While excavating France’s Dordogne Valley, the time machine, a new invention of a team of scientific researchers, accidentally sends archaeologist Edward Johnston back to the 14th century… and he lands in the midst of the fierce Hundred Years’ War between France and England. Johnston’s only chance of rescue is in the hands of his son Chris, his assistant and some of his students, who need to make the same treacherous route. But the intrepid travelers have only eight hours to roam the hostile and devastated territory and save the teacher, before he gets lost in history forever.

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  • Daily Run Down 06/27/2013: Evening Edition

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  • Daily Run Down: 06/16/2013: Historical Edition

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    • In 1139, Emperor Konoe of Japan is born.
    • In 1487, The Battle of Stoke Field, the final engagement of the War of the Roses, begins.
    • In 1514, English Scholar John Cheke is born.
    • In 1644, Princess Henrietta of England is born.
    • In 1723, Scottish Philosopher and economist, Adam Smith, is born.
    • In 1745, British troops take Cape Breton Island.
    • In 1749, Italian Salt Trader Johann Baptista Ruffini dies.
    • In 1774, Harrodsburg, Kentucky is founded.
    • In 1795, The First Battle of Groix, also known as ‘Cornwallis’ Retreat’ begins.
    • In 1813, German archaeologist, Otto Jahn is born.
    • In 1829, Native American leader Geronimo is born.
    • In 1836, The formation of the London Working Men’s Association occurs.
    • In 1858, Abraham Lincoln delivers his House Divided speech.
    • In 1883, The Victoria Hall Theatre panic occurs killing 183 children.
    • In 1888, Russian physicist and mathematician Alexander Friedmann is born.
    • In 1891, John Abbott becomes Canada’s third Prime Minister.
    • In 1903, The Ford Motor Company is incorporated.
    • In 1911, The Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company, later known as IBM, is founded.
    • In 1933, The National Industrial Recovery Act is passed.
    • In 1970, English mathematician and geophysicist Sydney Chapman dies.
    • In 1977, German-American rocket scientist Werner von Braun dies.
    • In 1994, American singer-songwriter, and part of the “27 Club”, Kristen Pfaff dies.
    • In 2010, Bhutan becomes the first country to institute a total ban on tobacco.
    • In 2012, American financial journalist Dan Dorfman dies.
     

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  • Daily Run Down 06/04/2013: Evening Edition

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  • Daily Run Down 05/27/2013: Morning Edition

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  • Daily Run Down: 05/19/2013: Historical Edition

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    • In 988, Dunstan, Archbishop of Canterbury, dies.
    • In 1536, Anne Boleyn, Second wife of Henry VIII is beheaded.
    • In 1586, Queen Elizabeth I orders the arrest of Mary, Queen of Scots.
    • In 1749, King George II of Great Britain grants a charter to the Ohio Company for land around the forks of the Ohio River.
    • In 1773, Arthur Aikin, English mineralogist, is born.
    • In 1795, American statesman, and signer of the Declaration of Independence, Josiah Bartlett, dies.
    • In 1828, President John Quincy Adams signs the Tariff of 1828 into law..
    • In 1890, Vietnamese leader Ho Chi Minh is born.
    • In 1897, Oscar Wilde is released from Reading Gaol Prison.
    • In 1921, The U.S. Congress passes the Emergency Quota Act.
    • In 1925, American civil rights leader Malcolm X is born.
    • In 1939, American Astronaut Dick Scobee is born.
    • In 1961, Venera 1 becomes the first man-made object to fly-by another planet.
    • In 1971, American Poet Ogden Nash dies.
    • In 1991, Croatians vote for independence.
     

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  • Daily Run Down 05/16/2013: Evening Edition

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  • Daily Run Down 05/15/2013: Morning Edition

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