In this popular and (literally) groundbreaking programme, Tony Robinson and a team of experts travel the country to investigate a wide range of archaeological sites of historical importance
Was a female skeleton found in Cornwall a leper from a 13th-century colony, a casualty of the Civil War or a plague victim? Or was she put to death after being tried at the Launceston Assizes?
Among the sites in the fourth series are a possible 13th-century leper hospital in Cornwall, mysterious stones in a Glasgow graveyard and Malton, one of the most precious sites in English heritage
St Mary's City, Maryland: The Team join American experts to examine the history of Maryland's early English settlers
Series 4 Episode 1
Launceston Church: Was a female skeleton found in Cornwall a leper, a Civil War casualty or a plague victim?
Series 4 Episode 2
Birmingham: Tony and the Team dig up Birmingham's gardens to find Matthew Boulton's 18th-century mint
Series 4 Episode 3
Govan: Several large, intricately carved gravestones have been found in a Glasgow graveyard
Series 4 Episode 4
Malton: A mass of nettles in Yorkshire conceals 2000 years of history, including a Roman fort
Series 4 Episode 5
Nethcravon: In 1907, a colonel discovered part of a mosaic in Wiltshire. Was it from a Roman villa?
Series 4 Episode 6