The six-part series – in which programme one on Stane Street features Ed and the Hanseatic Walk – looks at six of the roads that best tell the story of Rome’s advance that shook the British Isles and shaped the land.
With the help of archaeologists using modern technology it revisits the lives of those forgotten as the empire marched on through Britannia.
And Ed’s interview, as a licensed ‘mudlark’, focused on his regular searching of the Thames foreshore.
Some of Ed’s artwork is inspired by the materials, light and changing views he comes across as part of his mudlarking.
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