Arts and Crafts Special: Catherine Nutgen - Episode 10

Hello again from Archaeology in the City. We’ve had a very busy summer of fieldwork here at the University of Sheffield but now that the nights are drawing in we’re very happy to settle in for a pint upstairs at our local pub, for the Archaeology and Ale talks series.

Welcome back to the Archaeology and Ale podcast, the free monthly pub archaeology talk of the University of Sheffield’s Archaeology in the City programme. 


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Speaker details: 

Catherine Nutgen is joining us in an Arts and Crafts special:  “Through the Woods and Under the Earth. Practical and fun ways of helping people understand Sheffield’s landscape Heritage”

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Remember: Our podcast is recorded upstairs in the popular local pub, the Red Deer, on Pitt Street in Sheffield. Some background noise and general kerfuffle is unavoidable - my apologies for the variable sound quality. 


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