This old article, from 2013, may not have been very widely read -- and the BBC has just republished it in full on its History web site.
Stonehenge: a prehistoric tourist trap
This article was first published in the Christmas 2013 issue of BBC History Magazine
There is also a new article, with this title:
Was Stonehenge first built in Wales?
This article was first published in the March 2016 issue of History Revealed
The article is not available in full unless you part with good money, but this summary is published:
For these, spotted dolerite was used – an igneous rock that outcrops in West Wales, some 140 miles from Salisbury Plain.
How these bluestones first came to Stonehenge is subject to heated debate. The answer may come from recent discoveries of potential prehistoric quarries, where dolerite may have been extracted, in the Preseli Hills of Pembrokeshire.
Yet some still contend that the bluestones were deposited on Salisbury Plain by glaciers.
Alternatively, the monoliths may originally have been part of a stone circle constructed in Wales, which was lifted and moved wholesale in the third millennium BC.
Answered by one of our Q&A experts, Miles Russell. For more fascinating question by Miles, and the rest of our panel, pick up a copy of History Revealed! Available in print and for digital devices.
Sounds rather like yet another uncritical regurgitation of the standard MPP story....... one gets used to this proliferation of very shallow journalism.....