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Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Wednesday, August 5 2015
  • Time Show
    • 19 mins ago
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      Cash in the AtticPlowright

      The team helps Christine and John Plowright sell their unwanted items in a bid to raise enough money to have a spa bath fitted

    • in 26 mins
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      Flog It!Oldham

      Experts Anita Manning and Kate Bliss help people make a profit in Oldham, Greater Manchester, while presenter Paul Martín learns about the ancient tradition of clog-making

    • 4:00am
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      Season 18 Episode 12: The Somme's Secret Weapon: A Time Team Special

      Tony Robinson joins a dig near Mametz on the site of the Somme battlefield, where British trenches from nearly a century ago are uncovered. The experts investigate whether a top-secret weapon known as the Livens Flame Projector was deployed as the army launched their assault in Northern France

    • 5:00am
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      BattleplanSeason 2 Episode 5: Special Operations

      Examining the use of special operations in modern warfare which can take on a whole range of different forms - from the deployment of entire squadrons to the use of just two operatives, backed up with a spectrum of intelligence services and organisations

    • 6:00am
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      AnnihilationSeason 1 Episode 6: The Survivors

      The documentary telling the story of the Holocaust continues with a look at how the death camps were reorganised as the number of convoys arriving from occupied Europe increased. Plus, Himmer's orders to erase all traces of genocide in the extermination camps as the Allies began making significant progress in the war from the summer of 1942 onwards

    • 7:00am
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      Time TeamThe Real Vikings: A Time Team Special

      Tony Robinson, Mick Aston and Phil Harding follow digs around the UK that uncover an array of ancient artefacts and provide insights into the Viking way of life. The Norsemen had a notorious reputation as fearsome, axe-wielding warriors, but as the team visits sites in Orkney, York and on the south coast, it becomes apparent they were also successful global traders and mariners, as well as technological pioneers

    • 8:00am
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      Lost Gods of Easter Island

      David Attenborough traces the origins of a carved figure he bought in New York in the 1980s. A man on a mission, he treks from Russia to Australia, from England to the Pacific, and finally ends up on Easter Island - home of the famous Moai heads - and discovers that he may have purchased what was originally a gift to Captain Cook from the islanders

    • 9:00am
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      CoastSeason 8 Episode 3: Joy of the Coast

      The presenters seek out the ideal locations to enjoy their personal passions. Nick Crane heads to the Inner Hebrides to attempt a mountaineering challenge on the Isle of Skye, and reveals how Thomas Cook was inspired in the mid-19th century to create his famous package tours by the steamships criss-crossing Scottish waters. Avid knitter Ruth Goodman gets some tips for completing a complex fisherman's jumper by visiting Polperro in Cornwall, learning how people's livelihoods 150 years ago depended on their skills at making workwear to order. Poet Ian McMillan looks for creative ideas in the Cornish seaside resort of St Ives and explores the life and work of self-taught artist Alfred Wallis, and Tessa Dunlop explores the glamorous history of British lidos - public outdoor swimming pools that sprang up around the UK in the 1930s

    • 10:00am
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      Samurai Warrior Queens

      Dramatised documentary telling the story of Nakano Takeko, a female samurai who defied convention to lead a rebellion against Japan's western-influenced Emperor in 1868

    • 11:00am
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      Season 18 Episode 12: The Somme's Secret Weapon: A Time Team Special

      Tony Robinson joins a dig near Mametz on the site of the Somme battlefield, where British trenches from nearly a century ago are uncovered. The experts investigate whether a top-secret weapon known as the Livens Flame Projector was deployed as the army launched their assault in Northern France

    • 12:00pm
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      AnnihilationSeason 1 Episode 6: The Survivors

      The documentary telling the story of the Holocaust continues with a look at how the death camps were reorganised as the number of convoys arriving from occupied Europe increased. Plus, Himmer's orders to erase all traces of genocide in the extermination camps as the Allies began making significant progress in the war from the summer of 1942 onwards

    • 1:00pm
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      BattleplanSeason 2 Episode 5: Special Operations

      Examining the use of special operations in modern warfare which can take on a whole range of different forms - from the deployment of entire squadrons to the use of just two operatives, backed up with a spectrum of intelligence services and organisations

    • 2:00pm
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      CoastSeason 8 Episode 3: Joy of the Coast

      The presenters seek out the ideal locations to enjoy their personal passions. Nick Crane heads to the Inner Hebrides to attempt a mountaineering challenge on the Isle of Skye, and reveals how Thomas Cook was inspired in the mid-19th century to create his famous package tours by the steamships criss-crossing Scottish waters. Avid knitter Ruth Goodman gets some tips for completing a complex fisherman's jumper by visiting Polperro in Cornwall, learning how people's livelihoods 150 years ago depended on their skills at making workwear to order. Poet Ian McMillan looks for creative ideas in the Cornish seaside resort of St Ives and explores the life and work of self-taught artist Alfred Wallis, and Tessa Dunlop explores the glamorous history of British lidos - public outdoor swimming pools that sprang up around the UK in the 1930s

    • 3:00pm
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      The Great British YearSeason 1 Episode 4: Autumn

      The documentary follows wildlife throughout autumn, when the fading sun brings a change of energy to the landscape, while creatures prepare for shorter, darker days. Sika deer stags battle for supremacy, dormice curl up for their winter snooze, barnacle geese arrive from the Arctic and baby seals face the tempestuous waves, while salmon complete their epic journey to spawn before they die. By December, birds huddle together as the first snowflakes fall, and the seasonal cycle begins again. Narrated by Joseph Fiennes

    • 4:00pm
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      Predators in Our Backyard

      Across the world scientists are releasing predators, including panthers, bears and wolves, close to where people live. This programme investigates how the reintroduction of such predators to the wild could benefit the environment on a genetic and global level

    • 5:00pm
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      Wonders of the UniverseSeason 1 Episode 2: Stardust

      Professor Brian Cox continues his exploration of the origins of mankind by investigating the matter from which everything on Earth is formed. At a Hindu cremation in Nepal, he discusses the faith's philosophy of life as an eternal cycle of creation and destruction, and draws a parallel with the life cycle of the universe's stars - before revealing why everything on Earth was at one time a part of something else instead

    • 6:00pm
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      AnnihilationSeason 1 Episode 6: The Survivors

      The documentary telling the story of the Holocaust continues with a look at how the death camps were reorganised as the number of convoys arriving from occupied Europe increased. Plus, Himmer's orders to erase all traces of genocide in the extermination camps as the Allies began making significant progress in the war from the summer of 1942 onwards

    • 8:00pm
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      Andrew Marr's History of the WorldSeason 1 Episode 8: Age of Extremes

      The broadcaster ends his chronicle of human civilisation by bringing the story into the 20th century, when he believes man was propelled forward by his technological brilliance but limited by the consequences of political failings, best demonstrated by the two world wars. Marr also touches on the more positive achievements in the fields of science and technology, as people now live longer and travel faster than their ancestors could ever have imagined, then speculates on what the future holds for a planet of seven billion people and rising

    • 9:00pm
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      Antiques RoadshowSeason 33 Episode 26: Hutton-in-the-Forest

      Fiona Bruce and the experts visit Hutton-in-the-Forest, a country house in Cumbria, where items up for valuation include a painting that was once used for target practice, a small boy's toy and a watch that reveals a little-known fact about life in a prisoner-of-war camp

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