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Timewatch is a long running television series produced by the BBC. It presents a broad range of historical investigations focusing forgotten events or forgotten aspects of major events. Recent programmes have includes "The Black Pharaohs" and "Slave Island - New York's Hidden History." The Timewatch brandname is used as a banner title in the UK, but many of the individual documentaries can be found on US cable channels (like Discovery Times or The_History_Channel_International) without the branding.


External Link: Official Timewatch Homepage (http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/programmes/timewatch/index.shtml) at bbc.co.uk (http://www.bbc.co.uk)


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BBC - History - Timewatch (664 words)
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Timewatch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (113 words)
Timewatch is a long running British television series.
Produced by the BBC, it presents a broad range of historical investigations focusing on forgotten events or forgotten aspects of major events.
Recent programmes have included "The Black Pharaohs" and "Slave Island – New York's Hidden History." The Timewatch brandname is used as a banner title in the UK, but many of the individual documentaries can be found on US cable channels (like Discovery Times or The History Channel International) without the branding.
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