I tend to forget how long it takes between filming and when a show actually appears. I had a great deal of fun last August shooting the Roman segment of a documentary with Pioneer Productions called Secrets of Underground London for PBS. At the time I posted about filming in London's amphitheatre here.
For those in the UK the show is on the channel Yesterday tonight at 2100. Here is the blurb:
The program begins with an archaeological find beneath Guildhall, an original Roman amphitheater built around 50 AD for gladiator events. The site could accommodate 5 - 6,000 people, which was the majority of Londoners at the time. Next is a site hidden beneath The Museum of London, where 20,000 skeletons were found - graves from the Black Death Plague which began in 1348. Next are 22 miles of tunnels cut beneath Chislehurst, where miners extracted chalk needed to build brick and mortar buildings which replaced wooden ones destroyed in the 1666 Fire of London.
For those in the US it will be on PBS on June 22.