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    Formerly Wigferth Ironwall Senior Member Philippus Flavius Homovallumus's Avatar
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    Default RIP Mick Aston

    I'll just leave this here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/20...gist-time-team

    It won't mean a great deal to people outside the UK, but Time Team was a big influence on my life - it fueled my interest in Archaeology and that led me into the carrier I have now.

    I never met Mick Aston - but I know people who did and they always said he was the same in real life as on TV, if not better.
    "If it wears trousers generally I don't pay attention."


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    Default Re: RIP Mick Aston

    Great show that you could while a way a few hours on More 4 during the daytime.

    Me an me dad used watch it all the time when he was sick.
    They slew him with poison afaid to meet him with the steel
    a gallant son of eireann was Owen Roe o'Neill.

    Internet is a bad place for info Gaelic Cowboy

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    RIP

    I wish more academics would get involved in so-called low-culture (media)
    Last edited by HopAlongBunny; 06-28-2013 at 11:08.
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