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Sunday 5:45 PM on Channel 4 Premiered Jan 16, 1994 In Season

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Episode Guide

  • Season 1
    • Dorchester, Oxfordshire
      Unaired Pilot Three local people asked the Team to answer the following questions. Dorothy Godfrey: Dear Tony and the Time Team. For years, members of our allotment association have been unearthing bits of pots and the odd human bone. We'd like to know more about what's going on underneath our allotments. Roy Bowles: Dear Time Team. 1,350 years ago St Birinius built a cathedral on a site in Dorchester. I think we might be able to find it. Can you help? Jerry Nudd: Dear Mick and co. Whilst putting in a fence post for my son, I found some rather unusual remains. Can you tell us what lies under the rest of the field? Dorchester is situated 10 miles south of Oxford on a historical crossing point of the River Thames. So Time Team had the weekend to answer the three questions. They stayed at the George Hotel and the headquarters for this episode was at the Abbey Guesthouse.moreless
    • Clipstone, Nottinghamshire

      King John's Lost Palace

      Tony and the Team don their hunting green, pick up their bows and arrows and head for the fringes of Sherwood Forest, where residents of Clipstone village in Nottinghamshire believe some impressive ruins in a farmer's field may have played a part in the ancient tales of Robin Hood and Bad King John.

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    • Clipstone, Nottinghamshire

      King John's Lost Palace

      The team heards for the fringes of Sherwood Forest, where residents of Clipstone village in Nottinghamshire believe some impressive ruins in a farmer's field may have played a part in the ancient tales of Robin Hood and Bad King John.

    • Athelney, Somerset
      1/16/94
      9.9
      The Guerilla base of the the King The Time Team unravels the secrets of Athelney in Somerset using geophysical techniques to reveal the complete outline of a mediaeval abbey. Within computer-images projected on the screen by the below-surface complex, they pinpoint the lines of what looks like an ecclesiastical predecessor of a small abbey founded by Alfred.moreless
    • Ribchester, Lancashire
      1/23/94
      9.6
      The Roman auxiliary fort of Bremetennacum Mick Aston and Tony Robinson reveal how the Roman army survived around 100AD in the remote frontier site of Ribchester, Lancashire. They find traces of Roman defences beneath local fields and excavate the outline of a stone-built corner tower of a fort in a back garden.moreless
    • Much Wenlock, Shropshire
      1/30/94
      9.4
      Medieval Guildhall Old foundations found in a garden may be one of the first houses to be built in the town. How did Much Wenlock become a big market town as it is today? The Team reveal evidence of a 13th-century aisled hall in a present-day garden in Much Wenlock. Through the identification of 13th-century pottery finds and dendrochronology, they link the building with visits by Henry II.moreless
    • Llangorse Lake, Powys
      2/6/94
      10
      The Fortress in the Lake In the Dark Ages, a powerful king decided to show how powerful he was and built a man made island in the middle of a lake and stuck a palace on top of it. Who was the king and who were the builders and what happened to them all? The time team visits the site of this Dark Age man-made island, known as a Crannog, in Llangorse Lake near Brecon in Wales.moreless
  • Season 2
  • Season 3
  • Season 4
  • Season 5
  • Season 6
  • Season 7
  • Season 8
  • Season 9
  • Season 10
  • Season 11
  • Season 12
  • Season 13
  • Season 14
  • Season 15
  • Season 16
  • Season 17
  • Season 18
  • Season 19
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