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Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Wednesday, January 28 2015
  • Time Show
    • 12:00pm
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      The World at WarSeason 1 Episode 18: Occupation

      The Nazi occupation of Holland, which began relatively peacefully with Dutch civil servants continuing to run their own country, but eventually resulted in many thousands of deaths through the attempted elimination of Jewish citizens and starvation of the non-Jewish inhabitants. Narrated by Laurence Olivier

    • 1:00pm
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      The First Day of The Blitz

      Archive footage and first-hand accounts provide an insight into the terror London faced on September 7, 1940 when the Nazis began the first of many attacks from the air

    • 2:00pm
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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

    • 3:00pm
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      Time TeamSeason 19 Episode 11: King John's lost palace

      Tony Robinson and a team of specialist historians travel to Nottinghamshire, where residents of Clipstone village near Sherwood Forest believe some impressive ruins in a farmer's field may have played a part in the ancient tales of Robin Hood. The extensive building records and high-quality carvings prove a fine building existed somewhere nearby, but finding out what it looked like and how large it was frustrates the archaeologists

    • 5:00pm
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      The Last Battle of the Vikings

      Marine archeologist Jon Henderson tells the story of the Vikings in Scotland, visiting sites in Scotland and Norway. He reveals that, although the Battle of Largs in 1263 may have marked the end of an era for the Norsemen, they continued to shape the identity and culture of the nation

    • 6:00pm
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      The World at WarSeason 1 Episode 18: Occupation

      The Nazi occupation of Holland, which began relatively peacefully with Dutch civil servants continuing to run their own country, but eventually resulted in many thousands of deaths through the attempted elimination of Jewish citizens and starvation of the non-Jewish inhabitants. Narrated by Laurence Olivier

    • 7:00pm
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      Time TeamSeason 18 Episode 7: The House of the White Queen

      Tony Robinson and the team head to Groby Old Hall in Leicestershire, formerly the home of Elizabeth Woodville, wife of Edward IV, and discover a surprising array of archaeological remains beneath its gardens, including a medieval wall and possible evidence of a Norman castle. They are joined by author Philippa Gregory, who delves into the complex history of the Greys, the house's former owners and one of the most powerful dynasties in medieval Britain

    • 8:00pm
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      The Diamond QueenSeason 1 Episode 2: EPISODE: 2

      The second programme marking the Queen's Diamond Jubilee assesses her moves to modernise the monarchy over the past 60 years, including the abolition of the presentation of debutantes in 1958 and the opening up of royal homes to the public. Presenter Andrew Marr also explores the challenges faced by the royal family following the 'annus horribilis' of 1992, which saw the break-up of two marriages, one divorce and the fire at Windsor Castle, and also focuses on Her Majesty's historic visit to Ireland last year - the first visit by a British monarch in 100 years

    • 8:45pm
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      The Diamond QueenSeason 1 Episode 3: EPISODE: 3

      Andrew Marr rounds off this documentary celebration of Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee with a look at the defining moments of her reign, including her accession to the throne in 1952 and her coronation 16 months later. He also reflects on the other royal jubilees, her 2011 trip to Australia and on what some see as her most enduring achievement - the Commonwealth, before touching on her occasionally tense relations with the press, while her adult grandchildren have their say about her 60-year reign

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