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OU on the BBC: Timewatch - More Timewatch programmes

Updated Thursday 20th December 2007

Between 2006 and 2009, The Open University joined with the BBC history flagship Timewatch to uncover the past in more depth.

Tournament melee Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: BBC The episodes of Timewatch co-produced with The Open University covered a wide range of periods, and took a number of different approaches. Learn more about the individual programmes.

First broadcast: Friday 20 Jan 2006 on BBC TWO

 

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