Lee joins David to discuss his PhD thesis on fishing in Roman Britain, spending the summer in excavating in Pompeii, and how for both them studying for their MAs was a big turning-point. There's also plenty on Lee's other major area of research: experimental archaeology. He chats about how he got interested in this avenue of research, bringing people together for a TRAC workshop on the subject, how it's a great tool for public engagement, but also how it doesn't necessarily get the recognition it deserves in academia.
Lee Grana is a PhD student at the University of Reading and previously worked for for Oxford Archaeology. You can find him on Twitter @leegrana (https://twitter.com/LeeGrana) .