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Days That Shook the World

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2009-07-16 03:10:00
Hiroshima: Documentary recalling 6 August 1945, when the atom bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, with testimony from American colonel Paul Tibbets and people caught in the blast.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2009-07-16 02:10:00
Hiroshima: Documentary recalling 6 August 1945, when the atom bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, with testimony from American colonel Paul Tibbets and people caught in the blast.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2009-07-15 19:00:00
Hiroshima: Documentary recalling 6 August 1945, when the atom bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, with testimony from American colonel Paul Tibbets and people caught in the blast.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2008-05-27 02:30:00
Sound Barrier, Water Speed Record: Part of the Kings of Speed. A look at Chuck Yeager's first supersonic flight in 1947 and Donald Campbell's 1967 attempt to become the fastest man on water.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2008-05-27 01:30:00
Sound Barrier, Water Speed Record: Part of the Kings of Speed. A look at Chuck Yeager's first supersonic flight in 1947 and Donald Campbell's 1967 attempt to become the fastest man on water.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2008-05-26 19:00:00
Sound Barrier, Water Speed Record: Part of the Kings of Speed. A look at Chuck Yeager's first supersonic flight in 1947 and Donald Campbell's 1967 attempt to become the fastest man on water.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2006-03-06 01:05:00
First Man on the Moon: It is July 20th 1969 and in Houston, Texas, man is about to take his first steps on the moon. A gripping account of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing, a key day in human history.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2006-02-27 20:30:00
First Man on the Moon: It is July 20th 1969 and man is about to take his first steps on the moon. A gripping account of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing, a key day in human history. Part of Moon Night.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2006-02-20 20:30:00
The Boston Tea Party: The story of an act of vandalism that sparked a revolution when, on 16 December 1773, a group of American 'patriots' raided a ship in Boston harbour.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2006-02-14 01:45:00
The Hitler Diaries: On 24 April 1983, The Sunday Times went to press with its biggest-ever scoop: the previously unseen diaries of Adolph Hitler. But there was a problem: they were fakes.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2006-02-13 20:30:00
The Hitler Diaries: On 24 April 1983, The Sunday Times went to press with its biggest-ever scoop: the previously unseen diaries of Adolph Hitler. But there was a problem: they were fakes.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2006-02-07 01:10:00
War of the Worlds: BBC FOUR remembers the night, in 1938, when the US public was sent into a mass panic, triggered by Orson Welles' broadcast of The War of the Worlds, by HG Wells.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2006-02-06 20:30:00
War of the Worlds: BBC FOUR remembers the night, in 1938, when the US public was sent into a mass panic, triggered by Orson Welles' broadcast of The War of the Worlds, by HG Wells.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2006-01-30 20:30:00
The St Valentine's Day Massacre: Documentary casting new light on one of the most famous mob slayings in history, when, on 14 February 1929, Al Capone ordered a hit on his rival, George Moran.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2006-01-23 20:30:00
Gunfight at the OK Corral: On 26th October 1881, 30 shots rang out in 30 seconds in Tombstone, Arizona, and the most enduring legend of Wild West folklore was born.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Two at 2006-01-23 00:50:00
The Fastest Man on Water: On 4th January 1967, after 64 days of foul weather and mechanical failures, Donald Campbell made his water-speed record attempt. Then tragedy struck.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2006-01-16 20:30:00
Burgess and Maclean: The story of Burgess and Maclean's dramatic flight from the west, and the end of the Soviet Union's most valuable spy network.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Two at 2006-01-15 00:55:00
Marconi/Concorde: Two technological breakthroughs that resonated around the world with Marconi's successful electric wave test in 1901 and Concorde's supersonic test flight to NYC in 1977.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2006-01-10 03:35:00
The Execution of the Rosenbergs: Sentenced for passing atomic secrets to the Soviets, the Rosenbergs' crime is described by their judge as 'worse than murder', and there is to be no reprieve.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2006-01-09 20:30:00
The Execution of the Rosenbergs: Sentenced for passing atomic secrets to the Soviets, the Rosenbergs' crime is described by their judge as 'worse than murder', and there is to be no reprieve.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2005-09-20 00:45:00
Cold War Spies: Among all the espionage and intrigue during the Cold War, two events remain etched in the memory: the shooting down of a US spy plane and spies being traded on a Berlin bridge.

> Days That Shook the World on BBC Four at 2005-09-19 18:00:00
Cold War Spies: Among all the espionage and intrigue during the Cold War, two events remain etched in the memory: the shooting down of a US spy plane and spies being traded on a Berlin bridge.

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