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Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Thursday, October 23 2014
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    • 18 mins ago
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      Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final SolutionSeason 1 Episode 5: Murder and Intrigue

      The events of 1944, when the death toll rose substantially. By this point, the Allies were aware of Auschwitz's purpose, and faced a difficult decision over what should be done about it. Plus, the story of the occupation of Hungary, revealing how Adolf Eichmann offered to spare a million Jews in return for certain services

    • 2:00pm
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      Who Do You Think You Are? (UK)Season 3 Episode 5: David Dickinson

      Antiques expert David Dickinson, who discovered at the age of 11 that he was adopted at birth, explores his mother's Armenian roots. He uncovers similarities with his ancestors, both in looks and the work he undertook in the textile industry as a young man. He also meets a long-lost relative who is able to tell him more about his family

    • 3:00pm
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      Raiders of the Lost PastSeason 2 Episode 12: The Secret of the Copper Dead Sea Scroll

      The Copper Scroll, discovered in 1952 six years after the first of the other Dead Sea Scrolls, differed in two ways. Whereas they were scribed on parchment or papyrus, it was written on metal. Also it was not a literary work, but a list of locations where various items of gold and silver were supposedly buried or hidden. As this documentary reveals, it led archaeologist John M Allegro on a hunt for precious metals across 64 locations

    • 4:00pm
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      Great British Railway JourneysSeason 3 Episode 13: Lydney to Newport

      Michael Portillo discovers micro-mines hidden in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, and finds out why the Victorians were so enamoured with Tintern Abbey in the Wye Valley along the border between England and Wales. Plus, he investigates the railway engineering behind the Newport Transporter Bridge

    • 5:00pm
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      In Search of ScienceSeason 1 Episode 3: Clear Blue Skies

      Professor Brian Cox celebrates the happy accidents that led to important scientific discoveries, featuring the development of penicillin and certain dyes. The presenter questions whether this blue-sky approach could be used to break new ground today

    • 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 4: Swaledale Uncovered

      Julia Bradbury walks across Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales, the fourth stage of her journey across the country following in Alfred Wainwright's footsteps. The villages, landscape and the history are a delight, just as Wainwright predicted, with Julia learning much about the lost mining industry that was once the lifeblood of the valley

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