Bonekickers may get archaeological advice, but they are not getting the basic osteological advice that the title of the series requires - or, if they are, they are ignoring it.
In episode 2 a dog pulls a left humerus out of the mud of the Severn Estuary.
The team goes to investigate the site and at once pulls out what is obviously another humerus. The team member finding it announces: "Another femur."
It looks as if they find the skeleton of Boudicca in episode 3. I wonder if they’ll be showing a pelvis of the right sex.