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Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Monday, April 27 2015
  • Time Show
    • 4 mins ago
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      Who Betrayed the Bomber Boys

      Documentary revealing how the achievements of British bomber pilots during the Second World War were covered up by political leaders, who feared that history might judge the destruction of Germany's infrastructure harshly. Narrated by Stephen Fry

    • 6:00am
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      Edwardian FarmSeason 1 Episode 9: EPISODE: 9

      Empire Day approaches and a paddle steamer docks at the Morwellham Quay for the first time in 80 years. Such vessels were frequent visitors when Edwardian tourists first began to visit the Tamar Valley, and Alex Langlands, Peter Ginn and Ruth Goodman put on a party for the passengers, but have to learn how to make clotted cream and the Devonshire version of a scone. Plus, the trio harvest their strawberries

    • 7:00am
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      Time TeamSeason 18 Episode 8: Castles and Cannons

      Tony Robinson and the experts travel across the Channel to Jersey, where they search for the origins of Mont Orgueil Castle, an imposing fortress constructed during the reign of King John. Their excavation is complicated by the fact that a newer castle was built on top of the old foundations in Tudor times - and the entire site is located on a rocky outcrop with sides so steep that they can only be scaled by mountaineers

    • 8:00am
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      If Walls Could Talk: The History of the HomeSeason 1 Episode 3: The Bedroom

      Chief curator of the Historic Royal Palaces Lucy Worsley examines the bedroom, a space that started out as a communal area but is now the most private room in the house. She spends the night in a Tudor farmhouse and re-creates a bedtime 'bundling' ritual, before being publicly dressed as Queen Caroline in Hampton Court and experiencing the glamour of the 1930s boudoir

    • 9:00am
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      Who Do You Think You Are? (UK)Season 9 Episode 6: Alex Kingston

      Actress Alex Kingston researches her family tree, investigating the military life of her great-grandfather William Keevil, whose career as a photographer led to him being given a key responsibility in the First World War before his death at the Battle of Passchendaele. She also explores rumours of Jewish ancestry, going back several generations, and hears how her mother's widowed great-great-great-grandmother embarked on an unconventional enterprise to avoid sliding into poverty

    • 10:00am
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      Flog It!Darlington 13

      Paul Martín and the team visit Darlington, Co Durham, where experts Adam Partridge and Will Axon value items including Austrian postcards, a tea caddy and a set of medals that almost did not make it to valuation day. Paul also gets the chance to spend time with the Cleveland Mounted Police

    • 11:00am
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      Indian Hill RailwaysSeason 1 Episode 3: The Kalka-Shimla Railway

      Workers on the railway at Shimla, once the summer capital during the days of the Raj, all of whom are playing a waiting game. Stationmaster Sanjay hopes for a promotion, his boss Bataljit expects a transfer, while teacher John Whitmarsh-Knight is searching for a home - and every one of them is anticipating snow

    • 12:00pm
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      Arctic Convoys

      The story of the Arctic convoys during the Second World War, when millions of tons of crucial supplies and munitions were transported from Scotland to the Soviet Union

    • 1:00pm
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      Who Betrayed the Bomber Boys

      Documentary revealing how the achievements of British bomber pilots during the Second World War were covered up by political leaders, who feared that history might judge the destruction of Germany's infrastructure harshly. Narrated by Stephen Fry

    • 2:00pm
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      Who Do You Think You Are? (UK)Season 5 Episode 6: David Suchet

      David Suchet uncovers a tale of tragedy and heroism while exploring his maternal grandmother's ancestry, before visiting London and Paris on the trail of his great-grandfather Arnold Jarche, a 19th-century photographer whose nationality is called into question. The actor's journey also takes him across eastern Europe in search of the birthplace of his grandfather and the origin of his unusual surname

    • 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

    • 6:00pm
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      Arctic Convoys

      The story of the Arctic convoys during the Second World War, when millions of tons of crucial supplies and munitions were transported from Scotland to the Soviet Union

    • 7:00pm
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      Time TeamSeason 18 Episode 8: Castles and Cannons

      Tony Robinson and the experts travel across the Channel to Jersey, where they search for the origins of Mont Orgueil Castle, an imposing fortress constructed during the reign of King John. Their excavation is complicated by the fact that a newer castle was built on top of the old foundations in Tudor times - and the entire site is located on a rocky outcrop with sides so steep that they can only be scaled by mountaineers

    • 8:00pm
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      Ancient Rome: The Rise and Fall of an EmpireSeason 1 Episode 3: Revolution

      The docu-drama series examines how soldier Tiberius Gracchus grew disheartened with the way Rome's aristocracy treated the poor and became an unlikely revolutionary. His actions in opposition of the corrupt Senate, in the pursuit of decency and justice for all, led to the shattering of the Republic and the installation of the first Emperor

    • 9:00pm
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      Antiques Road TripSeason 4 Episode 8: EPISODE: 8

      Experts Margie Cooper and Mark Stacey continue their journey across southern England. They visit Rochester in Kent and Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire, and bid against each other for potentially profitable lots at auctions in Colchester, Essex, and Chippenham, Wiltshire. Narrated by Tim Wonnacott

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