Richard Miles explores how archaeology began by trying to prove a biblical truth.
Ben Robinson flies over Hadrian's Wall to reveal a new view of its history.
Stonehenge, far from being a place of burial, may in fact have been a place of healing.
How discoveries in the 18th century overturned ideas of when and where civilisation began.
Ben Robinson looks at hundreds of previously unknown ancient sites in the Norfolk area.
Michael Buerk joins Alex and Matt. Plus one of the smallest Olympic teams.
The programme meets squatters and those who have been affected by them.
Dr Alice Roberts goes in search of our elusive Stone Age ancestors.
Looks at Roman Britannia, where finds include the thickening mystery of 97 baby skeletons.
The team is called in to investigate the discovery of a skeleton dating from around 100AD.
Neil Oliver completes his epic journey with the modern marvels of Rome.
In 14th century Kibworth, a terrible famine is followed by the Black Death.
Archaeologist Cheryl Ward sets out in search of the mythical land of Punt.
Ellie Harrison goes on a journey around the eastern coast of Northern Ireland.