Castle in the Round (Queenborough) | S13E8 | Time Team

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After you watch this episode, check out the official commentary video on the Time Team Official TRshow Channel! • Time Team Commentary: ...
On the mouth of the Thames, within easy reach of the Channel, lie the remains of Queenborough Castle - the last royal castle to be built in the medieval period.
Series 13, Episode 08
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@davidmunro1469 2 yıl önce
Phil is the greatest treasure on time team. I love them all but Phil is a man down playing years of skill and learning.
@sandydetarville6743 2 aylar önce
@acerbicatheist2893 Yıl önce
I'd forgotten just how good these programmes are... and I'm glad to live in a country that even considered creating something as absolutely excellent as this. And isn't it delightful that Tony is so much more than just some paid presenter, but an enthusiastically engaged, interested, albeit amateur, participant! Superb stuff! 👌🏻😁👍❤️✈️🚀🛸Wheee❗⚡⚡⚡✨😈👍
@MegaMeaty Yıl önce
I live in the US, but I love this show. There is some archeology where I live, but it presents a very bleak picture of the people that lived here. Whenever we excavate we find boiled human bones. I don't mean just a few. The natives ate each other in prodigious numbers, and we are not allowed to publish these findings. The 'Smithsonian' magazine published such findings in the late 90's, and the woke crowd had an absolute cow rampage. I want so much to disclose to the world that the American natives were not noble savages, but just disgusting savage that it is unthinkable the habits they had.
@ranonampangom2185 Yıl önce
@@MegaMeaty Troll.
@MegaMeaty Yıl önce
@@ranonampangom2185 Not trolls- cannibals, and they ate each other to survive. It is who they are.
@RickNelsonMn Yıl önce
That last view of what the castle, starting @48:00, may have truly looked like was magnificent. A too short ending, that deserves far more credit and explanation. Great work for a fabulous team of archeologists and support. 👍🏻
@Textile_Courtesan 11 aylar önce
Honestly, Rick, all of these are so exciting they could be double in length and I'd watch every second.
@doctorh.m.l4727 Yıl önce
That little moment of the lady with her grandchild is just too cute. I just love that they bouth had the same idea and played with that little catle box so cute.
@christibor8821 Yıl önce
“Beware of men with little jobs” words of wisdom from my man Phil
@Tortall2012 2 yıl önce
Phil's comment of "I know, think, engage brain Phil" made me laugh... so very relatable during a long day of work
@craigreuter1112 5 aylar önce
As an American watching these episodes, there is a kinship between American English and Phil’s. Not the pronunciation necessarily, but he interjects many idioms and vocabulary that made their way across the Atlantic and into our language.
@lauramatilda3279 7 aylar önce
I loved the part with the lady and little girl with the castle model, what an amazing thing to have. I am sure the grandfather who bought it would be pleased to see his great great grandchild still lovingly playing with the Queen in the castle 😊😊
@Hurts44 2 yıl önce
Stuart can work out a site just by looking at it, I like Stuart he never fails to impress me with his skills as a landscape archeoligist great stuff "impressive".
@ghomerhust 2 yıl önce
he might be a jedi, using the force to feel out the land
@cameleonfleuri 2 yıl önce
Yes, indeed, he is very talented and has great intuition!
@romebigred2 2 yıl önce
Yet the others tend to really question him more than the others, at least it feels that way. Is that just my impression? Or is it his northern accent that makes them dismiss him?
@cameleonfleuri 2 yıl önce
@@romebigred2 I feel that too!
@lorrainearmstrong7587 Yıl önce
@@cameleonfleuri I like Phil's intuition much better. Never liked Stuart LOL he uses the 'geo-phys'
@gailcbull 2 yıl önce
The paper boat with the fish oars is too funny for words! Further proof that the English have always loved eccentrics.
@annpartoon5300 2 yıl önce
should have varnished the fish
@Steven-tm6kr 2 yıl önce
I recommend Tim Fitzhigham's The gambler radio shows for eccentric bets.
@dixiewarren362 Yıl önce
very Monty Python 😁
@StanSwan 2 yıl önce
Love this show and just discovered it about a year ago. I see a lot of these old building had their stone robbed out. I often wonder if they can trace where it was used in later buildings? Phil and Mick and all the cast are great. RIP Mick.
@Libbathegreat Yıl önce
Edit: They said that in this case most of the masonry was sold off when the castle was demolished in 1650. You sometimes can trace where the stone's been carried off to if you have good in situ examples to compare with. Most of it doesn't go far, usually incorporated into later walls or basements in the surrounding town. But they might not be visible as they're all covered up with plaster. Sometimes the local city fathers "salvaged" the stone for public works such as dikes or retaining walls. There's one TT episode (can't remember which) in which they found an old auction catalogue showing that a Georgian palace had been sold off piece by piece (down to the wallpaper!) to settle the family's debts.
@dentwatkins2193 2 yıl önce
Oh, the joy of finding an episode that I hadn't seen before. Excellent! Thank you.
@gretch- 2 yıl önce
I love Phil’s the curvin bit. And Tony’s I’m not running anymore. All in the first day!! All my favorite people! 💕
@EIixir 2 yıl önce
I hope someone did more work on this site. The castle design looks beautiful.
@alfhilda 9 aylar önce
What a brilliant episode! The paper boat had nothing to do with the castle, but what fun chaps 😅
@stephene7180 2 yıl önce
Time team is the greatest discovery for me. I find myself just watching it when I have time to watch anything thank you whoever puts these on here. I wish it had aired in America
@lorrainearmstrong7587 Yıl önce
If you look VERY hard, there are some episodes that 'Time Team' did in the US on the eastern seaboard, back to the French invasion
@mikeblair2594 9 aylar önce
There were some episodes of time team America from PBS that you can find on PBS back catalog for free if my memory serves me right.
@mikeblair2594 9 aylar önce
There were some episodes of time team America from PBS that you can find on PBS back catalog for free if my memory serves me right.
@judithburke1539 4 aylar önce
Time team also came to the U.S. to dig for dinosaurs 🦖🦕.
@tetchan5964 2 yıl önce
Your uploads are getting me through a serious chronic illness flare I’ve been in since January - thank you!
@StoriesbyIrish 2 yıl önce
Stay strong! I've been going through hard times, for about the same amount of time. ❤
@Xxsnipedawg72xX 2 yıl önce
Just remember the indomitable nature of the human spirit. Our family has had to start a new after a terrible incident of a murder suicide. Remember you are indomitable. Never let the light die out
@cindykaye3152 2 yıl önce
I can empathize. I'm in the middle of a massive crohns flare myself. Sending good vibes for healing & peace. Hang in there!💜
@ChrisHyde537 2 yıl önce
@@StoriesbyIrish Isn’t old age a hoot? Still looking around for those advertised golden years.
@StoriesbyIrish 2 yıl önce
@@ChrisHyde537 I am convinced those "golden years" were actually my early 20s....
@tomp7847 Yıl önce
Stuart always gets the last laugh
@MrRedneckcrazy Yıl önce
As an American in Virginia it is very interesting seeing old buildings and castles. It's always sad that you're no longer standing but you've had a much longer history than us.
@QuBoadicea69 2 yıl önce
If I’d lived in the UK when this series was going, I think I would’ve petitioned hard for this great team to uncover whatever is possible of the Savoy Palace! I’ve always wondered about that great building and if any artifacts at all have ever been discovered connected with that palace that was burnt down during the Peasants Revolt. Love English history!
@paintedpilgrim 2 yıl önce
The only issue with that is there is very little open ground in the area that is now occupied by the famous hotel and theatre. The open ground/garden adjacent to the Savoy Chapel would be the only place to dig, and no doubt also has restrictions given burials and utilities. In saying that though, its likely if any building is demolished in the area then archaeological work will be done (as is pretty common in London) before anything new is constructed.
@QuBoadicea69 Yıl önce
@@paintedpilgrim I would look forward to that!
@donnal.oglesby4806 2 yıl önce
The team, is awesome and I so enjoy how they can good off on one another, and have a good laugh but still get things done. This one was a very confusing dig, and so sad when the sites are already dug up and things sold off or stolen to rub out complete walls or part of structure...
@borderreiver3288 Yıl önce
@amandachapman4708 2 yıl önce
Great episode. And thankfully the incidental music is not intrusive, unlike in some other episodes that have been released recently.
@johnshields6852 Yıl önce
This s is very interesting, it's strange feeling to know that we humans tend to continue building over the same sites as past inhabitants, it makes sense, somewhat level land, geographically centered in prime locations, wether for business or some benefit, we build literally on top of our fathers before us. Thank you for this video, I appreciate the effort to recognize the ones who lived previous to us just as we'll be built on top of us millennia from now.
@martincuda7947 Yıl önce
It would be interesting to do an episode on some aspect of the fortress of Montreal. The French fortified both Quebec City and Montreal. However, in the 1800's the walls around Montreal were torn down to make way for commerce. Sadly, tourism had not yet taken off.
@jamesblair18 2 yıl önce
Really enjoying the programmes, as I missed some first time around, we really need more. There’s a lot of looking back to look forward atm can Timeteam help us again?
@woodbeck 2 yıl önce
bloody love Brig and her construction hat on backwards! What a legend
@sandrah5405 2 yıl önce
Well she is a Kiwi so maybe that is the way they wear them down under! :)
@woodbeck 2 yıl önce
@@sandrah5405 100% can confirm. Us kiwis will always find a way to skate the line between neutral and chaotic good 😁😂
@jamesfraser4173 2 yıl önce
@@woodbeck i know what you mean.
@katerinakemp5701 2 yıl önce
@@woodbeck lol lucky Brig has proper boots on instead of being barefoot or having her jandals on.
@univerzaltruth6481 2 yıl önce
Having lived twice on the Isle of Sheppey (Minster) I'd not heard of any of this. How interesting!! Ty for new knowledge 👍
@annethompson2173 11 aylar önce
Love Sam.. he is so enthusiastic about his work.
@lb2220 2 yıl önce
I would love to come and intern with the TimeTeam, love the show! Keep up the good, educational and entertaining! PS: I am serious about volunteering and I have a pension! lol carry on...
@KAT-ew9wz 2 yıl önce
one I haven't seen before! Awesome. Also, anyone else felt thrown when Tony said "three days to come up with some answers" rather than "to find out"?
@IckyNeko 2 yıl önce
I read this just as he was saying it. Kinda freaky.
@lorrainearmstrong7587 Yıl önce
Been watching for years. I am well aware they 'only have three days' LOL
@kurtbogle2973 2 yıl önce
I LOVE TIME TEAM!!! The most interesting program I have ever watched!
@robertellis2473 2 yıl önce
Me 2
@slateg1 2 yıl önce
😂 ME 3!!
@brodiemarshall1123 2 yıl önce
I'm with ya Kurt
@milliebanks7209 2 yıl önce
I was just about to add my comment of how much I enjoy this series. Glad I found your post!
@speedbrake22 2 yıl önce
I like how on the beginning of day 1 the lawn looks beautifully flat, and by the end of day 3 it has transformed in 1 big mess of soil heaps mixed with archaeology
@barrymantz6026 2 yıl önce
In the town I was born in Holland they found in the 70ties a large castle. But because they didn't have the tools and knowledge they decided to bury it again so maybe generations later could dig it up! It's still land for animals now. Surrounded by new homes. Nobody can do any digging there. I'm still wondering what's there!
@jodyshepard9482 2 yıl önce
So impressive! I wish I could see what is involved in putting the land back together when TT leaves. Are some places/digs left open?
@paintedpilgrim 2 yıl önce
I think a lot of the time it depends, where they have been called in to assist others, there will be other works continuing once TT leave. What frequently happens is that many digs especially those linked to Universities is that they continue for years sometimes decades over the period of a few weeks each summer, and those that happen in urban centres are often refilled quite quickly or in the case of the only 4 day dig in TT history (in Coventry) the surrounding area was demolished whilst protecting the in situ finds which can be visited today.
@devinecatlady 7 gün önce
One of the best episodes in my opinion. Really enjoyed it.
@lisatwitchell403 2 yıl önce
Time Team is great. I'm really supporting the new time Time Team effort. Middle Georgia, in the United States
@TheShootist 2 yıl önce
as long as they get James May to be the pedantic presenter.
@czgator9000 Yıl önce
I am so glad they are doing it but Tony and Phil decided not to get involved and it shows.
@christydowns783 2 yıl önce
Once again they dismissed Stewart's idea and once again he was right. Will they ever learn?
@rosiya189 2 yıl önce
I am so grateful for these uploads, thank you 💜
@huw3851 2 yıl önce
I didn't realise they could disappear a whole castle so thoroughly in the process of robbing out the stones. I wonder how much of that is down to local landscape and geology - it looked a low and muddy area and perhaps stone was in short supply?
@laurarules3642 3 aylar önce
I used to love this show and this is the first time I have watched it in a very long time. Maybe my attitude will change watching this now I'm a bit older but I remember them doing digs and they'd find maybe one side of a wall and a lot of stones and some coins and then they would do a computer enhancement of what they had uncovered and it would be this huge village or a massive church. I always found that a bit wishy washy and like they just made it up as they went along lol
@donnaorton9547 2 yıl önce
A new one to me!! Thank you, thank you Time Team!👑
@Droopybear 10 aylar önce
I do so appreciate what time team does, it's not just UK history, but also how to perform archeology. Could time team do a history of the British language? I'd like to know why y'all put an extra "r" at the end of words. I'm fascinated by histories of languages. Thanks for keeping history alive!!!!
@graemebrumfitt6668 2 yıl önce
Whoever thought up Time Team is a Genius. TFS, GB :)
@TheShootist 2 yıl önce
His name was Mick Aston.
@maxsdad538 2 yıl önce
His name is Tim Taylor, and he's not just the series producer, but he's also an archaeologist. It's actually a spin-off from an earlier show called "Time Signs", also created by Taylor. Mick had nothing to do with the creation of either series, only the development.
@Hurts44 2 yıl önce
Yeah Mick Aston was the mind behind the idea of time team. RIP Mick.
@micheleploeser7720 Yıl önce
Glad to see more women archaeologists than men working the trenches. Many young girls will be inspired to peruse archeology!
@jamesnoland3445 Yıl önce
Wow! I really wish that castle still stood today. What a beautiful structure it would be.
@robertknowles2699 Yıl önce
Too fancy, and how much fuel to heat lower rooms in winter?
@PtolemyJones 2 yıl önce
I really enjoy it when they overlay their pictures and actions over the camera footage. Lots of new people in this one for me.
@trevortaylor5501 2 yıl önce
Best show, could watch this all day in fact I will lol.
@jamgart6880 2 yıl önce
I wonder if Fort Darnet, close by on a little island (Darnet Island?) in the river Medway, was designed based on this castle? It’s only 1 tier, so just ground level but it’s circular with rounded turrets all around the exterior.
@cyrilthompson1846 3 aylar önce
Congratulations Brittany. Life is about to change big time. I don't know of any problems during your swimming.. Family find it a difficult moment. The additional Grand or Uncle and Aunt makes them feel older. I have a feeling a certain baby will be able to swim before walkin. Enjoy every stage. They grew so fast and the firsts queue up before you realise.. Congratulations again both of you.
@akinohikari1000 2 yıl önce
"Stewart was right" Stewart is always right :P
@Jolan61 2 yıl önce
What always amazes me is he takes such serious pushback with a smile
@biologychic7292 2 yıl önce
Stewart is the lovable underdog of time team! Seeing him scuttle around on his bike makes me smile every time.
@TheGordem Yıl önce
Whilst the rest of them are gibbering and arguing in the middle, Stewart is the lone wolf stalking the perimeter and seeing the big picture the rest miss.
@stephaniesteenkamer7466 2 yıl önce
Loved the paper boat and the floppy fish oar.
@mirandamom1346 2 yıl önce
The part of this I remembered best was the jewelry box/dollhouse 😆
@milafraser 10 aylar önce
Woohoo for Stewart! So good!
@MariVictorius 2 yıl önce
Yay, a “new” episode! 👍
@davidmunro1469 2 yıl önce
The little girl and her gran and Faye is a beauty overload. pretty.
@susanjane4784 7 aylar önce
This castle is pure fairy tale for me. We had an artist's painting in our bedroom as kids that were pink and all the rest. But this one was real!
@57jwyatt Yıl önce
I was wondering why the geophys wasn't discussed and done days, weeks before the clock starts. Then that time could be recovered for actual digging. Just a thought.
@matt_cummins28 2 yıl önce
Can someone answer a question for me: after a dig, is it usual practice to cover over the things that have been found (after doing drawings and photographs and so forth), but taking away the little finds?
@Steven-tm6kr 2 yıl önce
Covering things over again is a good way to protect them. You can always uncover them or expand at a later date.
@TheGordem Yıl önce
And who actually does this after the "stars" have gone home, do they have a dedicated "mop up" team? Particularly when they are in peoples' back yards removing patios and suchlike.
@enyab.6939 2 yıl önce
Fascinating! Sheppey is wonderful! Was there a nunnery there during King Edward and Queen Philippa’s time?
@royfr8136 7 aylar önce
I used to love there. It's she'll hole of despair and poverty.
@theeddorian 2 yıl önce
The castle is curiously reminiscent of a Norman motte and bailey layout.
@pogonator1 2 yıl önce
Or a rounded version of the Castel del Monte.
@garrycollins3415 2 yıl önce
I downloaded Black Adder and started watching the show. It gives Time Team a slightly funnier perspective.
@simonconstable8156 Yıl önce
Excellent though this episode is I'm surprised they didn't attempt to locate some of the masonry. Or see where it all went.
@p24hrsmith 2 yıl önce
Watching these videos in a few you get someone to make a meal or a drink of the period to try and though it would be good getting some of these people back to do some ancient cooking and drink making videos
@jasonhare8540 5 aylar önce
Great Scott.... Tony did something close to manual labor 🤣🤣🤣
@michelleashley4836 2 yıl önce
Even though it was built before the war of the 🌹, it almost kinda looks like the rose shape on the 2d plan.
@bethbartlett5692 Yıl önce
*The Architectural Expert, Johnathon,* @ 35:15 --> (with Stewart, who is one of my favorites on "Time Team"), has made a variety of premier excellent contributions to each of the shows I've seen him involved with. He's exceptionally intelligent and we'll studied in his field. It can't escape the viewers that he is also a most attractive man, and that at "the Cary Grant level". Definitely an individual that a Producer would recognize as a "hands down value", I also would imagine they would have him on the short list of "Top Choices" for any potential further "Time Team" Productions. ...and we all desire that to happen, and soon. Beth Tennessee, USA
@robertellis2473 2 yıl önce
Time team rocks. I'm addicted. Hi from Connecticut. USA
@Hurts44 2 yıl önce
Hello back from the UK.
@robertellis2473 2 yıl önce
@@Hurts44 🙂
@duquet71 2 yıl önce
Great episode and am really happy seeing these being posted a couple of times a week. Still have a massive crush on Faye!
@davidwdorr6636 2 yıl önce
Me too! I'm always bummed when I find she's not in an episode I'm watching.
@CanChikMay 2 yıl önce
Beautiful...i love how it all comes together!
@kaptainkaos1202 2 yıl önce
My biggest question in common of all the episodes is where does the meter upon meter of dirt covering come from? I mean I’ve been in my home for over 30 years and I haven’t seen any buildup at all. Some episodes they are 3-4 meters below the surface. How?
@feliciamusic7945 2 yıl önce
Actually, I can tell you from experience digging around my 1889 logger/miners home in the mtns of Colorado, that I dug down 1 meter/3 feet and found the remnants of the coal dump when my home was heated by coal. It was along the alley
@feliciamusic7945 2 yıl önce
To finish my thought...the alley was used to dump coal during the 20s and 30s. So, there's been a 3ft build up in just 80 yrs. I also found axes and railroad spikes at that level.
@Libbathegreat Yıl önce
It varies, but back before we had mechanical excavators, tearing out a building's stone foundations just wasn't worth the energy. They'd salvage whatever stone they wanted or could carry off, and then heap dirt, clay or rubble on top of it to create a level surface to either build over or use for something else like gardens. Some of it happens over time through natural processes as others have mentioned, but a lot of it is purposefully done at the end of the building's use.
@barrymantz6026 2 yıl önce
I always loved history, ... and I really love to dig! Where can I sigh up?
@stuartlydes-uings1876 2 yıl önce
This castle no doubt influenced the design of both Walmer and Deal castles which were built the best part of 200 years later!
@maxsdad538 2 yıl önce
Sorry, no. Artillery forts predated Queensborough by at least a century. Beaumaris (almost identical to Queensborough) was constructed around 1280, and fortification of castles during the early 1300's through defensive towers and crenellation was widespread throughout Europe.
@georgedorn1022 2 yıl önce
@@maxsdad538 Beaumaris (constructed from 1295) is not really 'almost identical' to Queenborough - both are concentric designs with round towers, common to many similar structures of this era. They are similar inasmuch as most castles of this period are similar. Queenborough was circular in plan whereas Beaumaris is sub-rectangular. The curtain wall at Queenborough featured only two towers, either side of the main gate; Beaumaris has twelve towers as well as the sea and north gates, essentially adding another four towers. Both castles' inner wards had six towers but the two gatehouses at Beaumaris effectively increased this number to ten. Oliver Creighton, the castles expert in this episode, states that the castle most similar to Beaumaris is Harlech.
@elleryeggen9678 2 yıl önce
17:45, The hair of my childhood, my ancestors ! Brilliant!
@marcicummings614 2 yıl önce
I think it's hysterical. They have receipts for products bought 500 years ago. I can't keep track of my grocery receipt from last week!
@vanthspiritwalker Aylar önce
This castle reminds me an awful lot of Castel del Monte in Puglia...
@pollyg562 9 aylar önce
if you were told about the paper boat escapade you would instantly think 'crazy TRshowr, but Zac and Jay were pipped by John Taylor a TRshowr 300 years too soon
@ColonelBummleigh Yıl önce
27:38 Haha I love this sort of thing.Arsing about is as old as time.
@tracishea5053 2 yıl önce
41:18 - 41:30 "He was a genius." 🤣🤣🤣😅
@brianjohnson8918 18 gün önce
At some point you've got to just declare "Trench 1" will now cover the entire site. 😂😂😂😂😂😂 Also, I think a 2mph breeze would swamp that 'boat'.
@zoundstreetop 2 yıl önce
What that boat needed was live fish in harnesses attached to broom handles as oars.
@thomashyle6098 2 yıl önce
that is one phenomenally unsafe looking trench
@lovethecoffeeberry1882 2 yıl önce
These got me through covid. Thank you..
@Hurts44 2 yıl önce
Archaeology is known to help with treating combat stress for military servicemen in the UK who have been wounded or have seen some bad things in their service. My point is, that it can help normal people getting through difficult times, so I can believe watching Time Team has helped you get through this pandemic. "Intresting" your not the only person to have said that many others have too. I am glad it help you.
@lovethecoffeeberry1882 2 yıl önce
@@Hurts44 Agreed. I was going thru Covid and anxiety because I could not take my medication, this was the only show that kept me from going crazy... Covid is a terrible thing. I had never felt as bad as I did this last month.
@lovethecoffeeberry1882 2 yıl önce
@@Hurts44 TT has turned into a favorite of mine, we just don't make shows like this in the USA.. We got the Kardashians.
@pamelaberkman3864 2 yıl önce
@@Hurts44 have you seen season 20 episode 5, Warriors? exactly what you’re talking about.
@WillyShakes 2 yıl önce
Sticking my fingers behind a woodpile in a cellar is not something I'd ever do in the US. I'm envious of the lack of poisonous spiders in the UK.
@TheAdvancedMusic 2 yıl önce
They're moving in, though!
@TheGordem Yıl önce
We are lucky in the UK in having virtually no beasts that can cause harm, other than one snake that probably about 0.1% of the population have ever even seen.
@simond5387 11 aylar önce
Plenty of poisonous politicians, however!
@simonkensington-fellows6142 4 saatler önce
This aired over 17 years and yet they still experienced temps of 32c. Here’s the BBC describing 2023 temps, “However, that theme changed dramatically in June. Temperatures soared to 32.2°C, with a heatwave being declared in many places and becoming the warmest June on record which, according to the Met Office, bears the "fingerprint of climate change".
@hannahbrown2728 5 aylar önce
Its early days in me watching this one, but I think Ive stumbled onto an episode I havent seen yet?! Ive seen most a few times each, maybe Ill remember this along the way, but oh I sure hope Im right. Thatd be like finding cash in your jeans.
@aylbdrmadison1051 2 yıl önce
20:03 Watch the building appear out of nowhere.
@themightywookie351c3 2 yıl önce
Mick conducting leash training on Tony. Later Tony says he is not going to run anymore, time for more training for Tony. 😆 Don’t forget your sunscreen. 🥵
@marcusalford1750 2 yıl önce
28:00 I thought this was time team not art attack he even says "here's one i made earlier" 😂
@FanFicnic Yıl önce
Phil’s shorts are simply too much for me 😆
@fraeris1 2 yıl önce
Thanks a lot from Norway🌞 💖
@lindak8664 20 gün önce
_”might be the curved bit”._ snort laugh! 😂
@jamesburton-carter6093 2 yıl önce
Tony to Phil:"show me i'm blind!!"
@emeraldthunder 2 yıl önce
I love time team.
@mercedes523 2 yıl önce
Phil’s upper body has to be strong 💪. All that digging and lifting can weigh heavily on the muscles.
@czgator9000 Yıl önce
I have always wondered how his nails look so well groomed.
@dafyddiago 7 aylar önce
"Has'nt British TV gone down hill" Never a truer statement.....
@Legion563 2 yıl önce
'That's there,' 'Just disconnect and go away will you.'..ahahahaha
@MLthereal96 2 yıl önce
The sound music playing in the background of 15:00 makes me so happy also i might sample for a beat
@chrisbuchaniec3765 2 yıl önce
Was John Taylor's paper boat named Rio??? Lol 😆
@davidcarroll4411 2 yıl önce
I wish I could get a commission on the sod they have to lay when they’re done.
@paulainsc8212 2 yıl önce
I’ve wondered what happens to the site when they all leave.
@richardteague904 2 yıl önce
Sunday's are archaeology interesting again!
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