Time Team: Season 21 - Dig Two - Oxfordshire
April 19, 2022 9:38 AM - Season 21, Episode 2 - Subscribe

Time Team continues with its second brand new excavation in a decade. New presenters Dr Gus Casely-Hayford and Natalie Haynes join team members old and new to investigate a huge Roman villa on the estate of Broughton Castle in Oxfordshire. Armed with new technology, and with seasoned Site Director Neil Holbrook back at the helm, Time Team have just three days to shed light on this complex site.

The second of the crowd funding episodes of Time Team involves a great many of the things we love from previous years of Time Team - hypocaust tiles, irregular Roman villas, smudgy bits in the ground and Stewart finding complex structures by wandering around.

Episode is broken into three 30 minute episodes available for free on Youtube.

Day 1: https://youtu.be/iC_SM8RjjJk
Day 2: https://youtu.be/87rQtgsk1ws
Day 3: https://youtu.be/APdOKQnI_uM

(is anyone interested in having season length posts for each of the previous seasons? I'll happily set them up)
posted by drewbage1847 (2 comments total)
 
I don't know that I have much to say about Time Team, but my sweetie and I are in the middle of watching all of them in order and love them. Maybe if there was a discussion I would think of something to say.
posted by clew at 3:10 PM on April 21 [1 favorite]


I might have some thing to say about old Time Team seasons.
I feel like this Dig 2 was more like original TT than Dig 1. It felt more settled and ‘huh that’s a smidge of red soil’ and watching people work than exposition/character intros, and the gee-whizzery/over-fast camera moves were more confined to the visualization. Oh and I guess the unresolved sidebar about the “missing room” in the castle.

Do they pay the farmer for the lost season of production?
posted by janell at 10:55 PM on April 22 [1 favorite]


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