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A podcast about the heritage industry, the people who work in it and the vast range of jobs they do. Also it's your opportunity to 'Ask an Archaeologist'. Hosted by Paul Duncan McGarrity, produced by Heather Doole

A podcast about the heritage industry, the people who work in it and the vast range of jobs they do. Also it's your opportunity to 'Ask an Archaeologist'. Hosted by Paul Duncan McGarrity, produced by Heather Doole
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A podcast about the heritage industry, the people who work in it and the vast range of jobs they do. Also it's your opportunity to 'Ask an Archaeologist'. Hosted by Paul Duncan McGarrity, produced by Heather Doole

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English


Episodes

S3:E18 Ask an Archaeologist interview with Dr Andrew Gardner

4/8/2019
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Heads up everyone, it had to come sometime, I'm finally discussing the potential impact of Brexit on the UK Archaeology scene. Joining me on this politically charged chat (as well as many other topics) is Dr Andrew Gardner, a senior lecturer at the Institute of Archaeology. Music by From the Ashes @AskanArch on twitter Then raise the scarlet standard high, Beneath it's folds we'll live and die

Duration:00:39:35

S3:E17 Ask an Archaeologist Q and A with Laura

3/24/2019
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Hello- I'm joined again by Laura to answer some of the questions posed to @Askanarch Lots of interesting stuff including embarrassingly small dinosaurs, accessibility in archaeology and meteors. Music by From the Ashes A girl took down a book of poems Not to say which book of poems

Duration:00:46:17

S3:E16 Ask an Archaeologist interview with Amy Atkins

3/10/2019
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Any interview with Jill of all trades Amy Atkins- If you are looking at starting a career in commercial archaeology this one has a few interesting tips that might be worth knowing for when you apply Music by From the Ashes If you are falling, I'll put out my hands If you feel bitter, I will understand

Duration:00:44:52

S3:E15 Ask an Archaeologist interview with Iszi Lawrence

2/23/2019
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Hello all- back once again like a renegade master. This interview is with Iszi Lawrence, the co-presenter of Radio 4's Making History.Hope you enjoy it- particularly the robotic sounds of a skype call :) Music by From the Ashes Twitter @AskanArch "all they taught you at school was how to be a good worker / The system has failed you, don't fail yourself."

Duration:00:43:03

S3:E14 Ask an Archaeologist interview with Sara Head

2/9/2019
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Hello again, another interview, this time with Sara Head of @ArchyFantasies ArchyFantasies.com Music as always by From the Ashes I raised a family/In times of austerity

Duration:00:53:23

S3:E13 Ask An Archaeologist Q and A with Laura

1/20/2019
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Another Q and A session where I properly go off on one about toilets and Dr Jones again :) Music by From the Ashes It's wrong to wish on space hardware

Duration:00:24:02

S3:E12 Ask An Archaeologist Interview with Lucie Altenburg

1/6/2019
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Hello everyone and Happy 2019! I'm talking to conservator Lucie Altenburg this episode, so it's all about stick this together, learning from objects and ... cosplay? Music is by From the Ashes Youtube video on The Archaeology of Dr Who https://youtu.be/F8jEOPAtdww I was a railwayman, Between the Wars

Duration:01:00:49

S3:E11 Ask An Archaeologist Interview with Dr Brenna Hassett

12/16/2018
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Hello everyone This one's a beaut- Dr Brenna Hassett and I cover everything from starting out in America, to the use of lasers and on to the work of Trowel Blazers music by From the Ashes Image by Steve Cross Way over yonder in the minor key

Duration:00:49:24

S3:E10 Ask An Archaeologist Interview with Dr Sadie Watson

12/2/2018
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Dr Sadie Watson Project Officer extraordinaire- we cover everything from Urban archaeology to inspiring the next generation @AskanArch for any question Music by From the Ashes There is power in a factory, power in the land...

Duration:00:42:44

S3:E9 Ask An Archaeologist Q and A with Elizabeth Knox

11/17/2018
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I'm joined by Liz Knox as we tackle the future of Archaeology, opportunities for younger people and the UK possibly pulling out of UNESCO- so you know a light and fluffy episode :) I'm just waiting for the great leap forward

Duration:00:56:52

S3:E8 Ask An Archaeologist interview with Raksha Dave

11/4/2018
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Archaeologist and broadcaster who loves dinosaurs Raksha Dave. A lovely interview covering her time on Time Team, diversity in archaeology and a host of other things Follow her @Raksha_Digs, it's well worth it Music is by From the Ashes contact me via @Askanarch 18th November 2018- 2NorthDown for A Practical guide to Attacking Castles I don't want to change the world, I'm not looking for a new England..

Duration:01:13:12

S3:E7 Ask An Archaeologist SWAPCAST! With Dr Victoria Stiles and the 1066 wasn't all that podcast

10/21/2018
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Hello all. It's my first swapcast- where one interview ends up on two feeds (lazy/efficeint) This one is with Dr Victoria Stiles and it's lovely. not much else from me today, its been a long day and I'm off to bed now. Night! @AskanArch for your questions please

Duration:00:53:16

S3:E6 Ask An Archaeologist at DigNation 2018 with Phil Harding, Dr Helen Geake and Julian Richards

9/29/2018
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I went along to DigNation 2018 and got to meet a bunch of people who inspired me to take up archaeology, so it's a genuine shock I managed to hold it together enough to get these interviews :) @Askanarch

Duration:00:55:05

S3:E5 Ask An Archaeologist interview with Alex Fitzpatrick

9/12/2018
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This episode I talk to zooarchaeologist and scicomm powerhouse Alex Fitzpatrick Catch her on twitter where she is prodigious and very entertaining @ArchaeologyFitz Go listen to her podcast too @ArchaeoAnimals Ask questions for future episodes @AskanArch Music was by 'From the Ashes' Voice was by 'my face' I was wearing an off the shoulder number from Dior and my hair was by 'Wind and Bushdrag'

Duration:00:29:48

S3:E4 Ask An Archaeologist interview with Andrew Noel McClelland

8/30/2018
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Another interview from the Edinburgh Festival, this time with comedian Andrew Noel McClelland @AskanArch on twitter if you want to ask any questions in future episodes Music is by From the Ashes- check them out on band camp I'm going to go lie down now- probably read a book... oooo no I've got that new issue of BBC History through, brilliant.

Duration:00:24:55

S3:E3 Ask An Archaeologist interview with Alex Farrow

8/15/2018
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From the Edinburgh Festival an interview with one of the founders of Stand Up History, Alex Farrow I'm soooooo sleepy...

Duration:00:28:30

S3:E2 Ask An Archaeologist interview with Terri Dendy and Kristin Hussey

7/31/2018
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This week I talk to museum professionals and bloggers extraordinaire Terri Dendy and Kristin Hussey QUICK WARNING- I think I missed a couple of mild swear words in the edit- there's definately at least one crap, so a heads up if you are listening with small children. Follow on @AskanArch to pose your questions Music by the utter superstars From the Ashes and if you are at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival 2-26 (not the 14th) 12.30pm Espionage 'A Practical Guide to Attacking Castles'

Duration:01:15:23

S3:E1 Ask An Archaeologist interview with Elizabeth Knox

7/17/2018
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The podcast returns with a few changes but the same mix of facts and humour. This week Paul sits down with Osteologist Elizabeth Knox to talk all things bones. Follow us @AskanArch to pose your questions Music as always by From the Ashes- lovely bunch of lads Thanks, it feels good to be back.

Duration:00:31:54

S2:E5 Ask An Archaeologist Q&A

3/18/2018
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Welcome to a new episode! This time Paul talks snowmen, routes into the industry and castles. And dressing gowns, again.

Duration:00:37:46

S2:E4 Ask An Archaeologist with James Wright

3/4/2018
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Welcome to a new episode! Paul talks with James Wright about buildings, masons and the fascinating history of Tattershall Castle. If you'd like to get in touch with James about his lectures, you can do so via the University of Nottingham - https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/archaeology/people/james.wrights

Duration:01:01:27