Many of you who know me know that my personal research project, which I have been working on for the last few years is Roman Roads and roadside settlements. I've been asked to speak on the subject at a conference on the subject of Roman roads in memory of Ivan Margary, the most famous of all Roman road researchers in Britain. I'll be doing two talks (that's a full Bonsall for you geophysicists out there), the first on the subject of Roman roads research in the county of Sussex, Ivan's original stomping ground, and the second talk on the use of geophysics for finding Roman roads. The conference is a two day conference on the 3rd and 4th of September 2016 at Portsmouth University. The website for the organisers of the conference is here.