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TV Schedule

12:00am
Death in Paradise
S1 E4 - A confession of murder proves problematic for DI Richard Poole and the team when a wife admits to killing her husband, but the body is nowhere to be found.
1:00am
Supernova
S10 E4 - Nikki helps the police with the case of an elderly woman who seems to have been mistreated, while the apparent suicide of a 14 year old brings memories of Leo's daughter to the surface.
3:00am
Murder and the Maiden
S3 E2 - When a high-ranking officer disappears without explanation from an RAAF Base, Phryne is called upon by an old flame to discreetly solve the mystery.
Additional Dates
Fri Oct 12, 4:00am
Sat Nov 17, 3:00am
4:00am
When the Moors Ruled in Europe
E2 - Although nearly all evidence of their occupation was removed by Christians, Bettany Hughes examines the Moors' influences on European life and culture.
S2 E3 - Heidi visits Panama City, a city in the midst of redefining and rebuilding itself.
From 6am to 6pm daily, Knowledge Kids is the destination in BC for an outstanding line-up of high-quality, commercial-free programming for children aged 2-8.
12:00pm
A Safe Harbour
S8 E7 - Two injured harbor seals arrive in the middle of the night with nasty wounds and a vulture that Hope has been nursing for months finally begins to show signs of progress. And an old friend shows up.
Additional Dates
Sat Sep 22, 6:00pm
12:30pm
Roadside Triage
E7 - Peter and Angelika race to rescue two cubs whose mother was hit by a car, but a surprise call sends them on a second rescue mission.
Additional Dates
Sat Sep 22, 6:30pm
1:00pm
Ocean of Energy
S3 E5 - The brothers explore the state-of-the-art technologies being deployed off the coasts of Scotland and Northern Ireland.
1:30pm
Torngat National Park
S1 E7 - Torngat National Park is a land of mountains and polar bears, small glaciers and caribou, where the Inuit hunt, fish and travel, just as aboriginal peoples have for thousands of years.
Additional Dates
Thu Oct 18, 5:00am
Discover the fight against light pollution as amateur astronomers and astrophotographers in British Columbia and Alberta highlight the issues surrounding the disappearing night sky.
S3 E8 - The largest port in Germany, Hamburg is host to a hundred consulates, and cherishes its international character.
Additional Dates
Sun Sep 23, 11:05pm
Mon Sep 24, 3:05am
E3 - Examines the physical attributes that make an animal a top predator, from the great African crowned eagle, to the pistol shrimp.
5:00pm
Knights of the Road - The Highwayman's Story
E1 - Historian Sam Willis reveals the tale of the most glamorous, romanticized and glorified outlaw of them all - the highwayman.
6:00pm
A Safe Harbour
S8 E7 - Two injured harbor seals arrive in the middle of the night with nasty wounds and a vulture that Hope has been nursing for months finally begins to show signs of progress. And an old friend shows up.
6:30pm
Roadside Triage
E7 - Peter and Angelika race to rescue two cubs whose mother was hit by a car, but a surprise call sends them on a second rescue mission.
7:00pm
Endless Blue
E3 - Many animals that live in the ocean must go to great lengths to survive.
8:00pm
Tender Loving Care
S11 E2 - The team investigate the unsolved murder of young doctor Lydia Dryden.
Additional Dates
Sun Oct 14, 3:00am
On air
9:00pm
Death by Persuasion
S19 E5 - DCI Barnaby and DS Winter crash a Jane Austen-themed fantasy camp after a participant is found murdered on the grounds.
Additional Dates
Sun Sep 23, 12:00am
10:30pm
Bay of Fundy With Thaddeus Holownia
S5 E5 - Thaddeus Holownia travels around New Brunswick and Nova Scotia's Bay of Fundy to photograph the dynamic tides, subtle marshlands, and luminous mudflats of the region.
Additional Dates
Sun Sep 23, 1:30am
11:00pm
Lake Ontario
S3 E10 - From high above the roar of Niagara Falls, we begin an aerial journey east, above the waters of Lake Ontario, the Greater Toronto Area and the wonders of Thousand Islands National park.
Additional Dates
Sun Sep 23, 2:00am
Sun Sep 23, 2:00pm
12:00am
Death by Persuasion
S19 E5 - DCI Barnaby and DS Winter crash a Jane Austen-themed fantasy camp after a participant is found murdered on the grounds.
1:30am
Bay of Fundy With Thaddeus Holownia
S5 E5 - Thaddeus Holownia travels around New Brunswick and Nova Scotia's Bay of Fundy to photograph the dynamic tides, subtle marshlands, and luminous mudflats of the region.
2:00am
Lake Ontario
S3 E10 - From high above the roar of Niagara Falls, we begin an aerial journey east, above the waters of Lake Ontario, the Greater Toronto Area and the wonders of Thousand Islands National park.
Additional Dates
Sun Sep 23, 2:00pm
3:00am
Tunnel Revolution
E2 - Dan Cruickshank follows the work of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the brilliant engineer of great originality who designed the Great Western Railway and the first transatlantic steamer.
4:00am
The Search for the Scream
S1 E4 - Unravels the extraordinary story behind the theft of Edvard Munch's masterpiece, The Scream.
Additional Dates
Fri Oct 19, 2:00am
5:00am
Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia
S1 E4 - A journey along Nova Scotia's Bay of Fundy coastline is a geological marvel rising from the sea - from Cape D'Or and Cape Split to the wonders of Five Islands.
From 6am to 6pm daily, Knowledge Kids is the destination in BC for an outstanding line-up of high-quality, commercial-free programming for children aged 2-8.
12:00pm
Giants of San Benedicto
S1 E3 - Socorro Island, located off the West coast of Mexico, is home to some very intriguing residents, giant manta rays. Their unusual behavior and surprising intelligence are examined more closely.
1:00pm
Socorro Islands, Mexico
E2 - A remote and spectacular haven for marine life in the wild-blue waters of the eastern Pacific, the Socorro Islands are a tiny volcanic archipelago and are considered a must for undersea explorers.
2:00pm
Lake Ontario
S3 E10 - From high above the roar of Niagara Falls, we begin an aerial journey east, above the waters of Lake Ontario, the Greater Toronto Area and the wonders of Thousand Islands National park.
Conductor Kazuki Yamada, l'Orchestre du Capitole and French cellist Edgar Moreau come together in a stunning performance of Saint-Saens, Ravel and Escaich.
Additional Dates
Wed Sep 26, 3:00am
Conductor Sir Simon Rattle leads pianist Joaquin Achicarro and the Berliner Philharmoniker as they perform works by Manuel de Falla's "Nights in the Gardens of Spain".
Additional Dates
Wed Sep 26, 4:30am
E3 - David Olusoga reveals how Queen Victoria came to have a black goddaughter and why the mill workers of Rochdale stood in solidarity with enslaved Africans in the American South.
A unique population of mountain goats live where few other creatures dare, along the vertical walls of Canada's "Grand Canyon" in northwestern BC.
E4 - Superpowers are not limited to superheroes. Some animals can see, hear and smell better than any other, and relative to their size are the fastest and strongest creatures on the planet.
Additional Dates
Sat Sep 29, 4:00pm
8:00pm
Arcadia
S3 E2 - When a young housewife dies, seemingly of the same mysterious tummy bug that has sickened half the police force, Morse's investigation leads him to an inner-city supermarket.
Additional Dates
Mon Sep 24, 12:00am
9:35pm
Maiden Castle
E4 - Bettany and Ben visit Maiden Castle in Dorset, where their aerial investigation reveals a story of prehistoric life, death and survival as the Romans invaded Britain.
Additional Dates
Mon Sep 24, 1:35am
10:00pm
Line of Duty
S3 E1 - Police anti-corruption unit AC12 return for another thrilling investigation. Sgt. Danny Waldron and his armed response team shoot dead a hardened criminal, but soon cracks appear in their story.
Additional Dates
Mon Sep 24, 1:55am
S3 E8 - The largest port in Germany, Hamburg is host to a hundred consulates, and cherishes its international character.
Additional Dates
Mon Sep 24, 3:05am
12:00am
Arcadia
S3 E2 - When a young housewife dies, seemingly of the same mysterious tummy bug that has sickened half the police force, Morse's investigation leads him to an inner-city supermarket.
1:35am
Maiden Castle
E4 - Bettany and Ben visit Maiden Castle in Dorset, where their aerial investigation reveals a story of prehistoric life, death and survival as the Romans invaded Britain.
1:55am
Line of Duty
S3 E1 - Police anti-corruption unit AC12 return for another thrilling investigation. Sgt. Danny Waldron and his armed response team shoot dead a hardened criminal, but soon cracks appear in their story.
S3 E8 - The largest port in Germany, Hamburg is host to a hundred consulates, and cherishes its international character.
4:00am
Southern New South Wales
S2 E7 - In Callala Bay, Tim uncovers the life-saving properties of seaweed. On Gabo Island, Emma witnesses a secret method for growing unusual pearls in wild abalone.
5:00am
Vancouver Island Western Coastline
S2 E4 - The western coastline of Vancouver Island is a collection of scenic towns, parks and coastal rainforest.
From 6am to 6pm daily, Knowledge Kids is the destination in BC for an outstanding line-up of high-quality, commercial-free programming for children aged 2-8.
6:00pm
International Seaway
S3 E11 - From the Great Lakes to the historic city of Quebec, we head east on an aerial exploration of the St. Lawrence Seaway.
Additional Dates
Sat Sep 29, 11:00pm
Sun Sep 30, 2:00am
Sun Sep 30, 2:00pm
7:00pm
Eagle Has Flown
S8 E8 - Four squirrels arrive with their tails tangled together, and, after months of rehabilitation, Zak's bald eagle is finally ready to be released.
Additional Dates
Tue Sep 25, 6:00pm
Sat Sep 29, 12:00pm
Sat Sep 29, 6:00pm
7:30pm
The Elusive Ones
E8 - Angelika is exhausted and accidentally leaves a cage door unlocked. When two cubs escape, she must try to get them back. Later, Peter tries to capture a wily wolf.
Additional Dates
Tue Sep 25, 6:30pm
Sat Sep 29, 12:30pm
Sat Sep 29, 6:30pm
E4 - David Olusoga concludes his series with the three African kings who stood up to Empire; an irresistible crooner; race riots in Liverpool, and the shaping of black British identity in the 20th century.
Additional Dates
Sun Sep 30, 5:00pm
9:00pm
African Art
E2 - In West Africa, antique carvings can fetch millions of dollars, but what makes a piece 'authentic' and are they still being made?
Additional Dates
Tue Sep 25, 12:00am
This very personal and poignant film documents filmmaker Robert Linnell's attempt to make sense of his father's death in combat during World War II.
Additional Dates
Fri Sep 28, 11:00pm
11:00pm
E4 - An aerial journey from the historic Cape Cod Canal to Provincetown at the end of the Cape - tracing the outline of one of America's favourite seaside destinations.
12:00am
African Art
E2 - In West Africa, antique carvings can fetch millions of dollars, but what makes a piece 'authentic' and are they still being made?
1:00am
Duty and Honour Part 1
S7 E5 - The discovery of a human hand leads the team to the cover-up of a major incident.
2:00am
Duty and Honour Part 2
S7 E6 - An Iraqi woman proves the key to the unlocking of the case.
3:00am
S1 E2 - Neil explores the fortification to protect 'Fortress Sydney', Brendan Moar examines the Harbour Bridge, and Emma Johnston hunts for tropical fish in Sydney's temperate and diverse harbour.
Additional Dates
Mon Oct 15, 4:00am
Tue Nov 20, 3:00am
4:00am
Secrets of the Castle
E4 - Ruth, Peter and Tom discover the ways in which every aspect of construction at Guedelon Castle requires masons, blacksmiths and carpenters to coordinate their efforts.
Additional Dates
Tue Nov 27, 4:00am
5:00am
Lords of Gravity - Outer Limits
S1 E4 - Thanks to a fleet of advanced spacecraft orbiting around and even landing on Mars, a new portrait of this red planet is emerging. Mars is teetering on the border between a living and a dead world.
5:30am
Tuna Rock Cat
S1 E5 - A legendary all-cat rock band rehearses for an upcoming gig, and a Labrador retriever motivates young patients to be active. We travel to a farm in Essex for a sheep milking contest.
From 6am to 6pm daily, Knowledge Kids is the destination in BC for an outstanding line-up of high-quality, commercial-free programming for children aged 2-8.
6:00pm
Eagle Has Flown
S8 E8 - Four squirrels arrive with their tails tangled together, and, after months of rehabilitation, Zak's bald eagle is finally ready to be released.
Additional Dates
Sat Sep 29, 12:00pm
Sat Sep 29, 6:00pm
6:30pm
The Elusive Ones
E8 - Angelika is exhausted and accidentally leaves a cage door unlocked. When two cubs escape, she must try to get them back. Later, Peter tries to capture a wily wolf.
Additional Dates
Sat Sep 29, 12:30pm
Sat Sep 29, 6:30pm
7:00pm
Bahamas
E3 - The islands of the Bahamas are a stunning nature-lover's paradise spread over more than 100,000 square miles of the Atlantic Ocean and home to the world's third largest barrier reef at 190 miles long.
Additional Dates
Wed Sep 26, 11:00pm
Sun Sep 30, 1:00pm
Jacques Peretti is on a mission to get to the heart of what makes the UK tax haven of Cayman Islands tick - and uncover the unexpected truth about what its existence means for regular taxpayers.
9:00pm
A provocative documentary the demystifies personal and societal risk.
Additional Dates
Wed Sep 26, 12:00am
In this film, Sebastiao Salgado's son documents his father's latest project, a photographic tribute to our planet's beauty.
Additional Dates
Wed Sep 26, 1:00am
A provocative documentary the demystifies personal and societal risk.
In this film, Sebastiao Salgado's son documents his father's latest project, a photographic tribute to our planet's beauty.
Conductor Kazuki Yamada, l'Orchestre du Capitole and French cellist Edgar Moreau come together in a stunning performance of Saint-Saens, Ravel and Escaich.
Conductor Sir Simon Rattle leads pianist Joaquin Achicarro and the Berliner Philharmoniker as they perform works by Manuel de Falla's "Nights in the Gardens of Spain".
5:00am
The Big Thaw
S1 E4 - The Arctic is on the front lines of global climate change and, with rising sea levels, the fate of the world depends on slowing the Big Thaw.
Additional Dates
Sat Nov 3, 1:00pm
5:30am
Intl Trekking Llama
S1 E6 - Inti, the lama, trains for his first-ever trek, and a disabled chihuahua brings joy to kids in Los Angeles. Join Peekaboo, a one-year-old hedgehog as he starts work as a slug-munching pest controller.
From 6am to 6pm daily, Knowledge Kids is the destination in BC for an outstanding line-up of high-quality, commercial-free programming for children aged 2-8.
6:00pm
Cabo Verde Volcano
E3 - Civilization exists because of geological permission and it's revocable at any time. This couldn't be more obvious than in Fogo - where a river of molten lava is slowly engulfing the village of Portela.
6:30pm
The Goby Effect
E3 - Researchers continue to fight for the survival of the Lake Erie Watersnake, a species on the brink of extinction. However, a new source of food could mean the snakes have a future after all.
Additional Dates
Wed Nov 21, 6:30pm
7:00pm
A film by Brandy Yanchyk about the renaissance of paleontology in Canada today and what dinosaurs can teach us about climate change.
Additional Dates
Thu Sep 27, 11:00pm
Sat Sep 29, 2:00pm
8:00pm
The Mekong River with Sue Perkins
E1 - Comedian Sue Perkins goes on an extraordinary journey up the Mekong River. Sue's journey begins in Vietnam where she joins Si Hei, the queen of the noodle.
Additional Dates
Thu Sep 27, 12:00am
9:00pm
Dynasty
S1 E4 - David profiles a medieval superstar, King Henry II, whose dominion stretched from the moors of Scotland to the foothills of the Pyrenees, including more than half of modern France.
Additional Dates
Thu Sep 27, 1:00am
10:00pm
Age of Bronze
E4 - Neil Oliver explores the arrival of metals and the social revolution that ushered in a new age of social mobility, international trade, and village life.
Additional Dates
Thu Sep 27, 2:00am
11:00pm
Bahamas
E3 - The islands of the Bahamas are a stunning nature-lover's paradise spread over more than 100,000 square miles of the Atlantic Ocean and home to the world's third largest barrier reef at 190 miles long.
Additional Dates
Sun Sep 30, 1:00pm
12:00am
The Mekong River with Sue Perkins
E1 - Comedian Sue Perkins goes on an extraordinary journey up the Mekong River. Sue's journey begins in Vietnam where she joins Si Hei, the queen of the noodle.
1:00am
Dynasty
S1 E4 - David profiles a medieval superstar, King Henry II, whose dominion stretched from the moors of Scotland to the foothills of the Pyrenees, including more than half of modern France.
2:00am
Age of Bronze
E4 - Neil Oliver explores the arrival of metals and the social revolution that ushered in a new age of social mobility, international trade, and village life.
3:00am
Peril from the Sea
S7 E4 - Nicholas tells the tale of the Great Storm of 1703, and Dick visits Tiree in the Inner Hebrides. Ian uncovers the fate of hospital ship Rohilla, which ran aground off Whitby in 1914.
Additional Dates
Thu Nov 8, 3:00am
4:00am
Education, Education, Education
S7 E4 - Louisa and Martin have their first therapy session together - though neither of them was expecting that they would be given homework.
Additional Dates
Sat Oct 20, 4:00am
Thu Nov 22, 4:00am
5:00am
Bruce Peninsula
S1 E4 - Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park filled with limestone cliffs, underground streams and 1,000 year old trees form the largest of natural habitats in southern Ontario.
5:30am
Nok Monkey School
S1 E7 - Nok the macaque monkey learns to collect coconuts, and Bingo graduates as a service dog for people with disabilities. Meet Sam, a four-year-old beach donkey as he starts work in Skegness, England.
From 6am to 6pm daily, Knowledge Kids is the destination in BC for an outstanding line-up of high-quality, commercial-free programming for children aged 2-8.
6:00pm
Miracle Venom
S1 E4 - The waters of Papau New Guinea and Australia's Great Barrier Reef harbour an exceptional variety of venomous fish and invertebrates.
Additional Dates
Sun Sep 30, 12:00pm
S3 E9 - New Orleans has a rich cultural heritage, with French and Caribbean roots. Although the Big Easy was hit by hurricanes, it is once again blooming, relying on its legendary strength of character.
Additional Dates
Fri Sep 28, 6:00pm
Sat Sep 29, 3:00pm
Sun Sep 30, 11:05pm
Mon Oct 1, 3:05am
E2 - This episode charts the devastating impact pirates had during an era of colonial expansion, and how they became the most wanted outlaws in the world.
Additional Dates
Sat Sep 29, 5:00pm
This breathtaking film follows the magnificent migrations undertaken by a variety of bird species. The filmmakers used planes, gliders, helicopters and balloons to soar alongside their bird subjects.
Additional Dates
Fri Sep 28, 12:00am
E1 - Explore the Cariboo Gold Rush and the coal mines on Vancouver Island. Take a ride on the great BC steamships and learn about the Fisherman's Strike of 1900.
Additional Dates
Fri Sep 28, 1:30am
A film by Brandy Yanchyk about the renaissance of paleontology in Canada today and what dinosaurs can teach us about climate change.
Additional Dates
Sat Sep 29, 2:00pm
This breathtaking film follows the magnificent migrations undertaken by a variety of bird species. The filmmakers used planes, gliders, helicopters and balloons to soar alongside their bird subjects.
E1 - Explore the Cariboo Gold Rush and the coal mines on Vancouver Island. Take a ride on the great BC steamships and learn about the Fisherman's Strike of 1900.
2:00am
The Big Sting
S1 E1 - The story of two Renoirs and a Rembrandt that were stolen in an armed robbery, and the extraordinary sting organized by the FBI to find the works of art.
3:00am
Extreme Depths
E1 - Deep beneath the ocean floor, power machines repair oil pipelines, encounter bizarre ocean creatures and carry courageous pioneers on a dream dive to the bottom of the sea.
4:00am
Autumn
E4 - The fading sun brings an energy change to Britain and powerful storms batter the shores. The trees go dormant, but not before a final burst of colour.
Additional Dates
Tue Oct 30, 4:00am
S1 E4 - Having completely transformed itself over the last 20 years, Lisbon has become Europe's most cosmopolitan city.
From 6am to 6pm daily, Knowledge Kids is the destination in BC for an outstanding line-up of high-quality, commercial-free programming for children aged 2-8.
S3 E9 - New Orleans has a rich cultural heritage, with French and Caribbean roots. Although the Big Easy was hit by hurricanes, it is once again blooming, relying on its legendary strength of character.
Additional Dates
Sat Sep 29, 3:00pm
Sun Sep 30, 11:05pm
Mon Oct 1, 3:05am
7:00pm
The Birth of Industry
S1 E2 - Tony Robinson walks through the glorious Peak District to uncover how Britain transformed from a nation of farmers into the industrial powerhouse of the world.
8:00pm
Death in Paradise
S1 E5 - A murder investigation becomes more than personal for DI Richard Poole when the victim is murdered while handcuffed to him.
Additional Dates
Sat Sep 29, 12:00am
9:00pm
S10 E5 - A young woman found dead in an animal shelter appears to have been posed and police information suggests she may have been the victim of an animal rights activist group.
Additional Dates
Sat Sep 29, 1:00am
This very personal and poignant film documents filmmaker Robert Linnell's attempt to make sense of his father's death in combat during World War II.