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Media

Archaeological Research Services has a longstanding record of media involvement. This ranges from local newspaper and radio features, through to appearances by staff members on flagship television documentaries and national news programmes. Due to our contacts across the media we can offer clients varying levels of exposure as and when it is felt that such exposure could be a benefit. At ARS Ltd we are aware of the 'dumbing-down' of some media output and therefore we ensure that all our media contacts are professional and responsible partners who deliver a quality product.

Such positive exposure, along with the strong community involvement that we regularly promote during project work, results in winning widespread support and public interest for our clients. By making the results of archaeological investigations accessible to the public, the money spent on archaeological works can deliver many value-added benefits to the customer.

Recent ARS Ltd media features include:

  • Lanton Quarry featured in an episode of BBC2's series 'Digging for Britain' presented by Alice Roberts. The dig featured on episode 3 out of 4 and was originally shown on Thursday 2nd September 2010.
  • Extensive coverage on radio, in newspapers and on the television for the Fin Cop Project.
  • The Fin Cop Project also featured on the BBC1 series 'Secret Britain'. The episode was originally shown on Sunday 29th August 2010.
  • News coverage for the Cheviot Quarry Project.
  • Inclusion of the Howick hut reconstruction on the BBC's series 'Coast'.
  • A BBC 'Ancestors' documentary on the Howick excavations.
  • The Rescued from the Sea Project was covered extensively by various television programs, newspapers and magazines.