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Behind the scenes at Time Team Live 2001
- Behind the scenes photographs taken by Archaeoptics during Time Team Live 2001.
- Bristol University reports the gruesome contents of a cave at Alveston, found by Mark Horton and a caving group and investigated in an episode of Time Team.
Cantiaci Time Team Forum Friends
- A group of Time Team enthusiasts based mainly in the counties of Kent, Sussex and Surrey. Visit reports, links to regional archaeology sites and organisations.
Channel 4 Film Awards
- Time Team has won several awards for best archaeological programme: The Island on the Lake 1994; Tockenham 1996; Tockenham 21st anniversary overall winner 1998.
Creative TV Facilities
- The team who were responsible for Time Team's computer graphics up to the 2000 series.
Diggers Unearth a Real Beauty
- The Salisbury Journal reports on Time Team's excavation of an important Saxon and prehistoric site near Fordingbridge, discovered by a metal detecting enthusiast.
East Anglia Time Team Forum Friends
- A page devoted to the Time Team digs in East Anglia, the activities of the East Anglia Forum Friends, the history and archaeology of the Eastern counties.
Entertainment or Education?
- How do Meet the Ancestors and Time Team establish an image of archaeology in the mind of the public? Student essay with bibliography.
- Time Team through the eyes of the 'Geofizz' team who have been involved from the first programme, with information on their techniques.
Get Out of the Trench, Tony
- Spoof dialogue from Planet Bods inspired by, and celebrating, the wonderful quirkiness of Time Team.
LEPRA Welcomes Time Team Viewers
- The Leprosy Relief Association outlines the history of the leper hospital at Winchester investigated by Time Team. Request form for booklets: History of Leprosy, Leprosy in Britain and Leprosy in the Bible.
Mercia Time Team Forum Friends
- A group of Time Team enthusiasts based in the Midlands. Report on the first meeting at the Commandery in Worcester, photo gallery and description on origin of the groups name.
Picks, Shovels and a Ton of Hi-tech Tricks
- Illustrated article by Ray Hatley from the Times on the making of the programme at Downpatrick in Northern Ireland. Discusses the Team's use of hi-tech equipment.
Reading Students Meet Time Team
- Students at the University of Reading describe digging with Time Team in March 2000 at Lower Basildon, Berkshire. Photographs; the aims of TV archaeology; limited Roman finds.
Roman Remains Found in Search on Live TV
- Maurice Weaver reports for The Telegraph on Time Team's discovery in the Cotswolds of one of the largest Roman villas in Britain.
Scottish TimeTeam Forum Friends
- A group of Time Team enthusiasts Based in and from Scotland. The site includes a report on the groups first visit to Stirling Castle and The Bannockburn Heritage Centre plus links to Scottish history and Archaeology sites.
Synchronicity - Flint and Phil Harding
- Geoff Cooper describes a chance meeting with Time Team's Phil Harding and how it helped re-awaken his interest in Stone Age technology.
The Lumps and Bumps Man
- Carol Leyland interviewed the master of earthwork survey, Yorkshireman Stewart Ainsworth for Poppleton Archaeology No.2, Summer 1998.
The Man with a Passion from Time Team
- Simon Denison interviewed Tony Robinson for British Archaeology (no 12).
- Award-winning programme in search of the answers to archaeological puzzles. The official site with biographies, background, Time Team publications with online ordering, Time Team Club, forum, latest news from the digs in 2001.
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