Antiques with Royal History | The Great Antiques Map of Britain | Full Episode | History Documentary

Antiques with Royal History | The Great Antiques Map of Britain | Full Episode | History Documentary

Although Bakewell’s history is steeped in agriculture, the industrial revolutions had an enormous impact. The antiques and collectables emanating from this rich and varied past place it firmly on the Great Antiques Map of Britain. Tim Wonnacott visits the Bakewell Food Festival in the heart of the glorious Derbyshire Peak District, where locals have brought along their fascinating objects, including Victorian baking tins used by the alleged inventor of the famous Bakewell puddings and antique wall brackets bought from the illustrious Chatsworth House estate. Tim goes deep underground in search of the precious mineral Blue John, which is unique to the area, and investigates the story of a man who revolutionised fishing in the grounds of Haddon Hall.

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The True Stories of the Tornado Rampage in 2011 | Full Documentary | Reel Truth History

The True Stories of the Tornado Rampage in 2011 | Full Documentary | Reel Truth History

Tornado Rampage 2011 finds the people who were pulled into the raging tornadoes and tells their stories first-hand, with remarkable and terrifying video footage they shot in the heat of the storm. Discovery Channel’s ‘Stormchaser’ Reed Timmer joins the hunt on the 27 April, tracking down the twisters as they form – with exclusive pictures of their progress across Alabama and Mississippi states.

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Winston CHURCHILL’s Vase | The Great Antiques Map of Britain | Full Episode | History Documentary

Winston CHURCHILL's Vase | The Great Antiques Map of Britain | Full Episode | History Documentary

Worcester proves to have an intriguing past and plenty of interesting antiques when Tim Wonnacott pitches up at a flea market and collectors fair. Local resident and antiques expert Philip Serrell drops in to show Tim some rare books about Worcester, while other locals bring such fascinating objects including a handwritten letter from Elgar and a Royal Worcester piece made especially for Winston Churchill. Tim views a collection of mechanical music machines that have never been filmed before and finds out about the antique bells that ring in Worcester Cathedral.

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Andrea Yates v The State: Murder Trial (Crimes of the Century) | History Documentary | Full Episode

Andrea Yates v The State: Murder Trial (Crimes of the Century) | History Documentary | Full Episode

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Crimes of the Century looks at the case of Texas woman Andrea Yates killed her five children by drowning them one by one in a bathtub. A media circus ensues at her trial. She is initially sent to prison for life, but is later found not guilty by reason of insanity.

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When Did The Modern World Start?

When Did The Modern World Start?

In this video we ask, quite simply: In what year did the modern world begin?

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