Podcast: A walk along the Ridgeway with archaeologist Mary-Ann Ochota
Explore an ancient pathway in Wiltshire with archaeologist and TV presenter Mary-Ann Ochota who is the patron for the Ridgeway National Trail – in episode 2, Season 15 of the Plodcast
Take a wander along on of Britain's oldest roads: the Ridgeway. TV presenter, writer and archaeologist Mary-Ann Ochota is the patron of the Ridgeway National Trail, and takes host Fergus on a circular walk from the stone circle at Avebury onto mysterious Fyfield Down.
They then walk along the Ridgeway to magnificent West Kennet Long barrow – where a big surprise is awaiting them in the prehistoric burial mound. Photograph by Oliver Edwards.
This is episode 2 of season 15 of the Plodcast: Mindful Walks in Nature
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