Mary-Ann Ochota is a broadcaster and anthropologist who gained her MA in Archaeology and Anthropology from Cambridge University in 2002. She's a familiar face on archaeology shows including the cult show Time Team, History Channel's Ancient Impossible, BBC specials on Silbury Hill and Stonehenge, and ITV's Britain's Secret Treasures, for which she also wrote the tie-in book in association with the British Museum.
Mary-Ann writes regularly for newspapers and magazines and has presented documentaries for Animal Planet, Nat Geo, Channel 4 and BBC4. She is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, a Hillwalking Ambassador for the British Mountaineering Council and an Ordnance Survey GetOutside Champion. Find her on Twitter and Instagram @MaryAnnOchota