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
Discover the latest Time Team news as well as developments from the wider worlds of archaeology and history.
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
The winners for our competition in association with the Young Archaeologists' Club (YAC) have been revealed at the Festival of Archaeology at the British Museum, in central London.
YAC is a … more
“The Live at York was made up of three different sites, all near each other. One was a medieval hospital site and I did a drawing of the inmates that incorporated Tony, Mick and Phil. Another … more
In our ongoing series, team members share their memories of poignant moments on Time Team, continuing with our resident landscape archaeologist Stewart Ainsworth. “The most rewarding dig for me … more
Calling all budding archaeologists and YAC members... Would you like to be part of an exciting opportunity to test your creative skills? We're running a fantastic competition for children in … more
As part of our ongoing 25th birthday celebrations, we're sharing crew members' memories from some of our favourite shows. Let's kick things off with this anecdote from series creator and producer, … more
Well, it has been another busy week in the world of archaeology. The big headline has of course been the 75th anniversary of D-Day, with various events worldwide marking the moment in 1944 that … more