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: Secrets of the Ancients

How the Hanging Gardens of Babylon were irrigated. (S)

: Ancient Secrets

Blacksmith Hector Cole tries to make a replica of a sword found in a Saxon grave. (S)

: The Aristocracy

This first programme looks at the late 19th century, when the aristocracy dominated Parliament. (S)

: Travels with Pevsner

Featuring County Durham.

: Kings In Waiting

Henry V is generally seen as the tearaway prince made good. The truth is more complicated.

: Secrets of the Ancients

How the Hanging Gardens of Babylon were irrigated. (S)

: Ancient Secrets

Blacksmith Hector Cole tries to make a replica of a sword found in a Saxon grave. (S)

: The Aristocracy

This first programme looks at the late 19th century, when the aristocracy dominated Parliament. (S)

: Travels with Pevsner

Featuring County Durham.

: Kings In Waiting

Henry V is generally seen as the tearaway prince made good. The truth is more complicated.

: Secrets of the Ancients

How the Hanging Gardens of Babylon were irrigated. (S)

: Ancient Secrets

Blacksmith Hector Cole tries to make a replica of a sword found in a Saxon grave. (S)

: The Aristocracy

This first programme looks at the late 19th century, when the aristocracy dominated Parliament. (S)

: Travels with Pevsner

Featuring County Durham.

: Kings In Waiting

Henry V is generally seen as the tearaway prince made good. The truth is more complicated.

: Secrets of the Ancients

How the Hanging Gardens of Babylon were irrigated. (S)

: Ancient Secrets

Blacksmith Hector Cole tries to make a replica of a sword found in a Saxon grave. (S)

: The Aristocracy

This first programme looks at the late 19th century, when the aristocracy dominated Parliament. (S)

: The Greene Factor

An assessment of Graham Greene's considerable literary legacy.

: The Heart of the Matter

Drama based on Graham Greene's story of infidelity and tortured conscience in wartime Sierra Leone.

: Omnibus

A profile of American author Eudora Welty, who died this year. (S)

: Death of a Cyclist Drama

An adulterous couple run over a cyclist and leave him to die rather than expose their affair. In Spanish with English subtitles.

: Death of a Bureaucrat

Black comedy in which a widow fights to have her husband exhumed in an attempt to prove her right to a pension. In Spanish with English subtitles.

: As 9pm

(S)








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