Britain's Ancient Tracks with Tony Robinson
2 Series, 7 Episodes
Tony and the Team visit Chenies Manor as they hope to discover what the house would have looked like when Henry VIII stayed there
The team investigate mysterious mounds that surround a Yorkshire village. Could they be the remains of an Anglo-Saxon saint's nunnery?
Time Team join a group of experts to try and solve the mystery of why two Douglas A26 Invader American bombers collided with each other just after take-off in November 1944
Twenty years ago, the Duke of Buccleuch discovered that the remains of a Roman fort might lie a few hundred metres from his home, Drumlanrig Castle near Dumfries. Time Team start digging.
A huge circular crop mark lies in the fens near Peterborough and archaeologists believe it is Neolithic. Is it a farming settlement or a crucial religious site? Time Team investigate.
Under the murky fast-flowing waters of the River Hamble near Southampton lies the skeleton of a great medieval warship. Is it the Grace Dieu, Henry V's naval flagship?
Tony Robinson and the Team search for a lost Roman villa in a field near Standish in Gloucestershire
Time Team provide some fascinating answers about the inhabitants of the legendary Wemyss Caves on Fife that are now under serious threat from erosion
The Team have three days to redraw the map of the picturesque town of St Osyth in Essex and establish whether the timbers found in the creek are the remains of a medieval wharf
Time Team heads to Dorset, inspired by the intriguing discovery of Roman brooches and coins in a hilltop field, but what they find isn't the Roman Temple they had imagined
Loyal Time Team fan Frances Davies may have led the team to an amazing discovery of a whole Norman village in her field in East Yorkshire, a village lost to the records
South Shields is well known for its Roman fort at the end of Hadrian's Wall. The team visit in an attempt to uncover the large Roman military cemetery that must be nearby.
Unusual carved stonework, and a huge quantity of 11th to 13th-century pottery and some high-status finds brought Time Team on a hunt for a Norman house or hunting lodge in this former royal forest