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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Who Killed Tutankhamun?

9 October 2002

Season 1, Episode 2: The Brits Who Fought for Hitler

16 October 2002

Mark Halliley ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
John Amery ... Himself - British Fascist and Member of British Free Corps (archive footage)
Joseph Goebbels ... Himself (archive footage)
Adrian Weale ... Himself, historian
James Clarke ... Himself - Broadcaster, Germany Calling

Adolf Hitler ... Himself (archive footage)
Richard Wilson ... Himself, prisoner of war 1940-1945
Eric Pleasants ... Himself, ex-British Free Corps (archive footage)
David Greenhaugh ... Himself, son of a British Free Corps member
Hans Werner Roepke ... Himself, former captain Waffen SS
Joachim Dammann ... Himself
Elfriede Keuntje ... Herself
Robert Chipchase ... Himself, ex-British Free Corps
Werner Zollter ... Himself, former lieutenant Waffen SS

Season 1, Episode 3: The First Pompeii

23 October 2002

Season 1, Episode 4: Dambusters

29 October 2002

Season 1, Episode 5: Was Hitler Gay?

5 November 2002

Season 1, Episode 6: The Hindenburg Mystery

19 November 2002

Season 1, Episode 7: The True Curse of the Mummy

3 January 2003

Season 1, Episode 8: Abba's Greatest Secret

27 March 2003
Telling the extraordinary story of ABBA star Frida Lyngstad, who was an illegitimate child of a Nazi officer stationed in Norway. Including how she was reunited with the father she thought died in the war.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Who Killed Marilyn Monroe?

1 October 2003


Denis Lawson ... Himself - Narrator (voice)

Suzie Kennedy ... Marilyn Monroe
Robert Forrest ... Himself (as Prof. Robert Forrest)
Lynn Franklin ... Himself
Joe Hyams ... Himself
Michael Selsman ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 2: Jason and the Argonauts

8 October 2003

Season 2, Episode 3: Alexander the Great's Mysterious Death

22 October 2003

Season 2, Episode 4: The Bridge Over the River Kwai

25 December 2003
Documentary in which engineer Bashar Altabba looks at the building of the Thai-Burma railway during World War II. Besides the engineering side it also covers the appalling treatment and conditions of the Allied prisoners of war who forced to construct the railway line by the Japanese. Includes interviews with some of the survivors.

Season 2, Episode 5: The True Gladiators

10 March 2004

Season 2, Episode 6: The Great Escape

17 March 2004

Larry Babits ... Himself - Archaeologist
Alan Bryett ... Himself - RAF Bomb Aimer
Charles Huppert ... Himself - USAAF Pilot
Jimmy James ... Himself - RAF Pilot
David Jones ... Himself (as Davey Jones)
Jack Lyon ... Himself - RAF Navigator

Geoffrey Palmer ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Istvan Szori ... Adolf Eichmann

Season 2, Episode 7: The Curse of the Titanic Sisters

24 March 2004


Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Who Killed Cleopatra?

12 December 2004

Season 3, Episode 2: Secrets of the Sphinx

14 December 2004

Season 3, Episode 3: Bad Boys of the Blitz

3 May 2005


Zoë Wanamaker ... Herself - Narrator (voice)
Percy Burgess ... Himself - Scotland Yard Flying Squad
Frankie Fraser ... Himself
Roy Hill ... Himself
Spud Murphy ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 4: The Hunt for Hitler's Scientists

10 May 2005

Paul Brightwell ... Narrator
Robert Furman ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 5: The Battle for Hitler's Supership

6 June 2005

Helen Austin ... Actor
Ian Carnegie ... Actor
Marcus Churchill ... Wing Commander
Sarah Evetts ... Actor
Andrea Ewing ... Actor
Lincoln Fraser ... Actor
Piers Gibbon ... Himself - Narrator
Matt Harley ... Actor
Robert Hobson ... Actor

Graham Hornsby ... Actor
Wolf Kahler ... Actor
Tony Lewis ... Actor
Alex Rendell ... Actor
Liam Shinkwin ... Actor

Lisa Stuart ... Actor (as Elisabeth Stuart)
Billy Young ... Actor

Season 3, Episode 8: The Secret D-Day Disaster

20 March 2012
An investigation into a training exercise off the South Devon coast in the run-up to D-Day in 1944 and the subsequent cover-up that followed.

Season 3, Episode 9: Nazi Temple of Doom

30 August 2012
Revealed examines the case of the Chiemsee Cauldron a large gold cauldron found at the bottom of a German lake. It appearance suggests an ancient artifact, but closer investigation reveals it to be a modern relic that may have links to a secret Nazi SS cult.

Shaun Dooley ... Narrator (voice)
Axel Effner ... Himself - Local Journalist
Andrew Gough ... Himself - Journalist
Kai Schmidt ... Himself - Dealer in Celtic Art
Peter Northover ... Himself - Metallurgist, University of Oxford (as Dr. Peter Northover)
Adrian Weale ... Himself - Military Historian & Author
Peter Longerich ... Himself - Author, Heinrich Himmler: A Life (as Prof. Peter Longerich)
Chris Going ... Himself - Military Historian & Archaeologist
Maximilian Heiden ... Himself - Managing Director, Heiden Goldsmiths & Jewellers
Kristen John-Stucke ... Herself - Director, Kreismuseum Wewelsburg
Agnes Butner ... Herself - Wewelsburg Resident

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Hannibal of the Alps

8 November 2005


Tamer Hassan ... Hannibal

Colin Salmon ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Gregory Daly ... Himself
Adrian Goldsworthy ... Himself (as Dr Adrian Goldsworthy)
Ross Leckie ... Himself
Philip Matyszak ... Himself (as Dr Philip Matyszak)
Barry Strauss ... Himself (as Prof. Barry Strauss)

Season 4, Episode 2: Franklin's Lost Expedition

15 November 2005

Season 4, Episode 3: Boudica's Treasure

22 November 2005

Season 4, Episode 4: The Da Vinci Code Myth

29 November 2005

Season 4, Episode 5: Secrets of the Dating Agency

6 December 2005

Season 4, Episode 6: The Man Behind the Da Vinci Code

10 May 2006


John Shrapnel ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Peter Barber ... Himself - British Library
Jim Bennett ... Himself - Museum of the History of Science, Oxford (as Dr Jim Bennett)
Christopher Cornford ... Himself (archive footage)
Ed Danson ... Himself - Surveyor & Historian of Surveying
Brian Ford ... Himself - Research Scientist & Author (as Prof. Brian Ford)
Erling Haagensen ... Himself - Co-author: The Templars' Secret Island
Henry Lincoln ... Himself - Co-Author: The Holy Blood & The Holy Grail
Sharan Newman ... Herself - Author: The Real History Behind the Da Vinci Code
Helen Nicholson ... Herself - Author: The Knights Templar (as Dr Helen Nicholson)
John Edwin Wood ... Himself - Co-Author: The Treasure of Rennes-Le-Château

Season 4, Episode 7: The Umbrella Assassin

17 May 2006


Toby Stephens ... Narrator (voice)
Bernard Riley ... Himself - Doctor
David Phillips ... Himself - Friend of Georgi Markov
Lyuben Markov ... Himself - Cousin of Georgi Markov
Dimitar Botschev ... Himself
Rufus Crompton ... Himself - Pathologist
Christopher Green ... Himself - CIA Analyst
Robin Keeley ... Himself - Senior Forensic Scientist
Vladimir Kostov ... Himself - Bulgarian Defector
Keith Melton ... Himself - Expert on Clandestine Devices and Equipment
John Hamilton ... Himself - Journalist
Bogdan Karayotov ... Himself - Criminal Investigator
Ole Damkjær ... Himself - Journalist
Andrey Tsvetanov ... Himself - Criminal Investigator

Season 4, Episode 8: How England Won the World Cup

31 May 2006

Season 4, Episode 9: When M&S Lost Its Billions

7 June 2006

Season 4, Episode 10: The Secret Life of Elizabeth I

14 June 2006


Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: The Plot to Kill JFK: The Cuban Connection

24 October 2006

Season 5, Episode 2: Jack the Ripper: The First Serial Killer

21 November 2006

Stephen Rashbrook ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Peter Dean ... Himself - Forensic Medical Examiner (as Dr. Peter Dean)
John Grieve ... Himself - Former Commander, Metropolitan Police
Laura Richards ... Herself - Violent Crime Directorate, New Scotland Yard
Kim Rossmo ... Himself (as Dr. Kim Rossmo)
Donald Rumbelow ... Himself - Crime Historian
Neal Shelden ... Himself
Wendy Jeffries ... Elizabeth Stride (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: Hitler's Private World

28 November 2006
A professional lip reader, aided by modern technology, reveals what Hitler is saying in the silent home movies Eva Braun took of him.
Gerrard McArthur ... Narrator (voice)

Adolf Hitler ... Himself (archive footage)
Eva Braun ... Herself (archive footage)
Raye Farr ... Herself - Archive Director - Holocaust Museum Washington
W. David Lewis ... Himself - Author - 'The Man Who Invented Hitler' (as Dr. David Lewis)
Joseph Goebbels ... Himself (archive footage)
Epping Jaeger ... Herself - Vocal Expert (as Dr. Epping Jaeger)
Richard Evans ... Himself - Professor of Modern History - Cambridge University (as Richard J. Evans)
Heinrich Hoffmann ... Himself (archive footage)
Timothy Ryback ... Himself - Harvard University (as Dr. Timothy Ryback)
Peter York ... Himself - Author - 'Dictator's Homes'
Salvatori Paolini ... Himself - Berghoff Waiter
Albert Speer ... Himself (archive footage)
Joachim von Ribbentrop ... Himself (archive footage)
Heinrich Himmler ... Himself (archive footage)
Reinhard Heydrich ... Himself (archive footage)
Karl Wolff ... Himself (archive footage)
Hermann Göring ... Himself (archive footage)
Michael Brooke ... Himself - Speech Recognition Expert (as Dr. Michael Brooke)
Frank Hubner ... Himself - Speech Recognition Expert
Robert Rietty ... Himself - Dubbing Director (as Sir Robert Rietti)
Gustaf Mannerheim ... Himself (archive footage)
Martin Adolf Bormann ... Himself - Child Playing with Adolph Hitler (archive footage)
Gitta Schneider ... Herself - Child Playing with Adolph Hitler (archive footage)
Armin D. Lehmann ... Himself - Member if Hitler Youth 1943-1945 (as Armin Lehmann)
Gretl Braun ... Herself (archive footage) (unconfirmed)
Hugh Holman ... Nazi Officer
Herta Schneider ... Herself (archive footage) (unconfirmed)
Risto Ryti ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: Secrets of Lost Fighter Pilots

5 December 2006

Season 5, Episode 5: JFK's Women: The Scandals

12 December 2006
This is a documentary exploring historical events relating to former U.S. President John F. Kennedy and his extramarital, intimate relationships with some very notable women, including Marilyn Monroe. Highly credible sources cast a very different light on the very popular former President. This documentary does not allege sexual "obsession", but it certainly presents a strong and credible case for the former President's sexual promiscuity.

Bernard Hill ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Bobby Baker ... Himself
G. Robert Blakey ... Himself (as Professor G. Robert Blakey)
Guido Deiro ... Himself (as Count Guido Deiro)
Cartha D. 'Deke' Deloach ... Himself (as Cartha DeLoach)
Stephen Dorril ... Himself
Lawrence Newman ... Himself (as Larry Newman)
Gus Russo ... Himself
Anthony Summers ... Himself
Inga Arvad ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Judith Campbell Exner ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Fidel Castro ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Annabel Cleare ... Judith Campbell (uncredited)

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Sam Giancana ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Lyndon Johnson ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Christine Keeler ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Jacqueline Kennedy ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

John F. Kennedy ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Joseph P. Kennedy ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Robert F. Kennedy ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Rose Kennedy ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Nikita Khrushchev ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Arthur Miller ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Marilyn Monroe ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
P. Kenneth O'Donnell ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Muireann Price ... Reconstruction extra (uncredited)
John Profumo ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Frank Sinatra ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Stephen Ward ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: Myra Hindley: The Prison Years

19 December 2006


Annie Hulley ... Herself - Narrator (voice)
Nikki Blake ... Herself - Fellow Inmate
Carole Callaghan ... Herself - Fellow Inmate
Joe Chapman ... Himself - Prison Counsellor
Ian Fairley ... Himself - Detective Constable, Cheshire Constabulary
Michael Fisher ... Himself - Hindley's Solicitor
Winnie Johnson ... Herself - Keith Bennett's Mother
Michael Teader ... Himself - Priest (as Father Michael Teader)
Peter Timms ... Himself - Prison Counsellor (as Rev. Peter Timms)
Sarah Trevelyan ... Herself - Prison Visitor (also archive footage)
Sandra Wilkinson ... Herself - Police Secretary, Cheshire Constabulary

Season 5, Episode 7: Mao's Bloody Revolution

24 May 2007

Season 5, Episode 8: Mussolini: The Rise of Italian Fascism

3 July 2007


Bill Paterson ... Himself - Narrator (voice)

Season 5, Episode 9: Egypt's Lost Tomb

10 July 2007

Stephen Rashbrook ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Heather Alexander ... Herself
Mansour Boraik ... Himself
Edwin Brock ... Himself
Earl Ertman ... Himself (as Prof. Earl Ertman)

Zahi Hawass ... Himself (as Dr Zahi Hawass)
Salima Ikram ... Herself (as Dr Salima Ikram)
Nadia Lokma ... Herself (as Nadia Lukma)
Otto Schaden ... Himself (as Dr Otto Schaden)
Elise van Rooij ... Herself

Season 5, Episode 10: Charles and Diana: The Wedding

31 July 2007


Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: The Real Dick Turpin

4 September 2007

Paul Britton ... Himself - Consultant Psychologist
David Daker ... Captain Nathan Spiker (archive footage)
John O'Connor ... Himself - Ex Flying Squad Commander
Richard O'Sullivan ... Dick Turpin (archive footage)
Donald Rumbelow ... Himself - Crime Historian
James Sharpe ... Himself - Historian (as Prof. James Sharpe)

Season 6, Episode 2: The Aztec Massacre

11 September 2007

Season 6, Episode 3: The Great Olympic Drug Scandal

4 September 2007


Erich Redman ... Doctor

Season 6, Episode 4: Auschwitz: The Great Escape

25 September 2007
Using breathtaking drama reconstruction and shocking archive, this film tells the story of Rudolf Vrba. In 1944 he escaped from Auschwitz, trekked across occupied Poland evading recapture and stunned the world with the horrific truth. His heroic efforts saved the lives of 600,000 Hungarian Jews. Filmed on location in Hungary.

Sean Pertwee ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Yehuda Bauer ... Himself (as Professor Yehuda Bauer)
David Cesarani ... Himself (as Professor David Cesarani)
Martin Gilbert ... Himself (as Sir Martin Gilbert)
Georg Klein ... Himself (as Professor Georg Klein)
Freddie Knoller ... Himself
Otto Pressburger ... Himself
Gerta Sidonova ... Herself
Oliver Simor ... Charles Unglicht (uncredited)
Istvan Szori ... Adolf Eichmann (uncredited)
Attila Varadi ... Kastner (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 5: The Captain Bligh Conspiracy

2 October 2007

Mark Arundel ... Himself
Glynn Christian ... Himself

Kevin Howarth ... James Morrison

Christopher Sciueref ... Edward Christian

Andrew Slade ... Romily
Leigh Stevenson ... Sailor (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 6: The Yorkshire Ripper: Mind of a Killer

16 October 2007


Annie Hulley ... Narrator (voice)
Tracy Browne ... Herself (as Tracey Browne)
Nigel Eastman ... Himself (as Prof. Nigel Eastman)
Dave Edmondson ... Himself (as Det Insp Dave Edmondson)
Alan Foster ... Himself
Ted Geary ... Himself
Ronald Gregory ... Himself (archive footage)
Keith Hellawell ... Himself
Sandra Lester ... Herself
Wilf MacDonald ... Himself (archive footage)
Harry Ognall ... Himself (as Sir Harry Ognall)
George Oldfield ... Himself (archive footage)
Carl Sutcliffe ... Himself
David Yallop ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 7: The Family That Defied Hitler

23 October 2007


Maureen Lipman ... Herself - Narrator (voice)
Antonieta ... Herself (as Sister Antonieta)
Roger Moorhouse ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 8: Tutankhamun: Secrets of the Boy King

30 October 2007


Ed Stoppard ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
George Edward Stanhope Molyneux Herbert 5th Earl of Carnarvon ... Himself (archive footage) (as Lord Carnarvon)
Robert Connolly ... Himself (as Dr. Robert Connolly)
Melinda Hartwig ... Herself (as Dr. Melinda Hartwig)

Zahi Hawass ... Himself (as Dr. Zahi Hawass)
Nigel Hepper ... Himself
George Herbert ... Himself (as 8th Earl of Carnarvon)
Salima Ikram ... Herself (as Dr. Salima Ikram)
Barry Kemp ... Himself (as Prof. Barry Kemp)
Nadia Lokma ... Herself (as Dr. Nadia Lokma)
Lise Manniche ... Herself (as Dr. Lise Manniche)
Gillian Vogelsang Eastwood ... Herself (as Dr. Gillian Vogelsang Eastwood)

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Last of the Dambusters

17 June 2008


Stephen Fry ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
George 'Johnny' Johnson ... Himself - Bomb Aimer, Dambusters (as Johnny Johnson)
Albert Rodinger ... Himself - Eyewitness
Simon Parry ... Himself - Aviation Archaelogist
Alex Bateman ... Himself - Lancaster Expert
Carl Buecher ... Himself - Eyewitness, Sorpe Dam
Fritz Wortmann ... Himself - Eyewitness, Sorpe Dam
Marianne Bortlesmann ... Herself - Local Resident
Gunther Bortlesmann ... Himself - Local Resident
Hans Doerwald ... Himself - Former Member of Hitler Youth
Richard Suehling ... Himself - Museum Guide
Hubert Beckmann ... Himself - Eyewitness
Karl Heinz Wilmes ... Himself - Eyewitness, Moehne Dam
Franz Mueller ... Himself - Moehne Dam Survivor

Season 7, Episode 2: Legend of the Crystal Skulls

24 June 2008

Dominic Frisby ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Anthony Conforti ... Himself
Norman Hammond ... Himself (as Professor Norman Hammond)
Bill Homann ... Himself
Yves le Fur ... Himself
Colin McEwan ... Himself (as Dr. Colin McEwan)
Jeffrey Post ... Himself (as Professor Jeffrey Post)
Andrew Rankin ... Himself (as Professor Andrew Rankin)
Margaret Sax ... Herself
Joshua Shapiro ... Himself
Jane Walsh ... Herself (as Dr Jane Walsh)
Carole Wilson ... Herself
Anna Mitchell-Hedges ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 3: Was Crippen Innocent?

1 July 2008

Piers Gibbon ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
James Patrick Crippen ... Himself
David R. Foran ... Himself (as Dr. David R. Foran)
Andrew Rose ... Himself
John Trestrail ... Himself

Season 7, Episode 4: Camilla's Family Affair

8 July 2008


Nigel Havers ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Andrew Cook ... Himself - Historian
Raymond Lamont-Brown ... Himself - Alice Keppel Biographer
Steven Parissien ... Himself - Historian
Diana Souhami ... Herself - Alice Keppel Biographer
Marek Sykora ... Himself - Curator
Kate Williams ... Herself - Historian
Christopher Wilson ... Himself - Royal Biographer

Season 7, Episode 5: Hitler's Secret Bunkers

15 July 2008

Jamie Lee ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Anthony Beevor ... Himself (as Antony Beevor)
Elke Dittrich ... Herself (as Dr Elke Dittrich)
Michael Foedrowitz ... Himself
Joseph Goebbels ... Himself (archive footage) (as Josef Goebbels)

Adolf Hitler ... Himself (archive footage)
Reiner Janick ... Himself
Sascha Keil ... Himself
Günter Schubbel ... Himself

Season 7, Episode 6: Riddle of the Romanovs

22 July 2008

Richard Hawley ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Michael Coble ... Himself (as Dr Michael Coble)
Andrew Cook ... Himself
Anthony Falsetti ... Himself (as Dr Anthony Falsetti)
Gregg King ... Himself
Peter Sarandinaki ... Himself
Lucy Egerton ... Princess Marie (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 7: Sex and the Neanderthals

29 July 2008


Anthony Flanagan ... Himself - Narrator (voice)

Miltos Yerolemou ... Actor
Joe Palermo ... Actor
Kadie Savage ... Actor

David Al-Fahmi ... Actor (as David Olufemi)

Emilio Doorgasingh ... Actor
Sebastian Gonzalez ... Actor
Oliver Parham ... Actor
Chris Myle ... Actor

Stacha Hicks ... Actor
Katerina Harvati ... Herself
John Hawks ... Himself
Trenton Holliday ... Himself
Johannes Krause ... Himself
Jakov Radovcic ... Himself
Jonathan Rothberg ... Himself
Marie Soressi ... Herself
Ian Tattersall ... Himself
Erik Trinkaus ... Himself
João Zilhão ... Himself

Season 7, Episode 8: The Ghosts of the Mary Rose

5 August 2008
The Mary Rose was almost unique in that human remains were found scattered though out the ship. A group scientists work to try and identify these remains and understand their roll on board ship.
Hugh Montgomery ... Himself - Narrator
Lynne Bell ... Herself - Forensic Anthropologist (as Dr Lynne Bell)
Christopher Dobbs ... Himself - Maritime Archaeologist, Mary Rose Trust
Rose Drew ... Herself - Osteoarchaeologist
Dominic Fontana ... Himself - University of Portsmouth
Fares Haddad ... Himself - Orthopaedic Surgeon
Colin Herriett ... Himself - Star Gun Company
Alex Hildred ... Herself - Maritime Archaeologist
Colin McKewan ... Himself - Mary Rose Diver
Richard Neave ... Himself - Forensic Artist
Lesley Runnalls ... Herself - Mary Rose Diver
Ann Stirland ... Herself - Osteoarchaeologist (as Dr Ann Stirland)
Steve Stratton ... Himself - Bowyer
Mark Stretton ... Himself - Warbow Archer

Season 7, Episode 9: Margaret the Tabloid Princess

12 August 2008


Philip Jackson ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Ray Bellisario ... Himself (archive footage)
Reginald Davis ... Himself - Royal Photographer
Anne de Courcy ... Herself - Lord Snowdon's Biographer
Anne Glenconner ... Herself - Friend and Former Lady-In-Waiting
Howard Greenman ... Himself
Roy Greenslade ... Himself - Former Daily Mirror Editor
Adam Helliker ... Himself - Sunday Express Diarist
Derek Jameson ... Himself - Former Fleet Street Editor
Dai Llewellyn ... Himself
Giles Townsend ... Himself
Christopher Warwick ... Himself - Princess Margaret's Biographer
John Welch ... Himself
James Whitaker ... Himself - Royal Reporter
Christopher Wilson ... Himself

Princess Diana ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Princess Margaret ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Queen Elizabeth II ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Lord Snowdon ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 10: Julius Caesar and the Druids

19 August 2008

Jamie Lee ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Margaret Cox ... Herself - Cranfield University (as Prof. Margaret Cox)
Philip Crummy ... Himself - Colchester Archaeological Trust
Gérard Fercoq du Leslay ... Himself - Ribemont-sur-ancre Archaeological Centre
Miranda Green ... Herself - Cardiff University (as Prof. Miranda Aldhouse-Green)
David Hardwick ... Himself - Hades Caving Club
Mark Horton ... Himself - University of Bristol (as Dr Mark Horton)
Mike Pitts ... Himself - Archaeologist
Jack Randell ... Himself - Hades Caving Club

Season 7, Episode 11: The Mystery of the Mary Celeste

13 November 2008

Mark Halliley ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Tom Aldrich ... Himself
Celeste Fowles ... Herself
Brian Hicks ... Himself
Bob McQuillan ... Himself
Roger Musson ... Himself (as Dr. Roger Musson)
Andrea Sella ... Himself (as Dr. Andrea Sella)
James Walters ... Himself
Eigel Wiese ... Himself
Richard Woodman ... Himself
Michael Thyx ... Captain Benjamin Briggs (uncredited)

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: Jack the Ripper: Tabloid Killer

24 June 2009


Michelle Collins ... Herself - Narrator (voice)
Martin Brunt ... Himself
Andrew Cook ... Himself - Historian (as Dr Andrew Cook)
Stewart Evans ... Himself - Crime Historian
Christopher Frayling ... Himself - Cultural Historian
Eddie Gachegua ... Himself
Kelvin Mackenzie ... Himself
Elaine Quigley ... Herself
Donald Rumbelow ... Himself - Crime Historian
Matthew Sweet ... Himself - Writer and Historian
Kate Williams ... Herself - Historian (as Dr Kate Williams)

Season 8, Episode 2: The Da Vinci Shroud

1 July 2009


Sean Pertwee ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Nicholas Allen ... Himself - Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (as Prof. Nicholas Allen)
Emily Craig ... Herself - Forensic Anthropologist (as Dr Emily Craig)
Jonathan Nelson ... Himself - Syracuse University, Florence (as Prof. Jonathan Nelson)
Lynn Picknett ... Herself - Co-Author:
Clive Prince ... Himself - Co-Author:
Lillian Schwartz ... Herself - School of Visual Arts New York & OSU (as Lillian F. Schwartz)
Barrie Schwortz ... Himself - STURP Photographer (as Barrie M. Schwortz)
Larissa Tracy ... Herself - Longwood University (as Prof. Larissa Tracy)
Frederick Zugibe ... Himself - Forensic Pathologist (as Dr Fred Zugibe)

Season 8, Episode 3: The Real Goldfinger

9 July 2009


Honor Blackman ... Herself - Narrator (voice)

Sean Connery ... James Bond (archive footage)
Andrew Cook ... Himself - Author of 'MI5's First Spymaster' (as Dr Andrew Cook)
Thomas Hennessy ... Himself - Co-Author of 'Spooks: The Unofficial History of MI5' (as Dr. Thomas Hennessy)
Andrew Lycett ... Himself - Ian Fleming's Biographer
Michael Smith ... Himself - Author of 'The Spying Game'
Claire Thomas ... Herself - Co-Author of 'Spooks: The Unofficial History of MI5'

Season 8, Episode 4: Britain's Nazi King

16 July 2009
According to research, mainly from FBI files, British king Edward's abdication was not exactly the price for marriage to twice-divorced American Wallis Simpson, an outrage, especially for the royal head of the Anglican church. It was a convenient excuse for the British government to remove a royal prince who, from before his ascension to the throne end even during the Second World War, let his Nazi sympathies prevail on patriotism, making him a spy for Berlin, mainly trough Von Ribbentrop. Hitler hoped to restore Edward as a satellite pawn after militarily conquering Britain.

Jack Davenport ... Himself - Narrator (voice)

Tom Carter ... Edward VIII
Hannah Young ... Wallis Simpson

Tom Bonington ... Fulton Oursler
Sarah Bradford ... Herself - Author of 'George VI & Elizabeth'
Duchess of Windsor ... Herself (archive footage)
Duke of Windsor ... Himself (archive footage)
Frank Giles ... Himself - Former Editor of the Sunday Times

Stephen Haynes ... Bedaux / Special Branch

Adolf Hitler ... Himself (archive footage)
King George V ... Himself (archive footage)

Robert Macpherson ... Philips (as Robert MacPherson)
John Julius Norwich ... Himself
Jonathan Petropoulos ... Himself - Author of 'Royals and the Reich' (as Professor Jonathan Petropoulos)
Andrew Roberts ... Himself - Historian

Franklin D. Roosevelt ... Himself (archive footage) (as Franklin Delano Roosevelt)
Toby Spearpoint ... Count Zech
Victoria Strachan ... Mrs Barnes
William Ward ... Himself (as Earl of Dudley)
Jason Welsh ... Special Branch Police Officer

Season 8, Episode 5: Headshrinkers of the Amazon

23 July 2009

Piers Gibbon ... Himself - Presenter
Edmundo Bielawski ... Himself (archive footage)
Rick Bielawski ... Himself - Bielawski's Son
Roman Moncayo ... Himself
Nataly Orbe ... Herself - Museum Curator

Season 8, Episode 6: Blackbeard's Last Stand

30 July 2009


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Goering's Last Secret

4 January 2011
This is the story of how Albert Goering, the younger brother of Hitler's right hand man, Herman, worked tirelessly to right the wrongs of his brother.

Hermione Norris ... Narrator

The Great Train Robber's Secret Tapes

23 August 2011

Ronald Biggs ... Himself (archive sound) (as Ronnie Biggs)
Michael Brunson ... Himself
John Humphrys ... Himself
Colin Mackenzie ... Himself

Timothy Spall ... Himself - Narrator (voice)

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