For those missing their Time Team fix now that the final episode of the pioneering archaeological programme has screened, you can still hear from your favourite stripey-jumpered archaeologist, Mick Aston, in the pages of Current Archaeology.
Every other month we will be printing Mick’s Dig Diary, a new column by Prof Aston exploring the trials and triumphs of local archaeology projects.
Beginning with his current research at Winscombe, Somerset, Mick’s diary can be found in even-numbered issues of CA from #274 onwards.
Don’t miss the latest instalment in CA 278 – on sale this Friday!
If you can’t wait until then, however, the first two entries can be found on the CA website:
You can also click here to read our exclusive interview with Mick, originally published in CA 271.
And for more information on all things Time Team, click here.
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