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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2005 12:32 pm    Post subject: Egypt on TV - March Reply with quote

Sorry, I'm a little late.

Egypt on TV March

Monday, March 14 @ 1am ET/PT
The Biography Channel
Agatha Christie's Poirot: Death on the Nile.

David Suchet is back as Hercule Poirot, the brilliant Belgian sleuth created by legendary mystery writer Agatha Christie. Poirot heads to Egypt for a cruise and meets beautiful and rich Linnet Doyle, the girl with everything--including the man her best friend loves. Soon there's danger and death on the Nile. The cast includes James Fox, Judy Parfitt, Emma Malin, Emily Blunt, Daisy Donovan, Steve Pemberton, David Soul, and Frances de la Tour. Shot on location in Egypt and the United Kingdom.

Monday, March 14 @ 10pm ET/PT
The History Channel
Mummy: The Inside Story

In an incredible investigation that uncovers the inside story of how the British Museum in London resurrected an Egyptian mummy in cyberspace, we begin in the museum basement and end where no one has gone before. Egyptologist John Taylor and a team of virtual reality experts from computer giant SGI transformed the mummified body of Nesperennub--an ancient Egyptian priest--into the world's first virtual mummy. From a set of 1500 CAT scans, they created a 3-D model of the mummy that could be "unwrapped" in the computer. The stunning stereoscopic images reveal Nesperennub's body in amazing clarity--and exactly like the embalmers left it in 800 BC! By going under the wraps of Nesperennub, we journey into the life and times of this ancient Egyptian.
Airs again: Tuesday, March 15 @ 2am ET/PT


Monday, March 14 @ 11pm ET/PT
The History Channel
Flying Pyramids Soaring Stones

How did the ancient Egyptians build the pyramids and lift obelisks? These spectacular feats of engineering defy explanation. Theories about ropes, ramps, ingenuity, and brute force abound. Even aliens have been credited. But no definitive answer to this enigma exists. Now, an extraordinary new theory is being tested. Expert sailors, Egyptians used wind power on the Nile. Could they also harness the power of the wind on land and use land sails, or kites, to help lift heavy stones?
Airs again: Tuesday, March 15 @ 3am ET/PT

Thursday, March 17 @ 10am ET/PT
The History International Channel
International Profile: Ramses the Great

Renowned as one of Egypt's greatest rulers, his 67-year reign gave rise to the Ramses myth. Yet, his legend includes responsibility for the Exodus. Benevolent or brutal? We'll examine his possible political motives.
Airs again: Thu, March 17 @ 3pm ET


Sunday, March 20 @ 10am ET/PT
The Biography Channel
Expedition Egypt: Egypt's Great Queen

A fascinating profile of Hatshepsut, who became female pharaoh of Egypt 3,000 years ago. The males who followed her reign did everything in their power to obliterate her name from history.


Monday, March 21 @ 9am ET/PT
The History International Channel
El Canal de Historia: Cleopatra: Destiny's Queen

She was Egypt's greatest queen, but not a drop of Egyptian blood flowed through her veins. The Romans regarded her as a dangerous seductress, but for almost half of her adult life she remained celibate. Travel through time to ancient Alexandria as we profile this exceptional woman who used all her talent to become one of the most feared rulers of her time.

Monday, March 21, 2005, at 7P ET
The National Geographic Channel
Return of the Mummy


Monday, March 21, 2005, at 10P ET
The National Geographic Channel
Curses of Ancient Egypt

Also airs: Tuesday, March 22, 1:00A
Saturday, March 26, 4:00P
Monday, March 28, 2:00P
Saturday, April 2, 5:00P

Monday, Mar 21 2005 @ 09:00 PM ET
The Science Channel
Seven Wonders of Ancient Egypt

The ancient Egyptians showed the world how boundless ambition and vast quantities of human labor could transform rock and stone into the most incredible monuments ever created. Meet the pharaohs, engineers and laborers who built the wonders of Egypt.
Airs again: Mar 22 2005 @ 12:00 AM , 5:00 AM, 8:00 AM, 1:00 PM, 4:00 PM
Tuesday, March 22, 2005, at 7P ET
The National Geographic Channel
Ancient Tomb Robbers
Also airs: Wednesday, March 23, 2:00A
Thursday, April 28, 6:00P

Tuesday, March 22, 2005, at 8P
The National Geographic Channel
Egypt's Warrior King

Also airs: Tuesday, March 22, 11P
Saturday, May 14, 9:00P

Tuesday, March 22, 2005, at 9P
The National Geographic Channel
Into the Great Pyramid

Join Dr. Zahi Hawass as he unravels the mystery of both how the Great Pyramid of Giza was built, and who executed the awe-inspiring enterprise
Also airs: Wednesday, March 23, 12A
Thursday, May 12, 7:00P

Wednesday, March 23 @ 9am ET/PT
The History International Channel

El Canal de Historia: Lost Treasures of the Alexandria Library
Alexander the Great's general, Ptolemy the First, not only took over Egypt becoming pharaoh, but founded the famous Alexandria Library. Once housing the largest collection of books assembled in the world, no trace of it exists today. Who was responsible for its destruction, and what texts and secrets were forever lost in its rubble? (In Spanish, no subtitles.)

Wednesday Mar 23 2005 @ 08:00 PM ET
Discovery Times Channel
The Assassination of King Tut

Did King Tut's gleaming death mask hide an ancient homicide? Dead since 1323 B.C. and hastily mummified, Egypt's boy king lay in an unfinished tomb until its 1922 discovery. Modern forensics sheds light on what caused the blows to the King's skull.
Airs again: Mar 23 2005 @ 11:00 PM,
Mar 24 2005 @ 4:00 AM, 7:00 AM, 12:00 PM, 3:00 PM

Wednesday, March 23 @ 11pm ET/PT
The History International Channel
History Explorer: Lost Civilizations
Ancient Egypt: Quest for Immortality

Beneath the sands of Egypt in 1922, Howard Carter prepares to breach the final barrier between the modern world and the most coveted prize in archaeology--the tomb of the Boy-King, Tutankhamun, intact and untouched for thousands of years. Join us as we probe the enduring legacy of the pharaohs in this Emmy Award-winning series narrated by Sam Waterston. Features dramatic reenactments, location footage, and recent archaeological discoveries to help reconstruct the ancient past.
Airs again: Thu, March 24 @ 3am

Thursday, March 24 @ 2pm ET/PT
The History International Channel
Ancient Almanac
The Greatest Pharaohs, Pt. 1
A chronicle of the legendary rulers of ancient Egypt and the immense monuments they built to their own greatness. Their wonders include the Great Pyramid of Giza, the temples of Karnak and Luxor, and the treasures of King Tut.
Airs again: Thu, March 24 @ 2pm, 7pm
Fri, March 25 @ 7am

Saturday, March 26, 2005, at 4P ET
The National Geographic Channel
Curses of Ancient Egypt
Also airs:
Monday, March 28, 2:00P
Saturday, April 2, 5:00P

Mar 30 2005 @ 07:00 PM
Discovery Times Channel
Napoleon's Obsession: Quest for Egypt

In a plot to conquer Egypt, Napoleon set sail with 17,000 troops, 700 horses and 150 scientists. Though his conquest failed, research of the scientists that accompanied him gave birth to modern archeology and Egyptology.
Airs again: Mar 31 2005 @ 03:00 AM, 11:00 AM
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2005 7:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for telling us what programs are airing this month, Neb-Ma'at-Re!
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2005 9:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is incredibly useful, kudos, Neb-Ma'at-Re. *Sets schedule for Ramses one*
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 15, 2005 7:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

*sigh* I can't watch my favorite pharaoh! Crying or Very sad I don't have History International. Probably will get all those extra channels when I settle in a new home.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2005 12:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm going to record it....maybe I could send it to you. Wink
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