Tom Pinfold is an archaeologist, specialising in Roman archaeology, especially in Britain and Northern Europe and has also studied as a military historian with interests from the Iron Age Celts to
Nov 13, 2013 · In each series, the presenters live as ordinary people from different historical periods; this time Goodman, archaeologist Peter Ginn and newcomer Tom Pinfold …
Thomas (Tom) D Pinfold 1987-1982. He has also studied as a military historian with interests from the Iron Age Celts to the Cold War. He is currently a Public Relations Officer at the Royal Navy Reserve in Liverpool. Tom Pinfold first came to public notice when working on “The Secrets of the Castle” project for Lion TV and the BBC.
Historian Ruth Goodman is still on board, as is archaeologist Peter Ginn, but archaeologist Alex Langlands has gone, for some reason.
View Tom Pinfold’s profile on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional community. Tom has 14 jobs listed on their profile. I focused on the Romans, Public and experimental archaeology and conflict and warfare. Activities and Societies: Member of the Society of Archaeological Students, Social Secretary of the Thai Boxing Club, Member of
Title: Royal Navy Officer
Historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Tom Pinfold and Peter Ginn explore medieval castle building on site at the modern-day reconstruction project of Guedelon Castle in France.
It looked as though Alex had jumped ship to join Time Team, and I’m supposing that he couldn’t do both. He seemed pretty pleased with the move – going to work on his favourite television programme, which was one of the reasons he became an archaeologist in the first place. Yes, Time Team has been on our screens long enough to have influenced his choice of university course.
Nov 13, 2013 · Historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Peter Ginn and Tom Pinfold turn the clock back 500 years to the early Tudor period to become tenant farmers on monastery land. Peter Ginn, Ruth Goodman, Geraldine James | See full cast & crew ».
Tudor Monastery Farm. The series stars archaeologists Peter Ginn and Tom Pinfold, and historian Ruth Goodman. The team discover what farming was like during the Tudor period at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum. The program also recurringly features other historians, such as Colin Richards (an expert on rural crafts ),
No. of episodes: 6 (list of episodes)
Peter Ginn is a British archaeologist, best known as a presenter of the BBC educational television documentary series (2005-2014) the BBC Historic Farms Series. Ginn and Ruth Goodman were the only presenters to appear in every Farm series although he did not appear in the related Victorian Pharmacy. His later work includes Full Steam Ahead (2016).
Born: 1978 (age 39–40)
Nov 18, 2014 · Historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Peter Ginn and Tom Pinfold turn the clock back 500 years to the early Tudor period to become tenant farmers on monastery land.