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Yesterday TV Guide

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Monday, November 24 2014
  • Time Show
    • 2:00pm
      Who Do You Think You Are? Adoption Special: Nicky Campbell

      One-off edition launching the BBC's Family Wanted Campaign. TV and radio presenter Nicky Campbell learns more about his adoptive family, including his father's service with the Indian Army during World War Two and visits Brisbane in Australia, where he uncovers shocking revelations from his grandfather's childhood

    • 3:00pm
      Great British Railway JourneysSeason 3 Episode 19: Kirkby-in-Furness to Lancaster

      Michael Portillo begins his journey in Kirkby-in-Furness, Cumbria, where he learns about the village's famous blue slates. He then heads to Barrow to examine the secret world of nuclear submarines and finishes his trip in Lancaster, where he discovers why executions at the castle drew so many spectators in Victorian times

    • 3:30pm
      Great British Railway JourneysSeason 3 Episode 20: Heysham to Snaefell

      Michael Portillo ends his journey across northern England by setting sail from Heysham, Lancashire, to visit the Isle of Man, where he learns about the horse-drawn trams of Douglas, reveals the 19th-century secrets of the Laxey Waterwheel and explores the Victorian history of the Snaefell mountain railway

    • 5:00pm
      Secrets of the Manor House

      Life in stately homes during the Edwardian era, focusing on class divisions. Historians, members of the gentry and descendants of those who lived in such properties offer unique insights

    • 6:00pm
      Catching KillersSeason 1 Episode 4: Plant Evidence

      Scientists and police officers explain the importance of using vegetation as evidence, a technique known as forensic botany. The programme highlights how a piece of wood helped catch the man who killed aviator Charles Lindbergh's son in 1932

    • 7:00pm
      Time TeamSeason 16 Episode 8: Colworth, Bedfordshire: Mystery of the Ice-Cream Villa

      The hunt for evidence of a Roman villa has surprising results as Tony Robinson and the team join a group of amateur archaeologists in Colworth, Bedfordshire. Over the years, countless pieces of Roman pottery, coins and building material have been found, but after three days of extreme heat, the expected signs of an ancient structure remain undiscovered

    • 8:00pm
      The Great British Story: A People's HistorySeason 1 Episode 5: Lost Worlds and New Worlds

      Michael Wood continues his exploration of Britain's history as seen through the eyes of ordinary people. As the second half of the series gets under way, he examines how Henry VIII's founding of the Church of England in 1534, followed by the dissolution of the Catholic monasteries, transformed the country's religious landscape, setting the tone for a century of sweeping change. He traces the rise of industry and commerce in Bristol and Scotland, discovers evidence of one of Britain's first black communities, and finds an artefact that sheds light on the Elizabethan conquest of Ireland - before explaining how a radical religious movement in Nottinghamshire laid the foundations for transatlantic migration

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