Laurence Rees leads a panel of historians in a discussion on whether the Second World War happened because of Adolf Hitler or because of the circumstances of that time. A series of programmes about people connected to Hitler starts tomorrow with a Late Show Special on Leni Riefenstahl at
10.30pm; and Days That Shook the World on Hitler's suicide is tonight at 11.35pm
When Wallace and Gromit run out of cheese, they decide to stock up by going on holiday to the moon.
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The Wrong Trousers is tomorrow at 10pm
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