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Time Team - Tottiford and Other Digs [DVD]
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Presented by Tony Robinson, this is Series 18 of Channel Four s popular archaeology show and includes the 200th episode. This time Tony and the experts take us to the following digs: 1. Reservoir Rituals Tottiford 2. Saxon Death, Saxon Gold - Foxton 3. Romans on the Range - High Ham 4. Hitler s Island Fortress Les Gellettes 5. The Furnace in the Forest Derwentcote 6. Under the Gravestones Castor 7. The House of the White Queen Groby 8. Castles and Cannons Mont Orguiel 9. The Mystery of the Manor Moat Llancaiach Fawr 10. Search for the Domesday Mill Buck Mill This three disc set contains all ten episodes of Series 18.
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This 3DVD box set features ten episodes:
1. Reservoir Rituals - Tottiford Reservoir, Devon
2. Saxon Death, Saxon Gold - West Langton, Leicestershire
3. Romans on the Range - High Ham, Somerset
4. Hitler's Island Fortress - Les Gellettes, Jersey, Channel Islands
5. Furnace in the Forest - Derwentcote, County Durham
6. Under the Gravestones - Castor, Cambridgeshire
7. House of the White Queen - Groby, Leicestershire
8. Cannons and Castles - Mont Orgueil, Jersey, Channel Islands
9. Mystery of the Manor Moat - Llancaiach Fawr, South Wales
10. Search for the Domesday Mill - Buck Mill, Somerset
P.S. Dear Videotext Communications, please please please release Series 1 to 14 on DVD.
Where are series 1 to 17?
Are they going to be released?
For me, series 18 is not quite as good as some of the earlier ones but definately worth 4 stars.
Also, if the above description is correct there are 3 missing series 18 programmes though none of these are typical Time Team digs.
The missing programmes are,
Castle of the Saxon Kings (sort of a mini special, visiting a dig at Bamburgh Castle)
Looking Underground (this was a interesting programme showing how geopysicists works which involved John Gator looking for planted, unusual objects in a field)
The Way we Lived (as per the title, a programme looking how we lived in the past)
I do not want to sound too negative as this is a great programme. For anyone who is interested in anything archaeological or historal mysteries and has not seen this programme I would highly recomend watching. In the UK, series 19 starts January Sunday 22nd. There is a good chance that once you start watching, you be hooked.
I am hoping the previous series appear in the near future!
I loved time team from very early on but have seen so precious few of them that i'm pawing to get hold of all the episodes!
Even if you have no interest in history/archeology to speak of, they are still worth a watch if only for the entertainment value: Tony and the team are masters at what they do and each one of them has a character, humanity and passion that they bring to the programme that keeps you giggling, rivetted and inspired all at the same time. The programme is also expertly edited and produced...it's almost as if they've picked up some of the clippings from the editing room floor and stuck them back in again..
I hope time team keep digging till they drop but, more importantly, i hope the people responsible for DVDising these programmes and distributing them wake up one morning with a full sense of their duty to the British public in getting the first 17 episodes released....!!
This is an excellent 3 DVD set, and though I have not watched them all as yet, they appear to be of good quality.
I may start watching these episodes in place of the less inspired series 19 currently running which for me seems to be lacking. I have problems appreciating why Tony Robinson requires a new assistant, other than to wander about saying "wow" and giving us deeper insights into such things as the effects of coastal erosion with "to think all those little waves...". Still takes me back to when I was seven!
This DVD however has a good team, with all the originals including Helen Geake who sadly appears to have all but disappeared from the current series, perhaps she had not appreciated the importance of saying "wow" at the appropriate moments.
It would be wonderful if they released earlier series.
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one or two tracks tended to be missed or stuck but generally very enjoyable as always!Published 1 month ago by bob muirhead
Brilliant didn't think they were out on DVD.S
Brilliant.Didn't think they they would be out on DVD.Such a shame they aren't making any new programmes. Read more
So sad to know that Mick Aston has died and this was his last appearance.I bought this as I have enjoyed most of the other digs,and knowing there was a Welsh house not too far from... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mrs. D. Surrey
This is the very last series of Time Team that Mick Aston appeared before retiring, and as everyone who knows Time Team and it history; Mick unfortunately past away just prior to... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Mr. R. E. Billing