TV Guide

Morning
Time
Show
Record / More Info
11:30am
The Day When..., Roosevelt
(S1, EP3)
 
11:30am
The Day When..., Roosevelt (S1, EP3)
 
 
On 7 December 1941, while Japanese aviation has just sunk a large part of the US Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor, Roosevelt puts the United States in a state of war and decides to focus the main efforts not against Japan but against Germany. Elected to make Peace, Roosevelt, almost alone, did everything to provoke the Japanese and launch America into war alongside the democracies. Without him, Germany would probably have won.
 
Afternoon
Time
Show
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12:30pm
Nefertiti: The Lonely Queen, Conflicts And Resolution
(S1, EP1)
 
12:30pm
Nefertiti: The Lonely Queen, Conflicts And Resolution (S1, EP1)
 
 
Examine the status of cultural treasures taken from their country of origin during colonial times. Voices demanding repatriation are getting stronger. Museum directors talk about why their institution is the rightful owner and custodian of certain objects. Cultural activists demanding repatriation explain the necessity of guarding their cultural heritage in an accessible place in the home country. More Info >
 
1:30pm
Despot Housewives, The Impetuous
(S1, EP6)
 
1:30pm
Despot Housewives, The Impetuous (S1, EP6)
 
 
The most infamous first ladies are gathered together in this documentary saga that steps into the lives of these controversial women, examining the power, responsibility and consequence of their roles as spouses of the world's most notorious heads of states.
 
2:30pm
Nazi Hunters, Hunting Adolf Eichmann
(S1, EP10)
 
2:30pm
Nazi Hunters, Hunting Adolf Eichmann (S1, EP10)
 
 
Explore the hunt for Adolf Eichmann, the SS officer charged with the Final Solution, and the man charged with transporting the Jews to the Nazi extermination camps.
 
3:30pm
Secret War, Agent Garbo
(S1, EP12)
 
3:30pm
Secret War, Agent Garbo (S1, EP12)
 
 
From May 1940 until June 1944, Europe was overrun by the Nazis. While the Red Army engaged the Third Reich in the East, Britain and its Allies stalled over opening up a Western Front. Churchill tried to placate Stalin's howls of rage by initiating a saturation bombing campaign of Germany. The Allies also waged another deadly war on the ground. That war was secret. It involved countless acts of courage, ruthlessness, double-dealing and betrayal. No agent anywhere on the continent ever knew who they could trust. Some people became double agents as they believed it the best strategy for staying alive. Some played both sides for the thrill of the danger. This is the story of the operations and the people who waged the secret war and set Europe ablaze. Often the blaze stoked such animosities that the fires of intrigue and betrayal never went out.
 
4:30pm
Air Warriors, Spitfire
(S7, EP2)
 
4:30pm
Air Warriors, Spitfire (S7, EP2)
 
 
Back for an amazing seventh series Air Warriors brings you three of World War II's most legendary planes. Discover the P-38 Lightning, an American fighter bomber that was most effectively used in the Pacific Theatre of Operations. Learn all about WWII's most known fighter plane, the Spitfire which was instrumental in the Battle of Britain. And see the inside story of the Douglas 'SBD' Dauntless remembered best as the bomber that delivered the fatal blows to the Japanese carriers at the Battle of Midway in June 1942, and earned the nick name 'Slow But Deadly'.
 
5:30pm
100 Days To Victory, The Spring Offensive
(S1, EP1)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
5:30pm
100 Days To Victory, The Spring Offensive (S1, EP1)
 
 
Through cinematic recreations, interviews with top historians and state-of-the-art CGI, 100 Days to Victory is a gripping account of the last 100 Days of the First World War, telling the story of how the Allied generals worked together in new ways to win the war.
 
Evening
Time
Show
Record / More Info
6:30pm
End Of Empire: Rise & Fall of Dynasties, Charlemagne: The Father Of Europe
(S1, EP4)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
6:30pm
End Of Empire: Rise & Fall of Dynasties, Charlemagne: The Father Of Europe (S1, EP4)
 
 
At a time when life across the continent is politically fragmented and chaotic one man has a vision of a European empire on a grand scale - and the charisma, skill and the drive to make it a reality. He will become known to history as Charlemagne, King of the Franks and Emperor of the Romans. Presenter David Adams crosses Europe to show how daring tactics, brilliant leadership and sheer force of numbers make Charlemagne and his army the most feared military power in 8th century Europe. Charlemagne wages over 50 campaigns during a 45-year reign and by 814, he commands a single Christian empire that spans more than a million square kilometres. However, David reveals that the Emperor's son and successor, Louis the Pious, is not the strong warrior king needed to hold the empire together. Eventually Louis' own sons depose him and fight amongst themselves, each seeking a larger share of power and glory. The family feud climaxes in a fierce battle that leaves 40,000 dead and a treaty that divides Europe into three parts. It is the end of Charlemagne's empire and sets the stage for 1,000 years of conflict.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 10:30am
Rec
7:30pm
Coast Australia, The Northern Kimberley
(S3, EP3)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
7:30pm
Coast Australia, The Northern Kimberley (S3, EP3)
 
 
Neil and the team reveal fascinating tales from the inspiring and remote North Kimberley. Neil visits Australia's secret wartime airbase on the remote Anjo Peninsula before joining the traditional owners there to fight fire with fire. Tim Flannery travels to the iron islands of the Buccaneer Archipelago and back into deep geological time. Marine ecologist Emma Johnston examines how tidal pull is pivotal in the Kimberley's biggest aquaculture venture. Landscape architect, Brendan Moar visits the most enchanted corner of the Dampier Peninsula - where oysters grow on trees and mud crabs are served for lunch. Marine scientist, Dean Miller discovers how local fauna are adapting to survive the inevitable march of the dreaded cane toad across the Kimberley. More Info >
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 11:30am
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 4:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 9:30pm
Rec
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
8:30pm
India On Film, Part 2
(S1, EP2)
* NEW EPISODE *
8:30pm
India On Film, Part 2 (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
Take a unique glimpse into the life of early 20th century colonial India. From vast processions of elephants carrying India's Maharajas, to King George V's symbolic visit, to scenes from Gandhi's early fight for independence, witness pivotal moments in India's history come to life. Featuring previously unseen footage from the BFI national archive, including the oldest clips of India caught on camera, this collection of beautifully preserved films provides an astonishing window into a vanished world.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 7:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 11:30am
Rec
9:30pm
Young Elizabeth: A Princess Story, Pt. 2
(S1, EP2)
 
9:30pm
Young Elizabeth: A Princess Story, Pt. 2 (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
The story of a young woman growing up during World War II, and of Elizabeth's "Uncle Dickie", the wildly ambitious and egotistical Louis Mountbatten, who in lust for revenge for injustice to his father, schemed and plotted to take over the royal family by marrying the young Princess to his nephew. The film reveals the undercurrent of sadness as the King rapidly declined to an early death, advancing Elizabeth's growth into majesty. This is a story of the young princess who never would have been Queen, were it not for several twists of history. The story of the killing of her beloved grandfather George V by his doctors, of her Grandmother Queen Mary who taught her strict tradition and protocol, and of the favourite uncle - King Edward VIII, who abdicated and flirted with fascism. And above all, the story of her mother and father - King George VI's bravery in the face of disability, and the future Queen Mother, who sacrificed a close, private, near normal family life to save the monarchy.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 5:30am
Rec
10:30pm
Empire Games, The Egyptians
(S1, EP3)
 
10:30pm
Empire Games, The Egyptians (S1, EP3)
Rec
 
 
This series explores the greatest empires in a way that has never been fully investigated. Each episode highlights and exposes the political intrigue, personal vendettas, family mayhem, acts of vengeance and the ever-evolving tension, turmoil and chaos that shaped these civilisations and led to their destruction from within. Egypt reached the pinnacle of its power in the 14th century BCE, when the pyramids of Giza were already 1000 years old. The pharaoh Akhenaten ushered in a brutal period of religious violence by rejecting the old gods and imposing the worship of Aten. The conflict raged for decades as his wives and children fought for control of the Empire, the most famous casualty being the boy king Tutankhamun. More Info >
 
11:30pm
The Story of Egypt, Chaos
(S1, EP2)
 
11:30pm
The Story of Egypt, Chaos (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
The pyramid age ended in catastrophe. In one of Saqqara's last pyramids Joann uncovers evidence of famine as the young Egyptian state suffers a worsening climate. With depleted coffers, Egypt is plunged into the dark ages and civil war. With the land fractured into many small states, Joann tells the story of small-town leaders rising through the ranks. In a little known tomb in Thebes, Joann uncovers stories of warriors who fought in the bloody battle which eventually will mark the reunification of Egypt. This burial represents the world's first recorded war cemetery and the raise of Thebes. The country was reborn, resuming pyramid building for Egypt's kings and bejewelled queens. Joann reveals how the Canaan settlers known as the 'Hyksos', tried to infiltrate the government and take the throne. But their rule was short-lived as they were ousted by Theban rulers who laid the groundwork for Egypt's largest Empire. The country's golden age was to be based in Thebes and its Valley of the Kings.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 7:30am
Rec
Morning
Time
Show
Record / More Info
12:30am
Nazi Secret Files, Nazi Cavemen
(S1, EP3)
 
12:30am
Nazi Secret Files, Nazi Cavemen (S1, EP3)
Rec
 
 
The catastrophic crimes of the Third Reich have long been a subject of rigorous investigation. Now, the opening up of previously closed archives is revealing darker and stranger depths to the Nazi's pursuit of power. In this extraordinary series, we uncover hitherto secret files and showcase the latest analytical research that is revolutionising our view of World War II, exposing the bizarre beliefs and reckless actions behind the Nazi's bid for global domination. From space weapons to killer insects, from the widespread and ultimately devastating use of crystal meth to the dark truth about the Aryan myth, from Hitler's Messianic beliefs to the tyranny of Nazi Islamists who continue to terrorise the world today, this program will reveal the wicked and crazy ideas that fuelled Hitler's regime yet have remained hidden - until now. More Info >
 
1:30am
Nazi Hunters, The Monster And The Butcher
(S1, EP11)
 
1:30am
Nazi Hunters, The Monster And The Butcher (S1, EP11)
Rec
 
 
Klaus Barbie was head of the Gestapo in Lyon in WWII. His job was to crush French resistance and his barbarity earned him the nickname 'Butcher of Lyon'. Examine the hunt for this vicious man.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 2:30pm
Rec
2:30am
Secret War, The Aristocrat And The Balkan
(S1, EP13)
 
2:30am
Secret War, The Aristocrat And The Balkan (S1, EP13)
Rec
 
 
From May 1940 until June 1944, Europe was overrun by the Nazis. While the Red Army engaged the Third Reich in the East, Britain and its Allies stalled over opening up a Western Front. Churchill tried to placate Stalin's howls of rage by initiating a saturation bombing campaign of Germany. The Allies also waged another deadly war on the ground. That war was secret. It involved countless acts of courage, ruthlessness, double-dealing and betrayal. No agent anywhere on the continent ever knew who they could trust. Some people became double agents as they believed it the best strategy for staying alive. Some played both sides for the thrill of the danger. This is the story of the operations and the people who waged the secret war and set Europe ablaze. Often the blaze stoked such animosities that the fires of intrigue and betrayal never went out.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 3:30pm
Rec
3:15am
Air Warriors, Zero
(S7, EP3)
 
3:15am
Air Warriors, Zero (S7, EP3)
Rec
 
 
Back for an amazing seventh series Air Warriors brings you three of World War II's most legendary planes. Discover the P-38 Lightning, an American fighter bomber that was most effectively used in the Pacific Theatre of Operations. Learn all about WWII's most known fighter plane, the Spitfire which was instrumental in the Battle of Britain. And see the inside story of the Douglas 'SBD' Dauntless remembered best as the bomber that delivered the fatal blows to the Japanese carriers at the Battle of Midway in June 1942, and earned the nick name 'Slow But Deadly'.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 4:30pm
Rec
4:00am
Coast Australia, The Northern Kimberley
(S3, EP3)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
4:00am
Coast Australia, The Northern Kimberley (S3, EP3)
Rec
 
 
Neil and the team reveal fascinating tales from the inspiring and remote North Kimberley. Neil visits Australia's secret wartime airbase on the remote Anjo Peninsula before joining the traditional owners there to fight fire with fire. Tim Flannery travels to the iron islands of the Buccaneer Archipelago and back into deep geological time. Marine ecologist Emma Johnston examines how tidal pull is pivotal in the Kimberley's biggest aquaculture venture. Landscape architect, Brendan Moar visits the most enchanted corner of the Dampier Peninsula - where oysters grow on trees and mud crabs are served for lunch. Marine scientist, Dean Miller discovers how local fauna are adapting to survive the inevitable march of the dreaded cane toad across the Kimberley. More Info >
Extra times:
 
 
 
Mon 20 January 2020 · 7:30pm
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 11:30am
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 4:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 9:30pm
Rec
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
4:45am
India On Film, Part 2
(S1, EP2)
 
4:45am
India On Film, Part 2 (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
Take a unique glimpse into the life of early 20th century colonial India. From vast processions of elephants carrying India's Maharajas, to King George V's symbolic visit, to scenes from Gandhi's early fight for independence, witness pivotal moments in India's history come to life. Featuring previously unseen footage from the BFI national archive, including the oldest clips of India caught on camera, this collection of beautifully preserved films provides an astonishing window into a vanished world.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Mon 20 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 7:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 11:30am
Rec
5:30am
Young Elizabeth: A Princess Story, Pt. 2
(S1, EP2)
 
5:30am
Young Elizabeth: A Princess Story, Pt. 2 (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
The story of a young woman growing up during World War II, and of Elizabeth's "Uncle Dickie", the wildly ambitious and egotistical Louis Mountbatten, who in lust for revenge for injustice to his father, schemed and plotted to take over the royal family by marrying the young Princess to his nephew. The film reveals the undercurrent of sadness as the King rapidly declined to an early death, advancing Elizabeth's growth into majesty. This is a story of the young princess who never would have been Queen, were it not for several twists of history. The story of the killing of her beloved grandfather George V by his doctors, of her Grandmother Queen Mary who taught her strict tradition and protocol, and of the favourite uncle - King Edward VIII, who abdicated and flirted with fascism. And above all, the story of her mother and father - King George VI's bravery in the face of disability, and the future Queen Mother, who sacrificed a close, private, near normal family life to save the monarchy.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Mon 20 January 2020 · 9:30pm
Rec
6:30am
The Private Lives Of The Tudors, Elizabeth I: The Golden Age
(S1, EP3)
 
6:30am
The Private Lives Of The Tudors, Elizabeth I: The Golden Age (S1, EP3)
Rec
 
 
Explore the private lives, loves and scandals of the Tudors, the most celebrated royal dynasty in history. It's a murky, mysterious mixture of sectarian cults, fanatical religious groups, esoteric societies and political militants - all of them seeking to shape and influence the world we know today. This episode is a detailed look at the life of Elizabeth I, the 'Virgin Queen'. Exploring the close relationships with her intimate attendants and the attitudes to and treatment of women at the time, this episode focuses on Elizabeth's affairs, her diet and her power.
 
7:30am
The Story of Egypt, Chaos
(S1, EP2)
 
7:30am
The Story of Egypt, Chaos (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
The pyramid age ended in catastrophe. In one of Saqqara's last pyramids Joann uncovers evidence of famine as the young Egyptian state suffers a worsening climate. With depleted coffers, Egypt is plunged into the dark ages and civil war. With the land fractured into many small states, Joann tells the story of small-town leaders rising through the ranks. In a little known tomb in Thebes, Joann uncovers stories of warriors who fought in the bloody battle which eventually will mark the reunification of Egypt. This burial represents the world's first recorded war cemetery and the raise of Thebes. The country was reborn, resuming pyramid building for Egypt's kings and bejewelled queens. Joann reveals how the Canaan settlers known as the 'Hyksos', tried to infiltrate the government and take the throne. But their rule was short-lived as they were ousted by Theban rulers who laid the groundwork for Egypt's largest Empire. The country's golden age was to be based in Thebes and its Valley of the Kings.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Mon 20 January 2020 · 11:30pm
Rec
8:30am
Time Team, Cornwall / Gear
(S9, EP7)
 
8:30am
Time Team, Cornwall / Gear (S9, EP7)
Rec
 
 
Tony Robinson heads west to investigate Cornwall's most important Iron Age site. A farmer has a houseful of Iron Age finds from a huge field overlooking the Helston River. It is clearly an Iron Age enclosure, it's clearly been fortified, but it is so large that its purpose is a mystery. And to make the task even harder, there's another fortified area nearby. What was going on here 2000 years ago? As usual, the team have three days to find out and are able to draw some quite unusual conclusions.
 
9:30am
Myth Hunters, The Secret Within The Dead Sea Scroll
(S2, EP12)
 
9:30am
Myth Hunters, The Secret Within The Dead Sea Scroll (S2, EP12)
Rec
 
 
Could a Jewish Treasure lost when the Temple was sacked be hidden in caves in Jordan? John Marco Allegro, a maverick young scholar was convinced it was. It began with the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls in 1946. Here at last were ancient texts that seemed to prove the existence of Christ as a historical person. But of the 972 scrolls found in the caves of Jordan, one was completely different. For a start, it consisted of two thin rolls not of papyrus but copper. But the real surprise was when the scroll was examined by John Allegro. What he read amazed him. It was a list of 64 locations with descriptions of items that had been buried at each one. Allegro realised that he was looking at clues to finding a massive haul of treasure - worth millions in today's money. The scroll seemed to be dated around AD70, the year the emperor Titus razed the temple of Jerusalem to the ground. The story had always been that the Temple's treasure had been taken away and hidden. Surely this was it? But his bosses refused to believe the scroll was real. The weights in Talents were simply too big to be true. If accurate, it listed all the known silver in the world at the time and a quarter of all the world's gold. But Allegro was undeterred and with the help of king Hussein no less, mounted two expeditions into Jordan. What followed was a tale of adventure, jeopardy and discovery. More Info >
 
10:30am
End Of Empire: Rise & Fall of Dynasties, Charlemagne: The Father Of Europe
(S1, EP4)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
10:30am
End Of Empire: Rise & Fall of Dynasties, Charlemagne: The Father Of Europe (S1, EP4)
Rec
 
 
At a time when life across the continent is politically fragmented and chaotic one man has a vision of a European empire on a grand scale - and the charisma, skill and the drive to make it a reality. He will become known to history as Charlemagne, King of the Franks and Emperor of the Romans. Presenter David Adams crosses Europe to show how daring tactics, brilliant leadership and sheer force of numbers make Charlemagne and his army the most feared military power in 8th century Europe. Charlemagne wages over 50 campaigns during a 45-year reign and by 814, he commands a single Christian empire that spans more than a million square kilometres. However, David reveals that the Emperor's son and successor, Louis the Pious, is not the strong warrior king needed to hold the empire together. Eventually Louis' own sons depose him and fight amongst themselves, each seeking a larger share of power and glory. The family feud climaxes in a fierce battle that leaves 40,000 dead and a treaty that divides Europe into three parts. It is the end of Charlemagne's empire and sets the stage for 1,000 years of conflict.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Mon 20 January 2020 · 6:30pm
11:30am
Coast Australia, The Northern Kimberley
(S3, EP3)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
11:30am
Coast Australia, The Northern Kimberley (S3, EP3)
Rec
 
 
Neil and the team reveal fascinating tales from the inspiring and remote North Kimberley. Neil visits Australia's secret wartime airbase on the remote Anjo Peninsula before joining the traditional owners there to fight fire with fire. Tim Flannery travels to the iron islands of the Buccaneer Archipelago and back into deep geological time. Marine ecologist Emma Johnston examines how tidal pull is pivotal in the Kimberley's biggest aquaculture venture. Landscape architect, Brendan Moar visits the most enchanted corner of the Dampier Peninsula - where oysters grow on trees and mud crabs are served for lunch. Marine scientist, Dean Miller discovers how local fauna are adapting to survive the inevitable march of the dreaded cane toad across the Kimberley. More Info >
Extra times:
 
 
 
Mon 20 January 2020 · 7:30pm
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 4:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 9:30pm
Rec
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
Afternoon
Time
Show
Record / More Info
12:30pm
India On Film, Part 2
(S1, EP2)
 
12:30pm
India On Film, Part 2 (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
Take a unique glimpse into the life of early 20th century colonial India. From vast processions of elephants carrying India's Maharajas, to King George V's symbolic visit, to scenes from Gandhi's early fight for independence, witness pivotal moments in India's history come to life. Featuring previously unseen footage from the BFI national archive, including the oldest clips of India caught on camera, this collection of beautifully preserved films provides an astonishing window into a vanished world.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Mon 20 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 7:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 11:30am
Rec
1:30pm
Despot Housewives, The Cursed Women
(S1, EP7)
 
1:30pm
Despot Housewives, The Cursed Women (S1, EP7)
Rec
 
 
The most infamous first ladies are gathered together in this documentary saga that steps into the lives of these controversial women, examining the power, responsibility and consequence of their roles as spouses of the world's most notorious heads of states.
 
2:30pm
Nazi Hunters, The Monster And The Butcher
(S1, EP11)
 
2:30pm
Nazi Hunters, The Monster And The Butcher (S1, EP11)
Rec
 
 
Klaus Barbie was head of the Gestapo in Lyon in WWII. His job was to crush French resistance and his barbarity earned him the nickname 'Butcher of Lyon'. Examine the hunt for this vicious man.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 1:30am
Rec
3:30pm
Secret War, The Aristocrat And The Balkan
(S1, EP13)
 
3:30pm
Secret War, The Aristocrat And The Balkan (S1, EP13)
Rec
 
 
From May 1940 until June 1944, Europe was overrun by the Nazis. While the Red Army engaged the Third Reich in the East, Britain and its Allies stalled over opening up a Western Front. Churchill tried to placate Stalin's howls of rage by initiating a saturation bombing campaign of Germany. The Allies also waged another deadly war on the ground. That war was secret. It involved countless acts of courage, ruthlessness, double-dealing and betrayal. No agent anywhere on the continent ever knew who they could trust. Some people became double agents as they believed it the best strategy for staying alive. Some played both sides for the thrill of the danger. This is the story of the operations and the people who waged the secret war and set Europe ablaze. Often the blaze stoked such animosities that the fires of intrigue and betrayal never went out.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 2:30am
Rec
4:30pm
Air Warriors, Zero
(S7, EP3)
 
4:30pm
Air Warriors, Zero (S7, EP3)
Rec
 
 
Back for an amazing seventh series Air Warriors brings you three of World War II's most legendary planes. Discover the P-38 Lightning, an American fighter bomber that was most effectively used in the Pacific Theatre of Operations. Learn all about WWII's most known fighter plane, the Spitfire which was instrumental in the Battle of Britain. And see the inside story of the Douglas 'SBD' Dauntless remembered best as the bomber that delivered the fatal blows to the Japanese carriers at the Battle of Midway in June 1942, and earned the nick name 'Slow But Deadly'.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 3:15am
Rec
5:30pm
100 Days To Victory, The Fightback
(S1, EP2)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
5:30pm
100 Days To Victory, The Fightback (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
Through cinematic recreations, interviews with top historians and state-of-the-art CGI, 100 Days to Victory is a gripping account of the last 100 Days of the First World War, telling the story of how the Allied generals worked together in new ways to win the war.
 
Evening
Time
Show
Record / More Info
6:30pm
LAWLESS - The Real Bushrangers, The Kenniffs
(S1, EP4)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
6:30pm
LAWLESS - The Real Bushrangers, The Kenniffs (S1, EP4)
Rec
 
 
Mike Munro's real surname is not Munro: it's Kenniff. The notorious Kenniff brothers were the last of Australia's 'wild colonial boys' roaming remote north Queensland at the turn of the century, stealing cattle and horses with the confidence and skill of organised criminals. Their careers culminated in a showdown in the Carnarvon Ranges that left one policeman and a civilian dead. Their victims' bodies were found burned and chopped into pieces. Patrick and James Kenniff were caught and tried for wilful murder - but they maintained their innocence to the bitter end. What turns thieves into brutal mutilators? Was there reasonable doubt that they didn't do the deed? Mike Munro needs to know - this isn't just a question about the nature of crime and punishment, this story is deeply personal. The Kenniff's were Mike's ancestors and the cause of shame for his family through generations. The Lawless team embark on a factual and forensic analysis of the crime to search for answers, and Mike meets descendants from the other side of the story. Against the backdrop of a brutal event, this case marks a pivotal point in the history of our evolving laws and nationhood, and this investigation makes for an extraordinary personal journey for host Mike Munro. More Info >
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 10:30am
Rec
7:30pm
Rise And Fall: Turning Points Of WWII, The Drive To Victory
(S1, EP6)
* NEW EPISODE *
7:30pm
Rise And Fall: Turning Points Of WWII, The Drive To Victory (S1, EP6)
Rec
 
 
Germany makes a last ditch effort with the Battle of the Bulge. That loss and the following Fall of Berlin delivers the Nazi surrender. In the East, even after the losses of their naval force at Leyte Gulf, Japan refuses to back down, leading America to deliver the decimation of Hiroshima and Nagasaki with a new weapon: the Atomic bomb. The series comes to an end with the final moments of World War 2 and its aftermath, with the establishment of war crime trials such as the ones in Nuremberg, and move towards peace with the creation of the United Nations.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 11:30am
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 11:30pm
Rec
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 7:30am
Rec
8:30pm
World's Greatest Palaces, Peles Castle
(S1, EP8)
* NEW EPISODE *
8:30pm
World's Greatest Palaces, Peles Castle (S1, EP8)
Rec
 
 
A visit to Peles Castle in Romania, which was built in a medieval style in 1914 but is filled with modern technological innovations, including its own hydro-electric power plant. More Info >
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 5:30pm
Rec
9:30pm
Hunting Down The Nazis, Part 2
(S1, EP1)
 
9:30pm
Hunting Down The Nazis, Part 2 (S1, EP1)
Rec
 
 
For the first time, a film recounts the story of the long pursuit of Nazis in hiding from 1945 to the present day. Sixty years of investigations, setbacks, trials and dramas, brought about principally by three extraordinary individuals - the Austrian, Simon Wiesenthal, and the German/French couple, Beate and Serge Klarsfeld. Simon Wiesenthal, a survivor of the death camps, is hunting down his torturers, from the camp Kapos to Mengele, the mad doctor of Auschwitz. The lawyer and historian Serge Klarsfeld, whose father was deported and murdered, has devoted his life to searching for the highest level Nazis still at large. He married Beate, a German non-Jew who denounces the silence of her people and the laws which allow these criminals to remain unpunished. She begins by slapping Chancellor Kiesinger in public, who was one of the officials responsible for Nazi propaganda. As a result of their efforts, Gestapo killers like Kurt Lischka, Herbert Hagen and Klaus Barbie who was responsible for the death of Jean Moulin, come to be unmasked and put on trial.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 5:30am
Rec
10:30pm
Unidentified, The Revelation
(S1, EP6)
 
10:30pm
Unidentified, The Revelation (S1, EP6)
Rec
 
 
The investigation has uncovered shocking video evidence, patterns, secret coordinates, and jarring eyewitness testimony about UFOs. The biggest question now is what are they, and are they dangerous? Following a lead, the team goes to an allied European country to probe a case where an UFO allegedly shot down a helicopter. While there, high-ranking military officials drop a bombshell. Former Senator Harry Reid goes on the record, as Elizondo and former Lockheed Martin engineer Steve Justice address the biggest question of all. Will we finally get the truth about UFOs?
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 6:30am
Rec
11:30pm
Churchill, The Last Prize
(S1, EP3)
 
11:30pm
Churchill, The Last Prize (S1, EP3)
Rec
 
 
Uncovers the real Winston Churchill for the very first time, offering a startling new approach, taking the audience on a journey inside the mind, words and actions of this heroic figure. It explores his childhood insecurities, his motivations, his desires and his greatest fears. It discovers who drove Churchill to become the man he was, what made him think that he could later alter the course of history and, above all, what created an overwhelming sense of destiny.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 7:30am
Rec
Morning
Time
Show
Record / More Info
12:30am
Great Australians With Alan Jones, Anthony Warlow/Matt Mitcham/Sydney Kirkby
(S1, EP3)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
12:30am
Great Australians With Alan Jones, Anthony Warlow/Matt Mitcham/Sydney Kirkby (S1, EP3)
Rec
 
 
This is not a talk show and certainly not a chat show. Witness Alan Jones in deeply researched conversations with his guests from all areas of public life - business, politics, the media, entertainment, sport and the arts. Interested in discovering how history has influenced the choices, conduct, achievements and failures of his guests, Alan will discover new insights into - and new facts about - Great Australian and prominent international figures who have themselves played - or are still playing - a role in the history of our times.
 
1:30am
Nazi Hunters, Goering - The Star Exhibit
(S1, EP12)
 
1:30am
Nazi Hunters, Goering - The Star Exhibit (S1, EP12)
Rec
 
 
As it was not possible to try Hitler for crimes against humanity at Nuremberg, the prosecutors turned to the next best thing: his deputy, Hermann Goering.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 2:30pm
Rec
2:30am
Adolf and Eva: Love and War,
 
2:30am
Adolf and Eva: Love and War,
Rec
 
 
Adolf and Eva reveals the shocking story of Eva Braun - Nazi Germany's secret First Lady - from her teenage infatuation with the future Fuhrer to her wedding and suicide with Hitler in a Berlin bunker. The Nazis kept Eva Braun's affair with Hitler hidden until the very end, but this program reveals how Braun worked her way into the epicentre of Hitler's rise to power and moved among the architects of the Holocaust as his social hostess. By mixing Eva's own home movies, archive, dramatic reconstruction and interviews with the leading historians of the Nazi inner circle, this program uncovers why she fell for a man like Hitler and asks, was she blind to the slowly unfolding horror around her?
 
4:00am
Rise And Fall: Turning Points Of WWII, The Drive To Victory
(S1, EP6)
 
4:00am
Rise And Fall: Turning Points Of WWII, The Drive To Victory (S1, EP6)
Rec
 
 
Germany makes a last ditch effort with the Battle of the Bulge. That loss and the following Fall of Berlin delivers the Nazi surrender. In the East, even after the losses of their naval force at Leyte Gulf, Japan refuses to back down, leading America to deliver the decimation of Hiroshima and Nagasaki with a new weapon: the Atomic bomb. The series comes to an end with the final moments of World War 2 and its aftermath, with the establishment of war crime trials such as the ones in Nuremberg, and move towards peace with the creation of the United Nations.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 7:30pm
Rec
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 11:30am
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 11:30pm
Rec
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 7:30am
Rec
4:45am
World's Greatest Palaces, Peles Castle
(S1, EP8)
 
4:45am
World's Greatest Palaces, Peles Castle (S1, EP8)
Rec
 
 
A visit to Peles Castle in Romania, which was built in a medieval style in 1914 but is filled with modern technological innovations, including its own hydro-electric power plant. More Info >
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 5:30pm
Rec
5:30am
Hunting Down The Nazis, Part 2
(S1, EP1)
 
5:30am
Hunting Down The Nazis, Part 2 (S1, EP1)
Rec
 
 
For the first time, a film recounts the story of the long pursuit of Nazis in hiding from 1945 to the present day. Sixty years of investigations, setbacks, trials and dramas, brought about principally by three extraordinary individuals - the Austrian, Simon Wiesenthal, and the German/French couple, Beate and Serge Klarsfeld. Simon Wiesenthal, a survivor of the death camps, is hunting down his torturers, from the camp Kapos to Mengele, the mad doctor of Auschwitz. The lawyer and historian Serge Klarsfeld, whose father was deported and murdered, has devoted his life to searching for the highest level Nazis still at large. He married Beate, a German non-Jew who denounces the silence of her people and the laws which allow these criminals to remain unpunished. She begins by slapping Chancellor Kiesinger in public, who was one of the officials responsible for Nazi propaganda. As a result of their efforts, Gestapo killers like Kurt Lischka, Herbert Hagen and Klaus Barbie who was responsible for the death of Jean Moulin, come to be unmasked and put on trial.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 9:30pm
Rec
6:30am
Unidentified, The Revelation
(S1, EP6)
 
6:30am
Unidentified, The Revelation (S1, EP6)
Rec
 
 
The investigation has uncovered shocking video evidence, patterns, secret coordinates, and jarring eyewitness testimony about UFOs. The biggest question now is what are they, and are they dangerous? Following a lead, the team goes to an allied European country to probe a case where an UFO allegedly shot down a helicopter. While there, high-ranking military officials drop a bombshell. Former Senator Harry Reid goes on the record, as Elizondo and former Lockheed Martin engineer Steve Justice address the biggest question of all. Will we finally get the truth about UFOs?
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 10:30pm
Rec
7:30am
Churchill, The Last Prize
(S1, EP3)
 
7:30am
Churchill, The Last Prize (S1, EP3)
Rec
 
 
Uncovers the real Winston Churchill for the very first time, offering a startling new approach, taking the audience on a journey inside the mind, words and actions of this heroic figure. It explores his childhood insecurities, his motivations, his desires and his greatest fears. It discovers who drove Churchill to become the man he was, what made him think that he could later alter the course of history and, above all, what created an overwhelming sense of destiny.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 11:30pm
Rec
8:30am
Time Team, The Manor That's Back To Front
(S12, EP1)
 
8:30am
Time Team, The Manor That's Back To Front (S12, EP1)
Rec
 
 
Tony Robinson and the team visit Chenies Manor which is believed to have been upgraded in time for Henry VIII's visit around 1530. However, while a late-16th century inventory suggests that an additional range of rooms fit for a king once existed, traces of them have vanished since the house fell into disrepair. Can the experts uncover the layout of the building as it appeared in Tudor times?
 
9:30am
Myth Hunters, The Shogun's Lost Treasure
(S2, EP13)
 
9:30am
Myth Hunters, The Shogun's Lost Treasure (S2, EP13)
Rec
 
 
The Tokugawa treasure legend is Japan's most famous story of its kind. The story is rooted in the 1860's, when the Tokugawa Shogun was about to be destroyed by the new, incoming Meji government. A high-ranking official in the shogunate ordered their gold coins to be buried in order to keep the treasure from falling into the Meji's hands, and to store military funds for a future attack against the government. Legend tells of a treasure worth ten trillion yen buried in Mount Akagi, in the Gunma Prefecture. The legend originated with Mizuno Tomoyoshi, born in 1851 as the third son of a Tokugawa retainer. Mizuno received a mysterious letter from a former neighbour, Nakajima Kurando, who was an employee in the financial magistrate as an investigator, who fought against the imperial forces and had been missing since 1868. Nakajima had an illicit relationship with Mizuno's mother, and as a result of his relationship he helped transport the gold from Yamanashi Prefecture to Mount Haruna during the first four months of 1868. However, when Nakajima later returned for the money in Mount Haruna it had been moved and he believed it was reburied on Mount Akagi. Legend has it that the local financial magistrate, Oguri, ordered the treasure to be moved to a more secure location. That final location was Mount Akagi, And there is a dark twist to the tale: to keep the location secret, the 1500 porters who helped dig and transport the shogunate's money had been killed and buried with the gold. After years of research Tomoyoshi used his own money to start digging in the most likely locations in 1888. The quest for the lost treasure of the last shogunate has driven three generations of the Mizuno family, down to the most recent "heir", Mizuno Tomoyuki who still digs around the mountains of Gunma today. More Info >
 
10:30am
LAWLESS - The Real Bushrangers, The Kenniffs
(S1, EP4)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
10:30am
LAWLESS - The Real Bushrangers, The Kenniffs (S1, EP4)
Rec
 
 
Mike Munro's real surname is not Munro: it's Kenniff. The notorious Kenniff brothers were the last of Australia's 'wild colonial boys' roaming remote north Queensland at the turn of the century, stealing cattle and horses with the confidence and skill of organised criminals. Their careers culminated in a showdown in the Carnarvon Ranges that left one policeman and a civilian dead. Their victims' bodies were found burned and chopped into pieces. Patrick and James Kenniff were caught and tried for wilful murder - but they maintained their innocence to the bitter end. What turns thieves into brutal mutilators? Was there reasonable doubt that they didn't do the deed? Mike Munro needs to know - this isn't just a question about the nature of crime and punishment, this story is deeply personal. The Kenniff's were Mike's ancestors and the cause of shame for his family through generations. The Lawless team embark on a factual and forensic analysis of the crime to search for answers, and Mike meets descendants from the other side of the story. Against the backdrop of a brutal event, this case marks a pivotal point in the history of our evolving laws and nationhood, and this investigation makes for an extraordinary personal journey for host Mike Munro. More Info >
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 6:30pm
Rec
11:30am
Rise And Fall: Turning Points Of WWII, The Drive To Victory
(S1, EP6)
 
11:30am
Rise And Fall: Turning Points Of WWII, The Drive To Victory (S1, EP6)
Rec
 
 
Germany makes a last ditch effort with the Battle of the Bulge. That loss and the following Fall of Berlin delivers the Nazi surrender. In the East, even after the losses of their naval force at Leyte Gulf, Japan refuses to back down, leading America to deliver the decimation of Hiroshima and Nagasaki with a new weapon: the Atomic bomb. The series comes to an end with the final moments of World War 2 and its aftermath, with the establishment of war crime trials such as the ones in Nuremberg, and move towards peace with the creation of the United Nations.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 7:30pm
Rec
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 11:30pm
Rec
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 7:30am
Rec
Afternoon
Time
Show
Record / More Info
12:30pm
World's Greatest Palaces, Peles Castle
(S1, EP8)
 
12:30pm
World's Greatest Palaces, Peles Castle (S1, EP8)
Rec
 
 
A visit to Peles Castle in Romania, which was built in a medieval style in 1914 but is filled with modern technological innovations, including its own hydro-electric power plant. More Info >
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 5:30pm
Rec
1:30pm
Strategy: The Genius of Warfare, War On Land - Warrior To Blitzkrieg
(S1, EP1)
 
1:30pm
Strategy: The Genius of Warfare, War On Land - Warrior To Blitzkrieg (S1, EP1)
Rec
 
 
Infantry have been backbone, heart, and core strength of armies as long as nations have made war. Infantry were the first soldiers, a natural growth from primitive, ancient warriors. The change from warrior to soldier lies at the heart of understanding the history of warfare. In the first of two programs dedicated to war on land we examine the development of armies, from the Medieval warrior to the modern-day soldier. As it has been for centuries, it was the developments of science and technology that forced the primitive warrior to become sophisticated soldier. Technology had created expensive, specialised weapons such as the gun, musket and cannon. The new weapons were not for amateurs, for farmers who set aside plough and sickle when the need arose, but needed professional full-time practice. The new armies that grew out of this period of change were standing armies, permanent forces led by officers who saw soldiering as a job, not a hobby.
 
2:30pm
Nazi Hunters, Goering - The Star Exhibit
(S1, EP12)
 
2:30pm
Nazi Hunters, Goering - The Star Exhibit (S1, EP12)
Rec
 
 
As it was not possible to try Hitler for crimes against humanity at Nuremberg, the prosecutors turned to the next best thing: his deputy, Hermann Goering.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 1:30am
Rec
3:30pm
The Civil War by Ken Burns, The Cause
(S1, EP1)
 
3:30pm
The Civil War by Ken Burns, The Cause (S1, EP1)
Rec
 
 
Explore the entire sweep of the Civil War: the complex causes and lasting effects of America's greatest and most moving calamity.
 
4:30pm
Battlefleet, The Royal Navy At Sea Pt 1
(S1, EP1)
 
4:30pm
Battlefleet, The Royal Navy At Sea Pt 1 (S1, EP1)
Rec
 
 
The British have a special relationship with their Navy. As a protector and symbol of strength, the Navy's influence on the development of Britain can be traced back over many years. This eight-part series explores the history of Britain's Royal Navy and the real impact behind some of its most significant achievements. The first episode of the series begins with the threat of attack from Napoleon's armies and how it forced the Navy to rethink its battle strategies. Admiral Nelson, a formidable figure in Britain's sea-faring history, chose to rewrite the rules and fight his enemies up close. In doing so, he shaped the Navy that was to come. The program examines the technological advances that led to significant developments in the fleet. From wind power to steam-powered ships, from well-equipped battleships and on to the advent of aircraft carriers and submarines, this episode looks at how these developments made the British Navy one of the most formidable forces at sea. Whether fighting in two world wars or through the vagaries of the Cold War, the desire to rule the waves has been paramount.
 
5:30pm
Building Australia, The Terrace
(S1, EP1)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
5:30pm
Building Australia, The Terrace (S1, EP1)
Rec
 
 
John Doyle traces the earliest development of the terrace from those that landed in the First Fleet and initiated the tradition of European-style building.
 
Evening
Time
Show
Record / More Info
6:00pm
Building Australia, The Queenslander
(S1, EP2)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
6:00pm
Building Australia, The Queenslander (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
John Doyle explores the gradual adaptation to life in the tropics and the evolution of one of Australia's most iconic houses.
 
6:30pm
The Cars That Made Us, Fastest Cars
(S1, EP7)
 
6:30pm
The Cars That Made Us, Fastest Cars (S1, EP7)
Rec
 
 
From the sleek Aston Martin to the irrepressible Porsche 911, we enjoy cars of all shapes and sizes. Join us as we relive the stories of the thousands of iconic motors that have hit the international tarmac over the years.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 10:30am
Rec
7:30pm
Families That Changed The World, Power
(S1, EP3)
* NEW EPISODE *
7:30pm
Families That Changed The World, Power (S1, EP3)
Rec
 
 
Kennedy. Kim. Bhutto. Gandhi-Nehru. Just a few of the political dynasties that have been at the forefront of generations of war and revolution. But, having a revered name does not guarantee the survival of an individual. This episode explores the ascension and assassinations of the Kennedys, and the partition and ensuing instability that fuelled the rise and untimely demise of members of the Bhutto and Nehru-Gandhi families.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 11:30am
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
8:30pm
Nefertiti: The Lonely Queen, Permission And Denial
(S1, EP2)
* NEW EPISODE *
8:30pm
Nefertiti: The Lonely Queen, Permission And Denial (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
Examine the Parthenon marbles from Athens which is the best-known example of cultural heritage where there is a heavy ongoing debate. Should the marbles be unified? Should the country of origin have a say in how cultural heritage is introduced far away from home? Problems created by people long ago which now need to be solved. More Info >
Extra times:
 
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 10:30pm
Rec
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 6:30am
Rec
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
9:30pm
Volatile Earth, Killer Floods
(S1, EP2)
 
9:30pm
Volatile Earth, Killer Floods (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
Throughout the history of our planet, natural disasters have ravaged the earth and threatened the very existence of mankind. In this extraordinary series, leading natural disaster experts identify the most extreme catastrophes to have hit Earth in the last 50,000 years, uncovering the dramatic reality of the world's worst volcanic eruption, mega-tsunami, and hurricane. From the ancient debris left in their wake, scientists piece together exactly what happened. How big was the disaster, what did it destroy, and how did it permanently change our planet? Using cinema grade CGI we recreate each disaster in terrifying detail, and illustrate what might happen should these epic events occur today.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 5:30am
Rec
10:30pm
Who Killed Rasputin?,
 
10:30pm
Who Killed Rasputin?,
Rec
 
 
The most famous murder case of the 20th Century is reopened, as Timewatch travels to St Petersburg, Moscow, New York and Canada, to reassess history and reveal stunning new suspects implicated in the downfall of one of Russia's most notorious figures. This film poses a compelling new theory about the circumstances of Rasputin's death.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 6:30am
Rec
11:30pm
Grand Tours of the Scottish Islands, West Of Skyfall
(S3, EP5)
 
11:30pm
Grand Tours of the Scottish Islands, West Of Skyfall (S3, EP5)
Rec
 
 
For this grand tour Paul's journey begins at Loch Hourn on the mainland, takes him over the sea to the to Skye, then heads to the tiny island of Soay before ending on Canna. Along the way, Paul visits the house which was the inspiration for Skyfall, home of Ian Fleming author of Britain's most famous spy, James Bond, embarks on a nerve wracking caving expedition under the summit of Blaven, and discovers the remarkable story of shark fishing off Soay.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 7:30am
Rec
Morning
Time
Show
Record / More Info
12:00am
Grand Tours of the Scottish Islands, Northern Exposure
(S3, EP6)
 
12:00am
Grand Tours of the Scottish Islands, Northern Exposure (S3, EP6)
Rec
 
 
For this final grand tour Paul is heading as far north as you can go in Britain, to the islands of Fetlar, Unst and Yell. These islands, which lie on Scotland's northern frontier, are as much Scandinavian as Scottish and were in fact once part of Norway. Along the way he will sing with the Shanty Yell Men who came together to celebrate their Norse Heritage, learn how to 'roo Shetland sheep the traditional way, and get an opportunity to see up close the wild otters who make their home here in Shetland's pristine waters. And finally, Paul will fulfil a long held ambition to visit Out Stack, the rocky outcrop that is famous for being the 'full stop' at the edge of Britain.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 8:00am
Rec
12:30am
Great Australians With Alan Jones, Harry Messel/Nancye Hayes/Raelene Boyle
(S1, EP4)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
12:30am
Great Australians With Alan Jones, Harry Messel/Nancye Hayes/Raelene Boyle (S1, EP4)
Rec
 
 
This is not a talk show and certainly not a chat show. Witness Alan Jones in deeply researched conversations with his guests from all areas of public life - business, politics, the media, entertainment, sport and the arts. Interested in discovering how history has influenced the choices, conduct, achievements and failures of his guests, Alan will discover new insights into - and new facts about - Great Australian and prominent international figures who have themselves played - or are still playing - a role in the history of our times.
 
1:30am
Nazi Hunters, Who Killed Heinrich Himmler?
(S1, EP13)
 
1:30am
Nazi Hunters, Who Killed Heinrich Himmler? (S1, EP13)
Rec
 
 
Heinrich Himmler was a street fighter who took control of one of Hitler's most feared terror machines: the Einsatzgruppen. Explore the hunt for him following WWII.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 2:30pm
Rec
2:30am
Dead of Winter: The Donner Party,
 
2:30am
Dead of Winter: The Donner Party,
Rec
 
 
This film tells the story of weather's most infamous tale. What starts as a call to the West quickly turns to a deadly journey for three families and their compatriots on a quest for the American Dream. Trapped in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, they fall prey to sub-zero temperatures, torrential rainfalls, floods and ten foot snow drifts, and are eventually forced to turn on each other in order to survive. Using a hybrid, multi-media approach we set out to explore one of the most macabre and sensational stories in American history through first-person narration, dramatic re-enactment, expert interviews, green screen, CGI, and archival materials. Through the scope of the landscape and the weather encountered, the audience will be brought closer to the emotional and mental anguish these settlers experienced in this timeless battle of Man vs. Nature.
 
4:00am
Families That Changed The World, Power
(S1, EP3)
 
4:00am
Families That Changed The World, Power (S1, EP3)
Rec
 
 
Kennedy. Kim. Bhutto. Gandhi-Nehru. Just a few of the political dynasties that have been at the forefront of generations of war and revolution. But, having a revered name does not guarantee the survival of an individual. This episode explores the ascension and assassinations of the Kennedys, and the partition and ensuing instability that fuelled the rise and untimely demise of members of the Bhutto and Nehru-Gandhi families.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 7:30pm
Rec
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 11:30am
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
4:45am
Nefertiti: The Lonely Queen, Permission And Denial
(S1, EP2)
 
4:45am
Nefertiti: The Lonely Queen, Permission And Denial (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
Examine the Parthenon marbles from Athens which is the best-known example of cultural heritage where there is a heavy ongoing debate. Should the marbles be unified? Should the country of origin have a say in how cultural heritage is introduced far away from home? Problems created by people long ago which now need to be solved. More Info >
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 10:30pm
Rec
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 6:30am
Rec
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
5:30am
Volatile Earth, Killer Floods
(S1, EP2)
 
5:30am
Volatile Earth, Killer Floods (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
Throughout the history of our planet, natural disasters have ravaged the earth and threatened the very existence of mankind. In this extraordinary series, leading natural disaster experts identify the most extreme catastrophes to have hit Earth in the last 50,000 years, uncovering the dramatic reality of the world's worst volcanic eruption, mega-tsunami, and hurricane. From the ancient debris left in their wake, scientists piece together exactly what happened. How big was the disaster, what did it destroy, and how did it permanently change our planet? Using cinema grade CGI we recreate each disaster in terrifying detail, and illustrate what might happen should these epic events occur today.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 9:30pm
Rec
6:30am
Who Killed Rasputin?,
 
6:30am
Who Killed Rasputin?,
Rec
 
 
The most famous murder case of the 20th Century is reopened, as Timewatch travels to St Petersburg, Moscow, New York and Canada, to reassess history and reveal stunning new suspects implicated in the downfall of one of Russia's most notorious figures. This film poses a compelling new theory about the circumstances of Rasputin's death.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 10:30pm
Rec
7:30am
Grand Tours of the Scottish Islands, West Of Skyfall
(S3, EP5)
 
7:30am
Grand Tours of the Scottish Islands, West Of Skyfall (S3, EP5)
Rec
 
 
For this grand tour Paul's journey begins at Loch Hourn on the mainland, takes him over the sea to the to Skye, then heads to the tiny island of Soay before ending on Canna. Along the way, Paul visits the house which was the inspiration for Skyfall, home of Ian Fleming author of Britain's most famous spy, James Bond, embarks on a nerve wracking caving expedition under the summit of Blaven, and discovers the remarkable story of shark fishing off Soay.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 11:30pm
Rec
8:00am
Grand Tours of the Scottish Islands, Northern Exposure
(S3, EP6)
 
8:00am
Grand Tours of the Scottish Islands, Northern Exposure (S3, EP6)
Rec
 
 
For this final grand tour Paul is heading as far north as you can go in Britain, to the islands of Fetlar, Unst and Yell. These islands, which lie on Scotland's northern frontier, are as much Scandinavian as Scottish and were in fact once part of Norway. Along the way he will sing with the Shanty Yell Men who came together to celebrate their Norse Heritage, learn how to 'roo Shetland sheep the traditional way, and get an opportunity to see up close the wild otters who make their home here in Shetland's pristine waters. And finally, Paul will fulfil a long held ambition to visit Out Stack, the rocky outcrop that is famous for being the 'full stop' at the edge of Britain.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 12:00am
Rec
8:30am
Time Team, The Monastery And The Mansion
(S12, EP2)
 
8:30am
Time Team, The Monastery And The Mansion (S12, EP2)
Rec
 
 
The villagers of Nether Poppleton, near York, join Tony Robinson and the team for some extensive digging as they try to determine the exact age of their village. The current layout follows a typical medieval pattern but a reference to the village in the Domesday Book has the experts thinking that it could date back to Saxon times at least.
 
9:30am
Time Team, Glendon's Lost Graveyard
(S13, EP1)
 
9:30am
Time Team, Glendon's Lost Graveyard (S13, EP1)
Rec
 
 
Tony and the team return for a new series, visiting Glendon Hall in Northamptonshire to unravel the mystery of the human skeletons found under an outbuilding. In November 2004, Martin Hipwell was working in the garden converting a Victorian brick shed. He had to stop rather suddenly because as he dug up the old floors he came across a whole host of human skeletons. He contacted the local unit, Northampton Archaeology, who revealed 11 burials inside one of the buildings. They removed seven sets of human remains. But in another barn, the builders discovered yet more remains. They left these undisturbed, and Martin got in touch with the program. Before Martin carried on his building work, he wanted to know who these people were and where they lived. All these burials were aligned east-to-west. They were closely packed, and some had been buried on top of others. The density of the burials, the orientation and the lack of finds and gravestones suggested that these were the graves of medieval Christian peasants. Bone analysis indicates that these people suffered from lives of hard labour and poor nutrition. Could they have been inhabitants of the lost medieval village of Glendon? And what happened to Glendon's church dedicated to St Helen? Could the piles of old architectural stonework in the garden be a clue?
 
10:30am
The Cars That Made Us, Fastest Cars
(S1, EP7)
 
10:30am
The Cars That Made Us, Fastest Cars (S1, EP7)
Rec
 
 
From the sleek Aston Martin to the irrepressible Porsche 911, we enjoy cars of all shapes and sizes. Join us as we relive the stories of the thousands of iconic motors that have hit the international tarmac over the years.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 6:30pm
Rec
11:30am
Families That Changed The World, Power
(S1, EP3)
 
11:30am
Families That Changed The World, Power (S1, EP3)
Rec
 
 
Kennedy. Kim. Bhutto. Gandhi-Nehru. Just a few of the political dynasties that have been at the forefront of generations of war and revolution. But, having a revered name does not guarantee the survival of an individual. This episode explores the ascension and assassinations of the Kennedys, and the partition and ensuing instability that fuelled the rise and untimely demise of members of the Bhutto and Nehru-Gandhi families.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 7:30pm
Rec
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
Afternoon
Time
Show
Record / More Info
12:30pm
Nefertiti: The Lonely Queen, Permission And Denial
(S1, EP2)
 
12:30pm
Nefertiti: The Lonely Queen, Permission And Denial (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
Examine the Parthenon marbles from Athens which is the best-known example of cultural heritage where there is a heavy ongoing debate. Should the marbles be unified? Should the country of origin have a say in how cultural heritage is introduced far away from home? Problems created by people long ago which now need to be solved. More Info >
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 10:30pm
Rec
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 6:30am
Rec
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
1:30pm
Strategy: The Genius of Warfare, War On Land - Blitzkrieg To The Future
(S1, EP2)
 
1:30pm
Strategy: The Genius of Warfare, War On Land - Blitzkrieg To The Future (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
In the second of two programs dedicated to the war on land, we examine how Hitler's Blitzkrieg lost its impact in the vastness of the Soviet Union and we look at the development of amphibious warfare, a revolutionary development of WWII. The Second World War had begun with new tactics that seemed to present a futuristic vision of a new type of warfare. Some of those tactics had been one-act plays, which were worn out and exhausted, but some stayed the course. In the end the war was won through weight of numbers combined with classic military strategy. The modern world sees wars which are short, using small, highly trained armies. The two 20th-century World Wars, lasting years, will never be seen again but there is still a need for the military powers of the world to train armies of tough foot soldiers. The simple truth is that bombing a city to rubble is often not enough. It will not capture a war criminal or rebuild a dictatorship. It is still a fact of war that nothing proves a nation means business, nothing proves to an enemy people that they have really lost a war, than another country's soldiers standing on the street corner.
 
2:30pm
Nazi Hunters, Who Killed Heinrich Himmler?
(S1, EP13)
 
2:30pm
Nazi Hunters, Who Killed Heinrich Himmler? (S1, EP13)
Rec
 
 
Heinrich Himmler was a street fighter who took control of one of Hitler's most feared terror machines: the Einsatzgruppen. Explore the hunt for him following WWII.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 1:30am
Rec
3:30pm
The Civil War by Ken Burns, A Very Bloody War
(S1, EP2)
 
3:30pm
The Civil War by Ken Burns, A Very Bloody War (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
Explore the entire sweep of the Civil War: the complex causes and lasting effects of America's greatest and most moving calamity.
 
4:30pm
Battlefleet, The Royal Navy At Sea Pt 2
(S1, EP2)
 
4:30pm
Battlefleet, The Royal Navy At Sea Pt 2 (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
The end of World War I may have brought victory for Britain, but it also marked the beginning of hardship. The war had drained the country of her wealth and strength and left her people uncertain about the future. No one wanted to see another war, and drastic measures were employed to guard against further aggression. Land was divided up between the victors and restrictions imposed on armaments. The days of unlimited expansion for the Navy were over; the truth was that Britain was too poor to own a large fleet of warships. The economic hardships of the 1920s and '30s were felt the world over and this poverty began to breed discontent. In Germany, a new leader was on the move and he was beginning to re-arm a nation that had been stripped of the power to defend itself. Hitler began building new battleships, ships that were heavily armed and bigger than ever. After years of under-funding and sidelining, the Royal Navy was forced to begin re-arming and rebuilding her once-great naval force. Wars push the boundaries of technological change and this one would be no exception. Radar, sonar, aircraft carriers, pocket battleships and new classes of submarine were all the result of this particular race to arms.
 
5:30pm
Building Australia, The Homestead
(S1, EP3)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
5:30pm
Building Australia, The Homestead (S1, EP3)
Rec
 
 
The homestead is unique among Australian houses as it is inextricably tied to the work place.
 
Evening
Time
Show
Record / More Info
6:00pm
Building Australia, The Weekender
(S1, EP4)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
6:00pm
Building Australia, The Weekender (S1, EP4)
Rec
 
 
John Doyle tells the story of what many did with their leisure - they built and, when they could, retreated to weekenders.
 
6:30pm
Chris Tarrant: Extreme Railways, A Railway Too Far...?
(S5, EP3)
 
6:30pm
Chris Tarrant: Extreme Railways, A Railway Too Far...? (S5, EP3)
Rec
 
 
Chris travels across Ukraine, taking in some of the country's 20,000km of railways. Along the way he takes in Kiev and Chernobyl, finishing by the banks of the Black Sea in Odessa.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 10:30am
Rec
7:30pm
Abandoned Engineering, The Prison Saved By Hollywood
(S3, EP11)
* NEW EPISODE *
7:30pm
Abandoned Engineering, The Prison Saved By Hollywood (S3, EP11)
Rec
 
 
Structures of steel and iron eerily stand unfinished after they were abandoned midway in construction, covered in weeds, moss and rust, this show explores what they could have been. In this episode; A castle like building saved from destruction by a remarkable Hollywood connection, vast monolithic structures that dominate a tiny island with a dark pasta, and an island on the edge of a sea where strange things happen.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 11:30am
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 6:30pm
Rec
8:30pm
Ancient Aliens, The Alien Brain
(S12, EP16)
 
8:30pm
Ancient Aliens, The Alien Brain (S12, EP16)
Rec
 
 
Telepathy. Precognition; Psychokinesis. It possible that the human brain possesses extraordinary untapped abilities - given to us by extra-terrestrial beings; Abilities that, once harnessed, will enable the next step in the evolution of humankind?
Extra times:
 
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
9:30pm
UFOs: Top Secret Alien Files,
* FIRST ON *
9:30pm
UFOs: Top Secret Alien Files,
Rec
 
 
For everyday heroes in law enforcement and the military, their mission to serve and protect is put to the ultimate test when they come face to face with dangerous UFOs. Through dramatic re-enactments of actual UFO classified files and expert interviews, this special explores the lengths that people on the front lines will go to keep civilian's safe from extraterrestrial encounters.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 5:30am
Rec
11:30pm
The Men Who Built America, A Rivalry Is Born
(S1, EP3)
 
11:30pm
The Men Who Built America, A Rivalry Is Born (S1, EP3)
Rec
 
 
The United States of America wasn't discovered; it was built. Rockefeller, Vanderbilt, Carnegie, Astor, Ford, Morgan - these are the men who built it, and their names became synonymous with the American dream. At the height of the Industrial Age, these men constructed a bold vision for a modern nation and transformed the greatest industries of our time: oil, rail, steel, shipping, automobiles, and finance. Rising from poverty, their paths crossed repeatedly as they elected presidents, set economic policies, and influenced every major event of their day, from the Civil War to the Great Depression. This series also profiles the millions of American workers, from the steel mills of Pennsylvania to the assembly lines of Detroit, who turned those dreams into a reality.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 7:30am
Rec
Morning
Time
Show
Record / More Info
12:30am
Great Australians With Alan Jones, ITA Buttrose/Ian Frazer/Carla Zampatti
(S1, EP5)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
12:30am
Great Australians With Alan Jones, ITA Buttrose/Ian Frazer/Carla Zampatti (S1, EP5)
Rec
 
 
This is not a talk show and certainly not a chat show. Witness Alan Jones in deeply researched conversations with his guests from all areas of public life - business, politics, the media, entertainment, sport and the arts. Interested in discovering how history has influenced the choices, conduct, achievements and failures of his guests, Alan will discover new insights into - and new facts about - Great Australian and prominent international figures who have themselves played - or are still playing - a role in the history of our times.
 
1:30am
The World From Above, England - Hutton In The Forest To St Bees Head
(S8, EP1)
 
1:30am
The World From Above, England - Hutton In The Forest To St Bees Head (S8, EP1)
Rec
 
 
A breathtaking series of aerial programs offering an entirely different view of the world. From 10,000 feet down to just a few feet above ground, discover new perspectives through thrilling journeys, from mountains and great cities to fantastic castles and the great natural wonders of the globe. This series travels everywhere from Spain to South Africa, from the north of Iceland to North Carolina in the USA. More Info >
 
2:00am
The World From Above, Lime Rock Park To Faulkner's Lighthouse
(S9, EP14)
 
2:00am
The World From Above, Lime Rock Park To Faulkner's Lighthouse (S9, EP14)
Rec
 
 
A breathtaking series of aerial programs offering an entirely different view of the world. From 10,000ft down to just a few feet above ground, discover new perspectives through thrilling journeys: from mountains and great cities to fantastic castles and the great natural wonders of the globe. More Info >
 
2:30am
The Children's War,
 
2:30am
The Children's War,
Rec
 
 
Explore the history of a unique generation, children aged 10 in 1940, who grew up in exceptional times: 650,000 orphans, 120,000 juvenile delinquents, 90,000 children lost during population movements, 11,500 Jewish children deported. Caught between collaboration and resistance, wartime childhood experiences and stories have, for a long time, been hushed up. Far from being spared by the brutal conflict, they were thrown into the chaos of dark and sinister times. For four years, this age group became the epicentre of national upheaval. Placed at the heart of Marechal Petain's 'regeneration' project, put to work out of necessity, exposed to hunger, death and deportation, and widely condemned by a fragile and incompetent judicial system, war children were both the instruments and scapegoats of a totalitarian regime. Listen to the testimony of those, on the fringes of history in the making, who came of age in the shadows of the 'national revival' imposed by Vichy during the worst world war in history.
 
4:00am
Abandoned Engineering, The Prison Saved By Hollywood
(S3, EP11)
 
4:00am
Abandoned Engineering, The Prison Saved By Hollywood (S3, EP11)
Rec
 
 
Structures of steel and iron eerily stand unfinished after they were abandoned midway in construction, covered in weeds, moss and rust, this show explores what they could have been. In this episode; A castle like building saved from destruction by a remarkable Hollywood connection, vast monolithic structures that dominate a tiny island with a dark pasta, and an island on the edge of a sea where strange things happen.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 7:30pm
Rec
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 11:30am
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 6:30pm
Rec
4:45am
Ancient Aliens, The Alien Brain
(S12, EP16)
 
4:45am
Ancient Aliens, The Alien Brain (S12, EP16)
Rec
 
 
Telepathy. Precognition; Psychokinesis. It possible that the human brain possesses extraordinary untapped abilities - given to us by extra-terrestrial beings; Abilities that, once harnessed, will enable the next step in the evolution of humankind?
Extra times:
 
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
5:30am
UFOs: Top Secret Alien Files,
 
5:30am
UFOs: Top Secret Alien Files,
Rec
 
 
For everyday heroes in law enforcement and the military, their mission to serve and protect is put to the ultimate test when they come face to face with dangerous UFOs. Through dramatic re-enactments of actual UFO classified files and expert interviews, this special explores the lengths that people on the front lines will go to keep civilian's safe from extraterrestrial encounters.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 9:30pm
Rec
7:30am
The Men Who Built America, A Rivalry Is Born
(S1, EP3)
 
7:30am
The Men Who Built America, A Rivalry Is Born (S1, EP3)
Rec
 
 
The United States of America wasn't discovered; it was built. Rockefeller, Vanderbilt, Carnegie, Astor, Ford, Morgan - these are the men who built it, and their names became synonymous with the American dream. At the height of the Industrial Age, these men constructed a bold vision for a modern nation and transformed the greatest industries of our time: oil, rail, steel, shipping, automobiles, and finance. Rising from poverty, their paths crossed repeatedly as they elected presidents, set economic policies, and influenced every major event of their day, from the Civil War to the Great Depression. This series also profiles the millions of American workers, from the steel mills of Pennsylvania to the assembly lines of Detroit, who turned those dreams into a reality.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 11:30pm
Rec
8:30am
Time Team, The Bombers In The Marsh
(S12, EP3)
 
8:30am
Time Team, The Bombers In The Marsh (S12, EP3)
Rec
 
 
On 29 November 1944, two Douglas A-26 Invader US bomber planes crashed into Warton Marsh, eight miles from Preston, in Lancashire. Both planes, along with a number of others, had left Warton Airbase in formation, en route to join forces in the preparations for the Battle of the Bulge, which took place from 16 December 1944 to 25 January 1945. Only one minute off the runway and 1,000 feet into the air, the aircraft collided and came to rest in the marsh. All the crew died. Their bodies were recovered from the planes, but an investigation into the causes of the crash was inconclusive. When the planes crashed back in 1944, they landed directly on sand. Since then, however, about two metres of silt has built up over the wrecks. It means that the site is a difficult one to excavate, and an earlier attempt to retrieve the aircraft in the 1980s was unsuccessful. For this programme, Time Team enlisted a veteran air crash investigator, along with the RAF's 'crash and burn' team and other experts to try to find out what caused the crash. Each of the planes, including the engines, was believed to be relatively intact and, it was hoped, would provide the necessary information to determine why these two planes collided. Local eyewitnesses and fellow flyers in the US Air Force were all called upon to help to build up a picture of what happened on that fateful day in 1944.
 
9:30am
Time Team, Villas Out Of Molehills
(S13, EP2)
 
9:30am
Time Team, Villas Out Of Molehills (S13, EP2)
Rec
 
 
When a colony of moles brings up pieces of mosaic floor in a Cotswold field, Sir Tony Robinson and the team investigate whether the findings could be linked to a nearby Roman villa discovered almost 200 years ago.
 
10:30am
Chris Tarrant: Extreme Railways, A Railway Too Far...?
(S5, EP3)
 
10:30am
Chris Tarrant: Extreme Railways, A Railway Too Far...? (S5, EP3)
Rec
 
 
Chris travels across Ukraine, taking in some of the country's 20,000km of railways. Along the way he takes in Kiev and Chernobyl, finishing by the banks of the Black Sea in Odessa.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 6:30pm
Rec
11:30am
Abandoned Engineering, The Prison Saved By Hollywood
(S3, EP11)
 
11:30am
Abandoned Engineering, The Prison Saved By Hollywood (S3, EP11)
Rec
 
 
Structures of steel and iron eerily stand unfinished after they were abandoned midway in construction, covered in weeds, moss and rust, this show explores what they could have been. In this episode; A castle like building saved from destruction by a remarkable Hollywood connection, vast monolithic structures that dominate a tiny island with a dark pasta, and an island on the edge of a sea where strange things happen.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 7:30pm
Rec
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 6:30pm
Rec
Afternoon
Time
Show
Record / More Info
12:30pm
Ancient Aliens, The Alien Brain
(S12, EP16)
 
12:30pm
Ancient Aliens, The Alien Brain (S12, EP16)
Rec
 
 
Telepathy. Precognition; Psychokinesis. It possible that the human brain possesses extraordinary untapped abilities - given to us by extra-terrestrial beings; Abilities that, once harnessed, will enable the next step in the evolution of humankind?
Extra times:
 
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
1:30pm
Strategy: The Genius of Warfare, Fortifications - From Castle To Bunker
(S1, EP3)
 
1:30pm
Strategy: The Genius of Warfare, Fortifications - From Castle To Bunker (S1, EP3)
Rec
 
 
Past battles often leave no trace. Empty battlefields give little sign they were places where history was made, where men fought and died. The lasting memorials to conflict are fortifications. Walls, bunkers, towers and trenches are the buildings of war, where the memory of struggle lives on. Throughout history, any community with something it must protect builds obstacles against attack. From medieval forts to castles and city walls, in this program, we will examine the importance of fortifications of all kinds and how they evolved to play a part in even the most modern types of warfare. As weapons changed, so did the fortifications. High castle walls, perfect for firing arrows and dropping boiling oil on your enemies, soon became shorter and wider and able to house heavy artillery. As these new weapons became ever more deadly, the art of open war on the battlefield gave way to the emergence of a new kind of fortification - the trench. During WWII, whole cities became fortresses to which the enemy could lay siege and starve out the inhabitants. Even the nuclear age needed its own form of fortress. Nuclear bunkers, where whole governments could hide and still run their countries, became a necessity in a world where your enemy could destroy your whole way of life in a single stroke.
 
2:30pm
WWII: Total War, A Terrible Precedent
(S1, EP1)
 
2:30pm
WWII: Total War, A Terrible Precedent (S1, EP1)
Rec
 
 
The Second World War was the closest the world has come to a complete total war. But it was in the interwar years that nations honed the methods of destruction which were unleashed on a much wider scale in the Second World War. In this episode, we look to wars in Manchuria, China, Abyssinia and Spain to see how each in their own way served as a 'terrible precedent,' revealing elements of total war that soon engulfed the globe.
 
3:30pm
The Civil War by Ken Burns, Forever Free
(S1, EP3)
 
3:30pm
The Civil War by Ken Burns, Forever Free (S1, EP3)
Rec
 
 
Explore the entire sweep of the Civil War: the complex causes and lasting effects of America's greatest and most moving calamity.
 
4:30pm
Battlefleet, The Royal Navy At Sea Pt 3
(S1, EP3)
 
4:30pm
Battlefleet, The Royal Navy At Sea Pt 3 (S1, EP3)
Rec
 
 
With the arrival of war in 1939 came a period in the Royal Navy's history that saw some of her best and worst times. The newsreels showed the great Navy victories, such as the Battle of River Plate and the sinking of the Bismarck, but in this program we also examine the heavy losses the Navy suffered. It also looks at the question of whether or not Churchill helped or hindered the Navy in her task. In this episode, we look at one of the most important Navy battles of the war - the Battle of the Atlantic. With this conflict, the enemy's aim was to blockade Britain and starve her out of the war. In 1939, Britain relied heavily on goods imported from around the world. Not just food but oil, iron and rubber - the raw materials of war. They could not build ships or planes or arm their men without them. New strategies had to be devised to ensure that these supplies would make it through. Although the Royal Navy was the eventual victor, the balance of power would shift continuously during this conflict.
 
5:30pm
Building Australia, The Federation House
(S1, EP5)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
5:30pm
Building Australia, The Federation House (S1, EP5)
Rec
 
 
John Doyle tells the story of the optimism and confidence that powered the movement to make Australia an independent nation.
 
Evening
Time
Show
Record / More Info
6:00pm
Building Australia, The Project House
(S1, EP6)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
6:00pm
Building Australia, The Project House (S1, EP6)
Rec
 
 
John Doyle explains how factory-built houses and project homes met an intense demand for housing.
 
6:30pm
The Cars That Made Us, Perfect Car For The Future
(S1, EP8)
 
6:30pm
The Cars That Made Us, Perfect Car For The Future (S1, EP8)
Rec
 
 
From the sleek Aston Martin to the irrepressible Porsche 911, we enjoy cars of all shapes and sizes. Join us as we relive the stories of the thousands of iconic motors that have hit the international tarmac over the years. Rufus Hound concludes his guide through Britain's proud motoring history with a time warp back to the past to find the most convincing car of the future. Options include the Jensen Interceptor, the Rover P6, the Enfield 8000, the DeLorean and the Sinclair C5.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 10:30am
Rec
7:30pm
India On Film, Part 2
(S1, EP2)
 
7:30pm
India On Film, Part 2 (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
Take a unique glimpse into the life of early 20th century colonial India. From vast processions of elephants carrying India's Maharajas, to King George V's symbolic visit, to scenes from Gandhi's early fight for independence, witness pivotal moments in India's history come to life. Featuring previously unseen footage from the BFI national archive, including the oldest clips of India caught on camera, this collection of beautifully preserved films provides an astonishing window into a vanished world.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Mon 20 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 11:30am
Rec
8:30pm
The Roosevelts, The Storm
(S1, EP4)
 
8:30pm
The Roosevelts, The Storm (S1, EP4)
Rec
 
 
Franklin Roosevelt runs for Vice President in 1920 and seems assured of a still brighter future until polio devastates him the following summer. He spends seven years struggling without success to walk again, while Eleanor builds a personal and political life of her own. FDR returns to politics in 1928 and, as Governor of New York, acts with such vigour and imagination during the first years of the Great Depression that the Democrats turn to him as their presidential nominee in 1932. He survives an attempted assassination as president-elect and at his inauguration tells his frightened countrymen the only thing they have to fear is "fear itself".
Extra times:
 
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
9:30pm
A Century Of Film, One Hundred Years Of Tragedy Begins
(S1, EP1)
 
9:30pm
A Century Of Film, One Hundred Years Of Tragedy Begins (S1, EP1)
Rec
 
 
World War I was the first war in which the newly invented movie camera was used on a wide scale. A terrorist attack on the Balkan Peninsula triggered a war that spread instantly, strewing seeds of misery that still plagues the world today: Science and technology that serve the war, regimes of terror, the conflict in the Middle East... The world we live in is in itself a product of World War I.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 5:30am
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 1:30pm
Rec
10:30pm
Terror in Europe,
 
10:30pm
Terror in Europe,
Rec
 
 
As Europe reels from an onslaught of terrorist events, top counter-terror officials describe their struggle to contain the unprecedented threat revealed by recent attacks in France and Belgium.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 6:30am
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 2:30pm
Rec
11:30pm
Mysteries at the Castle, Green Lady, Count Of Monte Cristo, Robin Hood
(S2, EP4)
 
11:30pm
Mysteries at the Castle, Green Lady, Count Of Monte Cristo, Robin Hood (S2, EP4)
Rec
 
 
A haunting tale of jealousy and murder plays out in an enchanting French castle; a brazen act of treachery leads to bloody revenge at an ominous Italian fort; an English castle provides the inspiration for one of the most legendary heroes of all time.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 7:30am
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 3:30pm
Rec
Morning
Time
Show
Record / More Info
12:30am
Deadly Intelligence, Star Wars & Iranian Scientists
(S1, EP4)
 
12:30am
Deadly Intelligence, Star Wars & Iranian Scientists (S1, EP4)
Rec
 
 
When up to 25 scientists die suddenly in the late 1980s, journalist Tony Collins begins to wonder if their deaths might be connected to their work. He finds out many of the dead men were involved in military tech projects with links to America's Star Wars missile defence system. Is it possible the Soviets are assassinating scientists to sabotage the Star Wars program? In the second story, car bombs and shootings kill five nuclear scientists in Iran. Meanwhile a highly targeted virus strikes one of Iran's main nuclear reactors. Could the same culprit be to blame for the assassinations and the cyberwarfare? More Info >
 
1:30am
Time Team, A Tale Of Two Villages
(S14, EP7)
 
1:30am
Time Team, A Tale Of Two Villages (S14, EP7)
Rec
 
 
The team descend on the village of Wicken on the outskirts of Milton Keynes, to investigate the local history and adjudicate in a fiercely fought local contest, who owns the oldest plot in the area. Digging in residents' gardens and surrounding fields, the team uncover a mysterious church, an ancient burial ground and evidence of a Saxon community.
 
2:30am
Haunted History, The Manson Murders
(S1, EP8)
 
2:30am
Haunted History, The Manson Murders (S1, EP8)
Rec
 
 
In 1969, Hollywood was at the centre of a brutal and sadistic killing spree. Charles Manson and his cult of followers began a prolific reign of terror on Tinsel Town, when they viciously killed more than half a dozen innocent people. Today, the sites of these horrific murders are host to claims of the paranormal. The restless spirit of Jay Sebring and Sharon Tate are believed to haunt a house on Cielo Drive. Not far from the house is another famous Hollywood home, where Sharon Tate is believed to have witnessed a premonition of her own death. And at the Manson Family hideout, an apparition of a headless Donald 'Shorty' Shea is seen standing on a rocky ledge. Decades after the senseless killings, these locations are still plagued by these paranormal events.
 
3:15am
Declassified: Stories of American Spies, Cross International
(S1, EP6)
 
3:15am
Declassified: Stories of American Spies, Cross International (S1, EP6)
Rec
 
 
The United States of America maintains its role as the world's strongest and most militarily advanced nation through its incredibly sophisticated and innovative technology. Many, if not all, of its international adversaries desperately seek that same technology. The more technology that is stolen, the smaller the gap becomes between the military might of the United States and that of the countries who wish to do it harm. A multibillion dollar industry, the illicit arms market is nearly impossible to penetrate and disrupt. ICE and Homeland Security Investigations decided to begin an undercover sting operation to stop illegal arms and to work to convict those were committing these crimes. In order to do this, an undercover store front was created and agents posed as black-market arms dealers. This is the story of a global undercover operation carried out to capture and prosecute these merchants of death.
 
4:00am
India On Film, Part 2
(S1, EP2)
 
4:00am
India On Film, Part 2 (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
Take a unique glimpse into the life of early 20th century colonial India. From vast processions of elephants carrying India's Maharajas, to King George V's symbolic visit, to scenes from Gandhi's early fight for independence, witness pivotal moments in India's history come to life. Featuring previously unseen footage from the BFI national archive, including the oldest clips of India caught on camera, this collection of beautifully preserved films provides an astonishing window into a vanished world.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Mon 20 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 7:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 11:30am
Rec
4:45am
The Roosevelts, The Storm
(S1, EP4)
 
4:45am
The Roosevelts, The Storm (S1, EP4)
Rec
 
 
Franklin Roosevelt runs for Vice President in 1920 and seems assured of a still brighter future until polio devastates him the following summer. He spends seven years struggling without success to walk again, while Eleanor builds a personal and political life of her own. FDR returns to politics in 1928 and, as Governor of New York, acts with such vigour and imagination during the first years of the Great Depression that the Democrats turn to him as their presidential nominee in 1932. He survives an attempted assassination as president-elect and at his inauguration tells his frightened countrymen the only thing they have to fear is "fear itself".
Extra times:
 
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
5:30am
A Century Of Film, One Hundred Years Of Tragedy Begins
(S1, EP1)
 
5:30am
A Century Of Film, One Hundred Years Of Tragedy Begins (S1, EP1)
Rec
 
 
World War I was the first war in which the newly invented movie camera was used on a wide scale. A terrorist attack on the Balkan Peninsula triggered a war that spread instantly, strewing seeds of misery that still plagues the world today: Science and technology that serve the war, regimes of terror, the conflict in the Middle East... The world we live in is in itself a product of World War I.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 9:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 1:30pm
Rec
6:30am
Terror in Europe,
 
6:30am
Terror in Europe,
Rec
 
 
As Europe reels from an onslaught of terrorist events, top counter-terror officials describe their struggle to contain the unprecedented threat revealed by recent attacks in France and Belgium.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 10:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 2:30pm
Rec
7:30am
Mysteries at the Castle, Green Lady, Count Of Monte Cristo, Robin Hood
(S2, EP4)
 
7:30am
Mysteries at the Castle, Green Lady, Count Of Monte Cristo, Robin Hood (S2, EP4)
Rec
 
 
A haunting tale of jealousy and murder plays out in an enchanting French castle; a brazen act of treachery leads to bloody revenge at an ominous Italian fort; an English castle provides the inspiration for one of the most legendary heroes of all time.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 11:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 3:30pm
Rec
8:30am
Time Team, Fighting On The Frontier
(S12, EP4)
 
8:30am
Time Team, Fighting On The Frontier (S12, EP4)
Rec
 
 
Twenty years ago, during a particularly dry summer, parch marks revealed what seemed to be a huge Roman fort a few hundred metres from the Duke of Buccleuch's extraordinarily grand house, Drumlanrig Castle, in Dumfries. The discovery lay untouched until Time Team took on the challenge to investigate it further. The Team sought to answer a number of questions. Was it actually a Roman fort? If so, it was one of the most northerly ever found and therefore of special importance to Scotland's history. So when were the Romans there? No finds made previously had given any hint of the date of the structure. Time Team also wanted to identify the roads leading in and out of the fort. Was there any kind of civilian settlement or other features nearby? And could the Team work out how the Romans made their famous draco, the military standard that made a sound that was said to have struck fear into the hearts of their enemies?
 
9:30am
Time Team, Rubble At The Mill
(S13, EP3)
 
9:30am
Time Team, Rubble At The Mill (S13, EP3)
Rec
 
 
The team set to work uncovering Manchester's first cotton mill, built by one of the fathers of the Industrial Revolution, Richard Arkwright. Over three days, the team uncover the remains of a complex factory as they search for the heart of the first mill: a revolutionary steam engine that was decades ahead of its time.
 
10:30am
The Cars That Made Us, Perfect Car For The Future
(S1, EP8)
 
10:30am
The Cars That Made Us, Perfect Car For The Future (S1, EP8)
Rec
 
 
From the sleek Aston Martin to the irrepressible Porsche 911, we enjoy cars of all shapes and sizes. Join us as we relive the stories of the thousands of iconic motors that have hit the international tarmac over the years. Rufus Hound concludes his guide through Britain's proud motoring history with a time warp back to the past to find the most convincing car of the future. Options include the Jensen Interceptor, the Rover P6, the Enfield 8000, the DeLorean and the Sinclair C5.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 6:30pm
Rec
11:30am
India On Film, Part 2
(S1, EP2)
 
11:30am
India On Film, Part 2 (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
Take a unique glimpse into the life of early 20th century colonial India. From vast processions of elephants carrying India's Maharajas, to King George V's symbolic visit, to scenes from Gandhi's early fight for independence, witness pivotal moments in India's history come to life. Featuring previously unseen footage from the BFI national archive, including the oldest clips of India caught on camera, this collection of beautifully preserved films provides an astonishing window into a vanished world.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Mon 20 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 7:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
Afternoon
Time
Show
Record / More Info
12:30pm
The Roosevelts, The Storm
(S1, EP4)
 
12:30pm
The Roosevelts, The Storm (S1, EP4)
Rec
 
 
Franklin Roosevelt runs for Vice President in 1920 and seems assured of a still brighter future until polio devastates him the following summer. He spends seven years struggling without success to walk again, while Eleanor builds a personal and political life of her own. FDR returns to politics in 1928 and, as Governor of New York, acts with such vigour and imagination during the first years of the Great Depression that the Democrats turn to him as their presidential nominee in 1932. He survives an attempted assassination as president-elect and at his inauguration tells his frightened countrymen the only thing they have to fear is "fear itself".
Extra times:
 
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
1:30pm
A Century Of Film, One Hundred Years Of Tragedy Begins
(S1, EP1)
 
1:30pm
A Century Of Film, One Hundred Years Of Tragedy Begins (S1, EP1)
Rec
 
 
World War I was the first war in which the newly invented movie camera was used on a wide scale. A terrorist attack on the Balkan Peninsula triggered a war that spread instantly, strewing seeds of misery that still plagues the world today: Science and technology that serve the war, regimes of terror, the conflict in the Middle East... The world we live in is in itself a product of World War I.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 9:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 5:30am
Rec
2:30pm
Terror in Europe,
 
2:30pm
Terror in Europe,
Rec
 
 
As Europe reels from an onslaught of terrorist events, top counter-terror officials describe their struggle to contain the unprecedented threat revealed by recent attacks in France and Belgium.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 10:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 6:30am
Rec
3:30pm
Mysteries at the Castle, Green Lady, Count Of Monte Cristo, Robin Hood
(S2, EP4)
 
3:30pm
Mysteries at the Castle, Green Lady, Count Of Monte Cristo, Robin Hood (S2, EP4)
Rec
 
 
A haunting tale of jealousy and murder plays out in an enchanting French castle; a brazen act of treachery leads to bloody revenge at an ominous Italian fort; an English castle provides the inspiration for one of the most legendary heroes of all time.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 11:30pm
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 7:30am
Rec
4:30pm
Coast Australia, The Northern Kimberley
(S3, EP3)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
4:30pm
Coast Australia, The Northern Kimberley (S3, EP3)
Rec
 
 
Neil and the team reveal fascinating tales from the inspiring and remote North Kimberley. Neil visits Australia's secret wartime airbase on the remote Anjo Peninsula before joining the traditional owners there to fight fire with fire. Tim Flannery travels to the iron islands of the Buccaneer Archipelago and back into deep geological time. Marine ecologist Emma Johnston examines how tidal pull is pivotal in the Kimberley's biggest aquaculture venture. Landscape architect, Brendan Moar visits the most enchanted corner of the Dampier Peninsula - where oysters grow on trees and mud crabs are served for lunch. Marine scientist, Dean Miller discovers how local fauna are adapting to survive the inevitable march of the dreaded cane toad across the Kimberley. More Info >
Extra times:
 
 
 
Mon 20 January 2020 · 7:30pm
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 11:30am
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 9:30pm
Rec
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
5:30pm
Great British Railway Journeys, Ballymoney To Londonderry
(S3, EP25)
* NEW EPISODE *
5:30pm
Great British Railway Journeys, Ballymoney To Londonderry (S3, EP25)
Rec
 
 
Portillo takes a white-knuckle walk over the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, follows in the footsteps of the Victorians to experience the delights of the Giant's Causeway, and explores the history of Derry.
 
Evening
Time
Show
Record / More Info
6:00pm
Great British Railway Journeys, Athlone To Galway
(S4, EP25)
* NEW EPISODE *
6:00pm
Great British Railway Journeys, Athlone To Galway (S4, EP25)
Rec
 
 
Michael is on the final leg of his Irish journey and discovers historic jewellery with royal connections in Galway, meets a people's king, and finds his voice with a traditional Irish singing group.
 
6:30pm
Mateship: Australia & The U.S.A.,
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
6:30pm
Mateship: Australia & The U.S.A.,
Rec
 
 
Hosted by acclaimed Australian journalist Mike Munro, this documentary will explore our long friendship, forged in battle, shaped also by deep exchanges of ideas, art, people and trade. It is an epic story of mateship.
 
7:30pm
River Hunters, Old Sarum And Salisbury - William The Conqueror
(S1, EP8)
* NEW EPISODE *
7:30pm
River Hunters, Old Sarum And Salisbury - William The Conqueror (S1, EP8)
Rec
 
 
This time on River Hunters, presenter and wild swimming loving Rick Edwards and real life river hunter Beau Ouimette, tackle the River Avon at the foot of one of Britain's most historic sites - Old Sarum near Salisbury in search of William the Conqueror and his legacy.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
8:30pm
Families That Changed The World, Power
(S1, EP3)
 
8:30pm
Families That Changed The World, Power (S1, EP3)
Rec
 
 
Kennedy. Kim. Bhutto. Gandhi-Nehru. Just a few of the political dynasties that have been at the forefront of generations of war and revolution. But, having a revered name does not guarantee the survival of an individual. This episode explores the ascension and assassinations of the Kennedys, and the partition and ensuing instability that fuelled the rise and untimely demise of members of the Bhutto and Nehru-Gandhi families.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 7:30pm
Rec
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 11:30am
Rec
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
9:30pm
Secrets Of Britain's Great Cathedrals, The West
(S1, EP4)
 
9:30pm
Secrets Of Britain's Great Cathedrals, The West (S1, EP4)
Rec
 
 
Dominating the landscape for centuries, ancient cathedrals and abbeys reflect Britain's turbulent history through their architectural grandeur - stories of its kings and queens and the religious and social changes brought about by the English Reformation, as well as many other tales of intrigue, love, faith and conviction. This series explores 22 cathedrals and abbeys found throughout England and Wales, featuring interviews with historians and experts, and breathtaking 4K footage captured by drones filming their legendary facades and soaring interior spaces. Never before has a television series brought together such a great number of ancient cathedrals and abbeys under one unified storyline.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 5:30am
Rec
10:30pm
Sinatra And The Jack Pack,
 
10:30pm
Sinatra And The Jack Pack,
Rec
 
 
Sinatra and Kennedy first met in 1956. The two men liked the good things in life and thrived on their mutual ability to attract women, admirers and adoring acolytes who would help to show them a good time. As Kennedy edged towards the Presidency, Sinatra assiduously courted the relationship and his loyalty was rewarded with exceptional access to the Kennedy White House, including JFK's trust to allow him to accompany Jackie to a number of celebratory balls on the night of the inauguration, but one evening Frank was unexpectedly and abruptly ejected from Jacks gang. This is the story of how and why.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 6:30am
Rec
 
 
Tue 28 January 2020 · 6:30am
Rec
 
 
Tue 28 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
11:30pm
The Universe, Crash Landing On Mars
(S6, EP6)
 
11:30pm
The Universe, Crash Landing On Mars (S6, EP6)
Rec
 
 
What might happen if the first manned mission to Mars crashes hundreds of miles from the rocket that would take them back home?
Extra times:
 
 
 
Sun 26 January 2020 · 7:30am
Rec
Morning
Time
Show
Record / More Info
12:30am
In Search Of Aliens, The Mystery Of Nazca
(S1, EP9)
 
12:30am
In Search Of Aliens, The Mystery Of Nazca (S1, EP9)
Rec
 
 
Nazca remains one of the most mysterious sites on Earth. The vast desert floor is covered with hundreds of ancient geoglyphs depicting animals, human like figures and strange geometric designs. But, many of these glyphs are so large they can only be fully viewed from the sky. Perhaps even more intriguing are the strange flat topped mountains that appear to have had their peaks sliced off, and a band of man-sized holes that stretch for almost two miles across the desert. Could these ancient geoglyphs and mysterious landscapes hold the key to proving Earth was visited by aliens in the distant past? Ancient Astronaut theorist Giorgio Tsoukalos, along with author David Childress, investigates the origins and meanings of the mysterious symbols and shapes found in the desert of Peru.
 
1:30am
Time Team, No Stone Unturned
(S14, EP8)
 
1:30am
Time Team, No Stone Unturned (S14, EP8)
Rec
 
 
The team arrive at a field outside Cheshire where metal-detector enthusiasts have made several valuable finds in the past, hinting the site was once a very active Roman settlement. As the dig progresses, their initial predictions are confounded and the team must redouble their efforts if they are to solve the mystery.
 
2:30am
Declassified: Stories of American Spies, Hexagon: The Secret Satellite
(S1, EP7)
 
2:30am
Declassified: Stories of American Spies, Hexagon: The Secret Satellite (S1, EP7)
Rec
 
 
At the height of the Cold War, the values and priorities of the United States and the Soviet Union were in direct odds with one another. Both competing superpowers had enormous nuclear arsenals and any tiny misstep could have resulted in global catastrophe. In order to navigate these incredibly dangerous waters, the US employed any and every surveillance option available. This included Hexagon, a top secret, state-of-the-art satellite system designed to monitor and photograph inaccessible Soviet military installations. When classified footage launched from Hexagon went missing in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, it became a nail-biting race against time for US armed forces. They needed to recover the surveillance footage before it fell into enemy hands.
 
3:15am
Declassified: Stories of American Spies, The Taliban's Double Agent
(S1, EP8)
 
3:15am
Declassified: Stories of American Spies, The Taliban's Double Agent (S1, EP8)
Rec
 
 
In March, 2001, Heather Mercer arrived in Taliban-ruled Afghanistan to volunteer with the humanitarian aid group Shelter Now International. Their mission was to serve the poverty-stricken country, specifically bringing aid to the many marginalised women and children. In August, 2001, Heather Mercer, along with seven other aid workers, were arrested for proselytising, a crime punishable by death. Soon after their trial began, the horrific al-Qaeda inspired September 11th attacks on the Twin Towers in New York City took place. After the towers fell, the United States began a war in Afghanistan against the al-Qaeda terrorist network and their Taliban hosts. President Bush immediately demanded the release of all foreign nationals being held prisoner in the country. After the Taliban refused, the eight prisoners became considered hostages and a joint effort by CIA and Joint Special Operations Command was conducted to find and release them. The mission could not have been completed without the unlikely help of a Taliban double agent.
 
4:00am
River Hunters, Old Sarum And Salisbury - William The Conqueror
(S1, EP8)
 
4:00am
River Hunters, Old Sarum And Salisbury - William The Conqueror (S1, EP8)
Rec
 
 
This time on River Hunters, presenter and wild swimming loving Rick Edwards and real life river hunter Beau Ouimette, tackle the River Avon at the foot of one of Britain's most historic sites - Old Sarum near Salisbury in search of William the Conqueror and his legacy.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 7:30pm
Rec
4:45am
Families That Changed The World, Power
(S1, EP3)
 
4:45am
Families That Changed The World, Power (S1, EP3)
Rec
 
 
Kennedy. Kim. Bhutto. Gandhi-Nehru. Just a few of the political dynasties that have been at the forefront of generations of war and revolution. But, having a revered name does not guarantee the survival of an individual. This episode explores the ascension and assassinations of the Kennedys, and the partition and ensuing instability that fuelled the rise and untimely demise of members of the Bhutto and Nehru-Gandhi families.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 7:30pm
Rec
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 11:30am
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
5:30am
Secrets Of Britain's Great Cathedrals, The West
(S1, EP4)
 
5:30am
Secrets Of Britain's Great Cathedrals, The West (S1, EP4)
Rec
 
 
Dominating the landscape for centuries, ancient cathedrals and abbeys reflect Britain's turbulent history through their architectural grandeur - stories of its kings and queens and the religious and social changes brought about by the English Reformation, as well as many other tales of intrigue, love, faith and conviction. This series explores 22 cathedrals and abbeys found throughout England and Wales, featuring interviews with historians and experts, and breathtaking 4K footage captured by drones filming their legendary facades and soaring interior spaces. Never before has a television series brought together such a great number of ancient cathedrals and abbeys under one unified storyline.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 9:30pm
Rec
6:30am
Sinatra And The Jack Pack,
 
6:30am
Sinatra And The Jack Pack,
Rec
 
 
Sinatra and Kennedy first met in 1956. The two men liked the good things in life and thrived on their mutual ability to attract women, admirers and adoring acolytes who would help to show them a good time. As Kennedy edged towards the Presidency, Sinatra assiduously courted the relationship and his loyalty was rewarded with exceptional access to the Kennedy White House, including JFK's trust to allow him to accompany Jackie to a number of celebratory balls on the night of the inauguration, but one evening Frank was unexpectedly and abruptly ejected from Jacks gang. This is the story of how and why.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 10:30pm
Rec
 
 
Tue 28 January 2020 · 6:30am
Rec
 
 
Tue 28 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
7:30am
The Universe, Crash Landing On Mars
(S6, EP6)
 
7:30am
The Universe, Crash Landing On Mars (S6, EP6)
Rec
 
 
What might happen if the first manned mission to Mars crashes hundreds of miles from the rocket that would take them back home?
Extra times:
 
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 11:30pm
Rec
8:30am
Time Team, A Neolithic Cathedral?
(S12, EP5)
 
8:30am
Time Team, A Neolithic Cathedral? (S12, EP5)
Rec
 
 
The Time Team is invited to a huge circular crop mark near Peterborough, referred to as a Causewayed Enclosure by archaeologists. Huge ditches mark the area, which date the site at around 6,000 years old. Some believe the ditches to be evidence of farming, others that they are of religious origin. Francis Pryor joins the team to get to the bottom of the mystery in just three days.
 
9:30am
Shack Life,
 
9:30am
Shack Life,
Rec
 
 
This program depicts the unique shack communities in the Royal National Park south of Sydney. Established in the 1930s as places where people survived the rigours of the Depression, the shacks have been handed down through the generations from the original builders. Accessible only by steep bush paths, these weekend communities have escaped the ravages of coastal development, and continue to thrive. For decades park authorities challenged the rights of the shack holders and tore down numerous dwellings until the 'shackies' instigated a risky legal case of their own. Through a lively mix of archival materials and shackie interviewees - from miners to artists Margaret Olley and Reg Mombassa - this program portrays one community's struggle for recognition of their emotional connection to land, and the heritage value of a rapidly disappearing way of life.
 
10:30am
Men of Wood & Foam,
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
10:30am
Rec
 
 
This program tells the story of the birth of the surf boom in Australia, a golden decade when surfing was transformed into a sport and culture with its own music, movies, fashions and heroes. Underpinning this transition was a small group of surfboard artisans who set up their primitive factories in a former market garden at Brookvale, close to the favoured wave spots of Dee Why Point and Fairy Bower. These pioneers became known as The Brookvale Six. More Info >
 
11:30am
Clive James - Postcard From Sydney,
 
11:30am
Clive James - Postcard From Sydney,
Rec
 
 
Join Clive James, as he explores Sydney and its famous landmarks.
 
Afternoon
Time
Show
Record / More Info
12:30pm
Aussie Inventions That Changed The World, Home Life
(S1, EP1)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
12:30pm
Rec
 
 
The surprising stories behind four helpful household inventions to improve Home Life: Gilbert Toyne created an Aussie backyard icon - the rotary clothes hoist - only to have it made famous by someone else. Myra Taylor improved women's lives with her Boneless Corset leaving a legacy of freedom we still enjoy today. Mervyn Richardson forever changed the suburban landscape with his Victa Lawnmower, while Dr Steve Cummings and Bruce Thompson achieved huge water savings around the world with the Dual Flush Toilet. More Info >
 
1:30pm
Aussie Inventions That Changed The World, Farm Smart
(S1, EP4)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
1:30pm
Rec
 
 
The push for smarter farming is at the core of Australia's tough agricultural history. Richard and Clarence Smith quarrelled over who was the true inventor, but their Stump Jump Plough improved the economic prospects of farmers working difficult terrain. Frederic Wolseley's Mechanical Shears eventually won over the shearers and transformed the wool industry. Lew Bandt designed the Ute for farmers needing a comfortable working vehicle, and Benjamin Dunkerley invented a fur-cutting machine that led to the iconic Akubra. More Info >
 
2:30pm
Tony Robinson Explores Australia, Race To The End Of The World Pt 1
(S1, EP1)
 
2:30pm
Tony Robinson Explores Australia, Race To The End Of The World Pt 1 (S1, EP1)
Rec
 
 
Tony Robinson, of Time Team fame, takes us on a journey through time and places across Australia, offering a revealing, unique perspective on Australian society and history.
 
3:30pm
Tony Robinson Explores Australia, Welcome To Australia Pt 5
(S1, EP5)
 
3:30pm
Tony Robinson Explores Australia, Welcome To Australia Pt 5 (S1, EP5)
Rec
 
 
Tony Robinson, of Time Team fame, takes us on a journey through time and places across Australia, offering a revealing, unique perspective on Australian society and history.
 
4:30pm
The World From Above, Cabo Frio To Brasilia
(S11, EP9)
* NEW EPISODE *
4:30pm
The World From Above, Cabo Frio To Brasilia (S11, EP9)
Rec
 
 
Offering an entirely different view of our world, The World from Above franchise is back for an epic 11th series. From Italy's famous Amalfi Coast and the cathedrals of Paris, to the wild landscape of the Bighorn Canyon in Montana and the peak of the Matterhorn in Switzerland, discover some of the most spectacular places on Earth, from above. More Info >
Extra times:
 
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 5:00am
Rec
 
 
Tue 28 January 2020 · 1:30am
Rec
 
 
Fri 31 January 2020 · 6:00pm
Rec
5:00pm
150 Years Of The Weekly Times,
 
5:00pm
150 Years Of The Weekly Times,
Rec
 
 
Celebrate the milestone moments in Australia's rural history, from Ned Kelly's last stand to Don Bradman's standing ovation; from the highs of the Gold Rush to the lows of the Great Depression; from the devastation of drought, flood and fire to the rural renaissance that has seen agribusiness and farming flourish into the 21st Century. Witnessed through the lens of the nation's longest-running rural newspaper, The Weekly Times, the program will take viewers on a journey through time, highlighting the key moments, characters, experiences and events that captivated, informed, and educated readers across three centuries. It will showcase how the paper with the iconic orange cover became - and remains - a window to the world for those in rural and regional Australia, especially those in far flung and isolated communities.
 
5:30pm
World's Greatest Palaces, Peles Castle
(S1, EP8)
 
5:30pm
World's Greatest Palaces, Peles Castle (S1, EP8)
Rec
 
 
A visit to Peles Castle in Romania, which was built in a medieval style in 1914 but is filled with modern technological innovations, including its own hydro-electric power plant. More Info >
Extra times:
 
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
Evening
Time
Show
Record / More Info
6:30pm
Abandoned Engineering, The Prison Saved By Hollywood
(S3, EP11)
 
6:30pm
Abandoned Engineering, The Prison Saved By Hollywood (S3, EP11)
Rec
 
 
Structures of steel and iron eerily stand unfinished after they were abandoned midway in construction, covered in weeds, moss and rust, this show explores what they could have been. In this episode; A castle like building saved from destruction by a remarkable Hollywood connection, vast monolithic structures that dominate a tiny island with a dark pasta, and an island on the edge of a sea where strange things happen.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 7:30pm
Rec
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
 
 
Fri 24 January 2020 · 11:30am
Rec
7:30pm
Coast Australia, Botany Bay To The Shoalhaven
(S3, EP6)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
7:30pm
Coast Australia, Botany Bay To The Shoalhaven (S3, EP6)
Rec
 
 
This program documents the industry, ingenuity and beauty of the coastline south of Sydney to the Shoalhaven. From the engineering wonder of Seacliff Bridge to pivotal moments in aviation history, this episode charts a densely populated coastline with stories that brim with new insights and captivating natural beauty. Neil Oliver examines an 18th-century close encounter in Botany Bay, before following the footsteps of legendary Australian aviator, Charles Kingsford Smith at Seven Mile Beach. Brendan Moar hits the sand hills at Kurnell to re-imagine a seminal Australian film from the 1940s. Alice Garner visits an isolated but innovative coastal community in Sydney's Royal National Park and Dean Miller learns the art of survival in a naval rescue exercise. More Info >
Extra times:
 
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 9:30am
Rec
8:30pm
Extraordinary Tale of William Buckley,
* FIRST ON *
8:30pm
Extraordinary Tale of William Buckley,
Rec
 
 
Explore the remarkable true story of the escaped convict who lived with Wathaurong, an Aboriginal tribe in southeastern Australia, long before white colonisation.
Extra times:
 
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 10:30am
Rec
9:30pm
Coast Australia, The Northern Kimberley
(S3, EP3)
* MADE FOR FOXTEL *
9:30pm
Coast Australia, The Northern Kimberley (S3, EP3)
Rec
 
 
Neil and the team reveal fascinating tales from the inspiring and remote North Kimberley. Neil visits Australia's secret wartime airbase on the remote Anjo Peninsula before joining the traditional owners there to fight fire with fire. Tim Flannery travels to the iron islands of the Buccaneer Archipelago and back into deep geological time. Marine ecologist Emma Johnston examines how tidal pull is pivotal in the Kimberley's biggest aquaculture venture. Landscape architect, Brendan Moar visits the most enchanted corner of the Dampier Peninsula - where oysters grow on trees and mud crabs are served for lunch. Marine scientist, Dean Miller discovers how local fauna are adapting to survive the inevitable march of the dreaded cane toad across the Kimberley. More Info >
Extra times:
 
 
 
Mon 20 January 2020 · 7:30pm
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 11:30am
Rec
 
 
Sat 25 January 2020 · 4:30pm
Rec
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 4:00am
Rec
10:30pm
Nefertiti: The Lonely Queen, Permission And Denial
(S1, EP2)
 
10:30pm
Nefertiti: The Lonely Queen, Permission And Denial (S1, EP2)
Rec
 
 
Examine the Parthenon marbles from Athens which is the best-known example of cultural heritage where there is a heavy ongoing debate. Should the marbles be unified? Should the country of origin have a say in how cultural heritage is introduced far away from home? Problems created by people long ago which now need to be solved. More Info >
Extra times:
 
 
 
Wed 22 January 2020 · 8:30pm
Rec
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 4:45am
Rec
 
 
Thu 23 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 6:30am
Rec
 
 
Mon 27 January 2020 · 12:30pm
Rec
11:30pm
Rise And Fall: Turning Points Of WWII, The Drive To Victory
(S1, EP6)
 
11:30pm
Rise And Fall: Turning Points Of WWII, The Drive To Victory (S1, EP6)
Rec
 
 
Germany makes a last ditch effort with the Battle of the Bulge. That loss and the following Fall of Berlin delivers the Nazi surrender. In the East, even after the losses of their naval force at Leyte Gulf, Japan refuses to back down, leading America to deliver the decimation of Hiroshima and Nagasaki with a new weapon: the Atomic bomb. The series comes to an end with the final moments of World War 2 and its aftermath, with the establishment of war crime trials such as the ones in Nuremberg, and move towards peace with the creation of the United Nations.
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Tue 21 January 2020 · 7:30pm
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Wed 22 January 2020 · 4:00am
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Wed 22 January 2020 · 11:30am
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Mon 27 January 2020 · 7:30am
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12:30am
Tony Robinson's Time Travels, Great Escapes
(S1, EP1)
 
12:30am
Tony Robinson's Time Travels, Great Escapes (S1, EP1)
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The line between a successful break out and humiliating capture is very thin. We explore the extraordinary lengths man will go to for freedom, starting with the story of 600 American GIs who mutinied in Townsville.
 
1:00am
Tony Robinson's Time Travels, Twists Of Fate
(S1, EP2)
 
1:00am
Tony Robinson's Time Travels, Twists Of Fate (S1, EP2)
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Uncanny coincidences are scattered throughout history, leading to the downfall of empires and the good fortune of everyday citizens. In this episode, Tony uncovers how a deadly medieval plague was able to infiltrate a thriving Australian town in the 1900s. He ponders the destiny of a group of World War II soldiers who, by signing their names on a wall, enlisted them into a very special club. Tony reveals how a serious error of judgement nearly damned the lives of everyone in Australia's First Fleet, but that a happy accident and an unexpected visitor proved the catalyst for their salvation. He gets an eerie sense of deja vu when a fluke of time and place links two world wars with the same gun and the same officer. Destiny, chance and serendipity all play their part in shaping our history.
 
1:30am
The World From Above, Wales - Monmouth To Dee Estuary
(S8, EP3)
 
1:30am
The World From Above, Wales - Monmouth To Dee Estuary (S8, EP3)
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A breathtaking series of aerial programs offering an entirely different view of the world. From 10,000 feet down to just a few feet above ground, discover new perspectives through thrilling journeys, from mountains and great cities to fantastic castles and the great natural wonders of the globe. This series travels everywhere from Spain to South Africa, from the north of Iceland to North Carolina in the USA. More Info >
 
2:00am
The World From Above, USA, Wyoming - Lost Cabin To Devil's Tower
(S8, EP4)
 
2:00am
The World From Above, USA, Wyoming - Lost Cabin To Devil's Tower (S8, EP4)
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A breathtaking series of aerial programs offering an entirely different view of the world. From 10,000 feet down to just a few feet above ground, discover new perspectives through thrilling journeys, from mountains and great cities to fantastic castles and the great natural wonders of the globe. This series travels everywhere from Spain to South Africa, from the north of Iceland to North Carolina in the USA. More Info >
 
2:30am
The Civil War by Ken Burns, Simply Murder
(S1, EP4)
 
2:30am
The Civil War by Ken Burns, Simply Murder (S1, EP4)
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Explore the entire sweep of the Civil War: the complex causes and lasting effects of America's greatest and most moving calamity.
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Mon 27 January 2020 · 3:30pm
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3:15am
Battlefleet, The Royal Navy At Sea Pt 4
(S1, EP4)
 
3:15am
Battlefleet, The Royal Navy At Sea Pt 4 (S1, EP4)
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By 1940, the focus of the war had moved to the Mediterranean. After the loss of Crete, the central drama of this part of the war began to unfold around another island. The tiny island of Malta, for many years a British naval base, was under attack and its people were in the grip of a crippling siege. Food and fuel supplies were running dangerously low and German bombing raids had claimed the lives of many of the islands people. In this program, we examine the role of the Navy as a provider of vital supplies and the leader of great sea convoys. We examine how the Navy's role during the war began to change. Battleships were no longer the way to gain supremacy at sea: this task was given to the pilots of bombers and fighters. Ships became floating batteries of heavy artillery that could fire mercilessly upon shore defences. Shore bombardment came to play a pivotal role in many great land battles. The threat of German U-boats and the war in the Pacific would present further new challenges to the Navy. In the latter part of this episode, we examine how the Navy confronted these challenges and the legacy that they would leave behind.
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Mon 27 January 2020 · 4:30pm
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4:00am
Coast Australia, The Northern Kimberley
(S3, EP3)
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4:00am
Coast Australia, The Northern Kimberley (S3, EP3)
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Neil and the team reveal fascinating tales from the inspiring and remote North Kimberley. Neil visits Australia's secret wartime airbase on the remote Anjo Peninsula before joining the traditional owners there to fight fire with fire. Tim Flannery travels to the iron islands of the Buccaneer Archipelago and back into deep geological time. Marine ecologist Emma Johnston examines how tidal pull is pivotal in the Kimberley's biggest aquaculture venture. Landscape architect, Brendan Moar visits the most enchanted corner of the Dampier Peninsula - where oysters grow on trees and mud crabs are served for lunch. Marine scientist, Dean Miller discovers how local fauna are adapting to survive the inevitable march of the dreaded cane toad across the Kimberley. More Info >
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Mon 20 January 2020 · 7:30pm
 
 
Tue 21 January 2020 · 4:00am
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Tue 21 January 2020 · 11:30am
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Sat 25 January 2020 · 4:30pm
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Sun 26 January 2020 · 9:30pm
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5:00am
The World From Above, Cabo Frio To Brasilia
(S11, EP9)
 
5:00am
The World From Above, Cabo Frio To Brasilia (S11, EP9)
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Offering an entirely different view of our world, The World from Above franchise is back for an epic 11th series. From Italy's famous Amalfi Coast and the cathedrals of Paris, to the wild landscape of the Bighorn Canyon in Montana and the peak of the Matterhorn in Switzerland, discover some of the most spectacular places on Earth, from above. More Info >
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Sun 26 January 2020 · 4:30pm
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Tue 28 January 2020 · 1:30am
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Fri 31 January 2020 · 6:00pm
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5:30am
The Pacific: In The Wake Of Captain Cook, Australia
(S1, EP3)
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5:30am
The Pacific: In The Wake Of Captain Cook, Australia (S1, EP3)
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Having fulfilled his Admiralty brief Captain Cook opted to tale the long way back to Britain so he could chart the East Coast of Australia and explore the mysterious land. The Aboriginal people showed more caution than their Polynesian counterparts upon the Endeavour's arrival seemingly indifferent to the strangers and wishing them gone. This understandable reticence was misinterpreted and later led to the myth of Terra Nullius Sam travels from Botany Bay up the east coast to Cooktown, learning about a country that far from being nobodies' land was comprehensively inhabited by a well-established culture.
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Mon 27 January 2020 · 11:30am
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6:30am
Nefertiti: The Lonely Queen, Permission And Denial
(S1, EP2)
 
6:30am
Nefertiti: The Lonely Queen, Permission And Denial (S1, EP2)
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