Bringing you stories about pseudo-archaeology and the real stories behind the false claims.
ENCORE Jason Colavito and Ancient Aliens - Episode 14
Sara and Ken interview author and scholar, Jason Colavito
Bears Ears Rock Art with Vaughn Hadenfelt - Episode 93
Today we talk Vaughn Hadenfelt of Friends of Friends of Ceder Mesa. With 30 years of experience as a guide and interpreter in Bears Ears National Monument, he comes on to talk to us about Rock Art. What is it? How do we date it? Can we read it like a book? He also gives us an update on the Status of Bears Ears.
CBC, The Solutrean Hypothesis, and Jennifer Raff - Episode 92
Today we discuss the recent CBC episode of The Nature of Things titled Ice Bridge. We're revisiting the Solutrean Hypothesis as it's put forward by the CBC show, and have Jennifer Raff with us to discuss Haplogroup X.
Contact and Immigration In Archaeology - Episode 91
Today we talk about cultures south of the US border. We talk about what we expect to see, and do see, when early European cultures come in contact with Native American cultures. We also talk about immigration and how we can track that with archaeology.
Welcome 2018 and Bears Ears Update - Episode 90
Welcome to the First episode of 2018! In this episode we talk about the effects of the recent EO on Bears Ears National Monument and other sites of significance. We debate the actual effects and reiterate the importance of these sites. We also talk about The podcast in 2017 and where we'd like to see it go in 2018.
Shout out to everyone who's helped us grow this past year and all of our listeners. Here's to another great year on the APN!
The Place of Stone - Dighton Rock with Douglas Hunter - Episode 89
Ken and Sara talk to author Douglas Hunter about his book linked below. The story of Dighton Rock and its relationship with the indigenous past is a fascinating tale.
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Great and interesting podcast. My only gripe is that the treble needs to be turned down, it’s killing my ears
Great podcast, but stop the background noise
I love the content it’s generally very interesting but the background noise is just incessant. I sometimes have to expect to hear a toilet flush in the middle of the episode. LOL. But anyway I don’t let that distract you it’s a great podcast
I'm not an archaeologist, or even an enthusiast, but this program is great fun and also filled with information that non-specialists rarely encounter. The male co-hosts come off as a bit full of themselves, but I suppose that's not unusual among people who volunteer to host podcasts. The show as a whole, though, is great. The content more than makes up for the slightly annoying tone.