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Aug 17, 2021

I talk to Tomos Jones, the Community Archaeologist for the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park about heritage and archaeology in and around the county. We met at St Govan's Chapel on a blustery morning and you can hear the wind and the crashing waves as we chat. 

Tomos mentioned a number of useful websites, the links...


Aug 2, 2021

I went to Porth y Rhaw, just outside of Solva, to visit Fran Murphy and her team from Dyfed Archaeological Trust as they excavated an Iron Age promontory fort. It's an impressive place, you can hear visitors being shown around the site at one point and, of course, the wind and waves crashing below us all the...


Jul 12, 2021

A short episode this week.

I called at a blustery Whitesands Bay in St Davids to talk to Dyfed Archaeological Trust who were running an excavation of St Patrick's Chapel. Well, I just happened to have my recording equipment with me so I asked archaeologist Jenna Smith to tell me what they were doing.

from the DATRIS...


May 24, 2021

In the lead up to PLANED's Community Heritage Week (31st May to 4th June) I talk to Stuart Berry about all things heritage. The details of this year's Community Heritage Week can be found on his website, here: http://www.echoeswales.cymru/projects/pembrokeshire-community-heritage-week/

In this episode Stuart mentions...


Mar 15, 2021

I put on a hard hat to talk to Andrew Rees and Donna Harding about the renovation of the old school in the centre of Narberth working with Pembrokeshire County Council (PCC).

They are building a food hub for the centre of the town, you can find out more from their website: https://hwbnarberth.com

from the DATRIS Project...