Time Team

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Time Team is a show presented by Tony Robinson that excavates land of historical interest.

When is Time Team on?

Time TeamSaxons 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. [S]Mon, Jan 23, 6:25 AMYesterday45 mins
Time TeamKeeping 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. [S]Mon, Jan 23, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamGold 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. [S]Mon, Jan 23, 12:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamTony and the Team help archaeologists from Cardiff University to examine a discovery at Caerleon Roman legionary fort in Wales. Did this military outpost also serve another purpose? [S]Mon, Jan 23, 1:40 PMMore 465 mins
Time TeamA family of Somerset farmers invite Tony and the Team to answer a question that's been puzzling them for generations: was there ever a castle on top of the hill they call Castle Hill? [S]Mon, Jan 23, 2:45 PMMore 465 mins
Time TeamMysteries 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. [S]Mon, Jan 23, 5:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamMysteries 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. [S]Tue, Jan 24, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamThe 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? [S]Tue, Jan 24, 12:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamThe Team rip up the pristine lawns of Paul Whight's stately Essex home, searching for the secrets of its illustrious former owners: the De Veres, who included the dissolute Earl of Oxford. [S]Tue, Jan 24, 1:50 PMMore 460 mins
Time TeamTony and the Team head for the fringes of Sherwood Forest, where residents believe some impressive ruins may have played a part in the ancient tales of Robin Hood and Bad King John. [S]Tue, Jan 24, 2:50 PMMore 465 mins
Time TeamFrom 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. [S]Tue, Jan 24, 5:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamMysteries 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. [S]Wed, Jan 25, 6:25 AMYesterday50 mins
Time TeamFrom 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. [S]Wed, Jan 25, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamBlitzkrieg 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. [S]Wed, Jan 25, 12:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamTony Robinson adjudicates the debate to find Time Team's greatest discovery in an episode featuring fine jewellery, gold coins, intricate mosaics, and extraordinary archaeological fakery. [S]Wed, Jan 25, 1:50 PMMore 460 mins
Time TeamTony Robinson investigates how funerary customs have changed and evolved over thousands of years of British history, in Time Team's guide to burial. [S]Wed, Jan 25, 2:50 PMMore 465 mins
Time TeamThe 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. [S]Wed, Jan 25, 5:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamFrom 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. [S]Thu, Jan 26, 6:20 AMYesterday50 mins
Time TeamThe 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. [S]Thu, Jan 26, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamSaxons 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. [S]Thu, Jan 26, 12:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamThe Team dig at High Ham in Somerset to uncover a series of mosaics. First found 150 years ago, the mosaics have been out of bounds because the land has been in constant use by the army. [S]Thu, Jan 26, 1:40 PMMore 465 mins
Time TeamGroby Old Hall in Leicestershire may appear run down now but it once belonged to one of the most powerful families in Britain. The Team help its new owners to discover its history. [S]Thu, Jan 26, 2:45 PMMore 465 mins
Time TeamThe 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. [S]Fri, Jan 27, 6:20 AMYesterday50 mins
Time TeamBeacon 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. [S]Fri, Jan 27, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamKeeping 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. [S]Fri, Jan 27, 12:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamTony and the Team investigate the site of a Somerset watermill, which may have milled flour since Domesday. The Team find many millstreams, and make a surprise discovery. [S]Fri, Jan 27, 1:40 PMMore 465 mins
Time TeamTony Robinson and the Team visit Jersey to investigate the origins of Mont Orgueil Castle, a fortress that came to symbolise the Channel Islands' bond with Britain. [S]Fri, Jan 27, 2:45 PMMore 465 mins
Time TeamThe 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. [S]Fri, Jan 27, 5:00 PMYesterday60 mins

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Time TeamBlitzkrieg 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. [S]Thu, Jan 19, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamThe 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? [S]Thu, Jan 19, 6:15 AMYesterday50 mins
Time TeamBlitzkrieg 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. [S]Wed, Jan 18, 5:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time Team5,000 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. [S]Wed, Jan 18, 12:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamThe 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? [S]Wed, Jan 18, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamGold 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. [S]Wed, Jan 18, 6:15 AMYesterday50 mins
Time TeamThe 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? [S]Tue, Jan 17, 5:05 PMYesterday55 mins
Time TeamStreet 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. [S]Tue, Jan 17, 12:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamGold 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. [S]Tue, Jan 17, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamBodies 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? [S]Tue, Jan 17, 6:20 AMYesterday50 mins
Time TeamGold 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. [S]Mon, Jan 16, 5:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamHunting 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. [S]Mon, Jan 16, 12:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamBodies 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? [S]Mon, Jan 16, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamThe 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. [S]Mon, Jan 16, 6:20 AMYesterday50 mins
Time TeamBodies 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? [S]Fri, Jan 13, 5:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamThe 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. [S]Fri, Jan 13, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamThe 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. [S]Thu, Jan 12, 5:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time Team5,000 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. [S]Thu, Jan 12, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time Team5,000 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. [S]Wed, Jan 11, 5:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamStreet 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. [S]Wed, Jan 11, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamStreet 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. [S]Tue, Jan 10, 5:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamHunting 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. [S]Tue, Jan 10, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamThe 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. [S]Fri, Dec 23, 12:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamFrom 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. [S]Thu, Dec 22, 12:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamMysteries 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. [S]Wed, Dec 21, 12:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamKeeping 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. [S]Tue, Dec 20, 12:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamSaxons 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. [S]Mon, Dec 19, 12:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamThe 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. [S]Fri, Dec 16, 4:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamBlitzkrieg 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. [S]Fri, Dec 16, 12:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamThe 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. [S]Fri, Dec 16, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamFrom 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. [S]Thu, Dec 15, 4:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamThe 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? [S]Thu, Dec 15, 12:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamFrom 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. [S]Thu, Dec 15, 7:59 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamMysteries 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. [S]Wed, Dec 14, 4:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamGold 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. [S]Wed, Dec 14, 12:00 PMYesterday59 mins
Time TeamMysteries 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. [S]Wed, Dec 14, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamKeeping 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. [S]Tue, Dec 13, 4:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamKeeping 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. [S]Tue, Dec 13, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamThe 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. [S]Mon, Dec 12, 12:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamSaxons 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. [S]Mon, Dec 12, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamBlitzkrieg 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. [S]Fri, Dec 9, 4:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamBlitzkrieg 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. [S]Fri, Dec 9, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamThe 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? [S]Thu, Dec 8, 4:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamStreet 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. [S]Thu, Dec 8, 12:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamThe 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? [S]Thu, Dec 8, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamGold 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. [S]Wed, Dec 7, 4:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamGold 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. [S]Wed, Dec 7, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamBodies 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? [S]Tue, Dec 6, 4:00 PMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamBodies 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? [S]Tue, Dec 6, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins
Time TeamThe 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. [S]Mon, Dec 5, 8:00 AMYesterday60 mins