History - Secret Season preview and clips
Preview by Jack Foley
HISTORY™ – the channel formerly known as The History Channel – has been enthralling viewers with its Secret Season season, throughout the month of January.
Viewers have been able to discover little-known facts about tunnellers, underworld cities and dinosaur secrets. And on Monday, January 26, they can find out How Britain Was Built.
Check out our previews of the episodes you may have missed, as well as clips from each one…
Tunnellers work hundreds of feet down, where it is dark, damp and dangerous, challenging nature’s awesome forces to drive tunnels through solid rock and sinking mud. They drill and blast, bore, mine, and muck. Tragically many tunnellers have been injured in the process, but ultimately theirs is a story of triumph and survival.
Premiered: Thursday, January 15, 9pm (every Thursday at 9pm)
Cities Of The Underworld:
Below the familiar surfaces of skyscrapers, taxis and street vendors, lies a forgotten world deep below the ground – great metropolises, sometimes entire cities, each with its own fascinating and unknown history.
As part of The Secret Season, Don Wildman explores the secrets beneath our city streets – ancient cisterns, dank dungeons, eerie tombs, clandestine hideouts, and even underground shipwrecks that have been lost for hundreds of years, buried deep below the surface.
Premiered: Friday, January 16 at 9pm (showing every Friday at 9pm)
This series examines the ultimate fighters of the prehistoric world. Some dinosaurs were larger than seven-story buildings, and hunted their prey with strategy and cunning.
Travel back in time to the pre-historic era and unearth the world’s first serial killers. Watch as deadly dinosaur confrontations are dramatically brought to life and gain remarkable insight into the psychology and physiology of these ancient beasts.
Premiered: Wednesday, January 21 at 9pm (showing, every Wednesday at 9pm)
How Britain Was Built:
Based on an already successful franchise of How London Was Built, this series looks at the cities of Bristol, Liverpool, Newcastle and Edinburgh, and explores the history of their landmarks – showing how they were constructed and how they have changed the lives of the people living there.
Premiering: Monday, January 26 at 9pm (showing every Monday at 9pm)