Britain's Ancient Tracks with Tony Robinson
2 Series, 7 Episodes
The Team head for the intriguingly named Harold's Field in South Wales, where local legend has it that King Harold built a hunting lodge. But is there any truth in the tale?
Tony and the Team dig at a huge Roman fort in County Durham, revealing an extensive cemetery
In County Durham, Tony and the Team investigate a massive stone structure, known locally as The Castles, which has baffled people for centuries. Can the Team work out what it is?
Tony and the Team head off the beaten track in Lincolnshire to discover why a metal detector enthusiast has discovered hundreds of Roman and Iron Age finds in a muddy field
Tony and the Team travel to the Hebridean island of Barra, where a storm ripped apart one of the dunes, revealing Bronze Age burials
Tony and the Team unearth some incredible finds at Codnor Castle in Derbyshire, a medieval fortress once grand enough to host royal visits
Tony and the Team investigate the site of 900-year-old Sewardsley Priory, where a small, impoverished nunnery's nuns were accused of witchcraft, begging and debauchery
Tony and the Team visit a south London suburb to unearth the hidden archaeology of the biggest British battle that never was: the defences against a feared Nazi invasion in 1940
In Leicestershire, Tony and the Team uncover the rarest of archaeological finds: an Anglo-Saxon settlement, discovered when locals found pieces of 1200-year-old pottery in a field
In a field just outside Bath, the Team investigate the remains of what could have been one of the country's finest Georgian houses
Tony and the Team unearth the secrets of a field in the Cotswolds where Roman coins and a section of mosaic floor have been found
Tony and the Team visit Cornwall to work out why a wealth of 1500-year-old pottery and metalwork from as far away as North Africa and Turkey has been found in a Padstow field
The Team dig into the stronghold of the O'Neill clan on a hill above the city of Dungannon in Northern Ireland; a castle seized by English forces in 1602