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Bone Detectives : Britain's buried past

A program recently aired on Channel 4 examines bronze age burials on the Isle of Thanet; specifically in the village of Cliffsend.

If you missed it and didn't record it, you are able to watch it on your PC, laptop or smart TV. This is only available until the end of March.

Here is the link -


(You may find the soundtrack quality is distorted, but tolerable for the 45 minutes duration)