recent features

Recently on the Plymouth Breakfast Show with Gordon Sparks, Win Scutt was talking  about James Rendel, the engineer who brought the incredible "Floating Bridge" to the River Tamar. There's a great new book out about it by Alan Kittridge.

PLYMOUTH DATA The Encyclopaedia of Plymouth History

Brian Moseley's Plymouth Data Website, covering old Plymouth, Devonport and East Stonehouse, and also the ancient parishes of St Budeaux, Eggbuckland and Tamerton Foliot, which make up the modern City of Plymouth, within the County of Devon, in the United Kingdom. Webpages relating to Plympton and Plymstock are now being added.


Chris Robinson's website with prints, books and Plymouth history.


Steve Johnson's wonderful emporium of historical images and maps of Plymouth.

The great debate on the origins of Britain's early languages has started. Find out the latest news and how you can learn more by following this link.

If you're curious about archaeology, but a total beginner, this site will show you how to find out. Here you'll find advice on good books, weblinks and courses. You can even study 'A' Level Archaeology online.

Hear the latest archaeological news from around the world, tune in to Win Scutt on BBC Radio Five Live every Tuesday morning at 3.30. Or you can listen online to the broadcast up to seven days after by clicking on this link.

Website by Win Scutt

Win Scutt is an archaeologist, lecturer and broadcaster based in Devon, UK.