Digging for Dinosaurs
Tony Robinson and Phil Harding travelled to the Rocky Mountains in Montana, USA, for this special programme on dinosaurs and the 'dinosaur hunters' who discover and dig up their fossil remains.
The methods used by the dinosaur hunters turned out to be very similar to those employed by archaeologists. And although Phil found he was making more use of a hammer and chisel than his usual digger's trowel, there was much more with which he was familiar from archaeological excavations.
After joining a museum dig to excavate the bones of the T-Rex's ancestor, they uncover the big bucks tourist industry that dinosaur hunting has spawned in the US. Their journey culminates in a trip to the Badlands, where they help dinosaur hunter Jack Horner dig up the remains of a T-Rex.moreless
Digging deep into the Island of the Eels
Time Team has uncovered a remarkable picture of Ely in past centuries: channels where boats used to moor to load and unload goods; a medieval kiln with huge quantities of high-quality pottery finds; and a number of buildings fronting the road at Broad Street.moreless
Coventry's Lost Cathedral
The excavation of Coventry's first cathedral is the most important cathedral dig in more than 25 years. It was thought to have been virtually obliterated by Henry VIII. But a great deal more has survived than expected.
The Bone Cave.
A tiny entrance to a cave in Alveston leads to a grisly discovery. A natural underground chamber floor is littered with animal and human bones.
This special programme looked behind the scenes at some of the things that you don't usually see in the Time Team programmes.
The Mystery of Mine Howe
The Team travels to Orkney, where local farmer Douglas Paterson went in search of a mysterious underground chamber, said to be lost on his land after its discovery some 50 years earlier.
From Neolithic to Gothic
This programme plots the nation's past by examining the finds and revelations of the last seven series. The experts revisit c UK archaeological sites, such as Grimes Graves and Bede's World, and examine key digs from the programme's past, to look at how archaeologists have interpreted the nation's history.
Tintagel, at the Centre of the Myth
Time Team is on a quest, searching for the truth behind the myth, mystery and multi-million-pound industry which has grown up around Arthur – the alleged 'King of the Britons'.