Dr Rob Dinnis
Dr Rob Dinnis is an expert on the Palaeolithic, and particularly the archaeology of the last Ice Age. Rob has led several projects across Europe focused on early Homo sapiens, and has directed excavations at a number of late Neanderthal and early Homo sapiens cave sites. He has published widely on human dispersals, Palaeolithic material culture and the Ice Age environments in which people lived. Rob is unerringly fascinated by our prehistoric past and feels passionately that it should be made approachable for all. This is evident in his book Britain: One Million Years of the Human Story, which, thanks to its accessibility for a non-specialist audience, has become a bestseller. Rob also leads a collaborative project called Early Modern Human Europe, which you can find out more about here.