Taking on the Macedonian army at the Battle of Cynocephelae in 197 B.C.
Restaging the Battle of Silarius in 71 B.C., when Spartacus' ragtag band of slaves and gladiators took on the Roman army in southern Italy.
The team attempts to re-create the Battle of Marathon in 490 B.C.
Gauls from northern Italy face a classic two-legion army of the Roman Republic.
Amateur generals Al Murray, Kate Silverton, Ricky Groves and Raji James take control of the army of Ptolemy IV of Egypt in the battle of Raphia, 217 B.C.
A team from Durham tries to reverse history and drive out invading Romans from Tigranocerta in Armenia.
A Scottish family attempts to change the outcome of the A.D. 84 battle between the Roman army and Caledonian tribesmen.
Julius Caesar's Roman army takes on 60,000 Gallic tribesman in this re-creation of the battle of Bibracte.
A team of climbers from Suffolk tries to scale the citadel of Sarmizegethusa as the Romans take on the Dacians in A.D. 106.
Mental-health workers from Wales lead the Norman army against King Harold at the Battle of Hastings in 1066.
Computer gamers from Glasgow travel back to the 13th century B.C. to refight the battle of Troy.
It is 326 B.C., and a military team from the army and RAF steps into the sandals of Alexander the Great.
The Eagers family from Surrey takes part in the re-creation of a mighty Norse invasion at the Battle of Stamford Bridge in 1066.
Vicars take on the might of the Germanic army in the battle of Teutoberg Forest in A.D. 9.
Army Cadet officers from Bristol take control of the hordes of Attila the Hun in a re-creation of the battle of Chalons of 451.
A team of childhood friends replays the battle of Gaugamela in 331 B.C. between Alexander the Great and the forces of the Persian Empire.
A team of councillors from Milton Keynes relives the battle of Adrianople of A.D. 378.
Members of an all-female netball team take control of the army of Thebes as they relive the battle of Leuctra, Greece, in 371 B.C.
Police officers attempt to reproduce the tactical genius of Hannibal against 10,000 Roman soldiers at the Battle of Cannae.
A team of Nottingham University graduates re-enact Julius Caesar's rebel army waging civil war for the control of the Roman Republic.
Contestants in a modern-day war room take control of Hannibal's Carthaginian army in a high-tech attempt to change the outcome of the 218 B.C. battle.