Sunday 7 Feb, 13:30 on BBC Radio 4

Archaeologist and broadcaster Mike Pitts delves into the sometimes murky
world of the metal detector, from harmless amateur history buffs to criminal
nighthawkers, and discovers how metal detecting is changing our national
heritage. He hears stories of in-fighting within the metal detecting
community, bust-ups between landowners and detectorists and battles inside
the archaeological establishment. And Mike hears from the man who found a
multi-million pound Saxon hoard…