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Digging for Meaning: Research from the Oxford School of Archaeology
Protecting the Past 2 - Towards a better future with cultural heritage
Protecting the Past 3: Documentation as a Tool for Heritage Protection
Protecting the Past: Archaeology, Conservation and Tourism in the North of Jordan
# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Social Status and Recycling in Bronze Age China What does recycling have to do with social standing in Bronze Age China? Dr Victoria Sainsbury discusses the recent work of the FLAME team, lead by Dr Ray Liu, on the metal work at Anyang, and how powerful people controlled how metal moved through society Victoria Sainsbury 20 Apr 2021
2 Creative Commons Cycling to Archaeology! From Thames-side ruins and forgotten stone circles to Ridgeway hillforts and Roman villas, Oxfordshire is abundant in archaeological riches. Nathaniel Erb-Satullo 14 Oct 2020
3 The History of Magic What is magic, when did it begin, and does it still have a place in the modern world? Professor Chris Gosden discusses the long history of magic from the Ice Age, through antiquity, to the present. Chris Gosden 29 Sep 2020
4 Did The Romans Recycle? We all know the Romans liked wine, but what happened to all the smashed glass when the party was over? Dr Victoria Sainsbury tells the story of what the Romans did with all their broken glass, and why archaeologists care about recycling. Victoria Sainsbury 15 Sep 2020
5 Using the EAMENA methodology to record endangered archaeological sites in Libya Emhemed Gerjebo talks about their group's projects in the final part on the second day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results: Libya. Emhemed Gerjebo 21 Feb 2018
6 Recording and monitoring archaeological sites through satellite imagery Dawoud Husayn talks about their group's projects in the final part on the second day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results: Libya. Dawoud Husayn 21 Feb 2018
7 Endangered Archaeological sites in Libya Tarek Teka talks about their group's projects in the final part on the second day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results: Libya. Tarek Teka 21 Feb 2018
8 EAMENA Project: Zama Regia as a case study Lamia Fersi talks about their group's projects in the final part on the first day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results - Tunisia. Lamia Fersi 19 Feb 2018
9 L'usage de l'imagerie satellite dans la gestion du patrimoine culturel dans les milieux urbains Sonia Slim gives a talk her group's projects in the final part on the first day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results - Tunisia. Sonia Slim 19 Feb 2018
10 Les nouvelles technologies au service du patrimoine. Exemple: EAMENA Project. Comment documenter et protéger notre patrimoine? Khansa Hannachi talks about his group's projects in the final part on the first day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results - Tunisia. Khansa Hannachi 19 Feb 2018
11 Roundtable discussion: Libya Chaired by Hafed Walda, discussants; Saleh Abdalha (DoA, Libya), Paul Bennett (Canterbury Trust), Abdulaati Lamin Lamin (DoA, Libya), Mohamed Fakroun (DoA, Libya), Susan Kane (Oberlin), Mustafa Turjman (DoA, Libya) Hafed Walda, Saleh Abdalha, Paul Bennett, Abdulaati Lamin Lamin 08 Jan 2018
12 Hayet Guettat-Guermazi (Director of Culture, ALECSO) Hayet Guettat-Guermazi (Director of Culture, ALECSO) gives a talk for the first panel in the third day of the conference. Hayet Guettat-Guermazi 08 Jan 2018
13 GHF's AMAL in Heritage Andres Acosta and Soroush Khanlou (GHF) give a talk for the first panel in the third day of the conference, Protecting the past: identifying problems and solutions. Andres Acosta, Soroush Khanlou 08 Jan 2018
14 Le patrimoine en danger au Maroc, cas precis et mesures a prendre Salima Naji and Youssef Bokbot (Institut National des Sciences de l'Archeologie et du Patrimoine, Morocco) give a talk for the first panel on the third day of the conference; Protecting the past: identifying problems and solutions. Salima Naji, Youssef Bokbot 08 Jan 2018
15 Benghazi after the war: the current situation Fathi Mohamed AlAbeedi (Department of Antiquities, Libya) gives a talk for the second panel on the second day of the conference. Fathi Mohamed AlAbeedi 08 Jan 2018
16 A first step to save our archives Feryal Sharfeddin (Department of Antiquities, Libya) gives a talk in the second panel of the second day of the conference. Feryal Sharfeddin 08 Jan 2018
17 The traffic and destructions of the cultural and archaeological heritage of Libya: between threats, damages and hopes Vincent Michel (Universite de Poitiers) gives a talk for the second panel of the second day of the conference. Vincent Michel 08 Jan 2018
18 Endangered Archaeology in North Africa: site identification, monitoring and intervention David Mattingly (EAMENA, University of Leicester), gives a talk in the first panel of the second day of the conference, The challenges and opportunities for protecting the past in Libya. David Mattingly 08 Jan 2018
19 Documentation as a tool for the protection of Libyan heritage: Cyrenaica as a model Hanan Abdalrahaman Benshkban (Department of Antiquities, Libya) and Saleh Abdalha (Department of Antiquities, Libya) give a talk for the first panel on the second day, The challenges and opportunities for protecting the past in Libya. Hanan Abdalrahaman Benshkban, Saleh Abdalha 08 Jan 2018
20 Protection of the cultural heritage during peace and conflict Amhimmid Ammarah Ammar Mousay (Department of Antiquities of Libya) gives a talk for the first panel in the second day The challenges and opportunities for protecting the past in Libya. Amhimmid Ammarah Ammar Mousay 08 Jan 2018
21 Le role de l'Institut National du Patrimoine dans la lutte contre le trafic illicite des biens culturels: situation actuelle et defis Yasser Jrad (INP) gives their presentation in the third panel of the conference. Yasser Jrad 19 Dec 2017
22 La Carte Nationale Informatisee des Sites Archeologiques et des Monuments Historiques : Un projet strategique Naouel Selmi (INP) gives a talk for the third panel of the conference. The challenges and opportunities for protecting the past in Tunisia. Naouel Selmi 19 Dec 2017
23 Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa Robert Bewley (Director, EAMENA) gives a speech in the second panel of the conference: Setting the scene. Robert Bewley 19 Dec 2017
24 Conference Speech: Mohamed Ould Khattar (UNESCO World Heritage Centre - Arab States Unit) Mohamed Ould Khattar (UNESCO World Heritage Centre - Arab States Unit) gives a speech in the second panel of the conference; Setting the Scene. Mohamed Ould Khattar 19 Dec 2017
25 ICCROM's contribution to the safeguarding of endangered cultural heritage in the Arab region Zaki Aslan (Director, ICCROM-ATHAR Regional Conservation Centre in Sharjah) gives a talk in the second panel of the conference: Setting the Scene. Zaki Aslan 19 Dec 2017
26 The aims of Protecting the Past Andrea Zerbini (Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa, EAMENA) gives a brief introduction on the aims of Protecting the Past. Andrea Zerbini 19 Dec 2017
27 Keynote speech: Nada Hosking (Director of Programs and Partnerships, Global Heritage Fund, GHF) Nada Hosking (Director of Programs and Partnerships, Global Heritage Fund, GHF), gives the second keynote speech of the conference. Nada Hosking 19 Dec 2017
28 The Citadel of Kirkuk: Reconnaissance and assessment of its archaeological heritage (Kurdish translation) Dr Narmeen A. Muhammadameen talks about challenges for work at the Kirkuk Citadel and the importance of this site for local and community identities. Narmeen Ali Muhammadameen 23 Nov 2016
29 The Citadel of Kirkuk: Reconnaissance and assessment of its archaeological heritage (English translation) Dr Narmeen A. Muhammadameen talks about challenges for work at the Kirkuk Citadel and the importance of this site for local and community identities. Narmeen Ali Muhammadameen 23 Nov 2016
30 The Citadel of Kirkuk: Reconnaissance and Assessment of Its Archaeological Heritage (Arabic) Dr Narmeen A. Muhammadameen talks about challenges for work at the Kirkuk Citadel and the importance of this site for local and community identities. Narmeen Ali Muhammadameen 23 Nov 2016
31 Site Destruction in the Iraqi Jazirah: a satellite imagery assessment (English) Dr Emma Cunliffe brings our attention to the importance of considering the significant damage caused by agriculture, development, irrigation and infrastructure protects to less visible sites and features, such as holloways. Emma Cunliffe 23 Nov 2016
32 Using Digital Technologies to Document the Endangered Archaeological Heritage of the Bazyan Basin in Slemani (English) Using case studies from his work in the Bazyan Basin, Ricardo Cabral outlines the digital technologies that can be used to survey and explore sites threatened by agriculture, development and industry in Iraq. Ricardo Cabral 23 Nov 2016
33 Capacity Building for Cultural Heritage in the KRG (Kurdish translation) Dr Tobin Hartnell argues that three key ‘gaps’ are threatening cultural heritage: an interest gap, a caring gap, and a skills gap. He suggests that expanding cultural heritage studies beyond universities is a key priority for the future. Tobin Hartnell 23 Nov 2016
34 Capacity Building for Cultural Heritage in the KRG (Arabic translation) Dr Tobin Hartnell argues that three key ‘gaps’ are threatening cultural heritage: an interest gap, a caring gap, and a skills gap. He suggests that expanding cultural heritage studies beyond universities is a key priority for the future. Tobin Hartnell 23 Nov 2016
35 Capacity Building for Cultural Heritage in the KRG (English) Dr Tobin Hartnell argues that three key ‘gaps’ are threatening cultural heritage: an interest gap, a caring gap, and a skills gap. He suggests that expanding cultural heritage studies beyond universities is a key priority for the future. Tobin Hartnell 23 Nov 2016
36 The Destroyed Heritage in Mosul - reality and challenges (Kurdish translation) Layla Salih outlines some of the reasons, religious, political and economic, for the destruction of Mosul’s heritage and examines the issues currently hindering plans for prioritisation and reconstruction. Layla Salih 23 Nov 2016
37 The Destroyed Heritage in Mosul - reality and challenges (Arabic translation) Layla Salih outlines some of the reasons, religious, political and economic, for the destruction of Mosul’s heritage and examines the issues currently hindering plans for prioritisation and reconstruction. Layla Salih 23 Nov 2016
38 The Destroyed Heritage in Mosul - reality and challenges (English) Layla Salih outlines some of the reasons, religious, political and economic, for the destruction of Mosul’s heritage and examines the issues currently hindering plans for prioritisation and reconstruction. Layla Salih 23 Nov 2016
39 AMAL in Heritage: A cultural emergency management tool for MENA region (Arabic translation) Dr Rouhani outlines AMAL’s development of a mobile app: designed to assist and provide tools for risk planning and emergency management and to help professionals and local communities if experts are not available. Bijan Rouhani 23 Nov 2016
40 AMAL in Heritage: A cultural emergency management tool for MENA region (English) Dr Rouhani outlines AMAL’s development of a mobile app: designed to assist and provide tools for risk planning and emergency management and to help professionals and local communities if experts are not available. Bijan Rouhani 23 Nov 2016
41 The Types of Danger to the Cultural Heritage of the Middle East (English) Dr Ahmad argues that we should look beyond conflict, to factors such as construction, lack of investment, as well as lack of awareness as being powerful causes of damage to cultural heritage. Kozad Ahmad 23 Nov 2016
42 RASHID International: Formulating a Future for Iraq's Past (Kurdish translation) Prof. Matthews discusses initiatives by RASHID International to help protect, preserve and raise awareness of Iraq’s cultural heritage. Despite having only been in existence for a couple of months, RASHID already has over 70 members from across the world. Roger Matthews 22 Nov 2016
43 RASHID International: Formulating a Future for Iraq's Past (English) Prof. Matthews discusses initiatives by RASHID International to help protect, preserve and raise awareness of Iraq’s cultural heritage. Despite having only been in existence for a couple of months, RASHID already has over 70 members from across the world. Roger Matthews 22 Nov 2016
44 The British Museum’s Iraq Emergency Heritage Management Training Scheme (Kurdish translation) Dr MacGinnis presents the initial results of the British Museum’s heritage management training scheme, which focuses particularly on fieldwork management, training students on excavation and post-excavation techniques. John MacGinnis 22 Nov 2016
45 The British Museum’s Iraq Emergency Heritage Management Training Scheme (English) Dr MacGinnis presents the initial results of the British Museum’s heritage management training scheme, which focuses particularly on fieldwork management, training students on excavation and post-excavation techniques John MacGinnis 22 Nov 2016
46 Culture Under Threat: Developing and Implementing Solutions to Cultural Racketeering and Terrorist Financing (Arabic translation) Dr Katie A. Paul discusses work by the Antiquities Coalition to bring together the international community to protect heritage. Work completed so far includes policy recommendations, information tools, conferences, and the building of a Task Force. Katie A. Paul 22 Nov 2016
47 Culture Under Threat: Developing and Implementing Solutions to Cultural Racketeering and Terrorist Financing (English) Dr Katie A. Paul discusses work by the Antiquities Coalition to bring together the international community to protect heritage. Work completed so far includes policy recommendations, information tools, conferences, and the building of a Task Force. Katie A. Paul 22 Nov 2016
48 Archaeological Conservation Programs of the Iraqi Institute for the Conservation of Antiquities and Heritage (English translation) Dr Khorsheed showcases some of IICAH’s success stories. With its state-of-the-art facilities, the Institute is able to train students and practitioners from all over Iraq with the help of national and international experts. Abdullah Khorsheed 22 Nov 2016
49 Archaeological Conservation Programs of the Iraqi Institute for the Conservation of Antiquities and Heritage (Kurdish) Dr Khorsheed showcases some of IICAH’s success stories. With its state-of-the-art facilities, the Institute is able to train students and practitioners from all over Iraq with the help of national and international experts. Abdullah Khorsheed 22 Nov 2016
50 The Types of Danger to the Cultural Heritage of the Middle East (Kurdish translation) Dr Ahmad argues that we should look beyond conflict, to factors such as construction, lack of investment, as well as lack of awareness as being powerful causes of damage to cultural heritage. Kozad Ahmad 22 Nov 2016
51 The Types of Danger to the Cultural Heritage of the Middle East (Arabic translation) Dr Ahmad argues that we should look beyond conflict, to factors such as construction, lack of investment, as well as lack of awareness as being powerful causes of damage to cultural heritage. Kozad Ahmad 22 Nov 2016
52 Monitoring, Protecting, and Preserving Cultural Heritage: Recent Results of the ASOR Cultural Heritage Initiatives (Kurdish translation) Allison Cuneo talks about conflict damage to Iraqi heritage and ASOR CHI’s role in mapping episodes of destruction and assisting the Iraqi authorities in establishing priorities and planning for the post-conflict phase. Allison Cuneo 22 Nov 2016
53 Monitoring, Protecting, and Preserving Cultural Heritage: Recent Results of the ASOR Cultural Heritage Initiatives (Arabic translation) Allison Cuneo talks about conflict damage to Iraqi heritage and ASOR CHI’s role in mapping episodes of destruction and assisting the Iraqi authorities in establishing priorities and planning for the post-conflict phase. Allison Cuneo 22 Nov 2016
54 Monitoring, Protecting, and Preserving Cultural Heritage: Recent Results of the ASOR Cultural Heritage Initiatives (English) Allison Cuneo talks about conflict damage to Iraqi heritage and ASOR CHI’s role in mapping episodes of destruction and assisting the Iraqi authorities in establishing priorities and planning for the post-conflict phase. Allison Cuneo 22 Nov 2016
55 The Shirin Project: the development of tools to support collective action in heritage protection and damage mitigation (Kurdish translation) Prof. Philip discusses the work of SHIRĪN, an NGO that is bringing together data generated by research groups that had worked in Syria prior to 2011. Its aim is to collate data, currently dispersed across many countries, to help create a Syrian HER. Graham Philip 22 Nov 2016
56 The Shirin Project: the development of tools to support collective action in heritage protection and damage mitigation (Arabic translation) Prof. Philip discusses the work of SHIRĪN, an NGO that is bringing together data generated by research groups that had worked in Syria prior to 2011. Its aim is to collate data, currently dispersed across many countries, to help create a Syrian HER. Graham Philip 22 Nov 2016
57 The Shirin Project: the development of tools to support collective action in heritage protection and damage mitigation (English) Prof. Philip discusses the work of SHIRĪN, an NGO that is bringing together data generated by research groups that had worked in Syria prior to 2011. Its aim is to collate data, currently dispersed across many countries, to help create a Syrian HER. Graham Philip 22 Nov 2016
58 Digitizing the Past: A New Digital Atlas and Database of the Archaeological sites in Iraq (Kurdish translation) Dr al-Hamdani speaks about on-going work to create a nation-wide digital map of archaeological sites in Iraq: more than 17,000 sites have been mapped so far Abdelamir al-Hamdani 22 Nov 2016
59 Digitizing the Past: A New Digital Atlas and Database of the Archaeological sites in Iraq (Arabic translation) Dr al-Hamdani speaks about on-going work to create a nation-wide digital map of archaeological sites in Iraq: more than 17,000 sites have been mapped so far. Abdelamir al-Hamdani 22 Nov 2016
60 Digitizing the Past: A New Atlas and Database of the Archaeological Sites in Iraq (English) Dr al-Hamdani speaks about on-going work to create a nation-wide digital map of archaeological sites in Iraq: more than 17,000 sites have been mapped so far. Abdelamir al-Hamdani 22 Nov 2016
61 Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa (Kurdish translation) EAMENA’s director, Dr Robert Bewley, talks about the advantages of using remote sensing to monitor and protect endangered archaeological sites in the Middle East and North Africa. Robert Bewley 22 Nov 2016
62 Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa (English) EAMENA’s director, Dr Robert Bewley, talks about the advantages of using remote sensing to monitor and protect endangered archaeological sites in the Middle East and North Africa. Robert Bewley 22 Nov 2016
63 Is the universe sentient, and what implications might that have for archaeology? Seminar given by Professors Gosden and Pollard of the School of Archaeology that probes the outer edges of archaeological enquiry. Chris Gosden, Mark Pollard 14 Jun 2016
64 Damage Assessment and Digital 2D -3D Documentation: Selected case studies from the World Heritage Site of Petra, Jordan Dr Bala'awi (Hashemite University) presents the results of a project of digital heritage documentation at Petra conducted by the Hashemite University Fadi Bala'awi 31 Mar 2016
65 Introducing SCHEP: Sustainable Cultural Heritage through the Engagement of Local Communities Dr Addison (SCHEP) talks about SCHEP's approach to engaging host communities in the preservation of cultural heritage resources in Jordan Erin Addison 31 Mar 2016
66 Private Ownership or Public Domain? The Cultural Heritage of Tall al-`Umayri at Risk Dr Clark (LaSierra, Madaba Plains Project) speaks of the issues involved in the protection of Tell 'Umeiri, a multi-period site in the Madaba region (central Jordan) Douglas Clark 31 Mar 2016
67 Palestinian experience in building a detailed database of archaeological sites Dr al-Jaradat (Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, Palestine) speaks of the Palestinian national inventory of cultural heritage sites, for which work began in 2002 and is still ongoing Mohammad al-Jaradat 31 Mar 2016
68 Impact of Jordan online archaeological databases on research and heritage protection as an example of questionnaire survey evaluation Dr Drzewiecki describes how archaeologists interviewed about the impact of Jordanian heritage databases have responded as regards the role of these databases in heritage protection Mariusz Drzewiecki 31 Mar 2016
69 MEGA-Jordan as a Preventive Resource Mr Haroun (Department of Antiquities, Jordan) tells of how MEGA-Jordan has become the virtual memory of Jordan and the repository of its heritage Jihad Haroun 31 Mar 2016
70 The Jordan Museum’s contribution to protecting cultural heritage in Jordan – the Hijazi Wagon Dr Kafafi (Jordan Museum) describes the role that the Jordan Museum had in protecting the remains of the Hijaz railway within the framework of the Great Arab Revolt Project Jihad Kafafi 31 Mar 2016
71 Governmental role in protecting the cultural heritage of Jordan Dr al-Khasawneh (Jordan Museum) speaks of the challenges facing Jordanian authorities in protecting the country's rich cultural heritage Tammam al-Khasawneh 31 Mar 2016
72 Open access archaeological databases for Jordan – solution or threat? Dr Drzewiecki has analysed the impact on researchers of online databases of archaeological sites in Jordan Mariusz Drzewiecki 31 Mar 2016
73 The role of the community in the long-term site management plan for Umm el-Jimal Jeff DeKock (OpenHand Studios) reads a paper by Paul Christians (Stanford University) on the long-term involvement of the local community at Umm el-Jimal with the archaeology of the site Paul Christians, Jeff DeKock 30 Mar 2016
74 Ancient Umm el-Jimal as seen by the modern community Mr Hazza (Co-director of the Umm el-Jimal project) speaks about the relationship between the modern community of Umm el-Jimal and the archaeological site Muwaffaq Hazza 30 Mar 2016
75 Culture as a source of resilience: linking cultural assets and rural women in Umm al-Jimal Dr Atzori (UNESCO) speaks of the opportunities for the local communities of Mafraq (north-eastern Jordan) as connected to the development of cultural tourism at Umm el-Jimal Angela Atzori 30 Mar 2016
76 Heritage for development. The experience of the Qasr al-Hallabat Project Dr Arce (former director of the Spanish Archaeological Mission to Jordan) talks about the Qasr al-Hallabat project, particularly with regard to site conservation and presentation Ignacio Arce 30 Mar 2016
77 Archaeology of agriculture. The potential of archaeological restoration for cultural tourism in the north of Jordan Mr al-Batainah presents the work of restoration of a Roman-Byzantine winery and an Ottoman water mill, and their significance in the promotion of cultural tourism Amjad al-Batainah 30 Mar 2016
78 A relationship between cultural identity, linear history and tourism in Umm Qais Muna Haddad introduces Baraka's initiatives in the field of cultural tourism and community engagement, particularly on the site of Umm Qais Muna Haddad 30 Mar 2016
79 The approach of the Jordan Museum in protecting our past Dr al-'Amri describes the Jordan Museum's ethos to protecting Jordan's past Yosha al-Amri 30 Mar 2016
80 Interpreting OSL dates from wadi sediments in the Jabal Harun area, Petra region Dr Kouki talks about OSL dating Paula Kouki 30 Mar 2016
81 Fourth millennium colonisation of the basalt desert: Jawa and its hinterland Dr Müller-Neuhof describes findings in the Early Bronze Age site of Jawa and its hinterland Bernd Müller-Neuhof 30 Mar 2016
82 Fluctuations in land use around Pella of the Decapolis in Late Antiquity: evidence and issues Dr Watson talks about the Pella Hinterland Survey conducted in 1994-1996 in the immediate surroundings of the multi-period site of Pella (Tabaqat Fahl) Pamela Watson 30 Mar 2016
83 Late Prehistoric landscapes of Northern Jordan: A perspective from the Jordan Valley Prof. Hourani discusses the Prehistoric landscapes of the Jordan Valley Fouad Hourani 30 Mar 2016
84 Historical landscape change in northern Jordan: the cases of Abila/Queilbeh and Umm al-Jimal Dr Lucke describes the results of his work on palaeosoils and its implications for climate change in Byzantine and early-Islamic Abila and Umm el-Jimal Bernhard Lucke 30 Mar 2016
85 Landscape character assessment mapping of the Yarmuk river basin: results and planning implications Prof. Abu Jaber describes the results of the EU-funded international Medscapes project Nizar Abu Jaber 30 Mar 2016
86 Landscape archaeology of the 'Ajlun Highlands since the Pleistocene: new insights from the Jarash Valley Mr Boyer introduces the latest findings of his Jarash Water Project David (Don) Boyer 30 Mar 2016
87 Raising the profile of the Islamic period at Jarash, 1980-2015: excavations, restoration, and presentation Prof. Walmsley describes the work of the Danish-Jordanian Islamic Jarash Project Alan Walmsley 30 Mar 2016
88 A Conservation Strategy for Umm el-Jimal: Engaging the Modern Community in the Preservation and Protection of the Antiquities Dr De Vries and Mr DeKock present their holistic approach to the study, conservation and site display of Umm el-Jimal Bert De Vries, Jeff DeKock 30 Mar 2016
89 Protecting our past/Protecting our future: the future of Abila of the Decapolis in Northern Jordan Dr Vila, the director of the American Expedition to Abila,describes the team's work on the site from the 1980s onwards and recent fundraising efforts to protect the site's future David Vila 30 Mar 2016
90 Whose foundation? The emergence of Hellenistic Pella Dr Tidmarsh talks about the Hellenistic period at the multi-period site of Pella (Tabaqat Fahl, northern Jordan) John Tidmarsh 30 Mar 2016
91 Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa A talk by Dr R.Bewley (Oxford) introducing the Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa project Robert Bewley 30 Mar 2016
92 Shipwrecks and Sunken Cities Shipwrecks and Sunken Cities. A conversation with Franck Goddio and the Oxford Centre for Maritime Archaeology, at the School of Archaeology, University of Oxford. Damian Robinson, Franck Goddio 25 Mar 2010
93 Science and multivocal practice at Catalhoyuk Professor Ian Hodder (Stanford University) talks to the School of Archaeology, University of Oxford. Ian Hodder 25 Mar 2010
94 Interview with Professor Barry Cunliffe Professor Barry Cunliffe of the School of Archaeology, University of Oxford discusses his life in archaeology. Barry Cunliffe, Megan Price 08 Mar 2010
95 Interview with Wendy Morrison Interview with Wendy Morrison; DPhil Archaeology student, University of Oxford. Wendy Morrison, Ian Cartwright 30 Jul 2009
96 Interview with Professor Mark Pollard Interview with Professor Mark Pollard; Edward Hall Professor of Archaeological Science, University of Oxford. Mark Pollard, Megan Price 30 Jul 2009
97 Interview with Professor Chris Gosden Interview with Professor Chris Gosden; Professor of European Archaeology, University of Oxford. Chris Gosden, Megan Price 30 Jul 2009