Britain's Biggest Dig- BBC2, 9pm 15 Sept.

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Four part documentary following the archaeology being uncovered by the construction of the HS2 rail link.
Presented by Professor Alice Roberts :D and Dr Yasmin Khan, they join archaeologists to examine more than 10,000 years of British history.
First part is looking at a disused Georgian cemetery near Euston Station, findind out about the lives of those buried there.
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Thanks, Bob.
Will be watching.
Cheers, :thumbsup:
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Another good heads-up, Bob :thumbsup:

Have you swallowed a Radio Times, by any chance? :lol:
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Sounds brilliant!
Yes I really don’t like Roman coins, I’m not joking
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Cheers for the heads up, I've set it to record. :thumbsup:
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Starts tonight😁😁
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Episode 2 tonight :thumbsup:
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First two episodes have been good.

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Interesting ,but not a job i would like to do especially when the remains are often accompanied by preserved flesh and hair.

I did hear that on some large scale burial removals of more recent date that the diggers were offered counselling.
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