An interview recorded for BBC Radio 4

This morning Aaron Watson recorded an interview for the Today Programme on BBC Radio 4. It was about the possibilities offered by visualisation technologies, such as Virtual Reality, for archaeological interpretations of the past.

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Pearls in Peril

New information panels designed by Aaron Watson and Steve Keeling for West Cumbria Rivers Trust and Scottish Natural Heritage. The first is now on display at Ennerdale Bridge providing an overview of the life of the freshwater mussel and the vital role they play in providing us with clean drinking water.

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New facilities and interpretation at The Heights of Abraham

Our ongoing work for this long standing client has recently included new café terrace facilities to improve the catering operation. This is in addition to our involvement in the estate management process, where Monumental is bringing the historic aspects of the site to greater prominence through information panels and the reinterpretation of key locations.

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A Film Celebration of Kilmartin Museum

A film commissioned by Kilmartin Museum to support their major redevelopment project which launches this year. The film will play a dual role in communicating the Museum’s work to a wider audience and as part of the fundraising raising process.

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Kilmartin Glen

In the Footsteps of Kings, a guide to walks in and around Kilmartin Glen, has proved to be a great success and has now entered its second reprint. The book, written by Kilmartin Museum Director and Curator Dr. Sharon Webb, offers an archaeological and historical background to some of the best walks in the Kilmartin area and features photography and design by Aaron Watson.

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Tintagel Castle, Cornwall

A recent commission by English Heritage for use in their new exhibition at Tintagel Castle, Cornwall, south west England. Two reconstructions feature Tintagel Island, one image is set in the 5th Century AD and shows a settlement and land bridge that connected the island to the mainland that has since collapsed. The other set c.1260 AD, features the castle constructed by Earl Richard of Cornwall for which the site is best known.

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