15 April, 2009

FROG film evening with guest speaker 15th April 2009.

21 April, 2009

Seminar on the Portable Antiquities Scheme and artefacts from the Thames Foreshore with Kate Sumnall – Finds Liason Officer/Community Archaeologist and Geoff Egan – British Museum/Museum of London Archaeology.

This event will be held at the London Archaeological Archive and Research Centre (LAARC) from 6pm – 7.30pm on Monday 20th April 2009 .

25 April, 2009

Information on Day 2 FROG training in April 2009

10 May, 2009

Guided tour of the archaeology on the foreshore at Custom House 10/05/09

19 May, 2009

Ship & boat fastenings seminar by Damian Goodburn 18/05/09 at LAARC

6 June, 2009


12 June, 2009

Guided tour of LAARC on 12/06/09

14 June, 2009

Tour fo the Greenwich foreshore and Naval College 14th June 2009.

21 June, 2009

Guided tour of the Museum in Docklands 21/06/09

17 July, 2009

Festival of British Archaeology event held by the Middlesex and Surrey Archaeological Dowsers at Gunnersbury Park on the 17th July 2009.

18 July, 2009

Guided tour of the Museum of London 18/07/09

18 July, 2009

Middlesex & Surrey Dowsers & the Festival of British Archaeology all-day event, including the use of dowsing to try and locate an ice house and medieval building at Gunnersbury Park Museum

20 July, 2009

Lecture by Phil Emery (Gifford – Cultural Heritage and Archaeology) & Nathalie Cohen (Thames Discovery Programme) “A place by the Thames: exploring the ancient riverscape of Fulham Palace” 20/07/09

23 July, 2009

Festival of British Archaeology event at Fulham Palace. Join the Fulham Palace archaeologists and the Thames Discovery Programme to explore the history and archaeology of the Palace and its riverside site on 23/07/09

26 July, 2009

TDP, FOBA and the Chiswick Pier Trust “Party on the Pier” 26/07/09

26 July, 2009

Join the Thames Discovery Programme on 01/08/09 at the Museum of London in a drop-in demonstration and learn about their work to record the fragile archaeology of London’s river.

27 July, 2009

Thames Treasures: London’s River Revealed at the Museum of London and Museum in Docklands from 28th July – 2 August

30 July, 2009

Gallery tour of the Museum of London medieval galleries looking at Thames finds. 30/07/09.

2 August, 2009

Join the Museum of London and long-term resident Brian Grover of a tour of the West India docks area 02/08/09

2 August, 2009

Try sorting and identifying objects found on the foreshore in this workshop run by the Thames Discovery Programme at the Museum in Docklands 02/08/09.

5 August, 2009

Explore historic Limehouse, haunt of Charles Dickens and the first ever Chinatown in London with local resident Brian Glover on Wednesday 5th August at 6pm.

12 August, 2009

Join the Museum of London and Matt Martin for a tour of North Greenwich exploring its industrial history and recent regeneration on 12/08/09.

3 September, 2009

Ceramics study day at Birkbeck College 03/10/09.

3 September, 2009

Guided gallery tour, revisiting the drama and devastation of the docks during wartime at the Museum in Docklands Thursday 3rd September 2009.

5 September, 2009

Discover the chequered history of Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s ship, the SS Great Eastern, on the 150th Anniversary of her launch. Museum in Docklands Saturday 5th September 2009 at 12.30 & 3pm.

5 September, 2009

Lecture by the Thames Discovery Programme on the latest discoveries at Charlton on Saturday 5th September at 2pm.

10 September, 2009

Guided foreshore walk by Gustav Milne at Bermondsey on 10/09/09 at 10.30am.

12 September, 2009

The Mayor’s Thames Festival 12th & 13th September 2009

18 September, 2009

Updated information about the TDP/FROG 2009 summer season of fieldwork

23 September, 2009

Between The Locks, a two-year oral history project, is hosting a reminiscence morning, River-niscence, on 23/09/09 at Vestry Hall, Paradise Road in Richmond from 10:30am-12:30pm.

30 September, 2009

Birkbeck courses taught by Dr Stuart Brookes.

30 September, 2009

Port of London course running from September 2009 taught by TDP staff members Gustav Milne and Stuart Brookes.

30 September, 2009

Thames Discovery Programme talk at the Rotherhithe & Bermondsey Local History Society 30/09/09

10 October, 2009

Day 1 FROG training on 10th October 2009

19 October, 2009

Celebrate Black History Month and find out more about the Black heritage of Deptford, Greenwich and the River Thames on a guided walk on 19/10/09 at 2pm outside St Nicholas’ Church, Deptford.

13 November, 2009

Woodlands, Trees, and Timber in the Anglo-Saxon World Conference at UCL 13th – 15th November 2009.

14 November, 2009

Thames Discovery Programme’s first conference, the “Foreshore Forum” will take place on 14th November 2009 at UCL.

21 November, 2009

Explore the foreshore and lock at Richmond with the Environment Trust for Richmond-on-Thames 21/11/09

11 December, 2009

Join the Thames Discovery Programme at the Environment Institute UCL, for an early Winter celebration with mulled wine and mince pies and a special lecture by the TDP Project Director Gustav Milne. 11/12/09 from 6pm onwards .

12 January, 2010

A lecture by Nathalie Cohen and Phil Emery for the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society 12/01/10 6pm – 7.30pm. Museum of London Clore Learning Centre EC2.

18 January, 2010

Find out how, why and where there is archaeology on the Thames foreshore with Eliott Wragg, the TDP Field Officer. 18/01/10 6pm – 7.30pm at LAARC.

19 January, 2010

Seminar on human remains research in London at Institute of Archaeology, UCL. 19/01/10 at 5pm. All welcome.

23 January, 2010

This event is now fully booked

25 January, 2010

Lecture by Andy Hawkins from the Thames Explorer Trust about the dirtier, seamier side of the river Thames. 25/01/10 6pm – 7.30pm at LAARC.

8 February, 2010

Seminar on the 12th century Greenwich Tide Mill by MOLA. 08/02/10

15 February, 2010

The Thames Under Fire: on the Frontline of the London Blitz. Seminar on the archaeology of the Thames at war by Gabriel Moshenska 6 – 7pm on 15/02/10.

17 February, 2010

17/02/10, 11am onwards. Family oriented Remarkable Rivers fun day with UCL Museums.

22 February, 2010

Council for British Archaeology “Archaeology Under the Seas” day workshop on 22nd February 2010 from 11am.

23 February, 2010

Gallery tour at the Museum in Docklands 23/04/10 at 2pm.

27 February, 2010

27th February 2010 10am – 4.30pm. Animal bones workshop led by Bexley Archaeological Group.

6 March, 2010

Films made in 1924 of the East End of London on the Regents Canal in 1924, with London docklands bustling with ships unloading goods from the four corners of the world and Basil Wright’s evocative portrait of the Port of London, made for the Festival of Britain in the 1950’s.

9 March, 2010

Free UCL Lunch Hour Lecture with Dr Andrew Gardner. 09/03/10 from 1.15 – 1.55pm. All Welcome.

13 March, 2010

13th March 2010 LAMAS 47th Annual Conference of London Archaeologists at the Weston Theatre, Museum of London.

13 March, 2010

13th March 2010. Workshop on Black British social, cultural and political history from 1945 to the present, led by Dr Eleni Liarou from Birkbeck College’s Department of History of Art & Screen Media at Hackney Archives.

15 March, 2010

15th March 2010 Thames Seminar by Dr. Fiona Haughey “The Future is Wet” 6pm – 7.30pm at LAARC, Shoreditch.

18 March, 2010

18th March 2010 at 7.30pm. Lecture at the Bishopsgate Institute by Philip Davies, Planning & Development Drector at English Heritage on the transformation of London from the Victorian Age to the Second World War.

20 March, 2010

20th & 21st March 2010: Hermitage River Projects Open Weekend, in association with the Thames Discovery Programme at Hermitage Moorings, Wapping. A unique opportunity to discover more about London’s maritime heritage & historic river craft, all just a short stroll from the Tower of London!

21 March, 2010

‘The Port of London AD60 to AD1485’ Birkbeck weekend school on 21st & 22nd March 2010.

21 March, 2010

Museum of London guided walk of the poetic side of London’s Docklands

22 March, 2010

22nd March 2010 Thames Seminar: A Right Royal River? A History of The Crown Estate and the River Thames by Neil Jacobson 6 – 7pm at LAARC, Shoreditch.

25 March, 2010

23rd March 2010 Thames focussed evening event with an exhibition of the work of a number of river organisations, talks and a reception hosted by Bamber Gascoinge, patron of the Richmond Environment Trust.

27 March, 2010

27th March 2010 10am – 4.30pm. Ancient woodworking techniques workshop led by Dr. Damian Goodburn with the Bexley Archaeological Group.

29 March, 2010

29th March 2010 6 – 7pm . Join Dr Stuart Brookes from University College London’s Institute of Archaeology for a lecture on the Viking Age Thames and its role in war and civil defence

12 April, 2010

From 12th April 2010 for 11 meetings. Birkbeck College module exploring London as an imperial city using museum resources & archives. 6.30 – 8.30pm at the Bishopsgate Institute.

17 April, 2010

17th April 2010. Museum of London guided walk.

20 April, 2010

20th April 2010 for 11 meetings. Birkbeck College Short Course at the Museum of Childhood examining the development of the East End since the 16th century.

23 April, 2010

23rd April 2010 6.30pm As part of the East End Film Festival, Eastside Community Heritage’s film explores the life and work of Pastor Chunchie, the founder of Canning Town’s Coloured Men’s Institute, a relatively untold story of the Black community in London’s Docklands.

23 April, 2010

23rd April 2010 at 7.30pm premiere of a new artist documentary that explores the culture, community and folklore of the London Docks, narrated by Carl Barat of Libertines & Dirty Pretty Things fame, with a live performance of the dramatic score by composer Anthony Rossomando

25 April, 2010

25th April 201. A Museum of London guided walk with author S. I. Martin, who will lead a walk and discussion of the diverse communities that have settled around the West India Docks from 3.30pm – 5pm.

26 April, 2010

26th April 2010 at 2pm. A Museum of London gallery tour of the Prehistoric artefacts from the Thames.

26 April, 2010

26th April 2010 6pm – 7pm. Riverpedia seminar on the history of the relationship of the Black community with the river Thames in London by author S. I Martin at the Institute of Archaeology, UCL. All welcome!

29 April, 2010

29th April 2010 6 – 7pm. Seminar at UCL’s Institute of Archaeology “Shipwrecks of the Klondike Goldrush” in association with the Nautical Archaeology Society.

1 May, 2010

1st May 2010. A free-to-join group audio guided walk of Greenwich’s maritime past, using mp3 players, iPods or your CD player!

22 May, 2010

8th May 2010 9.45am – 4.30pm FREE one day Riverpedia FROG workshop at the Environment Institute UCL. Find out more about how you can get involved with research into the Thames at War with the Thames Discovery Programme!

2 June, 2010

2nd June 2010 Join the Thames Discovery Programme at the RSPB Reserve Rainham Marshes for an exciting half-term event and find out more about archaeology and history of this Thames-side site…

8 June, 2010

8th June at 7pm: A guided walk of Bermondsey organised by the Southwark & Lambeth Archaeological Society.

9 June, 2010

8th June 5.30pm: Lecture by Duncan Hawkins on investigations at Convoy’s Wharf, Deptford, as part of the London Institute for Archaeologists meeting in the Clore Rooms at the Museum of London.

12 June, 2010

12th & 13th June 2010 Digging Dad’s Army Summer Prospectus, which includes an ‘Introduction to Conflict Archaeology of the 20th Century’ weekend workshop.

19 June, 2010

19th June 2010 10am – 2pm FREE Discover Archaeology on the Isle of Dogs Day at the Docklands Settlement, East Ferry Road, Isle of Dogs with the Thames Discovery Programme ALL WELCOME!

19 June, 2010

19th June 2010. Birkbeck Study Day Small Finds – Interpreting Material Culture from Excavated Artefacts.

22 June, 2010

22nd June 2010 12 noon – 8pm: SAVE Britain’s Heritage Conservation and History Book Fair

24 June, 2010

18th June & 24th June 2010: A guided walk of historic Wapping, with Ian’s Walks

26 June, 2010

26th June 2010 All day 40 mile cycle ride from Rotherhithe to Deptford, Greenwich, Woolwich, Royal Docks, Rainham and back to Tower Bridge. Lots of jumping off points if you can’t manage the whole route!

26 June, 2010

26th June 2010 Journey down the River Thames exploring the architectural landmarks that contribute to making London such a vibrant and dynamic city.

26 June, 2010

26th June 10.30am – 12.30pm: A guided walk of 200 years of Black History in the SE1 area.

16 July, 2010

July 2010 Information on the Museum of London Training Excavation at Burgess Park, Southwark

17 July, 2010

17th July 2010: Festival of British Archaeology events at Richmond Museum with Richmond Archaeology Society

19 July, 2010

19th July 2010 onwards: An exhibition of Roman finds from the Greenwich area created by young people as part of the Culture Shock Roman Greenwich Project

31 July, 2010

Workshops held at the Museum of London as part of the Festival of Archaeology in July, August and September 2010.

1 August, 2010

17th July-1st August 2010 Festival of British Archaeology 2010 events with the Thames Discovery Programme

2 August, 2010

Monday 2nd – Friday 6th August 2010. Bexley Archaeological Group’s annual training excavation.

10 August, 2010

10th August: Guided Heritage walks of the Vauxhall area led by expert guides from the Vauxhall Civic Society

14 August, 2010

14th August 2010 10.30am onwards: Family archaeology day at Discover Greenwich!

15 August, 2010

15th August 2010 Environment Trust for Richmond on Thames art picnic at the Shot Tower in Crane Park, overlooking the River Crane

17 August, 2010

17th August 2010 from 11am – 1pm Join the Thames Explorer Trust for a boat trip on the Thames and a nature safari in West London!

21 August, 2010

21st August 2010 12pm onwards Open Houseboat day at Tideway Village, Battersea, close to the Power Station…come and meet the community & find out more about this area of the Thames

29 August, 2010

29th August 2010 at 12pm guided walk and talk on the wildlife of the river Thames with ecologist Joe Pecorelli and archaeology at Strand-on-the-Green with the Thames Discovery Programme

30 August, 2010

30th August 2010 11.15am – 1.30pm: Guided walk on the Wapping foreshore with the City of London Archaeology Society

1 September, 2010

1st September – December 2010 A series of talks and guided walks by the London Metropolitan Archives on the theme of London at War and the Port of London at War, starting on 1st September at 2pm.

2 September, 2010

1st – 27th September 2010: An exhibition at City Hall, marking the 70th anniversary of the London Blitz, dedicated to the men and women of the emergency, volunteer, transport and specialist services who kept London going during the darkest days of the war.