The discovery set to put Merseyside on the archaeological map. With boundary changes afoot, how do Cumbrians feel about joining the Dales? And Morrissey's enduring appeal.
Jacey Normand reports on a surprising discovery that's set to put Merseyside on the archaeological map. The boundaries of the Yorkshire Dales national park are likely to change and that means part of Cumbria could join the Dales. Keeley Donovan reports on how the locals feel about being taken over by Yorkshire. And on the 30th anniversary of The Smiths forming in Manchester, we look at the enduring popularity of Morrissey and talk to the self-proclaimed Moz Army about their devotion to their idol.
Dig site could rewrite history
Archaeological find could rewrite Stone Age history
An archaeological find at Lunt Meadows in Sefton, Merseyside, has unearthed evidence that Mesolithic man may have built settlements.
If proven, it could change the way historians think about how humans lived in the middle Stone Age period.
Watch a video feature on the BBC News website.
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