Time Team

January 2019
1:00:00

Toga Town (S16E4)

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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.
1:00:00

The Trouble with Temples (S16E1)

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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.
1:00:00

Toga Town (S16E4)

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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.
1:00:00

The Trouble with Temples (S16E1)

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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.
50:00

The House of the White Queen (S18E7)

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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.
1:10:00

Under the Gravestones (S18E6)

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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.
55:00

The Furnace in the Forest (S18E5)

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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.
1:00:00

Hermit Harbour: Looe, Cornwall (S16E9)

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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?
1:00:00

Anarchy in the UK: Radcot, Oxfordshire (S16E7)

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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.
1:00:00

Hermit Harbour: Looe, Cornwall (S16E9)

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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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