Time Team

September 2017

Hopton Castle

3.0 4 x
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.

Sutton Courtenay

3.0 3 x
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.

Death and Dominoes: The First PoW Camp

3.0 3 x
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.

Piercebridge

3.0 5 x
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.

Mull

3.0 3 x
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.

Corridors of Power: Westminster Abbey

3.0 4 x
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.

Skeletons in the Shed: Blythburgh, Suffolk

3.0 5 x
Our favourite archaeologists turn detectives as they probe the link between several human skulls and the nearby ruins of a medieval priory.

Buried Bishops and Belfries: Salisbury Cathedral

3.0 5 x
The Team spend three days snooping around the site of Salisbury Cathedral, discovering the long-lost bell tower - and some bones.

Heroes' Hill

3.0 3 x
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.

Called to the Bar: Lincoln's Inn, London

3.0 5 x
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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