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Yesterday picks up 32 hours of new programming

UKTV's Yesterday channel announced it has acquired six new series and one-offs totaling 32 hours of programming. Among the shows Yesterday picked up were You Must Remember This, a feature showcasing Second World War footage set to the music of the era; Cambridge Spies, a docudrama about the UK's most famous double-agents; Seven Ages Of Rock, a series covering the evolution of rock music since the 1960s; and Ancient Rome: The Rise and Fall Of An Empire, a docudrama series detailing the history of the Roman Empire.
March 23, 2009

UKTV’s Yesterday channel announced it has acquired six new series and one-offs totaling 32 hours of programming. Among the shows Yesterday picked up were You Must Remember This, a feature showcasing Second World War footage set to the music of the era; Cambridge Spies, a docudrama about the UK’s most famous double-agents; Seven Ages Of Rock, a series covering the evolution of rock music since the 1960s; and Ancient Rome: The Rise and Fall Of An Empire, a docudrama series detailing the history of the Roman Empire. See the release for more info.

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