Time Team - Season 11

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

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Episode Guide

  • Cranborne Chase, Dorset
    3/28/04
    8.3
    Roman villa and Prehistoric burials
  • Roxburgh, Scottish Borders
    3/21/04
    0.0
    The Lost City of Roxburgh.
  • Ipswich, Suffolk
    Ipswich, Suffolk
    Episode 11
    3/14/04
    8.0
    Back-Garden Archaeology: Revisiting a Roman Villa.
  • Nassington, Northamptonshire
    3/7/04
    5.0
    King Cnut's Manor.
  • Sinodun Hills, Oxfordshire
    2/1/04
    8.3
    From Iron-Age Rubbish Pits to a Roman Villa.
  • Goldcliff, Newport
    Goldcliff, Newport
    Episode 8
    2/22/04
    8.0
    Human Footprints on a Mesolithic Foreshore.
  • Oakamoor, Staffordshire
    2/15/04
    8.0
    A Medieval Blast Furnace.
  • Green Island, Dorset
    2/8/04
    8.0
    An Iron-Age Trading Centre.
  • Syndale, Kent
    Syndale, Kent
    Episode 5
    2/1/04
    0.0
    The Roman Fort That Wasn't There.
  • South Carlton, Lincolnshire
    1/25/04
    8.3
    Saxon Burials on the Ridge.
  • Loch Migdale, Sutherland
    1/18/04
    8.0
    The Crannog in the Loch.
  • Whitestaunton, Somerset
    1/11/04
    9.1
    A Roman bath House and an Edwardian Folly.
  • Chiswick, London
    Chiswick, London
    Episode 1
    1/4/04
    7.2
    In Search of the Brigittine Abbey.

    The team are at Syon House in Chiswick, West London, one of the country's best-preserved stately homes. Few people know that in its grounds once stood a 16th-century abbey.
  • TT Special 22 Normandy, France

    The Invasion Landings D-Day, Normandy.

  • TT Special 21 Ightham Mote, Kent

    The Ten Million Pound House

    A Time Team special on the restoration of Ightham Mote, a Grade 1 listed building in Kent.

  • TT Special 20 Loch Tay, Perthshire

    The Crannog In The Loch.

    In the summer of 2003, a small crew from Time Team spent eight weeks in the beautiful setting of Loch Tay, Perthshire, in Scotland.

    They were filming the ongoing underwater excavation of Oakbank crannog, an Iron-Age lake dwelling, which was first surveyed in 1979 and is the subject of a full-scale crannog reconstruction at the Scottish Crannog Centre on Loch Tay.

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  • TT Special 19 Sheffield, Yorkshire

    Sheffield, Steel City

    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 and the worst man-made disaster in British history were revealed as Time Team documented the work of the archaeologists who have spent more than six years digging through the remains of a city that was once the biggest producer of steel in the world.

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