Philip Roberts - Episode 16

Hello everyone and welcome to Archaeology and Ale Podcast. For those of you new to our podcast, Archaeology and Ale is a monthly talk held upstairs at the Red Deer Pub at Pitt Street in Sheffield. Provided by Archaeology in the City, an outreach program from the University of Sheffield’s Archaeology Department. 

This month we are presenting: Philip Rogers. 

Please view the show notes for more information about our podcast and the guest speaker 

Archaeology and Ale website: www.archinthecity.wordpress.com

For more information about Tinsley and the work being done, please visit: http://www.heeleyfarm.org.uk/

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Sally Rodgers - Episode 15

Hello everyone and welcome to Archaeology and Ale Podcast. For those of you new to our podcast, Archaeology and Ale is a monthly talk held upstairs at the Red Deer Pub at Pitt Street in Sheffield. Provided by Archaeology in the City, an outreach program from the University of Sheffield’s Archaeology Department. 

This month we are presenting: ‘Community Heritage in Tinsley from 2013-2016’ with guest speaker, Sally Rodgers. 

Please view the show notes for more information about our podcast and the guest speaker 

Archaeology and Ale website: www.archinthecity.wordpress.com

For more information about Tinsley and the work being done, please visit: http://www.heeleyfarm.org.uk/

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Chris Atkinson - Episode 14

Hello everyone and welcome to Archaeology and Ale Podcast.

This month’s talk is presented by our special guest, community archaeologist Chris Atkinson. Chris took the time to introduce his recent project, the Summer of Archaeology at Medieval Brockhampton.

The blog for the Summer of Archaeology is here: https://summerofarchaeology.wordpress.com

If you would like to visit Brockhampton Estate: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/brockhampton-estate

For those of you new to our podcast, Archaeology and Ale is a monthly talk held upstairs at the Red Deer Pub at Pitt Street in Sheffield. Provided by Archaeology in the City, an outreach program from the University of Sheffield’s Archaeology Department. 

If you’d like to find out about upcoming talks, please check out our News and Events on the Archaeology and Ale website here at www.archinthecity.wordpress.com

(and if you’re in Sheffield, do feel free to join us for next month’s talk).

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Real Horse Power - Episode 13

Hello everyone and welcome to Archaeology and Ale Podcast. For those of you new to our podcast, Archaeology and Ale is a monthly talk held upstairs at the Red Deer Pub at Pitt Street in Sheffield. Provided by Archaeology in the City, an outreach program from the University of Sheffield’s Archaeology Department.

This month we are presenting: ‘Real Horse Power’ with guest speaker, Eleanor Taylor. The History and current practice of ‘Real Horse Power’ in the logging and agricultural industries.

Also, stay tuned for an after talk discussion with Krissy and Courtenay, members Archaeology in the City.

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Content Warning: Listener discretion is advised, as there is adult language and mild graphic descriptions of animal slaughter and the poor condition of horses during auction is mentioned in the following discussion. Thank you. 

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Sheffield Castle - Episode 12

Hello everyone, welcome to the first Archaeology and Ale podcast of 2016.

For those of you new to our podcast, Archaeology and Ale is a free monthly talk held upstairs at the Red Deer pub on Pitt Street in Sheffield. It’s arranged by the Archaeology in the City outreach programme from the University of Sheffield Archaeology Department. The Red Deer is a very popular pub so there is always going to be some background noise in our recordings.

In this episode, our guest speaker Glyn Davies shares his experiences digging at Sheffield Castle and what he hopes could be discovered in future excavations. 

Find out more about the Friends of Sheffield Castle at their website at friendsofsheffieldcastle.org.uk 

Thanks for listening!

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