The  Time Team  are back!

Join Tony Robinson and friends at a number of noted and less well known archaeological sites across Britain.  Expect grubby hands, evocative insights, intriguing discoveries, revealing reconstructions, plenty of arguments amongst the experts and the usual excitement from the team.We are very excited to mark the start of series 19 of the long-running and much beloved archaeology programme, which as ever is packed with fascinating sites.

See below for a sneak preview of what to expect in the coming weeks, and make sure you pick up the forthcoming issue of  Current Archaeology (264) to see our two-page insight into what digging with the Team is all about.

 

 

 

 

Series 19: episode list
  1. Dig by Wire — 22 Jan, Gateholm, Pembrokeshire
  2. A Village Affair — 29 Jan, Bitterley,Shropshire
  3. The Drowned Town — 5 Feb, Dunwich,Suffolk
  4. The First King of Racing — 12 Feb,Newmarket,Suffolk
  5. Chapel of Secrets — 19 Feb, Beadnell, Co.Durham
  6. A Copper Bottomed Dig -26 Feb,Swansea
  7. The Only Earl is Essex — 4 March, Earls Colne, Essex
  8. Secrets of the Dunes — 11 March, Kenfig, Bridgend
  9. Rome’s Wild West — 18 March, Caerleon,Newport
  10.  How to Lose a Castle — 25 March, Crewkerne,Somerset
  11. King John’s LostPalace— 1st April, Clipstone, Nottinghamshire
  12. Time Team Guide to Burial — 8th April, compilation
  13. Time Team Greatest Discoveries — 15 April, compilation

One Comment

  1. margaret wayling
    February 24, 2013 @ 3:37 pm

    Our family love watching Time Team, the rapport between everyone is great. l have notice of late that matt williams is wearing a wedding ring, when did this happen. Also tony is sporting a wedding ring, l did hear that he had got married, l am interested to know which of the team is married and who is not. Does anyone know. keep up the good work team, knowledge of our past is a wonderful thing, learning new things everyday, when at school history was one of my good subjects.

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