Trying to save Neolithic rock art made by our ancient ancestors is no easy task. But it tells us how people used to live.
From the tropics of Borneo, Darren Curnoe posted a daily diary sharing his team's dig to explore ancient cemeteries. Through two metres of clay, human bones and tools were discovered.
An archaeological dig at Cat's Brain has unearthed a remarkable insight into life in Britain before Stonehenge.
It's arguably Europe's premier Bronze Age art site -– but it has spent the last 50 years hidden underground.
Piecing together how Stonehenge came to be reveals similarities and differences with other monuments of the time.