Just saw this in the San Antonio Express-News:
The History Channel will air a program tonight that Alamo buffs won’t want to miss.
As part of its “What Went Down” series, the cable channel will air an hourlong program on the famed battle at 8 p.m. and midnight. Alamo enthusiasts who assisted the History Channel said the program will provide good spatial orientation of the 1836 compound, and may raise questions about the city’s use of Alamo Plaza.
Bill Chemerka, founder of the Alamo Society, which has nearly 500 members worldwide, advised the History Channel. He said he wanted the program to portray aspects of the battle that have never been shown accurately on screen, including fighting that occurred on the Alamo’s north wall and its southwest gun platform before Mexican forces entered the main gate.
“It does not suggest that it is the final word on all things Alamo. But hopefully it will inspire the next generation of researchers and filmmakers to continue to remember the Alamo,” said Chemerka, who lives in New Jersey.
Not sure if this is from the program or not, but iit’s a great YouTube video of the current and planned Alamo Plaza:
My local channel has this on at 8pm CDT. Your mileage may vary; but you know *I’ll be there.