The Archaeological Research in Progress (ARP) conference 2014 was held in Dundee for the first time this year and was set in the beautiful Steeple Church. It was organised in partnership with the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland and supported by Algao Scotland, AOC Archaeology, Border Biscuits, Cathedral Communications, CFA Archaeology Ltd, Forestry Commission Scotland and Historic Scotland. Delegates also had a special viewing of the amazing collection of Medieval Grave Stones and listened to lectures on recent and ongoing archaeological projects across Scotland. Recordings of some of the lectures may be viewed via the links below;

http://youtu.be/Q9ld8XYLcOI – Cara Jones (Archaeology Scotland)
http://youtu.be/nm9VAmV09so – Dr Jeff Sanders (Society of Antiquaries of Scotland)
http://youtu.be/DtlOeGs7-_8 – Thomas Rees (Rathmell Archaeology)
http://youtu.be/ADZve4PxFpY – Dr Graeme Cavers (AOC Archaeology) and Christina Donald (Leisure and Culture Dundee)
http://youtu.be/eiZqlHFX_C8 – Dr Jonathan Clark (FAS Heritage)
http://youtu.be/TpsKzTzd1Bk – David Strachan (Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust)
http://youtu.be/qvE3oe5k5gQ – Derek Hall (Archaeologist and Ceramics Specialist)
http://youtu.be/kqhIapGpvk8 – Matt Ritchie (Forestry Commission Scotland)
http://youtu.be/0w2CDINDR38 – Professor Caroline Wilkinson (University of Dundee)

Thank you to everyone who took the time to complete the evaluation forms which went into the prize draw and the winner of a free ticket to the ARP 2015 conference is Brian Balmain!