Echoes of the past is a podcast about Pembrokeshire, about history and culture, and about the importance of this corner of Wales to the wider world. Each episode will feature a local expert and will look at a different subject, a different part of Pembrokeshire and a different point in time.
For full details please see our Anchor FM page: https://anchor.fm/pembs-echoes.
Another opportunity to hear the talk given by Dr Simon Hancock FSA, curator of Haverfordwest Town Museum, as part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Archaeology Day event in November 2020.
Views about migration and refugees are important components of political discourse in twenty-first century Britain. While it might appear a phenomenon of pre-and post Brexit Britain the historical record suggests otherwise. The communities of Pembrokeshire have been subject to repeated waves of migration from the early modern period whether as a result of conquest, economic opportunities or escape from political turmoil and warfare.
Listen to all of the Archaeology Day talks and presentations on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmyDlzMF-5-pTebMDX8GoYQ/videos
Echoes of the past is a podcast about Pembrokeshire, about history and culture, and about the importance of this corner of Wales to the wider world.
Echoes website: http://www.echoeswales.cymru/
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Music: Water Lily – The 126ers https://youtu.be/BQm22usqKds