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History TV18 airing two new shows in Jan

MUMBAI: Infotainment broadcaster History TV18 is premiering two new shows, ‘Family Trade’ and ‘Barbarians Rising’, in January.

‘Family Trade’ started airing from 16 January. It will screen every Monday and Tuesday, at 9 pm.

The show will feature the shop’s daily interaction with its customers, who bring in a variety of items that can be resold in order to receive a down payment on the vehicle they are leasing or purchasing.

Premiering on 28 January, ‘Barbarians Rising’ will air on the weekends at 9 pm. The show will replace the channel’s existing show ‘The Bible’. From 30 January, ‘The Bible’ will be aired at 4 pm, Monday–Friday.

‘Barbarians Rising’ narrates the saga of the rise and fall of the Roman Empire from the perspective of the barbarian leaders who brought it down. The eight-part series details the 700-year battle to bring down one of the world’s strongest empires.

History TV18 will showcase a special documentary titled ‘Between Gandhi and Hitler’ on 23 January at 8 pm, as a special on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s birth anniversary. The documentary chronicles the life of the charismatic Indian freedom fighter Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.

The channel has also launched a new season of ‘Pawn Stars’, which is being aired at 10 pm, from Monday to Friday.