Hi — we're nearly there! To complete your registration with us, please verify your email address.

Time Team

The Team investigate a site in Somerset that could hold the key to a crucial phase in English history: Alfred the Great's defeat of the Danes. Were this orchard and farmland once Alfred's fortress?

First shown: 16 Jan 1994

Feature

More4 aired a night of programmes in memory of Time Team's archaeological director and one of the top archaeologists in the country, Professor Mick Aston, who died on 24 June 2013.

Feature

Northwood Prep School in Hertfordshire is currently the site of a school for boys, housed in the restored buildings of an 18th century model farm

Advertisement

Series 19 Videos

Article

These forts on the North Norfolk coast faced the Germanic kingdoms of Europe, who posed an ever growing threat to the rapidly fragmenting Roman Empire

Feature

Henham Park in Suffolk is owned by Hektor Rous, direct descendent of the Earls of Stradbroke

Feature

The City of Swansea was known as 'Copperopolis' in the 18th and 19th centuries and is one of the earliest industrial centres of Wales