DVD PAL 16:9, Region Free, Approximate Running Time: 48 minutes
The Man Who Found King Arthur's Cross
We have covered the subject of King Arthur in some detail in previous shows. One of the most compelling pieces of evidence so far discovered is the electrum burial cross found by Richard Melbourne in 1990. It was widely believed that Richard Melbourne had passed away, but I recently discovered he is still alive. Richard took me to the exact spot where the King Arthur cross was excavated at St Peters-Super-Montem in Glamorgan. If this discovery had been made anywhere except Wales it would have been trumpeted far and wide and people would come from all over the world to see it. There are many important archaeological sites in Wales, few of which have been recognised let alone excavated. Also in Today's show Richard visits Ynys-y-bwl (again) to see if the farmers have come out of their sleep.
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