Director: Michael Waterhouse
Starring: Dr Tori Herridge, Dr Alex Langlands
Production Company: Tern Television Productions Ltd
Kent Locations Used: Tankerton, Whitstable, Port of Ramsgate, Port
The third series of Britain at Low Tide will return to our screens this week. The show features archaeologists Dr Tori Herridge and Dr Alex Langlands as they explore coastal areas and their historical treasures as the tide goes out.
The first episode of the series starts off on the north Kent coast, as Dr Tori Herridge and the team explore the mystery of the shingle bank called The Street in Whitstable, explore a shipwreck in Tankerton, which can only be accessed once every year at very low tides. These areas have previously hosted productions such as The Thames: Britain’s Great River With Tony Robinson (2019) and Celebrity Antiques Road Show (2018).
The programme also explores the remains of Richborough Port in Pegwell Bay near Sandwich, which played a crucial part in supporting the Western Front in WWI. Sandwich is a medieval town situated on the River Stour and boasts golf clubs, eateries and B&B’s as well as a museum, windmill and Roman Fort. Productions which have previously visited the town include Celebrity Antiques Road Show (2018) and Countryfile (2009).
Production also paid a quick visit to the Port ofRamsgate, adjacent to the popular seaside town in Kent, that has been used in previous productions such as Ross Edgley’s Great British Swim (2018) and Britain’s Favourite Walks: Top 100 (2018).
For more information about filming in Kent please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on Britain at Low Tide please visit: https://www.channel4.com/programmes/britain-at-low-tide
For more information on Tankerton Beach visit https://www.visitsoutheastengland.com/things-to-do/tankerton-beach-p357081
For more information on Whitstable visit: https://www.canterbury.co.uk/info/37/whitstable
For more information on Ramsgate Harbour visit http://www.portoframsgate.co.uk/
For more information on Richborough Port visit: http://www.open-sandwich.co.uk/town_history/richborough_port.htm