National Geographic (Spain) The amazing Netheravon excavation undertaken by Breaking Ground Heritage
Current Archaeology The fantastic Barrow Clump excavation that owes a large part of its extraordinary success to Breaking Ground Heritage members.
Perham Down Archaeological Excavation Report World War 1 Practice Trenches, Salisbury Plain, Hampshire
Heritage Lottery Fund Article Read how archaeology helped former Marine Richard in his recovery and how it inspired him to help others.
Historic England Angels Award | Community Action Project Operation Nightingale with the assistance from Breaking Ground Heritage won the Historic England Angels Award for the Best Community Action Project 2016.
Digging for Britain Series 3.2
Digging for Britain, Series 3 Episode 2
In this episode, we're in the west of Britain, and the archaeologists join us back in the Dorset Country Museum to look at the new finds and what they mean. Sites include:
Barrowclump: This Bronze Age burial site also holds dozens of Anglo-Saxon warrior graves. The archaeologists here are former British soldiers.
Digging for Britain series 4.2 In this episode Breaking Ground Heritage are filmed excavating a Second World war Hurricane.
Digging for Britain Series 5.1 Professor Alice Roberts presents the very best in British archaeology 2016 - filmed by the archaeologists themselves, straight from the trenches, so you can see each exciting discovery as it happens. The teams then bring their best finds - from skeletons to treasure - back to the Digging for Britain lab, to examine them with Alice and reveal how they are changing the story of Britain. This episode looks at the west of Britain, and archaeologists are in the lab to look at the new finds and what they mean. Finds include the lost WWI training trenches on Salisbury Plain, Britain's first 'double henge' - discovered just down the road from Stonehenge, where the evidence suggests our ancestors feasted and made sacred offerings as part of a visit to the ritualistic Stonehenge landscape, and luxury foreign goods discovered at Tintagel, the legendary childhood home of King Arthur.