3.30 p.m. |HINT| What the Romans Did for Us
Adam Hart-Davis rediscovers the innovations and inventions the
Romans brought to Britain. The Romans are known for their dead-
straight roads that still crisscross the countryside. Using ancient
surveying tools, Adam discovers how they constructed their roads with
such precision over such long distances. The Romans came to Britain
to exploit the natural resources, including Welsh gold. Adam
discovers the evidence that reveals their dramatic mining techniques.
He tests out a giant water wheel, made to a Roman design, which
prevented flooding in the mines.

5.00 p.m. |SCI| What the Ancients Knew: The Romans
Backed by the legions, military and engineering skills, the Romans
built one of the largest empires in human history. Technology helped
shape the ancient world and reverberates in our western lifestyle and
amenities today.

6.00 p.m. |HINT| The Odyssey of Troy
What is it about the legendary city that more than 3,000 years after
its fall, we still try to unravel Troy's mysteries? Scholars attempt
to answer the question by researching the Greek poet Homer, possibly
one of the greatest poets in Western Europe's history, and his epic
tale of love and war, and comparing his text to archaeological sites.

8.00 p.m. |HISTC| Atlantis: New Revelations
The story of the fabled continent of Atlantis is one of the most
enduring legends of all time. Penned by Plato, Atlantis was described
as a perfect society - peaceful, artistic, and technologically
advanced -- but it was destroyed in a cataclysm that literally
drowned the continent. Is Atlantis a myth, or is the story based in
fact? Could Atlantis still be waiting to be discovered? In this 2-
hour special, Josh goes on an exclusive Digging for the Truth
expedition off the coast of Crete in the Mediterranean Sea in search
of Atlantis. He also walks in the footsteps of Plato in Greece, dives
the blue waters of the Mediterranean to discover strange new ruins,
and examines both seismic and volcanic activity throughout the

9.00 p.m. |HISTU| Rome's Hidden Empire
Rome is a city where the past meets the present on every corner. A
secret cult practiced right next to the Circus Maximus, and their
temple still remains beneath the street. The famous Piazza Navona
sits on top of Domitian's Stadium. Pieces of Trajan's Basilica can be
found under a gallery owned by fashion dynasty Fendi. Rome's
underground is filled with evidence of life during the Empire. Join
host Eric Geller as he discovers what life was like during Nero's
tyranny and Augustus' reforms and reveals the technological marvels
that allowed the construction of one city upon another--literally.