Time Team Specials
On the foreshore of the river Thames, just opposite the MI6 headquarters at Vauxhall, London, some old timbers have been discovered. Time Team has three days to find out what they are.
Ancaster in Lincolnshire lies on a major Roman road, Ermine Street. The only Roman remains visible today are some massive earth banks and ditches. What was here before them, and why were they built?
An amazing shipwreck lies some 20 metres down on the seabed just off the coast of Kinlochbervie, in north-west Scotland. But how did this it end up there, and was she once part of the Spanish Armada?
Under the watchful eyes of the guardians of one of the RAF's most secretive bases, Tony Robinson and the Team have just three days to investigate a most unusual 13th-century monastery
This programme takes Time Team back to the earliest beginnings of the Industrial Revolution in the area now known as the Ironbridge Gorge, in Shropshire
Can Time Team find the line of Roman road Ermine Street, no sign of which exists above ground in Cheshunt Park today?
Tony and the Team head investigate Cornwall's most important Iron Age site, a market in Helford
Huge defensive earthworks, remnants of one of the bloodiest Civil War sieges, surround a manor house in High Ercall, Shropshire. Can the Team uncover the secrets of its destruction?
The Team investigate a disused Second World War airfield that was originally designated as a mass burial site for cattle in the foot and mouth epidemic
Castleford, a former Yorkshire mining town, conceals a big secret. The Team try to uncover the huge fort and Roman highway that cut through the centre of the town.
A single stone stands on a hill at Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire. It's the only remnant of what was once a huge medieval castle. So where is the rest of this once-proud stronghold?
A field on the Isle of Wight contains scatterings of early pottery and some fine Roman metalwork. The area is known for one grand Roman villa - could this be the site of a second?
The cemetery that Time Team excavated in 2001 'Live' opened an important new window onto the so-called Dark Ages
Tony Robinson and the Team join up with 60 archaeologists in Canterbury to unravel 2000 years of the world famous city's history
Tony Robinson follows the excitement as a large team of archaeologists spend nine months digging a huge site in the heart of the City of London