When Steve and Pru Barlow fell in love with pretty Upton Castle in Pembrokeshire they had little idea what they were buying.
Tony and the team look at Cardinal Wolsey's lost palace.
Tony and the team search for a renegade Norman knight's lost Irish castle.
In South Oxfordshire, the team excavate a field that might hold an important Roman structure.
Tony heads to the best preserved 12th-century building in Britain, Oakham Castle.
Tony and the team head to the old copper mining areas of the Lake District.
An ancient site yields burials dating back to 2,000 BC, along with rare Saxon brooches, beads, spears and jewelry; just a mile from Stonehenge is the Barrow Clump, a huge mound of earth built by Bronze Age people to bury their dead.
Tony and the Team help charismatic Hektor Rous, the son of 'Aussie Earl' Keith Rous, piece together the mysterious history of the family's Tudor country home in Suffolk.
Tony Robinson and the Team investigate a huge hill near Cardiff that may be the long-lost Iron Age capital of South Wales.
The team's largest ever range and number of items from Roman Britain, and their most ambitious geophysics project to date.
The team explores the grounds around Belton House near Grantham which were home to thousands of men training for frontline duties in WWI.
Delving into the recent past, the Time Team uncovers evidence of Britain's biggest battle that never was.
The archaeologists have been invited to Norman Cross in rural Cambridgeshire to unearth the remains of the world's first Prisoner of War camp- a huge complex built by the British in 1797 to incarcerate 7000 Napoleonic soldiers and sailors.
When the owners of a Blythburgh home discover human skulls in a potting shed, the Time Team investigates.
Just outside Bath, the team investigates what could have been one of the country's grandest Georgian homes.
The archaeologists have three days to pin down the location of a lost sacristy and uncover the Anglo Saxon origins of the Abbey.
The team is asked to uncover the remains of a 13th century palace at Lincoln's Inn in London.
The team heads for the fringes of Sherwood Forest.
Tony and the team visit Crewkerne in Somerset, reputedly the site of a Norman motte and bailey.
The Roman legionary fort of Caerleon in South Wales is one of the most famous and best preserved Roman sites in Britain; Tony and the team join a group from Cardiff University to cast new light on a site once seen as solely a military outpost.
The town of Kenfig seems to have been a thriving success but then vanished; its ruins may still lie buried under sand dunes; Tony and the team look at the history of the town, how it disappeared and how the Welsh fought Anglo-Saxon settlers.
Tony and the team visit a Northumbrian promontory to look at a site connected to a 7th-century saint.
Tony Robinson and the team visit Newmarket, the birthplace of horse racing, in search of the earliest archaeological traces of the sport; they dig in the heart of the historic town, in search of the remains of Charles II's racing stables.
Tony Robinson and the team head to Dunwich; coastal erosion has eaten away most of this once-bustling settlement and before the whole place is lost to the sea, there's a chance to find out more about the origins of this dramatically situated town.
There's a problem in the chocolate-box village of Bitterley in Shropshire; the villagers have been exploring a bumpy field and believe that their village used to be much bigger, with the field full of houses and streets.
Tony and the team visit Gateholm Island off the west coast of Pembrokeshire; they look through a site that might have been a religious center.
In Cambridgeshire's Bedford Purlieus Wood, the team investigate spotted bits of Roman building poking out from the forest floor.
A dig at Buck Mill throws up constant reminders of the importance of wheat and bread to the medieval population, and of how rich millers could become.
The team investigate a moat in Llancaich.
The Team go on a challenging excavation to Jersey, where mountaineers have to help carry their equipment up to Mont Orgueil Castle.
Home to the White Queen: Elizabeth.
The team attempt to uncover an ornate mosaic floor in the burial grounds of the St Kyneburgha's church in Castor, Cambridgeshire.
The team uncover the highs and lows of the working life of Derwentcote.
Tony chooses his first-ever site for investigation: a German anti-aircraft battery built during the Nazis' five-year occupation of Jersey.
Tony and the team get a unique opportunity to dig at an army firing range at High Ham in Somerset, and investigate a series of mosaics first discovered 150 years ago.
In Leicestershire, the team investigate life and death in Anglo Saxon Britain.
In the bed of a Devon reservoir, the team piece together the story of thousands of years of rituals performed in this beautiful secret valley high up on Dartmoor.
The team excavates the Cotswalds but find what might be a Roman bath house or temple.
Excavating the site of a 900-year-old nunnary accused of witchcraft, begging and debauchery.
The Time Team uncovers Bronze Age ritual burials and Iron Age houses with everyday objects on the island of Barra.
Exploring a civilian settlement in Binchester, County Durham, which served to defend Dere Street.
The Time Team goes underground to piece together the layout of Codnor Castle, including discovering its' first drawbridge.
Tony and the team climb a remote Herefordshire hill to investigate a prehistoric site.
A Cambridgeshire village is where the digging team hunts for the missing remains of what is believed to be one of Britain's biggest Roman villas.
An eleventh-hour discovery finally cracks the secrets of Governor's Green in Portsmouth for Tony Robinson and the team.
The Team arrives at the Oxfordshire town of Burford to respond to very special challenge - from Time Team's own Professor Mick Aston.
The team find themselves lost in the mists of a Welsh forest as they investigate the remains of Tregruk, one of the biggest castles ever built in Britain.
In Wiltshire, the team investigate an entire lost Roman town where Britain's largest ever coin hoard was found.
The team visit the remains of Hopton Castle in Shropshire and attempt to put together a reconstruction of the battle which took place during the English Civil War.
The team gets a unique opportunity to investigate a set of buildings once occupied by Anglo Saxon royalty. It's the rarest of archaeological sites but amazingly, the team uncovers the biggest Saxon building ever discovered in Britain.
The team examine a stretch of the River Tees where local divers have discovered more than 2,000 Roman finds.
The team go to the Scottish island of Mull to investigate a site that maybe one of the earliest chapels in Scotland.
The time team gets to unearth secrets of the grass-covered remains of the medieval village of Ulnaby.
Tony Robinson and the Time Team investigate a site that may have been a spiritual center for thousands of years in East Anglia.
The Time Team travels to a tiny Cornish island which, according to legend, was visited by Jesus Christ.
Amateur archaeologists invite the Time Team to a Bedfordshire field where they've discovered Roman pottery, coins and building materials.
The team try to uncover what looks like the remains of a large medieval castle buried under the grass of a waterside field in Oxfordshire.
The team investigate the hallow grounds of Salisbury Cathedral, revealing a long-lost original bell tower.
The Risehill camp was built during the construction of the Settle to Carlisle railway and the men and women who lived here spent almost five years digging a tunnel through solid rock by hand.
Searching for 2,000-year-old secrets in Caerwent in South Wales.
The team reveals secrets of one of the biggest man-made monuments in Ireland -- the headland at Knockdhu on the County Atrim coast.
Tony and his team try to piece together the history of Scargill Castle in County Durham.
The Time Team searches for a Roman temple in Hertfordshire but finds much more.
Searching for a hunting lodge built by King Harold in South Wales.
The Time Team uncovers evidence of recycling by Romans more than 2,000 years earlier in Lincolnshire.
Time Team visits a cove near the Cornish village of Padstow to find evidence of a port visited by traders from all over the Mediterranean.
Archaeologists reveal a site encapsulating the turbulent relationship between Britain and Ireland, while Tony discovers a history hijacked by propagandists of both sides.
The Time Team searches for the Bodmin Moor of 10,000 years ago.
Searching for the late 12th century Poulton Abbey near Chester.
Exploring if a Roman temple once stood in a field in Godstone, near what was once a Roman road.
The team have over 900 years of history to investigate when they excavate a watermill on the banks of the River Otter in Devon.
Exploring the past of Chesham Bois House which dates to the time of Edward the Confessor.
Amateurs with metal detectors discover Roman artifacts near Manchester and the Time Team looks for evidence of a Roman settlement.
Residents of Wicken seek to have the Time Team determine whether Wick Hammon or Wick Dive is older.
The time Team discovers a Roman-era cheese press in Stilton.
Investigating the remains of the very first fort built to defend England against France in the 1790s.
The Time Team explores one of Britain's bloodiest events, the Roman suppression of Anglesey.
Hooke Court, a moated manor house in Dorset, has 500 years of evidence below the lawn which the Time Team attempts to examine.
Archaeologists at Blacklands in Somerset, who've been digging a small Roman villa for a few years, believe it dates back to just after the time of the Roman invasion.
A simple chapel is found under the seventh fairway of Mount Murray golf course on the Isle of Man, a relic of when Christianity and Norse paganism battled.
Searching stones and structures in northwest Scotland to determine if they are remains of a massive tower.
The Time Team investigates a mansion in Alfoldean, West Sussex which is a cross between a motorway service center and medieval inn.
The Time Team digs in Ffirth, North Wales to determine if a Roman bath house once existed there.
Trying to find evidence of the Saxon palace where Edward the Confessor was born.
The team travels to Sussex to investigate a Stone Age landscape littered with the remains of 6000-year-old flint mines and a Neolithic settlement.
Examining Queensborough Castle, the last royal palace of the medieval period, on the Isle of Shippey.
The team investigate evidence of farming over 1000 years on a property in Yorkshire Dales.
Exploring Eastry, Kent for evidence of a palace from Anglo-Saxon times.
The Time Team digs over a perfectly-preserved Roman boat on the outskirts of Utrecht, a supply route from the Roman Empire to Britain.
Wayneflete Tower is typical of the Tudor period but may just be the tip of the archaeological iceberg.
The first cotton mill in Manchester lies underneath posh shops and the Time Team looks to discover its layout.
Moles in a Cotswold field keep bringing up pieces of mosaic floor that may be linked to an important Roman villa that was discovered nearby.
Researchers question why numerous skeletons, found while digging a foundation for a new home in Northamptonshire, have not been discovered earlier.
Investigating a Roman cemetery located under Victorian terrace houses.
Remains are sparse on the Frances Davies farm, the lone dry area in a wetland.
Roman artifacts continue to be found at the Legg family farm.
St. Osyth, named for a martyred nun, has a 12th-century priory.
Examining caves near MacDuff's Castle ruins containing Pictish pictoglyphs and carvings.
The time team finds Roman coins and Iron Age tools from a prosperous household that occupied a British farm site several hundred years ago.
Investigating a shipwreck in the River Hamble which could be Henry V's flagship the Grace Dieu.
Examining archeological remains uncovered in a field near Peterborough.
Examining the possibility a huge Roman fort existed close to Drumlanrig Castle in Dumfries.
Reconstructing the mid-air collision of two American bombers over Warton Marsh in 1944.
While houses date from the 18th century or later, the village follows a standard medieval layout.
The team discovers the current building to be the back portion of a grander structure visited by Henry VIII.
Fossilized footsteps are explored by the Severn River.
Poole Harbour was once a bustling sea port during the Iron Age.
Trying to find out if Syndale Park is the home of the first British Roman fort.
The team makes a startling find, a portion of a shield with a female skeleton.
Exploring an island on the western end of Loch Migdale.
Exploring the three prisons that were built on the site that the Appleby Police Station occupies.
Exploring a Roman site.
In Leven, Fife the team investigates a cemetery from the Bronze Age.
The team tries to determine if William Kent built the White House Palace from scratch, or on an original Tudor mansion.
The team excavates a 9th century fortress founded by Alfred the Great.
In Bath the team looks for Roman burials in front of the Royal Cresent and a Roman temple.
Tony Robinson and the team are hunting for Liberty's first factory in South London.
Time Team travel to Greenwich to visit Henry VIII's favourite palace.
Time Team treks to one of the outermost Shetland Islands in an attempt to reveal the truth behind an ancient local myth.
Viking soapstones; Giants' Grave.
A mysterious collection of human bones, many of them children's, take Tony Robinson and the squad to a deep cave in Derbyshire.
Archaeologists examine a Roman mosaic floor found by a farm family, to determine if it is from a single villa or a community.
The team examines a grave found in a garden.
A World War II era airfield reveals some much older secrets.
The team travels to Cornwall to investigate an underground chamber.
The team searches for an ancient Roman road.
An 18th century blast furnace is unearthed in a pub's cellar.
The time investigates a monastery on the grounds of a RAF base.
Residents of Ancaster keep unearthing Roman remains.
A picture of life and death in a medieval leper colony.
Time Team investigates a grand house which played host to 16th-century royalty.
The crew heads to the army's largest training ground and Britain's finest area of unexcavated archaeology.
The team investigates the fate of the palace of Elizabeth I in Rycote.
An apparent Roman Villa is found in a Cotswold field.
Exploring York's past, which includes the Roman city of Eboracum, a Viking trading center and a Norman city.
Looking for an 8th-century monastery in the headland at Hartlepool in Northumbria.
Exploring an important Roman site at Greenwich Park near London with indication of a temple in the complex.
Freen's Court, near the English-Welsh border, is where Saxon King Offa reportedly had his palace.
Wood and leather survive from the Bronze Age, pickled in the waterlogged fenland peat.
Time Team investigates a grand house which played host to 16th-century royalty.
Time Team search for the lost Norman Cathedral of Coventry destroyed by Henry VIII.
Stone Age Britons share the country with lions, rhinos and elephants.
A Roman cemetery and settlement at a fort on Hadrian's Wall is investigated.
Installation of a septic tank leads to the discovery of a human settlement dating back to Neolithic times.
The time team tries to discover what caused Paul Klipsch's Spitfire to crash over northern France in 1940.
Cirencester is the second-most important city in Roman Britain.
The team searches for the lost Abbey of Greyfriars, a pagan Roman temple and the medieval tile industry on Tylers Hill.
Archaeologists piece together the cause of a victim's death.
The team unlocks the secrets of an entire Iron Age village.
The team returns to a huge Roman villa in the Cotswolds.
The team excavates the remains of an American B-17 that mysteriously collided with another in 1944.
The team unearths a Roman bathhouse near a modern golf-course.
The team investigates claims that Smallhythe was once a royal dockyard.
Devon, England, residents unearth the origins of their village.
Archaeologists search an English cave for signs of Stone-Age habitation.
An English schoolyard may have been the site of a Norman cathedral.
An English couple finds Roman pottery and building-stone fragments in their garden.
Archaeologists explore the site of a thriving Industrial Revolution-era factory.
The population of a medieval village disappears.
Northern Ireland excavation of a religious site.
A farmhouse in Aston Eyre.
On the Spanish island of Majorca, there is evidence of the beaker people.
A dig in Turkdean.
The team goes to Orkney Island to investigate mounds.
Tony Robinson goes to Somerset to find a 4,000-year-old wooden track.
Tony Robinson searches for the remains of Richmond Palace.
The team investigates the theory of a Roman Villa believed to be concealed underneath an army barracks in Netheravon, Wiltshire.
The team heads for Malton to uncover some of the area's secrets.
Stone sculptures have been discovered in Govan.
Matthew Boulton's 18th-century mint.
An English landowner comes across human bones while mending a leaky water-pipe.
American archaeologists are not prepared for the team's bulldozing techniques.
The team travels to Lavenham.
A team goes to Emain Macha to find evidence of palaces of King Cochobar.
The team travels to Teignmouth Beach in Devon.
The team visits the village of Templecombe in search of the Templars.
The team travels to Oxford.
The first road the Romans built into London may have crossed the River at Lambeth.
A Roman statue is found embedded in the wall of a church.
Shedding light on Britain's past.
The team reveals evidence of a 13th-century hall in a garden in Much Wenlock.
Ribchester in Lancashire.
The history of a farmer's Somerset doorstep.
Team team explores a possible castle.