Talking Shipwrecks on C91.3FM

Want to know what it is like to dive deep into the unknown, exploring past cultures that haven’t existed for hundreds, or even thousands of years? Tune into my interview with Chantel Ferguson from Chantel Presents on C91.3FM. The interview was part of Chantel’s Inspiring Women series, featuring women who are making tomorrow better through their bravery, courage and attitude every single day.

You can listen into Chantel every Saturday from 10-2pm on C91.3FM. You might also like to connect with me on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest or Google Plus. I also have some videos on YouTube and Vimeo, which you might like to check out.

In the meantime, enjoy the interview and don’t forget to leave your comments below.

Until next time..


PS: You’ll hear me mention ArchaeoMar – that’s where I work. If you are interested to learn more, you can visit or follow us on twitter @archaeomar.

Photography by David Hodgson. This image is of your truly entering Uamh an Ard Achadh (High Pasture Cave), a limestone cave situated 1.25km south east of the village of Torrin on the Island of Skye, Scotland. The cave contains around 320m of accessible passages making it the second longest cave complex on Skye. It is also home to an important prehistoric settlement site used during the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age periods. More on that another day.

About Sarah Ward

I’m Sarah Ward, an archaeologist, commercial diver and factual presenter with 15 years experience, both in and out of the water. I’ve investigated sites ranging from the Bronze Age to the modern, across more than 20 countries. I am on a mission to bring archaeology to a broader audience, helping people to connect with the past in a meaningful way.

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