Eleventh (2004) Series
: 13 programmes
Last one shown on Sunday 28 March 2004 at 5.05pm
Shown on Sunday 1 August at 6.30pm
Anniversary" Shown on Monday 31 May 2004 at 9.00pm
Mote" Shown on Monday 3 May 2004 at 9.00pm
Tay" Shown on Monday 19 April 2004 at 9.00pm
City" Shown on Monday 22 March 2004 at 9.00pm
wreck of the Colossus" (2002)
Shown on Sunday 29 February 2004 at 6.30pm
Tenth (2003) Series
: 13 programmes
Last one shown on Sunday 30 March 2003 at 5.35pm
"Xmas Specials 2003"
- shown 29 December 2003
"The Big Dig"
(Canterbury) (2002) Shown Saturday 30 August 2003 at
Shown Thursday 10 April 2003 at 9.00pm
Edge of Empire" (2002)
Shown Thursday 3 April 2003 at 9.00pm
Dig - 28/29 June 2003 - The Main National Event!
The final two days following a week long prelude of daily programmes which started on Sunday 22 June at 5.35pm
with ½ hour weekday updates at 8.00pm. Visit the website and get all the latest News, progress reports and
details of all the sites and finds!
" YAC Branches at:
Time Team Shoots !
During the filming of the 2003 series, nearby Branches were invited to attend the
shoots. These were for the following programmes; 26 January 'The Giant's Grave' (Shetland), 2 February '
Joust dig it' (Central Southern England & North Downs), 9 March 'Rescuing the dead' (Falkirk).
The 2 February programme was filmed at the Greenwich Naval College,
London, during July 2002 and was the first trial invitation.
Unfortunately numbers to attend from both Branches was restricted and
at short notice - some 5 days! 10 members from this Branch attended.
The group was lead by Alan, ably assisted by Jill & Louisa.
Did you see the 2 February programme? Who spotted the Branch members?
Time Team Xmas 2002
- programme Listings
20, 27 & 29
Time Team 10th Anniversary Special
Shown Friday 27
December 2002 at 5.55pm
Time Team Digs
- Friday's at 8.00pm.
Tony and the Team went back, by way of the numerous digs over the last
ten years, to some of their finest discoveries in the fields and
gardens of rural and urban Britain.
The Bronze Age
The Iron Age
The Early Romans
(22.11.02 - 7.30pm)
The Dark Ages
(29.11.02 - 7.30pm)
Six - Medieval
Programme Seven (13.12.02) -
The Modern Era
Tony Robinson, with the help of David Gaimster from the British
Museum, looked back at what Time Team had learned about the modern
age in digs from the past ten years.
Programme Eight (27.12.02 - 6.55pm) -
The Norman Conquest
The focus was on the Normans and the castles they built,
including Alderton, Bridgenorth and Beaudesert.
Fact or Fiction: King Harold
- Shown Friday 27 December 2002 at 8.00pm
Tony Robinson investigated. He
travelled around England and northern France to discover how we have
ignored a great British hero since 1066.
A Time Team 2001 Special
Shown Sunday 29 December 2002 at 4.55pm
Tony Robinson and Phil Harding
travelled to the Rocky Mountains in Montana, USA, for this
special programme on dinosaurs and the 'dinosaur hunters' who
discover and dig up their fossil remains. The methods used by the
dinosaur hunters turned out to be very similar to those employed by
Ninth (2002) Series
: 13 programmes
Last part - Sunday 31 March 2002 at 5.05pm
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