7.00 p.m. |DTC| Alexander the Great: Murder Unsolved Unravel one of the strangest mysteries of ancient times, the suspicious death of history's most extraordinary leader, Alexander the Great. Experts attempt to decipher if his early death at age 32 was caused by disease, excessive drinking or even murder.

8.00 p.m. |DTC| Trojan Horse An ancient story tells of a mighty Greek armada of a thousand ships that sailed across the Mediterranean Sea to wage war on Troy. Bent on vengeance for the abduction of Helen by the Trojan prince Paris, the Greeks lay siege to the great city.

9.00 p.m. |SCI| Athens Athens was at the height of its power 2500 years ago. In addition to creating the concept of democracy, the people erected great monuments including the Acropolis. Today the Acropolis is under reconstruction revealing secrets from its ancient past.

10.00 p.m. |DTC| First Olympian Witness the spectacular world of the Olympics in 500 BC. The skeletal remains of Ikkos, the athlete Taranto, were studied to piece together the lifestyle of the earliest Olympic athletes. Find out how the first Olympians trained, lived and worshipped.

10.00 p.m. |SCI| Seven Wonders of Ancient Greece The ancient Greeks built the first theatres, staged the first sports events and worshipped in some of the most spectacular temples ever built. From prehistoric palaces to bold symbols of victory, explore the wonders of this ancient civilization.

DTC = Discovery Times Channel

SCI = Science Channel