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Discover the latest Time Team news as well as developments from the wider worlds of archaeology and history.

  • Meet the Team: Jimmy Adcock

    In the very first of a brand new feature, we meet geophys expert, Jimmy Adcock, who tells us more about his antics on Time Team, as well as his latest globetrotting adventures.

    Do you remember … more

  • Where are we? No. 6

    We’ve been reliving some of our favourite Time Team episodes since first airing way back in 1994. In this feature, 'Where are we?', we're sharing snippets taken from Tony’s opening … more

  • Magic Moments: No. 6

    "On the Hadrian's Wall programme, I was sent out to draw the cremation of a dead sheep. We'd just got this huge fire blazing when there was a torrential downpour. They were filming at the time so I … more

  • Share your own Dig Village adventure

    Are you planning to kickstart your own local history project? Dig Village needs you!

    If you’ve bought a copy of Dig Village, or perhaps received it for Christmas, then firstly – thank … more

  • Magic Moments: No. 5

    “The live programme at Canterbury was my favourite. The archaeology was outstanding and the parties even better. At one stage, Tony’s autocue completely failed. He coasted for about 10 … more

  • Where are we? No. 5

    We’ve been reliving some of our favourite Time Team episodes since first airing way back in 1994. In this feature, 'Where are we?', we're sharing snippets taken from Tony’s opening … more

  • Where are we? No. 4

    We’ve been reliving some of our favourite Time Team episodes since first airing way back in 1994. In this feature, 'Where are we?', we're sharing snippets taken from Tony’s opening … more

  • Time Team announces new book Dig Village

    Time Team has announced the publication of a brand new book, Dig Village, written by series creator, producer and bestselling author, Tim Taylor.

    Time Team's Dig Village is the ultimate hands-on … more

  • Where are we? No. 3

    We’ve been reliving some of our favourite Time Team episodes since first airing way back in 1994. In this feature, 'Where are we?', we're sharing snippets taken from Tony’s opening … more

  • Mass child burials discovered in Peru

    Hundreds of infant burials have been discovered in Peru. As reported in The Telegraph, the site in Huanchaco, which contains the 500-year-old remains of 227 children, is said to be the site of the … more

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