They were excuvating a Mesolithic site at a place called Goldcliff on the Severn (spelling) Estuary.
The site was a camp used by group of Hunter-Gathers. It was pretty good all do as usual a little more time going in to detail would make it better.
From what they found they got an insight in to there diet (fruit, nuts, fish etc.) and what the camp was used for (Autumn home) Plus they also excuvated an Oroxe(again spelling)
They discussed briefly what the effect of the barbed flint arrows would have on this large cow the size of mini bus and with horns as big as Elephant tusks. Would be interesting tackling that one.
They also had some 8000year old tracks as well and they cooked so food as it would have been done ie. mud baked fish etc. Again more here would have been nice.
All round a good programme for the bushcrafter but as I said earlier a bit short.
Can anyone recommand any further books etc. on the this period as it's really caught my interest.