Time Team S16-E02 The Hollow Way: Ulnaby, County Durham

2013-ж., 16-мар.
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The distinctive grass-covered remains of the deserted medieval village of Ulnaby are a landmark in the Durham countryside. And although they've been photographed, surveyed and written about, they've never been dug. But now Tony Robinson and the Team have been invited to physically unearth the secrets of one of the best-preserved archaeological sites in Britain.

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  • Lol Stewart may have lost the foot wrestling match but he won the landscape battle! Never underestimate Stewart's knowledge of a landscape! I Love The Time Team!! R.I.P Mick. Love seeing him in these episodes!

    Dallas JohnsonDallas Johnson16 күн мурун
  • I enjoy this series but man are they guilty of recklessly overusing the word "geo-phys" and "geo-physics", I can't stand it. They've used the word so much it's lost all meaning.

    C NC NАй мурун
  • Hello, It looks to me, like the picture of the plow shows adjustments that can be made, see all the little round dots along the top of the board? incremental points to fasten it...perhaps? Smiling, George.

    TrimbakerTrimbakerАй мурун
  • Don't get me wrong. .. I love this series ... but I cringe every time they refer to artifacts or clues as "archaeology". Maybe it's a TV thing. 🤔 noun: archeology the study of human history and prehistory through the excavation of sites and the analysis of artifacts and other physical remains. (From Oxford Languages)

    K ScottK ScottАй мурун
  • First aired January 11, 2009.

    Teresa TrimmTeresa Trimm2 ай мурун
  • OMG Mick has gloves that match his sweater. How have I watched 16 seasons and never noticed that?

    Peter GerdesPeter Gerdes2 ай мурун
  • Confession. I parented the crap outta the day. It was relationship building with teens. Teens without school. I'm exhausted. I lay in bed but my mind is replaying conversation from the day. Brain talk. I stretch. I breathe. And I fall to sleep watching Time Team. It's a documentary history lesson sitcom game show. It's relaxing. No politics, no controversy, no abuse, no violence, no arguing. Zzzzzzz Zzzzzzz ❤

    Trishia SmithTrishia Smith2 ай мурун
  • Today’s lesson: landlords have always been assholes

    shadetreadershadetreader2 ай мурун
  • 41:49 Damn love the hat dude. Thats what peasaNTS WORE? A STYLIN

    Jimmy L NeedhamJimmy L Needham2 ай мурун
  • I finally found it! The Medieval Foot Wrestling episode!

    Laura ChappleLaura Chapple3 ай мурун
  • So you think they could have used a plow... to plow the field?

    Melvin GrasselMelvin Grassel3 ай мурун
  • I love seeing Naomi Sewpaul on here she is a delight.

    jaicnejaicne4 ай мурун
  • Phil and Mick always funny banter

    fatnsassy 99fatnsassy 995 ай мурун
  • Sir Geoffery Luttrell ?? the Luttrell Psalter ?? okay im interested now😂😂

    Elise LuttrellElise Luttrell5 ай мурун
  • this episode sponsored by dan schneider

    The Primary AntagonistThe Primary Antagonist5 ай мурун
  • Sadly, it is way too chilly.

    Geir BaldersonGeir Balderson6 ай мурун
  • Lol Phill at least pluck the bird before you serve up that crow to John....😂😜😀

    jeffery wisejeffery wise7 ай мурун
  • Some smart cookie needs to come up with a t-shirt with the Time Team logo, a silhoutted version of a geophys person walking across a field with the equipment and the caption says, "Lumps and Bumps" I'd buy one.

    The Real Wet Biscuit McGleeThe Real Wet Biscuit McGlee7 ай мурун
  • Love the medieval foot wrestling contest in the tavern! Perhaps it's an activity that might make a come-back.

    Paul BriodyPaul Briody8 ай мурун
  • I know I'm sure your right but Alaskans built long houses so did Cherokee. I just woke get up at three a.m. Iowa time. I love this show and the crew its my happy place at end of day with my tea. I thankyou for your knowlege. Val

    Val's Whitewolf MediaVal's Whitewolf Media8 ай мурун
    • Osiyo Because my family assimilated early The Cherokee old ways are almost lost. Wado for your observations

      MG MasseyMG MasseyАй мурун
  • This has become my favorite thing. I missed out on it all as a dumb American. If I had a nickel for every time they say, "lumps and bumps," I could afford to come see some of these sites! 😂💙

    Sara MaeSara Mae8 ай мурун
  • Do you not find it interested that the American Native utilized long houses to I think Cherokee and Inuit(Eskimo?)

    Val's Whitewolf MediaVal's Whitewolf Media9 ай мурун
    • @Jigger2361 Yes very true, I'm on the east coast where the Maliseet are the largest tribe in my area they lived in wigwams.

      jaicnejaicne4 ай мурун
    • @jaicne cool...and west coast Canada

      Jigger2361Jigger23614 ай мурун
    • @Jigger2361 While the Innu did not build longhouses the Aleut and Yakut of Alaska did. As did the Kamacha of Siberia.

      jaicnejaicne4 ай мурун
    • @Val's Whitewolf Media yes, Hopewellian Culture I believe, very cool and impressive but I was questioning on your statement the Inuit made long houses. I excavated a few long houses this past year but they are of the Woodland Culture of southern Canada. All the best, Val!

      Jigger2361Jigger23618 ай мурун
    • Effygy mounds just down from Waukon on the Mississippi Iowa are mounds left from native moind builder

      Val's Whitewolf MediaVal's Whitewolf Media8 ай мурун
  • The "Medieval Farm Village' at Ulnaby, County Durham has since been turned into a tourist attraction. Not a very big attraction but the site does have a restaurant/coffee shop and gift shop store. A local attraction.

    DL SouthwellDL Southwell10 ай мурун
  • Always listen to Stewart!

    KateKate10 ай мурун
  • Stewart is the unsung hero of the team. He consistently gives the diggers the clues they need to dig in the right place. Everyone comes up empty except Stewart and his maps and documents.

    Paul SchonbrunPaul Schonbrun11 ай мурун
  • We have all heard the saying. If it looks like a duck and sounds like a duck etc, etc. when Phil struck that thing that bore an amazing resemblance to a stone I could have sworn I heard it quack! Maybe I'm just hearing things in my old age. Geophiz sez 'there are no stones!' so I guess we were all group hallucinating. If that's the case, pass it around again, I need a bit more! that would make a really great T-shirt for geophiz; "There are no stones!" (On the back) "Nothing to see here!"De-nile ain't just a river in Ejypt!

    Thomas PattonThomas Patton11 ай мурун
  • I absolutely HATE Stewart. That's the type of archaeology that we don't want. When you're so set on what you want to see that you refuse to consider that maybe your theory is wrong...

    Mark ClementeMark Clemente11 ай мурун
    • ...hate is such a strong word....for a tv show lol

      Jigger2361Jigger23618 ай мурун
  • Weak episode. "We think..." "Maybe.." "Possibly..." Many times they just come up with one interpretation that could be interpreted many different ways. I love this show, but sometimes they just sort of verify a village was where they knew one was anyways through records. They obviously knew it wasn't an Iron Age settlement; "verifying" it was medieval is not a huge leap. But, they had to make a show out of it.

    Dr. Shane KushDr. Shane Kush11 ай мурун
  • I want to live in a world where cannabis cafes are accepted like a booze pubs are. I like relaxing with a non-toxic, medicinal plant; not a toxic, hard drug like booze.

    Dr. Shane KushDr. Shane Kush11 ай мурун
  • "...smoking like kippers", where do you get this stuff? Baldrick strikes again!

    Stephi VarjanStephi VarjanЖыл мурун
  • A pint of Guinness and some nice relaxing medieval foot wrestling of course! Love this bunch!

    Stephi VarjanStephi VarjanЖыл мурун
    • You’re beautiful! Hope that’s not weird or anything...

      Brad WaldenBrad Walden5 ай мурун
  • Really disliking the added drama between the different members. There was none of that in the early episodes, and now it is in basically every episode as a feature.

    5chr4pn3ll5chr4pn3llЖыл мурун
    • Hmmm so sad

      Mickey KindleyMickey Kindley5 ай мурун
    • ...hmmm interesting observation

      Jigger2361Jigger23618 ай мурун
  • Stewart, please just go away. So irritating!

    Ron HRon HЖыл мурун
    • ...they all did...finally and sadly after 20 years

      Jigger2361Jigger23618 ай мурун
  • I've got to stop watching Time Team. I'm starting to talk like a Brit. The other day I used the phrase, "could have done" with a neighbor. Got a strange look from them.

    Dr. John Paladin ShowDr. John Paladin ShowЖыл мурун
    • You just gotta get stuck in, mate. Let it be, cary on 🤣

      Corbin BaconCorbin Bacon24 күн мурун
    • @Cathi Shaner We say "could have" or "could have done so". Silly really. You should be around after a Jeremy Brett Sherlock binge. "Pray, do come & sit down. my good man.

      Dr. John Paladin ShowDr. John Paladin Show2 ай мурун
    • Wait what’s odd about “could have done”? Why did your neighbor look at you strangely?

      Cathi ShanerCathi Shaner2 ай мурун
    • @Lora Wiese Watch Jeremy Brett as Sherlock. Then you, like me, will go around speaking Victorian English w/o effort.

      Dr. John Paladin ShowDr. John Paladin Show5 ай мурун
    • I find myself leaving off "the'. 'He went to hospital' rather than "he went to the hospital".

      Lora WieseLora Wiese5 ай мурун
  • Was here in 2019

    Mad DogMad DogЖыл мурун
  • Love this show!

    Christoph LoewenChristoph LoewenЖыл мурун
    • @Jihn Silcox It was made for *Channel4* in *England* but otherwise you're quite right. I suspect you saw it away from *Britain* because some *BBC* channels _did_ show it there.

      Phil PotterPhil Potter5 ай мурун
    • I wish the BBC would bring it back it's such an educational program it would be great if school children got involved in the digs Dr Harding would be fantastic and sir Tony Robbins on aswel

      Jihn SilcoxJihn SilcoxЖыл мурун
  • Great episode like the majority of them. Here is the archeological evaluation and assessment of results from Wessex Archeology in PDF: www.wessexarch.co.uk/sites/default/files/68731_Ulnaby%20Hall.pdf

    Brian Hougaard BaldersbækBrian Hougaard BaldersbækЖыл мурун
  • Why only three days ?

    Chris EdyChris EdyЖыл мурун
    • They also have other jobs

      Mickey KindleyMickey Kindley5 ай мурун
    • ...it's "testing", they are testing...local groups can then expand on the excavation if they care to

      Jigger2361Jigger23618 ай мурун
  • I love watching academics argue 🤣

    Garden on Gooseneck RoadGarden on Gooseneck RoadЖыл мурун
    • All we do in grad school.

      Lisa KazmierLisa Kazmier8 ай мурун
  • The Medieval era was not a cold miserable existence, the Medieval Warm Period was several degrees warmer than today.

    andyrowlands50029andyrowlands50029Жыл мурун
  • Bridged 😍😍

    chinamanjwchinamanjwЖыл мурун
  • So, after you do the archeology, do you put the lumps and bumps back?

    ersikillianersikillianЖыл мурун
    • Yup

      A MeemurA Meemur9 ай мурун
  • Nobody is singing the praises of Stewart’s reading of the land in this one. 😂

    PrimusPilusVorenusPrimusPilusVorenusЖыл мурун
    • Stuart is consistently impressive in his reading of landscapes. He seems to have an intuitive grasp to augment his scholarship.

      AnhorishAnhorishЖыл мурун
  • Adore Phil❤️❤️.

    John HallidayJohn HallidayЖыл мурун
  • Ff56

    Dick GerardDick GerardЖыл мурун
  • "The life that you or I might have lived...?" Aww, bless Sir Baldy, everyone's favourite little prole! ;-)

    Lemma01Lemma01Жыл мурун
  • The last mention of the village is 20 years before a very bloody civil war. How come nobody mentioned that as a possible factor?

    John MorleyJohn MorleyЖыл мурун
    • Either they felt it was irrelevant or they just don't have the format to into all the academic details.

      Cath' J JCath' J JЖыл мурун
  • found a coin... "cant read the date" she says... an archaeologist that doesn't know that coins that old dont have dates on them? :)

    edem1970edem1970Жыл мурун
    • Shorthand for saying she couldn't read the iconography that corresponds to a date.

      Cath' J JCath' J JЖыл мурун
  • Does anyone think of what would have been developed in American History? 1400 before Columbus came ---how primitive were the people is America?

    Peggy JenkinsonPeggy JenkinsonЖыл мурун
    • @Peggy Jenkinson California hasn't changed much as far as "civilization." And the west coast doesn't represent America. There were Indian mounds all over the eastern side of the U.S.

      Lucy GrayLucy Gray6 ай мурун
    • ...before "1400" there was a lot going on in NA, sure some groups were a bit behind others and those who were ahead really made a large and impressive archaeological footprint. In Central Texas (where I have dug) people were still hunter/gatherers without pottery well after Columbus landed his disease-riddled body in the Caribbean but take the Hopewellian Culture of central eastern US...impressive!

      Jigger2361Jigger23618 ай мурун
    • @Peggy Jenkinson ...wrongo.... check the Hopewellian Culture of Ohio southwards

      Jigger2361Jigger23618 ай мурун
    • @WashuHakubi4 LOL!!!!! omg bang on

      Jigger2361Jigger23618 ай мурун
    • @Peggy Jenkinson - you're not taking into account the Mound Builders of the Mississippi basin. Cahokia, in Illinois, was an enormous complex with ties all over the continent and into the south. Well before Columbus.

      KateKate10 ай мурун
  • Actually, the drawing of the plough wasn't copied very well. The mistake on the recreation was not on the drawing. Just goes to show that you need an engineer, or somebody with some common sense, sometimes. Interesting episode. Thanks.

    dandare1001dandare1001Жыл мурун
    • @Cath' J J how often has anyone ever seen a medieval painting look exactly like what it's supposed to be? Attention to accuracy being their forte and all.... Because obviously a monk in a monastery who was more than likely noble born and had never seen a plough close up knows more about what a plough should look like than a peasant farmer. Especially a monk who paints blue men on poles waving pig bladders🙃

      A MeemurA Meemur9 ай мурун
    • So what was wrong and how should it have been done properly?

      Cath' J JCath' J JЖыл мурун
  • Damn y'all are hard on geofiz ! I feel for the guys . They work so hard and get beat on so hard .

    Tim ShirlingTim Shirling2 жыл мурун
  • No surprise people fled County Durham....

    The Uncouth YouthThe Uncouth Youth2 жыл мурун
  • @14:40 ok I'm no archaeologist but... why build a revetment from stone to protect as she says a flimsy timber structured house from the elements, why not use the stone i to build the house?? Just asking

    Mike RadfordMike Radford2 жыл мурун
    • Perhaps the stone wall was from a slightly later structure, which was erected after the timber house had collapsed?

      ersikillianersikillianЖыл мурун
    • I could think of several reasons. The timber wall with its filling material (usually wattle and daub) was already in place, and that is usually much more insulating than stone. But maybe it was showing signs of weakness or decay, so they decided to use the stones taken from field creation or another building falling to ruin to reinforce it. And if so, perhaps they only became available over time and not all at once.

      Cath' J JCath' J JЖыл мурун
  • Love the dry humour @08:45 Phils got him in his sights !

    Mike RadfordMike Radford2 жыл мурун
  • I love Stewart's conviction - Phil is just a cantankerous bully at times

    ss2 жыл мурун
    • ...it's all with a wink

      Jigger2361Jigger23618 ай мурун
  • After 20 yrs on the air.... I wonder what the total bar tab was at all the pubs they visited.

    00Billy00Billy2 жыл мурун
    • @Alexis Welsh Thats Tony and Phil's per hour rate.

      00Billy00Billy4 ай мурун
    • Over $100

      Alexis WelshAlexis Welsh4 ай мурун
  • What amazed me was how these highly educated & intelligent scholars, argued so politely with each other, without breaking out into expletives. Great show IMO.

    Teresa ToftTeresa Toft2 жыл мурун
    • Oh, the expletives sometimes come (the archaeologists are only human after all)... but they end up in the digital rubbish bin. There's a strange dichotomy here in the UK, where the TV channels don't allow swearing (mostly), but you hear spumes of violent swearing in every street. No swearing on TT or Doctor Who though...

      Vince RussettVince RussettЖыл мурун
  • I love the part where Phil tells Mitch ‘ those stones are not stones’ since geophiz says there are no stones.

    Vince WhiteVince White2 жыл мурун
  • Why does Phil's hair always seem longest on the left front side?

    Baskerville BeeBaskerville Bee2 жыл мурун
    • @scribbleknit 😆😆😆😆

      Baskerville BeeBaskerville Bee8 ай мурун
    • ...his mum cuts it

      Jigger2361Jigger23618 ай мурун
    • that side faces north

      theskip1theskip1Жыл мурун
    • Comb-over?

      scribbleknitscribbleknit2 жыл мурун
  • You gotta marvel at the vivid imagination these fuckers have.

    Old Man of the WoodsOld Man of the Woods2 жыл мурун
  • I know people like him...but Phil is so irritating.

    lasher500lasher5002 жыл мурун
    • Jigger2361 that’s great.

      lasher500lasher5008 ай мурун
    • ...and I know people like you who don't know how to converse, "handle", chat with, have fun... characters like Phil... go with the flow and have a great time with tongue planted firmly in cheek with a wink of the eye

      Jigger2361Jigger23618 ай мурун
    • I think he's funny, but he can also be a real bully. Especially to Stewart and geo phys.

      KateKate10 ай мурун
    • Takes all kinds: having read a zillion commentaries, he's most often cited as people's favorite.

      Cath' J JCath' J JЖыл мурун
  • I have always loved the good natured “ball-busting,” that threads its way through the years of this show. It is just a wonderful show. Interesting, intelligent, with no sense of pretension. A show you wish would never end, and you are so sad when it does. Thanks for helping to keep it alive and available.

    Albert DemelloAlbert Demello2 жыл мурун
    • Any time they start ragging on John and his geophysics, I just think of the very first episode, when he presented the complete floorplan of Athelney Chapel. And they didn't even have to dig a single trench. :-)

      aussiebloke609aussiebloke609Жыл мурун
  • I thought they were going to start Day Three with commentary on Time Team's first-ever foot wrestling injury.

    WashuHakubi4WashuHakubi43 жыл мурун
  • Very interesting dig but I was annoyed at the artificially created arguments. Not necessary.

    Lisa KilmerLisa Kilmer3 жыл мурун
    • If they were New Yorkers, they would be down in the mud wrestling, someone would sue, and producers would create a reality T.V. show spinoff. Just saying...

      ersikillianersikillianЖыл мурун
    • I don't think they were - just professional disagreements typical of men who know how to get their strong opinions out and still remain civil, whether it's (slightly) uncomfortable for bystanders or not.

      Cath' J JCath' J JЖыл мурун
  • I want Phil's laugh for my ring tone. any ideas?

    4given4given3 жыл мурун
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      Ste 107Ste 1073 жыл мурун
  • I can't believe they did that in public!!! And why did Stewart have to sit in a chair that could go over?

    Patricia HeilPatricia Heil3 жыл мурун
    • Ah. UK pub life. I used to belong to a group called the 7 o'clock club: we'd go to an unsuspecting pub after 7pm on a Sunday evening, and we'd all have to dress up. One time it was 'anglers', so we all dressed up as fishermen, and a mate of mine actually inflated a rubber dinghy in the pub bar, and two of them sat in it with fishing rods. The landlord (who had no idea we would turn up) loved it, and went and fetched fish fingers to hang on the lines. Mind you, we bought an awful lot of beer and cider...

      Vince RussettVince RussettЖыл мурун
    • That is what true pub atmosphere is!! Family, community, and a mead horn full of fun! North America has bars, drink drunk, pick-up sex, and fights.# Pub life forever!

      Jason R DukeJason R DukeЖыл мурун
    • ??!! His opponent's probably could as well - just adds to the fun. Are you always such a party pooper? The pub surely made a pretty penny and could have replaced all their armchairs and then some.

      Cath' J JCath' J JЖыл мурун
    • I'm glad that they are not so stuck up that they can't show a little fun!

      Cindy MCindy M2 жыл мурун
  • The length of that road and a village there just seems to small compared to our American farms, that short length is like a country driveway from yard to field. I may be seeing it from my perspective of having farms that are more than a mile wide or long.

    Kara MooreKara Moore4 жыл мурун
    • Try working that much land with oxen or horses or manpower and then ask again.

      TripleransomTripleransomЖыл мурун
    • When my last great uncle moved to Canada he still measured land in (Dutch) farms: one farm was 8 hectares. And that´s mid-20th century commercial farming, not subsistence farming like I assume we have in this medieval village.

      Mieke KuppenMieke KuppenЖыл мурун
    • American 'exceptionalism' at its best (sarcasm). Ya can't have it both ways, Kara : the best/biggest compared to anyone else and then insinuate others should be the same. Empire and its ills, that's where our American hubris has lead.

      Cath' J JCath' J JЖыл мурун
    • They didn't have the technology to work much land...labor was mostly human.

      charles harpercharles harperЖыл мурун
    • Kara Moore how many times can you put England into The United States then talk about size differences of yards, fields or drives 😁🤗

      E JE J2 жыл мурун
  • I just love Mick's wonderful knit hats!!

    Katherine LindseyKatherine Lindsey4 жыл мурун
  • Thanks for the shows!

    I hope You're offendedI hope You're offended4 жыл мурун
  • Thank you so Kindly for posting all of these. I adore everyone in them, such fun to watch and laugh out loud with them!

    Chi HatcherChi Hatcher4 жыл мурун
    • They have to pay a tv license. So they really are rebels by posting these videos. Kudos to them.

      Kara MooreKara Moore4 жыл мурун
  • absolutely love this show all 20 years of it :-) but need to correct the lady saying that the ending BY means farmstead in old Norse. It doesnt. It means more a village or gathering of houses and families, than a single farmstead. A single farmstead would be named GARD. The same meaning as we have today in Norwegian

    jan-erik Tørresjan-erik Tørres4 жыл мурун
    • @janis vogel How mature.

      Lucy GrayLucy Gray6 ай мурун
    • The term BY comes from the norse "byr" or "gard" village, just as I said above.

      jan-erik Tørresjan-erik Tørres4 жыл мурун
    • I am saying what the term BY actually means !

      jan-erik Tørresjan-erik Tørres4 жыл мурун
    • What are you talking about?. "By" could mean "house" or "farm" and the meaning has changed over time. In Danish it even means "town" or "city" today.

      VilhelmvonbraunVilhelmvonbraun4 жыл мурун
  • I love how they give each other a hard time. You have to laugh with them!

    semisophisticate63semisophisticate634 жыл мурун
    • Vince Russett Isn’t that what friends are for? 😆

      Barb McConnaugheyBarb McConnaughey8 ай мурун
    • TT is very much an English programme, where good mates take the PI55 out of each other. This may not be understood in some other parts of the world, but it is very much an English tradition to do exactly that. I'm not saying other people don't have this tradition, but speaking as an Englishman, I know I've got a good friend (male or female) when they look me in the face, call me a **** and laugh their head off.

      Vince RussettVince RussettЖыл мурун
    • @Cath' J J I agree with you.There were a lot of critical comments about Carenza speaking up- but not about the men speaking up.Customs are hard to break,I guess...

      Elisheva NesherElisheva NesherЖыл мурун
    • They're just keeping it real, Jan - isn't this pretty typical of male interaction? What irks me is when the women 'dare' to be so 'confrontational', some guys come down on them like a ton of bricks, as if personally affronted and annointed as Beelzebub himself to condemn to them to Hades forever. Carenza especially gets this over the top mistreatment. They take no account of her senior position in the hierarchy, so no only her right but her duty to intervene - she just has to zip it and preferably disappear according to them. Mother, Daddy or incel issues, I suppose.

      Cath' J JCath' J JЖыл мурун
    • OR, I can be annoyed that they`re acting like spoiled children and are being very unprofessional..

      A FrogA Frog2 жыл мурун
  • One of the many things that made this show great is that Tony was able to get highly educated people to explain their findings into plain talk. I know he would have been able to understand without explanation, but he doesn't lose awareness of the viewers. this has made this part of the success of this whole series. Time Team America couldn't find a presenter or host that had that skill set. It was all part of Baldrick's cunning plan.

    cargilekmcargilekm4 жыл мурун
    • He is a beloved person both in UK and outside, and he was a GREAT presenter in TT. That is pretty hard to beat.

      Bass TrammelBass Trammel2 ай мурун
    • @Shaky Hand Pictures showing your own with that blanket statement. There are ignorant people everywhere.

      Karmic PopcornKarmic Popcorn2 ай мурун
    • @Jimmy L Needham Tone it done a little. All I meant was that for some of us viewers, the background information was useful. I live in the US and I wouldn't know much about roman artifacts because the romans were never here. We aren't educated in english history like you might have been. I meant no insult to you.

      cargilekmcargilekm2 ай мурун
    • doi yes ALL VIEWERS ARE RETARDED RIGHT? Frankly the baseness of the 'explanatioNs' creates misinformation such as calling FIBULAE 'brooches' because THE COMMON BLOKE CAINT POSSIBLY KNOW WHAT A FEEB-YOU-LAY CAN BE, EH?🥴

      Jimmy L NeedhamJimmy L Needham2 ай мурун
    • I think it's also because the British have a different take on things.

      Jim PlummerJim Plummer7 ай мурун
  • The Hollow Way starts about here: 54°32'56.5"N 1°38'57.9"W and the lines of the other street and plots are visible on Google Earth. If you pull back you can see lines in two fields to the east and in some across the main road on the north that match up with the lines in the main field, suggesting that the village was more extensive than they suspected at the time this was dug.

    Stannous FlourideStannous Flouride4 жыл мурун
    • Or that they just had very well worn paths to other places, perhaps predating the site or running to things that no longer existed but had for a very long time earlier.

      Cath' J JCath' J JЖыл мурун
  • I wonder if it was really tobacco they were smoking?

    Blacque Jacque ShellacqueBlacque Jacque Shellacque5 жыл мурун
    • +Blacque Jacque Shellacque Matt wanted to look out back where they'd throw their rubbish. Maybe he'll find some used baggies out there!?

      Jim DilleJim Dille4 жыл мурун
  • "they were smoking like kippers"--hahaha!

    S StanleyS Stanley5 жыл мурун
    • Rimmer is such a douche...love him haha an entire civilization of Rimmers LOL

      tamonettX500tamonettX5004 жыл мурун
    • LOVE Red Dwarf, watched it to death in the 90's...watch mini marathons on KGworld when the mood hits me

      tamonettX500tamonettX5004 жыл мурун
    • LOL

      tamonettX500tamonettX5004 жыл мурун
    • Rimmer Lol

      tamonettX500tamonettX5004 жыл мурун
  • i still prefer to call him baldrick xD

    Luke JonesLuke Jones5 жыл мурун
  • MY REGARDS

    ANDREW OLIVER SATCHELLANDREW OLIVER SATCHELL5 жыл мурун
  • Apparently, his hair was very very dark (almost black) curly and long. He had a beard and the photo I saw depicts him in a turtle neck with a corduroy jacket. Very seventies looking (think: Tom Selleck).

    Patricia DunnPatricia Dunn5 жыл мурун
  • Mick was quite a looker in his youth. Found some photos on the net. We miss you Mick - classy, smart and jolly!

    Patricia DunnPatricia Dunn5 жыл мурун
    • @Alexis Welsh And going down the pub afterward for a memorial wine toast. Except for Phil. Always a pint of ale for Phil. Even at the end of filming for the 100th episode, the champagne corks popped, but there was ol' Phil with a bo'l of ale.

      haplessassholehaplessassholeАй мурун
    • @Ziploc Oh, I didn’t know. RIP

      Alexis WelshAlexis Welsh2 ай мурун
    • @Alexis Welsh well, not Robin Bush as he pre-deceased Mick

      ZiplocZiploc2 ай мурун
    • Patricia Dunn and schnazzy dresser!

      Legal InternLegal Intern3 ай мурун
    • I bet all of the Time Team crew went to his funeral. Tony, Phil, Carenza, Mick the Dig, Matt, Raksha, Stewert, John, Robin, Guy, Victor, Ian, Francis, etc., all paying their respects and sharing stories.

      Alexis WelshAlexis Welsh4 ай мурун
  • What's with the hand digging of the heavy, wet sod? As an old experienced "sod buster" who does golf course maintenance I can say that's a back breaker! Possibly the back-hoe wasn't allowed in that area because it was too soft, or just restricted.

    KYIRISH1KYIRISH16 жыл мурун
    • Yep there it is!

      Sherry ElliottSherry Elliott2 жыл мурун
    • They said something about English Heritage at the beginning, I don’t think that EH let’s them use mechanical diggers on their sites.

      Sherry ElliottSherry Elliott2 жыл мурун
    • +KYIRISH1 The digger appears at about 16 minutes in. My guess is that it's up to the property owner. When they want the turf replaced as it was they cut it into squares and carefully pile it up. When flat they do it with a mechanical turf cutter but that wouldn't work here. The later appearance on Google Earth shows almost no sign of the trenches.

      Stannous FlourideStannous Flouride4 жыл мурун
    • +KYIRISH1 I just paused to ask the same question, especially since at around 9:00 when Phil is teasing John, you can see Ian Barclay, their digger driver. So the driver is there but no digger?

      Fedra HaldaneFedra Haldane5 жыл мурун
  • look at that Defender

    spear latturrspear latturr6 жыл мурун
  • I wish they had said the name of that pub they went to... it looks like a great place.

    APIEngineeringAPIEngineering6 жыл мурун
    • @Stannous Flouride No it was called the Duke of Wellington about 150 yards west from the Spotted Dog. It closed in 2010 and was demolished a couple of years later. The site is now housing.

      grenville64grenville64Жыл мурун
    • +APIEngineering Looks to be the Spotted Dog at nearby High Coniscliffe. www.spotteddogcountrypub.co.uk/index.html

      Stannous FlourideStannous Flouride4 жыл мурун
  • lol @ Phil...about 9:00 'Ah, now don't be fooled, those are NOT stones!'

    Lanfear40Lanfear406 жыл мурун
    • Cor - stone the crows !!

      Cath' J JCath' J JЖыл мурун
  • Oh boys, keep calm ! (around 25.20), Poor old Stewart, he's only environmentalist.

    uw1955uw19556 жыл мурун
  • "Shock horror." :)

    Anna FerraraAnna Ferrara7 жыл мурун
  • I can agree with you Miss Cattude63, it is 92 degrees with the humidity making it feel like 96 degrees here in Lakeland FL USA. I wonder who knitted Prof. Mick's finger mitts?

    Julia MasonJulia Mason7 жыл мурун
  • It's so nice to hear people say "biting cold". At the moment it's 37 degs C here and I'm melting. I could do with a bit of "biting cold"!

    EliniëlEliniël7 жыл мурун
    • Where's here ?

      George B. WolffsohnGeorge B. WolffsohnЖыл мурун
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