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 04/12/2020  20:00-21:00  (60) 
Antiques Roadshow
Fiona Bruce introduces a return visit to Durham Cathedral where treasures include a missionary's medical kit, an early etching by Dame Laura Knight and a beautiful carriage clock discovered on a Second World War bombsite.
 04/12/2020  21:00-22:00  (60) 
Bangers and Cash
A rare Honda S800 sports car from 1967 takes Derek's fancy, and a couple of very different Ford Capris with long histories go head-to-head at the auction.
 04/12/2020  22:00-23:00  (60) 
Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution
By 1943, life was good for many of the SS. Eyewitness accounts recall how those in power at Auschwitz lined their pockets with wealth stolen from Jewish inmates while also engaging in illicit affairs.
 04/12/2020  23:00-00:00  (60) 
Abandoned Engineering
A crumbling hill in the Peak District and dunes in California caused the closure of two roads, and a route used by the French Resistance that shut in 2003.
 05/12/2020  00:00-01:00  (60) 
Nazi Hunters
The global search for the most sought-after World War II criminals. How Hitler's deputy Hermann Goering was captured by the Allies, leading to his suicide.
 05/12/2020  01:00-02:00  (60) 
Trading History
The intriguing stories behind dresses once owned by Princess Diana, a collection of antique taxidermy and a book from the 1948 London Olympics that are to be sold at auction.
 05/12/2020  02:00-03:00  (60) 
Impossible Engineering
The Millau Viaduct is the world's tallest bridge and spans the valley of the River Tarn in southern France. Find out more about this marvel of modern engineering.
 05/12/2020  03:00-06:00  (180) 
Teleshopping
Bringing you all the best in both entertainment and teleshopping.
 05/12/2020  06:00-07:20  (80) 
Trading History
Items from the Titanic disaster and the Great Train Robbery go under the hammer, and Bjork's dresses are also auctioned off.
 05/12/2020  07:20-07:45  (25) 
Great British Railway Journeys
Michael Porillo takes the train to the top of Wales's highest peak, Mount Snowdon, witnesses the revival of Anglesey's sea salt industry, and discovers how the railways transformed the tiny port of Holyhead.
 05/12/2020  07:45-10:00  (135) 
Beatles: How the Beatles Changed the World
Interviews and rare archival footage reveal the fascinating story behind the Beatles and their cultural, social and musical revolution.
 05/12/2020  10:00-10:30  (30) 
Great British Railway Journeys
Michael gets the rare chance to drive a heritage diesel train, finds out why Norfolk black turkeys appeared on the Christmas menu in Bradshaw's day, and samples some classic Cromer crab.
 05/12/2020  10:30-11:00  (30) 
Great British Railway Journeys
Michael Portillo tastes the Victorian drink perry, a kind of pear cider, gets up close and personal with a pedigree Hereford bull and visits the grandfather of all skyscrapers, the world's first iron-framed building in Shrewsbury.
 05/12/2020  11:00-11:30  (30) 
Great British Railway Journeys
Michael Portillo visits the world's first Iron bridge at Coalbrookdale, explores the historic Chirk Castle and has a go at making traditional Cheshire cheese.
 05/12/2020  11:30-12:00  (30) 
Great British Railway Journeys
Michael takes a tour of Chester's Roman remains and discovers a secret WWII chemical weapons plant at Rhydmwyn. After spending the night in Llandudno, he goes mussel fishing on the beautiful Conwy estuary.
 05/12/2020  12:00-12:30  (30) 
Great British Railway Journeys
Michael Portillo explores the Conwy Valley, stopping at Britain's first artists' colony at Betws-y-Coed, visiting the Victorian slate capital of Blaenau Ffestiniog and taking a steam train down to the harbour at Porthmadog.
 05/12/2020  12:30-13:00  (30) 
Great British Railway Journeys
Michael Porillo takes the train to the top of Wales's highest peak, Mount Snowdon, witnesses the revival of Anglesey's sea salt industry, and discovers how the railways transformed the tiny port of Holyhead.
 05/12/2020  13:00-13:30  (30) 
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
Some animals appear to have stretched their natural gifts to the limits. Sir David Attenborough looks at the giraffe, who must reach the tallest branches to find food, and the chameleon, who must use their camouflage to hide from predators.
 05/12/2020  13:30-14:00  (30) 
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
Sir David Attenborough reveals nature's evolutionary anomalies. Here he looks at the platypus and the curious case of the male Midwife Toad.
 05/12/2020  14:00-14:30  (30) 
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
Sir David Attenborough looks at some amazing quirks of evolution. David encounters two examples where nature has tinkered with the ageing process.
 05/12/2020  14:30-15:00  (30) 
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
David Attenborough reveals nature's most amazing animals. A look at the tusk of the narwhal and the spiral shells found on snails and ammonites.
 05/12/2020  15:00-15:30  (30) 
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
Sir David Attenborough shines the spotlight on nature's most amazing animals. David looks at the zebra's stripes and the wings of the butterfly.
 05/12/2020  15:30-16:00  (30) 
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
Sir David Attenborough shines the spotlight on some more of nature's most amazing animals, including the way female Komodo dragons and aphids reproduce.
 05/12/2020  16:00-16:30  (30) 
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
Some animals appear to have stretched their natural gifts to the limits. Sir David Attenborough looks at the giraffe, who must reach the tallest branches to find food, and the chameleon, who must use their camouflage to hide from predators.
 05/12/2020  16:30-17:00  (30) 
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
Sir David Attenborough reveals nature's evolutionary anomalies. Here he looks at the platypus and the curious case of the male Midwife Toad.
 05/12/2020  17:00-17:30  (30) 
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
Sir David Attenborough looks at some amazing quirks of evolution. David encounters two examples where nature has tinkered with the ageing process.
 05/12/2020  17:30-18:00  (30) 
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
David Attenborough reveals nature's most amazing animals. A look at the tusk of the narwhal and the spiral shells found on snails and ammonites.
 05/12/2020  18:00-18:30  (30) 
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
Sir David Attenborough shines the spotlight on nature's most amazing animals. David looks at the zebra's stripes and the wings of the butterfly.
 05/12/2020  18:30-19:00  (30) 
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
Sir David Attenborough shines the spotlight on some more of nature's most amazing animals, including the way female Komodo dragons and aphids reproduce.
 05/12/2020  19:00-21:20  (140) 
Beatles: How the Beatles Changed the World
Interviews and rare archival footage reveal the fascinating story behind the Beatles and their cultural, social and musical revolution.