- Mary-Ann Ochota, 2021
“Anthropology and Archaeology are how I study people, biologically and socially, in the present and the past. It’s an approach that can challenge the most basic preconceptions we have about ourselves and our own societies. It enables us to explore what it means to be human, and why we do what we do…”
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Mary-Ann Ochota is a broadcaster and anthropologist who gained her MA from Emmanuel College, Cambridge University and is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society
Hello and welcome!
I specialise in researching and presenting anthropology, archaeology, social history and outdoor adventure.
For me, it’s all about discovering and telling people’s stories in the most exciting and compelling way – on TV, radio, podcast, in print and in person.
From the heart of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster zone, to conflict zones in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the slums of Dhaka, the backstreets of Swansea, the high fells of Britain’s Lake District and FTSE100 boardrooms.