Monty treks one of the toughest and most famous trails out of Nazi occupied France, taking him through the valleys and passes of the Pyrenees mountain range and into Spain. His route was part of an escape network that began in Paris and would have been fraught with danger - from German soldiers, the Vichy police, local informers, and the mountains themselves. We also meet Bob Frost, who, aged just 19, made the treacherous crossing, and hear remarkable stories of bravery and defiance from the local people, who used their knowledge of the mountains to lead thousands like Bob to safety.
Monty travels to Rossano in Northern Italy, a gathering point for escaped POWs after the Italian armistice and the start of the Operation Galia exfiltration. His journey takes him over precipitous ridges of the Marble Mountains and through the formidable Gothic Line, following the route the SAS took after their successful mission.
Tony Robinson explains the parts of the Magna Carta which have become cornerstones of the legal system.
As Qantas celebrates 100 years of service in Australia, BtN looks at the history of commercial air travel in Australia.
Do you know the story of the original Santa Claus? Thousands of years ago there was a man who inspired the Santa Claus we know today who brings presents to children all around the world every Christmas.
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