The houses on Blitz Street are hit with the type of bombs used in the first days of the Blitz on London in September 1940
The specially constructed street is on the receiving end of one of the largest bombs the Luftwaffe ever dropped on Britain: the SC1000, nicknamed 'The Hermann'. Presented by Tony Robinson.
In the summer of 1944, Hitler sent over his new secret weapon, the V1, or 'doodlebug', a jet-powered pilotless plane packed with a powerful explosive. The V1 is detonated on Blitz Street.
Blitz Street endures the most powerful bomb of World War II: the massive V2 rocket. The programme also examines why the blitz failed and the lessons learnt from the experiment.