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November 30, 2007

Two new documentary channels on Top Up TV

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by Lin Freestone

Top Up TV has added programmes from two new documentary channels to its digital terrestrial Anytime service. The History Channel and Crime & Investigation Network programmes will be available on Anytime from Friday 23 November 2007.

The History Channel covers a variety of topics, including ancient history, contemporary history, military history and conflict, and technology and transport. Programs from the channel to be offered on Top Up TV Anytime include Lost Evidence, Disappearing Britain, Decoding the Past, Last Stand of the 300, The Bible Unearthed, and Egyptian Book of the Dead.

Crime & Investigation Network provides a behind-the-scenes look at criminal investigations, probing unexplained mysteries and examining the lives of infamous murderers and outlaws. Among the series and specials from the network to be available on Top Up TV Anytime are: Banged Up Abroad, Cold Case Files, Infamous Murders, Snapped, Zodiac Killer, Life After Death Row, Black Dahlia and Yorkshire Ripper.

The two channels will be available to all subscribers of the Top Up TV Anytime service, which allows programs to be selected and pushed to the Top Up TV+ DTR (digital television recorder) overnight, and are refreshed every week.

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