Archaeology on BBC Radio York

Posted on 17 March 2013

Students and staff feature on monthly BBC Radio York broadcast

For the past year, Archaeology at the University of York has been represented on a monthly basis in Elly Fiorentini's BBC Radio York programming. On 12 March 2013, undergraduate students David Altolf and Florence Laino joined Elly to discuss their exceptional work in the archaeological community: David as editor of the only undergraduate-student run archaeological journal in the English-speaking world - The Posthole; and Flo as the curator of the Castle Museum's new toy exhibition. Flo documents her work in the most recent issue of the Posthole, including its links to her studies in the department.

You can hear a recording of David & Flo's interview on BBC iPlayer (available until 19 March), and catch future departmental broadcasts online too. 

[Many thanks to Lucy Vladev for the photograph.]