This week I recorded an interview, for BBC Radio 4's Open Country, at a rock art site on a Scottish mountain.Read More
This week I visited three probable Bronze Age cairns on a prominent ridge near Rothbury in Northumberland. They have been partially robbed, and remodeled in recent times, but are set in a striking location.Read More
This week I was in Llangollen Museum, working with friend and colleague Professor Howard Williams. We were there to record an intriguing sculpted stone, the Smiling Abbot, which likely dates to the fourteenth century.
Having just completed our fieldwalking survey near Golspie, I was joined by Richard Bradley, Ronnie Scott and Annette Jack on a visit to the Ferrycroft Visitor Centre and heritage trail in Lairg.Read More
Given the likely importance of marine travel for moving people, animals and materials in prehistory, today we visited the peninsular of Tarbat Ness which is not far from the village of Portmahomack. Located across the Dornoch Firth from Loch Fleet this offered a marine-orientated perspective upon the area we have been fieldwalking over the past two weeks.Read More
There are only a few more fields in a suitable condition to survey, so we have moved to higher groundwith wide views overlooking Golspie. In the afternoon we went to the present-day shoreline to see what raw materials could be found.Read More