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A Timewatch Guide

  • Season 1
  • 3 episodes
  • Documentary
  • Education

Summary

Series looking at how the BBC has revealed and interpreted monumental moments in our history. Using the BBC archive, the programmes examine changes in research covered in documentary television.

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Episode 3: Roman Britain: A Timewatch Guide

Summary

Alice Roberts explores how the public's view of Roman Britain has changed over the decades, examining events from the initial invasion, through to the construction of Hadrian's Wall and the eventual collapse of the empire, drawing on the work of archaeologists and historians and using 50 years of BBC archive footage. With contributions from Charlotte Higgins, Adrian Goldsworthy, Neil Faulkner and Jo Quinn.

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Cast

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PresenterProfessor Alice Roberts
ContributorCharlotte Higgins
ContributorAdrian Goldsworthly
ContributorNeil Faulkner
ContributorJo Quinn

Crew

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Executive producerJohn Farren
ProducerSusannah Zeff
Series directorJames Gray
Series producerJames Gray

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  • Episode 3

    Roman Britain: A Timewatch Guide

    Summary

    Alice Roberts explores how the public's view of Roman Britain has changed over the decades, examining events from the initial invasion, through to the construction of Hadrian's Wall and the eventual collapse of the empire, drawing on the work of archaeologists and historians and using 50 years of BBC archive footage. With contributions from Charlotte Higgins, Adrian Goldsworthy, Neil Faulkner and Jo Quinn.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    PresenterProfessor Alice Roberts
    ContributorCharlotte Higgins
    ContributorAdrian Goldsworthly
    ContributorNeil Faulkner
    ContributorJo Quinn

    Crew

    rolename
    Executive producerJohn Farren
    ProducerSusannah Zeff
    Series directorJames Gray
    Series producerJames Gray
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