British Archaeological Awards

Best Public Presentation of Archaeology

Best Public Presentation of Archaeology

For a television or radio programme or web broadcast, digital application or website, newspaper or magazine feature which stimulates public interest, advances understanding and changes perceptions of the past.

For a television or radio programme or web broadcast, digital application or website, newspaper or magazine feature which stimulates public interest, advances understanding and changes perceptions of the past.

Judges were looking for evidence of the following:

  • Contribution to spreading knowledge of the past in the UK by archaeological means

  • Includes recent research or provides a new interpretation of old research

  • Enhances public education and understanding in relation to archaeology or archaeological method

  • Clear and stimulating presentation

  • High design, production and editorial standards

  • Accessibility and appeal for its intended audience

  • Originality of approach

See 2016 shortlist

Posted on

Twitter

RT @ArchScot: Off to London today for @BAAWARDSUK Trustees meeting & AGM. The next round of awards will be in 2018 - plenty advanced notice…

Trustees, members and sponsors are heading to London for the British Archaeological Awards AGM @SocAntiquaries today #archaeology

RT @YorkshireMuseum: The archaeological site of #StarCarr has uncovered some amazing #Mesolithic treasures - see some of them in our new Sp…

RT @MuseumofLondon: #TunnelArchaeology opens in one month today. See archaeological objects unearthed by @Crossrail #free https://t.co/6yYJ…

RT @OxbowBooks: Last episode of Britain's Ancient Capital tonight on BBC2 @ 9. Author Caroline Wickham-Jones shared her experience: https:/…

RT @YATFieldwork: Today's excavations of the Bar Walls at Fishergate have turned up some amazing #Viking & #Roman finds including worked an…

RT @AccessCambridge: An update from the ongoing post-ex work @MustFarm https://t.co/hedbcHllJX

Awards’ trustees are meeting today to look at working with partners to share and celebrate British #archaeology

RT @Archaeology_UoS: Barney Devine: key outcomes include involving young people & giving them ownership of their past through engagement #g

RT @ArchScot: Big moon still out over city - on train to London for @BAAWARDSUK Trustees meeting. Lots to discuss today re future of awards…

RT @ArchScot: Off to London today for @BAAWARDSUK Trustees meeting & AGM. The next round of awards will be in 2018 - plenty advanced notice…
Trustees, members and sponsors are heading to London for the British Archaeological Awards AGM @SocAntiquaries today #archaeology
RT @YorkshireMuseum: The archaeological site of #StarCarr has uncovered some amazing #Mesolithic treasures - see some of them in our new Sp…
RT @MuseumofLondon: #TunnelArchaeology opens in one month today. See archaeological objects unearthed by @Crossrail #free https://t.co/6yYJ…
RT @OxbowBooks: Last episode of Britain's Ancient Capital tonight on BBC2 @ 9. Author Caroline Wickham-Jones shared her experience: https:/…
RT @YATFieldwork: Today's excavations of the Bar Walls at Fishergate have turned up some amazing #Viking & #Roman finds including worked an…
RT @AccessCambridge: An update from the ongoing post-ex work @MustFarm https://t.co/hedbcHllJX
Awards’ trustees are meeting today to look at working with partners to share and celebrate British #archaeology
RT @Archaeology_UoS: Barney Devine: key outcomes include involving young people & giving them ownership of their past through engagement #g
RT @ArchScot: Big moon still out over city - on train to London for @BAAWARDSUK Trustees meeting. Lots to discuss today re future of awards…