About the Show
In this popular and (literally) groundbreaking programme, Tony Robinson and a team of experts travel the country to investigate a wide range of archaeological sites of historical importance
Series 11 Summary
Time Team excavate what they believe to be King Cnut's manor in Nassington, a Roman bath house in Whitestaunton, and a series of Saxon burials along the top of a high ridge in Lincolnshire.
Episode 1 - In Search of the Brigittine Abbey, Syon House
The Team descend on Syon House, west London to search for the site of Syon Abbey, one of England's richest abbeys, founded by Henry V and dissolved by Henry VIII in 1539
Episode 2 - A Roman Bath House and an Edwardian Folly, Whitestaunton
Tony Robinson and the Team descend on the grounds of a medieval manor house in Somerset to investigate a possible Roman villa lying at the bottom of the garden
Episode 3 - The Crannog in the Loch, Loch Migdale
The Team are at Loch Migdale in the Highlands diving, hill walking and digging around a mysterious island to piece together the story of Highland life 2000 to 3000 years ago
Episode 4 - Saxon Burials on the Ridge, South Carlton
In a field near Lincoln, Anglo-Saxon brooches, pins and clasps uncovered by metal detectorists point to an undiscovered cemetery. Tony Robinson and the Team investigate.
Episode 5 - The Roman Fort that Wasn't There, Syndale
The grounds of a Kent hotel have yielded a wide range of intriguing finds: ditches, ramparts, coins and pottery. Could this be the invading Roman army's first fort?
Episode 6 - An Iron-Age Trading Centre, Green Island
Poole Harbour was a thriving port in the Iron Age, but could Green Island in the centre of the harbour have been a site of earlier industrial mass production?
Episode 7 - A Medieval Blast Furnace, Oakamoor
Was a quiet rural valley in Staffordshire once home to a mass of blacksmiths' furnaces and do they date back even further than the Elizabethan age?
Episode 8 - Human Footprints on a Mesolithic Foreshore, Goldcliff
As the beach of the Severn river erodes, it reveals astonishing evidence of some of this country's earliest inhabitants
Episode 9 - From Iron-Age Rubbish Pits to a Roman Villa, Wittenham
The Iron Age hill fort in Wittenham is an impressive monument. But it's dwarfed by a neighbouring hill less than 150 metres away. What did the Iron Age tribe use this second, much larger, hill for?
Episode 10 - Cranborne Chase, Dorset
The Team visit Dorset farmer Simon Meadon's land, which is packed with archaeology, including a large Roman building which might be a villa
Episode 11 - King Cnut's manor, Nassington
The Team delve under the floorboards at Ogling, a 15th-century manor, in their attempt to locate a fine Saxon hall that once belonged to King Canute
Episode 12 - Back-Garden Archaeology Revisiting a Roman Villa, Ipswich
Back in the 1940s, Basil Brown uncovered enough Roman remains near Ipswich to believe he had found the largest villa in East Anglia. Time Team return to the site to see if he was right.
Episode 13 - The Lost City of Roxburgh, Roxburgh
Five hundred years ago Roxburgh was one of Scotland's major cities. Tony Robinson and the Team have just three days to uncover the remains of one of the country's most important sites.