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  1. Anybody remember this from 2003? was one of my favorite TV shows. I've just heard the BBC have made a new series which will air on BBC4 Monday the 12th of December. In the meantime I'm going to try to upload all the past episodes in order. Time Commanders was a series of programmes made by Lion TV for BBC Two that ran for two series from 2003 to 2005. The programme was originally hosted by Eddie Mair and latterly by Richard Hammond, it featured a specially made game engine to reenact historical battles. A team of four contestants would direct the forces on one side. The teams were unfamiliar with computer games, to make sure their gaming skills did not influence their success. Series one Episode 1 The Battle of Trebia. aired on the 4th of September 2003 Carthage (vs Rome) The picture quality is not great as it's taken from an old VHS tape.
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