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Local listings for: New Jersey [Set TV Provider]
Tuesday, September 16 2014
  • Time Show
    • 27 mins ago
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      Cash in the Celebrity AtticCornish

      Chris Hollins and John Cameron help Lynne Cornish and her daughter Debbie sell some antique jewellery to fund a nostalgic holiday

    • 12:00pm
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      Great SAS MissionsSeason 1 Episode 1: Birth of the SAS

      Former Special Forces major Ken Hames traces the development of the legendary fighting unit from its first mission in north Africa during World War Two to its recent exploits in the Gulf War. The SAS was the brainchild of fearless adventurer David Stirling, who was convinced that small, highly trained units could cause havoc behind enemy lines, although the first operation was nearly the last as gale-force winds tossed parachutists like rag dolls, leaving many of them sitting ducks for German guns

    • 12:30pm
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      Great SAS MissionsSeason 1 Episode 2: Destroying Hitler's Airfields

      Ken Hames provides an account of the legendary fighting unit's World War Two offensives between 1942 and 1944 in North Africa, where the SAS forged their reputation as the world's most feared fighting force. Special Forces leader David Stirling transported his men using customised US jeeps fitted with guns and led successful raids on Luftwaffe airfields, shooting up to 40 transport planes at one base and destroying 34 at another by planting bombs underneath them

    • 2:00pm
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      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

    • 3:00pm
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      CoastSeason 6 Episode 3: The Netherlands

      The team travels to Holland, where Nick Crane explores how Dutch engineers created massive coastal defences following the North Sea floods in 1953 that killed thousands of people. Historian Tessa Dunlop investigates why the tulip trade nearly bankrupted the country 400 years ago, Mark Horton discovers how a large area of coastal land was drained to create new living space, and Miranda Krestovnikoff finds out about raw herring becoming a popular seaside snack. Meanwhile, Countryfile's Adam Henson traces the history of the Friesian cow trade with Britain

    • 4:00pm
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      The Golden Age of Steam RailwaysSeason 1 Episode 2: Branching Out

      Part two of two. The story of the visionaries who rescued some of the standard gauge railways that once served Britain's key industries, including its mines, quarries, factories and docks. Home movies reveal how volunteers set to work to bring the lines and steam engines back to life after they disappeared in the years following the Second World War. Narrated by Jenny Agutter

    • 5:00pm
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      Great British Railway JourneysSeason 3 Episode 3: Sudbury to Southend

      Michael Portillo visits the sites of Victorian freak shows, rides one of the world's first electric railways in Southend and encounters the preserved head of a medieval politician as he continues his journey along the route of the Great Eastern Line, carrying George Bradshaw's Victorian Railway Guidebook

    • 5:30pm
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      Great British Railway JourneysSeason 3 Episode 4: Epping to Hackney

      Michael Portillo travels from Epping, Essex, to Hackney in London, discovering why dairy herds were transported by train all over Britain. He also finds out the importance of the gunpowder trade to Waltham, and learns the gruesome details of the first murder to take place on a train

    • 6:00pm
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      Great SAS MissionsSeason 1 Episode 1: Birth of the SAS

      Former Special Forces major Ken Hames traces the development of the legendary fighting unit from its first mission in north Africa during World War Two to its recent exploits in the Gulf War. The SAS was the brainchild of fearless adventurer David Stirling, who was convinced that small, highly trained units could cause havoc behind enemy lines, although the first operation was nearly the last as gale-force winds tossed parachutists like rag dolls, leaving many of them sitting ducks for German guns

    • 6:30pm
    • http://j.static-locatetv.com/images/content/mid/3/726141_great_sas_missions.jpg
      Great SAS MissionsSeason 1 Episode 2: Destroying Hitler's Airfields

      Ken Hames provides an account of the legendary fighting unit's World War Two offensives between 1942 and 1944 in North Africa, where the SAS forged their reputation as the world's most feared fighting force. Special Forces leader David Stirling transported his men using customised US jeeps fitted with guns and led successful raids on Luftwaffe airfields, shooting up to 40 transport planes at one base and destroying 34 at another by planting bombs underneath them

    • 7:00pm
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      Flog It!King's Lynn 6

      Paul Martin meets people in King's Lynn, Norfolk, who are eager to earn money selling their valuables at auction, with Charlie Ross and Elizabeth Talbot on hand to estimate the value of each object and give expert advice

    • 8:45pm
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      Michael Wood's Story of EnglandSeason 1 Episode 4: Peasants' Revolt to Tudors

      The broadcaster examines Kibworth's school archive and learns how peasant education was organised in the 14th century, with people establishing their own educational centres. Evidence also reveals that some villagers rebelled against Henry V and others aspired to become merchants in the textile town of Coventry

    • 9:35pm
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      Wainwright Walks: Coast to CoastSeason 1 Episode 6: The End of the Road

      Julia Bradbury sets off on the last leg of her journey at the highest and most remote overnight spot of the whole walk. Her end goal is Robin Hood's Bay, but first she must cross the North York Moors, walking through Eskdale and on to the woods of Littlebeck before reaching the cliffs at her final destination, where she reflects on the adventure and the legacy of Alfred Wainwright

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