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History series looking at how the Royal Commission investigates and records Welsh history.
|S01E01||Episode 1||04/11/2008||Huw Edwards and the history detectives discover a lost church, search for the oldest castle gate in Europe and find out how the great engineer Thomas Telford built the highest aqueduct in the UK.|
|S01E02||Episode 2||11/11/2008||The challenges for Huw Edwards and the history detectives include using flash photography to decipher the writing on a ninth century stone pillar, recreating what an iron age fort would have looked like and uncovering an eighteenth century copper works before it disappears beneath a housing development.|
|S01E03||Episode 3||18/11/2008||Huw Edwards and the history detectives find out why a Welsh master carpenter carved his tools into the wood of a Tudor house and why the Romans built a theatre for their troops in the Welsh hills. They also discover an outstanding example of Welsh chapel architecture.|
|S01E04||Episode 4||25/11/2008||Huw Edwards and the history detectives interpret the strange humps and bumps in the Welsh uplands, discover one of the oldest wall paintings in Wales and find out why a chicken shed in mid-Wales has stained glass.|
|S01E05||Episode 5||02/12/2008||Huw Edwards and the history detectives investigate the case of the disappearing house near Holyhead and how it prepared itself for a German invasion during the war. They also search for a lost castle at Portmeirion.|
|S02E01||Episode 1||03/11/2009||Including a look at Stonehenge's link to the Preseli Hills, Swansea's medieval beginnings and bomb-damaged streets, plus the secrets of the highest house in Wales.|
|S02E02||Episode 2||10/11/2009||This episode looks at how laser scanning has brought a totally new dimension to the history of a quarry in North Wales. Plus, the rediscovery of a medieval fish trap in Fishguard harbour and an architect who built his ideal village at Llanfairfechan.|
|S02E03||Episode 3||17/11/2009||Discovering what may be a Roman villa in Mid Wales, uncovering the hidden secrets of a Renaissance ceiling at St David's Cathedral, and observing the preservation of a major sculpture at a leading Welsh college.|
|S02E04||Episode 4||24/11/2009||There's the house that time forgot near Raglan, a visit to the best preserved World War I training trenches at Penally in Pembrokeshire, and a look at new plans to open a visitor centre at Parys Mountain in Anglesey, once the biggest copper mine in the world.|
|S02E05||Episode 5||01/12/2009||The legacy of a Tudor lord who wanted to turn Denbigh into the capital of North Wales is investigated, and there's a visit to a spectacular cliff-top fort in Pembroke to look at how Iron Age people lived close to the edge. Plus, how Cistercian monks created Wales's first multinational sheep business.|
|S03E01||Balson the Butcher||15/01/2014||The first of three documentaries following the bosses of some Britain's oldest family businesses as they go on a journey into their remarkable pasts. Richard Balson's family have been butchers for almost 500 years, since Henry VIII was on the throne. He goes back through centuries of butchery to the origin of the British high street. Along the way he discovers how the Balsons have stayed in the butchery business despite scandal and tragedy.|
|S03E03||Durtnell the Builder||29/01/2014||Alex Durtnell's family have been builders for over 400 years. We follow Alex as he travels back through the centuries and rediscovers the houses his family have built, right back to the reign of Elizabeth I.|
|S03E04||WW1's Forgotten Photographs||13/03/2014||Documentary telling the extraordinary untold story of soldiers' photography in the First World War.|