Broadcasting on TV and Radio
Win Scutt is regularly to be seen and heard on TV and Radio. Currently he contributes two features on archaeology and local history every week on national and local radio, and he frequently appears on TV news and documentaries.
BBC Radio 5 Live
Win Scutt talks World Archaeology News every Tuesday morning at 03.30 GMT on the Up All Night programme on BBC Radio 5 Live.
Online, listen live at http://www.bbc.co.uk/5live/
Online, listen again on BBC iPlayer for 7 days on http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0070h86 and select last Tuesday's programme, then advance 2 hours 35 minutes into the programme to reach World Archaeology News.
On Digital TV
On Digital Radio 909/693 AM
You can listen to some previous broadcasts here:
The Late Show, BBC Radio Devon, BBC Radio Cornwall, BBC Radio Jersey and Guernsey
Win is on BBC Radio in the South West every Monday evening at 22.30GMTon Vic Morgan's Late Show.
- Online, listen live at http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/devon/hi/
- Online, listen again on BBC iPlayer for 7 days on http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p001d7fn and select last Monday's programme, then advance 30 minutes into the programme to reach Win's archaeology feature.
- On Digital Radio 103.4FM and 95.7FM
BBC World Service
WHAT LIES BENEATH
In these two BBC World Service 23 minute programmes, broadcast in 2008 and 2009, archaeologist Win Scutt plunges underwater to reveal the historical and monetary wealth that lies at the bottom at the sea. And asks the question how should we protect this treasure trove?
BBC TV South West
Win is often to be seen on the local news programme BBC Spotlight, talking about archaeology and local history in South West England. Here he is, telling the story of Bronze Age Dartmoor to Spotlight Weather Presenter Helen McKenzie:
The Singing Archaeologist
In December 2010, Win recorded a CD of children's songs with "Out to Grass" following a successful series of live performances on Vic Morgan's Late Show on BBC Radio Devon. More...