The shoreline, seabeds and sandbanks of the British coastline are among the richest historical treasure troves on Earth, home to tens of thousands of unique archaeological sites. In this three-episode series, paleontologist Tori Herridge and archeologist Alex Langlands visit submerged Elizabethan shipwrecks, prehistoric stone forts, Roman villas, medieval villages, 18th-century merchant ships, and drowned forests - wonders that will soon be lost forever because of climate change.
Air Date: December 29, 2018 - 45:30
Tori Herridge investigates a medieval ruin on a bleak island, a village that vanished, and asks what brought Bob Dylan to the River Severn.
Air Date: December 22, 2018 - 44:57
In Glasgow, Tori Herridge explores the River Clyde, finding a strange vessel on the foreshore that was instrumental in helping to create the city.
Air Date: December 15, 2018 - 44:55
Tori Herridge and the team reveal the story of the world's first aircraft carriers and discover the Dorset coastline's vital role in D-Day.
Air Date: December 08, 2018 - 45:11
Tori Herridge and the team investigate a shipwreck from the 1740s, a prehistoric well shaft, and a harbour that took 63 years to build.