Britain at Low Tide
2 Series, 9 Episodes
Five Bronze Age bodies have been found in a deep pit in Kent. One of them, an old woman, has been manipulated into a position where she is pointing at something. But at what? And why?
Tori and the team examine a stash of bones beneath an upmarket shopping arcade in Leeds, as they piece together the challenging lives of children from the industrial revolution
The remains of over 100 young Anglo-Saxon men are found under a planned car park in Hampshire. Why were they denied a Christian interment and buried so remotely?
The team visit a long-forgotten cemetery in Ipswich, where 1400 bodies reveal signs of hard labour, disease, murder, and possibly the country's first post-mortem
Roadworks on the A9 in Scotland uncover the remains of a young woman who lived and died in the early Bronze Age. Was she one of the so-called Beaker People?
Tucked away in a Runcorn industrial park is Europe's most excavated monastic site. It reveals a story of medieval knights, brutal murder and ancient disease.
A Wiltshire building site unearths eight Roman cemeteries and the remains of a man beheaded after burial. Who did this, and why? Tori and the team investigate.
In a Bristol graveyard, the team investigate the grisly discovery of sliced-open human skulls and explore their connection with a local hospital, a celebrated surgeon, and the crime of bodysnatching