AiD053: Leys with The Urban Prehistorian

An interesting and wide-ranging chat with Glasgow University archaeologist Dr Kenny Brophy, better known as The Urban Prehistorian, where we discuss leys in the archaeological as well as the dowsing context, cursus monuments, Alexander Thom, Harry Bell’s Glasgow Network of Aligned Sites, and much more! It is so rewarding to have the opportunity for these […]

AiD048: Sunset on Sighthill

At Spring Equinox 2016, we attended the last public event at Glasgow’s Sighthill stone circle, constructed in 1979 by local astronomer and science-fiction author Duncan Lunan. The circle has been removed to make way for a housing development, but due to public outcry the Council have agreed to relocate it nearby once the housing construction […]

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