1/3
In a programme from 2011, broadcaster and flying enthusiast John Sergeant celebrates the 75th anniversary of the Spitfire by documenting the history of the fighter plane, from its creation to its withdrawal from service. He also meets people whose lives have been in some way intimately related to itGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics/History