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Yesterday TV Guide

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Tuesday, September 1 2015
  • Time Show
    • 11 mins ago
      PointlessSeason 1 Episode 1: EPISODE: 1

      Quiz show in which pairs of contestants try to score the fewest points possible by giving the least obvious correct answers to questions posed to 100 people before the show. At the end of each round, the team with the most points is eliminated until the final two pairs battle for the chance to compete for a cash prize. Presented by Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman

    • 3:00pm
      The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II

      Documentary charting the historic events of June 2, 1953, when the Queen became the 39th sovereign to be crowned at Westminster Abbey. What happened behind the scenes is explored through diaries, letters and government papers, as well as rare film footage and photographs, and there are also interviews with historians and experts on royal ceremonies. The programme reveals that Her Majesty's apparent calmness during the Coronation contrasted with organisers' last-minute nerves as the BBC mounted its most ambitious television broadcast to date, amid the concerns of prime minister Winston Churchill

    • 4:00pm
      Secrets of the BibleSeason 1 Episode 4: Parting of the Red Sea

      Documentary exploring the validity of the Bible's best-known stories. Two different theories about Moses' dramatic parting of the Red Sea are examined. The original Hebrew version of the Bible contains references to a 'reed sea' where it is thought the crossing may have occurred

    • 5:00pm
      Lost Kingdoms of South AmericaSeason 1 Episode 4: Kingdom of the Desert

      The series revealing the character of South America's ancient peoples concludes as Dr Jago Cooper investigates the rise and fall of Chimor, the continent's first empire. In the spectacular deserts of Peru, the archaeologist explores the vast ruins of a lost city, and learns how the inhabitants once thrived in an extreme climate. He also takes a look at the customs and rituals of the civilisation, in which people made shocking sacrifices to their gods under the watchful eye of an all-powerful monarchy

    • 6:00pm
      Scotland's Murder MysteriesSeason 1 Episode 7: Eugene Chantrelle

      The case of French-born schoolteacher Eugene Chantrelle from Edinburgh, who 1877 took out an insurance policy on his Scottish wife, then a year later poisoned her by inserting opium into her food. Although he tried to make the death look like an accident, the police found evidence to the contrary

    • 8:00pm
      Find My PastSeason 2 Episode 1: Dambusters

      Chris Hollins invites descendants of members of 617 Squadron, the 'Dambusters', to learn the exact parts their ancestors played in Operation Chastise in 1943. Erica is the great-granddaughter of Barnes Wallis, the inventor of the bouncing bomb, Chloe is the great-great-niece of Guy Gibson, the officer who led the raid, and Felix is the great-grandson of Edward Cuthbert Johnson, the man who aimed the missile at the Eder Dam

    • 9:00pm
      Andrew Marr's History of the WorldSeason 1 Episode 4: Into the Light

      The presenter reaches the Middle Ages, exploring how the collapse of the Roman Empire had allowed the Vikings to lay the foundations of powerful new trading states as they pillaged their way from Europe to North America, while Muslim scholars in Baghdad's House of Wisdom built upon the knowledge of ancient civilisations from India, Persia and Greece. By exploring the conquests of Genghis Khan, the adventures of Marco Polo and the extraordinary story of the wealthiest African king who ever lived, Marr finds out how Europe used influences from around the world to rise again with the Renaissance

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