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Health before the NHS: The Road to Recovery

1. Timeshift: Series 12, Health before the NHS: The Road to Recovery

In the early 20th century, getting treated for illness was rudimentary, risky and costly.

Health before the NHS: A Medical Revolution

2. Timeshift: Series 12, Health before the NHS: A Medical Revolution

The transformation of the hospital from Victorian workhouse to modern centre of medicine.

Klezmer

3. Timeshift: Series 12, Klezmer

Michael Grade narrates the story of the Jewish folk music known as klezmer.

Magnificent Machines: The Golden Age of the British Sports Car

4. Timeshift: Series 12, Magnificent Machines: The Golden Age of the British Sports Car

How iconic British marques like Jaguar and MG helped to democratise speed and glamour.

The British Army of the Rhine

5. Timeshift: Series 12, The British Army of the Rhine

The story of British servicemen who had to make Germany home in the decades after WWII.

When Wrestling was Golden: Grapples, Grunts and Grannies

6. Timeshift: Series 12, When Wrestling was Golden: Grapples, Grunts and Grannies

A look back to the time when British professional wrestling attracted huge TV audiences.

The Joy of (Train) Sets

7. Timeshift: Series 12, The Joy of (Train) Sets

The Model Railway Story: How the British have always been in love with model railways.

Eyes Down! The Story of Bingo

8. Timeshift: Series 12, Eyes Down! The Story of Bingo

How a loophole in gambling legislation led to the huge popularity of high street bingo.

Everybody was Kung Fu Fighting: The Rise of Martial Arts in Britain

9. Timeshift: Series 12, Everybody was Kung Fu Fighting: The Rise of Martial Arts in Britain

Documentary looking at Britain's long and illustrious involvement with the martial arts.

How To Be A Lady: An Elegant History

10. Timeshift: Series 12, How To Be A Lady: An Elegant History

Rachel Johnson goes in search of what seems an almost vanished social type - the lady.