To celebrate an amazing 32 weeks of Teatime, we decided to relive some of our favourite moments, from comparing tools with Ken Follett and entering the Labyrinth with Kate Mosse, to catching up with Philippa Gregory and exploring the Last Kingdom with Bernard Cornwell.
There's lots more to come too!
We also challenged you to have a go at our 'Just For Fun' Teatime quiz. So, how well do you know your Teatime sessions? Will you be crowned the ultimate Teatime superfan? Here are the answers... and remember, it's just for fun. We're all winners here!
Q1: Which Time Team regular won a 'long service medal' for filming 100 episodes?
A: Our resident surveyor, Henry Chapman.
Q2: According to Michael Morpurgo, what unusual historic artefact did a French school child discover in the garden?
A: A World War I tank!
Q3: Which artefact did Philippa Gregory fondly remember looking at on the Time Team shoot at Syon House?
A: Part of the frame from a pair of Medieval spectacles.
Q4: Judging by an impressive Dalek collection, which Time Team expert is a massive Dr Who fan?
A: Dr Miles Russell.
Q5: What did Time Team digger Jim Mower (who later became a producer on the show) consider to be the 'find of his lifetime'?
A: A large steatite 'soapstone' bowl on Fetlar (Shetland Isles) – apparently the largest of its type ever to be discovered in Scotland. Well done Jim!