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27: Yesterday

Tue Jun 25
Bangers & Cash

Today 13:00 - 14:00

A rusty 1970 Fiat 500 goes under the hammer - Derek reckons it's the kind of vehicle that is so iconic that it has to be saved. [S,AD]

Bangers & Cash

Today 14:00 - 15:00

Tucked away in the showroom is a WW2-era Willys Jeep. Its original condition means there might be a bunfight for a military vehicle that's ripe for restoration. [S,AD]

The World at War

Today 15:00 - 16:00

Home Fires: World War II as told by the late Laurence Olivier. Hear more about life on the British Home Front, a time of gas masks, digging for victory and evacuation. [S]

World War Weird

Today 16:00 - 17:00

The true story of Franz Stigler, a German Luftwaffe pilot in the Second World War who risked his own life to save the crew of an American B-17 bomber. [S]

Antiques Roadshow

Today 17:00 - 18:00

Minehead Railway Station 2: Fiona Bruce presents from Minehead Railway Station, where items brought in include a chair thought to have once belonged to Henry VIII. [S]

Bangers & Cash

Today 18:00 - 19:00

Derek is on the road to pick up a funky little Nissan Figaro and a sublime Ferrari 250 GT tribute car, and Paul gets to try out his spanking new Scania T Cab. [S,AD]

Bangers & Cash

Today 19:00 - 20:00

Derek has sold everything from trucks to bicycles - but he can't remember the last time he auctioned off a two-seater plane. [S,AD]

Bangers & Cash: Restoring Classics

Today 20:00 - 21:00

The Restoring Classics team set out on a Pre-War challenge with a 1939 three wheeled Morgan F4 - and aptly named Russ Storer from MG Mecca is still keen to take it on. [S,AD]

Bangers & Cash

Today 21:00 - 22:00

A rusty 1970 Fiat 500 goes under the hammer - Derek reckons it's the kind of vehicle that is so iconic that it has to be saved. [S,AD]

Abandoned Engineering

Today 22:00 - 23:00

Quest for Power: Hear about the disused structures that were once at the forefront of power supply, including Budapest's Kelenfold Power Station and New York's Wardenclyffe Tower. [S,AD]

Great British Railway Journeys

Today 23:00 - 23:30

Belfast to Portrush: On a journey from Belfast to Portrush, Michael Portillo investigates the work of author and Narnia creator CS Lewis, and visits the Royal Portrush Golf Club. [S]

Great British Railway Journeys

Today 23:30 - 00:00

Larne to Dumfries: Michael Portillo journeys from Northern Ireland across the water to Scotland. Leaving from the seaport of Larne, he reaches Stranraer and the Mull of Galloway. [S]

Wed Jun 26
Hornby: A Model World

Tomorrow 00:00 - 01:00

9F Evening Star: The Hornby team attempt to replicate the legendary 9F steam locomotive, using new design technology. [S,AD]

Secrets of the Transport Museum

Tomorrow 01:00 - 02:00

Mini Make-Over: A Mini makeover reduces its owners to tears. A replica, 1925 cycle car, that's taken six years to build, comes a cropper at Brooklands. [S,AD]

Teleshopping

Tomorrow 02:00 - 05:10

Shopping from Home.

Hornby: A Model World

Tomorrow 05:10 - 06:10

Spitfire: For the first time in 50 years, the Airfix team attempt a 1:24 scale kit of a Spitfire. Will designer Chris be able to capture the iconic warbird in sufficient detail? [S,AD]

Hornby: A Model World

Tomorrow 06:10 - 07:00

The FLIRT: Simon and Montana attempt the hard sell at The Dorset Steam Fair, whilst designer Steve takes on the challenge of replicating one of the world's newest trains. [S,AD]

Abandoned Engineering

Tomorrow 07:00 - 08:00

Hitler's Army Powerhouse: Hear how the Politz synthetic fuel plant in Poland, now a derelict site, was once central to Nazi Germany's drive to become self-sufficient on fuel. [S,AD]

Abandoned Engineering

Tomorrow 08:00 - 09:00

Britain's Sea Fort Complex: Seven huge steel boxes stand rusting in the Thames Estuary. Hear how the Red Sands sea fort was once Britain's first line of defence against the Nazis. [S,AD]

The World at War

Tomorrow 09:00 - 10:00

Home Fires: World War II as told by the late Laurence Olivier. Hear more about life on the British Home Front, a time of gas masks, digging for victory and evacuation. [S]

World War Weird

Tomorrow 10:00 - 11:00

The true story of Franz Stigler, a German Luftwaffe pilot in the Second World War who risked his own life to save the crew of an American B-17 bomber. [S]

Great British Railway Journeys

Tomorrow 11:00 - 11:30

Glasgow to Cumbrae: Michael Portillo journeys from Glasgow to Cumbrae, learning about a forgotten Scottish expedition to the Antarctic. [S]

Great British Railway Journeys

Tomorrow 11:30 - 12:00

Hillhead to Connel Ferry: Michael Portillo visits the University of Glasgow's Officer Training Corps, then heads to Helensburgh, finding a group of artists known as the Glasgow Boys. [S]

Antiques Roadshow

Tomorrow 12:00 - 13:00

Cardiff Castle 2: Fiona Bruce and the team return to Cardiff Castle where items include an elaborately decorated Indian flask and a rare piece of porcelain. [S]

Bangers & Cash

Tomorrow 13:00 - 14:00

Up for auction this week is a 1980 Ford Escort, a hand-built 1946 Bedford 12 electric car, and a beautiful, red 1957 Austin Healey. [S,AD]

Bangers & Cash

Tomorrow 14:00 - 15:00

Derek collects a beautifully restored and carefully modified 1936 Wolseley 14/56. Meanwhile, a Batman-inspired Chrysler Crossfire is dropped off at the Thornton le Dale garage. [S,AD]

The World at War

Tomorrow 15:00 - 16:00

Inside the Reich: Laurence Olivier narrates this 26-part series, a milestone in TV history. Germany's progress loses momentum as the tide of the war turns in favour of the Allies. [S]

World War Weird

Tomorrow 16:00 - 17:00

While Nazi scientists were conducting brutal experiments in an attempt to create an Aryan master race, a team of zoologists were overseeing their own bizarre science trials. [S]

Antiques Roadshow

Tomorrow 17:00 - 18:00

Cardiff Castle 2: Fiona Bruce and the team return to Cardiff Castle where items include an elaborately decorated Indian flask and a rare piece of porcelain. [S]

Bangers & Cash

Tomorrow 18:00 - 19:00

Derek checks out an abandoned 1985 Renault 4 and an MGB Roadster that hasn't seen the light of day for 36 years, and Jack heads to Rotherham to pick up a pair of rare Bond Bugs. [S,AD]

Great Coastal Railway Journeys

Tomorrow 19:00 - 19:30

New. Tynemouth to Bardon Mill: Michael Portillo sets off from Tynemouth on the first leg of a trip to Berwick, hearing about a tragedy that inspired a coastal rescue service. [S]

Great Coastal Railway Journeys

Tomorrow 19:30 - 20:00

New. Newcastle to Lynemouth: Michael Portillo heads from Newcastle to Lynemouth, and is intrigued to hear of its part in Newcastle's early industrial development.

Joanna Lumley's Japan

Tomorrow 20:00 - 21:00

Joanna Lumley explores Tokyo, which was extensively rebuilt after the Second World War, and also travels to the Kiso Valley to walk an ancient route known as the Nakasendo Way. [S]

Bangers & Cash

Tomorrow 21:00 - 22:00

Up for auction this week is a 1980 Ford Escort, a hand-built 1946 Bedford 12 electric car, and a beautiful, red 1957 Austin Healey. [S,AD]

Abandoned Engineering

Tomorrow 22:00 - 23:00

Hitler's Army Powerhouse: Hear how the Politz synthetic fuel plant in Poland, now a derelict site, was once central to Nazi Germany's drive to become self-sufficient on fuel. [S,AD]

Great British Railway Journeys

Tomorrow 23:00 - 23:30

Glasgow to Cumbrae: Michael Portillo journeys from Glasgow to Cumbrae, learning about a forgotten Scottish expedition to the Antarctic. [S]

Great British Railway Journeys

Tomorrow 23:30 - 00:00

Hillhead to Connel Ferry: Michael Portillo visits the University of Glasgow's Officer Training Corps, then heads to Helensburgh, finding a group of artists known as the Glasgow Boys. [S]

Thu Jun 27
Hornby: A Model World

Thursday 00:00 - 01:00

A4 Mallard: There's a huge challenge for designer Phil to get the iconic curvature correct on Hornby's latest range of A4 locos. [S,AD]

Secrets of the Transport Museum

Thursday 01:00 - 02:00

Sanjeev Visits The Museum: Actor and writer Sanjeev Bhaskar visits Brooklands to re-live a past supersonic experience and the earliest ever Triumph motorcycle is unveiled. [S,AD]

Teleshopping

Thursday 02:00 - 05:10

Shopping from Home.

Hornby: A Model World

Thursday 05:10 - 06:10

Top Ten Models: In this special episode, company staff, enthusiasts and celebrities pick the top ten products and innovations that have most impressed and inspired them across the years. [S,AD]

Space Shuttle: Triumph and Tragedy

Thursday 06:10 - 07:00

NASA engineers reveal how they pushed technology's limits when they created the Shuttle; a historian suggests the original intention for the Shuttle was to use it for spying missions. [S]

Abandoned Engineering

Thursday 07:00 - 08:00

The Italian Dam Disaster: Hear the fateful story of the disused Vajont Dam in Italy, the site of a tragic disaster in 1963 which resulted in the deaths of around 2,000 people. [S,AD]

Abandoned Engineering

Thursday 08:00 - 09:00

Battle of Britain Technology Facility: Learn about the strange-looking, derelict military facilities in Farnborough, which were once wind tunnels that played a vital role in WWII. [S,AD]

The World at War

Thursday 09:00 - 10:00

Inside the Reich: Laurence Olivier narrates this 26-part series, a milestone in TV history. Germany's progress loses momentum as the tide of the war turns in favour of the Allies. [S]

World War Weird

Thursday 10:00 - 11:00

While Nazi scientists were conducting brutal experiments in an attempt to create an Aryan master race, a team of zoologists were overseeing their own bizarre science trials. [S]

Great British Railway Journeys

Thursday 11:00 - 11:30

Warwick to Radley: Michael Portillo sets off on the first leg of a journey from the Midlands to Rye in East Sussex, beginning by travelling from Warwick to Radley in Oxfordshire. [S]

Great British Railway Journeys

Thursday 11:30 - 12:00

Reading to Taplow: Michael Portillo picks up his journey from Warwick to Rye. In Reading, he traces the origins of education for workers. In Cliveden he explores an Italianate mansion. [S]

Antiques Roadshow

Thursday 12:00 - 13:00

Stormont Parliament Buildings and Estate 1: Fiona Bruce presents from the Stormont Parliament Building in Belfast, where items to be valued include diving gear from the Titanic. [S]

Bangers & Cash

Thursday 13:00 - 14:00

Paul's doing the pick-ups in Lancashire where a rare 1960 Vauxhall Cresta PA Friary estate in dusky pink awaits. [S,AD]

Bangers & Cash

Thursday 14:00 - 15:00

A vivid Dutch DAF 66 - in daffodil yellow - lands at the North Yorkshire showroom. [S,AD]

The World at War

Thursday 15:00 - 16:00

Morning: England became a supply dump as the British and Americans assembled the largest invasion fleet in history for Operation Overlord on 6 June 1944. Laurence Olivier tells all. [S]

World War Weird

Thursday 16:00 - 17:00

A program set up by the Special Operations Executive, the forerunner to MI6, to undermine German and Japanese officers by spraying them with a foul-smelling substance. [S]

Antiques Roadshow

Thursday 17:00 - 18:00

Stormont Parliament Buildings and Estate 1: Fiona Bruce presents from the Stormont Parliament Building in Belfast, where items to be valued include diving gear from the Titanic. [S]

Bangers & Cash

Thursday 18:00 - 19:00

In the 100th episode, Derek heads to Northumberland to collect a rare 1975 NSU RO 80, Jack deals with a Mini Mayfair stuck in a barn, and an Aston Martin DBS husk is auctioned. [S,AD]

Bangers & Cash

Thursday 19:00 - 20:00

100 motorbikes come in for auction from every era of the 20th century. Also, the team assess a 1965 Vanden Plas Princess with a four litre Rolls Royce engine that's seen better days. [S,AD]

Bangers & Cash: Restoring Classics

Thursday 20:00 - 21:00

A super rare Reliant Scimitar GTC undergoes an expert recommission, leaving no bolt unturned. And a Honda CBR superbike from the 80s is in need of repair. [S,AD]

Bangers & Cash

Thursday 21:00 - 22:00

Paul's doing the pick-ups in Lancashire where a rare 1960 Vauxhall Cresta PA Friary estate in dusky pink awaits. [S,AD]

Abandoned Engineering

Thursday 22:00 - 23:00

The Italian Dam Disaster: Hear the fateful story of the disused Vajont Dam in Italy, the site of a tragic disaster in 1963 which resulted in the deaths of around 2,000 people. [S,AD]

Great British Railway Journeys

Thursday 23:00 - 23:30

Warwick to Radley: Michael Portillo sets off on the first leg of a journey from the Midlands to Rye in East Sussex, beginning by travelling from Warwick to Radley in Oxfordshire. [S]

Great British Railway Journeys

Thursday 23:30 - 00:00

Reading to Taplow: Michael Portillo picks up his journey from Warwick to Rye. In Reading, he traces the origins of education for workers. In Cliveden he explores an Italianate mansion. [S]

Fri Jun 28
Hornby: A Model World

Friday 00:00 - 01:00

Spitfire: For the first time in 50 years, the Airfix team attempt a 1:24 scale kit of a Spitfire. Will designer Chris be able to capture the iconic warbird in sufficient detail? [S,AD]

Hornby: A Model World

Friday 01:00 - 02:00

Lotus 72: Music mogul Pete Waterman is recreating the section of West Coast Mainline where he spent his Saturdays as a child. New technology allows the public the ability to control the trains. [S,AD]

Teleshopping

Friday 02:00 - 05:10

Shopping from Home.

Space Shuttle: Triumph and Tragedy

Friday 05:10 - 06:10

Following the Challenger disaster, the Shuttle was saved by the fall of the Soviet Union. [S]

Train Truckers

Friday 06:10 - 07:00

Classic Steam Locomotive: Documentary following the exploits of a family-run crew of haulage specialists as they move the heaviest, longest and most precious locomotives around the world. [S]

Abandoned Engineering

Friday 07:00 - 08:00

The Abandoned Nazi Railway: The Canfranc Railway Station is a large and elaborate abandoned Nazi railway station in the Spanish Pyrenees. Why was it built? [S,AD]

Abandoned Engineering

Friday 08:00 - 09:00

America's Jungle City: Henry Ford's Fordlandia Rubber Town has been left to rot in the Amazon Rainforest, but it was once a symbol of the American dream. [S,AD]

The World at War

Friday 09:00 - 10:00

Morning: England became a supply dump as the British and Americans assembled the largest invasion fleet in history for Operation Overlord on 6 June 1944. Laurence Olivier tells all. [S]

World War Weird

Friday 10:00 - 11:00

A program set up by the Special Operations Executive, the forerunner to MI6, to undermine German and Japanese officers by spraying them with a foul-smelling substance. [S]

Great British Railway Journeys

Friday 11:00 - 11:30

Ealing Broadway to South Kensington: Michael Portillo reaches the capital on his rail journey. In Ealing, he is transformed for the silver screen by expert hair and make-up. [S]

Great British Railway Journeys

Friday 11:30 - 12:00

Piccadilly Circus to Gravesend: Michael Portillo journeys from Piccadilly Circus to Gravesend, visiting an exotic West End store that was popular among Victorian women. [S]

Antiques Roadshow

Friday 12:00 - 13:00

Trelissick 2: Fiona Bruce presents from Trelissick House and gardens in Cornwall, with unusual finds ranging from an ejector seat from a Vulcan bomber to a miniature sewing kit. [S]

Bangers & Cash

Friday 13:00 - 14:00

Paul's on a big day out collecting a 1971 Jaguar E-Type and a 1933 Morgan 3-wheeler Supersport but first there's a flock of 300 chickens to negotiate before he can load up. [S,AD]

Bangers & Cash

Friday 14:00 - 15:00

Dave's in fast car heaven as he picks up a rare Subaru Impreza and an equally powerful Ford Escort RS Cosworth from North Wales. [S,AD]

The World at War

Friday 15:00 - 16:00

Occupation: Hear how the Netherlands lived under Nazi rule for four years and how its people decided where their loyalties lay. Narrated by the late, great Laurence Olivier. [S]

World War Weird

Friday 16:00 - 17:00

The story of Herman Goering's younger brother Albert, who was opposed to Nazism and helped Jews and others escape persecution in Germany, but found himself shunned due to his name. [S]

Antiques Roadshow

Friday 17:00 - 18:00

Trelissick 2: Fiona Bruce presents from Trelissick House and gardens in Cornwall, with unusual finds ranging from an ejector seat from a Vulcan bomber to a miniature sewing kit. [S]

Bangers & Cash

Friday 18:00 - 19:00

On the way to pick up two lovely '70s Lotus sports cars, Derek takes to the skies for his first ever helicopter flight in a 1967 Bell 47 chopper. [S,AD]

Hornby: A Model World

Friday 19:00 - 20:00

Spitfire: For the first time in 50 years, the Airfix team attempt a 1:24 scale kit of a Spitfire. Will designer Chris be able to capture the iconic warbird in sufficient detail? [S,AD]

Hornby: A Model World

Friday 20:00 - 21:00

The FLIRT: Simon and Montana attempt the hard sell at The Dorset Steam Fair, whilst designer Steve takes on the challenge of replicating one of the world's newest trains. [S,AD]

Bangers & Cash

Friday 21:00 - 22:00

Paul's on a big day out collecting a 1971 Jaguar E-Type and a 1933 Morgan 3-wheeler Supersport but first there's a flock of 300 chickens to negotiate before he can load up. [S,AD]

Abandoned Engineering

Friday 22:00 - 23:00

The Abandoned Nazi Railway: The Canfranc Railway Station is a large and elaborate abandoned Nazi railway station in the Spanish Pyrenees. Why was it built? [S,AD]

Great British Railway Journeys

Friday 23:00 - 23:30

Ealing Broadway to South Kensington: Michael Portillo reaches the capital on his rail journey. In Ealing, he is transformed for the silver screen by expert hair and make-up. [S]

Great British Railway Journeys

Friday 23:30 - 00:00

Piccadilly Circus to Gravesend: Michael Portillo journeys from Piccadilly Circus to Gravesend, visiting an exotic West End store that was popular among Victorian women. [S]

Sat Jun 29
Hornby: A Model World

Saturday 00:00 - 01:00

Black 5: Designer Phil takes on his toughest challenge yet - an entire reinvention of the Black Fives, encompassing all 842 variations. [S,AD]

Hornby: A Model World

Saturday 01:00 - 02:00

9F Evening Star: The Hornby team attempt to replicate the legendary 9F steam locomotive, using new design technology. [S,AD]

Teleshopping

Saturday 02:00 - 05:10

Shopping from Home.

Train Truckers

Saturday 05:10 - 06:10

Giant Royal Locomotive: Expert hauliers Eric Harrison and Chris Case move The Royal Highland Fusilier halfway across the country to the Great Central Railway's Diesel Gala in Loughborough. [S]

Train Truckers

Saturday 06:10 - 07:00

Mega Freight Train: Zak and Alex face a four-day mission to deliver a pair of classic steam locomotives for an Autumn Steam Gala at the Mid Hants Railway in Hampshire. [S]

Secrets of the London Underground

Saturday 07:00 - 08:00

King William Street, Knightsbridge: Tim Dunn and Siddy Holloway explore King William Street, the original terminus of the first electric Tube in the world. [S,AD]

Secrets of the London Underground

Saturday 08:00 - 09:00

Brompton Road: Tim Dunn and Siddy Holloway walk the Piccadilly line at night to explore the hidden World War 2 remains of Brompton Road. [S,AD]

Find It, Fix It, Flog It

Saturday 09:00 - 10:00

The boys visit Norfolk to assist retired engineer Graham and his wife Lindsay. They discover a rare tandem disability scooter, along with a retro record player in need of TLC. [S,AD]

Find It, Fix It, Flog It

Saturday 10:00 - 11:00

Henry and Simon head to Suffolk to meet Terry and Sam who are living 'The Good Life'. The boys find rich pickings including an antique Tilley lamp and a fine old work bench. [S,AD]

Find It, Fix It, Flog It

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

In Wiltshire Henry and Simon meet Laura who lives in a collection of farm buildings. Henry takes a hay cart and Simon falls in love with some glass collecting jars. [S,AD]

Turkey with Simon Reeve

Saturday 12:00 - 13:00

Simon Reeve's journey around Turkey begins at Istanbul and the beaches of the Aegean Sea before ending up at the war-torn border with Syria. [S]

Turkey with Simon Reeve

Saturday 13:00 - 14:00

Simon Reeve travels along the Black Sea Coast to the capital of Ankara, and witnesses first hand the aftermath of fighting in Kurdish areas. [S]

Caribbean with Simon Reeve

Saturday 14:00 - 15:00

Simon begins his journey on the island of Hispaniola and its two very different countries of the Dominican Republic - a tourist hotspot - and its poorer neighbour Haiti. [S]

Canal Boat Diaries

Saturday 15:00 - 16:00

Hawne Basin to Stourbridge: Disaster strikes when the Naughty Lass collides with a low bridge on the Bumble Hole Canal Branch damaging a chimney. [S,AD]

Canal Boat Diaries

Saturday 16:00 - 17:00

Stourton to Wolverhampton: Robbie Cumming explores the picturesque Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal. [S,AD]

Canal Boat Diaries

Saturday 17:00 - 18:00

Wolverhampton to Anglesey Basin: It's Robbie's toughest trip yet as he battles through water weed on the Bradley Arm and gets stuck in silt on the Ridgacre Branch. [S,AD]

Great Continental Railway Journeys

Saturday 18:00 - 19:00

Athens to Thessaloniki: Michael Portillo travels from the Athens port of Piraeus, north to the city of Thessaloniki, exploring the Acropolis and sampling moussaka and baklava. [S]

Great Continental Railway Journeys

Saturday 19:00 - 20:00

The Black Forest to Hannover: Michael Portillo goes deep into the Black Forest, and he discovers how Germany's reputation for making quality goods was established. [S]

Great Continental Railway Journeys

Saturday 20:00 - 21:00

Barcelona to Mallorca: Travelling from Barcelona to Majorca, Michael Portillo traces the early roots of the Spanish Civil War, which divided his family and sent his father into exile. [S]

Porridge

Saturday 21:00 - 21:40

A Day Out: A day on the moors digging drains for the council is bound to offer an opportunity for Fletch to take advantage - especially with Mr Barrowclough in charge. Classic laughs. [S]

Porridge

Saturday 21:40 - 22:20

Ways and Means: Criminally funny sitcom. Fletch falls out with the governor and loses all his credibility. But he hopes to get back into his good books via a cosy job in the library. [S]

Porridge

Saturday 22:20 - 23:00

Men without Women: Only Ronnie Barker could make prison funny. When Fletcher assumes the role of agony aunt to his fellow inmates, he ends up writing letters home to their loved ones. [S]

Bangers & Cash

Saturday 23:00 - 00:00

100 motorbikes come in for auction from every era of the 20th century. Also, the team assess a 1965 Vanden Plas Princess with a four litre Rolls Royce engine that's seen better days. [S,AD]

Sun Jun 30
Hornby: A Model World

Sunday 00:00 - 01:00

The FLIRT: Simon and Montana attempt the hard sell at The Dorset Steam Fair, whilst designer Steve takes on the challenge of replicating one of the world's newest trains. [S,AD]

Hornby: A Model World

Sunday 01:00 - 02:00

Black 5: Designer Phil takes on his toughest challenge yet - an entire reinvention of the Black Fives, encompassing all 842 variations. [S,AD]

Teleshopping

Sunday 02:00 - 05:10

Shopping from Home.

Train Truckers

Sunday 05:10 - 06:10

Railway Mega Machine: Heavy haulage experts Ian Bagladi and Jamie Turnbull need to move a classical but abandoned 63-year-old, 70-tonne locomotive, through the English countryside. [S]

Train Truckers

Sunday 06:10 - 07:00

High-Speed Super Train: Kevin and Kieran move three state-of-the-art trains, fresh in from Japan. They need to transport them from the North East port of Redcar to a factory in Doncaster. [S]

World War Weird

Sunday 07:00 - 08:00

Crossword puzzles in a national newspaper begin to attract the attention of MI5, the answers are code words for the upcoming D-Day operation. Is this the work of a spy? [S]

World War Weird

Sunday 08:00 - 09:00

Hukbalahap Rebels in the Philippines believe they have a new enemy - a vampire. The British claim that an RAF pilot's incredible night vision comes from eating carrots. [S]

World War Weird

Sunday 09:00 - 10:00

In 1940, Japan launch an attack on a Chinese city - but they are not dropping bombs. Swarms of fleas descend and the city is infected with the bubonic plague. [S]

World War Weird

Sunday 10:00 - 11:00

At the Battle of Mons, the Germans retreat in panic when confronted by a group of angels. Is this divine intervention, mass hallucination - or something even stranger? [S]

Steam Train Britain

Sunday 11:00 - 12:00

Great Central Railway's Scott Manley takes a rainy busman's holiday working as a guard at Bury, while a team of volunteers in Wales try to keep the line clear of overgrown plants. [S,AD]

Steam Train Britain

Sunday 12:00 - 13:00

At the South Devon Railway, Andy Leech and Liz Turner host afternoon tea for 44 passengers. In East Lancashire, volunteer Chandra Law takes on the new role of Stationmaster. [S,AD]

Steam Train Britain

Sunday 13:00 - 14:00

Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway are celebrating their annual Victorian Weekend, while in south Devon, silver service waiter Andy Leech runs the three-course Sunday lunch. [S,AD]

Joanna Lumley's India

Sunday 14:00 - 15:00

Joanna Lumley travels back to the country of her birth, travelling the length and breadth of India to explore its diverse landscapes and cultural traditions. [S]

Joanna Lumley's India

Sunday 15:00 - 16:00

Joanna visits the Maharaja of Dungarpur who shows her around his lakeside palace, a Dalit community in Gujarat, considered India's lowest caste, and the enormous World One Tower. [S]

Joanna Lumley's India

Sunday 16:00 - 17:00

Joanna's adventures across India conclude as she explores Rajasthan, Delhi and the mountainous North West before ending in Kashmir, the place of her birth. [S]

Find It, Fix It, Flog It

Sunday 17:00 - 18:00

Henry and Simon head to Shropshire to help Marvin and Karen with some shed decluttering. Henry lightly restores an old Ford truck and Simon eyes a '70s TV for a potential fish tank. [S,AD]

Find It, Fix It, Flog It

Sunday 18:00 - 19:00

In Wincanton Henry and Simon meet retired Blacksmith Gyles with a pile of stuff needing a new home. Simon chooses bellows and Henry fulfils a dream by restoring an airline food trolley. [S,AD]

'Allo 'Allo!

Sunday 19:00 - 19:35

The Jet-Propelled Mother-in-Law: More endearing comic tales from David Croft's farcical wartime sitcom. Colonel von Klinkerhoffen visits the local vineyards for a wine-tasting. [S]

'Allo 'Allo!

Sunday 19:35 - 20:05

The Rescue of Frau Kinkenrotten: The farcical wartime sitcom that's truly politically incorrect! Rene masquerades as the head of the Gestapo in an attempt to rescue Herr Flick. [S]

'Allo 'Allo!

Sunday 20:05 - 20:40

The Camera in the Potato: Laugh along with the farcical wartime sitcom. Rene has to get into Gruber's bedroom in order to photograph plans for a German invasion of England. [S]

'Allo 'Allo!

Sunday 20:40 - 21:10

Dinner with the General: Classic British comedy with a dash of French farce. Edith must drop a smoke canister down the chimney in Gruber's bedroom. The right chimney, mind. [S]

Bangers & Cash

Sunday 21:10 - 22:10

Derek is picking up two expertly crafted Batmobile replicas in the home counties and Dave can't control his enthusiasm for a Ford US wartime jeep. [S,AD]

Abandoned Engineering

Sunday 22:10 - 23:10

The Desert Pirates: We head to the Tunisian desert to explore a vast chain of ruins that once stood in the way of Allied Victory - until a band of rogue heroes uncovered their weakness. [S,AD]

How To Build A Motor Car

Sunday 23:10 - 00:10

Caterham 7: A unique visit behind the scenes with the small team in Dartford who hand-build the iconic open-top, two-seater Caterham 7 sports car. [S]

Mon Jul 01
Hornby: A Model World

Monday 00:10 - 01:10

Top Ten Models: In this special episode, company staff, enthusiasts and celebrities pick the top ten products and innovations that have most impressed and inspired them across the years. [S,AD]

Hornby: A Model World

Monday 01:10 - 02:00

The FLIRT: Simon and Montana attempt the hard sell at The Dorset Steam Fair, whilst designer Steve takes on the challenge of replicating one of the world's newest trains. [S,AD]

Teleshopping

Monday 02:00 - 05:10

Shopping from Home.

Train Truckers

Monday 05:10 - 06:10

100 Ton Train: A fully restored Class 47 diesel engine is transported from its home at Crewe Heritage Centre in Cheshire to the Ecclesbourne Valley Railway in Derbyshire. [S]

Train Truckers

Monday 06:10 - 07:00

Heavy Haul Train: A CBD80 battery-powered loco needs to be hauled 20 miles from a factory in Burton-on-Trent to the heritage Chasewater Railway in Staffordshire. [S]

Abandoned Engineering

Monday 07:00 - 08:00

Germany's Lost Warship: The Georg Thiele was a technological masterpiece, but now it is a shipwreck, lost to the sea after running aground during a naval battle in WWII. [S,AD]

Abandoned Engineering

Monday 08:00 - 09:00

Lost Highway In The Rainforest: Hidden in the Brazilian jungle is the Petrobras Viaduct, an extraordinary highway that seemingly leads nowhere. Who built it and why? [S,AD]

The World at War

Monday 09:00 - 10:00

Occupation: Hear how the Netherlands lived under Nazi rule for four years and how its people decided where their loyalties lay. Narrated by the late, great Laurence Olivier. [S]

World War Weird

Monday 10:00 - 11:00

The story of Herman Goering's younger brother Albert, who was opposed to Nazism and helped Jews and others escape persecution in Germany, but found himself shunned due to his name. [S]

Great British Railway Journeys

Monday 11:00 - 11:30

East Malling to Rye: Michael Portillo travels from Warwick to Rye in East Sussex. En route he discovers how the Edwardians' attitude towards cultivation bears fruit even now. [S]

Great British Railway Journeys

Monday 11:30 - 12:00

Newcastle to County Durham: Beginning in Jarrow, Michael uncovers the desperation which led 200 men to march 300miles to Westminster in order to petition the Government for work. [S]

Antiques Roadshow

Monday 12:00 - 13:00

Helmingham Hall 3: The team return to Helmingham Hall in Suffolk, where items include a sapphire ring and a sketch by founder of the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides Robert Baden-Powell. [S]

Bangers & Cash

Monday 13:00 - 14:00

A rare 1968 Honda N600 car emerges from a lock up in County Durham and Derek's in Scotland to collect an original RAC Bedford van. [S,AD]

Bangers & Cash

Monday 14:00 - 15:00

Derek collects five beautiful veteran motorbikes from an enthusiast who's still happily riding in his 90s. [S,AD]

The World at War

Monday 15:00 - 16:00

Pincers: Laurence Olivier provides the narration to this World War II retrospective. Hear how 1944 saw the steady disintegration of the German war machine, as the Allies advanced. [S]

World War Weird

Monday 16:00 - 17:00

A daring plan devised in 1943 by the inmates of the Death Camp at Sobibor, as they staged an organised rebellion to fight back against their Nazi oppressors. [S]

Antiques Roadshow

Monday 17:00 - 18:00

Helmingham Hall 3: The team return to Helmingham Hall in Suffolk, where items include a sapphire ring and a sketch by founder of the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides Robert Baden-Powell. [S]

Bangers & Cash

Monday 18:00 - 19:00

Dave's drawn to a Fiat Uno 45 in '1970's beige', with 36,000 miles on the clock. [S,AD]

New: Abandoned Engineering

Monday 19:00 - 20:00

Operation Just Cause: We explore Fort Amador, the site of an American invasion in Panama, and a grisly Polish facility that once caged members of a revolutionary movement. [S,AD]

American History's Biggest...

Monday 20:00 - 21:00

...Fibs with Lucy Worsley. New. The American Revolution: Lucy Worsley explores how American history has been mythologised and manipulated - beginning with the American Revolution. [S]

Bangers & Cash

Monday 21:00 - 22:00

A rare 1968 Honda N600 car emerges from a lock up in County Durham and Derek's in Scotland to collect an original RAC Bedford van. [S,AD]

Abandoned Engineering

Monday 22:00 - 23:00

Germany's Lost Warship: The Georg Thiele was a technological masterpiece, but now it is a shipwreck, lost to the sea after running aground during a naval battle in WWII. [S,AD]

Great British Railway Journeys

Monday 23:00 - 23:30

East Malling to Rye: Michael Portillo travels from Warwick to Rye in East Sussex. En route he discovers how the Edwardians' attitude towards cultivation bears fruit even now. [S]

Great British Railway Journeys

Monday 23:30 - 00:00

Newcastle to County Durham: Beginning in Jarrow, Michael uncovers the desperation which led 200 men to march 300miles to Westminster in order to petition the Government for work. [S]

Tue Jul 02
Train Truckers

Tuesday 00:00 - 01:00

100 Ton Train: A fully restored Class 47 diesel engine is transported from its home at Crewe Heritage Centre in Cheshire to the Ecclesbourne Valley Railway in Derbyshire. [S]

Train Truckers

Tuesday 01:00 - 02:00

Heavy Haul Train: A CBD80 battery-powered loco needs to be hauled 20 miles from a factory in Burton-on-Trent to the heritage Chasewater Railway in Staffordshire. [S]

Teleshopping

Tuesday 02:00 - 05:10

Shopping from Home.

Train Truckers

Tuesday 05:10 - 06:10

GWR Steam Locomotive: In Shropshire a Great Western Railway 'Modified Hall' steam engine and its tender is being taken out of service as it needs a safety inspection. [S]

Train Truckers

Tuesday 06:10 - 07:00

WW2 Steam Train: A cherished wartime iron workhorse needs to be hauled 160 miles from the Churnet Valley Railway in Staffordshire to a winter extravaganza in Oxfordshire. [S]

Abandoned Engineering

Tuesday 07:00 - 08:00

The Desert Ghost Fleet: The programme looks at a mysterious group of rusting ships stranded in an arid desert, and a monstrous defensive line on the snow-covered peaks of the Italian Alps. [S,AD]

Abandoned Engineering

Tuesday 08:00 - 09:00

The Underwater Prison: An abandoned prison beneath the water, a tunnel in the heart of a mountain, concrete towers hidden in the woods and a rusting coastal relic. [S,AD]

The World at War

Tuesday 09:00 - 10:00

Pincers: Laurence Olivier provides the narration to this World War II retrospective. Hear how 1944 saw the steady disintegration of the German war machine, as the Allies advanced. [S]

World War Weird

Tuesday 10:00 - 11:00

A daring plan devised in 1943 by the inmates of the Death Camp at Sobibor, as they staged an organised rebellion to fight back against their Nazi oppressors. [S]

Great British Railway Journeys

Tuesday 11:00 - 11:30

Kielder Forest to Edinburgh: Michael Portillo is in Northumbria, discovering what lay behind a national initiative to plant one of the largest manmade woodlands in Europe. [S]

Great British Railway Journeys

Tuesday 11:30 - 12:00

Falkirk to Dundee: Michael Portillo reaches the Westerglen Transmitting Station in Falkirk, before visiting Gleneagles and Berry Town on route to the city of Dundee. [S]

Antiques Roadshow

Tuesday 12:00 - 13:00

Abbey Pumping Station 1: Fiona Bruce visits Leicester's Museum of Science and Technology. Mark Hill examines an abandoned sculpture and Richard Price values a clock. [S]

Bangers & Cash

Tuesday 13:00 - 14:00

A rare and much-loved 1964 Ford Capri Consul coupe comes up for auction. Paul takes a 1957 Leyland Comet truck for a spin, and Dave admits that high on his wish-list is a Citroen 2CV. [S,AD]

Bangers & Cash

Tuesday 14:00 - 15:00

Derek and Paul are off to Leeds on a rare father and son road trip to pick up a VW Cabriolet and a Lotus Elite. [S,AD]

The World at War

Tuesday 15:00 - 16:00

Genocide: How did Heinrich Himmler plan to realise Hitler's vision of a pure Aryan Germany? Actor Laurence Olivier explains as he narrates the acclaimed documentary series about WWII. [S]

Secret Nazi Bases

Tuesday 16:00 - 17:00

Guernsey: Hitler's Island Madness: Uncovering hidden structures built by the Nazis. The first edition focuses on Guernsey, which Hitler occupied and fortified over the course of five years. [S]

Antiques Roadshow

Tuesday 17:00 - 18:00

Abbey Pumping Station 1: Fiona Bruce visits Leicester's Museum of Science and Technology. Mark Hill examines an abandoned sculpture and Richard Price values a clock. [S]

Bangers & Cash

Tuesday 18:00 - 19:00

Paul hits the road to collect an old navy ambulance that served its time as a holiday camper. [S,AD]

New: Secrets of the London Underground

Tuesday 19:00 - 20:00

Earls Court: Tim Dunn and Siddy Holloway explore Earl's Court station where the old and the modern sit side by side. [AD]

Bangers & Cash

Tuesday 20:00 - 21:00

A rusty 1970 Fiat 500 goes under the hammer - Derek reckons it's the kind of vehicle that is so iconic that it has to be saved. [S,AD]

Bangers & Cash

Tuesday 21:00 - 22:00

A rare and much-loved 1964 Ford Capri Consul coupe comes up for auction. Paul takes a 1957 Leyland Comet truck for a spin, and Dave admits that high on his wish-list is a Citroen 2CV. [S,AD]

Abandoned Engineering

Tuesday 22:00 - 23:00

The Desert Ghost Fleet: The programme looks at a mysterious group of rusting ships stranded in an arid desert, and a monstrous defensive line on the snow-covered peaks of the Italian Alps. [S,AD]

Great British Railway Journeys

Tuesday 23:00 - 23:30

Kielder Forest to Edinburgh: Michael Portillo is in Northumbria, discovering what lay behind a national initiative to plant one of the largest manmade woodlands in Europe. [S]

Great British Railway Journeys

Tuesday 23:30 - 00:00

Falkirk to Dundee: Michael Portillo reaches the Westerglen Transmitting Station in Falkirk, before visiting Gleneagles and Berry Town on route to the city of Dundee. [S]