Britain’s Most Historic Towns – 22 November 2021 – 22/11/2021 – SBS

Alice visits Plymouth where England’s golden age was launched in the Elizabethan era. She visits Buckland Abbey, the magnificent home of Plymouth’s most famous son Sir Francis Drake, but learns that the wealth enjoyed by Drake and his second cousin John Hawkins was earned through piracy and slave trading, carried out with the explicit approval of the crown.

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About Britain’s Most Historic Towns

This show is broadcast on SBS.

About the SBS

The SBS is an Australian free-to-air commercial network, and is one of the five main free-to-air television networks in Australia.

The five main Australian free-to-air commercial networks are:

  • Seven Network
  • Nine Network
  • Network Ten
  • SBS (Special Broadcasting Services)
  • ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

The Seven Network has the following channels that are broadcast: Seven, 7HD, 7TWO, 7Mate, 7flix and the Racing Network.

The Nine Network has the following channels: Nine, 9HD, 9GEM and 9Go.

The Ten Network has the following channels: Ten, Ten HD, One, Eleven and the TV Shopping Network (TVSN).

The ABC has the following channels: ABC, ABC Comedy and ABC ME.

The SBS has the following channels: SBS, SBS HD, SBS Viceland, NITV and the Food Network.

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