Members of the OPB national series Time Team America will be on hand at this year’s Archaeology Roadshow to answer questions and give viewers a sneak peek at the new season.

The 2014 Archaeology Roadshow is hosted by Portland State University at OMSI, 1945 SE Water Ave., on Sunday, June 1, at 11 a.m.

Time Team America’s Chelsea Rose will join OPB producers Bruce Barrow and Catherine Stimac to screen clips from the new season of Time Team America and answer audience questions starting at 1 p.m. The one-hour “Civil War Prison” episode from the new season will air at 2 p.m.

“Bringing the science of archaeology to the masses is a driving force behind Time Team America, and the Archaeology Roadshow is such a great opportunity for the public to come together in a fun and meaningful way,” says Rose.

The Archaeology Roadshow is free and open to the public. The day also features exhibits, a kid dig and a panel of experts who will help to identify treasures brought in by the public. Learn more at or


About Time Team America:
Time Team America is a television series produced by OPB for PBS stations that takes viewers into the trenches and back in time. Part adventure, part hard science, part reality show, Time Team America applies the latest technology and the team’s collective expertise to solving the riddles of America’s past against a ticking clock—the team has just three days to find out what it can at each site. Learn more about the series, meet the team and watch behind-the-scenes videos at

Time Team America's Chelsea Rose and Justine Shapiro examine findings in Badger Hole, Oklahoma.

Time Team America‘s Chelsea Rose and Justine Shapiro examine findings in Badger Hole, Oklahoma.

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