Tori Herridge and Alex Langlands explore the coastal archaeology of Northumberland, discovering an ancient community that thrived in one of the northeast's top tourist destinations.
In Merseyside, the team explores a beach full of building rubble leftover from WWII and find evidence of people and animals dating back 7,000 years.
In Essex, the earthwork remains of a fort dating back to the time when Henry VII took England out of the European Catholic union is discovered.
In East Sussex, Tori and the team explore a shipwreck from the 1740s; discover a prehistoric well shaft; investigate a harbor that took 63 years to build but only worked for four months.
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.
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