I wonder if anyone else might have interest in carrying a new program, "Life Underground". It is about a man using a metal detector to recover American History one piece at a time. This has also been a passion of mine. I did it in the 70s and 80s then stopped until I retired late last year. I have a strong passion for American History of the colonial era and among my most treasured finds are a U.S. Army Dragoon button, circa 1812, a brass harness hook recovered from the NJ Pine Barrens at the site of a hotel that burned down around 1810, and a "three-pounder" cannonball recovered from the scene of a Revolutionary War skirmish where 8 Patriots defeated and killed 200 British soldiers who repeatedly marched on the Patriots in the open while the Patriots were holed up in a farm house on the top of a hill.
Anyway the person doing this program is Dan Thibeault <firstname.lastname@example.org>and his web site is life-underground.blubrry.net . You can listen to his first two episodes there. A new episode will be out soon. He would be thrilled to get more affiliates.