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00:00Dickinson's Real Deal
Slough, Berkshire
David Dickinson visits Slough in Berkshire where antiques experts George Baldwin, Cheryl Brown, Ian Towning and Jo Brayshaw haggle over their favourite items brought in by members of the public. A gold cigarette case that once belonged to former prime minister David Lloyd George makes decent money at auctionGeneral Show/Game Show
01:00Flog It![SUB]
Windsor 39
Antiques experts Thomas Plant and Adam Partridge examine the public's interesting items in Windsor, Berkshire, while presenter Paul Martin takes a lesson in jewellery-makingAntiques/Collectibles
01:45The Country House Revealed[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 3/6: Easton Neston
Dan Cruickshank examines Easton Neston in Northamptonshire, an English Baroque-style property thought to have been designed by Christopher Wren, but completed by his protege Nicholas Hawksmoor at the beginning of the 18th century. He sets out to determine which of the home's two architects was responsible for crafting its distinctive features, and charts its colourful history up to the present dayDocumentary
02:35Great British Ghosts[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 3/8
On a visit to Gloucestershire, Michaela Strachan visits Prestbury, said to be the most haunted village in England, and Woodchester Mansion which, during its construction, saw seven deaths and one murderUnexplained/Mysteries
03:00Close
06:15Digging for Britain
Series 1. Episode 2/4: Prehistory
Alice Roberts visits Happisburgh in Norfolk, where the discovery of rare artefacts provides evidence of the earliest human occupation in Britain, challenging the conventional belief that mankind would not have been able to survive in northern Europe one million years ago. She also joins a team at Forteviot in Scotland, where the uncovering of a Bronze Age grave holds a big surpriseDocumentary
07:00Flog It![SUB]
Series 5. Episode 65/80: Watford 4
Paul Martin visits one of the UK's most famous boxing clubs, before joining Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon as they value antiques in Watford, HertfordshireAntiques/Collectibles
08:00Bargain Hunt[SUB]
Series 15. Episode 12/20: Builth Wells 12
Experts Mark Stacey and David Harper help two married couples to hunt out the best bargains at the Royal Welsh showground in Builth Wells. Tim Wonnacott presentsGame Show/Quiz/Antiques/Collectibles
09:00Great British Railway Journeys[SUB]
Series 2. Episode 8/25: Chester to Conwy
Michael Portillo continues his journey along the Irish mail route beginning in Chester, where he takes a tour of Roman remains, and then visits a secret Second World War chemical plant at Rhydymwyn, Flintshire. After spending the night in Llandudno, he heads to the Conwy estuary for a spot of mussel fishingTourism/Travel/General Education/Science/Factual Topics
09:30Great British Railway Journeys[SUB]
Series 2. Episode 9/25: Llanrwst to Porthmadog
Michael Portillo explores the Conwy Valley in north Wales, stopping in Betws-y-Coed to find out about Britain's first artists' colony. He also visits the Victorian slate capital Blaenau Ffestiniog and takes a steam train to Porthmadog harbourTourism/Travel/General Education/Science/Factual Topics
10:00Battleplan[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 10/13: Control of the Air
The use of aerial battle in military conflicts, including the Battle of Britain in 1940 and the Luftwaffe's attempts to fend off Allied fighter pilots during the First World WarDocumentary
11:00A Year to Remember[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 4/7: 1942
Archive footage from a Pathe newsreel of the people of Malta receiving the George Cross from King George VI in 1942History
12:00Harlots, Housewives & Heroines: A 17th Century History for Girls[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 3/3: Act Three: At Work and Play
Lucy Worsley profiles women who took advantage of social and technological changes during the Restoration era to step into traditionally male roles and challenge British gender divisions. She explores how religious and political turmoil, the rapid expansion of London and advances in science and printing presented women with new opportunities, and profiles trailblazing figures including actress Nell Gwynn, writer Aphra Behn and Christian Davies, who disguised herself as a man in a bid to become a soldierDocumentary
13:00Inquisition[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 2/4: Spanish
Documentary recounting the story of the Spanish Inquisition. Experts reveal the barbaric torture faced by Muslim and Jewish people who were forced to convert to CatholicismDocumentary/History
14:00Dickinson's Real Deal
Wolverhampton
David Dickinson is joined by Michael Hogben, Simon Schneider, Cheryl Hakeney and Brenda Haller in Wolverhampton to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A pearlware figure does well in the saleroomGeneral Show/Game Show
15:00Flog It![SUB]
Series 5. Episode 65/80: Watford 4
Paul Martin visits one of the UK's most famous boxing clubs, before joining Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon as they value antiques in Watford, HertfordshireAntiques/Collectibles
16:00Bargain Hunt[SUB]
Series 15. Episode 12/20: Builth Wells 12
Experts Mark Stacey and David Harper help two married couples to hunt out the best bargains at the Royal Welsh showground in Builth Wells. Tim Wonnacott presentsGame Show/Quiz/Antiques/Collectibles
17:00A Year to Remember[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 4/7: 1942
Archive footage from a Pathe newsreel of the people of Malta receiving the George Cross from King George VI in 1942History
18:00Battleplan[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 10/13: Control of the Air
The use of aerial battle in military conflicts, including the Battle of Britain in 1940 and the Luftwaffe's attempts to fend off Allied fighter pilots during the First World WarDocumentary
19:00Great British Railway Journeys[SUB]
Series 2. Episode 8/25: Chester to Conwy
Michael Portillo continues his journey along the Irish mail route beginning in Chester, where he takes a tour of Roman remains, and then visits a secret Second World War chemical plant at Rhydymwyn, Flintshire. After spending the night in Llandudno, he heads to the Conwy estuary for a spot of mussel fishingTourism/Travel/General Education/Science/Factual Topics
19:30Great British Railway Journeys[SUB]
Series 2. Episode 9/25: Llanrwst to Porthmadog
Michael Portillo explores the Conwy Valley in north Wales, stopping in Betws-y-Coed to find out about Britain's first artists' colony. He also visits the Victorian slate capital Blaenau Ffestiniog and takes a steam train to Porthmadog harbourTourism/Travel/General Education/Science/Factual Topics
20:00Inquisition[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 2/4: Spanish
Documentary recounting the story of the Spanish Inquisition. Experts reveal the barbaric torture faced by Muslim and Jewish people who were forced to convert to CatholicismDocumentary/History
21:00Edward VIII: The Plot To Topple A King[SUB]
An exploration of former archbishop of Canterbury Cosmo Gordon Lang's bid to remove the monarch on the grounds that his love for the twice-divorced American Wallis Simpson made a mockery of the Crown. Lang worked with Geoffrey Dawson, editor of The Times, and other establishment figures to bring pressure on prime minister Stanley Baldwin to force an abdication, but his public criticism of Edward eventually backfired and his efforts to make the country a more religious place were unsuccessful. Documentary featuring dramatic reconstructions with David CalderGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics/Documentary
22:00Black Ops[SUB AD]
Series 2. Episode 7/8: Afghan Hostage Rescue
How the SAS and Navy Seals worked together to rescue kidnapped aid workers in Afghanistan in 2012Documentary
23:00Battleplan[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 10/13: Control of the Air
The use of aerial battle in military conflicts, including the Battle of Britain in 1940 and the Luftwaffe's attempts to fend off Allied fighter pilots during the First World WarDocumentary