Affiche Time Team Live
  • 8 saisons
  • 56 épisodes
  • Début :
    1997
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Time Team Live is a British television series that airs on Channel 4. The first programme was shown in 1997 and the most recent was in 2006. Presented by the actor Tony Robinson, this a live show of the archaeology series Time Team showing more of what happens in real time, than when the cut down episode airs on Channel 4.

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S01E01 Turkdean, Gloucestershire (1) 23/08/1997 A spectacular find of a major Roman villa was the centrepiece of this year's first-ever special Time Team Live programme. Over the Bank Holiday Weekend in August of 1997, Time Team went live broadcasting an archaeological dig against the clock and as it happened. Turkdean had lain untouched since the landowner accidentally discovered it over 20 years ago. Subsequently aerial photos of one of the fields, taken in the summer of 1995, clearly showed strange lines in the ground that looked like the outlines of buildings. Experts suspected that the site was Roman and, given its size, believed they may have a significant find on their hands. Presenter Tony Robinson and the rest of the team – joined by a number of celebrity guests – broadcast live from the site three times a day.
S01E02 Turkdean, Gloucestershire (2) 23/08/1997 Over the course of the August Bank Holiday weekend, the team go to Turkdean in Gloucestershire to try to discover whether experts are correct in believing the site used to house Roman buildings.
S01E03 Turkdean, Gloucestershire (3) 23/08/1997 Over the course of the August Bank Holiday weekend, the team go to Turkdean in Gloucestershire to try to discover whether experts are correct in believing the site used to house Roman buildings
S01E04 Turkdean, Gloucestershire (4) 24/08/1997 Over the course of the August Bank Holiday weekend, the team go to Turkdean in Gloucestershire to try to discover whether experts are correct in believing the site used to house Roman buildings.
S01E05 Turkdean, Gloucestershire (5) 24/08/1997 Over the course of the August Bank Holiday weekend, the team go to Turkdean in Gloucestershire to try to discover whether experts are correct in believing the site used to house Roman buildings.
S01E06 Turkdean, Gloucestershire (6) 24/08/1997 Over the course of the August Bank Holiday weekend, the team go to Turkdean in Gloucestershire to try to discover whether experts are correct in believing the site used to house Roman buildings.
S01E07 Turkdean, Gloucestershire (7) 25/08/1997 Over the course of the August Bank Holiday weekend, the team go to Turkdean in Gloucestershire to try to discover whether experts are correct in believing the site used to house Roman buildings.
S01E08 Turkdean, Gloucestershire (8) 25/08/1997 Over the course of the August Bank Holiday weekend, the team go to Turkdean in Gloucestershire to try to discover whether experts are correct in believing the site used to house Roman buildings.
S06E01 The Big Dig (1) 22/06/2004 For this live event thousands of viewers all over the country took part in activities related to the Big Dig. Starting on the Sunday, Time Team's Big Dig got underway with 40 holes being dug in the village of Great Easton, Leicestershire. Throughout the week saw several guest appearances which included: Bill Wyman, Kim Wilde, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Al Murray and Eddie Izzard. Two Bald Men In A Trench featured Paul Blinkhorn and Al Murray.
S06E02 The Big Dig (2) 23/06/2004 For this live event thousands of viewers all over the country took part in activities related to the Big Dig. Starting on the Sunday, Time Team's Big Dig got underway with 40 holes being dug in the village of Great Easton, Leicestershire. Throughout the week saw several guest appearances which included: Bill Wyman, Kim Wilde, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Al Murray and Eddie Izzard. Two Bald Men In A Trench featured Paul Blinkhorn and Al Murray.
S06E03 The Big Dig (3) 24/06/2004 For this live event thousands of viewers all over the country took part in activities related to the Big Dig. Starting on the Sunday, Time Team's Big Dig got underway with 40 holes being dug in the village of Great Easton, Leicestershire. Throughout the week saw several guest appearances which included: Bill Wyman, Kim Wilde, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Al Murray and Eddie Izzard. Two Bald Men In A Trench featured Paul Blinkhorn and Al Murray.
S06E04 The Big Dig (4) 25/06/2004 For this live event thousands of viewers all over the country took part in activities related to the Big Dig. Starting on the Sunday, Time Team's Big Dig got underway with 40 holes being dug in the village of Great Easton, Leicestershire. Throughout the week saw several guest appearances which included: Bill Wyman, Kim Wilde, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Al Murray and Eddie Izzard. Two Bald Men In A Trench featured Paul Blinkhorn and Al Murray.
S06E05 The Big Dig (5) 26/06/2004 For this live event thousands of viewers all over the country took part in activities related to the Big Dig. Starting on the Sunday, Time Team's Big Dig got underway with 40 holes being dug in the village of Great Easton, Leicestershire. Throughout the week saw several guest appearances which included: Bill Wyman, Kim Wilde, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Al Murray and Eddie Izzard. Two Bald Men In A Trench featured Paul Blinkhorn and Al Murray.
S06E06 The Big Dig (6) 27/06/2004 For this live event thousands of viewers all over the country took part in activities related to the Big Dig. Starting on the Sunday, Time Team's Big Dig got underway with 40 holes being dug in the village of Great Easton, Leicestershire. Throughout the week saw several guest appearances which included: Bill Wyman, Kim Wilde, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Al Murray and Eddie Izzard. Two Bald Men In A Trench featured Paul Blinkhorn and Al Murray.
S06E07 The Big Dig (7) 28/06/2004 For this live event thousands of viewers all over the country took part in activities related to the Big Dig. Starting on the Sunday, Time Team's Big Dig got underway with 40 holes being dug in the village of Great Easton, Leicestershire. Throughout the week saw several guest appearances which included: Bill Wyman, Kim Wilde, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Al Murray and Eddie Izzard. Two Bald Men In A Trench featured Paul Blinkhorn and Al Murray.
S06E08 The Big Dig (8) 29/06/2004 For this live event thousands of viewers all over the country took part in activities related to the Big Dig. Starting on the Sunday, Time Team's Big Dig got underway with 40 holes being dug in the village of Great Easton, Leicestershire. Throughout the week saw several guest appearances which included: Bill Wyman, Kim Wilde, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Al Murray and Eddie Izzard. Two Bald Men In A Trench featured Paul Blinkhorn and Al Murray.
S07E01 The Big Roman Dig (1) 02/07/2005 For this years live broadcast, Time Team are to do their most ambitious exploration of Roman Britain. The Big Roman Dig will be a week of televised excavations and events on the theme of Roman Britain. As well as ten locations being televised throughout the week, thousands of people from all over the country took part by doing test pits in their own back gardens so as the team could get a view of what the whole of Roman Britain looked like.
S07E02 The Big Roman Dig (2) 02/07/2005 For this years live broadcast, Time Team are to do their most ambitious exploration of Roman Britain. The Big Roman Dig will be a week of televised excavations and events on the theme of Roman Britain. As well as ten locations being televised throughout the week, thousands of people from all over the country took part by doing test pits in their own back gardens so as the team could get a view of what the whole of Roman Britain looked like.
S07E03 The Big Roman Dig (3) 03/07/2005 For this years live broadcast, Time Team are to do their most ambitious exploration of Roman Britain. The Big Roman Dig will be a week of televised excavations and events on the theme of Roman Britain. As well as ten locations being televised throughout the week, thousands of people from all over the country took part by doing test pits in their own back gardens so as the team could get a view of what the whole of Roman Britain looked like.
S07E04 The Big Roman Dig (4) 04/07/2005 For this years live broadcast, Time Team are to do their most ambitious exploration of Roman Britain. The Big Roman Dig will be a week of televised excavations and events on the theme of Roman Britain. As well as ten locations being televised throughout the week, thousands of people from all over the country took part by doing test pits in their own back gardens so as the team could get a view of what the whole of Roman Britain looked like.
S07E05 The Big Roman Dig (5) 05/07/2005 For this years live broadcast, Time Team are to do their most ambitious exploration of Roman Britain. The Big Roman Dig will be a week of televised excavations and events on the theme of Roman Britain. As well as ten locations being televised throughout the week, thousands of people from all over the country took part by doing test pits in their own back gardens so as the team could get a view of what the whole of Roman Britain looked like.
S07E06 The Big Roman Dig (6) 06/07/2005 For this years live broadcast, Time Team are to do their most ambitious exploration of Roman Britain. The Big Roman Dig will be a week of televised excavations and events on the theme of Roman Britain. As well as ten locations being televised throughout the week, thousands of people from all over the country took part by doing test pits in their own back gardens so as the team could get a view of what the whole of Roman Britain looked like.
S07E07 The Big Roman Dig (7) 07/07/2005 For this years live broadcast, Time Team are to do their most ambitious exploration of Roman Britain. The Big Roman Dig will be a week of televised excavations and events on the theme of Roman Britain. As well as ten locations being televised throughout the week, thousands of people from all over the country took part by doing test pits in their own back gardens so as the team could get a view of what the whole of Roman Britain looked like.
S07E08 The Big Roman Dig (8) 09/07/2005 For this years live broadcast, Time Team are to do their most ambitious exploration of Roman Britain. The Big Roman Dig will be a week of televised excavations and events on the theme of Roman Britain. As well as ten locations being televised throughout the week, thousands of people from all over the country took part by doing test pits in their own back gardens so as the team could get a view of what the whole of Roman Britain looked like.
S07E09 The Big Roman Dig (9) 09/07/2005 For this years live broadcast, Time Team are to do their most ambitious exploration of Roman Britain. The Big Roman Dig will be a week of televised excavations and events on the theme of Roman Britain. As well as ten locations being televised throughout the week, thousands of people from all over the country took part by doing test pits in their own back gardens so as the team could get a view of what the whole of Roman Britain looked like.
S07E10 Tony Explains 00/00/0000
S08E01 The Big Royal Dig (1) 25/08/2006 Over the August bank holiday, they conducted excavations in three Royal gardens for The Queen. The event, timed to celebrate the Queen's 80th birthday, was Time Team's 150th dig. (For full descriptions of the findings, see Buckingham Palace and Buckingham Palace Garden), Windsor Castle and Palace of Holyroodhouse.)
S08E02 The Big Royal Dig (2) 26/08/2006 Over the August bank holiday, they conducted excavations in three Royal gardens for The Queen. The event, timed to celebrate the Queen's 80th birthday, was Time Team's 150th dig. (For full descriptions of the findings, see Buckingham Palace and Buckingham Palace Garden), Windsor Castle and Palace of Holyroodhouse.)
S08E03 The Big Royal Dig (3) 26/08/2006 Over the August bank holiday, they conducted excavations in three Royal gardens for The Queen. The event, timed to celebrate the Queen's 80th birthday, was Time Team's 150th dig. (For full descriptions of the findings, see Buckingham Palace and Buckingham Palace Garden), Windsor Castle and Palace of Holyroodhouse.)
S08E04 The Big Royal Dig (4) 27/08/2006 Over the August bank holiday, they conducted excavations in three Royal gardens for The Queen. The event, timed to celebrate the Queen's 80th birthday, was Time Team's 150th dig. (For full descriptions of the findings, see Buckingham Palace and Buckingham Palace Garden), Windsor Castle and Palace of Holyroodhouse.)
S08E05 The Big Royal Dig (5) 27/08/2006 Over the August bank holiday, they conducted excavations in three Royal gardens for The Queen. The event, timed to celebrate the Queen's 80th birthday, was Time Team's 150th dig. (For full descriptions of the findings, see Buckingham Palace and Buckingham Palace Garden), Windsor Castle and Palace of Holyroodhouse.)
S08E06 The Big Royal Dig (6) 28/08/2006 Over the August bank holiday, they conducted excavations in three Royal gardens for The Queen. The event, timed to celebrate the Queen's 80th birthday, was Time Team's 150th dig. (For full descriptions of the findings, see Buckingham Palace and Buckingham Palace Garden), Windsor Castle and Palace of Holyroodhouse.)
S08E07 The Big Royal Dig (7) 28/08/2006 Over the August bank holiday, they conducted excavations in three Royal gardens for The Queen. The event, timed to celebrate the Queen's 80th birthday, was Time Team's 150th dig. (For full descriptions of the findings, see Buckingham Palace and Buckingham Palace Garden), Windsor Castle and Palace of Holyroodhouse.)

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