On Friday 10th March Rhiannon Fitzgerald, a reporter for BBC Points West, came to Session 8 of this year’s run of the project at King Barrows Ridge.
Rhiannon interviewed participants Mel and Simon, our Director Laura Drysdale who manages Human Henge and Professor Tim Darvill, a renowned authority on Stonehenge as a place of healing.
The interviews are set in the world famous historic landscape of Stonehenge with the magnificent Stone Circle as a backdrop, and film of Cameroonian musician Alphonse Touna playing the balafon at King Barrows, courtesy of the National Trust.
Listen to the piece from BBC Radio Wiltshire here
And watch the video from BBC Points West
Thanks to our Human Henge supporters