Tori and the team discover how the Dorset coastline played a vital role in D-Day; reveal the story of the world's first aircraft carriers; search for a huge Iron Age monument that can only be seen, sometimes, for a few hours a year.
Along Glasgow's River Clyde, Tori finds a strange vessel that played an instrumental part in creating the city; Tori examines a wooden structure that gives a tantalizing glimpse into what life was like there 2,000 years ago.
The Severn Estuary offers many mysteries to investigate, including a medieval ruin on a bleak island, a whole village that vanished, and an intriguing visit from Bob Dylan.
In Yorkshire, Tori and the team find out what happened one night when a fishing trawler went wildly off course in the North Sea; discover how two ships made in Hull ended up on top of a mountain in Peru.
With her team of archaeologists, Tori heads to the Fife coast in Scotland to search for an industry that once dominated its shoreline; they find stone carvings left by one of Scotland's oldest tribes; learn about one of Britain's railway disasters.
Tori and the team explore the coast around Whitstable in North Ken where they discover a 500-year-old boat beside the tide, one of only 26 of its kind in the world.
Between the tides around the Inner Forth in Scotland, the team discovers a harbor that served as Scotland's first whisky distillery.
The coast of Solway Firth, north of the Lake District, is home to the last remains of a coal mine that suffered one of the worst explosions in mining history.
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