TV Episodes Full List of Time Team Episodes

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Below is a complete Time Team episode list that spans the show's entire TV run. Photos from the individual Time Team episodes are listed along with the Time Team episode names when available, as are the dates of the original airing of the episode. Time Team episodes from every season can be seen below, along with fun facts about who directed the episodes, the stars of the and sometimes even information like shooting locations and original air dates. Everything from “Turkdean, Gloucestershire” to “Richmond, Surrey” is included on this list. Are you remembering a funny scene but can't think of the name that the Time Team episode is from? Scroll below and you'll find what you're looking for.

London - Londinium, Edge Of An Empire Apr 22 2002 - 2000 years ago, London didn’t exist. It was created by the Romans in the first century AD. They settled just over there in what we now call the city. It started as a simple bridge over a river, ...more

Colchester, Essex - Britain's Lost Roman Circus Jun 20 2005 - Tony Robinson, Phil Harding and Guy de la Bedoyere tell the story of the discovery of the only Roman circus ever found in Britain, just outside Colchester's Roman walls. They investigate the ...more

Durrington, Somerset - Durrington Walls Nov 28 2005 - Stonehenge may be Britain's most famous henge: a massive monument and ancient construction that is shrouded in mystery. But a mile away is an even bigger henge: Durrington Walls. In a major ...more

Tankerness, Orkney - The Mystery of Mine Howe Dec 27 2000 - I’m in a remote farm in the Orkneys on a little hillock called Mine Howe. For years there have been stories around here of tunnels under the roads and mysterious underground rooms, which have ...more

The Wreck Of The Colossus Oct 31 2002 - HMS Victory, probably the most famous English warship of all time. Everyone knows the story of how the Victory, under the command of Admiral Lord Nelson routed the French at the battle of ...more

Holme-Next-The-Sea, Norfolk - The Mystery of Seahenge Dec 29 1999 - Last year, on this bleak and beautiful stretch of Norfolk coastline, a local man made an extraordinary discovery. Walking the beach at low tide he found a bronze axe head. Nearby, was a ...more

Extra. Downpatrick, County Down Feb 22 1998 -

Ten Years of Time Team Dec 27 2002 - Ten years ago university lecturer, Mick Aston was teaching archaeology to classes of just 30 students. Now, thanks to television, Mick, Tony and the team reach an audience of over 3 million. ...more

Washingborough, Lincoln - Life on the Edge 1000 Years BC Jun 27 2005 - Three thousand years ago the River Witham, just outside Lincoln, was a busy place. In the cold wet Autumn of 2004, archaeologists were given just six weeks to rescue the fragile evidence of a ...more

Sheffield, South Yorkshire - Sheffield Steel City Mar 22 2004 - The team followed ARCUS, the Archaeological Research and Consultancy at the University of Sheffield, on some of its excavations into Sheffield's industrial past. Early death, deadly machinery ...more

The Time Team History Of Britain Dec 27 2000 - I’m in a remote farm in the Orkneys on a little hillock called Mine Howe. For years there have been stories around here of tunnels under the roads and mysterious underground rooms, which have ...more

Time Team, Big Dig Dec 29 2003 - Digs at Great Easton, Leicestershire; Wolverhampton; Barnet; Oakamoor; Preston; Cheltenham; Upminster and Groundwell Ridge in Swindon.

Windsor Castle, Berkshire - The Real Knights of the Round Table Feb 25 2008 - Under the Queen's private lawn at Windsor Castle lie the foundations of one of the most enigmatic - and significant - buildings in English history: the Round Table. The building was lost until ...more

The Real King Arthur Dec 24 2000 - Once upon a time, there lived the greatest hero we’ve ever known. He was brought up by the wise wizard Merlin; he became king of the Britain’s when he pulled the sword from the stone; he married ...more

Swords, Skulls and Strongholds May 19 2008 - Britain is a land of monuments and buildings stretching back over seven thousand years, and in many ways they'd reflect the history of its people. Symbols of empire and civic pride from the ...more

Dinnington, Somerset - Big Roman Villa Jan 08 2006 - Tony Robinson presents the story of the excavation of a big Roman villa in Somerset, originally discovered by Time Team in 2002 and revisited in 2005. The programme demonstrates how the villa ...more

Extra. Greylake, Somerset Jan 11 1998 -

Ely, Cambridgeshire - The Island of the Eels May 17 2001 - Time Team has been following an excavation in Ely, Cambridgeshire, for a 90-minute documentary screened on 17 May. It has uncovered a remarkable picture of Ely in past centuries: channels where ...more

Britain's Drowned World Apr 24 2007 - Until about 8,000 years ago Britain was part of the European continent. Then the ice melted, rivers flooded, seas rose and, hey presto, the land that joined us to France, Holland and Denmark ...more

Extra. Orkney, Scotland Jan 18 1998 -

Extra. High Worsall, North Yorkshire Mar 01 1998 -

Extra. Mallorca, Spain Feb 01 1998 -

Barley Hall, York - Christmas Special Barley Hall Dec 19 1999 - This pre-Christmas special offers a taster of what is coming up in the next series – and provides an update on previous Time Team digs. Presented by Tony Robinson from York's Barley Hall, where ...more

Ightham Mote - The Ten Million Pound House May 03 2004 - Hidden away in Kent is an architectural gem. A house that has some how survived with a little bit of every fashion imposed on it over seven centuries. This is Ightham Mote near Sevenoaks, bits ...more

D-Day, Normandy - The Invasion Landings May 31 2004 - 60 years ago on D-Day, the allies invaded Nazi occupied France. The invasion force made up of a 150,000 US, British and Canadian troops, was the largest in the history of western civilization. ...more

Yorkhire - Codename, Ainsbrook Jan 14 2008 - Time Team reports on a prickly issue in the world of old artefacts whilst on a secret investigation into a possible Viking boat burial in Yorkshire. After metal detectorists make a major ...more

Loch Tay, Perthshire, Scotland - The Crannog in the Loch Apr 19 2004 - Loch Tay, and the kind of view that draws people to Scotland. But the landscape isn’t the main attraction for archaeologists Nick Dixon and Barrie Andrian, who are much more interested in what ...more

Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and Holyrood Palace - The Big Royal Dig Dec 31 2006 - A special edition of the archaeology programme to mark The Queen's 80th birthday. Tony Robinson and his team of historians are granted exclusive access to investigate three royal sites - ...more

Prittlewell, Essex - The King of Bling Jun 13 2005 - It might not seem it, but this damp piece of unprepresessing scrub is at the heart of one of the most important discoveries in British archaeological history. Just below the surface here, ...more

Canterbury, Kent - The Big Dig in Canterbury Apr 15 2002 - I’m right at the top of Canterbury cathedral and a few hundred feet below me, the most ambitious urban archaeological project the country’s ever known, has just begun. One eighth of the entire ...more

Much Wenlock, Shropshire - Christmas Special - Much Wenlock Dec 28 1997 - As a curtain-raiser for the 1998 series of Time Team, which started in January 1998, Tony and the team gathered. The first Time Team special to air took a look back over the last five years. ...more

Secrets of the Stately Garden Aug 27 2007 - Tony Robinson takes us on a grand tour around some of our finest stately gardens, where he visits extraordinary grottoes and fanciful follies, and uncovers sexy secrets concealed in apparently ...more

Dinosaur Belt, Montana, USA - Dinosaur Hunters Dec 23 2001 - If you think archaeologists with their strange haircuts and their bizarre dress sense and their obsession with all the rubbish from ancient civilizations are a funny lot, you ain’t seen nothing ...more

Hadrian's Well Apr 10 2003 - A team of expert engineers, archaeologists and craftsmen are about to join forces in an epic archaeological experiment, to build a full size working replica of a Roman water lifting machine. At ...more

Liverpool, Merseyside - Liverpool's Lost Dock Apr 21 2008 - The team are given access to the largest dig in the programme's history as they scour the 42-acre site of the Paradise project in Liverpool to unearth the secrets of the new European Capital of ...more

The Mystery of the Roman Treasure Dec 26 2008 - Somewhere in the Roman empire at the end of the 4th century lived a very rich man. The man's name was Sevso. How he got his wealth and what he did during his life are lost in the mists of time. ...more

Behind The Scenes At Time Team Jan 07 2001 - This special programme looked behind the scenes at some of the things that you don't usually see in the normal Time Team programmes.

Shoreditch Park, London - Buried By The Blitz Oct 29 2006 - In order to commemorate the 60th anniversary of VE day, archaeologists from the Museum of London enlist the aid of dozens of volunteers to excavate Dorchester Street in Shoreditch, London.

Virginia, USA - Jamestown, America's Birthplace May 01 2007 - The Time Team archaeologists make a 400th-anniversary visit to Jamestown, Virginia, the first permanent English settlement in America. Jamestown is the birthplace of the United States and ...more

Flanders - The Lost World War I Bunker Nov 10 2008 - To mark the 90th anniversary of the end of the First World War, Tony Robinson travels to the Somme. When shelling turned the battlefield of the Somme into a hell on earth, Britain's best miners ...more

Extra. Aston Eyre, Shropshire Feb 08 1998 -

Extra. Turkdean, Gloucestershire Jan 25 1998 -

Coventry Cathedral, Coventry's Lost Cathedral Mar 08 2001 - Welcome to what used to be the quiet backgarden of Coventry Cathedral's offices. Quiet that is, until Time Team kick-started an excavation into St Mary's, Coventry's first Cathedral which was ...more

Extra. Richmond, Surrey Jan 04 1998 -

Alveston, Gloucestershire - The Bone Caves Mar 01 2001 - The Battle of Bosworth was the decisive battle of the Wars of the Roses. It was the beginning of the end of three decades of treason, rebellion and dynastic warfare. Against huge odds, Henry ...more

York Mar 26 2000 - The dig's archaeological highs and lows are crammed into just 60 minutes in York where the finds range from a Roman skeleton complete with hobnailed boots, a Viking's discarded leather shoe, and ...more

Ramsgate, Kent - Pugin, The God of Gothic Mar 01 2007 - Tony Robinson talks us through the renovation of, perhaps, one of the most important homes ever built: Augustus Pugin's home in Ramsgate. In the mid-19th century, Pugin reinvented a medieval ...more

The Real Vikings Oct 11 2010 - Tony Robinson, Mick Aston and Phil Harding follow digs around the UK that uncover a vast array of archaeology and provide fascinating insights into our Viking past. Three centuries of Viking ...more

Bamburgh, Northumberland - Castle of the Saxon Kings Sep 11 2009 - Tony and the Team help investigate the Saxon roots of Bamburgh Castle, high on rocky cliffs in Northumberland above the vast North Sea beach and with the magical island of Lindisfarne visible in ...more

Dorchester, Oxfordshire (pilot clip) Mar 12 2006 - A clip of the unaired pilot is found on an old VHS-tape at the director's house after 13 years. The clip is the only piece that remains of the unaired pilot.