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

  • 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

  • YAC competition winners revealed!

    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

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