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AiD047: Revealing Cochno

16 September 2015

In which we attend a test excavation at the Cochno Stone, the largest example of prehistoric rock art in Scotland, which has lain buried beneath the earth for over 50 years (40 mins, 28MB).

Visit May’s website: The Devil’s Plantation

Visit Kenny’s website: The Urban Prehistorian

Visit Ferdinand’s website: Factum Arte

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AiD044: Dr John Ward – Dowsing in Egypt

20 October 2014

An interview with Egyptologist, archaeologist, dowser, tour guide and adventurer Dr John Ward, who talks about his life and work in Egypt, where he has been instrumental in locating archaeological discoveries at Karnak and Luxor temples and is currently involved with excavating a site at Gebel el Silsila (45mins, 35MB)

 

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AiD043: Nigel Grace – The Bosnian Pyramids

25 August 2014

In a presentation from our 80th Anniversary 2013 Conference, Nigel Grace talks to us about his several trips to Bosnia to investigate the mysteries of the Bosnian Pyramids (70 mins, 48 MB) Visit Nigel’s website: nigel-grace.com

Official site for the Bosnian Pyramids

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AiD021: Dowsing and Archaeology

29 October 2010

John Baker, Chair of our Archaeology Special Interest Group, talks to us about the archaeological dowsing scene, and we hear presentations from two group members, Don Bryan and Jim Andrews. (53 mins, 39MB).