Sunday evening is Time Team Teatime!

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For a little bit of calm and continuity in these strange times, we've decided to start a Sunday Time Team Teatime. While many of us are stuck inside in isolation, let's come together in spirit, following a tradition started over 25 years ago!

So, don't forget to join us in watching Time Team tonight (Sunday 29th March) at 6pm BST on your local streaming service. We'll be watching Episode 2 from Series 7: 'The Mosaic at the Bottom of the Garden', filmed in Cirencester.

This will be followed by an exclusive after-show event on the official Time Team Facebook page at 7pm BST. We've got a whole host of exciting and exclusive things planned including:

  • A live Q&A with series producer Tim Taylor
  • New interviews with Carenza Lewis and Neil Holbrook
  • Behind-the-scenes photos
  • Prizes to be won
  • And lots more!

We hope you can join us, wherever you are in the world. 

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When will be watching Time Team?

6pm BST (British Summer Time) on Sunday 29th March. 


Which specific episode will we be watching?

'Cirencester: The Mosaic at the Bottom of Garden': Episode 2, Series 7

We appreciate that this particular episode may not be available on all services in every territory worldwide. However, if you are unable to find it, please feel free to get into the spirit by watching another available episode instead. Either way, we hope you'll still join us for the live after-show event on Facebook.

How to watch Time Team with us? 

For fans based in the UK and Ireland, the easiest way to watch the episode will be on Channel 4’s online streaming service: All 4. The specific episode can be found here:

https://www.channel4.com/programmes/time-team/on-demand/27818-002

If you haven’t already set up an All 4 account, it’s very easy to do – simply use this link and follow the steps to register:

https://www.channel4.com

You may need to download an upgrade for Adobe Flash Player and restart your computer.

Worldwide fans will need to check the streaming services available in your specific territories. A simple online search should bring up available options. 

Needless to say, whilst we’re always delighted to see fans looking for their next Time Team fix, we recommend enjoying the show with us through an official, authorised service. Beware that online bootlegs are often poorly edited or mislabeled, so you may find yourself watching an incomplete version of the programme – or the wrong episode entirely!

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