Secrets From the Sky
Ep: 1 "Tintagel Castle"
The country’s most historic landmarks are explored from a bird’s eye view in Secrets from the Sky. Britain’s landscape is dotted with historical monuments such as Tintagel Castle in Cornwall, Stonehenge, Maiden Castle, Sutton Hoo, The Antonine Wall and Old Sarum in Wiltshire. Historian Bettany Hughes and aerial archaeologist Ben Robinson explore these monuments, revealing a new insight into the past and showing Britain’s stunning landscapes through fantastic aerial views.
Episodes
Ep 1
Tintagel Castle
Watch Until June 14, 1:30am
Ep 2
Old Sarum
Watch Until June 21, 1:35am
Ep 3
Old Stonehenge
Watch May 28, 9:35pm
Ep 4
Maiden Castle
Watch June 4, 9:35pm
Ep 5
Sutton Hoo
Watch June 11, 9:35pm
Ep 6
The Antonine Wall
Watch June 18, 9:35pm
Tintagel Castle
Historian Bettany Hughes and aerial archaeologist Ben Robinson explore Tintagel Castle, for a new perspective on the King Arthur myth. (1 of 6)
Old Sarum
Bettany and Ben visit the windswept plains of Wiltshire and the remains of a ghost town that was once one of William the Conqueror's most important strongholds. (2 of 6)
Old Stonehenge
Bettany and Ben visit Stonehenge, hoping to shed new light on the purpose behind its construction. (3 of 6)
Additional Broadcast Dates:
Sun May 28, 9:35pm
Mon May 29, 1:35am
Maiden Castle
Bettany and Ben visit Maiden Castle in Dorset, where their aerial investigation reveals a story of prehistoric life, death and survival as the Romans invaded Britain. (4 of 6)
Additional Broadcast Dates:
Sun Jun 4, 9:35pm
Mon Jun 5, 1:35am
Sutton Hoo
Bettany and Ben visit Sutton Hoo in Suffolk to investigate Britain's very own "Valley of the Kings". (5 of 6)
Additional Broadcast Dates:
Sun Jun 11, 9:35pm
Mon Jun 12, 1:35am
The Antonine Wall
Bettany and Ben discover how the Romans pushed deep into Scotland to build the most heavily fortified border in the whole empire. (6 of 6)
Additional Broadcast Dates:
Sun Jun 18, 9:35pm
Mon Jun 19, 1:35am
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