Apologies if you are not located in the UK, but Britarch subscribers
affiliated with Higher Education Institutions might be interested in the
BUFVCs (British Universities Film and Video Council) off-air recording
service. It provides 12 video recordings per year, per member for use in
teaching. Here's the URL: http://www.bufvc.ac.uk/services/offair.html
--On Monday, July 14, 2003 4:12 pm +0100 Karl-James Langford
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> Did anyone see the program about the Scots in Panama who constructed the
> site of New Edinburgh? The program was a great example of the high
> standards of filming available to Archaeology to publise work abroad.
> Well, Dr. Mark Horton did do his part in presenting the program to make it
> interesting to any of us.
> Well, did anyone tape the episode, and if so, can I loan a copy.
> P.S. I'm still looking for a copy of the recent Time Team Big dig, and
> Meet the Ancestors- Napoleon in Lithuania?
> In anticipation.
> Karl-James Langford
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