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Upcoming programmes on YESTERDAY

06:00 - Unearthing World War I

Unearthing World War I
06:00 - 07:10
Historian David O'Keefe and film-maker Wayne Abbott examine some of the most well known conflicts of the First World War. In the first of two programmes, the presenters take a trip to Hong Kong to uncover artefacts from old British tunnels and reunite a father and son who have spent 70 years apart. They also investigate the site of the Meuse-Argonne Offensive in 1918(n)
07:10 - Unearthing World War I

Unearthing World War I
07:10 - 08:00
Historian David O'Keefe and film-maker Wayne Abbott focus on the Battle of the Somme in 1916, widely regarded as one of the bloodiest conflicts in history(n)
08:00 - Unearthing World War I

Unearthing World War I
08:00 - 09:00
Historian David O'Keefe and film-maker Wayne Abbott explore the site of the battle of Vimy Ridge, in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region of France(n)
09:00 - David Starkey's Monarchy

David Starkey's Monarchy
09:00 - 10:00
The historian examines the reign of James I, the first king of both England and Scotland. From the outset, the new monarch had little time for Parliament and did what he could to limit its influence. His son Charles I went further, effectively removing the government and ruling alone - but when he needed their help to enforce religious rule on the Scots, the resulting conflict led to civil war(n)
10:00 - David Starkey's Monarchy

David Starkey's Monarchy
10:00 - 11:00
An analysis of the English Civil War, revealing how the country was temporarily transformed into a republic with the execution of Charles I. The historian considers the nature of Oliver Cromwell's rule and how this key period of history altered British perceptions of the monarchy for ever(n)
11:00 - David Starkey's Monarchy

David Starkey's Monarchy
11:00 - 12:00
The historian examines the reign of Charles II, a period that saw the restoration of the English crown's authority through a series of well-executed political manoeuvres and forced the king to overcome the disasters of plague and the Great Fire of London. Charles's 25-year reign avoided the war of past years - allowing the foundation of the world's first modern state to be laid(n)
12:00 - A Tale of Two Sisters

A Tale of Two Sisters
12:00 - 13:00
The tense relationship between suffragette leaders Christabel and Sylvia Pankhurst, who had very different ideas on the struggle for equality(n)
13:00 - A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley

A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley
13:00 - 14:00
An examination of the dark history behind Britain's fascination with murder, beginning with historian and curator Lucy Worsley exploring how notorious killings were transformed into popular entertainment in the first half of the 19th century(n)
14:00 - A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley

A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley
14:00 - 15:00
In the second programme, the historian explores how science and detection influenced the popular culture of murder during Victorian times. Writers including Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins were fascinated by grisly crimes, and the literary genre that came out of it captured the imagination of readers. The presenter also reveals that when Jack the Ripper began his reign of terror in London at the same time Robert Louis Stevenson's Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde was published, the idea of the serial killer was introduced to the British public(n)
15:00 - A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley

A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley
15:00 - 16:00
The historian tells the story of one of the first high-profile killers - Dr Crippen, who was hanged in 1910 for poisoning and dismembering his wife - before turning her attention to the interwar period, when detective fiction reached the peak of its popularity at the hands of authors Agatha Christie and Dorothy L Sayers. After undergoing the elaborate initiation ceremony of the Detection Club, which was set up by a group of British writers in 1930, Lucy considers how Alfred Hitchcock's films and Graham Greene's books eclipsed the traditional murder-mystery story in the depiction of homicide(n)
16:00 - A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley

A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley
16:00 - 17:00
An examination of the dark history behind Britain's fascination with murder, beginning with historian and curator Lucy Worsley exploring how notorious killings were transformed into popular entertainment in the first half of the 19th century(n)
17:00 - A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley

A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley
17:00 - 18:00
In the second programme, the historian explores how science and detection influenced the popular culture of murder during Victorian times. Writers including Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins were fascinated by grisly crimes, and the literary genre that came out of it captured the imagination of readers. The presenter also reveals that when Jack the Ripper began his reign of terror in London at the same time Robert Louis Stevenson's Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde was published, the idea of the serial killer was introduced to the British public(n)
18:00 - A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley

A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley
18:00 - 19:00
The historian tells the story of one of the first high-profile killers - Dr Crippen, who was hanged in 1910 for poisoning and dismembering his wife - before turning her attention to the interwar period, when detective fiction reached the peak of its popularity at the hands of authors Agatha Christie and Dorothy L Sayers. After undergoing the elaborate initiation ceremony of the Detection Club, which was set up by a group of British writers in 1930, Lucy considers how Alfred Hitchcock's films and Graham Greene's books eclipsed the traditional murder-mystery story in the depiction of homicide(n)
19:00 - TOTP2

TOTP2
19:00 - 20:20
Music compilation show celebrating some of the most popular boy bands to have graced TV screens since the 1960s. The programme highlights performances by acts defined by vocal harmonies, synchronised dance-steps and character appeal, including JLS, the Four Tops, the Monkees, Westlife, Village People and Blazin' Squad(n)
20:20 - TOTP2

TOTP2
20:20 - 21:40
A selection of performances by some of the most popular all-girl groups to have appeared on the show, from the pop-soul vocal ensembles of the 1960s to the glamorous bands of the new millennium. Includes songs by the Supremes, Labelle, TLC, Spice Girls, the Pointer Sisters and B*Witched(n)
21:40 - Britpop Now

Britpop Now
21:40 - 22:40
Damon Albarn presents a compilation of live performances originally broadcast in 1995, providing a snapshot of British music in the Britpop era. Featuring Blur, Pulp, Supergrass, Elastica, PJ Harvey, the Boo Radleys, Echobelly, Gene, Sleeper, Menswear, Powder and Marion. Shown as part of Britpop Night(n)
22:40 - World War Weird

World War Weird
22:40 - 23:40
Featuring Churchill's plan to create a giant ship out of ice, ghost planes that fly themselves, and a Nazi treasure hunt(n)
23:40 - Secrets of the Bible

Secrets of the Bible
23:40 - 00:40
Documentary exploring the validity of the Bible's best-known stories. Two different theories about Moses' dramatic parting of the Red Sea are examined. The original Hebrew version of the Bible contains references to a `reed sea' where it is thought the crossing may have occurred(n)
08:00 - Secrets of the Castle with Ruth, Peter and Tom

Secrets of the Castle with Ruth, Peter and Tom
08:00 - 09:00
This edition focuses on the surprisingly colourful world of medieval interior design, with Peter Ginn and Tom Pinfold rendering and lime-washing the inside walls of a guard tower, transforming its dark stone walls into a bright space. Ruth Goodman makes paint and decorates the castle bedchamber using designs based on those recently discovered at an 11th-century church nearby, and Peter gets to grips with the indoor toilets known as garderobes(n)

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