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Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Monday, July 6 2015
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      Antiques Road TripSeason 4 Episode 11: EPISODE: 11

      Mark Hales and Thomas Plant put their antiques expertise to the test on a journey across Ireland, searching for potential bargains they can then sell for a profit at auction. Their travels begin in the Northern Irish town of Portrush, before heading to Belfast and an auction house across the border in Portlaoise to see how popular their hauls prove with buyers. Narrated by Tim Wonnacott

    • 2:15am
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      Cash in the AtticInglis

      Fiona Inglis, mother of West End star Duncan James, invites Lorne Spicer and John Cameron to help her raise enough money to treat her best friend to a day out in London

    • 3:00am
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      Bargain HuntSwinderby 23

      Experts Philip Serrell and Charles Hanson supervise two teams who are on the lookout for bargains at an antiques fair at RAF Swinderby, Lincolnshire, finding out whether they have purchased wisely when they go to auction. Tim Wonnacott presents

    • 4:00am
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      Time TeamSeason 18 Episode 10: Search for the Domesday Mill

      Horse owners Stephen and Stephanie Fry believe an 11th-century flour mill once stood on their land, and ask Tony Robinson and the experts to search for evidence. Mick Aston soon finds ample clues that suggest their theory is correct, including the remnants of mill streams used to power grindstones - but a problem arises when one of their finds does not fit in with the story

    • 5:00am
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      BattleplanSeason 1 Episode 1: Blitzkrieg

      Examining the effectiveness of speed in warfare, highlighting two real-life instances in which military leaders have looked to make a quick incursion into enemy lines. The first involved the rapid penetration of Western Europe by German Panzer forces during the Second World War. The second involved Operation Iraqi Freedom in March 2003, when American mechanised forces raced more than 350 miles through Iraq in just 15 days

    • 6:00am
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      The World at WarSeason 1 Episode 26: The World at War (Remember)

      The classic documentary series concludes with an assessment of the Second World War Two powerful legacy. For many people the conflict was the most significant experience of their lives, but it also left millions dead - ordinary civilians and victims of persecution, as well as military casualties. Narrated by Laurence Olivier

    • 7:00am
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      Time TeamSeason 16 Episode 13: Blythburgh, Suffolk: Skeletons in the Shed

      In the final episode of the series, Tony Robinson and the team investigate a back garden in Blythburgh, Suffolk, where a cupboard full of human skulls was discovered in the potting shed. The archaeologists believe the site could yield the remains of a medieval priory and the body of a Saxon warrior king killed on the nearby marshes. However, the buildings fail to materialise and burials are uncovered in strange locations

    • 8:00am
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      Locomotion: Dan Snow's History of RailwaysSeason 1 Episode 2: EPISODE: 2

      The historian and broadcaster examines the impact the railway had on London in the late 1830s, linking it to Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester. This was the start of a truly national network and one of the greatest civil engineering projects in history, while tycoons including Samuel Morton Peto and George Hudson made fortunes as the stock markets boomed. However, the bubble burst in 1847 and shares plummeted, leaving thousands of people facing bankruptcy courts

    • 9:00am
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      Who Do You Think You Are? (UK)Season 1 Episode 2: Amanda Redman

      Actress Amanda Redman explores her ancestry, uncovering surprising revelations about her grandfather William, a soldier stationed in India. She also attempts to trace a distant relative and discovers her Protestant heritage was entirely owing to a quirk of fate

    • 10:00am
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      Season 3 Episode 21: Great British Railway Journeys Goes to Ireland - Bray to Dublin

      Michael Portillo crosses the Irish Sea to explore the history of Ireland's railways, including the construction of a line along the treacherous east coast near Dublin. Ahead of visiting Northern Ireland later in the week, he also examines 19th-century crime and punishment in a Victorian jail, and discovers how the lions of Dublin Zoo changed the fortunes of the railways

    • 11:00am
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      Time TeamSeason 18 Episode 10: Search for the Domesday Mill

      Horse owners Stephen and Stephanie Fry believe an 11th-century flour mill once stood on their land, and ask Tony Robinson and the experts to search for evidence. Mick Aston soon finds ample clues that suggest their theory is correct, including the remnants of mill streams used to power grindstones - but a problem arises when one of their finds does not fit in with the story

    • 12:00pm
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      The World at WarSeason 1 Episode 26: The World at War (Remember)

      The classic documentary series concludes with an assessment of the Second World War Two powerful legacy. For many people the conflict was the most significant experience of their lives, but it also left millions dead - ordinary civilians and victims of persecution, as well as military casualties. Narrated by Laurence Olivier

    • 1:00pm
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      BattleplanSeason 1 Episode 1: Blitzkrieg

      Examining the effectiveness of speed in warfare, highlighting two real-life instances in which military leaders have looked to make a quick incursion into enemy lines. The first involved the rapid penetration of Western Europe by German Panzer forces during the Second World War. The second involved Operation Iraqi Freedom in March 2003, when American mechanised forces raced more than 350 miles through Iraq in just 15 days

    • 2:00pm
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      Who Do You Think You Are? (UK)Season 4 Episode 5: Alistair McGowan

      Actor and impressionist Alistair McGowan travels to Calcutta to research his family tree, uncovering his father's roots and the roles his father's side of the family played in the history of the British empire. His investigations reveal that his Anglo-Indian heritage goes back almost 250 years and that the last six generations of McGowans were all born in India

    • 4:00pm
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      Fit to Rule: How Royal Illness Changed HistorySeason 1 Episode 1: Tudors to Stuarts: From Gods to Men

      Historic Royal Palaces chief curator Lucy Worsley explores how the physical and mental health of Britain's monarchs has shaped the history of the nation, examining medical problems, doctors' reports, personal correspondence and possessions to gain an insight into the real men and women behind the royal portraits. She begins by examining the Tudor and Stuart dynasties, including the difficulty Henry VIII experienced producing a male heir, the cause of his daughter Mary I's phantom pregnancy and the special orthopaedic boots worn by Charles I

    • 5:00pm
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      Prince Eddy: The King We Never Had

      Profile of Victorian royal Prince Albert Victor, known as 'Eddy' to friends. The current Queen's great-uncle, he was rumoured to have been involved in a sex scandal and even accused of being Jack the Ripper. Historian Andrew Cook examines documents from the period that shed light on this controversial figure, and considers how British history might have changed if he had ascended the throne

    • 6:00pm
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      The World at WarSeason 1 Episode 26: The World at War (Remember)

      The classic documentary series concludes with an assessment of the Second World War Two powerful legacy. For many people the conflict was the most significant experience of their lives, but it also left millions dead - ordinary civilians and victims of persecution, as well as military casualties. Narrated by Laurence Olivier

    • 7:00pm
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      Time TeamSeason 16 Episode 13: Blythburgh, Suffolk: Skeletons in the Shed

      In the final episode of the series, Tony Robinson and the team investigate a back garden in Blythburgh, Suffolk, where a cupboard full of human skulls was discovered in the potting shed. The archaeologists believe the site could yield the remains of a medieval priory and the body of a Saxon warrior king killed on the nearby marshes. However, the buildings fail to materialise and burials are uncovered in strange locations

    • 8:00pm
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      Edwardian FarmSeason 1 Episode 7: EPISODE: 7

      Spring sees the daffodil harvest, accompanied by a rush to get the flowers off to the train station so they can be delivered to towns and cities across the country within hours of being picked. Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn go to Dartmoor for the annual pony trek, and use the occasion to purchase one of the beasts for the farm. However, before their new pony is fit for work, he needs to be trained, and the farmers hire American horse whisperer Mike Branch for the job. Meanwhile, the arrival of new lambs is followed by a pleasant surprise for Ruth Goodman in the run-up to Mother's Day

    • 9:00pm
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      Antiques Road TripSeason 4 Episode 15: EPISODE: 15

      In the last leg of their journey, antiques experts Thomas Plant and Mark Hales travel from Hay-on-Wye in Powys to the final auction in Pontrilas, Herefordshire, where they compete to make the most profit from the collectibles they have bought along the way. Narrated by Tim Wonnacott

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