Tony Robinson and the team head to a golf course on the Isle of Man to investigate the remains of a keeill: a small stone chapel, possibly built by the Vikings
Tony Robinson and the archaeological team are called in to investigate a small Roman villa unearthed in a field in Somerset that may not be all it appears
Tony and the team head to Hooke Court in Dorset, a moated manor house with a mysterious past, determined to find out exactly how old it is and who once lived there
Tony Robinson and team visit the island of Anglesey to investigate a previously unknown site that could be a remnant from a lost world dominated by the Druids
Time Team investigates the history of the Shorncliffe Redoubt, piecing together how its design and use as a training ground for troops helped to develop the modern army and defend the coast
After a beautifully preserved Roman cheese press is discovered near the town of Stilton, Time Team can't resist going to investigate
Tony Robinson and the Team are in the village of Wicken on the edge of Milton Keynes, where evidence of a Saxon community begins to emerge
A fantastic array of Roman finds brings Tony Robinson and the team to a field in Cheshire to investigate what looks like an unknown Roman settlement
Tony Robinson and the Team are at the river Otter in Devon to dig for a watermill that is recorded in The Domesday Book of 1086
Archaeologists in Chesham believe they've found the remains of a medieval building under the manicured lawns of a Georgian house. Could it be the manor house of the infamous Cheyne family?
Six hundred Roman coins, 40 brooches and a peculiar piece of metal lead Tony and the Team to a Surrey field. Could it be the site of an unknown Roman temple?
Tony and the Team travel to Cheshire looking for a long-lost Abbey. Poulton was once home to a small community of Cistercian monks, who founded an Abbey on the banks of the river Dee.
Tony Robinson and the Team descend on the bleak landscape of Bodmin Moor to examine a vast, mysterious 300-metre-long stone structure