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3 November 2020

06.00 MysteryQuest: Rise of the Fourth Reich

The Odessa network was reportedly formed to help SS Officers flee and rebuild a new Reich that would again rise to power. We follow their path from Germany, to Austria, Italy and finally to Paraguay.

06.45 Serial Killer Earth: When Lakes Attack

Serial Killer Earth brings together a top team of experts to examine the most compelling footage, as well as eyewitness testimonies in order to explain and inform viewers of what actually happened during these disasters.

07.30 The Universe: Edge of Space

Low orbit is only 120 miles above Earth, but this is where most of space exploration has occurred.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Monoliths

What compelled ancient man to move colossal stones to build remarkably similar stone monuments all around the world, from the jungles of Costa Rica to England’s countryside?

09.00 Jurassic Fight Club: Biggest Killers

Experts search for the largest prehistoric killer of all. Contenders include the Utahraptor, allosaurus, majungatholus, Albertosaurus and tyrannosaurus.

09.45 Fifth Gear: Episode 3

In this episode of Fifth Gear, Tiff Needell and Karun Chandhok take two high-performance saloons to the track to discover which is the fastest - and most entertaining - to drive.

10.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: Paddington Rail Crash

In 1994, the Great British sell-off began and so did the countdown to a rail disaster that shook Britain to its core. After the privatisation of British Rail, missed signals and under-trained staff resulted in 31 people killed and over 500 injured.

11.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Ice Age Monsters

The Mega-Lion, a giant cousin of modern lions, goes head to head with the Short-Faced Bear, a tall terror equipped with huge claws and muscles.

12.00 MysteryQuest: Rise of the Fourth Reich

The Odessa network was reportedly formed to help SS Officers flee and rebuild a new Reich that would again rise to power. We follow their path from Germany, to Austria, Italy and finally to Paraguay.

12.45 Serial Killer Earth: When Lakes Attack

Serial Killer Earth brings together a top team of experts to examine the most compelling footage, as well as eyewitness testimonies in order to explain and inform viewers of what actually happened during these disasters.

13.30 The Universe: Edge of Space

Low orbit is only 120 miles above Earth, but this is where most of space exploration has occurred.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Monoliths

What compelled ancient man to move colossal stones to build remarkably similar stone monuments all around the world, from the jungles of Costa Rica to England’s countryside?

15.00 Jurassic Fight Club: Biggest Killers

Experts search for the largest prehistoric killer of all. Contenders include the Utahraptor, allosaurus, majungatholus, Albertosaurus and tyrannosaurus.

15.45 Fifth Gear: Episode 3

In this episode of Fifth Gear, Tiff Needell and Karun Chandhok take two high-performance saloons to the track to discover which is the fastest - and most entertaining - to drive.

16.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: Paddington Rail Crash

In 1994, the Great British sell-off began and so did the countdown to a rail disaster that shook Britain to its core. After the privatisation of British Rail, missed signals and under-trained staff resulted in 31 people killed and over 500 injured.

17.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Hunter Becomes Hunted

Allosaurus and Ceratosaurus face off. Scientists reconstruct a battle that took place between the two predators in a fight for dominance when the hunter becomes the hunted.

18.00 MysteryQuest: San Francisco Slaughter

MysteryQuest's team of investigators look into the case of the Zodiac Killer using groundbreaking new DNA technology.

18.45 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado Vs. Airport

A massive landslide chases a group of construction workers. A tornado tears through an airport and an earthquake threatens a 700-year-old church. Mother Nature continues her killing spree.

19.30 The Universe: Space Disasters

Explore the controlled explosion of launch, the fiery crucible of re-entry and everything in between to see why space flight is still a highly dangerous pursuit.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Viking Gods

The gods worshipped by the Norse Vikings were fearsome and mysterious. Experts investigate whether these powerful Viking Gods could have been visitors from another planet.

21.00 PREMIERE Brand New & Exclusive: Mystery Pickers: A Viking And A Curse

The guys look at two objects that may be worth big money - if they're not cursed. Plus, they examine a mysterious object saved from the destruction of Hurricane Katrina, and an alleged Viking drinking horn.

21.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Founding of America

The architecture in Washington DC was inspired by the ancient world. But is it possible that the designs and philosophies enshrined in the streets of the US capital were influenced by an otherworldly source?

22.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: Zeebrugge Ferry Disaster

In the '80s, channel-hopping was fast and fun, but with the pressure of competition mounting, the countdown to tragedy began. Putting speed over safety turned an exciting day trip into one of Britain’s worst maritime disasters since the War.

23.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Hunter Becomes Hunted

Allosaurus and Ceratosaurus face off. Scientists reconstruct a battle that took place between the two predators in a fight for dominance when the hunter becomes the hunted.

00.00 MysteryQuest: San Francisco Slaughter

MysteryQuest's team of investigators look into the case of the Zodiac Killer using groundbreaking new DNA technology.

00.45 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado Vs. Airport

A massive landslide chases a group of construction workers. A tornado tears through an airport and an earthquake threatens a 700-year-old church. Mother Nature continues her killing spree.

01.30 The Universe: Space Disasters

Explore the controlled explosion of launch, the fiery crucible of re-entry and everything in between to see why space flight is still a highly dangerous pursuit.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Viking Gods

The gods worshipped by the Norse Vikings were fearsome and mysterious. Experts investigate whether these powerful Viking Gods could have been visitors from another planet.

03.00 Mystery Pickers: A Viking And A Curse

The guys look at two objects that may be worth big money - if they're not cursed. Plus, they examine a mysterious object saved from the destruction of Hurricane Katrina, and an alleged Viking drinking horn.

03.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Founding of America

The architecture in Washington DC was inspired by the ancient world. But is it possible that the designs and philosophies enshrined in the streets of the US capital were influenced by an otherworldly source?

04.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: Zeebrugge Ferry Disaster

In the '80s, channel-hopping was fast and fun, but with the pressure of competition mounting, the countdown to tragedy began. Putting speed over safety turned an exciting day trip into one of Britain’s worst maritime disasters since the War.

05.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Hunter Becomes Hunted

Allosaurus and Ceratosaurus face off. Scientists reconstruct a battle that took place between the two predators in a fight for dominance when the hunter becomes the hunted.

Wednesday

4 November 2020

06.00 MysteryQuest: San Francisco Slaughter

MysteryQuest's team of investigators look into the case of the Zodiac Killer using groundbreaking new DNA technology.

06.45 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado Vs. Airport

A massive landslide chases a group of construction workers. A tornado tears through an airport and an earthquake threatens a 700-year-old church. Mother Nature continues her killing spree.

07.30 The Universe: Space Disasters

Explore the controlled explosion of launch, the fiery crucible of re-entry and everything in between to see why space flight is still a highly dangerous pursuit.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Viking Gods

The gods worshipped by the Norse Vikings were fearsome and mysterious. Experts investigate whether these powerful Viking Gods could have been visitors from another planet.

09.00 Mystery Pickers: A Viking And A Curse

The guys look at two objects that may be worth big money - if they're not cursed. Plus, they examine a mysterious object saved from the destruction of Hurricane Katrina, and an alleged Viking drinking horn.

09.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Founding of America

The architecture in Washington DC was inspired by the ancient world. But is it possible that the designs and philosophies enshrined in the streets of the US capital were influenced by an otherworldly source?

10.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: Zeebrugge Ferry Disaster

In the '80s, channel-hopping was fast and fun, but with the pressure of competition mounting, the countdown to tragedy began. Putting speed over safety turned an exciting day trip into one of Britain’s worst maritime disasters since the War.

11.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Hunter Becomes Hunted

Allosaurus and Ceratosaurus face off. Scientists reconstruct a battle that took place between the two predators in a fight for dominance when the hunter becomes the hunted.

12.00 MysteryQuest: San Francisco Slaughter

MysteryQuest's team of investigators look into the case of the Zodiac Killer using groundbreaking new DNA technology.

12.45 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado Vs. Airport

A massive landslide chases a group of construction workers. A tornado tears through an airport and an earthquake threatens a 700-year-old church. Mother Nature continues her killing spree.

13.30 The Universe: Space Disasters

Explore the controlled explosion of launch, the fiery crucible of re-entry and everything in between to see why space flight is still a highly dangerous pursuit.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Viking Gods

The gods worshipped by the Norse Vikings were fearsome and mysterious. Experts investigate whether these powerful Viking Gods could have been visitors from another planet.

15.00 Mystery Pickers: A Viking And A Curse

The guys look at two objects that may be worth big money - if they're not cursed. Plus, they examine a mysterious object saved from the destruction of Hurricane Katrina, and an alleged Viking drinking horn.

15.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Founding of America

The architecture in Washington DC was inspired by the ancient world. But is it possible that the designs and philosophies enshrined in the streets of the US capital were influenced by an otherworldly source?

16.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: Zeebrugge Ferry Disaster

In the '80s, channel-hopping was fast and fun, but with the pressure of competition mounting, the countdown to tragedy began. Putting speed over safety turned an exciting day trip into one of Britain’s worst maritime disasters since the War.

17.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Raptor's Last Stand

Experts reconstruct a conflict between the armoured Gastonia and the largest member of the raptor family ever discovered, the Utahraptor.

18.00 MysteryQuest: Stonehenge

Nobody knows the true purpose of this ancient monument, but some experts have a compelling new theory which might solve the mystery.

18.45 Serial Killer Earth: Avalanche Attack

Mother Nature unleashes a swarm of tornados on a group of storm chasers. A delivery driver in Japan gets swallowed by the deadliest tsunami in Japan's history. And finally, a massive avalanche barrels into a small town in Norway.

19.30 The Universe: Strangest Things

From galaxies to black holes, discover the most bizarre and mysterious things in our universe. Plus, learn about actual alcohol clouds floating in space that are filled with organic molecules.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Von Daniken Legacy

An examination of Erich von Däniken's controversial theories that have captured the attention of the world and ignited a movement known as Ancient Astronaut Theory.

21.00 River Hunters: Stirling

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

21.45 WW2 Treasure Hunters: Pathfinder

Britain's foremost amateur WWII detectorist, Stephen Taylor, joins forces with Madness front man Suggs, as they uncover and analyse historical finds from across the UK.

22.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: Piper Alpha

In 1970, British Petroleum struck oil beneath the North Sea. On the back of industrial unrest, the promise of lucrative work was too good to be true, but by 1988, with poor management within the company, a gas leak saw the untimely death of 167 men.

23.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Raptor's Last Stand

Experts reconstruct a conflict between the armoured Gastonia and the largest member of the raptor family ever discovered, the Utahraptor.

00.00 MysteryQuest: Stonehenge

Nobody knows the true purpose of this ancient monument, but some experts have a compelling new theory which might solve the mystery.

00.45 Serial Killer Earth: Avalanche Attack

Mother Nature unleashes a swarm of tornados on a group of storm chasers. A delivery driver in Japan gets swallowed by the deadliest tsunami in Japan's history. And finally, a massive avalanche barrels into a small town in Norway.

01.30 The Universe: Strangest Things

From galaxies to black holes, discover the most bizarre and mysterious things in our universe. Plus, learn about actual alcohol clouds floating in space that are filled with organic molecules.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Von Daniken Legacy

An examination of Erich von Däniken's controversial theories that have captured the attention of the world and ignited a movement known as Ancient Astronaut Theory.

03.00 River Hunters: Stirling

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

03.45 WW2 Treasure Hunters: Pathfinder

Britain's foremost amateur WWII detectorist, Stephen Taylor, joins forces with Madness front man Suggs, as they uncover and analyse historical finds from across the UK.

04.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: Piper Alpha

In 1970, British Petroleum struck oil beneath the North Sea. On the back of industrial unrest, the promise of lucrative work was too good to be true, but by 1988, with poor management within the company, a gas leak saw the untimely death of 167 men.

05.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Raptor's Last Stand

Experts reconstruct a conflict between the armoured Gastonia and the largest member of the raptor family ever discovered, the Utahraptor.

Thursday

5 November 2020

06.00 MysteryQuest: Stonehenge

Nobody knows the true purpose of this ancient monument, but some experts have a compelling new theory which might solve the mystery.

06.45 Serial Killer Earth: Avalanche Attack

Mother Nature unleashes a swarm of tornados on a group of storm chasers. A delivery driver in Japan gets swallowed by the deadliest tsunami in Japan's history. And finally, a massive avalanche barrels into a small town in Norway.

07.30 The Universe: Strangest Things

From galaxies to black holes, discover the most bizarre and mysterious things in our universe. Plus, learn about actual alcohol clouds floating in space that are filled with organic molecules.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Von Daniken Legacy

An examination of Erich von Däniken's controversial theories that have captured the attention of the world and ignited a movement known as Ancient Astronaut Theory.

09.00 River Hunters: Stirling

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

09.45 WW2 Treasure Hunters: Pathfinder

Britain's foremost amateur WWII detectorist, Stephen Taylor, joins forces with Madness front man Suggs, as they uncover and analyse historical finds from across the UK.

10.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: Piper Alpha

In 1970, British Petroleum struck oil beneath the North Sea. On the back of industrial unrest, the promise of lucrative work was too good to be true, but by 1988, with poor management within the company, a gas leak saw the untimely death of 167 men.

11.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Raptor's Last Stand

Experts reconstruct a conflict between the armoured Gastonia and the largest member of the raptor family ever discovered, the Utahraptor.

12.00 MysteryQuest: Stonehenge

Nobody knows the true purpose of this ancient monument, but some experts have a compelling new theory which might solve the mystery.

12.45 Serial Killer Earth: Avalanche Attack

Mother Nature unleashes a swarm of tornados on a group of storm chasers. A delivery driver in Japan gets swallowed by the deadliest tsunami in Japan's history. And finally, a massive avalanche barrels into a small town in Norway.

13.30 The Universe: Strangest Things

From galaxies to black holes, discover the most bizarre and mysterious things in our universe. Plus, learn about actual alcohol clouds floating in space that are filled with organic molecules.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Von Daniken Legacy

An examination of Erich von Däniken's controversial theories that have captured the attention of the world and ignited a movement known as Ancient Astronaut Theory.

15.00 River Hunters: Stirling

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

15.45 WW2 Treasure Hunters: Pathfinder

Britain's foremost amateur WWII detectorist, Stephen Taylor, joins forces with Madness front man Suggs, as they uncover and analyse historical finds from across the UK.

16.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: Piper Alpha

In 1970, British Petroleum struck oil beneath the North Sea. On the back of industrial unrest, the promise of lucrative work was too good to be true, but by 1988, with poor management within the company, a gas leak saw the untimely death of 167 men.

17.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Biggest Killers

Experts search for the largest prehistoric killer of all. Contenders include the Utahraptor, allosaurus, majungatholus, Albertosaurus and tyrannosaurus.

18.00 Chasing Mummies: Stuck

Zahi is supervising the restoration of the Step Pyramid, the oldest in Egypt, and helping him out are the members of his fellowship programme.

18.45 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado in Aisle 12

Mother Nature attacks Gulf Coast residents with the worst hurricane in US history; a tornado rips through a hardware store, turning merchandise into lethal weapons; and in Haiti, a monstrous earthquake claims countless victims.

19.30 The Universe: Alien Faces

How do Earth's creatures help scientists with their understanding of life in the universe?

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Emperors, Kings And Pharaohs

Ancient emperors, kings and pharaohs were often attributed with otherworldly strengths, abilities and wisdom, and many were even considered gods by the people they ruled. Who were these exceptional leaders?

21.00 PREMIERE Brand New & Exclusive: Digging for the Truth: Lost Empire of Genghis Khaan

In less than seventy years they created the largest land empire in recorded history. How were Chinggis Khaan and his army able to achieve this military dominance on such a grand scale? And what ultimately became of the great Empire of the Khaans?

21.45 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Alien Worlds

New technologies have suddenly revealed thousands of distant planets, opening up the most exciting period in astronomy in decades. Some believe we're on the verge of answering the ancient question: are we alone in the universe?

22.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: Munich Air Crash

1948 - Manchester United lifted the FA Cup - and the countdown to tragedy began. An ignored warning about taking off in slush and a third take-off attempt cost 23 people their lives on a snowy February night, the day British football changed forever.

23.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Biggest Killers

Experts search for the largest prehistoric killer of all. Contenders include the Utahraptor, allosaurus, majungatholus, Albertosaurus and tyrannosaurus.

00.00 Chasing Mummies: Stuck

Zahi is supervising the restoration of the Step Pyramid, the oldest in Egypt, and helping him out are the members of his fellowship programme.

00.45 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado in Aisle 12

Mother Nature attacks Gulf Coast residents with the worst hurricane in US history; a tornado rips through a hardware store, turning merchandise into lethal weapons; and in Haiti, a monstrous earthquake claims countless victims.

01.30 The Universe: Alien Faces

How do Earth's creatures help scientists with their understanding of life in the universe?

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Emperors, Kings And Pharaohs

Ancient emperors, kings and pharaohs were often attributed with otherworldly strengths, abilities and wisdom, and many were even considered gods by the people they ruled. Who were these exceptional leaders?

03.00 Digging for the Truth: Lost Empire of Genghis Khaan

In less than seventy years they created the largest land empire in recorded history. How were Chinggis Khaan and his army able to achieve this military dominance on such a grand scale? And what ultimately became of the great Empire of the Khaans?

03.45 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Alien Worlds

New technologies have suddenly revealed thousands of distant planets, opening up the most exciting period in astronomy in decades. Some believe we're on the verge of answering the ancient question: are we alone in the universe?

04.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: Munich Air Crash

1948 - Manchester United lifted the FA Cup - and the countdown to tragedy began. An ignored warning about taking off in slush and a third take-off attempt cost 23 people their lives on a snowy February night, the day British football changed forever.

05.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Biggest Killers

Experts search for the largest prehistoric killer of all. Contenders include the Utahraptor, allosaurus, majungatholus, Albertosaurus and tyrannosaurus.

Friday

6 November 2020

06.00 Chasing Mummies: Stuck

Zahi is supervising the restoration of the Step Pyramid, the oldest in Egypt, and helping him out are the members of his fellowship programme.

06.45 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado in Aisle 12

Mother Nature attacks Gulf Coast residents with the worst hurricane in US history; a tornado rips through a hardware store, turning merchandise into lethal weapons; and in Haiti, a monstrous earthquake claims countless victims.

07.30 The Universe: Alien Faces

How do Earth's creatures help scientists with their understanding of life in the universe?

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Emperors, Kings And Pharaohs

Ancient emperors, kings and pharaohs were often attributed with otherworldly strengths, abilities and wisdom, and many were even considered gods by the people they ruled. Who were these exceptional leaders?

09.00 Digging for the Truth: Lost Empire of Genghis Khaan

In less than seventy years they created the largest land empire in recorded history. How were Chinggis Khaan and his army able to achieve this military dominance on such a grand scale? And what ultimately became of the great Empire of the Khaans?

09.45 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Alien Worlds

New technologies have suddenly revealed thousands of distant planets, opening up the most exciting period in astronomy in decades. Some believe we're on the verge of answering the ancient question: are we alone in the universe?

10.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: Munich Air Crash

1948 - Manchester United lifted the FA Cup - and the countdown to tragedy began. An ignored warning about taking off in slush and a third take-off attempt cost 23 people their lives on a snowy February night, the day British football changed forever.

11.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Biggest Killers

Experts search for the largest prehistoric killer of all. Contenders include the Utahraptor, allosaurus, majungatholus, Albertosaurus and tyrannosaurus.

12.00 Chasing Mummies: Stuck

Zahi is supervising the restoration of the Step Pyramid, the oldest in Egypt, and helping him out are the members of his fellowship programme.

12.45 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado in Aisle 12

Mother Nature attacks Gulf Coast residents with the worst hurricane in US history; a tornado rips through a hardware store, turning merchandise into lethal weapons; and in Haiti, a monstrous earthquake claims countless victims.

13.30 The Universe: Alien Faces

How do Earth's creatures help scientists with their understanding of life in the universe?

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Emperors, Kings And Pharaohs

Ancient emperors, kings and pharaohs were often attributed with otherworldly strengths, abilities and wisdom, and many were even considered gods by the people they ruled. Who were these exceptional leaders?

15.00 Digging for the Truth: Lost Empire of Genghis Khaan

In less than seventy years they created the largest land empire in recorded history. How were Chinggis Khaan and his army able to achieve this military dominance on such a grand scale? And what ultimately became of the great Empire of the Khaans?

15.45 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Alien Worlds

New technologies have suddenly revealed thousands of distant planets, opening up the most exciting period in astronomy in decades. Some believe we're on the verge of answering the ancient question: are we alone in the universe?

16.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: Munich Air Crash

1948 - Manchester United lifted the FA Cup - and the countdown to tragedy began. An ignored warning about taking off in slush and a third take-off attempt cost 23 people their lives on a snowy February night, the day British football changed forever.

17.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Raptor v T-Rex

A palaeontologist discovers the tail of a massive duckbilled dinosaur that appears to indicate an attack by both raptors and a Tyrannosaurus rex.

18.00 Chasing Mummies: Trapped

Zahi journeys in to the Five Chambers with the fellows in tow. Together they will document the ancient graffiti on the walls of the Chambers, proving Zahi's theory that ancient Egyptians, not slaves, built the Pyramids at Giza.

18.45 Serial Killer Earth: Texas Twister Terror

Mother Nature unleashes a tornado across a busy Texas motorway, battering drivers in its path. Plus, a violent earthquake rips through a city in Turkey, and a Chinese river sends a surge of water over its banks, sweeping onlookers to certain death.

19.30 The Universe: Alien Planets

Is Planet Earth a commonly occurring planet or a one in a billion freak? Scientists reveal their hunt for planets outside of our solar system and the search for alien life.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Operations

Accounts from various cultures describe similar divine, birdlike figures that brought advanced medical knowledge to mankind thousands of years ago. Who were these ancient surgeons?

21.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 1

Tiff and Formula E driver Karun Chandhok race two supercar GTs, Jonny looks at the ultimate British getaway car of the 1960s, and the team test Renault’s new rear wheel drive city car, the Twingo.

21.45 Abandoned Engineering: Lost Bridges

Soaring across some of the widest rivers and deepest valleys on the planet, bridges have always been at the cutting edge of engineering.

22.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: King's Cross Fire

A tube system starved of investment, a lacking fire policy and an inadequate smoking ban were to have tragic consequences. In 1985, a series of disastrous decisions about safety procedures at King’s Cross station led to the death of 31 people.

23.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Raptor v T-Rex

A palaeontologist discovers the tail of a massive duckbilled dinosaur that appears to indicate an attack by both raptors and a Tyrannosaurus rex.

00.00 Chasing Mummies: Trapped

Zahi journeys in to the Five Chambers with the fellows in tow. Together they will document the ancient graffiti on the walls of the Chambers, proving Zahi's theory that ancient Egyptians, not slaves, built the Pyramids at Giza.

00.45 Serial Killer Earth: Texas Twister Terror

Mother Nature unleashes a tornado across a busy Texas motorway, battering drivers in its path. Plus, a violent earthquake rips through a city in Turkey, and a Chinese river sends a surge of water over its banks, sweeping onlookers to certain death.

01.30 The Universe: Alien Planets

Is Planet Earth a commonly occurring planet or a one in a billion freak? Scientists reveal their hunt for planets outside of our solar system and the search for alien life.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Operations

Accounts from various cultures describe similar divine, birdlike figures that brought advanced medical knowledge to mankind thousands of years ago. Who were these ancient surgeons?

03.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 1

Tiff and Formula E driver Karun Chandhok race two supercar GTs, Jonny looks at the ultimate British getaway car of the 1960s, and the team test Renault’s new rear wheel drive city car, the Twingo.

03.45 Abandoned Engineering: Lost Bridges

Soaring across some of the widest rivers and deepest valleys on the planet, bridges have always been at the cutting edge of engineering.

04.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: King's Cross Fire

A tube system starved of investment, a lacking fire policy and an inadequate smoking ban were to have tragic consequences. In 1985, a series of disastrous decisions about safety procedures at King’s Cross station led to the death of 31 people.

05.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Raptor v T-Rex

A palaeontologist discovers the tail of a massive duckbilled dinosaur that appears to indicate an attack by both raptors and a Tyrannosaurus rex.

Saturday

7 November 2020

06.00 Chasing Mummies: Trapped

Zahi journeys in to the Five Chambers with the fellows in tow. Together they will document the ancient graffiti on the walls of the Chambers, proving Zahi's theory that ancient Egyptians, not slaves, built the Pyramids at Giza.

06.45 Serial Killer Earth: Texas Twister Terror

Mother Nature unleashes a tornado across a busy Texas motorway, battering drivers in its path. Plus, a violent earthquake rips through a city in Turkey, and a Chinese river sends a surge of water over its banks, sweeping onlookers to certain death.

07.30 The Universe: Alien Planets

Is Planet Earth a commonly occurring planet or a one in a billion freak? Scientists reveal their hunt for planets outside of our solar system and the search for alien life.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Operations

Accounts from various cultures describe similar divine, birdlike figures that brought advanced medical knowledge to mankind thousands of years ago. Who were these ancient surgeons?

09.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 1

Tiff and Formula E driver Karun Chandhok race two supercar GTs, Jonny looks at the ultimate British getaway car of the 1960s, and the team test Renault’s new rear wheel drive city car, the Twingo.

09.45 Abandoned Engineering: Lost Bridges

Soaring across some of the widest rivers and deepest valleys on the planet, bridges have always been at the cutting edge of engineering.

10.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: King's Cross Fire

A tube system starved of investment, a lacking fire policy and an inadequate smoking ban were to have tragic consequences. In 1985, a series of disastrous decisions about safety procedures at King’s Cross station led to the death of 31 people.

11.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Raptor v T-Rex

A palaeontologist discovers the tail of a massive duckbilled dinosaur that appears to indicate an attack by both raptors and a Tyrannosaurus rex.

12.00 Chasing Mummies: Trapped

Zahi journeys in to the Five Chambers with the fellows in tow. Together they will document the ancient graffiti on the walls of the Chambers, proving Zahi's theory that ancient Egyptians, not slaves, built the Pyramids at Giza.

12.45 Serial Killer Earth: Texas Twister Terror

Mother Nature unleashes a tornado across a busy Texas motorway, battering drivers in its path. Plus, a violent earthquake rips through a city in Turkey, and a Chinese river sends a surge of water over its banks, sweeping onlookers to certain death.

13.30 The Universe: Alien Planets

Is Planet Earth a commonly occurring planet or a one in a billion freak? Scientists reveal their hunt for planets outside of our solar system and the search for alien life.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Operations

Accounts from various cultures describe similar divine, birdlike figures that brought advanced medical knowledge to mankind thousands of years ago. Who were these ancient surgeons?

15.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 1

Tiff and Formula E driver Karun Chandhok race two supercar GTs, Jonny looks at the ultimate British getaway car of the 1960s, and the team test Renault’s new rear wheel drive city car, the Twingo.

15.45 Abandoned Engineering: Lost Bridges

Soaring across some of the widest rivers and deepest valleys on the planet, bridges have always been at the cutting edge of engineering.

16.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: King's Cross Fire

A tube system starved of investment, a lacking fire policy and an inadequate smoking ban were to have tragic consequences. In 1985, a series of disastrous decisions about safety procedures at King’s Cross station led to the death of 31 people.

17.15 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Alien Messages

Ancient astronaut theorist, Giorgio Tsoukalos, takes a look at evidence to support the theory that extraterrestrials visited Earth in the past. Explore some of the most intriguing finds that many believe are clues to our extraterrestrial past.

18.00 Cities of the Underworld: Freemason's Underground: Boston & Philadelphia

From hidden tunnels beneath Boston to the incredible waterworld under Philadelphia, the Freemasons left behind the blueprints to America's rise.

18.45 Cities of the Underworld: Hitler's Underground Lair: Berlin

Host Eric Geller travels through the dark and damp recesses of Berlin's secret bunkers. Engineered by the Nazis during WWII, their dark past is revealed.

19.30 WW2 Treasure Hunters: Pathfinder

Britain's foremost amateur WWII detectorist, Stephen Taylor, joins forces with Madness front man Suggs, as they uncover and analyse historical finds from across the UK.

20.15 The Search for the Tesla Files: Fowl Play

Marc, Jason and Travis follow the trail back to New York where they discover traces of a shadow government bent on keeping Nikola Tesla's files secret.

21.00 Cryptid: The Swamp Beast: The Bone Pile

A local man's body is found deep in the Louisiana swamps and panic among the townsfolk intensifies when two young boys go missing.

21.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Moment of Truth

Along with a team of archaeologists, the Vieira brothers discover new evidence about the Goshen Mystery Tunnel, while Jim investigates a giant account unlike anything he has seen before.

22.30 Jurassic Fight Club: Biggest Killers

Experts search for the largest prehistoric killer of all. Contenders include the Utahraptor, allosaurus, majungatholus, Albertosaurus and tyrannosaurus.

23.15 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Alien Messages

Ancient astronaut theorist, Giorgio Tsoukalos, takes a look at evidence to support the theory that extraterrestrials visited Earth in the past. Explore some of the most intriguing finds that many believe are clues to our extraterrestrial past.

00.00 Cities of the Underworld: Freemason's Underground: Boston & Philadelphia

From hidden tunnels beneath Boston to the incredible waterworld under Philadelphia, the Freemasons left behind the blueprints to America's rise.

00.45 Cities of the Underworld: Hitler's Underground Lair: Berlin

Host Eric Geller travels through the dark and damp recesses of Berlin's secret bunkers. Engineered by the Nazis during WWII, their dark past is revealed.

01.30 WW2 Treasure Hunters: Pathfinder

Britain's foremost amateur WWII detectorist, Stephen Taylor, joins forces with Madness front man Suggs, as they uncover and analyse historical finds from across the UK.

02.15 The Search for the Tesla Files: Fowl Play

Marc, Jason and Travis follow the trail back to New York where they discover traces of a shadow government bent on keeping Nikola Tesla's files secret.

03.00 Cryptid: The Swamp Beast: The Bone Pile

A local man's body is found deep in the Louisiana swamps and panic among the townsfolk intensifies when two young boys go missing.

03.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Moment of Truth

Along with a team of archaeologists, the Vieira brothers discover new evidence about the Goshen Mystery Tunnel, while Jim investigates a giant account unlike anything he has seen before.

04.30 Jurassic Fight Club: Biggest Killers

Experts search for the largest prehistoric killer of all. Contenders include the Utahraptor, allosaurus, majungatholus, Albertosaurus and tyrannosaurus.

05.15 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Alien Messages

Ancient astronaut theorist, Giorgio Tsoukalos, takes a look at evidence to support the theory that extraterrestrials visited Earth in the past. Explore some of the most intriguing finds that many believe are clues to our extraterrestrial past.

Sunday

8 November 2020

06.00 Cities of the Underworld: Freemason's Underground: Boston & Philadelphia

From hidden tunnels beneath Boston to the incredible waterworld under Philadelphia, the Freemasons left behind the blueprints to America's rise.

06.45 Cities of the Underworld: Hitler's Underground Lair: Berlin

Host Eric Geller travels through the dark and damp recesses of Berlin's secret bunkers. Engineered by the Nazis during WWII, their dark past is revealed.

07.30 WW2 Treasure Hunters: Pathfinder

Britain's foremost amateur WWII detectorist, Stephen Taylor, joins forces with Madness front man Suggs, as they uncover and analyse historical finds from across the UK.

08.15 The Search for the Tesla Files: Fowl Play

Marc, Jason and Travis follow the trail back to New York where they discover traces of a shadow government bent on keeping Nikola Tesla's files secret.

09.00 Battles BC: Caesar: Super Siege

Relive the epic battle which saw Caesar's Roman forces use audacious tactics to overcome a Gallic army that outnumbered them five to one.

09.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Moment of Truth

Along with a team of archaeologists, the Vieira brothers discover new evidence about the Goshen Mystery Tunnel, while Jim investigates a giant account unlike anything he has seen before.

10.30 Jurassic Fight Club: Biggest Killers

Experts search for the largest prehistoric killer of all. Contenders include the Utahraptor, allosaurus, majungatholus, Albertosaurus and tyrannosaurus.

11.15 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Alien Messages

Ancient astronaut theorist, Giorgio Tsoukalos, takes a look at evidence to support the theory that extraterrestrials visited Earth in the past. Explore some of the most intriguing finds that many believe are clues to our extraterrestrial past.

12.00 Cities of the Underworld: Freemason's Underground: Boston & Philadelphia

From hidden tunnels beneath Boston to the incredible waterworld under Philadelphia, the Freemasons left behind the blueprints to America's rise.

12.45 Cities of the Underworld: Hitler's Underground Lair: Berlin

Host Eric Geller travels through the dark and damp recesses of Berlin's secret bunkers. Engineered by the Nazis during WWII, their dark past is revealed.

13.30 WW2 Treasure Hunters: Pathfinder

Britain's foremost amateur WWII detectorist, Stephen Taylor, joins forces with Madness front man Suggs, as they uncover and analyse historical finds from across the UK.

14.15 The Search for the Tesla Files: Fowl Play

Marc, Jason and Travis follow the trail back to New York where they discover traces of a shadow government bent on keeping Nikola Tesla's files secret.

15.00 Battles BC: Caesar: Super Siege

Relive the epic battle which saw Caesar's Roman forces use audacious tactics to overcome a Gallic army that outnumbered them five to one.

15.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Moment of Truth

Along with a team of archaeologists, the Vieira brothers discover new evidence about the Goshen Mystery Tunnel, while Jim investigates a giant account unlike anything he has seen before.

16.30 Jurassic Fight Club: Biggest Killers

Experts search for the largest prehistoric killer of all. Contenders include the Utahraptor, allosaurus, majungatholus, Albertosaurus and tyrannosaurus.

17.15 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado on Fire

In this episode, a flaming tornado terrorises a team of firefighters; a Hawaiian volcano wipes an island paradise off the map; and an avalanche of rocks and debris obliterate a village in Honduras.

18.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 1

Tiff and Formula E driver Karun Chandhok race two supercar GTs, Jonny looks at the ultimate British getaway car of the 1960s, and the team test Renault’s new rear wheel drive city car, the Twingo.

18.45 How the Earth Was Made: San Andreas Fault

The San Andreas Fault runs through some of the most valuable real estate in the world. The southern section hasn't had a significant quake for over 300 years and is primed and ready for another 'big one.'

19.30 Abandoned Engineering: Quest for Power

We tap into the history of electricity to find out if a giant structure rusting away in the contaminated zone around Grenoble could have started World War III.

20.15 Deep Sea Salvage: Cursed Treasure

Multiple obstacles turn a routine job ugly when the team goes to the rescue of a beached tug boat.

21.00 River Hunters: Stirling

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

21.45 Digging for the Truth: Lost Empire of Genghis Khaan

In less than seventy years they created the largest land empire in recorded history. How were Chinggis Khaan and his army able to achieve this military dominance on such a grand scale? And what ultimately became of the great Empire of the Khaans?

22.30 Auschwitz: Journey Into Hell: Episode 1

Survivors' testimony and harrowing photographic evidence explore the horrors of Auschwitz, the Nazis' largest and most notorious death camp.

23.15 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado on Fire

In this episode, a flaming tornado terrorises a team of firefighters; a Hawaiian volcano wipes an island paradise off the map; and an avalanche of rocks and debris obliterate a village in Honduras.

00.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 1

Tiff and Formula E driver Karun Chandhok race two supercar GTs, Jonny looks at the ultimate British getaway car of the 1960s, and the team test Renault’s new rear wheel drive city car, the Twingo.

00.45 How the Earth Was Made: San Andreas Fault

The San Andreas Fault runs through some of the most valuable real estate in the world. The southern section hasn't had a significant quake for over 300 years and is primed and ready for another 'big one.'

01.30 Abandoned Engineering: Quest for Power

We tap into the history of electricity to find out if a giant structure rusting away in the contaminated zone around Grenoble could have started World War III.

02.15 Deep Sea Salvage: Cursed Treasure

Multiple obstacles turn a routine job ugly when the team goes to the rescue of a beached tug boat.

03.00 River Hunters: Stirling

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

03.45 Digging for the Truth: Lost Empire of Genghis Khaan

In less than seventy years they created the largest land empire in recorded history. How were Chinggis Khaan and his army able to achieve this military dominance on such a grand scale? And what ultimately became of the great Empire of the Khaans?

04.30 Auschwitz: Journey Into Hell: Episode 1

Survivors' testimony and harrowing photographic evidence explore the horrors of Auschwitz, the Nazis' largest and most notorious death camp.

05.15 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado on Fire

In this episode, a flaming tornado terrorises a team of firefighters; a Hawaiian volcano wipes an island paradise off the map; and an avalanche of rocks and debris obliterate a village in Honduras.

Monday

9 November 2020

06.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 1

Tiff and Formula E driver Karun Chandhok race two supercar GTs, Jonny looks at the ultimate British getaway car of the 1960s, and the team test Renault’s new rear wheel drive city car, the Twingo.

06.45 How the Earth Was Made: San Andreas Fault

The San Andreas Fault runs through some of the most valuable real estate in the world. The southern section hasn't had a significant quake for over 300 years and is primed and ready for another 'big one.'

07.30 Abandoned Engineering: Quest for Power

We tap into the history of electricity to find out if a giant structure rusting away in the contaminated zone around Grenoble could have started World War III.

08.15 Deep Sea Salvage: Cursed Treasure

Multiple obstacles turn a routine job ugly when the team goes to the rescue of a beached tug boat.

09.00 River Hunters: Stirling

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

09.45 Digging for the Truth: Lost Empire of Genghis Khaan

In less than seventy years they created the largest land empire in recorded history. How were Chinggis Khaan and his army able to achieve this military dominance on such a grand scale? And what ultimately became of the great Empire of the Khaans?

10.30 Auschwitz: Journey Into Hell: Episode 1

Survivors' testimony and harrowing photographic evidence explore the horrors of Auschwitz, the Nazis' largest and most notorious death camp.

11.15 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado on Fire

In this episode, a flaming tornado terrorises a team of firefighters; a Hawaiian volcano wipes an island paradise off the map; and an avalanche of rocks and debris obliterate a village in Honduras.

12.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 1

Tiff and Formula E driver Karun Chandhok race two supercar GTs, Jonny looks at the ultimate British getaway car of the 1960s, and the team test Renault’s new rear wheel drive city car, the Twingo.

12.45 How the Earth Was Made: San Andreas Fault

The San Andreas Fault runs through some of the most valuable real estate in the world. The southern section hasn't had a significant quake for over 300 years and is primed and ready for another 'big one.'

13.30 Abandoned Engineering: Quest for Power

We tap into the history of electricity to find out if a giant structure rusting away in the contaminated zone around Grenoble could have started World War III.

14.15 Deep Sea Salvage: Cursed Treasure

Multiple obstacles turn a routine job ugly when the team goes to the rescue of a beached tug boat.

15.00 River Hunters: Stirling

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

15.45 Digging for the Truth: Lost Empire of Genghis Khaan

In less than seventy years they created the largest land empire in recorded history. How were Chinggis Khaan and his army able to achieve this military dominance on such a grand scale? And what ultimately became of the great Empire of the Khaans?

16.30 Auschwitz: Journey Into Hell: Episode 1

Survivors' testimony and harrowing photographic evidence explore the horrors of Auschwitz, the Nazis' largest and most notorious death camp.

17.15 Jurassic Fight Club: River of Death

A herd of plant-eating Pachyrhinosaurus are attacked by a pair of deadly Albertosaurus. With their backs against a flooding river, the herd attempts to stand its ground.

18.00 Chasing Mummies: Lost

Zahi uncovers a cache of mummies at a dig site at Saqqara and discovers a rare and important piece of Egyptian history: a beautiful anthropoid sarcophagus from the 26th Dynasty!

18.45 Serial Killer Earth: Lightning Strikes Twice

Mother Nature unleashes a barrage of attacks around the globe. In San Francisco, an earthquake crushes commuters; a rolling avalanche devours climbers in the Himalayas; and in Nebraska, lightning strikes an unlucky storm chaser.

19.30 The Universe: Cosmic Holes

The infinite universe is brimming with strange, violent phenomena, cosmic portals in space and time. Join scientists in their search for white, black and worm holes.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Mysterious Relics

All around the world, archaeologists have uncovered mysterious relics revered by ancient cultures for thousands of years. What is it about these ancient objects that draws people to them?

21.00 Jurassic Fight Club: Raptor v T-Rex

A palaeontologist discovers the tail of a massive duckbilled dinosaur that appears to indicate an attack by both raptors and a Tyrannosaurus rex.

21.45 Fifth Gear: Episode 4

Tiff visits northern Sweden for a rally challenge. He only has a few hours to learn the skills of racing on sheet ice before he takes on a rally champion over a treacherous rally stage. The potential for disaster waits around every corner.

22.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: Grenfell Tower

In the 1950s, the tower block was born. But by the 1970s, these cities in the sky became slums. In 2017, missed warnings, vague regulations and corners cut in favour of financial return resulted in the deadliest tower block fire in British history.

23.15 Jurassic Fight Club: River of Death

A herd of plant-eating Pachyrhinosaurus are attacked by a pair of deadly Albertosaurus. With their backs against a flooding river, the herd attempts to stand its ground.

00.00 Chasing Mummies: Lost

Zahi uncovers a cache of mummies at a dig site at Saqqara and discovers a rare and important piece of Egyptian history: a beautiful anthropoid sarcophagus from the 26th Dynasty!

00.45 Serial Killer Earth: Lightning Strikes Twice

Mother Nature unleashes a barrage of attacks around the globe. In San Francisco, an earthquake crushes commuters; a rolling avalanche devours climbers in the Himalayas; and in Nebraska, lightning strikes an unlucky storm chaser.

01.30 The Universe: Cosmic Holes

The infinite universe is brimming with strange, violent phenomena, cosmic portals in space and time. Join scientists in their search for white, black and worm holes.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Mysterious Relics

All around the world, archaeologists have uncovered mysterious relics revered by ancient cultures for thousands of years. What is it about these ancient objects that draws people to them?

03.00 Jurassic Fight Club: Raptor v T-Rex

A palaeontologist discovers the tail of a massive duckbilled dinosaur that appears to indicate an attack by both raptors and a Tyrannosaurus rex.

03.45 Fifth Gear: Episode 4

Tiff visits northern Sweden for a rally challenge. He only has a few hours to learn the skills of racing on sheet ice before he takes on a rally champion over a treacherous rally stage. The potential for disaster waits around every corner.

04.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: Grenfell Tower

In the 1950s, the tower block was born. But by the 1970s, these cities in the sky became slums. In 2017, missed warnings, vague regulations and corners cut in favour of financial return resulted in the deadliest tower block fire in British history.

05.15 Jurassic Fight Club: River of Death

A herd of plant-eating Pachyrhinosaurus are attacked by a pair of deadly Albertosaurus. With their backs against a flooding river, the herd attempts to stand its ground.

Tuesday

10 November 2020

06.00 Chasing Mummies: Lost

Zahi uncovers a cache of mummies at a dig site at Saqqara and discovers a rare and important piece of Egyptian history: a beautiful anthropoid sarcophagus from the 26th Dynasty!

06.45 Serial Killer Earth: Lightning Strikes Twice

Mother Nature unleashes a barrage of attacks around the globe. In San Francisco, an earthquake crushes commuters; a rolling avalanche devours climbers in the Himalayas; and in Nebraska, lightning strikes an unlucky storm chaser.

07.30 The Universe: Cosmic Holes

The infinite universe is brimming with strange, violent phenomena, cosmic portals in space and time. Join scientists in their search for white, black and worm holes.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Mysterious Relics

All around the world, archaeologists have uncovered mysterious relics revered by ancient cultures for thousands of years. What is it about these ancient objects that draws people to them?

09.00 Jurassic Fight Club: Raptor v T-Rex

A palaeontologist discovers the tail of a massive duckbilled dinosaur that appears to indicate an attack by both raptors and a Tyrannosaurus rex.

09.45 Fifth Gear: Episode 4

Tiff visits northern Sweden for a rally challenge. He only has a few hours to learn the skills of racing on sheet ice before he takes on a rally champion over a treacherous rally stage. The potential for disaster waits around every corner.

10.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: Grenfell Tower

In the 1950s, the tower block was born. But by the 1970s, these cities in the sky became slums. In 2017, missed warnings, vague regulations and corners cut in favour of financial return resulted in the deadliest tower block fire in British history.

11.15 Jurassic Fight Club: River of Death

A herd of plant-eating Pachyrhinosaurus are attacked by a pair of deadly Albertosaurus. With their backs against a flooding river, the herd attempts to stand its ground.

12.00 Chasing Mummies: Lost

Zahi uncovers a cache of mummies at a dig site at Saqqara and discovers a rare and important piece of Egyptian history: a beautiful anthropoid sarcophagus from the 26th Dynasty!

12.45 Serial Killer Earth: Lightning Strikes Twice

Mother Nature unleashes a barrage of attacks around the globe. In San Francisco, an earthquake crushes commuters; a rolling avalanche devours climbers in the Himalayas; and in Nebraska, lightning strikes an unlucky storm chaser.

13.30 The Universe: Cosmic Holes

The infinite universe is brimming with strange, violent phenomena, cosmic portals in space and time. Join scientists in their search for white, black and worm holes.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Mysterious Relics

All around the world, archaeologists have uncovered mysterious relics revered by ancient cultures for thousands of years. What is it about these ancient objects that draws people to them?

15.00 Jurassic Fight Club: Raptor v T-Rex

A palaeontologist discovers the tail of a massive duckbilled dinosaur that appears to indicate an attack by both raptors and a Tyrannosaurus rex.

15.45 Fifth Gear: Episode 4

Tiff visits northern Sweden for a rally challenge. He only has a few hours to learn the skills of racing on sheet ice before he takes on a rally champion over a treacherous rally stage. The potential for disaster waits around every corner.

16.30 James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain: Grenfell Tower

In the 1950s, the tower block was born. But by the 1970s, these cities in the sky became slums. In 2017, missed warnings, vague regulations and corners cut in favour of financial return resulted in the deadliest tower block fire in British history.

17.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Armageddon

Experts from a variety of scientific backgrounds are brought together to review evidence and explain the events that caused the mass extinction of the dinosaurs.

18.00 Chasing Mummies: Discovered

When army manoeuvres shut down the team's journey to restore an ancient minaret, they take a treacherous journey through the White Desert to camp in an oasis. Zahi makes friends with the local Bedouins, who feed the starving group.

18.45 Serial Killer Earth: Hurricane Attacks Weatherman

A wildfire threatens to swallow a group of Russian firefighters; a hurricane takes dead aim at a Florida weatherman; and in Korea, a massive landslide wipes out traffic on a busy road.

19.30 The Universe: Mysteries of the Moon

The moon outshines every other celestial body in the night sky, but it is also the source of many unsolved mysteries and age-old myths.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: The Satan Conspiracy

This episode examines new interpretations of ancient texts, which indicate that Satan may have been an extraterrestrial being, rather than an immortal force of evil.

21.00 PREMIERE Mystery Pickers: Brass Ball

A strange brass ball has Leonard and Blue intrigued, while Dale tries to figure out if a rare microscope was owned by Thomas Jefferson. Other finds include a strange carving pulled from a river and a broken statue treasured by one man's father.

21.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Nazca

Giorgio Tsoukalos heads to Peru to investigate whether the strange symbols covering its desert floor are key to proving aliens once visited Earth.

22.30 Knight Fight: Vikings vs Byzantines

Four fighters must adopt and adapt to the implements of the Vikings and Byzantine armies of the 10th Century. Will they be able to bear the weight of both the armour and the history, or will the Viking war mace crush their hopes of winning?

23.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Armageddon

Experts from a variety of scientific backgrounds are brought together to review evidence and explain the events that caused the mass extinction of the dinosaurs.

00.00 Chasing Mummies: Discovered

When army manoeuvres shut down the team's journey to restore an ancient minaret, they take a treacherous journey through the White Desert to camp in an oasis. Zahi makes friends with the local Bedouins, who feed the starving group.

00.45 Serial Killer Earth: Hurricane Attacks Weatherman

A wildfire threatens to swallow a group of Russian firefighters; a hurricane takes dead aim at a Florida weatherman; and in Korea, a massive landslide wipes out traffic on a busy road.

01.30 The Universe: Mysteries of the Moon

The moon outshines every other celestial body in the night sky, but it is also the source of many unsolved mysteries and age-old myths.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: The Satan Conspiracy

This episode examines new interpretations of ancient texts, which indicate that Satan may have been an extraterrestrial being, rather than an immortal force of evil.

03.00 Mystery Pickers: Brass Ball

A strange brass ball has Leonard and Blue intrigued, while Dale tries to figure out if a rare microscope was owned by Thomas Jefferson. Other finds include a strange carving pulled from a river and a broken statue treasured by one man's father.

03.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Nazca

Giorgio Tsoukalos heads to Peru to investigate whether the strange symbols covering its desert floor are key to proving aliens once visited Earth.

04.30 Knight Fight: Vikings vs Byzantines

Four fighters must adopt and adapt to the implements of the Vikings and Byzantine armies of the 10th Century. Will they be able to bear the weight of both the armour and the history, or will the Viking war mace crush their hopes of winning?

05.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Armageddon

Experts from a variety of scientific backgrounds are brought together to review evidence and explain the events that caused the mass extinction of the dinosaurs.

Wednesday

11 November 2020

06.00 Chasing Mummies: Discovered

When army manoeuvres shut down the team's journey to restore an ancient minaret, they take a treacherous journey through the White Desert to camp in an oasis. Zahi makes friends with the local Bedouins, who feed the starving group.

06.45 Serial Killer Earth: Hurricane Attacks Weatherman

A wildfire threatens to swallow a group of Russian firefighters; a hurricane takes dead aim at a Florida weatherman; and in Korea, a massive landslide wipes out traffic on a busy road.

07.30 The Universe: Mysteries of the Moon

The moon outshines every other celestial body in the night sky, but it is also the source of many unsolved mysteries and age-old myths.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: The Satan Conspiracy

This episode examines new interpretations of ancient texts, which indicate that Satan may have been an extraterrestrial being, rather than an immortal force of evil.

09.00 Mystery Pickers: Brass Ball

A strange brass ball has Leonard and Blue intrigued, while Dale tries to figure out if a rare microscope was owned by Thomas Jefferson. Other finds include a strange carving pulled from a river and a broken statue treasured by one man's father.

09.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Nazca

Giorgio Tsoukalos heads to Peru to investigate whether the strange symbols covering its desert floor are key to proving aliens once visited Earth.

10.30 History's Most Hated: Adolf Eichmann

An in-depth account of the life of the infamous Nazi who deported Europe's Jews to death camps. Includes the dramatic story of his daring capture by Israeli agents.

11.15 Jurassic Fight Club: Armageddon

Experts from a variety of scientific backgrounds are brought together to review evidence and explain the events that caused the mass extinction of the dinosaurs.

12.00 Chasing Mummies: Discovered

When army manoeuvres shut down the team's journey to restore an ancient minaret, they take a treacherous journey through the White Desert to camp in an oasis. Zahi makes friends with the local Bedouins, who feed the starving group.

12.45 Serial Killer Earth: Hurricane Attacks Weatherman

A wildfire threatens to swallow a group of Russian firefighters; a hurricane takes dead aim at a Florida weatherman; and in Korea, a massive landslide wipes out traffic on a busy road.

13.30 The Universe: Mysteries of the Moon

The moon outshines every other celestial body in the night sky, but it is also the source of many unsolved mysteries and age-old myths.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: The Satan Conspiracy

This episode examines new interpretations of ancient texts, which indicate that Satan may have been an extraterrestrial being, rather than an immortal force of evil.

15.00 Mystery Pickers: Brass Ball

A strange brass ball has Leonard and Blue intrigued, while Dale tries to figure out if a rare microscope was owned by Thomas Jefferson. Other finds include a strange carving pulled from a river and a broken statue treasured by one man's father.

15.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Nazca

Giorgio Tsoukalos heads to Peru to investigate whether the strange symbols covering its desert floor are key to proving aliens once visited Earth.

16.30 History's Most Hated: Adolf Eichmann

An in-depth account of the life of the infamous Nazi who deported Europe's Jews to death camps. Includes the dramatic story of his daring capture by Israeli agents.

17.15 Patton 360: Blood and Guts

General George S. Patton and the US Army embark on the road to Germany by invading North Africa in 1942. After three days of fighting, a cease-fire is declared, and Patton triumphantly enters the port city of Casablanca.

18.00 Chasing Mummies: Sunken

Discovering the final resting place of Cleopatra is a lifelong passion for many an archaeologist. Now Zahi has permitted some to dive into the Mediterranean Sea and bring up a nine-ton pylon that is a confirmed part of her shrine.

18.45 Serial Killer Earth: Mudslide Massacre

In Southern California, raging wildfires set the stage for a massive mudslide killing 14 people at a campsite. A tornado targets an Oklahoma truck driver. Plus, an Indonesian volcano errupts, smothering nearby citizens with a blanket of ash.

19.30 The Universe: The Milky Way

A crucible of creation and destruction, with Earth on its edge, the Milky Way is just one galaxy among millions. Discover its complex tapestry of science.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: The Anunnaki Connection

Could the Anunnaki gods be more than legend? Is it possible that civilization made sudden, huge advances in development 5,000 years ago as a result of their presence on Earth?

21.00 River Hunters: Warwick

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

21.45 WW2 Treasure Hunters: D-Day Dress Rehearsal

Britain's foremost amateur WWII detectorist, Stephen Taylor, joins forces with Madness front man Suggs, as they uncover and analyse historical finds from across the UK.

22.30 Knight Fight: Knights of Braveheart

Six modern-day warriors battle through a Grand Melee using their own weapons. The four who advance must prepare for a two-on-two fight, assembling armour and weaponry from the Scottish Wars of Independence, made famous in the movie "Braveheart".

23.15 Patton 360: Blood and Guts

General George S. Patton and the US Army embark on the road to Germany by invading North Africa in 1942. After three days of fighting, a cease-fire is declared, and Patton triumphantly enters the port city of Casablanca.

00.00 Chasing Mummies: Sunken

Discovering the final resting place of Cleopatra is a lifelong passion for many an archaeologist. Now Zahi has permitted some to dive into the Mediterranean Sea and bring up a nine-ton pylon that is a confirmed part of her shrine.

00.45 Serial Killer Earth: Mudslide Massacre

In Southern California, raging wildfires set the stage for a massive mudslide killing 14 people at a campsite. A tornado targets an Oklahoma truck driver. Plus, an Indonesian volcano errupts, smothering nearby citizens with a blanket of ash.

01.30 The Universe: The Milky Way

A crucible of creation and destruction, with Earth on its edge, the Milky Way is just one galaxy among millions. Discover its complex tapestry of science.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: The Anunnaki Connection

Could the Anunnaki gods be more than legend? Is it possible that civilization made sudden, huge advances in development 5,000 years ago as a result of their presence on Earth?

03.00 River Hunters: Warwick

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

03.45 WW2 Treasure Hunters: D-Day Dress Rehearsal

Britain's foremost amateur WWII detectorist, Stephen Taylor, joins forces with Madness front man Suggs, as they uncover and analyse historical finds from across the UK.

04.30 Knight Fight: Knights of Braveheart

Six modern-day warriors battle through a Grand Melee using their own weapons. The four who advance must prepare for a two-on-two fight, assembling armour and weaponry from the Scottish Wars of Independence, made famous in the movie "Braveheart".

05.15 Patton 360: Blood and Guts

General George S. Patton and the US Army embark on the road to Germany by invading North Africa in 1942. After three days of fighting, a cease-fire is declared, and Patton triumphantly enters the port city of Casablanca.

Thursday

12 November 2020

06.00 Chasing Mummies: Sunken

Discovering the final resting place of Cleopatra is a lifelong passion for many an archaeologist. Now Zahi has permitted some to dive into the Mediterranean Sea and bring up a nine-ton pylon that is a confirmed part of her shrine.

06.45 Serial Killer Earth: Mudslide Massacre

In Southern California, raging wildfires set the stage for a massive mudslide killing 14 people at a campsite. A tornado targets an Oklahoma truck driver. Plus, an Indonesian volcano errupts, smothering nearby citizens with a blanket of ash.

07.30 The Universe: The Milky Way

A crucible of creation and destruction, with Earth on its edge, the Milky Way is just one galaxy among millions. Discover its complex tapestry of science.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: The Anunnaki Connection

Could the Anunnaki gods be more than legend? Is it possible that civilization made sudden, huge advances in development 5,000 years ago as a result of their presence on Earth?

09.00 River Hunters: Warwick

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

09.45 WW2 Treasure Hunters: D-Day Dress Rehearsal

Britain's foremost amateur WWII detectorist, Stephen Taylor, joins forces with Madness front man Suggs, as they uncover and analyse historical finds from across the UK.

10.30 History's Most Hated: Ceausescu

The life of Romania's Communist ruler, who went from loved and respected leader to despised tyrant, and whose execution in 1989 marked the end of a bloody regime.

11.15 Patton 360: Blood and Guts

General George S. Patton and the US Army embark on the road to Germany by invading North Africa in 1942. After three days of fighting, a cease-fire is declared, and Patton triumphantly enters the port city of Casablanca.

12.00 Chasing Mummies: Sunken

Discovering the final resting place of Cleopatra is a lifelong passion for many an archaeologist. Now Zahi has permitted some to dive into the Mediterranean Sea and bring up a nine-ton pylon that is a confirmed part of her shrine.

12.45 Serial Killer Earth: Mudslide Massacre

In Southern California, raging wildfires set the stage for a massive mudslide killing 14 people at a campsite. A tornado targets an Oklahoma truck driver. Plus, an Indonesian volcano errupts, smothering nearby citizens with a blanket of ash.

13.30 The Universe: The Milky Way

A crucible of creation and destruction, with Earth on its edge, the Milky Way is just one galaxy among millions. Discover its complex tapestry of science.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: The Anunnaki Connection

Could the Anunnaki gods be more than legend? Is it possible that civilization made sudden, huge advances in development 5,000 years ago as a result of their presence on Earth?

15.00 River Hunters: Warwick

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

15.45 WW2 Treasure Hunters: D-Day Dress Rehearsal

Britain's foremost amateur WWII detectorist, Stephen Taylor, joins forces with Madness front man Suggs, as they uncover and analyse historical finds from across the UK.

16.30 History's Most Hated: Ceausescu

The life of Romania's Communist ruler, who went from loved and respected leader to despised tyrant, and whose execution in 1989 marked the end of a bloody regime.

17.15 Patton 360: Rommel's Last Stand

Patton whips a humiliated US unit into shape after defeat at Kasserine Pass, leading them into the Battle of El Guettar and declaring victory in North Africa by 1943.

18.00 Chasing Mummies: Robbed

Zahi makes it clear to the world community that every important Egyptian artefact must be returned to Egypt, and so a missing piece of an offering table is headed back to Karnak Temple from New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.

18.45 Serial Killer Earth: Death by Dust Storm

Mother Nature continues to wreak havoc: Apocalyptic dust storms suffocate cities around the globe; a tornado chases a family, nearly crushing them; and a volcano errupts almost annihilating the population of the Pacific Northwest.

19.30 The Universe: Alien Moons

In the shadow of planets there are objects which, unlike our moon, border on the bizarre. Explore the moons of surrounding planets in the solar system.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: The Crystal Skulls

Are crystal skulls an elaborate hoax? Or do they possess a great, perhaps even otherworldly power? This episode examines arguably the most controversial of ancient artefacts.

21.00 PREMIERE Digging for the Truth: King Tut: Secrets Revealed

Recent X-ray's of King Tut's mummy show signs of a possible attack, but new evidence may point to another cause of death. In his quest for the truth, Josh climbs into the tomb and uses modern science to dig deeper into the rumours of Tut's murder.

21.45 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Predicting the Future

Many believe that the celestial movement of the Sun, planets and moon gives us the blueprint for life, and governs our future. But is there proof that this system of tracking astronomical phenomena can actually predict our future?

22.30 Knight Fight: Romans vs Barbarians

Six armoured-combat specialists must assemble the armour and adapt to the weaponry of the ancient Romans and Barbarians. Then, the competitors fight with one of the most imposing weapons of the Roman era, the Rhomphaia.

23.15 Patton 360: Rommel's Last Stand

Patton whips a humiliated US unit into shape after defeat at Kasserine Pass, leading them into the Battle of El Guettar and declaring victory in North Africa by 1943.

00.00 Chasing Mummies: Robbed

Zahi makes it clear to the world community that every important Egyptian artefact must be returned to Egypt, and so a missing piece of an offering table is headed back to Karnak Temple from New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.

00.45 Serial Killer Earth: Death by Dust Storm

Mother Nature continues to wreak havoc: Apocalyptic dust storms suffocate cities around the globe; a tornado chases a family, nearly crushing them; and a volcano errupts almost annihilating the population of the Pacific Northwest.

01.30 The Universe: Alien Moons

In the shadow of planets there are objects which, unlike our moon, border on the bizarre. Explore the moons of surrounding planets in the solar system.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: The Crystal Skulls

Are crystal skulls an elaborate hoax? Or do they possess a great, perhaps even otherworldly power? This episode examines arguably the most controversial of ancient artefacts.

03.00 Digging for the Truth: King Tut: Secrets Revealed

Recent X-ray's of King Tut's mummy show signs of a possible attack, but new evidence may point to another cause of death. In his quest for the truth, Josh climbs into the tomb and uses modern science to dig deeper into the rumours of Tut's murder.

03.45 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Predicting the Future

Many believe that the celestial movement of the Sun, planets and moon gives us the blueprint for life, and governs our future. But is there proof that this system of tracking astronomical phenomena can actually predict our future?

04.30 Knight Fight: Romans vs Barbarians

Six armoured-combat specialists must assemble the armour and adapt to the weaponry of the ancient Romans and Barbarians. Then, the competitors fight with one of the most imposing weapons of the Roman era, the Rhomphaia.

05.15 Patton 360: Rommel's Last Stand

Patton whips a humiliated US unit into shape after defeat at Kasserine Pass, leading them into the Battle of El Guettar and declaring victory in North Africa by 1943.

Friday

13 November 2020

06.00 Chasing Mummies: Robbed

Zahi makes it clear to the world community that every important Egyptian artefact must be returned to Egypt, and so a missing piece of an offering table is headed back to Karnak Temple from New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.

06.45 Serial Killer Earth: Death by Dust Storm

Mother Nature continues to wreak havoc: Apocalyptic dust storms suffocate cities around the globe; a tornado chases a family, nearly crushing them; and a volcano errupts almost annihilating the population of the Pacific Northwest.

07.30 The Universe: Alien Moons

In the shadow of planets there are objects which, unlike our moon, border on the bizarre. Explore the moons of surrounding planets in the solar system.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: The Crystal Skulls

Are crystal skulls an elaborate hoax? Or do they possess a great, perhaps even otherworldly power? This episode examines arguably the most controversial of ancient artefacts.

09.00 Digging for the Truth: King Tut: Secrets Revealed

Recent X-ray's of King Tut's mummy show signs of a possible attack, but new evidence may point to another cause of death. In his quest for the truth, Josh climbs into the tomb and uses modern science to dig deeper into the rumours of Tut's murder.

09.45 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Predicting the Future

Many believe that the celestial movement of the Sun, planets and moon gives us the blueprint for life, and governs our future. But is there proof that this system of tracking astronomical phenomena can actually predict our future?

10.30 History's Most Hated: Genghis Khan

A profile of the Mongolian warrior and ruler who created the largest empire in the world by uniting disparate tribes in Northeast Asia.

11.15 Patton 360: Rommel's Last Stand

Patton whips a humiliated US unit into shape after defeat at Kasserine Pass, leading them into the Battle of El Guettar and declaring victory in North Africa by 1943.

12.00 Chasing Mummies: Robbed

Zahi makes it clear to the world community that every important Egyptian artefact must be returned to Egypt, and so a missing piece of an offering table is headed back to Karnak Temple from New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.

12.45 Serial Killer Earth: Death by Dust Storm

Mother Nature continues to wreak havoc: Apocalyptic dust storms suffocate cities around the globe; a tornado chases a family, nearly crushing them; and a volcano errupts almost annihilating the population of the Pacific Northwest.

13.30 The Universe: Alien Moons

In the shadow of planets there are objects which, unlike our moon, border on the bizarre. Explore the moons of surrounding planets in the solar system.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: The Crystal Skulls

Are crystal skulls an elaborate hoax? Or do they possess a great, perhaps even otherworldly power? This episode examines arguably the most controversial of ancient artefacts.

15.00 Digging for the Truth: King Tut: Secrets Revealed

Recent X-ray's of King Tut's mummy show signs of a possible attack, but new evidence may point to another cause of death. In his quest for the truth, Josh climbs into the tomb and uses modern science to dig deeper into the rumours of Tut's murder.

15.45 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Predicting the Future

Many believe that the celestial movement of the Sun, planets and moon gives us the blueprint for life, and governs our future. But is there proof that this system of tracking astronomical phenomena can actually predict our future?

16.30 History's Most Hated: Genghis Khan

A profile of the Mongolian warrior and ruler who created the largest empire in the world by uniting disparate tribes in Northeast Asia.

17.15 Patton 360: Baptism of Blood

Patton is given command of the Seventh Army as the Allies prepare to invade Sicily. Known as Operation Husky, the combined amphibious and airborne assault is the largest invasion of the war to date.

18.00 Chasing Mummies: Meltdown

It's early morning in Saqqara and Zahi is getting ready to open two sealed tombs for the first time in thousands of years, but Zoe is late again and his patience is wearing thin.

18.45 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado on Fire

In this episode, a flaming tornado terrorises a team of firefighters; a Hawaiian volcano wipes an island paradise off the map; and an avalanche of rocks and debris obliterate a village in Honduras.

19.30 The Universe: Dark Matter, Dark Energy

Dark Matter and Dark Energy make up 96 per cent of the Universe. Discovered only ten years ago, scientists are struggling to comprehend its unusual characteristics and answer the ultimate question; what is the fate of our Universe?

20.15 Ancient Aliens: The Power Of Three

Reverence for the number three dates back thousands of years, and can still be found today in art, architecture, science, literature and religion. What is it about this number that continues to fascinate mankind?

21.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 2

Tiff and rally driver Mark Higgins set Olympic Skeleton Bob gold medallist Amy Williams and World Pentathlete champion Samantha Murray a track challenge. Vicki drives Aston Martin’s most powerful cars to find out which is quickest around a track.

21.45 Abandoned Engineering: Ghost Ships

Dive into the past to find out how the largest mass scuttling of ships in history was linked with medical research and the space programme. We ask why the US government spent millions on a fleet of war ships in WWI, then deliberately destroyed them.

22.30 Knight Fight: Normans vs Saxons

Experts take on armour and weaponry from the legendary battles of the Normans and the Saxons of the early 11th Century. The winning team will fight in a final Duel using the deadly Danish Bearded Axe. Who will win in this battle for the ages?

23.15 Patton 360: Baptism of Blood

Patton is given command of the Seventh Army as the Allies prepare to invade Sicily. Known as Operation Husky, the combined amphibious and airborne assault is the largest invasion of the war to date.

00.00 Chasing Mummies: Meltdown

It's early morning in Saqqara and Zahi is getting ready to open two sealed tombs for the first time in thousands of years, but Zoe is late again and his patience is wearing thin.

00.45 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado on Fire

In this episode, a flaming tornado terrorises a team of firefighters; a Hawaiian volcano wipes an island paradise off the map; and an avalanche of rocks and debris obliterate a village in Honduras.

01.30 The Universe: Dark Matter, Dark Energy

Dark Matter and Dark Energy make up 96 per cent of the Universe. Discovered only ten years ago, scientists are struggling to comprehend its unusual characteristics and answer the ultimate question; what is the fate of our Universe?

02.15 Ancient Aliens: The Power Of Three

Reverence for the number three dates back thousands of years, and can still be found today in art, architecture, science, literature and religion. What is it about this number that continues to fascinate mankind?

03.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 2

Tiff and rally driver Mark Higgins set Olympic Skeleton Bob gold medallist Amy Williams and World Pentathlete champion Samantha Murray a track challenge. Vicki drives Aston Martin’s most powerful cars to find out which is quickest around a track.

03.45 Abandoned Engineering: Ghost Ships

Dive into the past to find out how the largest mass scuttling of ships in history was linked with medical research and the space programme. We ask why the US government spent millions on a fleet of war ships in WWI, then deliberately destroyed them.

04.30 Knight Fight: Normans vs Saxons

Experts take on armour and weaponry from the legendary battles of the Normans and the Saxons of the early 11th Century. The winning team will fight in a final Duel using the deadly Danish Bearded Axe. Who will win in this battle for the ages?

05.15 Patton 360: Baptism of Blood

Patton is given command of the Seventh Army as the Allies prepare to invade Sicily. Known as Operation Husky, the combined amphibious and airborne assault is the largest invasion of the war to date.

Saturday

14 November 2020

06.00 Chasing Mummies: Meltdown

It's early morning in Saqqara and Zahi is getting ready to open two sealed tombs for the first time in thousands of years, but Zoe is late again and his patience is wearing thin.

06.45 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado on Fire

In this episode, a flaming tornado terrorises a team of firefighters; a Hawaiian volcano wipes an island paradise off the map; and an avalanche of rocks and debris obliterate a village in Honduras.

07.30 The Universe: Dark Matter, Dark Energy

Dark Matter and Dark Energy make up 96 per cent of the Universe. Discovered only ten years ago, scientists are struggling to comprehend its unusual characteristics and answer the ultimate question; what is the fate of our Universe?

08.15 Ancient Aliens: The Power Of Three

Reverence for the number three dates back thousands of years, and can still be found today in art, architecture, science, literature and religion. What is it about this number that continues to fascinate mankind?

09.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 2

Tiff and rally driver Mark Higgins set Olympic Skeleton Bob gold medallist Amy Williams and World Pentathlete champion Samantha Murray a track challenge. Vicki drives Aston Martin’s most powerful cars to find out which is quickest around a track.

09.45 Abandoned Engineering: Ghost Ships

Dive into the past to find out how the largest mass scuttling of ships in history was linked with medical research and the space programme. We ask why the US government spent millions on a fleet of war ships in WWI, then deliberately destroyed them.

10.30 History's Most Hated: Napoleon Bonaparte

Profiling the French military and political leader who rose to prominence during the French Revolution and led several successful military campaigns.

11.15 Patton 360: Baptism of Blood

Patton is given command of the Seventh Army as the Allies prepare to invade Sicily. Known as Operation Husky, the combined amphibious and airborne assault is the largest invasion of the war to date.

12.00 Chasing Mummies: Meltdown

It's early morning in Saqqara and Zahi is getting ready to open two sealed tombs for the first time in thousands of years, but Zoe is late again and his patience is wearing thin.

12.45 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado on Fire

In this episode, a flaming tornado terrorises a team of firefighters; a Hawaiian volcano wipes an island paradise off the map; and an avalanche of rocks and debris obliterate a village in Honduras.

13.30 The Universe: Dark Matter, Dark Energy

Dark Matter and Dark Energy make up 96 per cent of the Universe. Discovered only ten years ago, scientists are struggling to comprehend its unusual characteristics and answer the ultimate question; what is the fate of our Universe?

14.15 Ancient Aliens: The Power Of Three

Reverence for the number three dates back thousands of years, and can still be found today in art, architecture, science, literature and religion. What is it about this number that continues to fascinate mankind?

15.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 2

Tiff and rally driver Mark Higgins set Olympic Skeleton Bob gold medallist Amy Williams and World Pentathlete champion Samantha Murray a track challenge. Vicki drives Aston Martin’s most powerful cars to find out which is quickest around a track.

15.45 Abandoned Engineering: Ghost Ships

Dive into the past to find out how the largest mass scuttling of ships in history was linked with medical research and the space programme. We ask why the US government spent millions on a fleet of war ships in WWI, then deliberately destroyed them.

16.30 History's Most Hated: Napoleon Bonaparte

Profiling the French military and political leader who rose to prominence during the French Revolution and led several successful military campaigns.

17.15 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Aliens and the Lost Ark

Experts on the extraterrestrial investigate the possibility of the religious relic being an alien artefact.

18.00 Cities of the Underworld: London's Lost Cities

From Roman baths, secret crypts, lost rivers and even Winston Churchill's hidden war rooms, London's underground world has a plethora of stories to tell.

18.45 Cities of the Underworld: New York

What's at the heart of the Big Apple? Explore a tangle of engineering, history and secrets that make up a dark urban underworld labyrinth. It's the city that never sleeps!

19.30 WW2 Treasure Hunters: D-Day Dress Rehearsal

Britain's foremost amateur WWII detectorist, Stephen Taylor, joins forces with Madness front man Suggs, as they uncover and analyse historical finds from across the UK.

20.15 Auschwitz: Journey Into Hell: Episode 1

Survivors' testimony and harrowing photographic evidence explore the horrors of Auschwitz, the Nazis' largest and most notorious death camp.

21.00 Cryptid: The Swamp Beast: Walking Dead

Old superstitions are stirred up when the autopsy of a local man yields shocking results. Then, two boys go missing deep in the swamp.

21.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Roman Emperors

Explores the scandalous exploits of Roman Emperors. What drove Claudius' wife to poison him? Did Tiberius torture those who spurned his sexual advances? And what caused Emperors Galba, Otho and Vitellius to all come and go within twelve months?

22.30 Jurassic Fight Club: Raptor v T-Rex

A palaeontologist discovers the tail of a massive duckbilled dinosaur that appears to indicate an attack by both raptors and a Tyrannosaurus rex.

23.15 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Aliens and the Lost Ark

Experts on the extraterrestrial investigate the possibility of the religious relic being an alien artefact.

00.00 Cities of the Underworld: London's Lost Cities

From Roman baths, secret crypts, lost rivers and even Winston Churchill's hidden war rooms, London's underground world has a plethora of stories to tell.

00.45 Cities of the Underworld: New York

What's at the heart of the Big Apple? Explore a tangle of engineering, history and secrets that make up a dark urban underworld labyrinth. It's the city that never sleeps!

01.30 WW2 Treasure Hunters: D-Day Dress Rehearsal

Britain's foremost amateur WWII detectorist, Stephen Taylor, joins forces with Madness front man Suggs, as they uncover and analyse historical finds from across the UK.

02.15 Auschwitz: Journey Into Hell: Episode 1

Survivors' testimony and harrowing photographic evidence explore the horrors of Auschwitz, the Nazis' largest and most notorious death camp.

03.00 Cryptid: The Swamp Beast: Walking Dead

Old superstitions are stirred up when the autopsy of a local man yields shocking results. Then, two boys go missing deep in the swamp.

03.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Roman Emperors

Explores the scandalous exploits of Roman Emperors. What drove Claudius' wife to poison him? Did Tiberius torture those who spurned his sexual advances? And what caused Emperors Galba, Otho and Vitellius to all come and go within twelve months?

04.30 Jurassic Fight Club: Raptor v T-Rex

A palaeontologist discovers the tail of a massive duckbilled dinosaur that appears to indicate an attack by both raptors and a Tyrannosaurus rex.

05.15 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Aliens and the Lost Ark

Experts on the extraterrestrial investigate the possibility of the religious relic being an alien artefact.

Sunday

15 November 2020

06.00 Cities of the Underworld: London's Lost Cities

From Roman baths, secret crypts, lost rivers and even Winston Churchill's hidden war rooms, London's underground world has a plethora of stories to tell.

06.45 Cities of the Underworld: New York

What's at the heart of the Big Apple? Explore a tangle of engineering, history and secrets that make up a dark urban underworld labyrinth. It's the city that never sleeps!

07.30 WW2 Treasure Hunters: D-Day Dress Rehearsal

Britain's foremost amateur WWII detectorist, Stephen Taylor, joins forces with Madness front man Suggs, as they uncover and analyse historical finds from across the UK.

08.15 Auschwitz: Journey Into Hell: Episode 1

Survivors' testimony and harrowing photographic evidence explore the horrors of Auschwitz, the Nazis' largest and most notorious death camp.

09.00 Battles BC: Joshua: Epic Slaughter

Relive the first battle in the conquest of the Promised Land, where a defector in Jericho helped the Israelites infiltrate the city, destroying it from the inside.

09.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Roman Emperors

Explores the scandalous exploits of Roman Emperors. What drove Claudius' wife to poison him? Did Tiberius torture those who spurned his sexual advances? And what caused Emperors Galba, Otho and Vitellius to all come and go within twelve months?

10.30 Jurassic Fight Club: Raptor v T-Rex

A palaeontologist discovers the tail of a massive duckbilled dinosaur that appears to indicate an attack by both raptors and a Tyrannosaurus rex.

11.15 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Aliens and the Lost Ark

Experts on the extraterrestrial investigate the possibility of the religious relic being an alien artefact.

12.00 Cities of the Underworld: London's Lost Cities

From Roman baths, secret crypts, lost rivers and even Winston Churchill's hidden war rooms, London's underground world has a plethora of stories to tell.

12.45 Cities of the Underworld: New York

What's at the heart of the Big Apple? Explore a tangle of engineering, history and secrets that make up a dark urban underworld labyrinth. It's the city that never sleeps!

13.30 WW2 Treasure Hunters: D-Day Dress Rehearsal

Britain's foremost amateur WWII detectorist, Stephen Taylor, joins forces with Madness front man Suggs, as they uncover and analyse historical finds from across the UK.

14.15 Auschwitz: Journey Into Hell: Episode 1

Survivors' testimony and harrowing photographic evidence explore the horrors of Auschwitz, the Nazis' largest and most notorious death camp.

15.00 Battles BC: Joshua: Epic Slaughter

Relive the first battle in the conquest of the Promised Land, where a defector in Jericho helped the Israelites infiltrate the city, destroying it from the inside.

15.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Roman Emperors

Explores the scandalous exploits of Roman Emperors. What drove Claudius' wife to poison him? Did Tiberius torture those who spurned his sexual advances? And what caused Emperors Galba, Otho and Vitellius to all come and go within twelve months?

16.30 Jurassic Fight Club: Raptor v T-Rex

A palaeontologist discovers the tail of a massive duckbilled dinosaur that appears to indicate an attack by both raptors and a Tyrannosaurus rex.

17.15 Serial Killer Earth: When Lakes Attack

Serial Killer Earth brings together a top team of experts to examine the most compelling footage, as well as eyewitness testimonies in order to explain and inform viewers of what actually happened during these disasters.

18.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 2

Tiff and rally driver Mark Higgins set Olympic Skeleton Bob gold medallist Amy Williams and World Pentathlete champion Samantha Murray a track challenge. Vicki drives Aston Martin’s most powerful cars to find out which is quickest around a track.

18.45 How the Earth Was Made: Tsunami

What are the enormous forces that generate catastrophic waves deep on the ocean floor? The 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami is estimated to have released the energy of 23,000 atomic bombs.

19.30 Abandoned Engineering: Roads to Nowhere

We explore some of the world’s strangest abandoned roads and transport links, and ask, why did survival in WWI come to depend on a narrow track cut into a sheer cliff face?

20.15 Deep Sea Salvage: Final Battle

A tropical storm washes a huge supply ship far onto the mainland, requiring a team of heavy lifters, a bulldozer and a large pulley system to get it back to water.

21.00 River Hunters: Warwick

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

21.45 Digging for the Truth: King Tut: Secrets Revealed

Recent X-ray's of King Tut's mummy show signs of a possible attack, but new evidence may point to another cause of death. In his quest for the truth, Josh climbs into the tomb and uses modern science to dig deeper into the rumours of Tut's murder.

22.30 Mystery Pickers: Kiss My Axe

Blue and Mike examine what looks like an ancient axe. Dale inspects an artefact found in a storage locker which may be tied to a brutal practice used on slaves.

23.15 Serial Killer Earth: When Lakes Attack

Serial Killer Earth brings together a top team of experts to examine the most compelling footage, as well as eyewitness testimonies in order to explain and inform viewers of what actually happened during these disasters.

00.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 2

Tiff and rally driver Mark Higgins set Olympic Skeleton Bob gold medallist Amy Williams and World Pentathlete champion Samantha Murray a track challenge. Vicki drives Aston Martin’s most powerful cars to find out which is quickest around a track.

00.45 How the Earth Was Made: Tsunami

What are the enormous forces that generate catastrophic waves deep on the ocean floor? The 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami is estimated to have released the energy of 23,000 atomic bombs.

01.30 Abandoned Engineering: Roads to Nowhere

We explore some of the world’s strangest abandoned roads and transport links, and ask, why did survival in WWI come to depend on a narrow track cut into a sheer cliff face?

02.15 Deep Sea Salvage: Final Battle

A tropical storm washes a huge supply ship far onto the mainland, requiring a team of heavy lifters, a bulldozer and a large pulley system to get it back to water.

03.00 River Hunters: Warwick

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

03.45 Digging for the Truth: King Tut: Secrets Revealed

Recent X-ray's of King Tut's mummy show signs of a possible attack, but new evidence may point to another cause of death. In his quest for the truth, Josh climbs into the tomb and uses modern science to dig deeper into the rumours of Tut's murder.

04.30 Mystery Pickers: Kiss My Axe

Blue and Mike examine what looks like an ancient axe. Dale inspects an artefact found in a storage locker which may be tied to a brutal practice used on slaves.

05.15 Serial Killer Earth: When Lakes Attack

Serial Killer Earth brings together a top team of experts to examine the most compelling footage, as well as eyewitness testimonies in order to explain and inform viewers of what actually happened during these disasters.

Monday

16 November 2020

06.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 2

Tiff and rally driver Mark Higgins set Olympic Skeleton Bob gold medallist Amy Williams and World Pentathlete champion Samantha Murray a track challenge. Vicki drives Aston Martin’s most powerful cars to find out which is quickest around a track.

06.45 How the Earth Was Made: Tsunami

What are the enormous forces that generate catastrophic waves deep on the ocean floor? The 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami is estimated to have released the energy of 23,000 atomic bombs.

07.30 Abandoned Engineering: Roads to Nowhere

We explore some of the world’s strangest abandoned roads and transport links, and ask, why did survival in WWI come to depend on a narrow track cut into a sheer cliff face?

08.15 Deep Sea Salvage: Final Battle

A tropical storm washes a huge supply ship far onto the mainland, requiring a team of heavy lifters, a bulldozer and a large pulley system to get it back to water.

09.00 River Hunters: Warwick

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

09.45 Digging for the Truth: King Tut: Secrets Revealed

Recent X-ray's of King Tut's mummy show signs of a possible attack, but new evidence may point to another cause of death. In his quest for the truth, Josh climbs into the tomb and uses modern science to dig deeper into the rumours of Tut's murder.

10.30 Mystery Pickers: Kiss My Axe

Blue and Mike examine what looks like an ancient axe. Dale inspects an artefact found in a storage locker which may be tied to a brutal practice used on slaves.

11.15 Serial Killer Earth: When Lakes Attack

Serial Killer Earth brings together a top team of experts to examine the most compelling footage, as well as eyewitness testimonies in order to explain and inform viewers of what actually happened during these disasters.

12.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 2

Tiff and rally driver Mark Higgins set Olympic Skeleton Bob gold medallist Amy Williams and World Pentathlete champion Samantha Murray a track challenge. Vicki drives Aston Martin’s most powerful cars to find out which is quickest around a track.

12.45 How the Earth Was Made: Tsunami

What are the enormous forces that generate catastrophic waves deep on the ocean floor? The 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami is estimated to have released the energy of 23,000 atomic bombs.

13.30 Abandoned Engineering: Roads to Nowhere

We explore some of the world’s strangest abandoned roads and transport links, and ask, why did survival in WWI come to depend on a narrow track cut into a sheer cliff face?

14.15 Deep Sea Salvage: Final Battle

A tropical storm washes a huge supply ship far onto the mainland, requiring a team of heavy lifters, a bulldozer and a large pulley system to get it back to water.

15.00 River Hunters: Warwick

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

15.45 Digging for the Truth: King Tut: Secrets Revealed

Recent X-ray's of King Tut's mummy show signs of a possible attack, but new evidence may point to another cause of death. In his quest for the truth, Josh climbs into the tomb and uses modern science to dig deeper into the rumours of Tut's murder.

16.30 Mystery Pickers: Kiss My Axe

Blue and Mike examine what looks like an ancient axe. Dale inspects an artefact found in a storage locker which may be tied to a brutal practice used on slaves.

17.15 Patton 360: Rogue General

Patton ignores orders and pushes into the Sicilian capital without his British allies. Then he slaps two of his soldiers, risking his chance of ever commanding troops again.

18.00 Chasing Mummies: Bats

Zahi is determined to disprove the theories of the so-called 'pyramidiots', who believe that there are secret underground chambers leading to the Sphinx. Little did anyone know that these caves were home to thousands of bats!

18.45 Battles BC: Hannibal: The Annihilator

Hannibal's merciless attacks on Roman soil deal a near fatal blow to the future Empire. Sworn to a blood oath, Hannibal of Carthage does the unthinkable, marching 40 war elephants and an army over the Alps to gain the element of surprise.

19.30 The Universe: Astrobiology

How did life evolve on Earth? What will life look like on other planets? These and other questions will be answered by a diverse group of scientists. Watch as experiments are done to see if life exists on earth-like planets beyond our solar system.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Magic Of The Gods

Throughout the ancient world, magic was used for everything from healing to communicating with the gods. But did magic really exist in the ancient times as a means of replicating the power of the gods?

21.00 Jurassic Fight Club: River of Death

A herd of plant-eating Pachyrhinosaurus are attacked by a pair of deadly Albertosaurus. With their backs against a flooding river, the herd attempts to stand its ground.

21.45 Fifth Gear: Episode 5

Fifth Gear reunites two of the greatest names in Formula 1 history – Prost and Senna. Ayrton’s nephew Bruno and Alain’s son Nico battle on the track. With Tiff and Karun, they set out to discover which of a current crop of hot hatches is best.

22.30 Knight Fight: Knights Templar

Six experts must assemble the armour and adapt to the weapons used by 12th Century Knights Templar during the Crusades. The winning duo will go head-to-head in a final Duel, wielding the formidable Two-Handed Falchion.

23.15 Patton 360: Rogue General

Patton ignores orders and pushes into the Sicilian capital without his British allies. Then he slaps two of his soldiers, risking his chance of ever commanding troops again.

00.00 Chasing Mummies: Bats

Zahi is determined to disprove the theories of the so-called 'pyramidiots', who believe that there are secret underground chambers leading to the Sphinx. Little did anyone know that these caves were home to thousands of bats!

00.45 Battles BC: Hannibal: The Annihilator

Hannibal's merciless attacks on Roman soil deal a near fatal blow to the future Empire. Sworn to a blood oath, Hannibal of Carthage does the unthinkable, marching 40 war elephants and an army over the Alps to gain the element of surprise.

01.30 The Universe: Astrobiology

How did life evolve on Earth? What will life look like on other planets? These and other questions will be answered by a diverse group of scientists. Watch as experiments are done to see if life exists on earth-like planets beyond our solar system.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Magic Of The Gods

Throughout the ancient world, magic was used for everything from healing to communicating with the gods. But did magic really exist in the ancient times as a means of replicating the power of the gods?

03.00 Jurassic Fight Club: River of Death

A herd of plant-eating Pachyrhinosaurus are attacked by a pair of deadly Albertosaurus. With their backs against a flooding river, the herd attempts to stand its ground.

03.45 Fifth Gear: Episode 5

Fifth Gear reunites two of the greatest names in Formula 1 history – Prost and Senna. Ayrton’s nephew Bruno and Alain’s son Nico battle on the track. With Tiff and Karun, they set out to discover which of a current crop of hot hatches is best.

04.30 Knight Fight: Knights Templar

Six experts must assemble the armour and adapt to the weapons used by 12th Century Knights Templar during the Crusades. The winning duo will go head-to-head in a final Duel, wielding the formidable Two-Handed Falchion.

05.15 Patton 360: Rogue General

Patton ignores orders and pushes into the Sicilian capital without his British allies. Then he slaps two of his soldiers, risking his chance of ever commanding troops again.

Tuesday

17 November 2020

06.00 Chasing Mummies: Bats

Zahi is determined to disprove the theories of the so-called 'pyramidiots', who believe that there are secret underground chambers leading to the Sphinx. Little did anyone know that these caves were home to thousands of bats!

06.45 Battles BC: Hannibal: The Annihilator

Hannibal's merciless attacks on Roman soil deal a near fatal blow to the future Empire. Sworn to a blood oath, Hannibal of Carthage does the unthinkable, marching 40 war elephants and an army over the Alps to gain the element of surprise.

07.30 The Universe: Astrobiology

How did life evolve on Earth? What will life look like on other planets? These and other questions will be answered by a diverse group of scientists. Watch as experiments are done to see if life exists on earth-like planets beyond our solar system.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Magic Of The Gods

Throughout the ancient world, magic was used for everything from healing to communicating with the gods. But did magic really exist in the ancient times as a means of replicating the power of the gods?

09.00 Jurassic Fight Club: River of Death

A herd of plant-eating Pachyrhinosaurus are attacked by a pair of deadly Albertosaurus. With their backs against a flooding river, the herd attempts to stand its ground.

09.45 Fifth Gear: Episode 5

Fifth Gear reunites two of the greatest names in Formula 1 history – Prost and Senna. Ayrton’s nephew Bruno and Alain’s son Nico battle on the track. With Tiff and Karun, they set out to discover which of a current crop of hot hatches is best.

10.30 History's Most Hated: Peter the Great

A study of the towering 18th century Tsar who modernised Russia, but often resorted to astounding cruelty to do it.

11.15 Patton 360: Rogue General

Patton ignores orders and pushes into the Sicilian capital without his British allies. Then he slaps two of his soldiers, risking his chance of ever commanding troops again.

12.00 Chasing Mummies: Bats

Zahi is determined to disprove the theories of the so-called 'pyramidiots', who believe that there are secret underground chambers leading to the Sphinx. Little did anyone know that these caves were home to thousands of bats!

12.45 Battles BC: Hannibal: The Annihilator

Hannibal's merciless attacks on Roman soil deal a near fatal blow to the future Empire. Sworn to a blood oath, Hannibal of Carthage does the unthinkable, marching 40 war elephants and an army over the Alps to gain the element of surprise.

13.30 The Universe: Astrobiology

How did life evolve on Earth? What will life look like on other planets? These and other questions will be answered by a diverse group of scientists. Watch as experiments are done to see if life exists on earth-like planets beyond our solar system.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Magic Of The Gods

Throughout the ancient world, magic was used for everything from healing to communicating with the gods. But did magic really exist in the ancient times as a means of replicating the power of the gods?

15.00 Jurassic Fight Club: River of Death

A herd of plant-eating Pachyrhinosaurus are attacked by a pair of deadly Albertosaurus. With their backs against a flooding river, the herd attempts to stand its ground.

15.45 Fifth Gear: Episode 5

Fifth Gear reunites two of the greatest names in Formula 1 history – Prost and Senna. Ayrton’s nephew Bruno and Alain’s son Nico battle on the track. With Tiff and Karun, they set out to discover which of a current crop of hot hatches is best.

16.30 History's Most Hated: Peter the Great

A study of the towering 18th century Tsar who modernised Russia, but often resorted to astounding cruelty to do it.

17.15 Patton 360: American Blitzkrieg

Marred by recent misconduct, Patton is assigned to a fictitious army as part of a ruse to fool the Germans. He then leads one of his famously fast armoured attacks.

18.00 Chasing Mummies: Cursed

Zahi wants to see if the long-forgotten Falcon Galleries can be restored as a new tourist destination. Inside, not only are there thousands of mummified birds, but deadly snakes and scorpions, too!

18.45 Battles BC: David: Giant Slayer

With a single slingshot to the head, young David defeated the giant Goliath. But behind this famous tale lies a world of treachery, intrigue and political ambition.

19.30 The Universe: Supernovas

Jets of high-energy light are propelled into space and can emit intense radiation for years. Astronomers believe this creates the building blocks of planets, people and plants. The Supernova hunters look at recorded supernovas throughout time.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Forbidden Islands

Legends of lost and mysterious islands, advanced civilisations and Eden-like paradises have been told by sailors throughout human history. Is it possible these stories are more than just the myths of imaginative seafarers?

21.00 PREMIERE Mystery Pickers: The Importance Of Being Urn-Est

Lily and Dale investigate gold-coloured urn's ties to an ancient blood ritual. Other finds include a mysterious statue, a carving found deep beneath a Dallas skyscraper, and a coin that turns out not to be a coin at all.

21.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Alien Code

All around the world are examples of physical evidence suggesting humans are not alone in the universe, but has this evidence been left behind for a purpose? Is it a series of clues we are meant to decipher? Giorgio A Tsoukalos investigates.

22.30 Knight Fight: Knights of the Round Table

Six modern-day warriors assemble the armour and adapt to the legendary weaponry of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. The last two fighters will face off in a final Duel, and must utilise the fierce two-handed, double-bladed Battle Axe.

23.15 Patton 360: American Blitzkrieg

Marred by recent misconduct, Patton is assigned to a fictitious army as part of a ruse to fool the Germans. He then leads one of his famously fast armoured attacks.

00.00 Chasing Mummies: Cursed

Zahi wants to see if the long-forgotten Falcon Galleries can be restored as a new tourist destination. Inside, not only are there thousands of mummified birds, but deadly snakes and scorpions, too!

00.45 Battles BC: David: Giant Slayer

With a single slingshot to the head, young David defeated the giant Goliath. But behind this famous tale lies a world of treachery, intrigue and political ambition.

01.30 The Universe: Supernovas

Jets of high-energy light are propelled into space and can emit intense radiation for years. Astronomers believe this creates the building blocks of planets, people and plants. The Supernova hunters look at recorded supernovas throughout time.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Forbidden Islands

Legends of lost and mysterious islands, advanced civilisations and Eden-like paradises have been told by sailors throughout human history. Is it possible these stories are more than just the myths of imaginative seafarers?

03.00 Mystery Pickers: The Importance Of Being Urn-Est

Lily and Dale investigate gold-coloured urn's ties to an ancient blood ritual. Other finds include a mysterious statue, a carving found deep beneath a Dallas skyscraper, and a coin that turns out not to be a coin at all.

03.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Alien Code

All around the world are examples of physical evidence suggesting humans are not alone in the universe, but has this evidence been left behind for a purpose? Is it a series of clues we are meant to decipher? Giorgio A Tsoukalos investigates.

04.30 Knight Fight: Knights of the Round Table

Six modern-day warriors assemble the armour and adapt to the legendary weaponry of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. The last two fighters will face off in a final Duel, and must utilise the fierce two-handed, double-bladed Battle Axe.

05.15 Patton 360: American Blitzkrieg

Marred by recent misconduct, Patton is assigned to a fictitious army as part of a ruse to fool the Germans. He then leads one of his famously fast armoured attacks.

Wednesday

18 November 2020

06.00 Chasing Mummies: Cursed

Zahi wants to see if the long-forgotten Falcon Galleries can be restored as a new tourist destination. Inside, not only are there thousands of mummified birds, but deadly snakes and scorpions, too!

06.45 Battles BC: David: Giant Slayer

With a single slingshot to the head, young David defeated the giant Goliath. But behind this famous tale lies a world of treachery, intrigue and political ambition.

07.30 The Universe: Supernovas

Jets of high-energy light are propelled into space and can emit intense radiation for years. Astronomers believe this creates the building blocks of planets, people and plants. The Supernova hunters look at recorded supernovas throughout time.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Forbidden Islands

Legends of lost and mysterious islands, advanced civilisations and Eden-like paradises have been told by sailors throughout human history. Is it possible these stories are more than just the myths of imaginative seafarers?

09.00 Mystery Pickers: The Importance Of Being Urn-Est

Lily and Dale investigate gold-coloured urn's ties to an ancient blood ritual. Other finds include a mysterious statue, a carving found deep beneath a Dallas skyscraper, and a coin that turns out not to be a coin at all.

09.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Alien Code

All around the world are examples of physical evidence suggesting humans are not alone in the universe, but has this evidence been left behind for a purpose? Is it a series of clues we are meant to decipher? Giorgio A Tsoukalos investigates.

10.30 History's Most Hated: Pol Pot

Profile of the Communist dictator believed to be responsible for the murder of two million Cambodians in the mid-1970s.

11.15 Patton 360: American Blitzkrieg

Marred by recent misconduct, Patton is assigned to a fictitious army as part of a ruse to fool the Germans. He then leads one of his famously fast armoured attacks.

12.00 Chasing Mummies: Cursed

Zahi wants to see if the long-forgotten Falcon Galleries can be restored as a new tourist destination. Inside, not only are there thousands of mummified birds, but deadly snakes and scorpions, too!

12.45 Battles BC: David: Giant Slayer

With a single slingshot to the head, young David defeated the giant Goliath. But behind this famous tale lies a world of treachery, intrigue and political ambition.

13.30 The Universe: Supernovas

Jets of high-energy light are propelled into space and can emit intense radiation for years. Astronomers believe this creates the building blocks of planets, people and plants. The Supernova hunters look at recorded supernovas throughout time.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Forbidden Islands

Legends of lost and mysterious islands, advanced civilisations and Eden-like paradises have been told by sailors throughout human history. Is it possible these stories are more than just the myths of imaginative seafarers?

15.00 Mystery Pickers: The Importance Of Being Urn-Est

Lily and Dale investigate gold-coloured urn's ties to an ancient blood ritual. Other finds include a mysterious statue, a carving found deep beneath a Dallas skyscraper, and a coin that turns out not to be a coin at all.

15.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Alien Code

All around the world are examples of physical evidence suggesting humans are not alone in the universe, but has this evidence been left behind for a purpose? Is it a series of clues we are meant to decipher? Giorgio A Tsoukalos investigates.

16.30 History's Most Hated: Pol Pot

Profile of the Communist dictator believed to be responsible for the murder of two million Cambodians in the mid-1970s.

17.15 Patton 360: Leading the Charge

Denied a complete victory at the battle of Falaise Gap, Patton heads on to liberate Paris. But his glory is stolen again when the Free French Army enter the city first.

18.00 Chasing Mummies: Buried

Deep in the Egyptian sand, Zahi make the extraordinary discovery of five intact burials and, just as he thinks things couldn't get any better, he unearths a brutally murdered mummy.

18.45 Battles BC: Caesar: Super Siege

Relive the epic battle which saw Caesar's Roman forces use audacious tactics to overcome a Gallic army that outnumbered them five to one.

19.30 The Universe: Space Travel

Is space warp-drive technology possible? Discover the array of spacecraft being designed which could see man travel through the 'final frontier'.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and the Lost Ark

The biblical stories surrounding the Ark speak of a device with divine powers. Are these stories mere myth or did the Ark of the Covenant possess extraordinary powers?

21.00 River Hunters: Civil War

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

21.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Roman Emperors

Explores the scandalous exploits of Roman Emperors. What drove Claudius' wife to poison him? Did Tiberius torture those who spurned his sexual advances? And what caused Emperors Galba, Otho and Vitellius to all come and go within twelve months?

22.30 Knight Fight: Hundred Years War

Six of the largest warriors yet must adapt to the armour of the Hundred Years' War, and gain proficiency in 14th Century Weapons. The winning team will then go head-to-head in a final Duel, armed with the most dangerous weapon yet - the Flail.

23.15 Patton 360: Leading the Charge

Denied a complete victory at the battle of Falaise Gap, Patton heads on to liberate Paris. But his glory is stolen again when the Free French Army enter the city first.

00.00 Chasing Mummies: Buried

Deep in the Egyptian sand, Zahi make the extraordinary discovery of five intact burials and, just as he thinks things couldn't get any better, he unearths a brutally murdered mummy.

00.45 Battles BC: Caesar: Super Siege

Relive the epic battle which saw Caesar's Roman forces use audacious tactics to overcome a Gallic army that outnumbered them five to one.

01.30 The Universe: Space Travel

Is space warp-drive technology possible? Discover the array of spacecraft being designed which could see man travel through the 'final frontier'.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and the Lost Ark

The biblical stories surrounding the Ark speak of a device with divine powers. Are these stories mere myth or did the Ark of the Covenant possess extraordinary powers?

03.00 River Hunters: Civil War

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

03.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Roman Emperors

Explores the scandalous exploits of Roman Emperors. What drove Claudius' wife to poison him? Did Tiberius torture those who spurned his sexual advances? And what caused Emperors Galba, Otho and Vitellius to all come and go within twelve months?

04.30 Knight Fight: Hundred Years War

Six of the largest warriors yet must adapt to the armour of the Hundred Years' War, and gain proficiency in 14th Century Weapons. The winning team will then go head-to-head in a final Duel, armed with the most dangerous weapon yet - the Flail.

05.15 Patton 360: Leading the Charge

Denied a complete victory at the battle of Falaise Gap, Patton heads on to liberate Paris. But his glory is stolen again when the Free French Army enter the city first.

Thursday

19 November 2020

06.00 Chasing Mummies: Buried

Deep in the Egyptian sand, Zahi make the extraordinary discovery of five intact burials and, just as he thinks things couldn't get any better, he unearths a brutally murdered mummy.

06.45 Battles BC: Caesar: Super Siege

Relive the epic battle which saw Caesar's Roman forces use audacious tactics to overcome a Gallic army that outnumbered them five to one.

07.30 The Universe: Space Travel

Is space warp-drive technology possible? Discover the array of spacecraft being designed which could see man travel through the 'final frontier'.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and the Lost Ark

The biblical stories surrounding the Ark speak of a device with divine powers. Are these stories mere myth or did the Ark of the Covenant possess extraordinary powers?

09.00 River Hunters: Civil War

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

09.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Roman Emperors

Explores the scandalous exploits of Roman Emperors. What drove Claudius' wife to poison him? Did Tiberius torture those who spurned his sexual advances? And what caused Emperors Galba, Otho and Vitellius to all come and go within twelve months?

10.30 History's Most Hated: Ivan the Terrible

The life of the bloodthirsty first Tsar of Russia. Ivan killed his own son and was rumoured to have had several of his wives murdered.

11.15 Patton 360: Leading the Charge

Denied a complete victory at the battle of Falaise Gap, Patton heads on to liberate Paris. But his glory is stolen again when the Free French Army enter the city first.

12.00 Chasing Mummies: Buried

Deep in the Egyptian sand, Zahi make the extraordinary discovery of five intact burials and, just as he thinks things couldn't get any better, he unearths a brutally murdered mummy.

12.45 Battles BC: Caesar: Super Siege

Relive the epic battle which saw Caesar's Roman forces use audacious tactics to overcome a Gallic army that outnumbered them five to one.

13.30 The Universe: Space Travel

Is space warp-drive technology possible? Discover the array of spacecraft being designed which could see man travel through the 'final frontier'.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and the Lost Ark

The biblical stories surrounding the Ark speak of a device with divine powers. Are these stories mere myth or did the Ark of the Covenant possess extraordinary powers?

15.00 River Hunters: Civil War

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

15.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Roman Emperors

Explores the scandalous exploits of Roman Emperors. What drove Claudius' wife to poison him? Did Tiberius torture those who spurned his sexual advances? And what caused Emperors Galba, Otho and Vitellius to all come and go within twelve months?

16.30 History's Most Hated: Ivan the Terrible

The life of the bloodthirsty first Tsar of Russia. Ivan killed his own son and was rumoured to have had several of his wives murdered.

17.15 Patton 360: On Hitler's Doorstep

Patton's blitzkrieg is so successful that his army outruns its own supply lines, but as they capture the key city of Nancy, Hitler launches a major counterattack.

18.00 Dogfights: MiG Alley

During the Korean War, the US Air force flew F-86 Sabres against Russian MiG-15 fighters through Korea's most dangerous stretch of Sky, MiG Alley

18.45 Battles BC: Joshua: Epic Slaughter

Relive the first battle in the conquest of the Promised Land, where a defector in Jericho helped the Israelites infiltrate the city, destroying it from the inside.

19.30 The Universe: Constellations

A useful tool for astronomers, a constellation is a group of stars that are connected together to form a figure. Discover their history and how they originated.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Mysterious Mountains

Across ancient civilisations, the world's mountains were viewed as the sacred home to all-powerful gods. Why would so many different cultures share this belief that mountains had a connection to otherworldly beings?

21.00 PREMIERE Digging for the Truth: New Maya Revelations

For nearly a century archaeologists place the height of the Maya civilisation at the First Millennium AD. But revolutionary discoveries are now challenging those views. Josh tracks the origins of the Maya throughout the Central American rainforest.

21.45 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Roman Engineering

Do Rome's ancient monuments have secret connections to the Sun? We uncover the last great mysteries of the ancient world's greatest empire. The answers are hidden in ancient ruins… and among the stars.

22.30 Knight Fight: Tournament Championship

Seven champions face the toughest fight of their lives in the epic culmination of this armoured combat tournament. Only one will emerge victorious and walk away with the Knight Fight Tournament Champion's Golden Helm and $20,000.

23.15 Patton 360: On Hitler's Doorstep

Patton's blitzkrieg is so successful that his army outruns its own supply lines, but as they capture the key city of Nancy, Hitler launches a major counterattack.

00.00 Dogfights: MiG Alley

During the Korean War, the US Air force flew F-86 Sabres against Russian MiG-15 fighters through Korea's most dangerous stretch of Sky, MiG Alley

00.45 Battles BC: Joshua: Epic Slaughter

Relive the first battle in the conquest of the Promised Land, where a defector in Jericho helped the Israelites infiltrate the city, destroying it from the inside.

01.30 The Universe: Constellations

A useful tool for astronomers, a constellation is a group of stars that are connected together to form a figure. Discover their history and how they originated.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Mysterious Mountains

Across ancient civilisations, the world's mountains were viewed as the sacred home to all-powerful gods. Why would so many different cultures share this belief that mountains had a connection to otherworldly beings?

03.00 Digging for the Truth: New Maya Revelations

For nearly a century archaeologists place the height of the Maya civilisation at the First Millennium AD. But revolutionary discoveries are now challenging those views. Josh tracks the origins of the Maya throughout the Central American rainforest.

03.45 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Roman Engineering

Do Rome's ancient monuments have secret connections to the Sun? We uncover the last great mysteries of the ancient world's greatest empire. The answers are hidden in ancient ruins… and among the stars.

04.30 Knight Fight: Tournament Championship

Seven champions face the toughest fight of their lives in the epic culmination of this armoured combat tournament. Only one will emerge victorious and walk away with the Knight Fight Tournament Champion's Golden Helm and $20,000.

05.15 Patton 360: On Hitler's Doorstep

Patton's blitzkrieg is so successful that his army outruns its own supply lines, but as they capture the key city of Nancy, Hitler launches a major counterattack.

Friday

20 November 2020

06.00 Dogfights: MiG Alley

During the Korean War, the US Air force flew F-86 Sabres against Russian MiG-15 fighters through Korea's most dangerous stretch of Sky, MiG Alley

06.45 Battles BC: Joshua: Epic Slaughter

Relive the first battle in the conquest of the Promised Land, where a defector in Jericho helped the Israelites infiltrate the city, destroying it from the inside.

07.30 The Universe: Constellations

A useful tool for astronomers, a constellation is a group of stars that are connected together to form a figure. Discover their history and how they originated.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Mysterious Mountains

Across ancient civilisations, the world's mountains were viewed as the sacred home to all-powerful gods. Why would so many different cultures share this belief that mountains had a connection to otherworldly beings?

09.00 Digging for the Truth: New Maya Revelations

For nearly a century archaeologists place the height of the Maya civilisation at the First Millennium AD. But revolutionary discoveries are now challenging those views. Josh tracks the origins of the Maya throughout the Central American rainforest.

09.45 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Roman Engineering

Do Rome's ancient monuments have secret connections to the Sun? We uncover the last great mysteries of the ancient world's greatest empire. The answers are hidden in ancient ruins… and among the stars.

10.30 Ancient Aliens: Treasures of the Gods

Is it possible that the world's greatest ancient relics are hidden on purpose - and protected by an extraterrestrial source?

11.15 Patton 360: On Hitler's Doorstep

Patton's blitzkrieg is so successful that his army outruns its own supply lines, but as they capture the key city of Nancy, Hitler launches a major counterattack.

12.00 Dogfights: MiG Alley

During the Korean War, the US Air force flew F-86 Sabres against Russian MiG-15 fighters through Korea's most dangerous stretch of Sky, MiG Alley

12.45 Battles BC: Joshua: Epic Slaughter

Relive the first battle in the conquest of the Promised Land, where a defector in Jericho helped the Israelites infiltrate the city, destroying it from the inside.

13.30 The Universe: Constellations

A useful tool for astronomers, a constellation is a group of stars that are connected together to form a figure. Discover their history and how they originated.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Mysterious Mountains

Across ancient civilisations, the world's mountains were viewed as the sacred home to all-powerful gods. Why would so many different cultures share this belief that mountains had a connection to otherworldly beings?

15.00 Digging for the Truth: New Maya Revelations

For nearly a century archaeologists place the height of the Maya civilisation at the First Millennium AD. But revolutionary discoveries are now challenging those views. Josh tracks the origins of the Maya throughout the Central American rainforest.

15.45 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Roman Engineering

Do Rome's ancient monuments have secret connections to the Sun? We uncover the last great mysteries of the ancient world's greatest empire. The answers are hidden in ancient ruins… and among the stars.

16.30 Ancient Aliens: Treasures of the Gods

Is it possible that the world's greatest ancient relics are hidden on purpose - and protected by an extraterrestrial source?

17.15 Patton 360: Siege Warfare

Patton's men attack the heavily fortified city of Metz during a siege that lasts for weeks. Ammunition ran so low, his army resorted to using captured German shells.

18.00 Dogfights: Air Ambush

Legendary fighter pilot Colonel Robin Olds set a deadly trap for the North Vietnamese by disguising lethal F-4 Phantoms as vulnerable bombers. The results were devastating.

18.45 Battles BC: Moses: Death Chase

In a manoeuvre of strategic brilliance, Moses leads his people out of Egypt and lures the Egyptian army to a watery grave.

19.30 The Universe: Colonising Space

Examine the efforts under way to establish a human colony on Mars, including plans to grow food, recycle waste water and introduce a breathable atmosphere.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens in America

Strange rock carvings from 8,000 BC, unexplained sightings in the New World, and a frightening anomaly plaguing the American West. Is there more to America's past than is found in our history books?

21.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 3

Tiff and Formula E racing driver Karun Chandhok put two supercar fast limos up against each other on the track. The presenting team test the Citroen C4 Cactus, a car with airbags on outside, and find out how well it can stand up to some abuse.

21.45 Abandoned Engineering: Quest for Power

We tap into the history of electricity to find out if a giant structure rusting away in the contaminated zone around Grenoble could have started World War III.

22.30 Lost Worlds: Ramses' Egyptian Empire

In this episode we reconstruct the grand hypostyle hall at Karnak; explore the technical innovation and engineering skill that produced the temple at Abu Simbel and rebuild the Ramesseum as he would have seen it.

23.15 Patton 360: Siege Warfare

Patton's men attack the heavily fortified city of Metz during a siege that lasts for weeks. Ammunition ran so low, his army resorted to using captured German shells.

00.00 Dogfights: Air Ambush

Legendary fighter pilot Colonel Robin Olds set a deadly trap for the North Vietnamese by disguising lethal F-4 Phantoms as vulnerable bombers. The results were devastating.

00.45 Battles BC: Moses: Death Chase

In a manoeuvre of strategic brilliance, Moses leads his people out of Egypt and lures the Egyptian army to a watery grave.

01.30 The Universe: Colonising Space

Examine the efforts under way to establish a human colony on Mars, including plans to grow food, recycle waste water and introduce a breathable atmosphere.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens in America

Strange rock carvings from 8,000 BC, unexplained sightings in the New World, and a frightening anomaly plaguing the American West. Is there more to America's past than is found in our history books?

03.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 3

Tiff and Formula E racing driver Karun Chandhok put two supercar fast limos up against each other on the track. The presenting team test the Citroen C4 Cactus, a car with airbags on outside, and find out how well it can stand up to some abuse.

03.45 Abandoned Engineering: Quest for Power

We tap into the history of electricity to find out if a giant structure rusting away in the contaminated zone around Grenoble could have started World War III.

04.30 Lost Worlds: Ramses' Egyptian Empire

In this episode we reconstruct the grand hypostyle hall at Karnak; explore the technical innovation and engineering skill that produced the temple at Abu Simbel and rebuild the Ramesseum as he would have seen it.

05.15 Patton 360: Siege Warfare

Patton's men attack the heavily fortified city of Metz during a siege that lasts for weeks. Ammunition ran so low, his army resorted to using captured German shells.

Saturday

21 November 2020

06.00 Dogfights: Air Ambush

Legendary fighter pilot Colonel Robin Olds set a deadly trap for the North Vietnamese by disguising lethal F-4 Phantoms as vulnerable bombers. The results were devastating.

06.45 Battles BC: Moses: Death Chase

In a manoeuvre of strategic brilliance, Moses leads his people out of Egypt and lures the Egyptian army to a watery grave.

07.30 The Universe: Colonising Space

Examine the efforts under way to establish a human colony on Mars, including plans to grow food, recycle waste water and introduce a breathable atmosphere.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens in America

Strange rock carvings from 8,000 BC, unexplained sightings in the New World, and a frightening anomaly plaguing the American West. Is there more to America's past than is found in our history books?

09.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 3

Tiff and Formula E racing driver Karun Chandhok put two supercar fast limos up against each other on the track. The presenting team test the Citroen C4 Cactus, a car with airbags on outside, and find out how well it can stand up to some abuse.

09.45 Abandoned Engineering: Quest for Power

We tap into the history of electricity to find out if a giant structure rusting away in the contaminated zone around Grenoble could have started World War III.

10.30 Lost Worlds: Ramses' Egyptian Empire

In this episode we reconstruct the grand hypostyle hall at Karnak; explore the technical innovation and engineering skill that produced the temple at Abu Simbel and rebuild the Ramesseum as he would have seen it.

11.15 Patton 360: Siege Warfare

Patton's men attack the heavily fortified city of Metz during a siege that lasts for weeks. Ammunition ran so low, his army resorted to using captured German shells.

12.00 Dogfights: Air Ambush

Legendary fighter pilot Colonel Robin Olds set a deadly trap for the North Vietnamese by disguising lethal F-4 Phantoms as vulnerable bombers. The results were devastating.

12.45 Battles BC: Moses: Death Chase

In a manoeuvre of strategic brilliance, Moses leads his people out of Egypt and lures the Egyptian army to a watery grave.

13.30 The Universe: Colonising Space

Examine the efforts under way to establish a human colony on Mars, including plans to grow food, recycle waste water and introduce a breathable atmosphere.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens in America

Strange rock carvings from 8,000 BC, unexplained sightings in the New World, and a frightening anomaly plaguing the American West. Is there more to America's past than is found in our history books?

15.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 3

Tiff and Formula E racing driver Karun Chandhok put two supercar fast limos up against each other on the track. The presenting team test the Citroen C4 Cactus, a car with airbags on outside, and find out how well it can stand up to some abuse.

15.45 Abandoned Engineering: Quest for Power

We tap into the history of electricity to find out if a giant structure rusting away in the contaminated zone around Grenoble could have started World War III.

16.30 Lost Worlds: Ramses' Egyptian Empire

In this episode we reconstruct the grand hypostyle hall at Karnak; explore the technical innovation and engineering skill that produced the temple at Abu Simbel and rebuild the Ramesseum as he would have seen it.

17.15 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Aliens and the Creation of Man

Why are humans so different from every other species on Earth? Did we evolve from apes or is our intelligence the result of contact with an otherworldly source?

18.00 Cities of the Underworld: Rome's Hidden Empire

Host Eric Geller discovers what life was like during Emperor Nero's tyrannical reign and Augustus's reforms by peeling back the hidden history of Rome.

18.45 Cities of the Underworld: Rome: The Rise

Beneath the modern city streets, ancient underground neighbourhoods and sewerage systems reveal the technological marvels that helped advance an empire.

19.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Rick's Big Bang Theory

Rick, Marty and the team return to Oak Island follow up on last year's amazing discoveries, and double down on their efforts to locate the elusive Oak Island Money Pit.

21.00 Cryptid: The Swamp Beast: We're the Hunted

The animal control team race against the clock to save one of their own, before a grisly discovery sheds light on the predator lurking in the swamps.

21.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Kings and Queens

Featured in this episode are the huge debts and enormous greed of King George IV and the secret life and lover of Edward II.

22.30 Jurassic Fight Club: River of Death

A herd of plant-eating Pachyrhinosaurus are attacked by a pair of deadly Albertosaurus. With their backs against a flooding river, the herd attempts to stand its ground.

23.15 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Aliens and the Creation of Man

Why are humans so different from every other species on Earth? Did we evolve from apes or is our intelligence the result of contact with an otherworldly source?

00.00 Cities of the Underworld: Rome's Hidden Empire

Host Eric Geller discovers what life was like during Emperor Nero's tyrannical reign and Augustus's reforms by peeling back the hidden history of Rome.

00.45 Cities of the Underworld: Rome: The Rise

Beneath the modern city streets, ancient underground neighbourhoods and sewerage systems reveal the technological marvels that helped advance an empire.

01.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Rick's Big Bang Theory

Rick, Marty and the team return to Oak Island follow up on last year's amazing discoveries, and double down on their efforts to locate the elusive Oak Island Money Pit.

03.00 Cryptid: The Swamp Beast: We're the Hunted

The animal control team race against the clock to save one of their own, before a grisly discovery sheds light on the predator lurking in the swamps.

03.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Kings and Queens

Featured in this episode are the huge debts and enormous greed of King George IV and the secret life and lover of Edward II.

04.30 Jurassic Fight Club: River of Death

A herd of plant-eating Pachyrhinosaurus are attacked by a pair of deadly Albertosaurus. With their backs against a flooding river, the herd attempts to stand its ground.

05.15 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Aliens and the Creation of Man

Why are humans so different from every other species on Earth? Did we evolve from apes or is our intelligence the result of contact with an otherworldly source?

Sunday

22 November 2020

06.00 Cities of the Underworld: Rome's Hidden Empire

Host Eric Geller discovers what life was like during Emperor Nero's tyrannical reign and Augustus's reforms by peeling back the hidden history of Rome.

06.45 Cities of the Underworld: Rome: The Rise

Beneath the modern city streets, ancient underground neighbourhoods and sewerage systems reveal the technological marvels that helped advance an empire.

07.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Rick's Big Bang Theory

Rick, Marty and the team return to Oak Island follow up on last year's amazing discoveries, and double down on their efforts to locate the elusive Oak Island Money Pit.

09.00 Battles BC: Moses: Death Chase

In a manoeuvre of strategic brilliance, Moses leads his people out of Egypt and lures the Egyptian army to a watery grave.

09.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Kings and Queens

Featured in this episode are the huge debts and enormous greed of King George IV and the secret life and lover of Edward II.

10.30 Jurassic Fight Club: River of Death

A herd of plant-eating Pachyrhinosaurus are attacked by a pair of deadly Albertosaurus. With their backs against a flooding river, the herd attempts to stand its ground.

11.15 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Aliens and the Creation of Man

Why are humans so different from every other species on Earth? Did we evolve from apes or is our intelligence the result of contact with an otherworldly source?

12.00 Cities of the Underworld: Rome's Hidden Empire

Host Eric Geller discovers what life was like during Emperor Nero's tyrannical reign and Augustus's reforms by peeling back the hidden history of Rome.

12.45 Cities of the Underworld: Rome: The Rise

Beneath the modern city streets, ancient underground neighbourhoods and sewerage systems reveal the technological marvels that helped advance an empire.

13.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Rick's Big Bang Theory

Rick, Marty and the team return to Oak Island follow up on last year's amazing discoveries, and double down on their efforts to locate the elusive Oak Island Money Pit.

15.00 Battles BC: Moses: Death Chase

In a manoeuvre of strategic brilliance, Moses leads his people out of Egypt and lures the Egyptian army to a watery grave.

15.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Kings and Queens

Featured in this episode are the huge debts and enormous greed of King George IV and the secret life and lover of Edward II.

16.30 Jurassic Fight Club: River of Death

A herd of plant-eating Pachyrhinosaurus are attacked by a pair of deadly Albertosaurus. With their backs against a flooding river, the herd attempts to stand its ground.

17.15 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado Vs. Airport

A massive landslide chases a group of construction workers. A tornado tears through an airport and an earthquake threatens a 700-year-old church. Mother Nature continues her killing spree.

18.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 3

Tiff and Formula E racing driver Karun Chandhok put two supercar fast limos up against each other on the track. The presenting team test the Citroen C4 Cactus, a car with airbags on outside, and find out how well it can stand up to some abuse.

18.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Surprising Beginnings

Explores the beginnings of Auschwitz, and how the camp was originally intended for a purpose very different from that of the genocide of the Jews.

19.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Gold Rush

Brothers Rick and Marty Lagina begin the biggest and most expensive operation ever undertaken in the 223 years long treasure hunt. And, after years of searching, the brotherhood finally strikes gold.

20.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Depth Perception

The seismic results are in, revealing the existence of a mysterious underground chamber, while Gary and Jack make a discovery suggesting another Templar connection.

21.00 River Hunters: Civil War

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

21.45 Digging for the Truth: New Maya Revelations

For nearly a century archaeologists place the height of the Maya civilisation at the First Millennium AD. But revolutionary discoveries are now challenging those views. Josh tracks the origins of the Maya throughout the Central American rainforest.

22.30 Mystery Pickers: Armored And Dangerous

The guys try to uncover why and how medieval scale armour was abandoned and later found in the Arizona desert.

23.15 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado Vs. Airport

A massive landslide chases a group of construction workers. A tornado tears through an airport and an earthquake threatens a 700-year-old church. Mother Nature continues her killing spree.

00.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 3

Tiff and Formula E racing driver Karun Chandhok put two supercar fast limos up against each other on the track. The presenting team test the Citroen C4 Cactus, a car with airbags on outside, and find out how well it can stand up to some abuse.

00.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Surprising Beginnings

Explores the beginnings of Auschwitz, and how the camp was originally intended for a purpose very different from that of the genocide of the Jews.

01.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Gold Rush

Brothers Rick and Marty Lagina begin the biggest and most expensive operation ever undertaken in the 223 years long treasure hunt. And, after years of searching, the brotherhood finally strikes gold.

02.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Depth Perception

The seismic results are in, revealing the existence of a mysterious underground chamber, while Gary and Jack make a discovery suggesting another Templar connection.

03.00 River Hunters: Civil War

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

03.45 Digging for the Truth: New Maya Revelations

For nearly a century archaeologists place the height of the Maya civilisation at the First Millennium AD. But revolutionary discoveries are now challenging those views. Josh tracks the origins of the Maya throughout the Central American rainforest.

04.30 Mystery Pickers: Armored And Dangerous

The guys try to uncover why and how medieval scale armour was abandoned and later found in the Arizona desert.

05.15 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado Vs. Airport

A massive landslide chases a group of construction workers. A tornado tears through an airport and an earthquake threatens a 700-year-old church. Mother Nature continues her killing spree.

Monday

23 November 2020

06.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 3

Tiff and Formula E racing driver Karun Chandhok put two supercar fast limos up against each other on the track. The presenting team test the Citroen C4 Cactus, a car with airbags on outside, and find out how well it can stand up to some abuse.

06.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Surprising Beginnings

Explores the beginnings of Auschwitz, and how the camp was originally intended for a purpose very different from that of the genocide of the Jews.

07.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Gold Rush

Brothers Rick and Marty Lagina begin the biggest and most expensive operation ever undertaken in the 223 years long treasure hunt. And, after years of searching, the brotherhood finally strikes gold.

08.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Depth Perception

The seismic results are in, revealing the existence of a mysterious underground chamber, while Gary and Jack make a discovery suggesting another Templar connection.

09.00 River Hunters: Civil War

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

09.45 Digging for the Truth: New Maya Revelations

For nearly a century archaeologists place the height of the Maya civilisation at the First Millennium AD. But revolutionary discoveries are now challenging those views. Josh tracks the origins of the Maya throughout the Central American rainforest.

10.30 Mystery Pickers: Armored And Dangerous

The guys try to uncover why and how medieval scale armour was abandoned and later found in the Arizona desert.

11.15 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado Vs. Airport

A massive landslide chases a group of construction workers. A tornado tears through an airport and an earthquake threatens a 700-year-old church. Mother Nature continues her killing spree.

12.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 3

Tiff and Formula E racing driver Karun Chandhok put two supercar fast limos up against each other on the track. The presenting team test the Citroen C4 Cactus, a car with airbags on outside, and find out how well it can stand up to some abuse.

12.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Surprising Beginnings

Explores the beginnings of Auschwitz, and how the camp was originally intended for a purpose very different from that of the genocide of the Jews.

13.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Gold Rush

Brothers Rick and Marty Lagina begin the biggest and most expensive operation ever undertaken in the 223 years long treasure hunt. And, after years of searching, the brotherhood finally strikes gold.

14.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Depth Perception

The seismic results are in, revealing the existence of a mysterious underground chamber, while Gary and Jack make a discovery suggesting another Templar connection.

15.00 River Hunters: Civil War

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

15.45 Digging for the Truth: New Maya Revelations

For nearly a century archaeologists place the height of the Maya civilisation at the First Millennium AD. But revolutionary discoveries are now challenging those views. Josh tracks the origins of the Maya throughout the Central American rainforest.

16.30 Mystery Pickers: Armored And Dangerous

The guys try to uncover why and how medieval scale armour was abandoned and later found in the Arizona desert.

17.15 Patton 360: Battle of the Bulge

The Battle of the Bulge kicks off in Belgium and, despite the worst weather in 20 years, Patton and his army race north to relieve the beleaguered defenders of Bastogne.

18.00 Dogfights: Guadalcanal

In August 1942, fierce fighting broke out in the skies above the Solomon Islands as US and Japanese fighter pilots fought for control of the Pacific.

18.45 Battles BC: Alexander: Lord of War

The great general leads his huge empire to India. Facing a challenging campaign in tough conditions, Alexander's plan requires tactical brilliance.

19.30 The Universe: Cosmic Collisions

Planetary collisions, meteor impacts which cause mass extinctions, clusters of comets and asteroids: is our universe just one big cosmic shooting gallery?

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Stargates

Legends from around the world speak of sacred entryways to the land of the gods. Are such passages - or stargates - just inventions of myth, or did this interstellar travel exist in the ancient world?

21.00 Jurassic Fight Club: Armageddon

Experts from a variety of scientific backgrounds are brought together to review evidence and explain the events that caused the mass extinction of the dinosaurs.

21.45 Fifth Gear: Episode 6

Vicki and Tiff travel to Romania to sample some of the car culture there. This includes driving some massive off-roaders, meeting a local classic car restorer and racing a motorsport-mad Mayor up the streets of his town.

22.30 Lost Worlds: Churchill's Secret Bunkers

Lost Worlds explores the tunnels beneath some of London's greatest buildings. The underground command centre from where the Battle of Britain was won is just one of the secret bunkers toured in this episode.

23.15 Patton 360: Battle of the Bulge

The Battle of the Bulge kicks off in Belgium and, despite the worst weather in 20 years, Patton and his army race north to relieve the beleaguered defenders of Bastogne.

00.00 Dogfights: Guadalcanal

In August 1942, fierce fighting broke out in the skies above the Solomon Islands as US and Japanese fighter pilots fought for control of the Pacific.

00.45 Battles BC: Alexander: Lord of War

The great general leads his huge empire to India. Facing a challenging campaign in tough conditions, Alexander's plan requires tactical brilliance.

01.30 The Universe: Cosmic Collisions

Planetary collisions, meteor impacts which cause mass extinctions, clusters of comets and asteroids: is our universe just one big cosmic shooting gallery?

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Stargates

Legends from around the world speak of sacred entryways to the land of the gods. Are such passages - or stargates - just inventions of myth, or did this interstellar travel exist in the ancient world?

03.00 Jurassic Fight Club: Armageddon

Experts from a variety of scientific backgrounds are brought together to review evidence and explain the events that caused the mass extinction of the dinosaurs.

03.45 Fifth Gear: Episode 6

Vicki and Tiff travel to Romania to sample some of the car culture there. This includes driving some massive off-roaders, meeting a local classic car restorer and racing a motorsport-mad Mayor up the streets of his town.

04.30 Lost Worlds: Churchill's Secret Bunkers

Lost Worlds explores the tunnels beneath some of London's greatest buildings. The underground command centre from where the Battle of Britain was won is just one of the secret bunkers toured in this episode.

05.15 Patton 360: Battle of the Bulge

The Battle of the Bulge kicks off in Belgium and, despite the worst weather in 20 years, Patton and his army race north to relieve the beleaguered defenders of Bastogne.

Tuesday

24 November 2020

06.00 Dogfights: Guadalcanal

In August 1942, fierce fighting broke out in the skies above the Solomon Islands as US and Japanese fighter pilots fought for control of the Pacific.

06.45 Battles BC: Alexander: Lord of War

The great general leads his huge empire to India. Facing a challenging campaign in tough conditions, Alexander's plan requires tactical brilliance.

07.30 The Universe: Cosmic Collisions

Planetary collisions, meteor impacts which cause mass extinctions, clusters of comets and asteroids: is our universe just one big cosmic shooting gallery?

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Stargates

Legends from around the world speak of sacred entryways to the land of the gods. Are such passages - or stargates - just inventions of myth, or did this interstellar travel exist in the ancient world?

09.00 Jurassic Fight Club: Armageddon

Experts from a variety of scientific backgrounds are brought together to review evidence and explain the events that caused the mass extinction of the dinosaurs.

09.45 Fifth Gear: Episode 6

Vicki and Tiff travel to Romania to sample some of the car culture there. This includes driving some massive off-roaders, meeting a local classic car restorer and racing a motorsport-mad Mayor up the streets of his town.

10.30 Lost Worlds: Churchill's Secret Bunkers

Lost Worlds explores the tunnels beneath some of London's greatest buildings. The underground command centre from where the Battle of Britain was won is just one of the secret bunkers toured in this episode.

11.15 Patton 360: Battle of the Bulge

The Battle of the Bulge kicks off in Belgium and, despite the worst weather in 20 years, Patton and his army race north to relieve the beleaguered defenders of Bastogne.

12.00 Dogfights: Guadalcanal

In August 1942, fierce fighting broke out in the skies above the Solomon Islands as US and Japanese fighter pilots fought for control of the Pacific.

12.45 Battles BC: Alexander: Lord of War

The great general leads his huge empire to India. Facing a challenging campaign in tough conditions, Alexander's plan requires tactical brilliance.

13.30 The Universe: Cosmic Collisions

Planetary collisions, meteor impacts which cause mass extinctions, clusters of comets and asteroids: is our universe just one big cosmic shooting gallery?

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Stargates

Legends from around the world speak of sacred entryways to the land of the gods. Are such passages - or stargates - just inventions of myth, or did this interstellar travel exist in the ancient world?

15.00 Jurassic Fight Club: Armageddon

Experts from a variety of scientific backgrounds are brought together to review evidence and explain the events that caused the mass extinction of the dinosaurs.

15.45 Fifth Gear: Episode 6

Vicki and Tiff travel to Romania to sample some of the car culture there. This includes driving some massive off-roaders, meeting a local classic car restorer and racing a motorsport-mad Mayor up the streets of his town.

16.30 Lost Worlds: Churchill's Secret Bunkers

Lost Worlds explores the tunnels beneath some of London's greatest buildings. The underground command centre from where the Battle of Britain was won is just one of the secret bunkers toured in this episode.

17.15 Patton 360: Crushing the Third Reich

Patton's military manoeuvre to rescue American PoWs goes horribly wrong. They then witness the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps when they liberate Buchenwald.

18.00 Dogfights: Flying Tigers

Two weeks after Pearl Harbor, a courageous band of US pilots took to the skies over China to challenge the might of the Japanese Air Force. A deadly fight ensued.

18.45 Battles BC: Ramses: Raging Chariots

Discover how cornered Egyptian soldiers miraculously escaped the Hittites in one of the greatest armed battles of the ancient world.

19.30 The Universe: Wildest Weather in the Cosmos

Imagine a tornado so powerful it can form a planet, rain made of iron and 6,000mph winds.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: The Star Children

The ancient Greeks, Egyptians and many other cultures have legends about exceptional children who are the offspring of humans and the gods. Could the stories be more than mere myth?

21.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Beyond Nazca

Giorgio Tsoukalos explores the mystery of the Nazca Lines found in the Peruvian desert. Hundreds of gigantic lines, some in the shape of animals, geometric patterns and even an alien-like being, extend for miles over a vast section of the arid plain.

21.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Unraveling the Mystery

Brothers Jim and Bill Vieira discover a previously unknown hidden chamber where they believe a giant skeleton may be buried.

22.30 Lost Worlds: Jesus' Jerusalem

It has been rebuilt more than 20 times since his death, but what was Jesus' Jerusalem really like?

23.15 Patton 360: Crushing the Third Reich

Patton's military manoeuvre to rescue American PoWs goes horribly wrong. They then witness the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps when they liberate Buchenwald.

00.00 Dogfights: Flying Tigers

Two weeks after Pearl Harbor, a courageous band of US pilots took to the skies over China to challenge the might of the Japanese Air Force. A deadly fight ensued.

00.45 Battles BC: Ramses: Raging Chariots

Discover how cornered Egyptian soldiers miraculously escaped the Hittites in one of the greatest armed battles of the ancient world.

01.30 The Universe: Wildest Weather in the Cosmos

Imagine a tornado so powerful it can form a planet, rain made of iron and 6,000mph winds.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: The Star Children

The ancient Greeks, Egyptians and many other cultures have legends about exceptional children who are the offspring of humans and the gods. Could the stories be more than mere myth?

03.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Beyond Nazca

Giorgio Tsoukalos explores the mystery of the Nazca Lines found in the Peruvian desert. Hundreds of gigantic lines, some in the shape of animals, geometric patterns and even an alien-like being, extend for miles over a vast section of the arid plain.

03.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Unraveling the Mystery

Brothers Jim and Bill Vieira discover a previously unknown hidden chamber where they believe a giant skeleton may be buried.

04.30 Lost Worlds: Jesus' Jerusalem

It has been rebuilt more than 20 times since his death, but what was Jesus' Jerusalem really like?

05.15 Patton 360: Crushing the Third Reich

Patton's military manoeuvre to rescue American PoWs goes horribly wrong. They then witness the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps when they liberate Buchenwald.

Wednesday

25 November 2020

06.00 Dogfights: Flying Tigers

Two weeks after Pearl Harbor, a courageous band of US pilots took to the skies over China to challenge the might of the Japanese Air Force. A deadly fight ensued.

06.45 Battles BC: Ramses: Raging Chariots

Discover how cornered Egyptian soldiers miraculously escaped the Hittites in one of the greatest armed battles of the ancient world.

07.30 The Universe: Wildest Weather in the Cosmos

Imagine a tornado so powerful it can form a planet, rain made of iron and 6,000mph winds.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: The Star Children

The ancient Greeks, Egyptians and many other cultures have legends about exceptional children who are the offspring of humans and the gods. Could the stories be more than mere myth?

09.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Beyond Nazca

Giorgio Tsoukalos explores the mystery of the Nazca Lines found in the Peruvian desert. Hundreds of gigantic lines, some in the shape of animals, geometric patterns and even an alien-like being, extend for miles over a vast section of the arid plain.

09.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Unraveling the Mystery

Brothers Jim and Bill Vieira discover a previously unknown hidden chamber where they believe a giant skeleton may be buried.

10.30 Lost Worlds: Jesus' Jerusalem

It has been rebuilt more than 20 times since his death, but what was Jesus' Jerusalem really like?

11.15 Patton 360: Crushing the Third Reich

Patton's military manoeuvre to rescue American PoWs goes horribly wrong. They then witness the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps when they liberate Buchenwald.

12.00 Dogfights: Flying Tigers

Two weeks after Pearl Harbor, a courageous band of US pilots took to the skies over China to challenge the might of the Japanese Air Force. A deadly fight ensued.

12.45 Battles BC: Ramses: Raging Chariots

Discover how cornered Egyptian soldiers miraculously escaped the Hittites in one of the greatest armed battles of the ancient world.

13.30 The Universe: Wildest Weather in the Cosmos

Imagine a tornado so powerful it can form a planet, rain made of iron and 6,000mph winds.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: The Star Children

The ancient Greeks, Egyptians and many other cultures have legends about exceptional children who are the offspring of humans and the gods. Could the stories be more than mere myth?

15.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Beyond Nazca

Giorgio Tsoukalos explores the mystery of the Nazca Lines found in the Peruvian desert. Hundreds of gigantic lines, some in the shape of animals, geometric patterns and even an alien-like being, extend for miles over a vast section of the arid plain.

15.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Unraveling the Mystery

Brothers Jim and Bill Vieira discover a previously unknown hidden chamber where they believe a giant skeleton may be buried.

16.30 Lost Worlds: Jesus' Jerusalem

It has been rebuilt more than 20 times since his death, but what was Jesus' Jerusalem really like?

17.15 America's Book of Secrets: Ancient Astronaut Cover-Up

The epicentre of American military operations is exposed, including how secrets are protected, and how 9/11 compromised top-secret information within.

18.00 Dogfights: The Last Gunfighter

Relive one of the longest, gut-wrenching dogfights on record as US Lt Commander Richard Schaffert heroically took on the enemy, without any ammunition.

18.45 Battles BC: Judgement Day at Marathon

Discover how, after years of rivalry, a small Greek army defeated the Persians through sheer mettle and a brilliant defensive strategy.

19.30 The Universe: Nebulas

Take a tour through the "Art Gallery of the Galaxy" and view what are considered the "crown jewels" of the heavens. Nebulas are mysterious clouds of gas that aren't classified as stars, planets, moons or asteroids.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Treasures of the Gods

Is it possible that the world's greatest ancient relics are hidden on purpose - and protected by an extraterrestrial source?

21.00 River Hunters: Vikings

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

21.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Kings and Queens

Featured in this episode are the huge debts and enormous greed of King George IV and the secret life and lover of Edward II.

22.30 Lost Worlds: Braveheart's Scotland

At the end of the 13th century, Scotland was a country under attack. Defeat seemed inevitable. But from nowhere emerged a man who became Scotland's greatest hero - William Wallace, commonly known as Braveheart.

23.15 America's Book of Secrets: Ancient Astronaut Cover-Up

The epicentre of American military operations is exposed, including how secrets are protected, and how 9/11 compromised top-secret information within.

00.00 Dogfights: The Last Gunfighter

Relive one of the longest, gut-wrenching dogfights on record as US Lt Commander Richard Schaffert heroically took on the enemy, without any ammunition.

00.45 Battles BC: Judgement Day at Marathon

Discover how, after years of rivalry, a small Greek army defeated the Persians through sheer mettle and a brilliant defensive strategy.

01.30 The Universe: Nebulas

Take a tour through the "Art Gallery of the Galaxy" and view what are considered the "crown jewels" of the heavens. Nebulas are mysterious clouds of gas that aren't classified as stars, planets, moons or asteroids.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Treasures of the Gods

Is it possible that the world's greatest ancient relics are hidden on purpose - and protected by an extraterrestrial source?

03.00 River Hunters: Vikings

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

03.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Kings and Queens

Featured in this episode are the huge debts and enormous greed of King George IV and the secret life and lover of Edward II.

04.30 Lost Worlds: Braveheart's Scotland

At the end of the 13th century, Scotland was a country under attack. Defeat seemed inevitable. But from nowhere emerged a man who became Scotland's greatest hero - William Wallace, commonly known as Braveheart.

05.15 America's Book of Secrets: Ancient Astronaut Cover-Up

The epicentre of American military operations is exposed, including how secrets are protected, and how 9/11 compromised top-secret information within.

Thursday

26 November 2020

06.00 Dogfights: The Last Gunfighter

Relive one of the longest, gut-wrenching dogfights on record as US Lt Commander Richard Schaffert heroically took on the enemy, without any ammunition.

06.45 Battles BC: Judgement Day at Marathon

Discover how, after years of rivalry, a small Greek army defeated the Persians through sheer mettle and a brilliant defensive strategy.

07.30 The Universe: Nebulas

Take a tour through the "Art Gallery of the Galaxy" and view what are considered the "crown jewels" of the heavens. Nebulas are mysterious clouds of gas that aren't classified as stars, planets, moons or asteroids.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Treasures of the Gods

Is it possible that the world's greatest ancient relics are hidden on purpose - and protected by an extraterrestrial source?

09.00 River Hunters: Vikings

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

09.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Kings and Queens

Featured in this episode are the huge debts and enormous greed of King George IV and the secret life and lover of Edward II.

10.30 Lost Worlds: Braveheart's Scotland

At the end of the 13th century, Scotland was a country under attack. Defeat seemed inevitable. But from nowhere emerged a man who became Scotland's greatest hero - William Wallace, commonly known as Braveheart.

11.15 America's Book of Secrets: Ancient Astronaut Cover-Up

The epicentre of American military operations is exposed, including how secrets are protected, and how 9/11 compromised top-secret information within.

12.00 Dogfights: The Last Gunfighter

Relive one of the longest, gut-wrenching dogfights on record as US Lt Commander Richard Schaffert heroically took on the enemy, without any ammunition.

12.45 Battles BC: Judgement Day at Marathon

Discover how, after years of rivalry, a small Greek army defeated the Persians through sheer mettle and a brilliant defensive strategy.

13.30 The Universe: Nebulas

Take a tour through the "Art Gallery of the Galaxy" and view what are considered the "crown jewels" of the heavens. Nebulas are mysterious clouds of gas that aren't classified as stars, planets, moons or asteroids.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Treasures of the Gods

Is it possible that the world's greatest ancient relics are hidden on purpose - and protected by an extraterrestrial source?

15.00 River Hunters: Vikings

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

15.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Kings and Queens

Featured in this episode are the huge debts and enormous greed of King George IV and the secret life and lover of Edward II.

16.30 Lost Worlds: Braveheart's Scotland

At the end of the 13th century, Scotland was a country under attack. Defeat seemed inevitable. But from nowhere emerged a man who became Scotland's greatest hero - William Wallace, commonly known as Braveheart.

17.15 America's Book of Secrets: The Ku Klux Klan

This episode exposes the nearly 150 years of KKK history and the many attempts to discredit the Klan's demands for segregation and white supremacy. 

18.00 Dogfights: The Zero Killer

Japan ruled the skies of the Pacific with their Zero fighter planes until America fought back with the F6F Hellcat. Go into the cockpits with legendary dogfighters.

18.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Roswell Rock

A mysterious rock bearing a cryptic design was discovered in Roswell, New Mexico in 2004. This piece of stone is unusually smooth and seems to possess unusual magnetic properties.

19.30 The Universe: Biggest Things in Space

We can't compare anything on earth to the biggest things known in space. The Lymann Alpha blob is a bubble like structure containing countless galaxies–perhaps the biggest object in the entire universe.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and the Red Planet

Is our fascination with Mars simply because of its striking red color and prominence in the night sky? Or might we have a more profound extra-terrestrial connection? 

21.00 PREMIERE Digging for the Truth: Ramesses: Visions of Greatness

Ramesses II built soaring statues, grand temples, and monuments to himself throughout Egypt and declared himself a living god. Josh travels to Egypt to try his hand at stone masonry, and decodes the propaganda of the pharaohs.

21.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Surprising Beginnings

Explores the beginnings of Auschwitz, and how the camp was originally intended for a purpose very different from that of the genocide of the Jews.

22.30 Lost Worlds: Athens - Ancient Supercity

Now, two and a half thousand years later, we restore Athens to its former glory, we re-create impregnable fortifications; the first senate house; experience the power of the Greek navy; and rebuild one of the most advanced water systems in the world.

23.15 America's Book of Secrets: The Ku Klux Klan

This episode exposes the nearly 150 years of KKK history and the many attempts to discredit the Klan's demands for segregation and white supremacy. 

00.00 Dogfights: The Zero Killer

Japan ruled the skies of the Pacific with their Zero fighter planes until America fought back with the F6F Hellcat. Go into the cockpits with legendary dogfighters.

00.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Roswell Rock

A mysterious rock bearing a cryptic design was discovered in Roswell, New Mexico in 2004. This piece of stone is unusually smooth and seems to possess unusual magnetic properties.

01.30 The Universe: Biggest Things in Space

We can't compare anything on earth to the biggest things known in space. The Lymann Alpha blob is a bubble like structure containing countless galaxies–perhaps the biggest object in the entire universe.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and the Red Planet

Is our fascination with Mars simply because of its striking red color and prominence in the night sky? Or might we have a more profound extra-terrestrial connection? 

03.00 Digging for the Truth: Ramesses: Visions of Greatness

Ramesses II built soaring statues, grand temples, and monuments to himself throughout Egypt and declared himself a living god. Josh travels to Egypt to try his hand at stone masonry, and decodes the propaganda of the pharaohs.

03.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Surprising Beginnings

Explores the beginnings of Auschwitz, and how the camp was originally intended for a purpose very different from that of the genocide of the Jews.

04.30 Lost Worlds: Athens - Ancient Supercity

Now, two and a half thousand years later, we restore Athens to its former glory, we re-create impregnable fortifications; the first senate house; experience the power of the Greek navy; and rebuild one of the most advanced water systems in the world.

05.15 America's Book of Secrets: The Ku Klux Klan

This episode exposes the nearly 150 years of KKK history and the many attempts to discredit the Klan's demands for segregation and white supremacy. 

Friday

27 November 2020

06.00 Dogfights: The Zero Killer

Japan ruled the skies of the Pacific with their Zero fighter planes until America fought back with the F6F Hellcat. Go into the cockpits with legendary dogfighters.

06.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Roswell Rock

A mysterious rock bearing a cryptic design was discovered in Roswell, New Mexico in 2004. This piece of stone is unusually smooth and seems to possess unusual magnetic properties.

07.30 The Universe: Biggest Things in Space

We can't compare anything on earth to the biggest things known in space. The Lymann Alpha blob is a bubble like structure containing countless galaxies–perhaps the biggest object in the entire universe.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and the Red Planet

Is our fascination with Mars simply because of its striking red color and prominence in the night sky? Or might we have a more profound extra-terrestrial connection? 

09.00 Digging for the Truth: Ramesses: Visions of Greatness

Ramesses II built soaring statues, grand temples, and monuments to himself throughout Egypt and declared himself a living god. Josh travels to Egypt to try his hand at stone masonry, and decodes the propaganda of the pharaohs.

09.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Surprising Beginnings

Explores the beginnings of Auschwitz, and how the camp was originally intended for a purpose very different from that of the genocide of the Jews.

10.30 Lost Worlds: Athens - Ancient Supercity

Now, two and a half thousand years later, we restore Athens to its former glory, we re-create impregnable fortifications; the first senate house; experience the power of the Greek navy; and rebuild one of the most advanced water systems in the world.

11.15 America's Book of Secrets: The Ku Klux Klan

This episode exposes the nearly 150 years of KKK history and the many attempts to discredit the Klan's demands for segregation and white supremacy. 

12.00 Dogfights: The Zero Killer

Japan ruled the skies of the Pacific with their Zero fighter planes until America fought back with the F6F Hellcat. Go into the cockpits with legendary dogfighters.

12.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Roswell Rock

A mysterious rock bearing a cryptic design was discovered in Roswell, New Mexico in 2004. This piece of stone is unusually smooth and seems to possess unusual magnetic properties.

13.30 The Universe: Biggest Things in Space

We can't compare anything on earth to the biggest things known in space. The Lymann Alpha blob is a bubble like structure containing countless galaxies–perhaps the biggest object in the entire universe.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and the Red Planet

Is our fascination with Mars simply because of its striking red color and prominence in the night sky? Or might we have a more profound extra-terrestrial connection? 

15.00 Digging for the Truth: Ramesses: Visions of Greatness

Ramesses II built soaring statues, grand temples, and monuments to himself throughout Egypt and declared himself a living god. Josh travels to Egypt to try his hand at stone masonry, and decodes the propaganda of the pharaohs.

15.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Surprising Beginnings

Explores the beginnings of Auschwitz, and how the camp was originally intended for a purpose very different from that of the genocide of the Jews.

16.30 Lost Worlds: Athens - Ancient Supercity

Now, two and a half thousand years later, we restore Athens to its former glory, we re-create impregnable fortifications; the first senate house; experience the power of the Greek navy; and rebuild one of the most advanced water systems in the world.

17.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Breeders

Demonic seduction, hybrid offspring and strange abductions. In cultures throughout the world, there are tales of intimate encounters with otherworldly beings. But could these stories be more than just mythology?

18.00 Dogfights: Death of the Japanese Navy

The battle in the Pacific in 1944 pitted the mighty Japanese fleet, led by the warship Yamato, against a tiny US task unit. A David and Goliath encounter.

18.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Hunt for Atlantis

Ever since Plato first wrote about the mysterious island of Atlantis, it has captured the imagination of adventurers and academics alike. Was Atlantis merely a myth, or could it have actually existed in the remote past?

19.30 The Universe: Unexplained Mysteries

Delve into the myths, misconceptions, truths and amazing mysteries of our unique universe. Could life exist on Mars? Is time travel possible and does Einstein's theory of relativity support it?

20.15 Ancient Aliens: The Shamans

Throughout history, spiritual leaders known as shamans have healed, protected and advised their people. But are they simply putting on elaborate ceremonies? 

21.00 Fifth Gear: Visit to Poland

Tiff takes part in the Barborka Rally, which many famous rally stars have driven in the past. Speedway is huge in Poland and the team race against one of their stars in a classic restoration.

21.45 Abandoned Engineering: Roads to Nowhere

We explore some of the world’s strangest abandoned roads and transport links, and ask, why did survival in WWI come to depend on a narrow track cut into a sheer cliff face?

22.30 Lost Worlds: Knights Templar

From greed and gore to Grand Masters, we recreate this covert world of secrets and power.

23.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Breeders

Demonic seduction, hybrid offspring and strange abductions. In cultures throughout the world, there are tales of intimate encounters with otherworldly beings. But could these stories be more than just mythology?

00.00 Dogfights: Death of the Japanese Navy

The battle in the Pacific in 1944 pitted the mighty Japanese fleet, led by the warship Yamato, against a tiny US task unit. A David and Goliath encounter.

00.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Hunt for Atlantis

Ever since Plato first wrote about the mysterious island of Atlantis, it has captured the imagination of adventurers and academics alike. Was Atlantis merely a myth, or could it have actually existed in the remote past?

01.30 The Universe: Unexplained Mysteries

Delve into the myths, misconceptions, truths and amazing mysteries of our unique universe. Could life exist on Mars? Is time travel possible and does Einstein's theory of relativity support it?

02.15 Ancient Aliens: The Shamans

Throughout history, spiritual leaders known as shamans have healed, protected and advised their people. But are they simply putting on elaborate ceremonies? 

03.00 Fifth Gear: Visit to Poland

Tiff takes part in the Barborka Rally, which many famous rally stars have driven in the past. Speedway is huge in Poland and the team race against one of their stars in a classic restoration.

03.45 Abandoned Engineering: Roads to Nowhere

We explore some of the world’s strangest abandoned roads and transport links, and ask, why did survival in WWI come to depend on a narrow track cut into a sheer cliff face?

04.30 Lost Worlds: Knights Templar

From greed and gore to Grand Masters, we recreate this covert world of secrets and power.

05.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Breeders

Demonic seduction, hybrid offspring and strange abductions. In cultures throughout the world, there are tales of intimate encounters with otherworldly beings. But could these stories be more than just mythology?

Saturday

28 November 2020

06.00 Dogfights: Death of the Japanese Navy

The battle in the Pacific in 1944 pitted the mighty Japanese fleet, led by the warship Yamato, against a tiny US task unit. A David and Goliath encounter.

06.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Hunt for Atlantis

Ever since Plato first wrote about the mysterious island of Atlantis, it has captured the imagination of adventurers and academics alike. Was Atlantis merely a myth, or could it have actually existed in the remote past?

07.30 The Universe: Unexplained Mysteries

Delve into the myths, misconceptions, truths and amazing mysteries of our unique universe. Could life exist on Mars? Is time travel possible and does Einstein's theory of relativity support it?

08.15 Ancient Aliens: The Shamans

Throughout history, spiritual leaders known as shamans have healed, protected and advised their people. But are they simply putting on elaborate ceremonies? 

09.00 Fifth Gear: Visit to Poland

Tiff takes part in the Barborka Rally, which many famous rally stars have driven in the past. Speedway is huge in Poland and the team race against one of their stars in a classic restoration.

09.45 Abandoned Engineering: Roads to Nowhere

We explore some of the world’s strangest abandoned roads and transport links, and ask, why did survival in WWI come to depend on a narrow track cut into a sheer cliff face?

10.30 Lost Worlds: Knights Templar

From greed and gore to Grand Masters, we recreate this covert world of secrets and power.

11.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Breeders

Demonic seduction, hybrid offspring and strange abductions. In cultures throughout the world, there are tales of intimate encounters with otherworldly beings. But could these stories be more than just mythology?

12.00 Dogfights: Death of the Japanese Navy

The battle in the Pacific in 1944 pitted the mighty Japanese fleet, led by the warship Yamato, against a tiny US task unit. A David and Goliath encounter.

12.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Hunt for Atlantis

Ever since Plato first wrote about the mysterious island of Atlantis, it has captured the imagination of adventurers and academics alike. Was Atlantis merely a myth, or could it have actually existed in the remote past?

13.30 The Universe: Unexplained Mysteries

Delve into the myths, misconceptions, truths and amazing mysteries of our unique universe. Could life exist on Mars? Is time travel possible and does Einstein's theory of relativity support it?

14.15 Ancient Aliens: The Shamans

Throughout history, spiritual leaders known as shamans have healed, protected and advised their people. But are they simply putting on elaborate ceremonies? 

15.00 Fifth Gear: Visit to Poland

Tiff takes part in the Barborka Rally, which many famous rally stars have driven in the past. Speedway is huge in Poland and the team race against one of their stars in a classic restoration.

15.45 Abandoned Engineering: Roads to Nowhere

We explore some of the world’s strangest abandoned roads and transport links, and ask, why did survival in WWI come to depend on a narrow track cut into a sheer cliff face?

16.30 Lost Worlds: Knights Templar

From greed and gore to Grand Masters, we recreate this covert world of secrets and power.

17.15 In Search Of Aliens: The Roswell Rock

A mysterious rock bearing a cryptic design was discovered in Roswell, New Mexico in 2004. This piece of stone is unusually smooth and seems to possess unusual magnetic properties.

18.00 Cities of the Underworld: Scotland's Sin City

From plague victims being buried alive to body snatchers, illegal distilleries and castle dungeons, Edinburgh's underground world has a myriad of stories to tell.

18.45 Cities of the Underworld: Secret Pagan Underground: Cappadocia

The castles and dungeons of the Hittites are hidden beneath the sandy lunar landscape of Cappadocia. Why did this ancient empire fall?

19.30 The Curse of Oak Island: A Legacy Revealed

Further investigation suggests Gary's latest find may be the oldest discovery on the island to date, and Rick is faced with a tragic loss.

20.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Homecoming

Seismic results guide the team to a possible network of tunnels in the Money Pit, while Gary unearths the first evidence of a French presence that could rewrite the history of the Oak Island mystery.

21.00 Cryptid: The Swamp Beast: The Bayou Beast

With the monster still on the loose, the investigation takes a strange twist when a local family announces they have captured the beast.

21.45 Private Lives: Private Lives Of The Tsars

This episodes examines Peter the Great's penchant for collecting the preserved remains of deformed babies, as well as practicing unlicensed dentistry on his servants.

22.30 Jurassic Fight Club: Armageddon

Experts from a variety of scientific backgrounds are brought together to review evidence and explain the events that caused the mass extinction of the dinosaurs.

23.15 In Search Of Aliens: The Roswell Rock

A mysterious rock bearing a cryptic design was discovered in Roswell, New Mexico in 2004. This piece of stone is unusually smooth and seems to possess unusual magnetic properties.

00.00 Cities of the Underworld: Scotland's Sin City

From plague victims being buried alive to body snatchers, illegal distilleries and castle dungeons, Edinburgh's underground world has a myriad of stories to tell.

00.45 Cities of the Underworld: Secret Pagan Underground: Cappadocia

The castles and dungeons of the Hittites are hidden beneath the sandy lunar landscape of Cappadocia. Why did this ancient empire fall?

01.30 The Curse of Oak Island: A Legacy Revealed

Further investigation suggests Gary's latest find may be the oldest discovery on the island to date, and Rick is faced with a tragic loss.

02.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Homecoming

Seismic results guide the team to a possible network of tunnels in the Money Pit, while Gary unearths the first evidence of a French presence that could rewrite the history of the Oak Island mystery.

03.00 Cryptid: The Swamp Beast: The Bayou Beast

With the monster still on the loose, the investigation takes a strange twist when a local family announces they have captured the beast.

03.45 Private Lives: Private Lives Of The Tsars

This episodes examines Peter the Great's penchant for collecting the preserved remains of deformed babies, as well as practicing unlicensed dentistry on his servants.

04.30 Jurassic Fight Club: Armageddon

Experts from a variety of scientific backgrounds are brought together to review evidence and explain the events that caused the mass extinction of the dinosaurs.

05.15 In Search Of Aliens: The Roswell Rock

A mysterious rock bearing a cryptic design was discovered in Roswell, New Mexico in 2004. This piece of stone is unusually smooth and seems to possess unusual magnetic properties.

Sunday

29 November 2020

06.00 Cities of the Underworld: Scotland's Sin City

From plague victims being buried alive to body snatchers, illegal distilleries and castle dungeons, Edinburgh's underground world has a myriad of stories to tell.

06.45 Cities of the Underworld: Secret Pagan Underground: Cappadocia

The castles and dungeons of the Hittites are hidden beneath the sandy lunar landscape of Cappadocia. Why did this ancient empire fall?

07.30 The Curse of Oak Island: A Legacy Revealed

Further investigation suggests Gary's latest find may be the oldest discovery on the island to date, and Rick is faced with a tragic loss.

08.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Homecoming

Seismic results guide the team to a possible network of tunnels in the Money Pit, while Gary unearths the first evidence of a French presence that could rewrite the history of the Oak Island mystery.

09.00 Battles BC: Alexander: Lord of War

The great general leads his huge empire to India. Facing a challenging campaign in tough conditions, Alexander's plan requires tactical brilliance.

09.45 Private Lives: Private Lives Of The Tsars

This episodes examines Peter the Great's penchant for collecting the preserved remains of deformed babies, as well as practicing unlicensed dentistry on his servants.

10.30 Jurassic Fight Club: Armageddon

Experts from a variety of scientific backgrounds are brought together to review evidence and explain the events that caused the mass extinction of the dinosaurs.

11.15 In Search Of Aliens: The Roswell Rock

A mysterious rock bearing a cryptic design was discovered in Roswell, New Mexico in 2004. This piece of stone is unusually smooth and seems to possess unusual magnetic properties.

12.00 Cities of the Underworld: Scotland's Sin City

From plague victims being buried alive to body snatchers, illegal distilleries and castle dungeons, Edinburgh's underground world has a myriad of stories to tell.

12.45 Cities of the Underworld: Secret Pagan Underground: Cappadocia

The castles and dungeons of the Hittites are hidden beneath the sandy lunar landscape of Cappadocia. Why did this ancient empire fall?

13.30 The Curse of Oak Island: A Legacy Revealed

Further investigation suggests Gary's latest find may be the oldest discovery on the island to date, and Rick is faced with a tragic loss.

14.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Homecoming

Seismic results guide the team to a possible network of tunnels in the Money Pit, while Gary unearths the first evidence of a French presence that could rewrite the history of the Oak Island mystery.

15.00 Battles BC: Alexander: Lord of War

The great general leads his huge empire to India. Facing a challenging campaign in tough conditions, Alexander's plan requires tactical brilliance.

15.45 Private Lives: Private Lives Of The Tsars

This episodes examines Peter the Great's penchant for collecting the preserved remains of deformed babies, as well as practicing unlicensed dentistry on his servants.

16.30 Jurassic Fight Club: Armageddon

Experts from a variety of scientific backgrounds are brought together to review evidence and explain the events that caused the mass extinction of the dinosaurs.

17.15 Serial Killer Earth: Avalanche Attack

Mother Nature unleashes a swarm of tornados on a group of storm chasers. A delivery driver in Japan gets swallowed by the deadliest tsunami in Japan's history. And finally, a massive avalanche barrels into a small town in Norway.

18.00 Fifth Gear: Visit to Poland

Tiff takes part in the Barborka Rally, which many famous rally stars have driven in the past. Speedway is huge in Poland and the team race against one of their stars in a classic restoration.

18.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Orders and Initiatives

Originally a Prisoner of War camp for Soviet soldiers, SS Commander Rudolf Höss oversaw the transition of Auschwitz from a political camp to a place to murder thousands of people.

19.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Precious Metal

New insights on Nolan Cross suggest a Templar connection to the Money Pit while emerging, hard evidence convinces the team the discovery of the lead cross may be the most historic find in North America.

20.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Unearthed

After months of tireless effort, Rick, Marty and the team begin the massive excavation at Smith's Cove and almost immediately strike gold.

21.00 River Hunters: Vikings

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

21.45 Digging for the Truth: Ramesses: Visions of Greatness

Ramesses II built soaring statues, grand temples, and monuments to himself throughout Egypt and declared himself a living god. Josh travels to Egypt to try his hand at stone masonry, and decodes the propaganda of the pharaohs.

22.30 Mystery Pickers: Lincoln's Letter

Dale and Blue examine whether a letter hidden behind a picture frame is a lost piece of Abraham Lincoln correspondence.

23.15 Serial Killer Earth: Avalanche Attack

Mother Nature unleashes a swarm of tornados on a group of storm chasers. A delivery driver in Japan gets swallowed by the deadliest tsunami in Japan's history. And finally, a massive avalanche barrels into a small town in Norway.

00.00 Fifth Gear: Visit to Poland

Tiff takes part in the Barborka Rally, which many famous rally stars have driven in the past. Speedway is huge in Poland and the team race against one of their stars in a classic restoration.

00.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Orders and Initiatives

Originally a Prisoner of War camp for Soviet soldiers, SS Commander Rudolf Höss oversaw the transition of Auschwitz from a political camp to a place to murder thousands of people.

01.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Precious Metal

New insights on Nolan Cross suggest a Templar connection to the Money Pit while emerging, hard evidence convinces the team the discovery of the lead cross may be the most historic find in North America.

02.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Unearthed

After months of tireless effort, Rick, Marty and the team begin the massive excavation at Smith's Cove and almost immediately strike gold.

03.00 River Hunters: Vikings

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

03.45 Digging for the Truth: Ramesses: Visions of Greatness

Ramesses II built soaring statues, grand temples, and monuments to himself throughout Egypt and declared himself a living god. Josh travels to Egypt to try his hand at stone masonry, and decodes the propaganda of the pharaohs.

04.30 Mystery Pickers: Lincoln's Letter

Dale and Blue examine whether a letter hidden behind a picture frame is a lost piece of Abraham Lincoln correspondence.

05.15 Serial Killer Earth: Avalanche Attack

Mother Nature unleashes a swarm of tornados on a group of storm chasers. A delivery driver in Japan gets swallowed by the deadliest tsunami in Japan's history. And finally, a massive avalanche barrels into a small town in Norway.

Monday

30 November 2020

06.00 Fifth Gear: Visit to Poland

Tiff takes part in the Barborka Rally, which many famous rally stars have driven in the past. Speedway is huge in Poland and the team race against one of their stars in a classic restoration.

06.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Orders and Initiatives

Originally a Prisoner of War camp for Soviet soldiers, SS Commander Rudolf Höss oversaw the transition of Auschwitz from a political camp to a place to murder thousands of people.

07.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Precious Metal

New insights on Nolan Cross suggest a Templar connection to the Money Pit while emerging, hard evidence convinces the team the discovery of the lead cross may be the most historic find in North America.

08.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Unearthed

After months of tireless effort, Rick, Marty and the team begin the massive excavation at Smith's Cove and almost immediately strike gold.

09.00 River Hunters: Vikings

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

09.45 Digging for the Truth: Ramesses: Visions of Greatness

Ramesses II built soaring statues, grand temples, and monuments to himself throughout Egypt and declared himself a living god. Josh travels to Egypt to try his hand at stone masonry, and decodes the propaganda of the pharaohs.

10.30 Mystery Pickers: Lincoln's Letter

Dale and Blue examine whether a letter hidden behind a picture frame is a lost piece of Abraham Lincoln correspondence.

11.15 Serial Killer Earth: Avalanche Attack

Mother Nature unleashes a swarm of tornados on a group of storm chasers. A delivery driver in Japan gets swallowed by the deadliest tsunami in Japan's history. And finally, a massive avalanche barrels into a small town in Norway.

12.00 Fifth Gear: Visit to Poland

Tiff takes part in the Barborka Rally, which many famous rally stars have driven in the past. Speedway is huge in Poland and the team race against one of their stars in a classic restoration.

12.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Orders and Initiatives

Originally a Prisoner of War camp for Soviet soldiers, SS Commander Rudolf Höss oversaw the transition of Auschwitz from a political camp to a place to murder thousands of people.

13.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Precious Metal

New insights on Nolan Cross suggest a Templar connection to the Money Pit while emerging, hard evidence convinces the team the discovery of the lead cross may be the most historic find in North America.

14.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Unearthed

After months of tireless effort, Rick, Marty and the team begin the massive excavation at Smith's Cove and almost immediately strike gold.

15.00 River Hunters: Vikings

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

15.45 Digging for the Truth: Ramesses: Visions of Greatness

Ramesses II built soaring statues, grand temples, and monuments to himself throughout Egypt and declared himself a living god. Josh travels to Egypt to try his hand at stone masonry, and decodes the propaganda of the pharaohs.

16.30 Mystery Pickers: Lincoln's Letter

Dale and Blue examine whether a letter hidden behind a picture frame is a lost piece of Abraham Lincoln correspondence.

17.15 America's Book of Secrets: Serial Killers

This episode uncovers the psychological, biological and sociological make-up of these dangerous murderers.

18.00 Dogfights: Hell Over Hanoi

In the skies over Vietnam, US fighter aces Fred Olmsted and Dan Cherry took on Japanese MiG-21s. Climb into the cockpit for some of the fiercest fighting in Vietnam.

18.45 In Search Of Aliens: Nazi Time Travellers

A top-secret Nazi project - "Die Glocke," was believed to be a time travel device that could soar through the sky and eventually reach the speed of light and beyond. Did Die Glocke actually exist, and could it have been based on alien technology?

19.30 The Universe: Gravity

Gravity is the most powerful and exacting force in the universe. It is pervasive and penetrating. Gravity binds us together, its reach hangs stars in the sky and its grip crushes light.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Insects

Can insects that have inhabited Earth for hundreds of millions of years provide a link to extra-terrestrial beings?

21.00 PREMIERE Museum Men: Relaunching Apollo 13

The Museum of Science and Industry is looking to expand their space race exhibit, and they know just the team to help them do this: Creative Arts. The team agrees to build the iconic hero craft from the perilous Apollo 13 mission.

21.45 History of the Future: The Future of Work

This first episode starts in the city of Istanbul. Diego Rubio examines the story of the first Arabic printing press, banned by Ottoman emperors for four centuries to prevent the destruction of jobs.

22.30 Lost Worlds: Secret Cities of the A-Bomb

In 1939, a group of scientists warned FDR that Nazi Germany might be developing an atomic bomb. Roosevelt instantly issued an order: America had to make the first weapon. We recreate this hidden world of classified nuclear facilities.

23.15 America's Book of Secrets: Serial Killers

This episode uncovers the psychological, biological and sociological make-up of these dangerous murderers.

00.00 Dogfights: Hell Over Hanoi

In the skies over Vietnam, US fighter aces Fred Olmsted and Dan Cherry took on Japanese MiG-21s. Climb into the cockpit for some of the fiercest fighting in Vietnam.

00.45 In Search Of Aliens: Nazi Time Travellers

A top-secret Nazi project - "Die Glocke," was believed to be a time travel device that could soar through the sky and eventually reach the speed of light and beyond. Did Die Glocke actually exist, and could it have been based on alien technology?

01.30 The Universe: Gravity

Gravity is the most powerful and exacting force in the universe. It is pervasive and penetrating. Gravity binds us together, its reach hangs stars in the sky and its grip crushes light.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Insects

Can insects that have inhabited Earth for hundreds of millions of years provide a link to extra-terrestrial beings?

03.00 Museum Men: Relaunching Apollo 13

The Museum of Science and Industry is looking to expand their space race exhibit, and they know just the team to help them do this: Creative Arts. The team agrees to build the iconic hero craft from the perilous Apollo 13 mission.

03.45 History of the Future: The Future of Work

This first episode starts in the city of Istanbul. Diego Rubio examines the story of the first Arabic printing press, banned by Ottoman emperors for four centuries to prevent the destruction of jobs.

04.30 Lost Worlds: Secret Cities of the A-Bomb

In 1939, a group of scientists warned FDR that Nazi Germany might be developing an atomic bomb. Roosevelt instantly issued an order: America had to make the first weapon. We recreate this hidden world of classified nuclear facilities.

05.15 America's Book of Secrets: Serial Killers

This episode uncovers the psychological, biological and sociological make-up of these dangerous murderers.

Tuesday

1 December 2020

06.00 Dogfights: Hell Over Hanoi

In the skies over Vietnam, US fighter aces Fred Olmsted and Dan Cherry took on Japanese MiG-21s. Climb into the cockpit for some of the fiercest fighting in Vietnam.

06.45 In Search Of Aliens: Nazi Time Travellers

A top-secret Nazi project - "Die Glocke," was believed to be a time travel device that could soar through the sky and eventually reach the speed of light and beyond. Did Die Glocke actually exist, and could it have been based on alien technology?

07.30 The Universe: Gravity

Gravity is the most powerful and exacting force in the universe. It is pervasive and penetrating. Gravity binds us together, its reach hangs stars in the sky and its grip crushes light.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Insects

Can insects that have inhabited Earth for hundreds of millions of years provide a link to extra-terrestrial beings?

09.00 Museum Men: Relaunching Apollo 13

The Museum of Science and Industry is looking to expand their space race exhibit, and they know just the team to help them do this: Creative Arts. The team agrees to build the iconic hero craft from the perilous Apollo 13 mission.

09.45 History of the Future: The Future of Climate

This episode begins on the slopes of Mount Tambora, where a devastating 1815 eruption altered the planet's average temperature by two degrees and caused several natural and social catastrophes throughout the northern hemisphere.

10.30 Lost Worlds: Secret Cities of the A-Bomb

In 1939, a group of scientists warned FDR that Nazi Germany might be developing an atomic bomb. Roosevelt instantly issued an order: America had to make the first weapon. We recreate this hidden world of classified nuclear facilities.

11.15 America's Book of Secrets: Serial Killers

This episode uncovers the psychological, biological and sociological make-up of these dangerous murderers.

12.00 Dogfights: Hell Over Hanoi

In the skies over Vietnam, US fighter aces Fred Olmsted and Dan Cherry took on Japanese MiG-21s. Climb into the cockpit for some of the fiercest fighting in Vietnam.

12.45 In Search Of Aliens: Nazi Time Travellers

A top-secret Nazi project - "Die Glocke," was believed to be a time travel device that could soar through the sky and eventually reach the speed of light and beyond. Did Die Glocke actually exist, and could it have been based on alien technology?

13.30 The Universe: Gravity

Gravity is the most powerful and exacting force in the universe. It is pervasive and penetrating. Gravity binds us together, its reach hangs stars in the sky and its grip crushes light.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Insects

Can insects that have inhabited Earth for hundreds of millions of years provide a link to extra-terrestrial beings?

15.00 Museum Men: Relaunching Apollo 13

The Museum of Science and Industry is looking to expand their space race exhibit, and they know just the team to help them do this: Creative Arts. The team agrees to build the iconic hero craft from the perilous Apollo 13 mission.

15.45 History of the Future: The Future of Climate

This episode begins on the slopes of Mount Tambora, where a devastating 1815 eruption altered the planet's average temperature by two degrees and caused several natural and social catastrophes throughout the northern hemisphere.

16.30 Lost Worlds: Secret Cities of the A-Bomb

In 1939, a group of scientists warned FDR that Nazi Germany might be developing an atomic bomb. Roosevelt instantly issued an order: America had to make the first weapon. We recreate this hidden world of classified nuclear facilities.

17.15 America's Book of Secrets: Presidential Cover-Ups

America's Book of Secrets: Presidential Cover-Ups looks beyond the headlines to uncover the real stories behind the greatest White House scandals.

18.00 Dogfights: Dogfights of the Middle East

Climb into the cockpit of a Mirage III with the Israeli Air Force's first jet ace Giora Romm as he chases down two MiG-17s over the Suez Canal at dusk.

18.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Loch Ness

The Loch Ness Monster is one of the world's most enduring mysteries. Are these fantastic creatures leftover dinosaurs, mythical animals or something that travelled to Earth millions of years ago?

19.30 The Universe: Cosmic Apocalypse

The Universe as we know it is condemned to death. Space, matter and even time will one day cease to exist and there's nothing we can do about it. Harsh realities are revealed about the future of our Universe.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Breeders

Demonic seduction, hybrid offspring and strange abductions. In cultures throughout the world, there are tales of intimate encounters with otherworldly beings. But could these stories be more than just mythology?

21.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: The Monoliths

Ancient Astronaut theorist, Giorgio Tsoukalos, shares his insight on massive stone structures and strange, giant figures known as Monoliths. What compelled ancient man to move colossal stones and to build stone monuments all around the world?

21.45 Search for the Lost Giants: A Photo, A Tooth, The Truth?

The Vieira brothers travel to the Ozarks and make two possibly game-changing discoveries.

22.30 Lost Worlds: Atlantis

In the heart of the Mediterranean, a peaceful island explodes with devastating force - it will be the biggest volcanic eruption in three and a half thousand years of recorded history.

23.15 America's Book of Secrets: Presidential Cover-Ups

America's Book of Secrets: Presidential Cover-Ups looks beyond the headlines to uncover the real stories behind the greatest White House scandals.

00.00 Dogfights: Dogfights of the Middle East

Climb into the cockpit of a Mirage III with the Israeli Air Force's first jet ace Giora Romm as he chases down two MiG-17s over the Suez Canal at dusk.

00.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Loch Ness

The Loch Ness Monster is one of the world's most enduring mysteries. Are these fantastic creatures leftover dinosaurs, mythical animals or something that travelled to Earth millions of years ago?

01.30 The Universe: Cosmic Apocalypse

The Universe as we know it is condemned to death. Space, matter and even time will one day cease to exist and there's nothing we can do about it. Harsh realities are revealed about the future of our Universe.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Breeders

Demonic seduction, hybrid offspring and strange abductions. In cultures throughout the world, there are tales of intimate encounters with otherworldly beings. But could these stories be more than just mythology?

03.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: The Monoliths

Ancient Astronaut theorist, Giorgio Tsoukalos, shares his insight on massive stone structures and strange, giant figures known as Monoliths. What compelled ancient man to move colossal stones and to build stone monuments all around the world?

03.45 Search for the Lost Giants: A Photo, A Tooth, The Truth?

The Vieira brothers travel to the Ozarks and make two possibly game-changing discoveries.

04.30 Lost Worlds: Atlantis

In the heart of the Mediterranean, a peaceful island explodes with devastating force - it will be the biggest volcanic eruption in three and a half thousand years of recorded history.

05.15 America's Book of Secrets: Presidential Cover-Ups

America's Book of Secrets: Presidential Cover-Ups looks beyond the headlines to uncover the real stories behind the greatest White House scandals.

Wednesday

2 December 2020

06.00 Dogfights: Dogfights of the Middle East

Climb into the cockpit of a Mirage III with the Israeli Air Force's first jet ace Giora Romm as he chases down two MiG-17s over the Suez Canal at dusk.

06.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Loch Ness

The Loch Ness Monster is one of the world's most enduring mysteries. Are these fantastic creatures leftover dinosaurs, mythical animals or something that travelled to Earth millions of years ago?

07.30 The Universe: Cosmic Apocalypse

The Universe as we know it is condemned to death. Space, matter and even time will one day cease to exist and there's nothing we can do about it. Harsh realities are revealed about the future of our Universe.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Breeders

Demonic seduction, hybrid offspring and strange abductions. In cultures throughout the world, there are tales of intimate encounters with otherworldly beings. But could these stories be more than just mythology?

09.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: The Monoliths

Ancient Astronaut theorist, Giorgio Tsoukalos, shares his insight on massive stone structures and strange, giant figures known as Monoliths. What compelled ancient man to move colossal stones and to build stone monuments all around the world?

09.45 Search for the Lost Giants: A Photo, A Tooth, The Truth?

The Vieira brothers travel to the Ozarks and make two possibly game-changing discoveries.

10.30 Lost Worlds: Atlantis

In the heart of the Mediterranean, a peaceful island explodes with devastating force - it will be the biggest volcanic eruption in three and a half thousand years of recorded history.

11.15 America's Book of Secrets: Presidential Cover-Ups

America's Book of Secrets: Presidential Cover-Ups looks beyond the headlines to uncover the real stories behind the greatest White House scandals.

12.00 Dogfights: Dogfights of the Middle East

Climb into the cockpit of a Mirage III with the Israeli Air Force's first jet ace Giora Romm as he chases down two MiG-17s over the Suez Canal at dusk.

12.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Loch Ness

The Loch Ness Monster is one of the world's most enduring mysteries. Are these fantastic creatures leftover dinosaurs, mythical animals or something that travelled to Earth millions of years ago?

13.30 The Universe: Cosmic Apocalypse

The Universe as we know it is condemned to death. Space, matter and even time will one day cease to exist and there's nothing we can do about it. Harsh realities are revealed about the future of our Universe.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Breeders

Demonic seduction, hybrid offspring and strange abductions. In cultures throughout the world, there are tales of intimate encounters with otherworldly beings. But could these stories be more than just mythology?

15.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: The Monoliths

Ancient Astronaut theorist, Giorgio Tsoukalos, shares his insight on massive stone structures and strange, giant figures known as Monoliths. What compelled ancient man to move colossal stones and to build stone monuments all around the world?

15.45 Search for the Lost Giants: A Photo, A Tooth, The Truth?

The Vieira brothers travel to the Ozarks and make two possibly game-changing discoveries.

16.30 Lost Worlds: Atlantis

In the heart of the Mediterranean, a peaceful island explodes with devastating force - it will be the biggest volcanic eruption in three and a half thousand years of recorded history.

17.15 America's Book of Secrets: Hell's Angels

Get the real story about the Hells Angels from all sides: from motorcycle world insiders, club infiltrators to law enforcement officials.

18.00 Dogfights: Hunt for the Bismarck

Veteran pilots talk through every move of their spectacular air battles.

18.45 In Search Of Aliens: Searching for Bigfoot

In 1958, a bulldozer operator in California discovered 16-inch human-like footprints, and the legend of Bigfoot was born. Today, there are hundreds of reported sightings, but nowhere are the stories more prolific than in America's Pacific Northwest.

19.30 UFO Hunters: Invasion Illinois

Series examining UFO sightings, alien abductions and government cover-ups, beginning with an investigation into multiple sightings of bright lights in Illinois in 2004.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: The Reptilians

The Reptilian alien is a fixture of science-fiction, from HP Lovecraft's tales of Valusians to the Cardassians in Star Trek. Could ancient myths about reptilian creatures provide evidence that they are more than just a pop-culture creation?

21.00 River Hunters: Hadrian's Wall

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

21.45 Private Lives: Private Lives Of The Tsars

This episodes examines Peter the Great's penchant for collecting the preserved remains of deformed babies, as well as practicing unlicensed dentistry on his servants.

22.30 Lost Worlds: The First Christians

An epic journey to the places that heard the word of St Paul and inspired the birth of Christianity.

23.15 America's Book of Secrets: Hell's Angels

Get the real story about the Hells Angels from all sides: from motorcycle world insiders, club infiltrators to law enforcement officials.

00.00 Dogfights: Hunt for the Bismarck

Veteran pilots talk through every move of their spectacular air battles.

00.45 In Search Of Aliens: Searching for Bigfoot

In 1958, a bulldozer operator in California discovered 16-inch human-like footprints, and the legend of Bigfoot was born. Today, there are hundreds of reported sightings, but nowhere are the stories more prolific than in America's Pacific Northwest.

01.30 UFO Hunters: Invasion Illinois

Series examining UFO sightings, alien abductions and government cover-ups, beginning with an investigation into multiple sightings of bright lights in Illinois in 2004.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: The Reptilians

The Reptilian alien is a fixture of science-fiction, from HP Lovecraft's tales of Valusians to the Cardassians in Star Trek. Could ancient myths about reptilian creatures provide evidence that they are more than just a pop-culture creation?

03.00 River Hunters: Hadrian's Wall

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

03.45 Private Lives: Private Lives Of The Tsars

This episodes examines Peter the Great's penchant for collecting the preserved remains of deformed babies, as well as practicing unlicensed dentistry on his servants.

04.30 Lost Worlds: The First Christians

An epic journey to the places that heard the word of St Paul and inspired the birth of Christianity.

05.15 America's Book of Secrets: Hell's Angels

Get the real story about the Hells Angels from all sides: from motorcycle world insiders, club infiltrators to law enforcement officials.

Thursday

3 December 2020

06.00 Dogfights: Hunt for the Bismarck

Veteran pilots talk through every move of their spectacular air battles.

06.45 In Search Of Aliens: Searching for Bigfoot

In 1958, a bulldozer operator in California discovered 16-inch human-like footprints, and the legend of Bigfoot was born. Today, there are hundreds of reported sightings, but nowhere are the stories more prolific than in America's Pacific Northwest.

07.30 UFO Hunters: Invasion Illinois

Series examining UFO sightings, alien abductions and government cover-ups, beginning with an investigation into multiple sightings of bright lights in Illinois in 2004.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: The Reptilians

The Reptilian alien is a fixture of science-fiction, from HP Lovecraft's tales of Valusians to the Cardassians in Star Trek. Could ancient myths about reptilian creatures provide evidence that they are more than just a pop-culture creation?

09.00 River Hunters: Hadrian's Wall

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

09.45 Private Lives: Private Lives Of The Tsars

This episodes examines Peter the Great's penchant for collecting the preserved remains of deformed babies, as well as practicing unlicensed dentistry on his servants.

10.30 Lost Worlds: The First Christians

An epic journey to the places that heard the word of St Paul and inspired the birth of Christianity.

11.15 America's Book of Secrets: Hell's Angels

Get the real story about the Hells Angels from all sides: from motorcycle world insiders, club infiltrators to law enforcement officials.

12.00 Dogfights: Hunt for the Bismarck

Veteran pilots talk through every move of their spectacular air battles.

12.45 In Search Of Aliens: Searching for Bigfoot

In 1958, a bulldozer operator in California discovered 16-inch human-like footprints, and the legend of Bigfoot was born. Today, there are hundreds of reported sightings, but nowhere are the stories more prolific than in America's Pacific Northwest.

13.30 UFO Hunters: Invasion Illinois

Series examining UFO sightings, alien abductions and government cover-ups, beginning with an investigation into multiple sightings of bright lights in Illinois in 2004.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: The Reptilians

The Reptilian alien is a fixture of science-fiction, from HP Lovecraft's tales of Valusians to the Cardassians in Star Trek. Could ancient myths about reptilian creatures provide evidence that they are more than just a pop-culture creation?

15.00 River Hunters: Hadrian's Wall

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

15.45 Private Lives: Private Lives Of The Tsars

This episodes examines Peter the Great's penchant for collecting the preserved remains of deformed babies, as well as practicing unlicensed dentistry on his servants.

16.30 Lost Worlds: The First Christians

An epic journey to the places that heard the word of St Paul and inspired the birth of Christianity.

17.15 Memories of D-Day: Episode 1

6 June 1944: Operation Overlord begins. Discover D-Day through the eyes of the British Soldiers. In this film, photographs collected by four soldiers allow us to better understand the battle that occurred while reconquering occupied territory.

18.00 Dogfights: Long Odds

Climb into the cockpit for some of the most intense dogfights in history, including WWII bomber aces Swede Vejtasa and Jay Zimmer's battles against Japanese Zeroes.

18.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of the Cyclops

The mysterious Mediterranean island of Malta lies south of Sicily and is home to megalithic structures built by a mysterious prehistoric society. Who were the people that built these sophisticated structures?

19.30 UFO Hunters: Heartland Explosion

The team finds new evidence concerning the strange booms and menacing orange lights that panicked people in Indiana in 2008, upending theories that it was a military jet.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens & Superheroes

From the beginning of recorded history there have been stories about beings with superhuman strength, super-sonic speed and supernatural abilities. Is it possible that these stories are based on extra-terrestrial beings that once lived on Earth?

21.00 PREMIERE Brand New & Exclusive: Digging for the Truth: Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Inca

In 1911, explorer Hiram Bingham stumbled across a remote Inca city atop a high peak in the Andes. The site was called Machu Picchu - perhaps the most famous ruin in the world.

21.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Orders and Initiatives

Originally a Prisoner of War camp for Soviet soldiers, SS Commander Rudolf Höss oversaw the transition of Auschwitz from a political camp to a place to murder thousands of people.

22.30 Lost Worlds: The Pagans

A team of field investigators uncover the clues that will recreate vanished or hidden worlds. They use the latest research, expert analysis and cutting-edge graphics technology to take us back.

23.15 Memories of D-Day: Episode 1

6 June 1944: Operation Overlord begins. Discover D-Day through the eyes of the British Soldiers. In this film, photographs collected by four soldiers allow us to better understand the battle that occurred while reconquering occupied territory.

00.00 Dogfights: Long Odds

Climb into the cockpit for some of the most intense dogfights in history, including WWII bomber aces Swede Vejtasa and Jay Zimmer's battles against Japanese Zeroes.

00.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of the Cyclops

The mysterious Mediterranean island of Malta lies south of Sicily and is home to megalithic structures built by a mysterious prehistoric society. Who were the people that built these sophisticated structures?

01.30 UFO Hunters: Heartland Explosion

The team finds new evidence concerning the strange booms and menacing orange lights that panicked people in Indiana in 2008, upending theories that it was a military jet.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens & Superheroes

From the beginning of recorded history there have been stories about beings with superhuman strength, super-sonic speed and supernatural abilities. Is it possible that these stories are based on extra-terrestrial beings that once lived on Earth?

03.00 Digging for the Truth: Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Inca

In 1911, explorer Hiram Bingham stumbled across a remote Inca city atop a high peak in the Andes. The site was called Machu Picchu - perhaps the most famous ruin in the world.

03.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Orders and Initiatives

Originally a Prisoner of War camp for Soviet soldiers, SS Commander Rudolf Höss oversaw the transition of Auschwitz from a political camp to a place to murder thousands of people.

04.30 Lost Worlds: The Pagans

A team of field investigators uncover the clues that will recreate vanished or hidden worlds. They use the latest research, expert analysis and cutting-edge graphics technology to take us back.

05.15 Memories of D-Day: Episode 1

6 June 1944: Operation Overlord begins. Discover D-Day through the eyes of the British Soldiers. In this film, photographs collected by four soldiers allow us to better understand the battle that occurred while reconquering occupied territory.

Friday

4 December 2020

06.00 Dogfights: Long Odds

Climb into the cockpit for some of the most intense dogfights in history, including WWII bomber aces Swede Vejtasa and Jay Zimmer's battles against Japanese Zeroes.

06.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of the Cyclops

The mysterious Mediterranean island of Malta lies south of Sicily and is home to megalithic structures built by a mysterious prehistoric society. Who were the people that built these sophisticated structures?

07.30 UFO Hunters: Heartland Explosion

The team finds new evidence concerning the strange booms and menacing orange lights that panicked people in Indiana in 2008, upending theories that it was a military jet.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens & Superheroes

From the beginning of recorded history there have been stories about beings with superhuman strength, super-sonic speed and supernatural abilities. Is it possible that these stories are based on extra-terrestrial beings that once lived on Earth?

09.00 Digging for the Truth: Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Inca

In 1911, explorer Hiram Bingham stumbled across a remote Inca city atop a high peak in the Andes. The site was called Machu Picchu - perhaps the most famous ruin in the world.

09.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Orders and Initiatives

Originally a Prisoner of War camp for Soviet soldiers, SS Commander Rudolf Höss oversaw the transition of Auschwitz from a political camp to a place to murder thousands of people.

10.30 Lost Worlds: The Pagans

A team of field investigators uncover the clues that will recreate vanished or hidden worlds. They use the latest research, expert analysis and cutting-edge graphics technology to take us back.

11.15 Memories of D-Day: Episode 1

6 June 1944: Operation Overlord begins. Discover D-Day through the eyes of the British Soldiers. In this film, photographs collected by four soldiers allow us to better understand the battle that occurred while reconquering occupied territory.

12.00 Dogfights: Long Odds

Climb into the cockpit for some of the most intense dogfights in history, including WWII bomber aces Swede Vejtasa and Jay Zimmer's battles against Japanese Zeroes.

12.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of the Cyclops

The mysterious Mediterranean island of Malta lies south of Sicily and is home to megalithic structures built by a mysterious prehistoric society. Who were the people that built these sophisticated structures?

13.30 UFO Hunters: Heartland Explosion

The team finds new evidence concerning the strange booms and menacing orange lights that panicked people in Indiana in 2008, upending theories that it was a military jet.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens & Superheroes

From the beginning of recorded history there have been stories about beings with superhuman strength, super-sonic speed and supernatural abilities. Is it possible that these stories are based on extra-terrestrial beings that once lived on Earth?

15.00 Digging for the Truth: Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Inca

In 1911, explorer Hiram Bingham stumbled across a remote Inca city atop a high peak in the Andes. The site was called Machu Picchu - perhaps the most famous ruin in the world.

15.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Orders and Initiatives

Originally a Prisoner of War camp for Soviet soldiers, SS Commander Rudolf Höss oversaw the transition of Auschwitz from a political camp to a place to murder thousands of people.

16.30 Lost Worlds: The Pagans

A team of field investigators uncover the clues that will recreate vanished or hidden worlds. They use the latest research, expert analysis and cutting-edge graphics technology to take us back.

17.15 Decoding the Past: Templar Code: Crusade for Secrecy

The Knights Templar were an unstoppable Crusader militia for nearly two centuries, their actions shrouded in secrecy. What happened to them?

18.00 Patton 360: Rogue General

Patton ignores orders and pushes into the Sicilian capital without his British allies. Then he slaps two of his soldiers, risking his chance of ever commanding troops again.

18.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Puma Punku

The ancient ruins of Puma Punku have mystified archaeologists ever since their discovery hundreds of years ago. Is it possible that the ruins of Puma Punku offer evidence of advanced technology being used in the ancient past?

19.30 UFO Hunters: UFO Emergency

Investigation into a huge pulsating light spotted in the sky near Ohio in 1994. A radar operator describes what he saw, explaining he had "never seen anything move so fast".

20.15 Ancient Aliens: The Tesla Experiment

One of the most prolific inventors of the 20th century, Nikola Tesla shepherded mankind to a new industrial era and laid the groundwork for today's technological age. Is it possible that he was influenced by some otherworldly design?

21.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 5

Tiff Needell and motoring journalist Chris Harris put two track-focused supercars through their paces – the Ferrari 458 Speciale and the Porsche 911 GT3. Tests involving agility, road manners and head-to-head racing will decide which is best.

21.45 The Treasure Hunters: Episode 1

Ellie Harrison and Dallas Campbell journey around the globe on the ultimate treasure hunt. Ellie ventures down one of the deepest gold mines in the world.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: Beneath Vesuvius: Naples

Naples is a time capsule of ancient life, with banks, bakeries and even Nero's famous stage hidden under the streets and in the caverns of Vesuvius.

23.15 Decoding the Past: Templar Code: Crusade for Secrecy

The Knights Templar were an unstoppable Crusader militia for nearly two centuries, their actions shrouded in secrecy. What happened to them?

00.00 Patton 360: Rogue General

Patton ignores orders and pushes into the Sicilian capital without his British allies. Then he slaps two of his soldiers, risking his chance of ever commanding troops again.

00.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Puma Punku

The ancient ruins of Puma Punku have mystified archaeologists ever since their discovery hundreds of years ago. Is it possible that the ruins of Puma Punku offer evidence of advanced technology being used in the ancient past?

01.30 UFO Hunters: UFO Emergency

Investigation into a huge pulsating light spotted in the sky near Ohio in 1994. A radar operator describes what he saw, explaining he had "never seen anything move so fast".

02.15 Ancient Aliens: The Tesla Experiment

One of the most prolific inventors of the 20th century, Nikola Tesla shepherded mankind to a new industrial era and laid the groundwork for today's technological age. Is it possible that he was influenced by some otherworldly design?

03.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 5

Tiff Needell and motoring journalist Chris Harris put two track-focused supercars through their paces – the Ferrari 458 Speciale and the Porsche 911 GT3. Tests involving agility, road manners and head-to-head racing will decide which is best.

03.45 The Treasure Hunters: Episode 1

Ellie Harrison and Dallas Campbell journey around the globe on the ultimate treasure hunt. Ellie ventures down one of the deepest gold mines in the world.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: Beneath Vesuvius: Naples

Naples is a time capsule of ancient life, with banks, bakeries and even Nero's famous stage hidden under the streets and in the caverns of Vesuvius.

05.15 Decoding the Past: Templar Code: Crusade for Secrecy

The Knights Templar were an unstoppable Crusader militia for nearly two centuries, their actions shrouded in secrecy. What happened to them?

Saturday

5 December 2020

06.00 Patton 360: Rogue General

Patton ignores orders and pushes into the Sicilian capital without his British allies. Then he slaps two of his soldiers, risking his chance of ever commanding troops again.

06.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Puma Punku

The ancient ruins of Puma Punku have mystified archaeologists ever since their discovery hundreds of years ago. Is it possible that the ruins of Puma Punku offer evidence of advanced technology being used in the ancient past?

07.30 UFO Hunters: UFO Emergency

Investigation into a huge pulsating light spotted in the sky near Ohio in 1994. A radar operator describes what he saw, explaining he had "never seen anything move so fast".

08.15 Ancient Aliens: The Tesla Experiment

One of the most prolific inventors of the 20th century, Nikola Tesla shepherded mankind to a new industrial era and laid the groundwork for today's technological age. Is it possible that he was influenced by some otherworldly design?

09.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 5

Tiff Needell and motoring journalist Chris Harris put two track-focused supercars through their paces – the Ferrari 458 Speciale and the Porsche 911 GT3. Tests involving agility, road manners and head-to-head racing will decide which is best.

09.45 The Treasure Hunters: Episode 1

Ellie Harrison and Dallas Campbell journey around the globe on the ultimate treasure hunt. Ellie ventures down one of the deepest gold mines in the world.

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: Beneath Vesuvius: Naples

Naples is a time capsule of ancient life, with banks, bakeries and even Nero's famous stage hidden under the streets and in the caverns of Vesuvius.

11.15 Decoding the Past: Templar Code: Crusade for Secrecy

The Knights Templar were an unstoppable Crusader militia for nearly two centuries, their actions shrouded in secrecy. What happened to them?

12.00 Patton 360: Rogue General

Patton ignores orders and pushes into the Sicilian capital without his British allies. Then he slaps two of his soldiers, risking his chance of ever commanding troops again.

12.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Puma Punku

The ancient ruins of Puma Punku have mystified archaeologists ever since their discovery hundreds of years ago. Is it possible that the ruins of Puma Punku offer evidence of advanced technology being used in the ancient past?

13.30 UFO Hunters: UFO Emergency

Investigation into a huge pulsating light spotted in the sky near Ohio in 1994. A radar operator describes what he saw, explaining he had "never seen anything move so fast".

14.15 Ancient Aliens: The Tesla Experiment

One of the most prolific inventors of the 20th century, Nikola Tesla shepherded mankind to a new industrial era and laid the groundwork for today's technological age. Is it possible that he was influenced by some otherworldly design?

15.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 5

Tiff Needell and motoring journalist Chris Harris put two track-focused supercars through their paces – the Ferrari 458 Speciale and the Porsche 911 GT3. Tests involving agility, road manners and head-to-head racing will decide which is best.

15.45 The Treasure Hunters: Episode 1

Ellie Harrison and Dallas Campbell journey around the globe on the ultimate treasure hunt. Ellie ventures down one of the deepest gold mines in the world.

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: Beneath Vesuvius: Naples

Naples is a time capsule of ancient life, with banks, bakeries and even Nero's famous stage hidden under the streets and in the caverns of Vesuvius.

17.15 In Search Of Aliens: The Hunt for Atlantis

Ever since Plato first wrote about the mysterious island of Atlantis, it has captured the imagination of adventurers and academics alike. Was Atlantis merely a myth, or could it have actually existed in the remote past?

18.00 Cities of the Underworld: Underground Bootleggers: Portland

Slave tunnels, gambling dens and opium runners: welcome to the dark, 100 year-old underworld history of Portland, Oregon, famous for being a city full of vice.

18.45 Cities of the Underworld: Real Mafia Underground: Sicily

Join host Don Wildman as he travels to Sicily to trace the mafia's roots back to when they were a vigilante secret society in an underground network.

19.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Rock Solid

After years of searching, the team may have located a previously discovered artefact that has been missing for more than a century. In Smith's Cove, the Laginas struggle to hold back the waters.

21.00 PREMIERE Brand New & Exclusive: The Lowe Files: Haunted Boy's Reformatory

Rob Lowe and his sons, Matthew and John Owen, are going to Ione, California, home to the supposedly haunted Preston Castle – once America’s most infamous boys’ reformatory. They'll spend the night in the castle and investigate the stories first-hand.

21.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Holy Men

Exploring the legend of 'Pope Joan', how Pope Gregory turned the persecution of heretics into an art form during the Inquisition of 1232, and the murder, greed and excesses of the Borgias.

22.30 History of the Future: The Future of Climate

This episode begins on the slopes of Mount Tambora, where a devastating 1815 eruption altered the planet's average temperature by two degrees and caused several natural and social catastrophes throughout the northern hemisphere.

23.15 In Search Of Aliens: The Hunt for Atlantis

Ever since Plato first wrote about the mysterious island of Atlantis, it has captured the imagination of adventurers and academics alike. Was Atlantis merely a myth, or could it have actually existed in the remote past?

00.00 Cities of the Underworld: Underground Bootleggers: Portland

Slave tunnels, gambling dens and opium runners: welcome to the dark, 100 year-old underworld history of Portland, Oregon, famous for being a city full of vice.

00.45 Cities of the Underworld: Real Mafia Underground: Sicily

Join host Don Wildman as he travels to Sicily to trace the mafia's roots back to when they were a vigilante secret society in an underground network.

01.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Rock Solid

After years of searching, the team may have located a previously discovered artefact that has been missing for more than a century. In Smith's Cove, the Laginas struggle to hold back the waters.

03.00 The Lowe Files: Haunted Boy's Reformatory

Rob Lowe and his sons, Matthew and John Owen, are going to Ione, California, home to the supposedly haunted Preston Castle – once America’s most infamous boys’ reformatory. They'll spend the night in the castle and investigate the stories first-hand.

03.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Holy Men

Exploring the legend of 'Pope Joan', how Pope Gregory turned the persecution of heretics into an art form during the Inquisition of 1232, and the murder, greed and excesses of the Borgias.

04.30 History of the Future: The Future of Climate

This episode begins on the slopes of Mount Tambora, where a devastating 1815 eruption altered the planet's average temperature by two degrees and caused several natural and social catastrophes throughout the northern hemisphere.

05.15 In Search Of Aliens: The Hunt for Atlantis

Ever since Plato first wrote about the mysterious island of Atlantis, it has captured the imagination of adventurers and academics alike. Was Atlantis merely a myth, or could it have actually existed in the remote past?

Sunday

6 December 2020

06.00 Cities of the Underworld: Underground Bootleggers: Portland

Slave tunnels, gambling dens and opium runners: welcome to the dark, 100 year-old underworld history of Portland, Oregon, famous for being a city full of vice.

06.45 Cities of the Underworld: Real Mafia Underground: Sicily

Join host Don Wildman as he travels to Sicily to trace the mafia's roots back to when they were a vigilante secret society in an underground network.

07.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Rock Solid

After years of searching, the team may have located a previously discovered artefact that has been missing for more than a century. In Smith's Cove, the Laginas struggle to hold back the waters.

09.00 The Lowe Files: Haunted Boy's Reformatory

Rob Lowe and his sons, Matthew and John Owen, are going to Ione, California, home to the supposedly haunted Preston Castle – once America’s most infamous boys’ reformatory. They'll spend the night in the castle and investigate the stories first-hand.

09.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Holy Men

Exploring the legend of 'Pope Joan', how Pope Gregory turned the persecution of heretics into an art form during the Inquisition of 1232, and the murder, greed and excesses of the Borgias.

10.30 History of the Future: The Future of Climate

This episode begins on the slopes of Mount Tambora, where a devastating 1815 eruption altered the planet's average temperature by two degrees and caused several natural and social catastrophes throughout the northern hemisphere.

11.15 In Search Of Aliens: The Hunt for Atlantis

Ever since Plato first wrote about the mysterious island of Atlantis, it has captured the imagination of adventurers and academics alike. Was Atlantis merely a myth, or could it have actually existed in the remote past?

12.00 Cities of the Underworld: Underground Bootleggers: Portland

Slave tunnels, gambling dens and opium runners: welcome to the dark, 100 year-old underworld history of Portland, Oregon, famous for being a city full of vice.

12.45 Cities of the Underworld: Real Mafia Underground: Sicily

Join host Don Wildman as he travels to Sicily to trace the mafia's roots back to when they were a vigilante secret society in an underground network.

13.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Rock Solid

After years of searching, the team may have located a previously discovered artefact that has been missing for more than a century. In Smith's Cove, the Laginas struggle to hold back the waters.

15.00 The Lowe Files: Haunted Boy's Reformatory

Rob Lowe and his sons, Matthew and John Owen, are going to Ione, California, home to the supposedly haunted Preston Castle – once America’s most infamous boys’ reformatory. They'll spend the night in the castle and investigate the stories first-hand.

15.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Holy Men

Exploring the legend of 'Pope Joan', how Pope Gregory turned the persecution of heretics into an art form during the Inquisition of 1232, and the murder, greed and excesses of the Borgias.

16.30 History of the Future: The Future of Climate

This episode begins on the slopes of Mount Tambora, where a devastating 1815 eruption altered the planet's average temperature by two degrees and caused several natural and social catastrophes throughout the northern hemisphere.

17.15 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado in Aisle 12

Mother Nature attacks Gulf Coast residents with the worst hurricane in US history; a tornado rips through a hardware store, turning merchandise into lethal weapons; and in Haiti, a monstrous earthquake claims countless victims.

18.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 5

Tiff Needell and motoring journalist Chris Harris put two track-focused supercars through their paces – the Ferrari 458 Speciale and the Porsche 911 GT3. Tests involving agility, road manners and head-to-head racing will decide which is best.

18.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Factories of Death

With the increase in killing at Auschwitz and nearby Treblinka, some people showed tremendous courage, like German officer Albert Battel risking his life to save detainees.

19.30 The Curse of Oak Island: As Above, So Below

New evidence uncovered at Smith's Cove brings the fellowship closer to deciphering the purpose of the mysterious "u" shaped structure, and a previously undiscovered formation may lead them to the island's elusive, legendary flood tunnels.

20.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Fingers Made of Stone

A mysterious, carved stone discovered at the money pit suggests an early Viking presence on Oak Island, and at Smith's Cove, the team may have finally discovered the elusive Oak Island box drains.

21.00 River Hunters: Hadrian's Wall

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

21.45 Digging for the Truth: Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Inca

In 1911, explorer Hiram Bingham stumbled across a remote Inca city atop a high peak in the Andes. The site was called Machu Picchu - perhaps the most famous ruin in the world.

22.30 Mystery Pickers: A Viking And A Curse

The guys look at two objects that may be worth big money - if they're not cursed. Plus, they examine a mysterious object saved from the destruction of Hurricane Katrina, and an alleged Viking drinking horn.

23.15 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado in Aisle 12

Mother Nature attacks Gulf Coast residents with the worst hurricane in US history; a tornado rips through a hardware store, turning merchandise into lethal weapons; and in Haiti, a monstrous earthquake claims countless victims.

00.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 5

Tiff Needell and motoring journalist Chris Harris put two track-focused supercars through their paces – the Ferrari 458 Speciale and the Porsche 911 GT3. Tests involving agility, road manners and head-to-head racing will decide which is best.

00.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Factories of Death

With the increase in killing at Auschwitz and nearby Treblinka, some people showed tremendous courage, like German officer Albert Battel risking his life to save detainees.

01.30 The Curse of Oak Island: As Above, So Below

New evidence uncovered at Smith's Cove brings the fellowship closer to deciphering the purpose of the mysterious "u" shaped structure, and a previously undiscovered formation may lead them to the island's elusive, legendary flood tunnels.

02.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Fingers Made of Stone

A mysterious, carved stone discovered at the money pit suggests an early Viking presence on Oak Island, and at Smith's Cove, the team may have finally discovered the elusive Oak Island box drains.

03.00 River Hunters: Hadrian's Wall

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

03.45 Digging for the Truth: Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Inca

In 1911, explorer Hiram Bingham stumbled across a remote Inca city atop a high peak in the Andes. The site was called Machu Picchu - perhaps the most famous ruin in the world.

04.30 Mystery Pickers: A Viking And A Curse

The guys look at two objects that may be worth big money - if they're not cursed. Plus, they examine a mysterious object saved from the destruction of Hurricane Katrina, and an alleged Viking drinking horn.

05.15 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado in Aisle 12

Mother Nature attacks Gulf Coast residents with the worst hurricane in US history; a tornado rips through a hardware store, turning merchandise into lethal weapons; and in Haiti, a monstrous earthquake claims countless victims.

Monday

7 December 2020

06.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 5

Tiff Needell and motoring journalist Chris Harris put two track-focused supercars through their paces – the Ferrari 458 Speciale and the Porsche 911 GT3. Tests involving agility, road manners and head-to-head racing will decide which is best.

06.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Factories of Death

With the increase in killing at Auschwitz and nearby Treblinka, some people showed tremendous courage, like German officer Albert Battel risking his life to save detainees.

07.30 The Curse of Oak Island: As Above, So Below

New evidence uncovered at Smith's Cove brings the fellowship closer to deciphering the purpose of the mysterious "u" shaped structure, and a previously undiscovered formation may lead them to the island's elusive, legendary flood tunnels.

08.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Fingers Made of Stone

A mysterious, carved stone discovered at the money pit suggests an early Viking presence on Oak Island, and at Smith's Cove, the team may have finally discovered the elusive Oak Island box drains.

09.00 River Hunters: Hadrian's Wall

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

09.45 Digging for the Truth: Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Inca

In 1911, explorer Hiram Bingham stumbled across a remote Inca city atop a high peak in the Andes. The site was called Machu Picchu - perhaps the most famous ruin in the world.

10.30 Mystery Pickers: A Viking And A Curse

The guys look at two objects that may be worth big money - if they're not cursed. Plus, they examine a mysterious object saved from the destruction of Hurricane Katrina, and an alleged Viking drinking horn.

11.15 Serial Killer Earth: Tornado in Aisle 12

Mother Nature attacks Gulf Coast residents with the worst hurricane in US history; a tornado rips through a hardware store, turning merchandise into lethal weapons; and in Haiti, a monstrous earthquake claims countless victims.

12.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 5

Tiff Needell and motoring journalist Chris Harris put two track-focused supercars through their paces – the Ferrari 458 Speciale and the Porsche 911 GT3. Tests involving agility, road manners and head-to-head racing will decide which is best.

12.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Factories of Death

With the increase in killing at Auschwitz and nearby Treblinka, some people showed tremendous courage, like German officer Albert Battel risking his life to save detainees.

13.30 The Curse of Oak Island: As Above, So Below

New evidence uncovered at Smith's Cove brings the fellowship closer to deciphering the purpose of the mysterious "u" shaped structure, and a previously undiscovered formation may lead them to the island's elusive, legendary flood tunnels.

14.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Fingers Made of Stone

A mysterious, carved stone discovered at the money pit suggests an early Viking presence on Oak Island, and at Smith's Cove, the team may have finally discovered the elusive Oak Island box drains.

15.00 River Hunters: Hadrian's Wall

River Hunters sees Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live, including Roman Briton and the War of the Roses.

15.45 Digging for the Truth: Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Inca

In 1911, explorer Hiram Bingham stumbled across a remote Inca city atop a high peak in the Andes. The site was called Machu Picchu - perhaps the most famous ruin in the world.

16.30 Mystery Pickers: A Viking And A Curse

The guys look at two objects that may be worth big money - if they're not cursed. Plus, they examine a mysterious object saved from the destruction of Hurricane Katrina, and an alleged Viking drinking horn.

17.15 Decoding the Past: Templar Code: The Quest for Templar Treasure

The Militia of Christ; God's special forces. The Medieval Knights Templar were capitalists, traders, and bankers, creating a hierarchy still followed by multi-national super-powers. What happened to the Templar treasure they were said to possess?

18.00 Patton 360: American Blitzkrieg

Marred by recent misconduct, Patton is assigned to a fictitious army as part of a ruse to fool the Germans. He then leads one of his famously fast armoured attacks.

18.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Founding of America

The architecture in Washington DC was inspired by the ancient world. But is it possible that the designs and philosophies enshrined in the streets of the US capital were influenced by an otherworldly source?

19.30 UFO Hunters: First Contact

Experts investigate the alleged crash of an alien craft in Texas in 1897, debris of which was reportedly thrown down a well while an alien body was buried in a local graveyard.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Encounters

Ancient Aliens explores the controversial theory that extra-terrestrials have visited Earth for millions of years.

21.00 PREMIERE Brand New & Exclusive: Museum Men: Unearthing King Tut

Creative Arts is tasked with one of their biggest builds to date, creating an all-new exhibit around the museum's own Egyptian mummy, the Lady of the Nile.

21.45 History of the Future: The Future of Work

This first episode starts in the city of Istanbul. Diego Rubio examines the story of the first Arabic printing press, banned by Ottoman emperors for four centuries to prevent the destruction of jobs.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: Catacombs of Death: Paris

An alternative world thrives in the shadows of this capital 'city of lights'. Host Eric Geller has special access to this dark underworld, where both the secrets of the living and the sins of the dead are revealed.

23.15 Decoding the Past: Templar Code: The Quest for Templar Treasure

The Militia of Christ; God's special forces. The Medieval Knights Templar were capitalists, traders, and bankers, creating a hierarchy still followed by multi-national super-powers. What happened to the Templar treasure they were said to possess?

00.00 Patton 360: American Blitzkrieg

Marred by recent misconduct, Patton is assigned to a fictitious army as part of a ruse to fool the Germans. He then leads one of his famously fast armoured attacks.

00.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Founding of America

The architecture in Washington DC was inspired by the ancient world. But is it possible that the designs and philosophies enshrined in the streets of the US capital were influenced by an otherworldly source?

01.30 UFO Hunters: First Contact

Experts investigate the alleged crash of an alien craft in Texas in 1897, debris of which was reportedly thrown down a well while an alien body was buried in a local graveyard.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Encounters

Ancient Aliens explores the controversial theory that extra-terrestrials have visited Earth for millions of years.

03.00 Museum Men: Unearthing King Tut

Creative Arts is tasked with one of their biggest builds to date, creating an all-new exhibit around the museum's own Egyptian mummy, the Lady of the Nile.

03.45 History of the Future: The Future of Work

This first episode starts in the city of Istanbul. Diego Rubio examines the story of the first Arabic printing press, banned by Ottoman emperors for four centuries to prevent the destruction of jobs.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: Catacombs of Death: Paris

An alternative world thrives in the shadows of this capital 'city of lights'. Host Eric Geller has special access to this dark underworld, where both the secrets of the living and the sins of the dead are revealed.

05.15 Decoding the Past: Templar Code: The Quest for Templar Treasure

The Militia of Christ; God's special forces. The Medieval Knights Templar were capitalists, traders, and bankers, creating a hierarchy still followed by multi-national super-powers. What happened to the Templar treasure they were said to possess?

Tuesday

8 December 2020

06.00 Patton 360: American Blitzkrieg

Marred by recent misconduct, Patton is assigned to a fictitious army as part of a ruse to fool the Germans. He then leads one of his famously fast armoured attacks.

06.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Founding of America

The architecture in Washington DC was inspired by the ancient world. But is it possible that the designs and philosophies enshrined in the streets of the US capital were influenced by an otherworldly source?

07.30 UFO Hunters: First Contact

Experts investigate the alleged crash of an alien craft in Texas in 1897, debris of which was reportedly thrown down a well while an alien body was buried in a local graveyard.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Encounters

Ancient Aliens explores the controversial theory that extra-terrestrials have visited Earth for millions of years.

09.00 Museum Men: Unearthing King Tut

Creative Arts is tasked with one of their biggest builds to date, creating an all-new exhibit around the museum's own Egyptian mummy, the Lady of the Nile.

09.45 History of the Future: The Future of Work

This first episode starts in the city of Istanbul. Diego Rubio examines the story of the first Arabic printing press, banned by Ottoman emperors for four centuries to prevent the destruction of jobs.

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: Catacombs of Death: Paris

An alternative world thrives in the shadows of this capital 'city of lights'. Host Eric Geller has special access to this dark underworld, where both the secrets of the living and the sins of the dead are revealed.

11.15 Decoding the Past: Templar Code: The Quest for Templar Treasure

The Militia of Christ; God's special forces. The Medieval Knights Templar were capitalists, traders, and bankers, creating a hierarchy still followed by multi-national super-powers. What happened to the Templar treasure they were said to possess?

12.00 Patton 360: American Blitzkrieg

Marred by recent misconduct, Patton is assigned to a fictitious army as part of a ruse to fool the Germans. He then leads one of his famously fast armoured attacks.

12.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Founding of America

The architecture in Washington DC was inspired by the ancient world. But is it possible that the designs and philosophies enshrined in the streets of the US capital were influenced by an otherworldly source?

13.30 UFO Hunters: First Contact

Experts investigate the alleged crash of an alien craft in Texas in 1897, debris of which was reportedly thrown down a well while an alien body was buried in a local graveyard.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Encounters

Ancient Aliens explores the controversial theory that extra-terrestrials have visited Earth for millions of years.

15.00 Museum Men: Unearthing King Tut

Creative Arts is tasked with one of their biggest builds to date, creating an all-new exhibit around the museum's own Egyptian mummy, the Lady of the Nile.

15.45 History of the Future: The Future of Work

This first episode starts in the city of Istanbul. Diego Rubio examines the story of the first Arabic printing press, banned by Ottoman emperors for four centuries to prevent the destruction of jobs.

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: Catacombs of Death: Paris

An alternative world thrives in the shadows of this capital 'city of lights'. Host Eric Geller has special access to this dark underworld, where both the secrets of the living and the sins of the dead are revealed.

17.15 Decoding the Past: The Real Sorcerer's Stone

It turns base metal into gold and is the key ingredient in an elixir of eternal life. Sought since the 8th century BC, does the Sorcerer's Stone really exist?

18.00 Patton 360: Leading the Charge

Denied a complete victory at the battle of Falaise Gap, Patton heads on to liberate Paris. But his glory is stolen again when the Free French Army enter the city first.

18.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Nazca

Giorgio Tsoukalos heads to Peru to investigate whether the strange symbols covering its desert floor are key to proving aliens once visited Earth.

19.30 UFO Hunters: The Real Roswell

The story of a spacecraft crashing in Roswell, New Mexico, is the most famous case in UFO history. Now, a theory has emerged that there was more than one crash site.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: The God Particle

It's been called the key to the universe and possibly the most important scientific breakthrough of all time. Could the so-called 'God Particle' reveal the truth about our origins?

21.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: The Tesla Experiment

Giorgio Tsoukalos presents the fascinating story of Nikola Tesla, one of the most prolific inventors of the 20th century and the man who actually electrified the world.

21.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Chasing The Bones

The Vieira brothers track promising leads on the Goshen Mystery Tunnel site and on a giant skeleton found in 1849.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: City of Caves: Budapest

Budapest sits on top of an ancient secret. Follow Eric Geller as he uncovers a top secret WWII hospital and finds the source of the boiling healing water used by the Romans and the Turks in the caves beneath Budapest.

23.15 Decoding the Past: The Real Sorcerer's Stone

It turns base metal into gold and is the key ingredient in an elixir of eternal life. Sought since the 8th century BC, does the Sorcerer's Stone really exist?

00.00 Patton 360: Leading the Charge

Denied a complete victory at the battle of Falaise Gap, Patton heads on to liberate Paris. But his glory is stolen again when the Free French Army enter the city first.

00.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Nazca

Giorgio Tsoukalos heads to Peru to investigate whether the strange symbols covering its desert floor are key to proving aliens once visited Earth.

01.30 UFO Hunters: The Real Roswell

The story of a spacecraft crashing in Roswell, New Mexico, is the most famous case in UFO history. Now, a theory has emerged that there was more than one crash site.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: The God Particle

It's been called the key to the universe and possibly the most important scientific breakthrough of all time. Could the so-called 'God Particle' reveal the truth about our origins?

03.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: The Tesla Experiment

Giorgio Tsoukalos presents the fascinating story of Nikola Tesla, one of the most prolific inventors of the 20th century and the man who actually electrified the world.

03.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Chasing The Bones

The Vieira brothers track promising leads on the Goshen Mystery Tunnel site and on a giant skeleton found in 1849.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: City of Caves: Budapest

Budapest sits on top of an ancient secret. Follow Eric Geller as he uncovers a top secret WWII hospital and finds the source of the boiling healing water used by the Romans and the Turks in the caves beneath Budapest.

05.15 Decoding the Past: The Real Sorcerer's Stone

It turns base metal into gold and is the key ingredient in an elixir of eternal life. Sought since the 8th century BC, does the Sorcerer's Stone really exist?

Wednesday

9 December 2020

06.00 Patton 360: Leading the Charge

Denied a complete victory at the battle of Falaise Gap, Patton heads on to liberate Paris. But his glory is stolen again when the Free French Army enter the city first.

06.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Nazca

Giorgio Tsoukalos heads to Peru to investigate whether the strange symbols covering its desert floor are key to proving aliens once visited Earth.

07.30 UFO Hunters: The Real Roswell

The story of a spacecraft crashing in Roswell, New Mexico, is the most famous case in UFO history. Now, a theory has emerged that there was more than one crash site.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: The God Particle

It's been called the key to the universe and possibly the most important scientific breakthrough of all time. Could the so-called 'God Particle' reveal the truth about our origins?

09.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: The Tesla Experiment

Giorgio Tsoukalos presents the fascinating story of Nikola Tesla, one of the most prolific inventors of the 20th century and the man who actually electrified the world.

09.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Chasing The Bones

The Vieira brothers track promising leads on the Goshen Mystery Tunnel site and on a giant skeleton found in 1849.

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: City of Caves: Budapest

Budapest sits on top of an ancient secret. Follow Eric Geller as he uncovers a top secret WWII hospital and finds the source of the boiling healing water used by the Romans and the Turks in the caves beneath Budapest.

11.15 Decoding the Past: The Real Sorcerer's Stone

It turns base metal into gold and is the key ingredient in an elixir of eternal life. Sought since the 8th century BC, does the Sorcerer's Stone really exist?

12.00 Patton 360: Leading the Charge

Denied a complete victory at the battle of Falaise Gap, Patton heads on to liberate Paris. But his glory is stolen again when the Free French Army enter the city first.

12.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Nazca

Giorgio Tsoukalos heads to Peru to investigate whether the strange symbols covering its desert floor are key to proving aliens once visited Earth.

13.30 UFO Hunters: The Real Roswell

The story of a spacecraft crashing in Roswell, New Mexico, is the most famous case in UFO history. Now, a theory has emerged that there was more than one crash site.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: The God Particle

It's been called the key to the universe and possibly the most important scientific breakthrough of all time. Could the so-called 'God Particle' reveal the truth about our origins?

15.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: The Tesla Experiment

Giorgio Tsoukalos presents the fascinating story of Nikola Tesla, one of the most prolific inventors of the 20th century and the man who actually electrified the world.

15.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Chasing The Bones

The Vieira brothers track promising leads on the Goshen Mystery Tunnel site and on a giant skeleton found in 1849.

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: City of Caves: Budapest

Budapest sits on top of an ancient secret. Follow Eric Geller as he uncovers a top secret WWII hospital and finds the source of the boiling healing water used by the Romans and the Turks in the caves beneath Budapest.

17.15 Decoding the Past: The Real Dr Frankenstein

The story of Johann Dippel who tried to 'reanimate' corpses using science in the 17th century.

18.00 Patton 360: On Hitler's Doorstep

Patton's blitzkrieg is so successful that his army outruns its own supply lines, but as they capture the key city of Nancy, Hitler launches a major counterattack.

18.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Alien Code

All around the world are examples of physical evidence suggesting humans are not alone in the universe, but has this evidence been left behind for a purpose? Is it a series of clues we are meant to decipher? Giorgio A Tsoukalos investigates.

19.30 UFO Hunters: Arizona Lights

On March 13, 1997, a string of fiery globes were seen over Arizona, but earlier that night some eyewitnesses saw something even more shocking - a huge boomerang-shaped object.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Mysteries of the Sphinx

Ancient Aliens examines 75 million years of the most credible alien evidence here on Earth, from the age of the dinosaurs, to ancient Egypt, to the skies over the western desert in present day US. 

21.00 River Hunters: Barnard Castle

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

21.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Holy Men

Exploring the legend of 'Pope Joan', how Pope Gregory turned the persecution of heretics into an art form during the Inquisition of 1232, and the murder, greed and excesses of the Borgias.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: Dracula's Underground: Bucharest

From secret prisons to escape tunnels, ancient caves to mines, Bucharest in Romania is ripe with folklore. Discover the history of its secret underworld.

23.15 Decoding the Past: The Real Dr Frankenstein

The story of Johann Dippel who tried to 'reanimate' corpses using science in the 17th century.

00.00 Patton 360: On Hitler's Doorstep

Patton's blitzkrieg is so successful that his army outruns its own supply lines, but as they capture the key city of Nancy, Hitler launches a major counterattack.

00.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Alien Code

All around the world are examples of physical evidence suggesting humans are not alone in the universe, but has this evidence been left behind for a purpose? Is it a series of clues we are meant to decipher? Giorgio A Tsoukalos investigates.

01.30 UFO Hunters: Arizona Lights

On March 13, 1997, a string of fiery globes were seen over Arizona, but earlier that night some eyewitnesses saw something even more shocking - a huge boomerang-shaped object.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Mysteries of the Sphinx

Ancient Aliens examines 75 million years of the most credible alien evidence here on Earth, from the age of the dinosaurs, to ancient Egypt, to the skies over the western desert in present day US. 

03.00 River Hunters: Barnard Castle

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

03.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Holy Men

Exploring the legend of 'Pope Joan', how Pope Gregory turned the persecution of heretics into an art form during the Inquisition of 1232, and the murder, greed and excesses of the Borgias.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: Dracula's Underground: Bucharest

From secret prisons to escape tunnels, ancient caves to mines, Bucharest in Romania is ripe with folklore. Discover the history of its secret underworld.

05.15 Decoding the Past: The Real Dr Frankenstein

The story of Johann Dippel who tried to 'reanimate' corpses using science in the 17th century.

Thursday

10 December 2020

06.00 Patton 360: On Hitler's Doorstep

Patton's blitzkrieg is so successful that his army outruns its own supply lines, but as they capture the key city of Nancy, Hitler launches a major counterattack.

06.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Alien Code

All around the world are examples of physical evidence suggesting humans are not alone in the universe, but has this evidence been left behind for a purpose? Is it a series of clues we are meant to decipher? Giorgio A Tsoukalos investigates.

07.30 UFO Hunters: Arizona Lights

On March 13, 1997, a string of fiery globes were seen over Arizona, but earlier that night some eyewitnesses saw something even more shocking - a huge boomerang-shaped object.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Mysteries of the Sphinx

Ancient Aliens examines 75 million years of the most credible alien evidence here on Earth, from the age of the dinosaurs, to ancient Egypt, to the skies over the western desert in present day US. 

09.00 River Hunters: Barnard Castle

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

09.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Holy Men

Exploring the legend of 'Pope Joan', how Pope Gregory turned the persecution of heretics into an art form during the Inquisition of 1232, and the murder, greed and excesses of the Borgias.

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: Dracula's Underground: Bucharest

From secret prisons to escape tunnels, ancient caves to mines, Bucharest in Romania is ripe with folklore. Discover the history of its secret underworld.

11.15 Decoding the Past: The Real Dr Frankenstein

The story of Johann Dippel who tried to 'reanimate' corpses using science in the 17th century.

12.00 Patton 360: On Hitler's Doorstep

Patton's blitzkrieg is so successful that his army outruns its own supply lines, but as they capture the key city of Nancy, Hitler launches a major counterattack.

12.45 In Search Of Aliens: The Alien Code

All around the world are examples of physical evidence suggesting humans are not alone in the universe, but has this evidence been left behind for a purpose? Is it a series of clues we are meant to decipher? Giorgio A Tsoukalos investigates.

13.30 UFO Hunters: Arizona Lights

On March 13, 1997, a string of fiery globes were seen over Arizona, but earlier that night some eyewitnesses saw something even more shocking - a huge boomerang-shaped object.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Mysteries of the Sphinx

Ancient Aliens examines 75 million years of the most credible alien evidence here on Earth, from the age of the dinosaurs, to ancient Egypt, to the skies over the western desert in present day US. 

15.00 River Hunters: Barnard Castle

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

15.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Holy Men

Exploring the legend of 'Pope Joan', how Pope Gregory turned the persecution of heretics into an art form during the Inquisition of 1232, and the murder, greed and excesses of the Borgias.

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: Dracula's Underground: Bucharest

From secret prisons to escape tunnels, ancient caves to mines, Bucharest in Romania is ripe with folklore. Discover the history of its secret underworld.

17.15 Decoding the Past: Mysteries of the Garden of Eden

Do texts other than the Bible reinforce the idea of Eden? Both the Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh and Ancient Greek texts speak of a paradise lost. We'll sift through the evidence to decode an age old mystery.

18.00 Patton 360: Siege Warfare

Patton's men attack the heavily fortified city of Metz during a siege that lasts for weeks. Ammunition ran so low, his army resorted to using captured German shells.

18.45 Digging for the Truth: Passage To The Mayan Underworld

Host Josh Bernstein investigates why the Mayans built thousands of pyramids. He travels from Mexico to Guatemala to discover a secret world.

19.30 UFO Hunters: Lost UFO Files

The team recovers physicist James McDonald's long-lost research. Over 20 years, he interviewed more than 500 witnesses of UFOs and unearthed a number of revealing government documents.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Resurrections

Throughout history, incredible stories have been told of the dead rising from their graves, mummies journeying into the afterlife, and people on the brink of death mingling with deceased relatives in a celestial netherworld.

21.00 PREMIERE Digging for the Truth: Secrets of the Mummies

For thousands of years, ancient Egyptians preserved their dead in the desert sands. Now, the secrets of the Egyptian afterlife are being revealed as Josh enters a realm of temples, tombs and mummies.

21.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Factories of Death

With the increase in killing at Auschwitz and nearby Treblinka, some people showed tremendous courage, like German officer Albert Battel risking his life to save detainees.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: Freemason's Underground: Boston & Philadelphia

From hidden tunnels beneath Boston to the incredible waterworld under Philadelphia, the Freemasons left behind the blueprints to America's rise.

23.15 Decoding the Past: Mysteries of the Garden of Eden

Do texts other than the Bible reinforce the idea of Eden? Both the Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh and Ancient Greek texts speak of a paradise lost. We'll sift through the evidence to decode an age old mystery.

00.00 Patton 360: Siege Warfare

Patton's men attack the heavily fortified city of Metz during a siege that lasts for weeks. Ammunition ran so low, his army resorted to using captured German shells.

00.45 Digging for the Truth: Passage To The Mayan Underworld

Host Josh Bernstein investigates why the Mayans built thousands of pyramids. He travels from Mexico to Guatemala to discover a secret world.

01.30 UFO Hunters: Lost UFO Files

The team recovers physicist James McDonald's long-lost research. Over 20 years, he interviewed more than 500 witnesses of UFOs and unearthed a number of revealing government documents.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Resurrections

Throughout history, incredible stories have been told of the dead rising from their graves, mummies journeying into the afterlife, and people on the brink of death mingling with deceased relatives in a celestial netherworld.

03.00 Digging for the Truth: Secrets of the Mummies

For thousands of years, ancient Egyptians preserved their dead in the desert sands. Now, the secrets of the Egyptian afterlife are being revealed as Josh enters a realm of temples, tombs and mummies.

03.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Factories of Death

With the increase in killing at Auschwitz and nearby Treblinka, some people showed tremendous courage, like German officer Albert Battel risking his life to save detainees.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: Freemason's Underground: Boston & Philadelphia

From hidden tunnels beneath Boston to the incredible waterworld under Philadelphia, the Freemasons left behind the blueprints to America's rise.

05.15 Decoding the Past: Mysteries of the Garden of Eden

Do texts other than the Bible reinforce the idea of Eden? Both the Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh and Ancient Greek texts speak of a paradise lost. We'll sift through the evidence to decode an age old mystery.

Friday

11 December 2020

06.00 Patton 360: Siege Warfare

Patton's men attack the heavily fortified city of Metz during a siege that lasts for weeks. Ammunition ran so low, his army resorted to using captured German shells.

06.45 Digging for the Truth: Passage To The Mayan Underworld

Host Josh Bernstein investigates why the Mayans built thousands of pyramids. He travels from Mexico to Guatemala to discover a secret world.

07.30 UFO Hunters: Lost UFO Files

The team recovers physicist James McDonald's long-lost research. Over 20 years, he interviewed more than 500 witnesses of UFOs and unearthed a number of revealing government documents.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Resurrections

Throughout history, incredible stories have been told of the dead rising from their graves, mummies journeying into the afterlife, and people on the brink of death mingling with deceased relatives in a celestial netherworld.

09.00 Digging for the Truth: Secrets of the Mummies

For thousands of years, ancient Egyptians preserved their dead in the desert sands. Now, the secrets of the Egyptian afterlife are being revealed as Josh enters a realm of temples, tombs and mummies.

09.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Factories of Death

With the increase in killing at Auschwitz and nearby Treblinka, some people showed tremendous courage, like German officer Albert Battel risking his life to save detainees.

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: Freemason's Underground: Boston & Philadelphia

From hidden tunnels beneath Boston to the incredible waterworld under Philadelphia, the Freemasons left behind the blueprints to America's rise.

11.15 Decoding the Past: Mysteries of the Garden of Eden

Do texts other than the Bible reinforce the idea of Eden? Both the Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh and Ancient Greek texts speak of a paradise lost. We'll sift through the evidence to decode an age old mystery.

12.00 Patton 360: Siege Warfare

Patton's men attack the heavily fortified city of Metz during a siege that lasts for weeks. Ammunition ran so low, his army resorted to using captured German shells.

12.45 Digging for the Truth: Passage To The Mayan Underworld

Host Josh Bernstein investigates why the Mayans built thousands of pyramids. He travels from Mexico to Guatemala to discover a secret world.

13.30 UFO Hunters: Lost UFO Files

The team recovers physicist James McDonald's long-lost research. Over 20 years, he interviewed more than 500 witnesses of UFOs and unearthed a number of revealing government documents.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Resurrections

Throughout history, incredible stories have been told of the dead rising from their graves, mummies journeying into the afterlife, and people on the brink of death mingling with deceased relatives in a celestial netherworld.

15.00 Digging for the Truth: Secrets of the Mummies

For thousands of years, ancient Egyptians preserved their dead in the desert sands. Now, the secrets of the Egyptian afterlife are being revealed as Josh enters a realm of temples, tombs and mummies.

15.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Factories of Death

With the increase in killing at Auschwitz and nearby Treblinka, some people showed tremendous courage, like German officer Albert Battel risking his life to save detainees.

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: Freemason's Underground: Boston & Philadelphia

From hidden tunnels beneath Boston to the incredible waterworld under Philadelphia, the Freemasons left behind the blueprints to America's rise.

17.15 Ancient Impossible: Moving Mountains

We reveal the ancient technology that allowed the Egyptians to move a 1,000 ton obelisk, and show how the Romans moved even heavier objects at the temples at Baalbek.

18.00 Patton 360: Battle of the Bulge

The Battle of the Bulge kicks off in Belgium and, despite the worst weather in 20 years, Patton and his army race north to relieve the beleaguered defenders of Bastogne.

18.45 Digging for the Truth: Hunt for the Lost Ark

One of the Bible's most sacred treasures, the Ark of the Covenant, has tantalised adventurers for centuries. Can explorer Josh Bernstein discover its fate?

19.30 UFO Hunters: Alien Fallout

After seeing an odd flying object in Texas in 1980, a woman was hospitalised as she lost clumps of hair and patches of skin. The team reopens her potential 'alien effects' case.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Forbidden Caves

Ancient Aliens examines 75 million years of the most credible alien evidence here on Earth, from the age of the dinosaurs, to ancient Egypt, to the skies over the western desert in the present day US. 

21.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 6

Tiff Needell and Rebecca Jackson take part in one of the most enduring and eccentric motorsport events in Britain – The Exeter Trial. They must tackle thirteen impossibly steep and muddy hills during a 24-hour driving marathon through Devon.

21.45 The Treasure Hunters: Episode 2

Dallas Campbell and Ellie Harrison reveal the greatest treasures we have ever created. Dallas dives on a shipwreck where gold, silver and emeralds were found.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: Hitler's Underground Lair: Berlin

Host Eric Geller travels through the dark and damp recesses of Berlin's secret bunkers. Engineered by the Nazis during WWII, their dark past is revealed.

23.15 Ancient Impossible: Moving Mountains

We reveal the ancient technology that allowed the Egyptians to move a 1,000 ton obelisk, and show how the Romans moved even heavier objects at the temples at Baalbek.

00.00 Patton 360: Battle of the Bulge

The Battle of the Bulge kicks off in Belgium and, despite the worst weather in 20 years, Patton and his army race north to relieve the beleaguered defenders of Bastogne.

00.45 Digging for the Truth: Hunt for the Lost Ark

One of the Bible's most sacred treasures, the Ark of the Covenant, has tantalised adventurers for centuries. Can explorer Josh Bernstein discover its fate?

01.30 UFO Hunters: Alien Fallout

After seeing an odd flying object in Texas in 1980, a woman was hospitalised as she lost clumps of hair and patches of skin. The team reopens her potential 'alien effects' case.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Forbidden Caves

Ancient Aliens examines 75 million years of the most credible alien evidence here on Earth, from the age of the dinosaurs, to ancient Egypt, to the skies over the western desert in the present day US. 

03.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 6

Tiff Needell and Rebecca Jackson take part in one of the most enduring and eccentric motorsport events in Britain – The Exeter Trial. They must tackle thirteen impossibly steep and muddy hills during a 24-hour driving marathon through Devon.

03.45 The Treasure Hunters: Episode 2

Dallas Campbell and Ellie Harrison reveal the greatest treasures we have ever created. Dallas dives on a shipwreck where gold, silver and emeralds were found.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: Hitler's Underground Lair: Berlin

Host Eric Geller travels through the dark and damp recesses of Berlin's secret bunkers. Engineered by the Nazis during WWII, their dark past is revealed.

05.15 Ancient Impossible: Moving Mountains

We reveal the ancient technology that allowed the Egyptians to move a 1,000 ton obelisk, and show how the Romans moved even heavier objects at the temples at Baalbek.

Saturday

12 December 2020

06.00 Patton 360: Battle of the Bulge

The Battle of the Bulge kicks off in Belgium and, despite the worst weather in 20 years, Patton and his army race north to relieve the beleaguered defenders of Bastogne.

06.45 Digging for the Truth: Hunt for the Lost Ark

One of the Bible's most sacred treasures, the Ark of the Covenant, has tantalised adventurers for centuries. Can explorer Josh Bernstein discover its fate?

07.30 UFO Hunters: Alien Fallout

After seeing an odd flying object in Texas in 1980, a woman was hospitalised as she lost clumps of hair and patches of skin. The team reopens her potential 'alien effects' case.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Forbidden Caves

Ancient Aliens examines 75 million years of the most credible alien evidence here on Earth, from the age of the dinosaurs, to ancient Egypt, to the skies over the western desert in the present day US. 

09.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 6

Tiff Needell and Rebecca Jackson take part in one of the most enduring and eccentric motorsport events in Britain – The Exeter Trial. They must tackle thirteen impossibly steep and muddy hills during a 24-hour driving marathon through Devon.

09.45 The Treasure Hunters: Episode 2

Dallas Campbell and Ellie Harrison reveal the greatest treasures we have ever created. Dallas dives on a shipwreck where gold, silver and emeralds were found.

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: Hitler's Underground Lair: Berlin

Host Eric Geller travels through the dark and damp recesses of Berlin's secret bunkers. Engineered by the Nazis during WWII, their dark past is revealed.

11.15 Ancient Impossible: Moving Mountains

We reveal the ancient technology that allowed the Egyptians to move a 1,000 ton obelisk, and show how the Romans moved even heavier objects at the temples at Baalbek.

12.00 Patton 360: Battle of the Bulge

The Battle of the Bulge kicks off in Belgium and, despite the worst weather in 20 years, Patton and his army race north to relieve the beleaguered defenders of Bastogne.

12.45 Digging for the Truth: Hunt for the Lost Ark

One of the Bible's most sacred treasures, the Ark of the Covenant, has tantalised adventurers for centuries. Can explorer Josh Bernstein discover its fate?

13.30 UFO Hunters: Alien Fallout

After seeing an odd flying object in Texas in 1980, a woman was hospitalised as she lost clumps of hair and patches of skin. The team reopens her potential 'alien effects' case.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Forbidden Caves

Ancient Aliens examines 75 million years of the most credible alien evidence here on Earth, from the age of the dinosaurs, to ancient Egypt, to the skies over the western desert in the present day US. 

15.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 6

Tiff Needell and Rebecca Jackson take part in one of the most enduring and eccentric motorsport events in Britain – The Exeter Trial. They must tackle thirteen impossibly steep and muddy hills during a 24-hour driving marathon through Devon.

15.45 The Treasure Hunters: Episode 2

Dallas Campbell and Ellie Harrison reveal the greatest treasures we have ever created. Dallas dives on a shipwreck where gold, silver and emeralds were found.

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: Hitler's Underground Lair: Berlin

Host Eric Geller travels through the dark and damp recesses of Berlin's secret bunkers. Engineered by the Nazis during WWII, their dark past is revealed.

17.15 In Search Of Aliens: Nazi Time Travellers

A top-secret Nazi project - "Die Glocke," was believed to be a time travel device that could soar through the sky and eventually reach the speed of light and beyond. Did Die Glocke actually exist, and could it have been based on alien technology?

18.00 Cities of the Underworld: Gladiator: Blood Sport: Naples & Rome

Presenter Don Wildman explores the meandering underworld of Naples in Rome. Were these ageing structures used by ancient gladiators?

18.45 Cities of the Underworld: Secret Sin City: Las Vegas

Presenter Don Wildman uncovers the underground secret surveillance nerve centres and the latest technology that beats the cheaters in Las Vegas.

19.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Wharfs and All

While the excavation of Smith's Cove continues to uncover an abundance of ancient structures, Rick, Marty and the team resume the treasure hunt in H8 convinced more than ever it is the site of the Money Pit.

20.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Slipway When Wet

A shocking new discovery at Smith's Cove suggests that the origin of the Oak Island mystery may date much earlier, and be more profound, than the treasure hunters ever suspected.

21.00 PREMIERE The Lowe Files: Alien Abduction

Crop circles, abductions, saucers in the sky... Rob and the boys travel to Phoenix, Arizona, to see if the truth really is out there. Before venturing off the grid, they meet with alien abductee Travis Walton, and local fulgurite specialist Dr. B.

21.20 PREMIERE The Lowe Files: The Secret Underwater Base

A bizarre geographic anomaly discovered off the coast of Malibu, believed by many to be an underwater alien base, has fascinated Rob since he was child. Rob, Matthew and John Owen hitch a ride on a research vessel and head out to sea to investigate.

21.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the European Monarchs

Featuring Louis XIV's reign of flattery and sycophancy, the stormy marriage of Spain's Philip and Joanna, and Austrian Empress Maria Theresa's meddling in her children's lives.

22.30 History of the Future: The Future of Work

This first episode starts in the city of Istanbul. Diego Rubio examines the story of the first Arabic printing press, banned by Ottoman emperors for four centuries to prevent the destruction of jobs.

23.15 In Search Of Aliens: Nazi Time Travellers

A top-secret Nazi project - "Die Glocke," was believed to be a time travel device that could soar through the sky and eventually reach the speed of light and beyond. Did Die Glocke actually exist, and could it have been based on alien technology?

00.00 Cities of the Underworld: Gladiator: Blood Sport: Naples & Rome

Presenter Don Wildman explores the meandering underworld of Naples in Rome. Were these ageing structures used by ancient gladiators?

00.45 Cities of the Underworld: Secret Sin City: Las Vegas

Presenter Don Wildman uncovers the underground secret surveillance nerve centres and the latest technology that beats the cheaters in Las Vegas.

01.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Wharfs and All

While the excavation of Smith's Cove continues to uncover an abundance of ancient structures, Rick, Marty and the team resume the treasure hunt in H8 convinced more than ever it is the site of the Money Pit.

02.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Slipway When Wet

A shocking new discovery at Smith's Cove suggests that the origin of the Oak Island mystery may date much earlier, and be more profound, than the treasure hunters ever suspected.

03.00 The Lowe Files: Alien Abduction

Crop circles, abductions, saucers in the sky... Rob and the boys travel to Phoenix, Arizona, to see if the truth really is out there. Before venturing off the grid, they meet with alien abductee Travis Walton, and local fulgurite specialist Dr. B.

03.20 The Lowe Files: The Secret Underwater Base

A bizarre geographic anomaly discovered off the coast of Malibu, believed by many to be an underwater alien base, has fascinated Rob since he was child. Rob, Matthew and John Owen hitch a ride on a research vessel and head out to sea to investigate.

03.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the European Monarchs

Featuring Louis XIV's reign of flattery and sycophancy, the stormy marriage of Spain's Philip and Joanna, and Austrian Empress Maria Theresa's meddling in her children's lives.

04.30 History of the Future: The Future of Work

This first episode starts in the city of Istanbul. Diego Rubio examines the story of the first Arabic printing press, banned by Ottoman emperors for four centuries to prevent the destruction of jobs.

05.15 In Search Of Aliens: Nazi Time Travellers

A top-secret Nazi project - "Die Glocke," was believed to be a time travel device that could soar through the sky and eventually reach the speed of light and beyond. Did Die Glocke actually exist, and could it have been based on alien technology?

Sunday

13 December 2020

06.00 Cities of the Underworld: Gladiator: Blood Sport: Naples & Rome

Presenter Don Wildman explores the meandering underworld of Naples in Rome. Were these ageing structures used by ancient gladiators?

06.45 Cities of the Underworld: Secret Sin City: Las Vegas

Presenter Don Wildman uncovers the underground secret surveillance nerve centres and the latest technology that beats the cheaters in Las Vegas.

07.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Wharfs and All

While the excavation of Smith's Cove continues to uncover an abundance of ancient structures, Rick, Marty and the team resume the treasure hunt in H8 convinced more than ever it is the site of the Money Pit.

08.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Slipway When Wet

A shocking new discovery at Smith's Cove suggests that the origin of the Oak Island mystery may date much earlier, and be more profound, than the treasure hunters ever suspected.

09.00 The Lowe Files: Alien Abduction

Crop circles, abductions, saucers in the sky... Rob and the boys travel to Phoenix, Arizona, to see if the truth really is out there. Before venturing off the grid, they meet with alien abductee Travis Walton, and local fulgurite specialist Dr. B.

09.20 The Lowe Files: The Secret Underwater Base

A bizarre geographic anomaly discovered off the coast of Malibu, believed by many to be an underwater alien base, has fascinated Rob since he was child. Rob, Matthew and John Owen hitch a ride on a research vessel and head out to sea to investigate.

09.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the European Monarchs

Featuring Louis XIV's reign of flattery and sycophancy, the stormy marriage of Spain's Philip and Joanna, and Austrian Empress Maria Theresa's meddling in her children's lives.

10.30 History of the Future: The Future of Work

This first episode starts in the city of Istanbul. Diego Rubio examines the story of the first Arabic printing press, banned by Ottoman emperors for four centuries to prevent the destruction of jobs.

11.15 In Search Of Aliens: Nazi Time Travellers

A top-secret Nazi project - "Die Glocke," was believed to be a time travel device that could soar through the sky and eventually reach the speed of light and beyond. Did Die Glocke actually exist, and could it have been based on alien technology?

12.00 Cities of the Underworld: Gladiator: Blood Sport: Naples & Rome

Presenter Don Wildman explores the meandering underworld of Naples in Rome. Were these ageing structures used by ancient gladiators?

12.45 Cities of the Underworld: Secret Sin City: Las Vegas

Presenter Don Wildman uncovers the underground secret surveillance nerve centres and the latest technology that beats the cheaters in Las Vegas.

13.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Wharfs and All

While the excavation of Smith's Cove continues to uncover an abundance of ancient structures, Rick, Marty and the team resume the treasure hunt in H8 convinced more than ever it is the site of the Money Pit.

14.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Slipway When Wet

A shocking new discovery at Smith's Cove suggests that the origin of the Oak Island mystery may date much earlier, and be more profound, than the treasure hunters ever suspected.

15.00 The Lowe Files: Alien Abduction

Crop circles, abductions, saucers in the sky... Rob and the boys travel to Phoenix, Arizona, to see if the truth really is out there. Before venturing off the grid, they meet with alien abductee Travis Walton, and local fulgurite specialist Dr. B.

15.20 The Lowe Files: The Secret Underwater Base

A bizarre geographic anomaly discovered off the coast of Malibu, believed by many to be an underwater alien base, has fascinated Rob since he was child. Rob, Matthew and John Owen hitch a ride on a research vessel and head out to sea to investigate.

15.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the European Monarchs

Featuring Louis XIV's reign of flattery and sycophancy, the stormy marriage of Spain's Philip and Joanna, and Austrian Empress Maria Theresa's meddling in her children's lives.

16.30 History of the Future: The Future of Work

This first episode starts in the city of Istanbul. Diego Rubio examines the story of the first Arabic printing press, banned by Ottoman emperors for four centuries to prevent the destruction of jobs.

17.15 Serial Killer Earth: Texas Twister Terror

Mother Nature unleashes a tornado across a busy Texas motorway, battering drivers in its path. Plus, a violent earthquake rips through a city in Turkey, and a Chinese river sends a surge of water over its banks, sweeping onlookers to certain death.

18.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 6

Tiff Needell and Rebecca Jackson take part in one of the most enduring and eccentric motorsport events in Britain – The Exeter Trial. They must tackle thirteen impossibly steep and muddy hills during a 24-hour driving marathon through Devon.

18.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Corruption

Eyewitnesses recall how those in power at Auschwitz lined their pockets with wealth stolen from Jewish inmates while also engaging in illicit affairs.

19.30 The Curse of Oak Island: The Paper Chase

A stunning structure uncovered in Smith's Cove perplexes the brotherhood like never before; and at the Money Pit, the team thinks they may have discovered the legendary box believed to contain the Oak Island treasure - the elusive Chapple vault.

20.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Voyage to the Bottom of the Cenote

A frightening development at the Money Pit threatens to halt the search indefinitely.

21.00 River Hunters: Barnard Castle

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

21.45 Digging for the Truth: Secrets of the Mummies

For thousands of years, ancient Egyptians preserved their dead in the desert sands. Now, the secrets of the Egyptian afterlife are being revealed as Josh enters a realm of temples, tombs and mummies.

22.30 The Treasure Hunters: Episode 1

Ellie Harrison and Dallas Campbell journey around the globe on the ultimate treasure hunt. Ellie ventures down one of the deepest gold mines in the world.

23.15 Serial Killer Earth: Texas Twister Terror

Mother Nature unleashes a tornado across a busy Texas motorway, battering drivers in its path. Plus, a violent earthquake rips through a city in Turkey, and a Chinese river sends a surge of water over its banks, sweeping onlookers to certain death.

00.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 6

Tiff Needell and Rebecca Jackson take part in one of the most enduring and eccentric motorsport events in Britain – The Exeter Trial. They must tackle thirteen impossibly steep and muddy hills during a 24-hour driving marathon through Devon.

00.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Corruption

Eyewitnesses recall how those in power at Auschwitz lined their pockets with wealth stolen from Jewish inmates while also engaging in illicit affairs.

01.30 The Curse of Oak Island: The Paper Chase

A stunning structure uncovered in Smith's Cove perplexes the brotherhood like never before; and at the Money Pit, the team thinks they may have discovered the legendary box believed to contain the Oak Island treasure - the elusive Chapple vault.

02.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Voyage to the Bottom of the Cenote

A frightening development at the Money Pit threatens to halt the search indefinitely.

03.00 River Hunters: Barnard Castle

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

03.45 Digging for the Truth: Secrets of the Mummies

For thousands of years, ancient Egyptians preserved their dead in the desert sands. Now, the secrets of the Egyptian afterlife are being revealed as Josh enters a realm of temples, tombs and mummies.

04.30 The Treasure Hunters: Episode 1

Ellie Harrison and Dallas Campbell journey around the globe on the ultimate treasure hunt. Ellie ventures down one of the deepest gold mines in the world.

05.15 Serial Killer Earth: Texas Twister Terror

Mother Nature unleashes a tornado across a busy Texas motorway, battering drivers in its path. Plus, a violent earthquake rips through a city in Turkey, and a Chinese river sends a surge of water over its banks, sweeping onlookers to certain death.

Monday

14 December 2020

06.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 6

Tiff Needell and Rebecca Jackson take part in one of the most enduring and eccentric motorsport events in Britain – The Exeter Trial. They must tackle thirteen impossibly steep and muddy hills during a 24-hour driving marathon through Devon.

06.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Corruption

Eyewitnesses recall how those in power at Auschwitz lined their pockets with wealth stolen from Jewish inmates while also engaging in illicit affairs.

07.30 The Curse of Oak Island: The Paper Chase

A stunning structure uncovered in Smith's Cove perplexes the brotherhood like never before; and at the Money Pit, the team thinks they may have discovered the legendary box believed to contain the Oak Island treasure - the elusive Chapple vault.

08.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Voyage to the Bottom of the Cenote

A frightening development at the Money Pit threatens to halt the search indefinitely.

09.00 River Hunters: Barnard Castle

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

09.45 Digging for the Truth: Secrets of the Mummies

For thousands of years, ancient Egyptians preserved their dead in the desert sands. Now, the secrets of the Egyptian afterlife are being revealed as Josh enters a realm of temples, tombs and mummies.

10.30 The Treasure Hunters: Episode 1

Ellie Harrison and Dallas Campbell journey around the globe on the ultimate treasure hunt. Ellie ventures down one of the deepest gold mines in the world.

11.15 Serial Killer Earth: Texas Twister Terror

Mother Nature unleashes a tornado across a busy Texas motorway, battering drivers in its path. Plus, a violent earthquake rips through a city in Turkey, and a Chinese river sends a surge of water over its banks, sweeping onlookers to certain death.

12.00 Fifth Gear: Episode 6

Tiff Needell and Rebecca Jackson take part in one of the most enduring and eccentric motorsport events in Britain – The Exeter Trial. They must tackle thirteen impossibly steep and muddy hills during a 24-hour driving marathon through Devon.

12.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Corruption

Eyewitnesses recall how those in power at Auschwitz lined their pockets with wealth stolen from Jewish inmates while also engaging in illicit affairs.

13.30 The Curse of Oak Island: The Paper Chase

A stunning structure uncovered in Smith's Cove perplexes the brotherhood like never before; and at the Money Pit, the team thinks they may have discovered the legendary box believed to contain the Oak Island treasure - the elusive Chapple vault.

14.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Voyage to the Bottom of the Cenote

A frightening development at the Money Pit threatens to halt the search indefinitely.

15.00 River Hunters: Barnard Castle

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

15.45 Digging for the Truth: Secrets of the Mummies

For thousands of years, ancient Egyptians preserved their dead in the desert sands. Now, the secrets of the Egyptian afterlife are being revealed as Josh enters a realm of temples, tombs and mummies.

16.30 The Treasure Hunters: Episode 1

Ellie Harrison and Dallas Campbell journey around the globe on the ultimate treasure hunt. Ellie ventures down one of the deepest gold mines in the world.

17.15 Ancient Impossible: Monster Monuments

A monument carved out of rock and a monster-sized super-dome are the feats of engineering defy explanation, yet they were actually built thousands of years ago. The Great Pyramid was the tallest structure on earth for over 4,000 years.

18.00 Patton 360: Crushing the Third Reich

Patton's military manoeuvre to rescue American PoWs goes horribly wrong. They then witness the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps when they liberate Buchenwald.

18.45 Digging for the Truth: The Iceman Cometh

Josh Bernstein heads to the Alps in pursuit of the truth about our origins. What new clues can he glean from the 5,000-year-old corpse of the iceman?

19.30 UFO Hunters: UFO Storm

In 2008, the UK's Ministry of Defence released decades' worth of classified UFO files to the public. One month later, UFO hysteria ripped through the country.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens Among Us

Ancient Aliens examines 75 million years of the most credible alien evidence here on Earth, from the age of the dinosaurs, to ancient Egypt, to the skies over the western desert in the present day US. 

21.00 PREMIERE Museum Men: Hunting Nazi Submarines

Creative Arts is creating a midget submarine, the WWII German Seehund, for the Tampa Bay History Center. This life-sized sub will help visitors understand the extreme conditions the Germans faced.

21.45 History of the Future: The Future of Globalisation

This episode explores the profound changes affecting the global order due to the rise of China and anti-globalisation movements.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: London's Lost Cities

From Roman baths, secret crypts, lost rivers and even Winston Churchill's hidden war rooms, London's underground world has a plethora of stories to tell.

23.15 Ancient Impossible: Monster Monuments

A monument carved out of rock and a monster-sized super-dome are the feats of engineering defy explanation, yet they were actually built thousands of years ago. The Great Pyramid was the tallest structure on earth for over 4,000 years.

00.00 Patton 360: Crushing the Third Reich

Patton's military manoeuvre to rescue American PoWs goes horribly wrong. They then witness the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps when they liberate Buchenwald.

00.45 Digging for the Truth: The Iceman Cometh

Josh Bernstein heads to the Alps in pursuit of the truth about our origins. What new clues can he glean from the 5,000-year-old corpse of the iceman?

01.30 UFO Hunters: UFO Storm

In 2008, the UK's Ministry of Defence released decades' worth of classified UFO files to the public. One month later, UFO hysteria ripped through the country.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens Among Us

Ancient Aliens examines 75 million years of the most credible alien evidence here on Earth, from the age of the dinosaurs, to ancient Egypt, to the skies over the western desert in the present day US. 

03.00 Museum Men: Hunting Nazi Submarines

Creative Arts is creating a midget submarine, the WWII German Seehund, for the Tampa Bay History Center. This life-sized sub will help visitors understand the extreme conditions the Germans faced.

03.45 History of the Future: The Future of Globalisation

This episode explores the profound changes affecting the global order due to the rise of China and anti-globalisation movements.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: London's Lost Cities

From Roman baths, secret crypts, lost rivers and even Winston Churchill's hidden war rooms, London's underground world has a plethora of stories to tell.

05.15 Ancient Impossible: Monster Monuments

A monument carved out of rock and a monster-sized super-dome are the feats of engineering defy explanation, yet they were actually built thousands of years ago. The Great Pyramid was the tallest structure on earth for over 4,000 years.

Tuesday

15 December 2020

06.00 Patton 360: Crushing the Third Reich

Patton's military manoeuvre to rescue American PoWs goes horribly wrong. They then witness the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps when they liberate Buchenwald.

06.45 Digging for the Truth: The Iceman Cometh

Josh Bernstein heads to the Alps in pursuit of the truth about our origins. What new clues can he glean from the 5,000-year-old corpse of the iceman?

07.30 UFO Hunters: UFO Storm

In 2008, the UK's Ministry of Defence released decades' worth of classified UFO files to the public. One month later, UFO hysteria ripped through the country.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens Among Us

Ancient Aliens examines 75 million years of the most credible alien evidence here on Earth, from the age of the dinosaurs, to ancient Egypt, to the skies over the western desert in the present day US. 

09.00 Museum Men: Hunting Nazi Submarines

Creative Arts is creating a midget submarine, the WWII German Seehund, for the Tampa Bay History Center. This life-sized sub will help visitors understand the extreme conditions the Germans faced.

09.45 History of the Future: The Future of Globalisation

This episode explores the profound changes affecting the global order due to the rise of China and anti-globalisation movements.

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: London's Lost Cities

From Roman baths, secret crypts, lost rivers and even Winston Churchill's hidden war rooms, London's underground world has a plethora of stories to tell.

11.15 Ancient Impossible: Monster Monuments

A monument carved out of rock and a monster-sized super-dome are the feats of engineering defy explanation, yet they were actually built thousands of years ago. The Great Pyramid was the tallest structure on earth for over 4,000 years.

12.00 Patton 360: Crushing the Third Reich

Patton's military manoeuvre to rescue American PoWs goes horribly wrong. They then witness the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps when they liberate Buchenwald.

12.45 Digging for the Truth: The Iceman Cometh

Josh Bernstein heads to the Alps in pursuit of the truth about our origins. What new clues can he glean from the 5,000-year-old corpse of the iceman?

13.30 UFO Hunters: UFO Storm

In 2008, the UK's Ministry of Defence released decades' worth of classified UFO files to the public. One month later, UFO hysteria ripped through the country.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens Among Us

Ancient Aliens examines 75 million years of the most credible alien evidence here on Earth, from the age of the dinosaurs, to ancient Egypt, to the skies over the western desert in the present day US. 

15.00 Museum Men: Hunting Nazi Submarines

Creative Arts is creating a midget submarine, the WWII German Seehund, for the Tampa Bay History Center. This life-sized sub will help visitors understand the extreme conditions the Germans faced.

15.45 History of the Future: The Future of Globalisation

This episode explores the profound changes affecting the global order due to the rise of China and anti-globalisation movements.

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: London's Lost Cities

From Roman baths, secret crypts, lost rivers and even Winston Churchill's hidden war rooms, London's underground world has a plethora of stories to tell.

17.15 Ancient Impossible: Ultimate Weapons

One ancient genius managed to build a cannon that could fire a projectile using the power of steam! We reveal an ancient troop ship mightier than an aircraft carrier, and death rays that could burn enemy ships.

18.00 Battles BC: Hannibal: The Annihilator

Hannibal's merciless attacks on Roman soil deal a near fatal blow to the future Empire. Sworn to a blood oath, Hannibal of Carthage does the unthinkable, marching 40 war elephants and an army over the Alps to gain the element of surprise.

18.45 Digging for the Truth: Secrets of the Nasca Lines

Etched into the driest desert in the world, the mysterious lines and figures of Nasca in Southern Peru are invisible from the ground. In fact, these huge drawings were not discovered until the 1930s. Ever since, they have intrigued the world.

19.30 UFO Hunters: Giant UFOs

The team probes some of the largest sightings of alleged UFOs ever recorded over the English Channel, including two eerie bright yellow flat objects spotted by pilots in 2007.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: The Genius Factor

Whether it's Einstein's theory of relativity, Edison's light bulb, or Mendeleyev's Periodic Table of Elements, geniuses routinely say their best ideas come from dreams, visions, or hallucinated voices.

21.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Alien Power Plants

Did our ancestors have an understanding of how to generate power thousands of years before modern man? Giorgio Tsoukalos theorizes that some of the most famous ruins on Earth may be long-forgotten power sources that hold a celestial connection.

21.45 Search for the Lost Giants: The Giant Curse

When the Vieira brothers head west to explore an island shrouded in mystery, they uncover compelling evidence of giants, but their investigation takes a dark turn.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: New York

What's at the heart of the Big Apple? Explore a tangle of engineering, history and secrets that make up a dark urban underworld labyrinth. It's the city that never sleeps!

23.15 Ancient Impossible: Ultimate Weapons

One ancient genius managed to build a cannon that could fire a projectile using the power of steam! We reveal an ancient troop ship mightier than an aircraft carrier, and death rays that could burn enemy ships.

00.00 Battles BC: Hannibal: The Annihilator

Hannibal's merciless attacks on Roman soil deal a near fatal blow to the future Empire. Sworn to a blood oath, Hannibal of Carthage does the unthinkable, marching 40 war elephants and an army over the Alps to gain the element of surprise.

00.45 Digging for the Truth: Secrets of the Nasca Lines

Etched into the driest desert in the world, the mysterious lines and figures of Nasca in Southern Peru are invisible from the ground. In fact, these huge drawings were not discovered until the 1930s. Ever since, they have intrigued the world.

01.30 UFO Hunters: Giant UFOs

The team probes some of the largest sightings of alleged UFOs ever recorded over the English Channel, including two eerie bright yellow flat objects spotted by pilots in 2007.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: The Genius Factor

Whether it's Einstein's theory of relativity, Edison's light bulb, or Mendeleyev's Periodic Table of Elements, geniuses routinely say their best ideas come from dreams, visions, or hallucinated voices.

03.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Alien Power Plants

Did our ancestors have an understanding of how to generate power thousands of years before modern man? Giorgio Tsoukalos theorizes that some of the most famous ruins on Earth may be long-forgotten power sources that hold a celestial connection.

03.45 Search for the Lost Giants: The Giant Curse

When the Vieira brothers head west to explore an island shrouded in mystery, they uncover compelling evidence of giants, but their investigation takes a dark turn.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: New York

What's at the heart of the Big Apple? Explore a tangle of engineering, history and secrets that make up a dark urban underworld labyrinth. It's the city that never sleeps!

05.15 Ancient Impossible: Ultimate Weapons

One ancient genius managed to build a cannon that could fire a projectile using the power of steam! We reveal an ancient troop ship mightier than an aircraft carrier, and death rays that could burn enemy ships.

Wednesday

16 December 2020

06.00 Battles BC: Hannibal: The Annihilator

Hannibal's merciless attacks on Roman soil deal a near fatal blow to the future Empire. Sworn to a blood oath, Hannibal of Carthage does the unthinkable, marching 40 war elephants and an army over the Alps to gain the element of surprise.

06.45 Digging for the Truth: Secrets of the Nasca Lines

Etched into the driest desert in the world, the mysterious lines and figures of Nasca in Southern Peru are invisible from the ground. In fact, these huge drawings were not discovered until the 1930s. Ever since, they have intrigued the world.

07.30 UFO Hunters: Giant UFOs

The team probes some of the largest sightings of alleged UFOs ever recorded over the English Channel, including two eerie bright yellow flat objects spotted by pilots in 2007.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: The Genius Factor

Whether it's Einstein's theory of relativity, Edison's light bulb, or Mendeleyev's Periodic Table of Elements, geniuses routinely say their best ideas come from dreams, visions, or hallucinated voices.

09.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Alien Power Plants

Did our ancestors have an understanding of how to generate power thousands of years before modern man? Giorgio Tsoukalos theorizes that some of the most famous ruins on Earth may be long-forgotten power sources that hold a celestial connection.

09.45 Search for the Lost Giants: The Giant Curse

When the Vieira brothers head west to explore an island shrouded in mystery, they uncover compelling evidence of giants, but their investigation takes a dark turn.

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: New York

What's at the heart of the Big Apple? Explore a tangle of engineering, history and secrets that make up a dark urban underworld labyrinth. It's the city that never sleeps!

11.15 Ancient Impossible: Ultimate Weapons

One ancient genius managed to build a cannon that could fire a projectile using the power of steam! We reveal an ancient troop ship mightier than an aircraft carrier, and death rays that could burn enemy ships.

12.00 Battles BC: Hannibal: The Annihilator

Hannibal's merciless attacks on Roman soil deal a near fatal blow to the future Empire. Sworn to a blood oath, Hannibal of Carthage does the unthinkable, marching 40 war elephants and an army over the Alps to gain the element of surprise.

12.45 Digging for the Truth: Secrets of the Nasca Lines

Etched into the driest desert in the world, the mysterious lines and figures of Nasca in Southern Peru are invisible from the ground. In fact, these huge drawings were not discovered until the 1930s. Ever since, they have intrigued the world.

13.30 UFO Hunters: Giant UFOs

The team probes some of the largest sightings of alleged UFOs ever recorded over the English Channel, including two eerie bright yellow flat objects spotted by pilots in 2007.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: The Genius Factor

Whether it's Einstein's theory of relativity, Edison's light bulb, or Mendeleyev's Periodic Table of Elements, geniuses routinely say their best ideas come from dreams, visions, or hallucinated voices.

15.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Alien Power Plants

Did our ancestors have an understanding of how to generate power thousands of years before modern man? Giorgio Tsoukalos theorizes that some of the most famous ruins on Earth may be long-forgotten power sources that hold a celestial connection.

15.45 Search for the Lost Giants: The Giant Curse

When the Vieira brothers head west to explore an island shrouded in mystery, they uncover compelling evidence of giants, but their investigation takes a dark turn.

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: New York

What's at the heart of the Big Apple? Explore a tangle of engineering, history and secrets that make up a dark urban underworld labyrinth. It's the city that never sleeps!

17.15 Ancient Impossible: Ancient Einsteins

We show the amazing genius of Archimedes, who managed to make water flow uphill, Philon created the first robot, and Ctesibius who experimented with pneumatics. Heron of Alexandria invented the steam engine, automatic doors and vending machines!

18.00 Battles BC: David: Giant Slayer

With a single slingshot to the head, young David defeated the giant Goliath. But behind this famous tale lies a world of treachery, intrigue and political ambition.

18.45 Digging for the Truth: The Lost Tribe of Israel

What are the true origins of the Lemba tribe? Did they really make an incredible 6,500 kilometre journey from the Middle East to Africa?

19.30 UFO Hunters: Aliens at the Airport

The team investigate a strange object seen over Chicago's O'Hare Airport in 2006. Are aliens watching our airports? And if so, could they have a malevolent agenda?

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Secrets of the Mummies

Ancient Astronaut theorists believe the global practice of mummification is not a coincidence, but proof that highly advanced extraterrestrials visited Earth in the distant past. 

21.00 River Hunters: Durham

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

21.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the European Monarchs

Featuring Louis XIV's reign of flattery and sycophancy, the stormy marriage of Spain's Philip and Joanna, and Austrian Empress Maria Theresa's meddling in her children's lives.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: Rome's Hidden Empire

Host Eric Geller discovers what life was like during Emperor Nero's tyrannical reign and Augustus's reforms by peeling back the hidden history of Rome.

23.15 Ancient Impossible: Ancient Einsteins

We show the amazing genius of Archimedes, who managed to make water flow uphill, Philon created the first robot, and Ctesibius who experimented with pneumatics. Heron of Alexandria invented the steam engine, automatic doors and vending machines!

00.00 Battles BC: David: Giant Slayer

With a single slingshot to the head, young David defeated the giant Goliath. But behind this famous tale lies a world of treachery, intrigue and political ambition.

00.45 Digging for the Truth: The Lost Tribe of Israel

What are the true origins of the Lemba tribe? Did they really make an incredible 6,500 kilometre journey from the Middle East to Africa?

01.30 UFO Hunters: Aliens at the Airport

The team investigate a strange object seen over Chicago's O'Hare Airport in 2006. Are aliens watching our airports? And if so, could they have a malevolent agenda?

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Secrets of the Mummies

Ancient Astronaut theorists believe the global practice of mummification is not a coincidence, but proof that highly advanced extraterrestrials visited Earth in the distant past. 

03.00 River Hunters: Durham

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

03.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the European Monarchs

Featuring Louis XIV's reign of flattery and sycophancy, the stormy marriage of Spain's Philip and Joanna, and Austrian Empress Maria Theresa's meddling in her children's lives.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: Rome's Hidden Empire

Host Eric Geller discovers what life was like during Emperor Nero's tyrannical reign and Augustus's reforms by peeling back the hidden history of Rome.

05.15 Ancient Impossible: Ancient Einsteins

We show the amazing genius of Archimedes, who managed to make water flow uphill, Philon created the first robot, and Ctesibius who experimented with pneumatics. Heron of Alexandria invented the steam engine, automatic doors and vending machines!

Thursday

17 December 2020

06.00 Battles BC: David: Giant Slayer

With a single slingshot to the head, young David defeated the giant Goliath. But behind this famous tale lies a world of treachery, intrigue and political ambition.

06.45 Digging for the Truth: The Lost Tribe of Israel

What are the true origins of the Lemba tribe? Did they really make an incredible 6,500 kilometre journey from the Middle East to Africa?

07.30 UFO Hunters: Aliens at the Airport

The team investigate a strange object seen over Chicago's O'Hare Airport in 2006. Are aliens watching our airports? And if so, could they have a malevolent agenda?

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Secrets of the Mummies

Ancient Astronaut theorists believe the global practice of mummification is not a coincidence, but proof that highly advanced extraterrestrials visited Earth in the distant past. 

09.00 River Hunters: Durham

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

09.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the European Monarchs

Featuring Louis XIV's reign of flattery and sycophancy, the stormy marriage of Spain's Philip and Joanna, and Austrian Empress Maria Theresa's meddling in her children's lives.

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: Rome's Hidden Empire

Host Eric Geller discovers what life was like during Emperor Nero's tyrannical reign and Augustus's reforms by peeling back the hidden history of Rome.

11.15 Ancient Impossible: Ancient Einsteins

We show the amazing genius of Archimedes, who managed to make water flow uphill, Philon created the first robot, and Ctesibius who experimented with pneumatics. Heron of Alexandria invented the steam engine, automatic doors and vending machines!

12.00 Battles BC: David: Giant Slayer

With a single slingshot to the head, young David defeated the giant Goliath. But behind this famous tale lies a world of treachery, intrigue and political ambition.

12.45 Digging for the Truth: The Lost Tribe of Israel

What are the true origins of the Lemba tribe? Did they really make an incredible 6,500 kilometre journey from the Middle East to Africa?

13.30 UFO Hunters: Aliens at the Airport

The team investigate a strange object seen over Chicago's O'Hare Airport in 2006. Are aliens watching our airports? And if so, could they have a malevolent agenda?

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Secrets of the Mummies

Ancient Astronaut theorists believe the global practice of mummification is not a coincidence, but proof that highly advanced extraterrestrials visited Earth in the distant past. 

15.00 River Hunters: Durham

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

15.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the European Monarchs

Featuring Louis XIV's reign of flattery and sycophancy, the stormy marriage of Spain's Philip and Joanna, and Austrian Empress Maria Theresa's meddling in her children's lives.

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: Rome's Hidden Empire

Host Eric Geller discovers what life was like during Emperor Nero's tyrannical reign and Augustus's reforms by peeling back the hidden history of Rome.

17.15 Ancient Impossible: Biggest Builds

A mega factory is a modern invention--wrong--the ancients were the first to build these thousands of years ago. We reveal the impossible ingenuity and techniques that made it possible for the ancients to have "Mega Factories" of their own.

18.00 Battles BC: Caesar: Super Siege

Relive the epic battle which saw Caesar's Roman forces use audacious tactics to overcome a Gallic army that outnumbered them five to one.

18.45 Digging for the Truth: Who Built Egypt's Pyramids?

A comprehensive look at the competing theories as to who built the pyramids and when. Does the great pyramid of Khufu hold the answers?

19.30 UFO Hunters: Alien Crashes

In 2008, witnesses in Needles, California, saw military helicopters carry away a glowing flying object. What was the government trying to hide? And could UFO clean-ups be common?

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Messages

There are those who believe that embedded in our most sacred religious texts, as well as in the design and location of ancient monuments, are secret messages that may reveal the purpose behind our very existence. 

21.00 PREMIERE Digging for the Truth: Lost Treasures of Petra

The city of Petra stands as one of the most mysterious archaeological sites on Earth. Created over 2,500 years ago, the ornate Petra cityscape was carved into the walls of Jordan's mountains.

21.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Corruption

Eyewitnesses recall how those in power at Auschwitz lined their pockets with wealth stolen from Jewish inmates while also engaging in illicit affairs.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: Rome: The Rise

Beneath the modern city streets, ancient underground neighbourhoods and sewerage systems reveal the technological marvels that helped advance an empire.

23.15 Ancient Impossible: Biggest Builds

A mega factory is a modern invention--wrong--the ancients were the first to build these thousands of years ago. We reveal the impossible ingenuity and techniques that made it possible for the ancients to have "Mega Factories" of their own.

00.00 Battles BC: Caesar: Super Siege

Relive the epic battle which saw Caesar's Roman forces use audacious tactics to overcome a Gallic army that outnumbered them five to one.

00.45 Digging for the Truth: Who Built Egypt's Pyramids?

A comprehensive look at the competing theories as to who built the pyramids and when. Does the great pyramid of Khufu hold the answers?

01.30 UFO Hunters: Alien Crashes

In 2008, witnesses in Needles, California, saw military helicopters carry away a glowing flying object. What was the government trying to hide? And could UFO clean-ups be common?

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Messages

There are those who believe that embedded in our most sacred religious texts, as well as in the design and location of ancient monuments, are secret messages that may reveal the purpose behind our very existence. 

03.00 Digging for the Truth: Lost Treasures of Petra

The city of Petra stands as one of the most mysterious archaeological sites on Earth. Created over 2,500 years ago, the ornate Petra cityscape was carved into the walls of Jordan's mountains.

03.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Corruption

Eyewitnesses recall how those in power at Auschwitz lined their pockets with wealth stolen from Jewish inmates while also engaging in illicit affairs.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: Rome: The Rise

Beneath the modern city streets, ancient underground neighbourhoods and sewerage systems reveal the technological marvels that helped advance an empire.

05.15 Ancient Impossible: Biggest Builds

A mega factory is a modern invention--wrong--the ancients were the first to build these thousands of years ago. We reveal the impossible ingenuity and techniques that made it possible for the ancients to have "Mega Factories" of their own.

Friday

18 December 2020

06.00 Battles BC: Caesar: Super Siege

Relive the epic battle which saw Caesar's Roman forces use audacious tactics to overcome a Gallic army that outnumbered them five to one.

06.45 Digging for the Truth: Who Built Egypt's Pyramids?

A comprehensive look at the competing theories as to who built the pyramids and when. Does the great pyramid of Khufu hold the answers?

07.30 UFO Hunters: Alien Crashes

In 2008, witnesses in Needles, California, saw military helicopters carry away a glowing flying object. What was the government trying to hide? And could UFO clean-ups be common?

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Messages

There are those who believe that embedded in our most sacred religious texts, as well as in the design and location of ancient monuments, are secret messages that may reveal the purpose behind our very existence. 

09.00 Digging for the Truth: Lost Treasures of Petra

The city of Petra stands as one of the most mysterious archaeological sites on Earth. Created over 2,500 years ago, the ornate Petra cityscape was carved into the walls of Jordan's mountains.

09.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Corruption

Eyewitnesses recall how those in power at Auschwitz lined their pockets with wealth stolen from Jewish inmates while also engaging in illicit affairs.

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: Rome: The Rise

Beneath the modern city streets, ancient underground neighbourhoods and sewerage systems reveal the technological marvels that helped advance an empire.

11.15 Ancient Impossible: Biggest Builds

A mega factory is a modern invention--wrong--the ancients were the first to build these thousands of years ago. We reveal the impossible ingenuity and techniques that made it possible for the ancients to have "Mega Factories" of their own.

12.00 Battles BC: Caesar: Super Siege

Relive the epic battle which saw Caesar's Roman forces use audacious tactics to overcome a Gallic army that outnumbered them five to one.

12.45 Digging for the Truth: Who Built Egypt's Pyramids?

A comprehensive look at the competing theories as to who built the pyramids and when. Does the great pyramid of Khufu hold the answers?

13.30 UFO Hunters: Alien Crashes

In 2008, witnesses in Needles, California, saw military helicopters carry away a glowing flying object. What was the government trying to hide? And could UFO clean-ups be common?

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Alien Messages

There are those who believe that embedded in our most sacred religious texts, as well as in the design and location of ancient monuments, are secret messages that may reveal the purpose behind our very existence. 

15.00 Digging for the Truth: Lost Treasures of Petra

The city of Petra stands as one of the most mysterious archaeological sites on Earth. Created over 2,500 years ago, the ornate Petra cityscape was carved into the walls of Jordan's mountains.

15.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Corruption

Eyewitnesses recall how those in power at Auschwitz lined their pockets with wealth stolen from Jewish inmates while also engaging in illicit affairs.

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: Rome: The Rise

Beneath the modern city streets, ancient underground neighbourhoods and sewerage systems reveal the technological marvels that helped advance an empire.

17.15 Ancient Impossible: Power Tools

Power tools are not from the modern world, but are in fact thousands of years old. Most would be lost to time and not again for centuries. How was the ancient world able to create such incredible power tools?

18.00 Battles BC: Joshua: Epic Slaughter

Relive the first battle in the conquest of the Promised Land, where a defector in Jericho helped the Israelites infiltrate the city, destroying it from the inside.

18.45 Digging for the Truth: The Search for El Dorado

Intrepid host Josh Bernstein goes in search of the legendary lost City of Gold. From the peaks of the Andes to the depths of the Amazon, can he find the truth?

19.30 UFO Hunters: Area 51 Revealed

The team heads to the epicentre of UFO and military conspiracies, Area 51, where they interrogate former employees of the alleged storage site for alien spacecraft.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: The Great Flood

It is a story told in more than twelve hundred cultures around the world: the gods sent a great flood to wipe out humanity for its disobedient and wicked ways. 

21.00 HISTORY2 Favourite: Brad Meltzer's Lost History: The Ground Zero Flag

The most shocking missing item of all: the iconic Ground Zero Flag, raised by firefighters on 9/11. A few hours after it was raised, this sacred relic simply disappeared. 

21.45 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: Hitler's Photo Album

Host Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost and stolen history, including Hitler's personal photo albums and James Bond's original Aston Martin. Plus, an FBI sting operation seeks a Civil War relic stained with human blood.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: Scotland's Sin City

From plague victims being buried alive to body snatchers, illegal distilleries and castle dungeons, Edinburgh's underground world has a myriad of stories to tell.

23.15 Ancient Impossible: Power Tools

Power tools are not from the modern world, but are in fact thousands of years old. Most would be lost to time and not again for centuries. How was the ancient world able to create such incredible power tools?

00.00 Battles BC: Joshua: Epic Slaughter

Relive the first battle in the conquest of the Promised Land, where a defector in Jericho helped the Israelites infiltrate the city, destroying it from the inside.

00.45 Digging for the Truth: The Search for El Dorado

Intrepid host Josh Bernstein goes in search of the legendary lost City of Gold. From the peaks of the Andes to the depths of the Amazon, can he find the truth?

01.30 UFO Hunters: Area 51 Revealed

The team heads to the epicentre of UFO and military conspiracies, Area 51, where they interrogate former employees of the alleged storage site for alien spacecraft.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: The Great Flood

It is a story told in more than twelve hundred cultures around the world: the gods sent a great flood to wipe out humanity for its disobedient and wicked ways. 

03.00 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: The Ground Zero Flag

The most shocking missing item of all: the iconic Ground Zero Flag, raised by firefighters on 9/11. A few hours after it was raised, this sacred relic simply disappeared. 

03.45 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: Hitler's Photo Album

Host Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost and stolen history, including Hitler's personal photo albums and James Bond's original Aston Martin. Plus, an FBI sting operation seeks a Civil War relic stained with human blood.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: Scotland's Sin City

From plague victims being buried alive to body snatchers, illegal distilleries and castle dungeons, Edinburgh's underground world has a myriad of stories to tell.

05.15 Ancient Impossible: Power Tools

Power tools are not from the modern world, but are in fact thousands of years old. Most would be lost to time and not again for centuries. How was the ancient world able to create such incredible power tools?

Saturday

19 December 2020

06.00 Battles BC: Joshua: Epic Slaughter

Relive the first battle in the conquest of the Promised Land, where a defector in Jericho helped the Israelites infiltrate the city, destroying it from the inside.

06.45 Digging for the Truth: The Search for El Dorado

Intrepid host Josh Bernstein goes in search of the legendary lost City of Gold. From the peaks of the Andes to the depths of the Amazon, can he find the truth?

07.30 UFO Hunters: Area 51 Revealed

The team heads to the epicentre of UFO and military conspiracies, Area 51, where they interrogate former employees of the alleged storage site for alien spacecraft.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: The Great Flood

It is a story told in more than twelve hundred cultures around the world: the gods sent a great flood to wipe out humanity for its disobedient and wicked ways. 

09.00 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: The Ground Zero Flag

The most shocking missing item of all: the iconic Ground Zero Flag, raised by firefighters on 9/11. A few hours after it was raised, this sacred relic simply disappeared. 

09.45 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: Hitler's Photo Album

Host Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost and stolen history, including Hitler's personal photo albums and James Bond's original Aston Martin. Plus, an FBI sting operation seeks a Civil War relic stained with human blood.

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: Scotland's Sin City

From plague victims being buried alive to body snatchers, illegal distilleries and castle dungeons, Edinburgh's underground world has a myriad of stories to tell.

11.15 Ancient Impossible: Power Tools

Power tools are not from the modern world, but are in fact thousands of years old. Most would be lost to time and not again for centuries. How was the ancient world able to create such incredible power tools?

12.00 Battles BC: Joshua: Epic Slaughter

Relive the first battle in the conquest of the Promised Land, where a defector in Jericho helped the Israelites infiltrate the city, destroying it from the inside.

12.45 Digging for the Truth: The Search for El Dorado

Intrepid host Josh Bernstein goes in search of the legendary lost City of Gold. From the peaks of the Andes to the depths of the Amazon, can he find the truth?

13.30 UFO Hunters: Area 51 Revealed

The team heads to the epicentre of UFO and military conspiracies, Area 51, where they interrogate former employees of the alleged storage site for alien spacecraft.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: The Great Flood

It is a story told in more than twelve hundred cultures around the world: the gods sent a great flood to wipe out humanity for its disobedient and wicked ways. 

15.00 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: The Ground Zero Flag

The most shocking missing item of all: the iconic Ground Zero Flag, raised by firefighters on 9/11. A few hours after it was raised, this sacred relic simply disappeared. 

15.45 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: Hitler's Photo Album

Host Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost and stolen history, including Hitler's personal photo albums and James Bond's original Aston Martin. Plus, an FBI sting operation seeks a Civil War relic stained with human blood.

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: Scotland's Sin City

From plague victims being buried alive to body snatchers, illegal distilleries and castle dungeons, Edinburgh's underground world has a myriad of stories to tell.

17.15 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Loch Ness

The Loch Ness Monster is one of the world's most enduring mysteries. Are these fantastic creatures leftover dinosaurs, mythical animals or something that travelled to Earth millions of years ago?

18.00 Cities of the Underworld: Okinawa: Tunnels Of Hell

Around the world today, lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

18.45 Cities of the Underworld: London: City Of Blood

Around the world today, lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

19.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Dye Harder

While monitoring the dangerous collapse at H8, the team conducts a test that could lead them straight to the Money Pit.

20.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Detour

The treacherous collapse at H8 forces the team to strategize an exciting new approach to the Money Pit while Alex and Jack investigate underwater targets which may lead to a second flood tunnel system.

21.00 PREMIERE The Lowe Files: America's Secret Space Programme

Rob, Matthew and John Owen take a trip to the Dugway Proving Ground – a military testing base in the Utah countryside, considered by many to be the new Area 51.

21.20 PREMIERE The Lowe Files: Mind Games

Can a father and his sons see one another, from miles apart, using only the power of their minds? Inspired by the movie 'The Men Who Stare at Goats', Rob and the boys visit two specialists in California to master the top secret art of Remote Viewing.

21.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Pharaohs

A look at Queen Hatshepsut's penchant for dressing like a man and Nefertiti's decision to marry the deformed and sickly Akhenaten.

22.30 History of the Future: The Future of Globalisation

This episode explores the profound changes affecting the global order due to the rise of China and anti-globalisation movements.

23.15 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Loch Ness

The Loch Ness Monster is one of the world's most enduring mysteries. Are these fantastic creatures leftover dinosaurs, mythical animals or something that travelled to Earth millions of years ago?

00.00 Cities of the Underworld: Okinawa: Tunnels Of Hell

Around the world today, lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

00.45 Cities of the Underworld: London: City Of Blood

Around the world today, lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

01.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Dye Harder

While monitoring the dangerous collapse at H8, the team conducts a test that could lead them straight to the Money Pit.

02.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Detour

The treacherous collapse at H8 forces the team to strategize an exciting new approach to the Money Pit while Alex and Jack investigate underwater targets which may lead to a second flood tunnel system.

03.00 The Lowe Files: America's Secret Space Programme

Rob, Matthew and John Owen take a trip to the Dugway Proving Ground – a military testing base in the Utah countryside, considered by many to be the new Area 51.

03.20 The Lowe Files: Mind Games

Can a father and his sons see one another, from miles apart, using only the power of their minds? Inspired by the movie 'The Men Who Stare at Goats', Rob and the boys visit two specialists in California to master the top secret art of Remote Viewing.

03.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Pharaohs

A look at Queen Hatshepsut's penchant for dressing like a man and Nefertiti's decision to marry the deformed and sickly Akhenaten.

04.30 History of the Future: The Future of Globalisation

This episode explores the profound changes affecting the global order due to the rise of China and anti-globalisation movements.

05.15 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Loch Ness

The Loch Ness Monster is one of the world's most enduring mysteries. Are these fantastic creatures leftover dinosaurs, mythical animals or something that travelled to Earth millions of years ago?

Sunday

20 December 2020

06.00 Cities of the Underworld: Okinawa: Tunnels Of Hell

Around the world today, lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

06.45 Cities of the Underworld: London: City Of Blood

Around the world today, lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

07.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Dye Harder

While monitoring the dangerous collapse at H8, the team conducts a test that could lead them straight to the Money Pit.

08.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Detour

The treacherous collapse at H8 forces the team to strategize an exciting new approach to the Money Pit while Alex and Jack investigate underwater targets which may lead to a second flood tunnel system.

09.00 The Lowe Files: America's Secret Space Programme

Rob, Matthew and John Owen take a trip to the Dugway Proving Ground – a military testing base in the Utah countryside, considered by many to be the new Area 51.

09.20 The Lowe Files: Mind Games

Can a father and his sons see one another, from miles apart, using only the power of their minds? Inspired by the movie 'The Men Who Stare at Goats', Rob and the boys visit two specialists in California to master the top secret art of Remote Viewing.

09.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Pharaohs

A look at Queen Hatshepsut's penchant for dressing like a man and Nefertiti's decision to marry the deformed and sickly Akhenaten.

10.30 History of the Future: The Future of Globalisation

This episode explores the profound changes affecting the global order due to the rise of China and anti-globalisation movements.

11.15 In Search Of Aliens: The Mystery of Loch Ness

The Loch Ness Monster is one of the world's most enduring mysteries. Are these fantastic creatures leftover dinosaurs, mythical animals or something that travelled to Earth millions of years ago?

12.00 Cities of the Underworld: Okinawa: Tunnels Of Hell

Around the world today, lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

12.45 Cities of the Underworld: London: City Of Blood

Around the world today, lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

13.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Dye Harder

While monitoring the dangerous collapse at H8, the team conducts a test that could lead them straight to the Money Pit.

14.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Detour

The treacherous collapse at H8 forces the team to strategize an exciting new approach to the Money Pit while Alex and Jack investigate underwater targets which may lead to a second flood tunnel system.

15.00 The Lowe Files: America's Secret Space Programme

Rob, Matthew and John Owen take a trip to the Dugway Proving Ground – a military testing base in the Utah countryside, considered by many to be the new Area 51.

15.20 The Lowe Files: Mind Games

Can a father and his sons see one another, from miles apart, using only the power of their minds? Inspired by the movie 'The Men Who Stare at Goats', Rob and the boys visit two specialists in California to master the top secret art of Remote Viewing.

15.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Pharaohs

A look at Queen Hatshepsut's penchant for dressing like a man and Nefertiti's decision to marry the deformed and sickly Akhenaten.

16.30 History of the Future: The Future of Globalisation

This episode explores the profound changes affecting the global order due to the rise of China and anti-globalisation movements.

17.15 Serial Killer Earth: Lightning Strikes Twice

Mother Nature unleashes a barrage of attacks around the globe. In San Francisco, an earthquake crushes commuters; a rolling avalanche devours climbers in the Himalayas; and in Nebraska, lightning strikes an unlucky storm chaser.

18.00 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: The Ground Zero Flag

The most shocking missing item of all: the iconic Ground Zero Flag, raised by firefighters on 9/11. A few hours after it was raised, this sacred relic simply disappeared. 

18.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Frenzied Killing

Penultimate episode. The deportation of Hungary's Jews in 1944 precipitated the most intensive slaughter in Auschwitz's history.

19.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Clue or False?

The team is amazed when their new approach to locate the Money Pit yields evidence in gigantic proportions.

20.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Heavy Metal

An unexpected discovery strengthens Oak Island's connection to the Knights Templar.

21.00 River Hunters: Durham

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

21.45 Digging for the Truth: Lost Treasures of Petra

The city of Petra stands as one of the most mysterious archaeological sites on Earth. Created over 2,500 years ago, the ornate Petra cityscape was carved into the walls of Jordan's mountains.

22.30 The Treasure Hunters: Episode 2

Dallas Campbell and Ellie Harrison reveal the greatest treasures we have ever created. Dallas dives on a shipwreck where gold, silver and emeralds were found.

23.15 Serial Killer Earth: Lightning Strikes Twice

Mother Nature unleashes a barrage of attacks around the globe. In San Francisco, an earthquake crushes commuters; a rolling avalanche devours climbers in the Himalayas; and in Nebraska, lightning strikes an unlucky storm chaser.

00.00 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: The Ground Zero Flag

The most shocking missing item of all: the iconic Ground Zero Flag, raised by firefighters on 9/11. A few hours after it was raised, this sacred relic simply disappeared. 

00.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Frenzied Killing

Penultimate episode. The deportation of Hungary's Jews in 1944 precipitated the most intensive slaughter in Auschwitz's history.

01.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Clue or False?

The team is amazed when their new approach to locate the Money Pit yields evidence in gigantic proportions.

02.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Heavy Metal

An unexpected discovery strengthens Oak Island's connection to the Knights Templar.

03.00 River Hunters: Durham

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

03.45 Digging for the Truth: Lost Treasures of Petra

The city of Petra stands as one of the most mysterious archaeological sites on Earth. Created over 2,500 years ago, the ornate Petra cityscape was carved into the walls of Jordan's mountains.

04.30 The Treasure Hunters: Episode 2

Dallas Campbell and Ellie Harrison reveal the greatest treasures we have ever created. Dallas dives on a shipwreck where gold, silver and emeralds were found.

05.15 Serial Killer Earth: Lightning Strikes Twice

Mother Nature unleashes a barrage of attacks around the globe. In San Francisco, an earthquake crushes commuters; a rolling avalanche devours climbers in the Himalayas; and in Nebraska, lightning strikes an unlucky storm chaser.

Monday

21 December 2020

06.00 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: The Ground Zero Flag

The most shocking missing item of all: the iconic Ground Zero Flag, raised by firefighters on 9/11. A few hours after it was raised, this sacred relic simply disappeared. 

06.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Frenzied Killing

Penultimate episode. The deportation of Hungary's Jews in 1944 precipitated the most intensive slaughter in Auschwitz's history.

07.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Clue or False?

The team is amazed when their new approach to locate the Money Pit yields evidence in gigantic proportions.

08.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Heavy Metal

An unexpected discovery strengthens Oak Island's connection to the Knights Templar.

09.00 River Hunters: Durham

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

09.45 Digging for the Truth: Lost Treasures of Petra

The city of Petra stands as one of the most mysterious archaeological sites on Earth. Created over 2,500 years ago, the ornate Petra cityscape was carved into the walls of Jordan's mountains.

10.30 The Treasure Hunters: Episode 2

Dallas Campbell and Ellie Harrison reveal the greatest treasures we have ever created. Dallas dives on a shipwreck where gold, silver and emeralds were found.

11.15 Serial Killer Earth: Lightning Strikes Twice

Mother Nature unleashes a barrage of attacks around the globe. In San Francisco, an earthquake crushes commuters; a rolling avalanche devours climbers in the Himalayas; and in Nebraska, lightning strikes an unlucky storm chaser.

12.00 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: The Ground Zero Flag

The most shocking missing item of all: the iconic Ground Zero Flag, raised by firefighters on 9/11. A few hours after it was raised, this sacred relic simply disappeared. 

12.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Frenzied Killing

Penultimate episode. The deportation of Hungary's Jews in 1944 precipitated the most intensive slaughter in Auschwitz's history.

13.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Clue or False?

The team is amazed when their new approach to locate the Money Pit yields evidence in gigantic proportions.

14.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Heavy Metal

An unexpected discovery strengthens Oak Island's connection to the Knights Templar.

15.00 River Hunters: Durham

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

15.45 Digging for the Truth: Lost Treasures of Petra

The city of Petra stands as one of the most mysterious archaeological sites on Earth. Created over 2,500 years ago, the ornate Petra cityscape was carved into the walls of Jordan's mountains.

16.30 The Treasure Hunters: Episode 2

Dallas Campbell and Ellie Harrison reveal the greatest treasures we have ever created. Dallas dives on a shipwreck where gold, silver and emeralds were found.

17.15 Ancient Impossible: Warrior Tech

Today, modern soldiers are equipped with all the latest battlefield technology. But what cutting edge weapons and defences were the ancient warriors armed with? 

18.00 Battles BC: Moses: Death Chase

In a manoeuvre of strategic brilliance, Moses leads his people out of Egypt and lures the Egyptian army to a watery grave.

18.45 Digging for the Truth: Nefertiti: The Mummy Returns

Queen Nefertiti was once the most beautiful and powerful woman in Egypt - renowned in the ancient world. But she vanished without a trace, lost to the sands of Egypt for more than three thousand years.

19.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Omens of Doom

Astronomical events were once thought of as heralds of ill omen. But what could these events have been? And did any of them shape history?

20.15 Ancient Aliens: The Vanishings

Stories of civilisations large and small disappearing without a trace can be found throughout history and across the globe. 

21.00 PREMIERE Museum Men: Yeager's Supersonic Jet

Creative Arts is building the Bell X1 for the Armed Forces History Museum in Florida. American pilot Chuck Yeager flew this experimental rocket plane and succeeded in breaking the sound barrier.

21.45 History of the Future: The Future of Democracy

This episode documents the ongoing crisis of democracy and explores the strengths and weaknesses of some of the technological and autocratic alternatives that aspire to replace it.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: Secret Pagan Underground: Cappadocia

The castles and dungeons of the Hittites are hidden beneath the sandy lunar landscape of Cappadocia. Why did this ancient empire fall?

23.15 Ancient Impossible: Warrior Tech

Today, modern soldiers are equipped with all the latest battlefield technology. But what cutting edge weapons and defences were the ancient warriors armed with? 

00.00 Battles BC: Moses: Death Chase

In a manoeuvre of strategic brilliance, Moses leads his people out of Egypt and lures the Egyptian army to a watery grave.

00.45 Digging for the Truth: Nefertiti: The Mummy Returns

Queen Nefertiti was once the most beautiful and powerful woman in Egypt - renowned in the ancient world. But she vanished without a trace, lost to the sands of Egypt for more than three thousand years.

01.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Omens of Doom

Astronomical events were once thought of as heralds of ill omen. But what could these events have been? And did any of them shape history?

02.15 Ancient Aliens: The Vanishings

Stories of civilisations large and small disappearing without a trace can be found throughout history and across the globe. 

03.00 Museum Men: Yeager's Supersonic Jet

Creative Arts is building the Bell X1 for the Armed Forces History Museum in Florida. American pilot Chuck Yeager flew this experimental rocket plane and succeeded in breaking the sound barrier.

03.45 History of the Future: The Future of Democracy

This episode documents the ongoing crisis of democracy and explores the strengths and weaknesses of some of the technological and autocratic alternatives that aspire to replace it.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: Secret Pagan Underground: Cappadocia

The castles and dungeons of the Hittites are hidden beneath the sandy lunar landscape of Cappadocia. Why did this ancient empire fall?

05.15 Ancient Impossible: Warrior Tech

Today, modern soldiers are equipped with all the latest battlefield technology. But what cutting edge weapons and defences were the ancient warriors armed with? 

Tuesday

22 December 2020

06.00 Battles BC: Moses: Death Chase

In a manoeuvre of strategic brilliance, Moses leads his people out of Egypt and lures the Egyptian army to a watery grave.

06.45 Digging for the Truth: Nefertiti: The Mummy Returns

Queen Nefertiti was once the most beautiful and powerful woman in Egypt - renowned in the ancient world. But she vanished without a trace, lost to the sands of Egypt for more than three thousand years.

07.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Omens of Doom

Astronomical events were once thought of as heralds of ill omen. But what could these events have been? And did any of them shape history?

08.15 Ancient Aliens: The Vanishings

Stories of civilisations large and small disappearing without a trace can be found throughout history and across the globe. 

09.00 Museum Men: Yeager's Supersonic Jet

Creative Arts is building the Bell X1 for the Armed Forces History Museum in Florida. American pilot Chuck Yeager flew this experimental rocket plane and succeeded in breaking the sound barrier.

09.45 History of the Future: The Future of Democracy

This episode documents the ongoing crisis of democracy and explores the strengths and weaknesses of some of the technological and autocratic alternatives that aspire to replace it.

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: Secret Pagan Underground: Cappadocia

The castles and dungeons of the Hittites are hidden beneath the sandy lunar landscape of Cappadocia. Why did this ancient empire fall?

11.15 Ancient Impossible: Warrior Tech

Today, modern soldiers are equipped with all the latest battlefield technology. But what cutting edge weapons and defences were the ancient warriors armed with? 

12.00 Battles BC: Moses: Death Chase

In a manoeuvre of strategic brilliance, Moses leads his people out of Egypt and lures the Egyptian army to a watery grave.

12.45 Digging for the Truth: Nefertiti: The Mummy Returns

Queen Nefertiti was once the most beautiful and powerful woman in Egypt - renowned in the ancient world. But she vanished without a trace, lost to the sands of Egypt for more than three thousand years.

13.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Omens of Doom

Astronomical events were once thought of as heralds of ill omen. But what could these events have been? And did any of them shape history?

14.15 Ancient Aliens: The Vanishings

Stories of civilisations large and small disappearing without a trace can be found throughout history and across the globe. 

15.00 Museum Men: Yeager's Supersonic Jet

Creative Arts is building the Bell X1 for the Armed Forces History Museum in Florida. American pilot Chuck Yeager flew this experimental rocket plane and succeeded in breaking the sound barrier.

15.45 History of the Future: The Future of Democracy

This episode documents the ongoing crisis of democracy and explores the strengths and weaknesses of some of the technological and autocratic alternatives that aspire to replace it.

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: Secret Pagan Underground: Cappadocia

The castles and dungeons of the Hittites are hidden beneath the sandy lunar landscape of Cappadocia. Why did this ancient empire fall?

17.15 Ancient Impossible: Roman Empire

We explore ancient texts to uncover amazing Roman technologies including a horse-drawn arrow shooter--possibly the world's first tank?

18.00 Battles BC: Alexander: Lord of War

The great general leads his huge empire to India. Facing a challenging campaign in tough conditions, Alexander's plan requires tactical brilliance.

18.45 Digging for the Truth: Pompeii: Secrets Revealed

In 79 AD, the mighty volcano Vesuvius exploded in one of the most deadly eruptions of all time, burying the city of Pompeii and other Roman towns along the Bay of Naples beneath layers of ash and pumice.

19.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: The Eye of God

An exploration of the shapes and patterns seen when observing planets and galaxies, and how the form of the universe itself was created.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and the Civil War

The Civil War nearly destroyed the great experiment known as the United States of America, but is it possible that the preservation of the republic was influenced by extraterrestrial beings?

21.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: The Mystery of Puma Punku

Forty miles west of La Paz, Bolivia - high in the Andes Mountains - lie the mysterious ancient ruins of Puma Punku. Could it have been built by extraterrestrials?

21.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Into The Bone Cave

Chasing accounts of giant skeleton discoveries, Jim and Bill Vieira follow in the footsteps of Abraham Lincoln, who was fascinated by tales and legends of ancient colossi.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: Underground Bootleggers: Portland

Slave tunnels, gambling dens and opium runners: welcome to the dark, 100 year-old underworld history of Portland, Oregon, famous for being a city full of vice.

23.15 Ancient Impossible: Roman Empire

We explore ancient texts to uncover amazing Roman technologies including a horse-drawn arrow shooter--possibly the world's first tank?

00.00 Battles BC: Alexander: Lord of War

The great general leads his huge empire to India. Facing a challenging campaign in tough conditions, Alexander's plan requires tactical brilliance.

00.45 Digging for the Truth: Pompeii: Secrets Revealed

In 79 AD, the mighty volcano Vesuvius exploded in one of the most deadly eruptions of all time, burying the city of Pompeii and other Roman towns along the Bay of Naples beneath layers of ash and pumice.

01.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: The Eye of God

An exploration of the shapes and patterns seen when observing planets and galaxies, and how the form of the universe itself was created.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and the Civil War

The Civil War nearly destroyed the great experiment known as the United States of America, but is it possible that the preservation of the republic was influenced by extraterrestrial beings?

03.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: The Mystery of Puma Punku

Forty miles west of La Paz, Bolivia - high in the Andes Mountains - lie the mysterious ancient ruins of Puma Punku. Could it have been built by extraterrestrials?

03.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Into The Bone Cave

Chasing accounts of giant skeleton discoveries, Jim and Bill Vieira follow in the footsteps of Abraham Lincoln, who was fascinated by tales and legends of ancient colossi.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: Underground Bootleggers: Portland

Slave tunnels, gambling dens and opium runners: welcome to the dark, 100 year-old underworld history of Portland, Oregon, famous for being a city full of vice.

05.15 Ancient Impossible: Roman Empire

We explore ancient texts to uncover amazing Roman technologies including a horse-drawn arrow shooter--possibly the world's first tank?

Wednesday

23 December 2020

06.00 Battles BC: Alexander: Lord of War

The great general leads his huge empire to India. Facing a challenging campaign in tough conditions, Alexander's plan requires tactical brilliance.

06.45 Digging for the Truth: Pompeii: Secrets Revealed

In 79 AD, the mighty volcano Vesuvius exploded in one of the most deadly eruptions of all time, burying the city of Pompeii and other Roman towns along the Bay of Naples beneath layers of ash and pumice.

07.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: The Eye of God

An exploration of the shapes and patterns seen when observing planets and galaxies, and how the form of the universe itself was created.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and the Civil War

The Civil War nearly destroyed the great experiment known as the United States of America, but is it possible that the preservation of the republic was influenced by extraterrestrial beings?

09.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: The Mystery of Puma Punku

Forty miles west of La Paz, Bolivia - high in the Andes Mountains - lie the mysterious ancient ruins of Puma Punku. Could it have been built by extraterrestrials?

09.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Into The Bone Cave

Chasing accounts of giant skeleton discoveries, Jim and Bill Vieira follow in the footsteps of Abraham Lincoln, who was fascinated by tales and legends of ancient colossi.

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: Underground Bootleggers: Portland

Slave tunnels, gambling dens and opium runners: welcome to the dark, 100 year-old underworld history of Portland, Oregon, famous for being a city full of vice.

11.15 Ancient Impossible: Roman Empire

We explore ancient texts to uncover amazing Roman technologies including a horse-drawn arrow shooter--possibly the world's first tank?

12.00 Battles BC: Alexander: Lord of War

The great general leads his huge empire to India. Facing a challenging campaign in tough conditions, Alexander's plan requires tactical brilliance.

12.45 Digging for the Truth: Pompeii: Secrets Revealed

In 79 AD, the mighty volcano Vesuvius exploded in one of the most deadly eruptions of all time, burying the city of Pompeii and other Roman towns along the Bay of Naples beneath layers of ash and pumice.

13.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: The Eye of God

An exploration of the shapes and patterns seen when observing planets and galaxies, and how the form of the universe itself was created.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and the Civil War

The Civil War nearly destroyed the great experiment known as the United States of America, but is it possible that the preservation of the republic was influenced by extraterrestrial beings?

15.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: The Mystery of Puma Punku

Forty miles west of La Paz, Bolivia - high in the Andes Mountains - lie the mysterious ancient ruins of Puma Punku. Could it have been built by extraterrestrials?

15.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Into The Bone Cave

Chasing accounts of giant skeleton discoveries, Jim and Bill Vieira follow in the footsteps of Abraham Lincoln, who was fascinated by tales and legends of ancient colossi.

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: Underground Bootleggers: Portland

Slave tunnels, gambling dens and opium runners: welcome to the dark, 100 year-old underworld history of Portland, Oregon, famous for being a city full of vice.

17.15 Ancient Impossible: Greatest Ships

Some of the greatest ships in history were actually designed, built and sailed thousands of years ago. Join us as we examine the greatest warship of the ancient world, the Greek Trireme. What made Triremes so deadly and fast? 

18.00 Battles BC: Ramses: Raging Chariots

Discover how cornered Egyptian soldiers miraculously escaped the Hittites in one of the greatest armed battles of the ancient world.

18.45 Digging for the Truth: Quest for King Solomon's Gold

Host Josh Bernstein searches for the long-lost land of Ophir, home of King Solomon's vast treasures. But can he succeed where so many before him have failed?

19.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Apocalyptic Visions

Many ancient civilisations foretold of the world's end, but could these be close to the truth? And how close is the end of days?

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Hidden Pyramids

With infrared satellite technology detecting pyramids hidden underneath the sand in Egypt and airborne laser sensors discovering long lost pyramids beneath the jungles of Central America, many believe we have entered a new pyramid era. 

21.00 River Hunters: Salisbury

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

21.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Pharaohs

A look at Queen Hatshepsut's penchant for dressing like a man and Nefertiti's decision to marry the deformed and sickly Akhenaten.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: Real Mafia Underground: Sicily

Join host Don Wildman as he travels to Sicily to trace the mafia's roots back to when they were a vigilante secret society in an underground network.

23.15 Ancient Impossible: Greatest Ships

Some of the greatest ships in history were actually designed, built and sailed thousands of years ago. Join us as we examine the greatest warship of the ancient world, the Greek Trireme. What made Triremes so deadly and fast? 

00.00 Battles BC: Ramses: Raging Chariots

Discover how cornered Egyptian soldiers miraculously escaped the Hittites in one of the greatest armed battles of the ancient world.

00.45 Digging for the Truth: Quest for King Solomon's Gold

Host Josh Bernstein searches for the long-lost land of Ophir, home of King Solomon's vast treasures. But can he succeed where so many before him have failed?

01.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Apocalyptic Visions

Many ancient civilisations foretold of the world's end, but could these be close to the truth? And how close is the end of days?

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Hidden Pyramids

With infrared satellite technology detecting pyramids hidden underneath the sand in Egypt and airborne laser sensors discovering long lost pyramids beneath the jungles of Central America, many believe we have entered a new pyramid era. 

03.00 River Hunters: Salisbury

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

03.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Pharaohs

A look at Queen Hatshepsut's penchant for dressing like a man and Nefertiti's decision to marry the deformed and sickly Akhenaten.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: Real Mafia Underground: Sicily

Join host Don Wildman as he travels to Sicily to trace the mafia's roots back to when they were a vigilante secret society in an underground network.

05.15 Ancient Impossible: Greatest Ships

Some of the greatest ships in history were actually designed, built and sailed thousands of years ago. Join us as we examine the greatest warship of the ancient world, the Greek Trireme. What made Triremes so deadly and fast? 

Thursday

24 December 2020

06.00 Battles BC: Ramses: Raging Chariots

Discover how cornered Egyptian soldiers miraculously escaped the Hittites in one of the greatest armed battles of the ancient world.

06.45 Digging for the Truth: Quest for King Solomon's Gold

Host Josh Bernstein searches for the long-lost land of Ophir, home of King Solomon's vast treasures. But can he succeed where so many before him have failed?

07.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Apocalyptic Visions

Many ancient civilisations foretold of the world's end, but could these be close to the truth? And how close is the end of days?

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Hidden Pyramids

With infrared satellite technology detecting pyramids hidden underneath the sand in Egypt and airborne laser sensors discovering long lost pyramids beneath the jungles of Central America, many believe we have entered a new pyramid era. 

09.00 River Hunters: Salisbury

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

09.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Pharaohs

A look at Queen Hatshepsut's penchant for dressing like a man and Nefertiti's decision to marry the deformed and sickly Akhenaten.

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: Real Mafia Underground: Sicily

Join host Don Wildman as he travels to Sicily to trace the mafia's roots back to when they were a vigilante secret society in an underground network.

11.15 Ancient Impossible: Greatest Ships

Some of the greatest ships in history were actually designed, built and sailed thousands of years ago. Join us as we examine the greatest warship of the ancient world, the Greek Trireme. What made Triremes so deadly and fast? 

12.00 Battles BC: Ramses: Raging Chariots

Discover how cornered Egyptian soldiers miraculously escaped the Hittites in one of the greatest armed battles of the ancient world.

12.45 Digging for the Truth: Quest for King Solomon's Gold

Host Josh Bernstein searches for the long-lost land of Ophir, home of King Solomon's vast treasures. But can he succeed where so many before him have failed?

13.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Apocalyptic Visions

Many ancient civilisations foretold of the world's end, but could these be close to the truth? And how close is the end of days?

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Hidden Pyramids

With infrared satellite technology detecting pyramids hidden underneath the sand in Egypt and airborne laser sensors discovering long lost pyramids beneath the jungles of Central America, many believe we have entered a new pyramid era. 

15.00 River Hunters: Salisbury

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

15.45 Private Lives: Private Lives of the Pharaohs

A look at Queen Hatshepsut's penchant for dressing like a man and Nefertiti's decision to marry the deformed and sickly Akhenaten.

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: Real Mafia Underground: Sicily

Join host Don Wildman as he travels to Sicily to trace the mafia's roots back to when they were a vigilante secret society in an underground network.

17.15 Ancient Impossible: Extreme Engineering

Ancients get troops to cross a nearly 4,000 foot river, extract oil from the ground without the use of modern drilling technique and build a water tank which contained 3 million cubic feet of water.

18.00 Battles BC: Judgement Day at Marathon

Discover how, after years of rivalry, a small Greek army defeated the Persians through sheer mettle and a brilliant defensive strategy.

18.45 Digging for the Truth: Mystery of the Anasazi

In the 13th century, Anasazi Indians moved their villages to the perilous cliffs of Mesa Verde and then disappeared. Host Josh Bernstein investigates the mystery.

19.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Alien Worlds

New technologies have suddenly revealed thousands of distant planets, opening up the most exciting period in astronomy in decades. Some believe we're on the verge of answering the ancient question: are we alone in the universe?

20.15 Ancient Aliens: The Alien Agenda

Ancient Astronaut theorists have long proposed that extraterrestrials played a pivotal role in our past, and some believe they continue to keep a careful watch over the progress of mankind. 

21.00 PREMIERE Digging for the Truth: Stonehenge of the Americas

In the Bolivian Andes, a sprawling ancient city sits 4,000 metres above sea level. With its giant monoliths and grand design, it has long been compared to Stonehenge in England.

21.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Frenzied Killing

Penultimate episode. The deportation of Hungary's Jews in 1944 precipitated the most intensive slaughter in Auschwitz's history.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: Gladiator: Blood Sport: Naples & Rome

Presenter Don Wildman explores the meandering underworld of Naples in Rome. Were these ageing structures used by ancient gladiators?

23.15 Ancient Impossible: Extreme Engineering

Ancients get troops to cross a nearly 4,000 foot river, extract oil from the ground without the use of modern drilling technique and build a water tank which contained 3 million cubic feet of water.

00.00 Battles BC: Judgement Day at Marathon

Discover how, after years of rivalry, a small Greek army defeated the Persians through sheer mettle and a brilliant defensive strategy.

00.45 Digging for the Truth: Mystery of the Anasazi

In the 13th century, Anasazi Indians moved their villages to the perilous cliffs of Mesa Verde and then disappeared. Host Josh Bernstein investigates the mystery.

01.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Alien Worlds

New technologies have suddenly revealed thousands of distant planets, opening up the most exciting period in astronomy in decades. Some believe we're on the verge of answering the ancient question: are we alone in the universe?

02.15 Ancient Aliens: The Alien Agenda

Ancient Astronaut theorists have long proposed that extraterrestrials played a pivotal role in our past, and some believe they continue to keep a careful watch over the progress of mankind. 

03.00 Digging for the Truth: Stonehenge of the Americas

In the Bolivian Andes, a sprawling ancient city sits 4,000 metres above sea level. With its giant monoliths and grand design, it has long been compared to Stonehenge in England.

03.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Frenzied Killing

Penultimate episode. The deportation of Hungary's Jews in 1944 precipitated the most intensive slaughter in Auschwitz's history.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: Gladiator: Blood Sport: Naples & Rome

Presenter Don Wildman explores the meandering underworld of Naples in Rome. Were these ageing structures used by ancient gladiators?

05.15 Ancient Impossible: Extreme Engineering

Ancients get troops to cross a nearly 4,000 foot river, extract oil from the ground without the use of modern drilling technique and build a water tank which contained 3 million cubic feet of water.

Friday

25 December 2020

06.00 Battles BC: Judgement Day at Marathon

Discover how, after years of rivalry, a small Greek army defeated the Persians through sheer mettle and a brilliant defensive strategy.

06.45 Digging for the Truth: Mystery of the Anasazi

In the 13th century, Anasazi Indians moved their villages to the perilous cliffs of Mesa Verde and then disappeared. Host Josh Bernstein investigates the mystery.

07.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Alien Worlds

New technologies have suddenly revealed thousands of distant planets, opening up the most exciting period in astronomy in decades. Some believe we're on the verge of answering the ancient question: are we alone in the universe?

08.15 Ancient Aliens: The Alien Agenda

Ancient Astronaut theorists have long proposed that extraterrestrials played a pivotal role in our past, and some believe they continue to keep a careful watch over the progress of mankind. 

09.00 Digging for the Truth: Stonehenge of the Americas

In the Bolivian Andes, a sprawling ancient city sits 4,000 metres above sea level. With its giant monoliths and grand design, it has long been compared to Stonehenge in England.

09.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Frenzied Killing

Penultimate episode. The deportation of Hungary's Jews in 1944 precipitated the most intensive slaughter in Auschwitz's history.

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: Gladiator: Blood Sport: Naples & Rome

Presenter Don Wildman explores the meandering underworld of Naples in Rome. Were these ageing structures used by ancient gladiators?

11.15 Ancient Impossible: Extreme Engineering

Ancients get troops to cross a nearly 4,000 foot river, extract oil from the ground without the use of modern drilling technique and build a water tank which contained 3 million cubic feet of water.

12.00 Battles BC: Judgement Day at Marathon

Discover how, after years of rivalry, a small Greek army defeated the Persians through sheer mettle and a brilliant defensive strategy.

12.45 Digging for the Truth: Mystery of the Anasazi

In the 13th century, Anasazi Indians moved their villages to the perilous cliffs of Mesa Verde and then disappeared. Host Josh Bernstein investigates the mystery.

13.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Alien Worlds

New technologies have suddenly revealed thousands of distant planets, opening up the most exciting period in astronomy in decades. Some believe we're on the verge of answering the ancient question: are we alone in the universe?

14.15 Ancient Aliens: The Alien Agenda

Ancient Astronaut theorists have long proposed that extraterrestrials played a pivotal role in our past, and some believe they continue to keep a careful watch over the progress of mankind. 

15.00 Digging for the Truth: Stonehenge of the Americas

In the Bolivian Andes, a sprawling ancient city sits 4,000 metres above sea level. With its giant monoliths and grand design, it has long been compared to Stonehenge in England.

15.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Frenzied Killing

Penultimate episode. The deportation of Hungary's Jews in 1944 precipitated the most intensive slaughter in Auschwitz's history.

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: Gladiator: Blood Sport: Naples & Rome

Presenter Don Wildman explores the meandering underworld of Naples in Rome. Were these ageing structures used by ancient gladiators?

17.15 How the Earth Was Made: Loch Ness

A turbulent and violent geological past has led to the formation of this unique and beautiful waterway. The secrets and mysteries of Scotland's most famous loch are revealed.

18.00 Rome: Rise & Fall of an Empire: The First Barbarian War

113 BC. Rome is a small empire on the edge of the Mediterranean. After several disastrous defeats, the Roman elite are forced to turn to a commoner, Marius, to shake up the army and save Rome!

18.45 Digging for the Truth: Giants of Easter Island

Giant stone statues stand on the world's most remote island. Host Josh Bernstein travels to Easter Island to investigate who carved the famous relics.

19.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Predicting the Future

Many believe that the celestial movement of the Sun, planets and moon gives us the blueprint for life, and governs our future. But is there proof that this system of tracking astronomical phenomena can actually predict our future?

20.15 Ancient Aliens: The Mayan Conspiracy

The Mayan civilisation dominated Central America for nearly 2000 years, but by the 9th century AD, the great Mayan cities were abandoned and the Mayan people vanished. What could have happened to this advanced culture?

21.00 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: JFK's Brain

Host Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost and stolen history, including JFK's actual brain tissue and millions of dollars of gold coins stolen from the U.S. Mint. Plus, a remarkable violin from the Titanic.

21.45 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: Missing Moon Rocks

Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost history. Among the missing: actual lunar rocks brought back from the moon by American astronauts during the Apollo space program - and later stolen from NASA headquarters in a daring heist. 

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: Secret Sin City: Las Vegas

Presenter Don Wildman uncovers the underground secret surveillance nerve centres and the latest technology that beats the cheaters in Las Vegas.

23.15 How the Earth Was Made: Loch Ness

A turbulent and violent geological past has led to the formation of this unique and beautiful waterway. The secrets and mysteries of Scotland's most famous loch are revealed.

00.00 Rome: Rise & Fall of an Empire: The First Barbarian War

113 BC. Rome is a small empire on the edge of the Mediterranean. After several disastrous defeats, the Roman elite are forced to turn to a commoner, Marius, to shake up the army and save Rome!

00.45 Digging for the Truth: Giants of Easter Island

Giant stone statues stand on the world's most remote island. Host Josh Bernstein travels to Easter Island to investigate who carved the famous relics.

01.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Predicting the Future

Many believe that the celestial movement of the Sun, planets and moon gives us the blueprint for life, and governs our future. But is there proof that this system of tracking astronomical phenomena can actually predict our future?

02.15 Ancient Aliens: The Mayan Conspiracy

The Mayan civilisation dominated Central America for nearly 2000 years, but by the 9th century AD, the great Mayan cities were abandoned and the Mayan people vanished. What could have happened to this advanced culture?

03.00 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: JFK's Brain

Host Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost and stolen history, including JFK's actual brain tissue and millions of dollars of gold coins stolen from the U.S. Mint. Plus, a remarkable violin from the Titanic.

03.45 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: Missing Moon Rocks

Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost history. Among the missing: actual lunar rocks brought back from the moon by American astronauts during the Apollo space program - and later stolen from NASA headquarters in a daring heist. 

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: Secret Sin City: Las Vegas

Presenter Don Wildman uncovers the underground secret surveillance nerve centres and the latest technology that beats the cheaters in Las Vegas.

05.15 How the Earth Was Made: Loch Ness

A turbulent and violent geological past has led to the formation of this unique and beautiful waterway. The secrets and mysteries of Scotland's most famous loch are revealed.

Saturday

26 December 2020

06.00 Rome: Rise & Fall of an Empire: The First Barbarian War

113 BC. Rome is a small empire on the edge of the Mediterranean. After several disastrous defeats, the Roman elite are forced to turn to a commoner, Marius, to shake up the army and save Rome!

06.45 Digging for the Truth: Giants of Easter Island

Giant stone statues stand on the world's most remote island. Host Josh Bernstein travels to Easter Island to investigate who carved the famous relics.

07.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Predicting the Future

Many believe that the celestial movement of the Sun, planets and moon gives us the blueprint for life, and governs our future. But is there proof that this system of tracking astronomical phenomena can actually predict our future?

08.15 Ancient Aliens: The Mayan Conspiracy

The Mayan civilisation dominated Central America for nearly 2000 years, but by the 9th century AD, the great Mayan cities were abandoned and the Mayan people vanished. What could have happened to this advanced culture?

09.00 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: JFK's Brain

Host Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost and stolen history, including JFK's actual brain tissue and millions of dollars of gold coins stolen from the U.S. Mint. Plus, a remarkable violin from the Titanic.

09.45 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: Missing Moon Rocks

Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost history. Among the missing: actual lunar rocks brought back from the moon by American astronauts during the Apollo space program - and later stolen from NASA headquarters in a daring heist. 

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: Secret Sin City: Las Vegas

Presenter Don Wildman uncovers the underground secret surveillance nerve centres and the latest technology that beats the cheaters in Las Vegas.

11.15 How the Earth Was Made: Loch Ness

A turbulent and violent geological past has led to the formation of this unique and beautiful waterway. The secrets and mysteries of Scotland's most famous loch are revealed.

12.00 Rome: Rise & Fall of an Empire: The First Barbarian War

113 BC. Rome is a small empire on the edge of the Mediterranean. After several disastrous defeats, the Roman elite are forced to turn to a commoner, Marius, to shake up the army and save Rome!

12.45 Digging for the Truth: Giants of Easter Island

Giant stone statues stand on the world's most remote island. Host Josh Bernstein travels to Easter Island to investigate who carved the famous relics.

13.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Predicting the Future

Many believe that the celestial movement of the Sun, planets and moon gives us the blueprint for life, and governs our future. But is there proof that this system of tracking astronomical phenomena can actually predict our future?

14.15 Ancient Aliens: The Mayan Conspiracy

The Mayan civilisation dominated Central America for nearly 2000 years, but by the 9th century AD, the great Mayan cities were abandoned and the Mayan people vanished. What could have happened to this advanced culture?

15.00 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: JFK's Brain

Host Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost and stolen history, including JFK's actual brain tissue and millions of dollars of gold coins stolen from the U.S. Mint. Plus, a remarkable violin from the Titanic.

15.45 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: Missing Moon Rocks

Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost history. Among the missing: actual lunar rocks brought back from the moon by American astronauts during the Apollo space program - and later stolen from NASA headquarters in a daring heist. 

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: Secret Sin City: Las Vegas

Presenter Don Wildman uncovers the underground secret surveillance nerve centres and the latest technology that beats the cheaters in Las Vegas.

17.15 In Search Of Aliens: Searching for Bigfoot

In 1958, a bulldozer operator in California discovered 16-inch human-like footprints, and the legend of Bigfoot was born. Today, there are hundreds of reported sightings, but nowhere are the stories more prolific than in America's Pacific Northwest.

18.00 Cities of the Underworld: Barbarian's Lair (Western Europe)

Around the world today lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

18.45 Cities of the Underworld: Hitler's Trenches (Belgium)

Host Don Wildman explores a subterranean web of tunnels on Belgium's Western Front, where 24,000 Allied soldiers saw service during World War I.

19.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Striking Distance

With the days getting shorter and only a few weeks before the fellowship must suspend operations for the winter, the team is determined to excavate under the giant crane pad in Smith's Cove, confident they'll make their greatest breakthrough yet.

20.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Short Day and Tall Knights

Time is running out when the Laginas and the team are blindsided by a shocking development that threatens to halt all operations at the Money Pit.

21.00 PREMIERE The Lowe Files: Fear

With Matthew stuck back at law school studying for an exam, Rob and John Owen trek up to Boise, Idaho, to visit the haunted Old State Penitentiary - a grim site, notorious for its history of executions by hanging.

21.45 Abandoned Engineering: Silent Cities

Empty buildings and infrastructures are full of the echoes of real people and vanished lives, leaving many questions unanswered and mysteries unsolved.

22.30 History of the Future: The Future of Democracy

This episode documents the ongoing crisis of democracy and explores the strengths and weaknesses of some of the technological and autocratic alternatives that aspire to replace it.

23.15 In Search Of Aliens: Searching for Bigfoot

In 1958, a bulldozer operator in California discovered 16-inch human-like footprints, and the legend of Bigfoot was born. Today, there are hundreds of reported sightings, but nowhere are the stories more prolific than in America's Pacific Northwest.

00.00 Cities of the Underworld: Barbarian's Lair (Western Europe)

Around the world today lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

00.45 Cities of the Underworld: Hitler's Trenches (Belgium)

Host Don Wildman explores a subterranean web of tunnels on Belgium's Western Front, where 24,000 Allied soldiers saw service during World War I.

01.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Striking Distance

With the days getting shorter and only a few weeks before the fellowship must suspend operations for the winter, the team is determined to excavate under the giant crane pad in Smith's Cove, confident they'll make their greatest breakthrough yet.

02.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Short Day and Tall Knights

Time is running out when the Laginas and the team are blindsided by a shocking development that threatens to halt all operations at the Money Pit.

03.00 The Lowe Files: Fear

With Matthew stuck back at law school studying for an exam, Rob and John Owen trek up to Boise, Idaho, to visit the haunted Old State Penitentiary - a grim site, notorious for its history of executions by hanging.

03.45 Abandoned Engineering: Silent Cities

Empty buildings and infrastructures are full of the echoes of real people and vanished lives, leaving many questions unanswered and mysteries unsolved.

04.30 History of the Future: The Future of Democracy

This episode documents the ongoing crisis of democracy and explores the strengths and weaknesses of some of the technological and autocratic alternatives that aspire to replace it.

05.15 In Search Of Aliens: Searching for Bigfoot

In 1958, a bulldozer operator in California discovered 16-inch human-like footprints, and the legend of Bigfoot was born. Today, there are hundreds of reported sightings, but nowhere are the stories more prolific than in America's Pacific Northwest.

Sunday

27 December 2020

06.00 Cities of the Underworld: Barbarian's Lair (Western Europe)

Around the world today lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

06.45 Cities of the Underworld: Hitler's Trenches (Belgium)

Host Don Wildman explores a subterranean web of tunnels on Belgium's Western Front, where 24,000 Allied soldiers saw service during World War I.

07.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Striking Distance

With the days getting shorter and only a few weeks before the fellowship must suspend operations for the winter, the team is determined to excavate under the giant crane pad in Smith's Cove, confident they'll make their greatest breakthrough yet.

08.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Short Day and Tall Knights

Time is running out when the Laginas and the team are blindsided by a shocking development that threatens to halt all operations at the Money Pit.

09.00 The Lowe Files: Fear

With Matthew stuck back at law school studying for an exam, Rob and John Owen trek up to Boise, Idaho, to visit the haunted Old State Penitentiary - a grim site, notorious for its history of executions by hanging.

09.45 Abandoned Engineering: Silent Cities

Empty buildings and infrastructures are full of the echoes of real people and vanished lives, leaving many questions unanswered and mysteries unsolved.

10.30 History of the Future: The Future of Democracy

This episode documents the ongoing crisis of democracy and explores the strengths and weaknesses of some of the technological and autocratic alternatives that aspire to replace it.

11.15 In Search Of Aliens: Searching for Bigfoot

In 1958, a bulldozer operator in California discovered 16-inch human-like footprints, and the legend of Bigfoot was born. Today, there are hundreds of reported sightings, but nowhere are the stories more prolific than in America's Pacific Northwest.

12.00 Cities of the Underworld: Barbarian's Lair (Western Europe)

Around the world today lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

12.45 Cities of the Underworld: Hitler's Trenches (Belgium)

Host Don Wildman explores a subterranean web of tunnels on Belgium's Western Front, where 24,000 Allied soldiers saw service during World War I.

13.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Striking Distance

With the days getting shorter and only a few weeks before the fellowship must suspend operations for the winter, the team is determined to excavate under the giant crane pad in Smith's Cove, confident they'll make their greatest breakthrough yet.

14.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Short Day and Tall Knights

Time is running out when the Laginas and the team are blindsided by a shocking development that threatens to halt all operations at the Money Pit.

15.00 The Lowe Files: Fear

With Matthew stuck back at law school studying for an exam, Rob and John Owen trek up to Boise, Idaho, to visit the haunted Old State Penitentiary - a grim site, notorious for its history of executions by hanging.

15.45 Abandoned Engineering: Silent Cities

Empty buildings and infrastructures are full of the echoes of real people and vanished lives, leaving many questions unanswered and mysteries unsolved.

16.30 History of the Future: The Future of Democracy

This episode documents the ongoing crisis of democracy and explores the strengths and weaknesses of some of the technological and autocratic alternatives that aspire to replace it.

17.15 Serial Killer Earth: Hurricane Attacks Weatherman

A wildfire threatens to swallow a group of Russian firefighters; a hurricane takes dead aim at a Florida weatherman; and in Korea, a massive landslide wipes out traffic on a busy road.

18.00 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: Hitler's Photo Album

Host Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost and stolen history, including Hitler's personal photo albums and James Bond's original Aston Martin. Plus, an FBI sting operation seeks a Civil War relic stained with human blood.

18.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Liberation and Revenge

Last in series about the Nazi concentration camp, looking at the fate of the remaining prisoners and their guards. It uncovers how many survivors faced appalling treatment in their home countries and how many guards escaped justice.

19.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Seismic Matters

New data provides stunning proof that structures uncovered in Smith's Cove were built prior to the discovery of the Money Pit.

20.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Lost and Founding

The team is handed a shocking new theory that may connect the Oak Island treasure to the birth of a nation. But it's also the moment of truth for the fellowship as the guys are faced with the burning question: quit or continue?

21.00 River Hunters: Salisbury

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

21.45 Digging for the Truth: Stonehenge of the Americas

In the Bolivian Andes, a sprawling ancient city sits 4,000 metres above sea level. With its giant monoliths and grand design, it has long been compared to Stonehenge in England.

22.30 Lost Cities of the Ancients: The Vanished Capital of the Pharaoh

The documentary series which unearths lost cities looks at the mystery surrounding the Egyptian city of Piramesse, built by Ramesses the Great.

23.15 Serial Killer Earth: Hurricane Attacks Weatherman

A wildfire threatens to swallow a group of Russian firefighters; a hurricane takes dead aim at a Florida weatherman; and in Korea, a massive landslide wipes out traffic on a busy road.

00.00 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: Hitler's Photo Album

Host Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost and stolen history, including Hitler's personal photo albums and James Bond's original Aston Martin. Plus, an FBI sting operation seeks a Civil War relic stained with human blood.

00.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Liberation and Revenge

Last in series about the Nazi concentration camp, looking at the fate of the remaining prisoners and their guards. It uncovers how many survivors faced appalling treatment in their home countries and how many guards escaped justice.

01.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Seismic Matters

New data provides stunning proof that structures uncovered in Smith's Cove were built prior to the discovery of the Money Pit.

02.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Lost and Founding

The team is handed a shocking new theory that may connect the Oak Island treasure to the birth of a nation. But it's also the moment of truth for the fellowship as the guys are faced with the burning question: quit or continue?

03.00 River Hunters: Salisbury

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

03.45 Digging for the Truth: Stonehenge of the Americas

In the Bolivian Andes, a sprawling ancient city sits 4,000 metres above sea level. With its giant monoliths and grand design, it has long been compared to Stonehenge in England.

04.30 Lost Cities of the Ancients: The Vanished Capital of the Pharaoh

The documentary series which unearths lost cities looks at the mystery surrounding the Egyptian city of Piramesse, built by Ramesses the Great.

05.15 Serial Killer Earth: Hurricane Attacks Weatherman

A wildfire threatens to swallow a group of Russian firefighters; a hurricane takes dead aim at a Florida weatherman; and in Korea, a massive landslide wipes out traffic on a busy road.

Monday

28 December 2020

06.00 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: Hitler's Photo Album

Host Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost and stolen history, including Hitler's personal photo albums and James Bond's original Aston Martin. Plus, an FBI sting operation seeks a Civil War relic stained with human blood.

06.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Liberation and Revenge

Last in series about the Nazi concentration camp, looking at the fate of the remaining prisoners and their guards. It uncovers how many survivors faced appalling treatment in their home countries and how many guards escaped justice.

07.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Seismic Matters

New data provides stunning proof that structures uncovered in Smith's Cove were built prior to the discovery of the Money Pit.

08.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Lost and Founding

The team is handed a shocking new theory that may connect the Oak Island treasure to the birth of a nation. But it's also the moment of truth for the fellowship as the guys are faced with the burning question: quit or continue?

09.00 River Hunters: Salisbury

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

09.45 Digging for the Truth: Stonehenge of the Americas

In the Bolivian Andes, a sprawling ancient city sits 4,000 metres above sea level. With its giant monoliths and grand design, it has long been compared to Stonehenge in England.

10.30 Lost Cities of the Ancients: The Vanished Capital of the Pharaoh

The documentary series which unearths lost cities looks at the mystery surrounding the Egyptian city of Piramesse, built by Ramesses the Great.

11.15 Serial Killer Earth: Hurricane Attacks Weatherman

A wildfire threatens to swallow a group of Russian firefighters; a hurricane takes dead aim at a Florida weatherman; and in Korea, a massive landslide wipes out traffic on a busy road.

12.00 Brad Meltzer's Lost History: Hitler's Photo Album

Host Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost and stolen history, including Hitler's personal photo albums and James Bond's original Aston Martin. Plus, an FBI sting operation seeks a Civil War relic stained with human blood.

12.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Liberation and Revenge

Last in series about the Nazi concentration camp, looking at the fate of the remaining prisoners and their guards. It uncovers how many survivors faced appalling treatment in their home countries and how many guards escaped justice.

13.30 The Curse of Oak Island: Seismic Matters

New data provides stunning proof that structures uncovered in Smith's Cove were built prior to the discovery of the Money Pit.

14.15 The Curse of Oak Island: Lost and Founding

The team is handed a shocking new theory that may connect the Oak Island treasure to the birth of a nation. But it's also the moment of truth for the fellowship as the guys are faced with the burning question: quit or continue?

15.00 River Hunters: Salisbury

Rick and river-searching expert Beau searching the unexplored rivers and waterways of Britain, unearthing treasures from the past which reveal how our various ancestors used to live.

15.45 Digging for the Truth: Stonehenge of the Americas

In the Bolivian Andes, a sprawling ancient city sits 4,000 metres above sea level. With its giant monoliths and grand design, it has long been compared to Stonehenge in England.

16.30 Lost Cities of the Ancients: The Vanished Capital of the Pharaoh

The documentary series which unearths lost cities looks at the mystery surrounding the Egyptian city of Piramesse, built by Ramesses the Great.

17.15 How the Earth Was Made: Deepest Place on Earth

The Marianas Trench is the deepest place on earth. Follow a mission into the abyss and explore the geology that has created this deep scar along the ocean floor.

18.00 Rome: Rise & Fall of an Empire: Spartacus

As Rome was busy expanding her borders, a Thracian warrior, Spartacus, was to lead a 70,000-strong slave revolt within Italy that could have destroyed the Republic.

18.45 Evolve: Eyes

Documentary series examining evolution. 95% of living species are equipped with eyes and they exist in many different forms. But how have they evolved through time?

19.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Roman Engineering

Do Rome's ancient monuments have secret connections to the Sun? We uncover the last great mysteries of the ancient world's greatest empire. The answers are hidden in ancient ruins… and among the stars.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: The Doomsday Prophecies

The Maya created the most sophisticated calendar systems in the ancient world, and according to many scholars their Long Count calendar will come to an end on December 21, 2012. What significance does this hold?

21.00 PREMIERE Museum Men: Lincoln's Last Ride

Creative Arts has been commissioned by the Sarasota Classic Car Museum to build a full-scale replica of President Abraham Lincoln's Springfield funeral carriage.

21.45 Lost Cities of the Ancients: The Vanished Capital of the Pharaoh

The documentary series which unearths lost cities looks at the mystery surrounding the Egyptian city of Piramesse, built by Ramesses the Great.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: Okinawa: Tunnels Of Hell

Around the world today, lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

23.15 How the Earth Was Made: Deepest Place on Earth

The Marianas Trench is the deepest place on earth. Follow a mission into the abyss and explore the geology that has created this deep scar along the ocean floor.

00.00 Rome: Rise & Fall of an Empire: Spartacus

As Rome was busy expanding her borders, a Thracian warrior, Spartacus, was to lead a 70,000-strong slave revolt within Italy that could have destroyed the Republic.

00.45 Evolve: Eyes

Documentary series examining evolution. 95% of living species are equipped with eyes and they exist in many different forms. But how have they evolved through time?

01.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Roman Engineering

Do Rome's ancient monuments have secret connections to the Sun? We uncover the last great mysteries of the ancient world's greatest empire. The answers are hidden in ancient ruins… and among the stars.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: The Doomsday Prophecies

The Maya created the most sophisticated calendar systems in the ancient world, and according to many scholars their Long Count calendar will come to an end on December 21, 2012. What significance does this hold?

03.00 Museum Men: Lincoln's Last Ride

Creative Arts has been commissioned by the Sarasota Classic Car Museum to build a full-scale replica of President Abraham Lincoln's Springfield funeral carriage.

03.45 Lost Cities of the Ancients: The Vanished Capital of the Pharaoh

The documentary series which unearths lost cities looks at the mystery surrounding the Egyptian city of Piramesse, built by Ramesses the Great.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: Okinawa: Tunnels Of Hell

Around the world today, lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

05.15 How the Earth Was Made: Deepest Place on Earth

The Marianas Trench is the deepest place on earth. Follow a mission into the abyss and explore the geology that has created this deep scar along the ocean floor.

Tuesday

29 December 2020

06.00 Rome: Rise & Fall of an Empire: Spartacus

As Rome was busy expanding her borders, a Thracian warrior, Spartacus, was to lead a 70,000-strong slave revolt within Italy that could have destroyed the Republic.

06.45 Evolve: Eyes

Documentary series examining evolution. 95% of living species are equipped with eyes and they exist in many different forms. But how have they evolved through time?

07.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Roman Engineering

Do Rome's ancient monuments have secret connections to the Sun? We uncover the last great mysteries of the ancient world's greatest empire. The answers are hidden in ancient ruins… and among the stars.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: The Doomsday Prophecies

The Maya created the most sophisticated calendar systems in the ancient world, and according to many scholars their Long Count calendar will come to an end on December 21, 2012. What significance does this hold?

09.00 Museum Men: Lincoln's Last Ride

Creative Arts has been commissioned by the Sarasota Classic Car Museum to build a full-scale replica of President Abraham Lincoln's Springfield funeral carriage.

09.45 Lost Cities of the Ancients: The Vanished Capital of the Pharaoh

The documentary series which unearths lost cities looks at the mystery surrounding the Egyptian city of Piramesse, built by Ramesses the Great.

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: Okinawa: Tunnels Of Hell

Around the world today, lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

11.15 How the Earth Was Made: Deepest Place on Earth

The Marianas Trench is the deepest place on earth. Follow a mission into the abyss and explore the geology that has created this deep scar along the ocean floor.

12.00 Rome: Rise & Fall of an Empire: Spartacus

As Rome was busy expanding her borders, a Thracian warrior, Spartacus, was to lead a 70,000-strong slave revolt within Italy that could have destroyed the Republic.

12.45 Evolve: Eyes

Documentary series examining evolution. 95% of living species are equipped with eyes and they exist in many different forms. But how have they evolved through time?

13.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Roman Engineering

Do Rome's ancient monuments have secret connections to the Sun? We uncover the last great mysteries of the ancient world's greatest empire. The answers are hidden in ancient ruins… and among the stars.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: The Doomsday Prophecies

The Maya created the most sophisticated calendar systems in the ancient world, and according to many scholars their Long Count calendar will come to an end on December 21, 2012. What significance does this hold?

15.00 Museum Men: Lincoln's Last Ride

Creative Arts has been commissioned by the Sarasota Classic Car Museum to build a full-scale replica of President Abraham Lincoln's Springfield funeral carriage.

15.45 Lost Cities of the Ancients: The Vanished Capital of the Pharaoh

The documentary series which unearths lost cities looks at the mystery surrounding the Egyptian city of Piramesse, built by Ramesses the Great.

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: Okinawa: Tunnels Of Hell

Around the world today, lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

17.15 How the Earth Was Made: Krakatoa

When Krakatoa blew, it was one of the loudest explosions in history. Explore the forces that led to this extraordinary event and the devastation that the volcano caused.

18.00 Rome: Rise & Fall of an Empire: Julius Caesar

60BC. Over-powerful generals and money corrupt the Roman Republic. With Rome falling into and out of civil wars, Julius Caesar is to defy all rivals and laws to make himself dictator for life!

18.45 Evolve: Skin

It makes up 16% of your weight and is the largest organ in the human body. From the delicate membranes that encased early life to thick, leathery hides, how has skin evolved?

19.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Stonehenge

In this episode we explore the theory that Stonehenge may be a prehistoric astronomical observatory. Ancient astronomer priests may have divined the complex movements of the Sun and Moon, recognising patterns that would not be discovered elsewhere.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: The Greys

Known by researchers as the 'greys', beings with big heads and giant eyes have been depicted in rock-art and carved stone figures throughout the ages and all over the world. Who are they and what do they want?

21.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Alien Messages

Ancient astronaut theorist, Giorgio Tsoukalos, takes a look at evidence to support the theory that extraterrestrials visited Earth in the past. Explore some of the most intriguing finds that many believe are clues to our extraterrestrial past.

21.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Moment of Truth

Along with a team of archaeologists, the Vieira brothers discover new evidence about the Goshen Mystery Tunnel, while Jim investigates a giant account unlike anything he has seen before.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: London: City Of Blood

Around the world today, lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

23.15 How the Earth Was Made: Krakatoa

When Krakatoa blew, it was one of the loudest explosions in history. Explore the forces that led to this extraordinary event and the devastation that the volcano caused.

00.00 Rome: Rise & Fall of an Empire: Julius Caesar

60BC. Over-powerful generals and money corrupt the Roman Republic. With Rome falling into and out of civil wars, Julius Caesar is to defy all rivals and laws to make himself dictator for life!

00.45 Evolve: Skin

It makes up 16% of your weight and is the largest organ in the human body. From the delicate membranes that encased early life to thick, leathery hides, how has skin evolved?

01.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Stonehenge

In this episode we explore the theory that Stonehenge may be a prehistoric astronomical observatory. Ancient astronomer priests may have divined the complex movements of the Sun and Moon, recognising patterns that would not be discovered elsewhere.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: The Greys

Known by researchers as the 'greys', beings with big heads and giant eyes have been depicted in rock-art and carved stone figures throughout the ages and all over the world. Who are they and what do they want?

03.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Alien Messages

Ancient astronaut theorist, Giorgio Tsoukalos, takes a look at evidence to support the theory that extraterrestrials visited Earth in the past. Explore some of the most intriguing finds that many believe are clues to our extraterrestrial past.

03.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Moment of Truth

Along with a team of archaeologists, the Vieira brothers discover new evidence about the Goshen Mystery Tunnel, while Jim investigates a giant account unlike anything he has seen before.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: London: City Of Blood

Around the world today, lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

05.15 How the Earth Was Made: Krakatoa

When Krakatoa blew, it was one of the loudest explosions in history. Explore the forces that led to this extraordinary event and the devastation that the volcano caused.

Wednesday

30 December 2020

06.00 Rome: Rise & Fall of an Empire: Julius Caesar

60BC. Over-powerful generals and money corrupt the Roman Republic. With Rome falling into and out of civil wars, Julius Caesar is to defy all rivals and laws to make himself dictator for life!

06.45 Evolve: Skin

It makes up 16% of your weight and is the largest organ in the human body. From the delicate membranes that encased early life to thick, leathery hides, how has skin evolved?

07.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Stonehenge

In this episode we explore the theory that Stonehenge may be a prehistoric astronomical observatory. Ancient astronomer priests may have divined the complex movements of the Sun and Moon, recognising patterns that would not be discovered elsewhere.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: The Greys

Known by researchers as the 'greys', beings with big heads and giant eyes have been depicted in rock-art and carved stone figures throughout the ages and all over the world. Who are they and what do they want?

09.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Alien Messages

Ancient astronaut theorist, Giorgio Tsoukalos, takes a look at evidence to support the theory that extraterrestrials visited Earth in the past. Explore some of the most intriguing finds that many believe are clues to our extraterrestrial past.

09.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Moment of Truth

Along with a team of archaeologists, the Vieira brothers discover new evidence about the Goshen Mystery Tunnel, while Jim investigates a giant account unlike anything he has seen before.

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: London: City Of Blood

Around the world today, lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

11.15 How the Earth Was Made: Krakatoa

When Krakatoa blew, it was one of the loudest explosions in history. Explore the forces that led to this extraordinary event and the devastation that the volcano caused.

12.00 Rome: Rise & Fall of an Empire: Julius Caesar

60BC. Over-powerful generals and money corrupt the Roman Republic. With Rome falling into and out of civil wars, Julius Caesar is to defy all rivals and laws to make himself dictator for life!

12.45 Evolve: Skin

It makes up 16% of your weight and is the largest organ in the human body. From the delicate membranes that encased early life to thick, leathery hides, how has skin evolved?

13.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Stonehenge

In this episode we explore the theory that Stonehenge may be a prehistoric astronomical observatory. Ancient astronomer priests may have divined the complex movements of the Sun and Moon, recognising patterns that would not be discovered elsewhere.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: The Greys

Known by researchers as the 'greys', beings with big heads and giant eyes have been depicted in rock-art and carved stone figures throughout the ages and all over the world. Who are they and what do they want?

15.00 Ancient Aliens: The Ultimate Evidence: Alien Messages

Ancient astronaut theorist, Giorgio Tsoukalos, takes a look at evidence to support the theory that extraterrestrials visited Earth in the past. Explore some of the most intriguing finds that many believe are clues to our extraterrestrial past.

15.45 Search for the Lost Giants: Moment of Truth

Along with a team of archaeologists, the Vieira brothers discover new evidence about the Goshen Mystery Tunnel, while Jim investigates a giant account unlike anything he has seen before.

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: London: City Of Blood

Around the world today, lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

17.15 How the Earth Was Made: Great Lakes

Discover the cataclysmic events that forged our planet. Experts reveal the remarkable story of how the Great Lakes were formed.

18.00 Rome: Rise & Fall of an Empire: The Forest of Death

In 9 AD, a ferocious Germanic chieftain, Arminius, slaughtered General Varus' army at the Teutoburg Forest in a landmark battle that would define the edge of the empire.

18.45 Evolve: Guts

It doesn't just take willpower to survive, it takes guts. They help digest food, breaking it down into the fuel we need to stay alive, but how has this complex process evolved?

19.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Pyramids

The Great Pyramids of Giza have eluded astronomers and archeologists for centuries. The world's renowned Egyptologists, astronomers and engineers join forces to solve some of the long-held mysteries about the pyramids.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Mega-Disasters

There are numerous accounts of ancient civilisations being wiped out by volcanoes, earthquakes, floods and meteors. Is it possible that celestial beings had a hand in the ancient world's catastrophic disasters?

21.00 Abandoned Engineering: Silent Cities

Empty buildings and infrastructures are full of the echoes of real people and vanished lives, leaving many questions unanswered and mysteries unsolved.

21.45 Abandoned Engineering: Mission Space

We aim for the stars and find out why unwanted battleship guns allow the United States to gain vital information about the borders of space.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: Barbarian's Lair (Western Europe)

Around the world today lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

23.15 How the Earth Was Made: Great Lakes

Discover the cataclysmic events that forged our planet. Experts reveal the remarkable story of how the Great Lakes were formed.

00.00 Rome: Rise & Fall of an Empire: The Forest of Death

In 9 AD, a ferocious Germanic chieftain, Arminius, slaughtered General Varus' army at the Teutoburg Forest in a landmark battle that would define the edge of the empire.

00.45 Evolve: Guts

It doesn't just take willpower to survive, it takes guts. They help digest food, breaking it down into the fuel we need to stay alive, but how has this complex process evolved?

01.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Pyramids

The Great Pyramids of Giza have eluded astronomers and archeologists for centuries. The world's renowned Egyptologists, astronomers and engineers join forces to solve some of the long-held mysteries about the pyramids.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Mega-Disasters

There are numerous accounts of ancient civilisations being wiped out by volcanoes, earthquakes, floods and meteors. Is it possible that celestial beings had a hand in the ancient world's catastrophic disasters?

03.00 Abandoned Engineering: Silent Cities

Empty buildings and infrastructures are full of the echoes of real people and vanished lives, leaving many questions unanswered and mysteries unsolved.

03.45 Abandoned Engineering: Mission Space

We aim for the stars and find out why unwanted battleship guns allow the United States to gain vital information about the borders of space.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: Barbarian's Lair (Western Europe)

Around the world today lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

05.15 How the Earth Was Made: Great Lakes

Discover the cataclysmic events that forged our planet. Experts reveal the remarkable story of how the Great Lakes were formed.

Thursday

31 December 2020

06.00 Rome: Rise & Fall of an Empire: The Forest of Death

In 9 AD, a ferocious Germanic chieftain, Arminius, slaughtered General Varus' army at the Teutoburg Forest in a landmark battle that would define the edge of the empire.

06.45 Evolve: Guts

It doesn't just take willpower to survive, it takes guts. They help digest food, breaking it down into the fuel we need to stay alive, but how has this complex process evolved?

07.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Pyramids

The Great Pyramids of Giza have eluded astronomers and archeologists for centuries. The world's renowned Egyptologists, astronomers and engineers join forces to solve some of the long-held mysteries about the pyramids.

08.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Mega-Disasters

There are numerous accounts of ancient civilisations being wiped out by volcanoes, earthquakes, floods and meteors. Is it possible that celestial beings had a hand in the ancient world's catastrophic disasters?

09.00 Abandoned Engineering: Silent Cities

Empty buildings and infrastructures are full of the echoes of real people and vanished lives, leaving many questions unanswered and mysteries unsolved.

09.45 Abandoned Engineering: Mission Space

We aim for the stars and find out why unwanted battleship guns allow the United States to gain vital information about the borders of space.

10.30 Cities of the Underworld: Barbarian's Lair (Western Europe)

Around the world today lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

11.15 How the Earth Was Made: Great Lakes

Discover the cataclysmic events that forged our planet. Experts reveal the remarkable story of how the Great Lakes were formed.

12.00 Rome: Rise & Fall of an Empire: The Forest of Death

In 9 AD, a ferocious Germanic chieftain, Arminius, slaughtered General Varus' army at the Teutoburg Forest in a landmark battle that would define the edge of the empire.

12.45 Evolve: Guts

It doesn't just take willpower to survive, it takes guts. They help digest food, breaking it down into the fuel we need to stay alive, but how has this complex process evolved?

13.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Pyramids

The Great Pyramids of Giza have eluded astronomers and archeologists for centuries. The world's renowned Egyptologists, astronomers and engineers join forces to solve some of the long-held mysteries about the pyramids.

14.15 Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Mega-Disasters

There are numerous accounts of ancient civilisations being wiped out by volcanoes, earthquakes, floods and meteors. Is it possible that celestial beings had a hand in the ancient world's catastrophic disasters?

15.00 Abandoned Engineering: Silent Cities

Empty buildings and infrastructures are full of the echoes of real people and vanished lives, leaving many questions unanswered and mysteries unsolved.

15.45 Abandoned Engineering: Mission Space

We aim for the stars and find out why unwanted battleship guns allow the United States to gain vital information about the borders of space.

16.30 Cities of the Underworld: Barbarian's Lair (Western Europe)

Around the world today lies city upon city, each with its unknown history. This series will examine a city's ancient cisterns, tombs, clandestine hideouts, and underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds and hundreds of years. 

17.15 How the Earth Was Made: Yellowstone

Geologists explore the violent events that created Yellowstone, the world's first national park, and reveal that it still rests on a vast super volcano that is overdue for an eruption.

18.00 Rome: Rise & Fall of an Empire: The Invasion of Britain

In 47 AD, new emperor Claudius was considered by many to be an idiot. The only way for him to hang onto his throne was to invade Britannia.

18.45 Evolve: Jaws

From crocodiles to lions, how did these ultimate killing weapons develop over time?

19.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Heavenly Destruction

Sodom and Gomorrah-a Biblical tale of two cities incinerated by a hail of fire and brimstone. Astronomers, archeologists and biblical scholars investigate the possible science behind the myth.

20.15 Ancient Aliens: The NASA Connection

Researchers examine the NASA scientists, former astronauts and secret government files pointing to the conclusion that there has been contact with extraterrestrial life in the past.

21.00 PREMIERE Digging for the Truth: Search for King David

In the Old Testament, King David is the shepherd poet who, after slaying the giant Goliath, goes on to become the first king of a united Israel. But was he a real historical figure?

21.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Liberation and Revenge

Last in series about the Nazi concentration camp, looking at the fate of the remaining prisoners and their guards. It uncovers how many survivors faced appalling treatment in their home countries and how many guards escaped justice.

22.30 Cities of the Underworld: Hitler's Trenches (Belgium)

Host Don Wildman explores a subterranean web of tunnels on Belgium's Western Front, where 24,000 Allied soldiers saw service during World War I.

23.15 How the Earth Was Made: Yellowstone

Geologists explore the violent events that created Yellowstone, the world's first national park, and reveal that it still rests on a vast super volcano that is overdue for an eruption.

00.00 Rome: Rise & Fall of an Empire: The Invasion of Britain

In 47 AD, new emperor Claudius was considered by many to be an idiot. The only way for him to hang onto his throne was to invade Britannia.

00.45 Evolve: Jaws

From crocodiles to lions, how did these ultimate killing weapons develop over time?

01.30 The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved: Heavenly Destruction

Sodom and Gomorrah-a Biblical tale of two cities incinerated by a hail of fire and brimstone. Astronomers, archeologists and biblical scholars investigate the possible science behind the myth.

02.15 Ancient Aliens: The NASA Connection

Researchers examine the NASA scientists, former astronauts and secret government files pointing to the conclusion that there has been contact with extraterrestrial life in the past.

03.00 Digging for the Truth: Search for King David

In the Old Testament, King David is the shepherd poet who, after slaying the giant Goliath, goes on to become the first king of a united Israel. But was he a real historical figure?

03.45 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution: Liberation and Revenge

Last in series about the Nazi concentration camp, looking at the fate of the remaining prisoners and their guards. It uncovers how many survivors faced appalling treatment in their home countries and how many guards escaped justice.

04.30 Cities of the Underworld: Hitler's Trenches (Belgium)

Host Don Wildman explores a subterranean web of tunnels on Belgium's Western Front, where 24,000 Allied soldiers saw service during World War I.

05.15 How the Earth Was Made: Yellowstone

Geologists explore the violent events that created Yellowstone, the world's first national park, and reveal that it still rests on a vast super volcano that is overdue for an eruption.