Britain's Ancient Tracks with Tony Robinson
2 Series, 7 Episodes
The team meet Morris and Pat Jones who, when digging a pond in their Northamptonshire garden, unearthed a skeleton - laid out with a knife, ceremonial pottery and a valuable buckle
Tony Robinson and the Team meet a Somerset farmer who unexpectedly uncovered a Roman mosaic floor under his pigsties
Time Team travels to the Peak District to uncover the story behind a grisly discovery: a mysterious collection of human bones in a deep cave in Derbyshire
The team visits a remote Scottish island to investigate an ancient local myth. What's the truth behind a cliff-top mound known as the Giant's Grave?
The Team visit Greenwich in search of Henry VIII's lost armoury and jousting yard, which was located beside his favourite palace - now the site for the Naval College and Maritime Museum
Tony Robinson and the team hunt for Liberty's first fabrics factory in South London
Tony Robinson and the team visit one of Britain's finest structures - The Royal Crescent in Bath - and their excavations unearth some Roman skeletons and a road.
Tony Robinson and the team return to a site they originally investigated in the very first series: Athelney, one of England's most important historic sites
Time Team travels to the world famous Kew Gardens - but how many of its visitors know they're walking on top of a lost royal palace? The team has just three days to piece it all together.
A rare Bronze Age cemetery provides the cue for Tony and the Team to take on a rescue mission in Fife before developers move onto the land
Tony Robinson and the team are invited to dig up the lawns of one of Britain's grandest stately homes, Castle Howard in Yorkshire
Tony Robinson and the team investigate aerial photos of fields outside Sedgefield that look like a lost Roman town - a town that could be Britain's most northerly Roman civilian settlement.
Tony Robinson and the team investigate the old market town of Appleby in Cumbria where a police station is on the site of no fewer than three historic gaols, now buried under the car park.