Episode 16 : Electric Archaeology

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http://www.static.anarchaeologist.co.uk/Podcast/Episode16/ElectricArchaeologyEpisode16.mp3Download file | Size: 7 Today’s episode we enter the electric zone of archaeology with our guide Shawn Graham. Talking about his blog and how it has led through his identity as an academic starting off and how it got him the job he has now because of it. We talk about Public archaeology and… Read more »

Episode 15: Shamanism in the UK

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http://www.static.anarchaeologist.co.uk/Podcast/Episode15/ep15finalt.mp3Download file | Size: 5 Sporting a headdress of red deer bones and antlers, Masters student of Archaelogy James Dilley brings a flavour of Shamanism to the Anarchaeologist Podcast. We discuss the reality of Shaman practises in the UK (which I can’t pronounce properly the entire episode), and what life was like for bronze age… Read more »

Update #1 – Anarchaeologist

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http://www.static.anarchaeologist.co.uk/Podcast/Updates/Anarchaaologist%20update%2023.mp3Download file | Size: 5Hello Everyone, there are a number of chanfes going on over the next couple of months here at the Anarchaeologist Podcast. This is so as to bring you, the listener, a better experience overall. I will be shifting all the shows over to the Archaeology Podcast Network  and then link to the… Read more »

Episode 14: Experimental Vs. Experiential Archaeology

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http://www.static.anarchaeologist.co.uk/Podcast/Episode14/episode14experimental.mp3Download file | Size: 8   Today I sit down with the “Saturday Night Shaman” and owner of Ancient Crafts UK to shed light on the great debate of experimental Vs. experiential archaeology. We talk through what goes into making stone axes and I quickly discover how much James likes knapping. James recalls his time on history… Read more »

Special : Maier Boyle Test Part 1

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http://www.static.anarchaeologist.co.uk/Podcast/Specials/MBT1/maiersboyletestpart1.mp3Download file | Size: 6   From the heart and into your ears, comes the ramblings and ravings of myself and David from the Cool Story Show. This is first time we’ve ever talked and in all honesty we just started as soon as the call began. We managed to talk about politics, music, accents,… Read more »

Episode 13 : Archaeologie in 3D

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http://www.static.anarchaeologist.co.uk/Podcast/Episode13/ep13archin3d.mp3Download file | Size: 6   Today i speak to Eik jageman of Archaeologie in 3D twitter handle and blog. We discuss  the hows and whys of taking 3D scanning of archaeological sites and structures, how to get that information out there and the big issues with dealing with reconstructing the past. We also talk… Read more »

Episode 12 : Time Team Special!

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http://www.static.anarchaeologist.co.uk/Podcast/Episode12/ep12timeteam.mp3Download file | Size: 6   Hello and welcome to a special episode of the Anarchaeologist podcast, today’s show stars James Dilly, Kim Bidduph and Paul Carmichael. We are talking about Time team! We talk about what time team is and our fond memories of it, James reveals his special connections to Time Team, and… Read more »

Episode 11: Schools Prehistory And a Lot of Other things

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http://www.static.anarchaeologist.co.uk/Podcast/Episode11/ep11kimb.mp3Download file | Size: 20Hello and welcome to a slighlty delayed podcast episode, I haven’t been feeling the best so I’ve been slow to edit. However this one is a good one. Today I speak with (sometimes at) Kim Biddulph of School’s Prehistory, dedicated to providing great resources for educators about the past. In this… Read more »

Episode 10 : A very Archaeological Christmas

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http://www.static.anarchaeologist.co.uk/Podcast/Episode10/ep10endofyear.mp3Download file | Size: 47.56M Merry Christmas Everyone! So today is a very special episode – I took a very traditional Christmas poem and have put my own twist on it. I hope you enjoy and share it with your friends and colleagues. I also look back across my episodes and why I have even… Read more »

Episode 9 : Oral Histories – The Archaeologists Who Built London

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http://www.static.anarchaeologist.co.uk/Podcast/Episode9/ep9oralhistory.mp3Download file | Size: 57.68M     In todays episode I speak to the wonderful Gabe Moshenska as he describes his latest project, the Archaeologists who built London. This is no ordinary project, this is an oral history of the archaeologists who dug in London after the bombing of the second world war and uncovered… Read more »