ANST - HISTORY CHANNEL PRIMETIME PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE
burkemc at ionet.net
Thu Jul 31 21:55:36 PDT 1997
Got this off of another kingdoms list. Looks like some interesting shows.
> AUGUST 1997
> THE HISTORY CHANNEL PRIMETIME PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE
> NOTE: We are listing both EASTERN TIME/PACIFIC TIME.
> We are also listing individual television ratings. Note: [NR] = Not
> Rated, news-related program.
> Monday 8/4
> 8:00/5:00 Armada. The Last Crusade, Part 1. In 1588, Spanish King
> Philip II unleashed his Catholic navy against Protestant England. If the
> Armada had succeeded, would the Reformation have failed? Experts
> from Spain and England, recent discoveries from Spanish archives, and
> excavations of Armada shipwrecks reevaluate the event. [TV G]
> Tuesday 8/5
> 8:00/5:00 Armada. The Floating Fortress, Part 2. Beginning with the
> sighting of the Armada in the Channel, Part 2 looks through 16th-century
> English eyes on the impending disaster, focusing on battle preparations
> and encounters between the two fleets. Marine archaeology offers a
> controversial theory about why the Spanish lost the battle. [TV G]
> Wednesday 8/6
> 8:00/5:00 Armada. The Scattering, Part 3. "God blew and they scattered",
> boasted an English victory medal. For mighty Spain, the defeat by the
> then minor piratical English state was psychologically devastating.
> uced by Ronald Reagan. [TV G]
> xamination of the weather offer a fresh look at this Spanish tragedy.
> Conclusion. [TV G]
> Sunday 8/17
> 9:00/6:00 Decisive Weapons. The Longbow/The Bayonet. Facing an
> army of 40,000 French soldiers, Henry V's tiny and exhausted force
> seem to have a chance. Then, on October 25, 1415, he attacked with his
> secret weapon: the armor-piercing longbow. Also featured: the primitive
> little blade that built a mighty British empire. [TV G]
> Tuesday 8/26
> 9:00/6:00 The Great Ships. The Viking Ships. Adorned with dragonheads
> and filled with some of the fiercest men on earth, they inspired dread
> throughout the Dark Ages. Dramatic recreations and sophisticated
> computer simulations give us an on-board view of these ingenious raider
> craft. [TV G]
In Service to the Dream
Sir Burke Kyriell MacDonald
Kingdom of Ansteorra
mka. Burke McCrory
burkemc at ionet.net
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