2/3 Historian Dan Snow sniffs out the rotten story of the French revolution. (R)
3/8 The team tackle the conditions in late 1940, when British cities were heavily bombed. (R)
BBC One Northern Ireland
3/8 Charting the spiritual revolutions that shook the world between 300 BC and 700 AD. (R)
BBC One except Scotland
9/10 Paul Martin travels to Wales to meet master weaver Stuart Neil.
4/10 John's tour involves sampling the wares of a Hampshire brewing town. (R)
7/8 The team face the conditions of 1944, when fields were full of troops preparing for D-Day.
3/6 How Hitler found himself at war with Britain, a country whose achievements he admired. (R)
3/3 Ian Hislop takes a look at the ups and downs of the stiff upper lip since World War I. (R)
David Reynolds asks why Britain spent much of the war fighting in north Africa and Italy. (R)
4/8 Andrew reaches the Middle Ages, when Vikings explored and pillaged. (R)
Friday 19 October 2012