Acclaimed BBC4 series Digging for Britain returns this autumn and wants to hear from UK archaeologists about your excavation projects!
The series focuses on archaeological excavations and research in the United Kingdom, both at new sites and those already well-known to science.
Are you part of a dig this spring or summer?
What is your team hoping to find and what questions do they want answered?
Please get in touch to find out further datails via [email protected]
About Digging for Britain
Dr Alice Roberts follows an entire year of British archaeology, joining up the results of digs and investigations the length of the country.
About Past Preservers:
Past Preservers was founded in 2005 by archaeologists Nigel J. Hetherington and Kelly L. Krause to provide historical consultancy and professional guidance to the media industry.
Since our inception, we have established a production consulting team with the sole purpose of producing quality history-based non-fiction programming by focusing on the creative aspect of each project including concept development, production, historical consulting and casting of on-screen experts and presenters.
With a global reach, we serve as the creative hub between the media and heritage worlds. We have expanded and developed from our original base to now include a presenter agency and a historical specialist database alongside our consultancy. Our presenter agency, Past Preservers People, is a full-service boutique management agency representing individual experts from around the globe who have a broad range of achievements, skills and expertise.
The heart of our operation lies in our expert database. This currently contains over 1400 professionals from over twenty countries and includes archaeologists, historians, Egyptologists, classicists, conservationists, forensic biologists, anthropologists, authors, and heritage consultants. This is an invaluable resource for all of our projects.
We have worked with numerous production companies to create shows for networks such as The History Channel, Discovery Channel, Channel 4, ABC, the Travel Channel and National Geographic. Find out more
Header Image Credit : Portable Antiquities Scheme
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