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  • Time Team's Greatest Discoveries

    With over 250 digs and thousands of fascinating finds to reflect on, what ranks as the Team's greatest discovery? Tony Robinson leads the debate.

  • The Time Team Guide to Burial

    The history show that goes deeper underground. Discover how burial customs have evolved over thousands of years in this compilation special.

  • The Forgotten Gunners of WWI

    The team dig up Belton House near Grantham in a bid to locate the barracks and roads used by the Machine Gun Corps in WWI. Engrossing hands-on history.

  • The Forgotten Gunners of WWI

    The team dig up Belton House near Grantham in a bid to locate the barracks and roads used by the Machine Gun Corps in WWI. Engrossing hands-on history.

  • Brancaster

    The team explore a spectacular site in Norfolk, which is believed to have been a Roman fort. Tony Robinson and chums sweep away the soil to reveal the secrets of our past.

  • A Capital Hill

    Tony Robinson's crack team of archaeologists unearth Britain's past. The guys work on a huge hill near Cardiff, hoping to find the long-lost Iron Age capital of south Wales.

  • A Capital Hill

    Tony Robinson's crack team of archaeologists unearth Britain's past. The guys work on a huge hill near Cardiff, hoping to find the long-lost Iron Age capital of south Wales.

  • Henham's Lost Mansions

    Tony Robinson's archaeological team piece together the puzzling history of a Tudor country home in Suffolk. After a three-day dig, a huge surprise is revealed.

  • Warriors

    See what Tony Robinson's crew find when they join the British Army to unearth the secrets of Barrow Clump, used by Bronze Age people and the Anglo-Saxons for burials.

  • Warriors

    See what Tony Robinson's crew find when they join the British Army to unearth the secrets of Barrow Clump, used by Bronze Age people and the Anglo-Saxons for burials.

  • Lost Mines of Lakeland

    The Lake District provides the stunning backdrop to this latest exhilarating excavation, as the team dig for evidence of the region's forgotten copper mines.

  • Horseshoe Hall

    See what lies beneath Oakham Castle, one of Britain's best preserved 12th-century buildings. It's the unusual bumps and lumps in its grounds that interest the team.

  • Horseshoe Hall

    See what lies beneath Oakham Castle, one of Britain's best preserved 12th-century buildings. It's the unusual bumps and lumps in its grounds that interest the team.

  • Mystery of the Thamesside Villa

    Tony Robinson leads us on another enlightening dig. The team get to work on a strange Roman building that has been unearthed in an Oxfordshire field.

  • The Lost Castle of Dundrum

    Digging the dirt on our nation's past. Tony Robinson and co search for the remains of renegade knight John de Courcy's castle in picturesque County Down.

  • The Lost Castle of Dundrum

    Digging the dirt on our nation's past. Tony Robinson and co search for the remains of renegade knight John de Courcy's castle in picturesque County Down.

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Series 16

Time Team

  • Beacon of the Fens: Warboys, The Fens

    Exciting excavations. Tony Robinson and the team investigate a puzzling site in East Anglia that may have been a spiritual centre for millennia.

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  • The Hollow Way: Ulnaby, County Durham

    The hit series unearthing the secrets of our past. The Team visit the deserted medieval village of Ulnaby, but discoveries are hard to come by.

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  • The Wedding Present: Scargill, County Durham

    Scargill Castle supposedly played a key role in medieval battles between England and Scotland. What will our ace archaeologists find?

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  • Anarchy in the UK: Radcot, Oxfordshire

    Tony Robinson and co unearth the ruins of a large medieval castle, but a complex past is revealed when 12th and 17th century items are found.

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  • Hermit Harbour: Looe, Cornwall

    The excavation experts head for a Cornish island said to have been visited by Jesus. Will their pilgrimage turn up any evidence of early Christianity?

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  • The Trouble with Temples

    The Team hunt for an elusive Roman temple in a Hertfordshire field. Artefacts appear and soon it is apparent that the site is larger than initially thought.

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  • Toga Town

    Awe-inspiring archaeology. The Welsh village of Caerwent is home to one of Britain's best preserved Roman sites. Fascinating finds include a maze of walls and a villa.

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  • Blood, Sweat and Beers: Risehill, North Yorkshire

    The Team head for the Yorkshire Dales and unearth a settlement built by Victorian labourers working on the Settle-Carlisle Line.

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  • Mystery of the Ice Cream Villa: Colworth, Bedfordshire

    A Bedfordshire field fails to turn up evidence of a grand Roman villa - what will Tony and the Team discover from the dig?

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  • Called to the Bar: Lincoln's Inn, London

    Tony and the tireless Team are on the hunt for the remains of a 13th century palace and evidence of early Anglo-Saxon history in Lincoln.

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  • Heroes' Hill

    Tony Robinson and the expert excavators head over the water to Knockdhu in County Antrim and unearth land used by prehistoric tribes to defend a remote hillside site.

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  • Buried Bishops and Belfries: Salisbury Cathedral

    The Team spend three days snooping around the site of Salisbury Cathedral, discovering the long-lost bell tower - and some bones.

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  • Skeletons in the Shed: Blythburgh, Suffolk

    Our favourite archaeologists turn detectives as they probe the link between several human skulls and the nearby ruins of a medieval priory.

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Series 17

Time Team

  • Corridors of Power: Westminster Abbey

    Join the Team as they journey to the heart of London, searching for treasure and a stronghold that was built by Henry III almost 800 years ago.

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  • Mull

    What's the story in Tobermory? The Time Team visit the island of Mull, where a mysterious set of earthworks and one of the earliest Scottish chapels have been uncovered.

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  • Piercebridge

    The crew explore a stretch of the River Tees that flows past a grand Roman fort. A sizeable haul of riches are unearthed, as well as evidence of a prehistoric bridge.

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  • Death and Dominoes: The First PoW Camp

    Follow exciting digs. The team visit Norman Cross in Cambridgeshire, a 200-year-old site that housed the world's first purpose-built POW camp.

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  • Sutton Courtenay

    Hands-on history with Tony Robinson and co. Could an Oxfordshire field once have been occupied by Saxon royalty? The experts examine a set of buildings for answers.

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  • Hopton Castle

    See history quiet literally unearthed. Tony Robinson and the team attempt a reconstruction of the battle that took place at Hopton Castle during the English Civil War.

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  • Cunetio, Wiltshire

    The archaeology show visits Wiltshire. Time Team regular Phil Harding discovered a huge pot of Roman coins here in the 1970s and now returns to excavate the site.

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  • Something for the Weekend: Tregruk Castle

    Tony and the Team venture deep into a Welsh forest, as they investigate one of the biggest castles in Britain and its role in the Civil War.

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  • Governor's Green, Portsmouth

    History comes to life in this hit show. Tony and the Team unearth Portsmouth's medieval past by excavating the site of a hospital that was built in 1212.

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  • Priory Engagement, Burford, Oxfordshire

    See what's found as the Team unearth the site of a medieval hospital in the grounds of Burford Priory, where a Saxon community once lived.

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  • There's a Villa Here Somewhere: Litlington, Cambridgeshire

    See what's unearthed as Tony Robinson and chums hunt for one of Britain's biggest Roman villas in a Cambridgeshire village.

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  • Commanding Heights: Dinmore, Herefordshire

    Join another exciting dig. A remote hill in Herefordshire turns out to be a huge prehistoric site, which may have housed an Iron Age fort.

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  • Rooting for the Romans

    The archaeologists explore a Roman building found in Bedford Purlieus Wood, Cambridgeshire. The discovery of a statue and a bath-house excites the experts.

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Series 22

Time Team Special

  • Henry VIII's Lost Palaces

    The fascinating archaeological series marks the 500th anniversary of Henry VIII's accession to the throne. Tony visits the monarch's buildings.

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  • Nelson's Hospital

    The soil-loving crew help excavate a naval cemetery near Portsmouth's dockyards. The findings give an amazing insight into what life was like in the Georgian Navy.

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  • The Real Vikings

    Countrywide special of the much-loved archaeology show. Tony Robinson and co follow digs across the UK, resulting in fascinating insights into our Viking past.

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  • Westminster Abbey

    Feature-length special. Tony Robinson visits Westminster Abbey as the Cosmati pavement - a beautiful mosaic floor - is uncovered for the first time in 100 years.

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Series 2

Time Team

  • Wars Of The Roses

    Tony Robinson reveals the results of a five-year dig at the site of the Battle of Bosworth, which could change the entire understanding of this iconic clash.

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  • The Somme's Secret Weapon

    Tony Robinson joins a dig on the Somme battlefield, where archaeologists are looking for evidence of a top secret weapon possibly used during WWI.

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  • Boudica's Lost Tribe

    Tony Robinson traces the story of legendary female warrior Boudica and her Iceni tribe by following a huge excavation in Caistor St Edmund, Norfolk.

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  • Secrets of the Saxon Gold

    Two years after a valuable Anglo-Saxon treasure hoard was discovered in a Staffordshire field, see the exciting results of the dig with Tony Robinson and friends.

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  • The Somme's Secret Weapon

    The team continue to dig for evidence of a Livens Large Gallery Flame Projector, an experimental weapon deployed by the British Army in 1916 during the Somme.

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  • The Somme's Secret Weapon

    Tony Robinson joins a dig on the Somme battlefield, where archaeologists are looking for evidence of a top secret weapon possibly used during WWI.

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Series 12

Time Team

  • Secrets of a Tudor Mansion

    The 12th series of the beloved archaeology show. Tony Robinson and co visit Chenies Manor, a stately home that was upgraded ahead of a visit by Henry VIII.

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  • The Monastery and the Mansion

    Most of the homes in Nether Poppleton are from the 18th century, but the village's layout appears to be medieval. Will a dig provide any further clues?

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  • The Bombers in the Marsh

    More fascinating finds. The archaeologists team up with the RAF as they try to retrieve the wreckage of two US bombers buried in Warton Marsh, near Preston.

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  • Fighting on the Frontier

    Archaeological fun. Tony Robinson and chums have a cunning plan: hunting for the remains of a huge Roman fort near Drumlanrig Castle in Dumfries.

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  • A Neolithic Cathedral?

    The team try to solve a 6,000-year-old mystery as they examine huge circular crop marks near Peterborough. Do these massive ditches have religious origins?

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  • Grace Dieu

    Awe-inspiring archaeological series. The team explore the skeleton of a medieval boat found on the bed of the River Hamble. Is this Grace Dieu, Henry V's naval flagship?

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  • Going Upmarket in Gloucestershire

    Exciting excavations. The team attempt to locate a villa, digging up a Gloucestershire field that has yielded plenty of Roman artefacts in the past.

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  • Picts and Hermits: Cave Dwellers of Fife

    The show that makes history come alive. The team explore Wemyss Caves in Fife, which were supposedly occupied by the feared Pictish people.

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  • Lost Centuries of St Osyth

    More hands-on history! The team try to solve the mystery of a vanishing village as they descend on St Osyth in Essex and the site of an Augustinian priory.

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  • The Puzzle of Pickett's Farm

    Much-loved archaeology show. The team are doubly excited when the discovery of Roman relics on a field in Dorset leads them to a Stone Age burial site.

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  • Norman Neighbours

    A field in Yorkshire has turned up numerous Neolithic, Saxon and Roman items and now experts think it was also the site of a Norman village. Can the team find it?

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  • Tower Blocks and Togas

    Unearthing Britain's past. The team's quest to locate a Roman military cemetery at the end of Hadrian's Wall leads them to a housing estate in South Shields.

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  • Animal Farm

    Archaeological challenges against the clock. Tony and the team investigate a Norman hunting lodge in Northamptonshire which may have actually been an early factory farm.

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Series 18

Time Team

  • Reservoir Rituals

    The team wade through the mud of a drained reservoir in Devon, the site of a newly discovered stone henge. This is the 200th edition of the hit archaeological show.

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  • Saxon Death, Saxon Gold

    Some fine jewellery is unearthed at an Anglo-Saxon burial ground in Leicestershire as we go underground with Tony Robinson and the archaeologists again.

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  • Romans on the Range

    Tony Robinson and co have a cunning plan: to further inspect a series of Roman mosaics that were found 150 years ago at High Ham, Somerset. See what they uncover.

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  • Hitler's Island Fortress

    Join Tony Robinson and friends as they dig for World War II relics at a German anti-aircraft battery, built during the Nazis' five-year occupation of Jersey.

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  • The Furnace in the Forest

    Tony Robinson and co try to piece together the lives of those who worked in Derwentcote during the Industrial Revolution. Tune in to see what is unearthed.

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  • Under the Gravestones

    In search of one of the largest Roman structures ever built in Britain, the team dig up a church graveyard. See history brought to life in the archaeology show.

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  • The House of the White Queen

    Discover our past as Tony Robinson and co unearth over 600 years of history at Groby Old Hall in Leicestershire, once home to two Queens of England.

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  • Castles and Cannons

    Tony Robinson and the ace archaeological team are in Jersey. Hear about the origins of Mont Orgueil, a spectacular castle that dates back to the 13th century.

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  • The Mystery of the Manor Moat

    Tony Robinson and co are baffled by an ancient moat at the historic Llancaiach manor house. What was it protecting? Join the show that digs for answers.

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  • Search for the Domesday Mill

    Join the ace archaeologists as they explore the remains of Buck Mill in Somerset, whose owners believe an 11th-century flour mill once graced the land.

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Series 19

Time Team

  • Dig by Wire

    Tony Robinson and co dig up a windswept island off Wales, which may have once been a religious hub. But was it Romans, Vikings, Celts or Druids that lived here? Find out.

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  • A Village Affair

    Tony Robinson and co team up with the locals in the village of Bitterley as they exhume the parish's rich past. More hands-on history in the adored archaeology show.

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  • The Drowned Town

    Before Dunwich is lost to sea erosion, the team are eager to learn about the village's Anglo-Saxon origins and locate a medieval hospital. See what they unearth.

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  • The First King of Racing

    Join Tony Robinson's team as they horse around in Newmarket in search of Charles II's lost racing stables - said to be the first of their kind in the world.

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  • Chapel of Secrets

    The team think human bone fragments found in a Northumberland village may date from the 7th century, but the grisly discovery of tiny skeletons adds to the mystery.

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  • A Copper Bottomed Dig

    Discover the history that lurks beneath the soil. The team revisit a once-great industry as they excavate White Rock, one of the first copper works in Swansea.

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  • The Only Earl Is Essex

    Property magnate Paul Whight invites our archaeologist friends to dig up his stately home in Essex, which lies on land once owned by the famous de Vere family.

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  • Secrets of the Dunes

    The beachcombing bunch try to locate a lost town on the south coast of Wales, which has been buried under sand dunes for over 500 years. See what they unearth.

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  • Rome's Wild West

    Join Tony Robinson and his expert excavators to discover the identity of a mystery structure found near the well-preserved Roman legionary fort of Caerleon in Wales.

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  • How to Lose a Castle

    Find out if there ever really was a castle on top of Castle Hill in Somerset in another archaeological quest against the clock. Tony Robinson leads proceedings.

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  • King John's Lost Palace

    Tony Robinson and his merry men and women encounter the legend of Robin Hood when they scrutinise an impressive set of ruins and carvings in Sherwood Forest.

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  • Time Team's Greatest Discoveries

    With over 250 digs and thousands of fascinating finds to reflect on, what ranks as the Team's greatest discovery? Tony Robinson leads the debate.

  • The Time Team Guide to Burial

    The history show that goes deeper underground. Discover how burial customs have evolved over thousands of years in this compilation special.

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Series 20

Time Team

  • The Forgotten Gunners of WWI

    The team dig up Belton House near Grantham in a bid to locate the barracks and roads used by the Machine Gun Corps in WWI. Engrossing hands-on history.

  • Brancaster

    The team explore a spectacular site in Norfolk, which is believed to have been a Roman fort. Tony Robinson and chums sweep away the soil to reveal the secrets of our past.

  • A Capital Hill

    Tony Robinson's crack team of archaeologists unearth Britain's past. The guys work on a huge hill near Cardiff, hoping to find the long-lost Iron Age capital of south Wales.

  • Henham's Lost Mansions

    Tony Robinson's archaeological team piece together the puzzling history of a Tudor country home in Suffolk. After a three-day dig, a huge surprise is revealed.

  • Warriors

    See what Tony Robinson's crew find when they join the British Army to unearth the secrets of Barrow Clump, used by Bronze Age people and the Anglo-Saxons for burials.

  • Lost Mines of Lakeland

    The Lake District provides the stunning backdrop to this latest exhilarating excavation, as the team dig for evidence of the region's forgotten copper mines.

  • Horseshoe Hall

    See what lies beneath Oakham Castle, one of Britain's best preserved 12th-century buildings. It's the unusual bumps and lumps in its grounds that interest the team.

  • Mystery of the Thamesside Villa

    Tony Robinson leads us on another enlightening dig. The team get to work on a strange Roman building that has been unearthed in an Oxfordshire field.

  • The Lost Castle of Dundrum

    Digging the dirt on our nation's past. Tony Robinson and co search for the remains of renegade knight John de Courcy's castle in picturesque County Down.

  • Wolsey's Lost Palace

    Tony Robinson and chums rake over old ground. The team marvel at the remains of Cardinal Thomas Wolsey's opulent palace in Hertfordshire, the Manor of the More.

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  • An Englishman's Castle

    Tony Robinson's skilled crew look for clues as to the medieval origins of Upton Castle in Pembrokeshire. The hit series that quite literally unearths our past.

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  • The Time Team Guide to Experimental Archaeology

    From Stone Age swords to Roman cisterns, Tony Robinson celebrates two decades-worth of groundbreaking digs and fascinating finds.

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  • Twenty Years of Time Team

    A special edition of the pioneering archaeology show, reliving some memorable moments - from the Buckingham Palace dig to the discovery of a stone circle.

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Time Team Special

Series 23

Time Team Special

  • Brunel's Last Launch

    The Team unearth the remarkable shipbuilding heritage of London's East End and hear why the launch of Brunel's pioneering SS Great Eastern proved disastrous.

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  • Shakespeare's House

    The man who was born great and achieved greatness, Tony Robinson, joins a landmark dig at the site of William Shakespeare's grand house in Stratford-upon-Avon.

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  • Rediscovering Ancient Britain

    The Dorset Ridgeway is the focus of the hands-on history show. Hear why this site could be as vital as Stonehenge in understanding our prehistoric ancestors.

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  • The Way We Lived - Hunters to Hearths

    Discover how domestic life has radically changed over ten millennia as Tony Robinson and the late Mick Aston dig out the best bits.

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  • Looking Underground

    Tony Robinson and John Gater reflect on their most memorable discoveries in which geophysical technology was used to uncover lost tombs and temples.

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  • The Madness of Bedlam

    With Liverpool Street station under renovation, Tony and the Team seize the chance to excavate the site of the original Bedlam Hospital, the first lunatic asylum.

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The Boats That Made Britain: A Time Team Special

Series 21

The Boats That Made Britain: A Time Team Special

  • Lost Submarine of WW1

    Tony 'Baldrick' Robinson has a cunning plan: to chronicle the development of submarine warfare in World War I through a series of wreck dives and hands-on demonstrations.

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  • Britain's Stone Age Tsunami

    A huge tsunami swamped the east coast of Britain some 8,000 years ago. Tony Robinson exhibits the amazing evidence in the hands-on history series.

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  • Secrets Of The Lincoln Jail

    Hear about Lincoln Castle's dark history of punishment, including a brutal Victorian experiment in prison justice, as Tony Robinson and co dig the dirt on our ancestors.

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  • Bronze Age Boats

    Secrets of the Bronze Age are unearthed as Tony Robinson joins a reconstruction of a 3,500-year-old boat. Revelations in the history show that looks beneath the surface.

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Time Trumpet with Armando Iannucci

Series 1

Time Trumpet with Armando Iannucci

  • Time Trumpet, 1

    Comedy series set in the future, looking back at past events. Sixty-year-olds Ant and Dec talk about the day Charlotte Church vomited herself inside out.

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  • Time Trumpet, 4

    Comedy series set in the future, looking back at past events. Armando Iannucci talks to Alastair Campbell, Tim Henman and David Beckham about events from 2005 to 2009.

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  • Time Trumpet, 5

    Armando Iannucci's comedy series set in the future but reviewing the past. Events include the war in Iraq, the Hutton Report, Colin Powell's UN Address and the death of Geoff Hoon.

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  • Time Trumpet, 6

    Comedy series set 30 years in the future. Pundits look back at the Songs of Praise scandal and the relaunch of a nicer BNP.

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Series 15

Time Team

  • Hunting King Harold

    Did King Harold build a hunting lodge in South Wales a year before the Battle of Hastings? Discover what Tony Robinson and co find when they dig up our history.

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  • Street of the Dead

    Tony Robinson's team have three days to excavate a huge Roman fort in County Durham. Stay tuned for some exciting finds, including a series of military mausoleums.

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  • 5,000 Tonnes of Stone

    A stone structure in Hamsterley has baffled locals for eons. With guesses ranging from an Iron Age farm to a Roman jail, see if the team can fathom its purpose.

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  • The Romans Recycle

    We perhaps think of recycling as a modern process, but were the Romans keen on reusing materials too? The evidence mounts as the team dig a field in Lincolnshire.

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  • Bodies in the Dunes

    A storm on the Scottish island of Barra has uncovered Bronze Age graves and ancient houses in the dunes. Can the team preserve these relics before they are lost?

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  • Gold in the Moat

    Codnor Castle was home to the De Grey family of knights. As the ruins are renovated, Tony Robinson and co unearth the castle's history - and strike gold.

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  • The Naughty Nuns of Northampton

    The nuns of 900-year-old Sewardsley Priory were variously accused of witchcraft and debauchery. What relics from their time will be unearthed here?

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  • Blitzkrieg on Shooters Hill

    In 1940, Britain prepared to defend her shores against possible Nazi invasion. See anti-tank weapons and bunkers from this period being exhumed in London.

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  • Saxons on the Edge

    Bits of 1,200-year-old pottery dug up in Leicestershire could lead to that rarest of finds: an Anglo-Saxon settlement. Join Tony Robinson as history is unearthed.

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  • Keeping Up with the Georgians

    The city of Bath has a rich history and now one of Britain's grandest Georgian houses has been found nearby. Or has it? Join Tony Robinson to find out.

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  • Mysteries of the Mosaic

    The discovery of a mosaic floor and some coins leads Tony Robinson and pals to the Cotswolds. What does the find reveal about life in Roman Britain? Find out.

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  • From Constantinople to Cornwall

    A wealth of relics found in a field brings the team to Padstow. Was this once an Iron Age village or a port used by Mediterranean traders? Find out.

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  • The Fort of the Earls

    Discover why a castle above Dungannon - seized by the English in 1602 - is an important site in Anglo-Irish history, as Tony Robinson's team unearth the past.

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Series 5

Time Team

  • The Real Knights of the Round Table

    Built by Edward III in 1344, the round table was one of Britain's greatest mysteries - until Tony Robinson and co made an amazing breakthrough.

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  • The Lost Dock of Liverpool

    Liverpool's rich history is unearthed as the team are given access to the largest dig in the show's history. Discover how the city became a world-class port.

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  • Swords, Skulls and Strongholds: A Time Team Special

    Insights into Iron Age ancestors are unearthed as Tony Robinson's archaeological team focus on hill forts that litter the British Isles.

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  • Codename: Ainsbrook

    Rumours of a secret investigation into a Viking boat burial lead the team to Yorkshire. And there's strain between archaeologists and metal detectorists.

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Time Team Special

Series 24

Time Team Special

  • Britain's Lost Roman Circus

    Hear about the discovery of the only Roman circus ever found in Britain, just outside Colchester's Roman walls. Tony Robinson learns about chariot racing.

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  • Pugin: The God of Gothic

    Hear how Augustus Pugin's 19th century ideas on architecture are still relevant today as Tony Robinson visits several of the Englishman's iconic buildings.

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  • Buried by the Blitz

    To mark the anniversary of VE Day, Tony Robinson's team of archaeologists and volunteers dig under Shoreditch Park. Interesting finds from WWII are unearthed.

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  • Journey to Stonehenge

    Tony Robinson's crew take on the mammoth task of building a full-scale replica of Durrington Walls, a massive monument uncovered just one mile from Stonehenge.

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Series 22

Time Team

  • The Mystery of the Roman Treasure

    Archaeological series. In this special edition, Tony Robinson traces the history of the controversial Sevso treasure.

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  • Flanders: WW1 Bunkers

    Tony Robinson joins an unprecedented archaeological expedition to Belgium in search of a perfectly preserved WWI bunker called the Vampire.

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  • Dover Castle

    The Time Team document the restoration of Dover Castle, a project which aimed to restore the main rooms of the castle back to their original appearance.

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  • Castle of the Saxon Kings

    Tony Robinson and the team help the Bamburgh Research Project uncover the Saxon roots of the local fortress.

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