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Yesterday TV Guide

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Saturday, August 23 2014
  • Time Show
    • 34 mins ago
      Atlantis - End Of a World Birth Of a Legend

      Dramatised documentary exploring the volcanic eruption that led to the downfall of the Minoan civilisation and inspired the legend of the lost civilisation of Atlantis

    • 8:00am
      Nazi HuntersSeason 1 Episode 14: Goering - The Star Exhibit

      The story of Hitler's former deputy Hermann Goering, who emerged from house arrest in May 1945 and made his way to American lines in the hope of surrendering to them rather than the Russians. After being imprisoned at Nuremberg, he committed suicide by poisoning in October 1946

    • 9:00am
      Flog It!Wolverhampton 24

      Experts Catherine Southon and David Barby search for great items to auction in Wolverhampton, while presenter Paul Martin takes time out to browse his favourite paintings at Wightwick Manor

    • 10:00am
      Celebrity Antiques Road TripSeason 1 Episode 8: EPISODE: 8

      Former Bond girls Honor Blackman and Britt Ekland join Charlie Ross and Charles Hanson as they travel around Cambridge and Saffron Walden, Essex, looking for valuable items to put up for auction in Greenwich, south-east London. Narrated by Tim Wonnacott

    • 11:00am
      Flog It!Penzance 29

      Paul Martin returns to his native Cornwall, where he is joined by experts Jethro Marles and Phillip Searle to examine a range of items going up for auction. The presenter also visits the National Seal Sanctuary to discover how abandoned pups are rehabilitated back into the wild

    • 12:00pm
      Who Do You Think You Are? (UK)Season 2 Episode 5: Jane Horrocks

      Actress Jane Horrocks explores the life of her maternal great-grandmother Sarah Cunliffe, a weaver in the Rawtenstall cotton mills, north of Manchester, in the late 19th century. She discovers Sarah had five additional siblings no one knew about, with one mystery brother emigrating to Australia. Jane is also intrigued to find she is related to wealthy mill owner John Horrocks, the 'Cotton King' of Lancashire

    • 1:00pm
      Who Do You Think You Are? (UK)Season 2 Episode 6: Gurinder Chadha

      Bend It Like Beckham director Gurinder Chadha retraces the lives of her father and his forebears. The journey takes her from her home town of Southall, west London, to Kenya, India and Pakistan, painting an extraordinary picture of Asian life within the former British Empire. During the trip, Gurinder delves into the 1800s and discovers her family is linked to a great Sikh ruler

    • 2:00pm
      One Foot in the GraveSeason 5 Episode 4: Hole in the Sky

      Margaret comes into money, Victor tries to help a Dutch girl get back on her feet, and builders arrive to start the loft conversion, leaving chaos in their wake. Comedy, guest starring Christopher Ryan (The Young Ones), with Richard Wilson and Annette Crosbie

    • 2:40pm
      One Foot in the GraveSeason 5 Episode 5: The Exterminating Angel

      Victor receives an unlikely job offer that paves the way to disaster, and Margaret plays Cupid to Nick Swainey and a nurse. Meanwhile, the Meldrew household is plagued by a malfunctioning shower, marauding rugby players and a seemingly endless supply of frozen veg. Guest starring John Bird

    • 6:00pm

      Ruth Jones stars as Carry On actress Hattie Jacques in this dramatisation of her secret affair with a younger man in the early 1960s, while still married to Dad's Army actor John Le Mesurier. A love triangle develops between the three and Hattie uses her charm and ingenuity to control escalating family tensions and threats of public exposure - but must ultimately make a decision that puts her at risk of being left on her own. Also starring Robert Bathurst, Aidan Turner and Jeany Spark

    • 7:50pm
      Michael Wood's Story of EnglandSeason 1 Episode 6: Victoria to the Present Day

      The broadcaster explores the history of the village of Kibworth, Leicestershire, from the 19th century to the present day, including the Penny Concerts of the 1880s. He accompanies local children on a school trip to France, where the pupils commemorate relatives who died in the First World War. Michael Wood also reveals the story of the Home Guard and the bombing of the village in 1940, and how modern times arrived in the village

    • 9:35pm
      South Africa WalksSeason 1 Episode 2: The Drakensberg

      Julia Bradbury tackles the most ambitious stage of her trek, a journey across the Drakensberg, Southern Africa's highest mountain range. However, she quickly discovers even the most experienced of mountaineers can have their hopes dashed by the dramatic weather conditions that plague the peaks

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