Death & Memory – Past & Present

In the Media

The Walls That Made Wales, Gone Medieval podcast from History Hit with Cat Jarman,

Early Medieval Britain: Illuminating the ‘Dark Ages’. English Heritage podcast 122, with Susan Greaney and Charles Rowe:

Monday Live IGTV, Dr Emma Wells 7 June 2021.;

Monday Live IGTV, Dr Emma Wells, 24 May 2021.

Monday Live IGTV, Dr Emma J. Wells, 19 April 2021.

Wonders of the Border: ITV Wales, Thursday 15 April 2021:

Memories in Stone: Behind the Trowel with Natasha Billson, 10 April 2021:

The Story of Welsh Art: BBC2. 1 March 2021

The Dig, History Eh? Podcast, 12 February 2021

Who was buried at Sutton Hoo? Live Science

The Archaeology of Death. History Hack Episode #336:

Were Ivar the Boneless and King Alfred enemies?

Interviewed for BBC Travel:

Early Medieval Public Archaeology with Professor Howard Williams, History Eh? Podcast, 24 June 2020:

Burial Practices (with Howard Williams). Dr Jackson Crawford’s Old Norse YouTube Channel, 24 August 2019.

Archaeosoup: Archaeo-Chat: I Believe in Vikings with Horned Helmets! 2 July 2019:

Channel 4 – Britain’s Viking Graveyard. 21 April 2019.

BBC Radio Wales – Good Evening Wales discussing the ‘Smiling Abbot’, 8 December 2018.

BBC Four – Beyond the Walls: In Search of the Celts. Tuesday 4 December 2018

Anarchaeologist Podcast Episode 18: Archaeodeath. Necrology: Discussing the Pestiferous. 29 April 2015.

BBC Radio Wales – Roy Noble discussing Project Eliseg – 26 September 2012

Dark Ages. Christianity: A History, episode 3. Channel 4. Aired 25 January 2009

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