Underwater discovery holds key to Britain's past

Money and time is running out - that's the message from archaeologists in Southampton who fear their underwater discovery will be washed away.

The 8000-year-old site - which lies off the coast of the Isle of Wight - was discovered by chance by divers.

But after a lot of researching, they say Bouldnor Cliff could hold the secret to what life was really like all those years ago. Chloe Oliver reports