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He worked for several commercial units including Oxford Archaeology and MoLAS (as was), until he started a career at L-P Archaeology. In 2003, Matt was recruited as an archaeologist and presenter on Time Team. His sharp, charming wit and fresh-faced boyish looks made him the prime target for the historical re-enactment spots on the show.
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Matt has been an archaeologist since the late 90s. He completed his undergraduate and Master’s degrees at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London before embarking on a career in commercial archaeology.
Matt was one of the original directors of L – P: Archaeology. His main role was the initiation, management and growth of the fieldwork unit as well as staff and project management, and he saw the company expand from a small consultancy to national fieldwork unit. From 2011 to 2016 Matt was the heritage team leader.
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Aug 19, 2010 · With Alice Roberts, Matt Williams, Naoíse Mac Sweeney, Raksha Dave. Dr Alice Roberts visits archaeological excavations around the UK, linking together the results of digs and investigations the length and breadth of the country to build up a picture of the year in British archaeology.
Matt Williams (TV producer) (born 1951), television producer; Matt Williams (radio presenter) (born 1971), BBC radio sports reporter and presenter; Matt Williams, archaeologist and member of the Time Team; See also. Matt Robinson , also known as Matt Williams, fictional character in the Australian soap opera Neighbours
Archaeologist Mick Aston has walked out of Time Team after 19 years – after producers hired a former model as the programme’s co-presenter.
She recently presented the BBC Learning Zone Ancient Voices programme on Prehistory, and is a trustee for the Council of British Archaeology (London) and the Young Archaeologists Club. Raksha was one of the original three members of DV and has been with us every step of the way since that fateful Land Rover trip to Flag Fen. She likes dinosaurs.