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I always love opportunities to share my passion for heritage and history with others.

PODCAST: Royal, Rebels and Romantics


Join me as I chat with Carol Ann Lloyd about my love of historic buildings and fascination with medieval women. Listen here.




PODCAST: Past Matters


Listen in as I speak with Ploy Radford about the sumptuous Alphonso Psalter in the collection of the British Library.

Built Environment Networking


I'll be speaking at the BEN conference on Restoring and Regenerating Historic Buildings from 10am. You can find out more about the programme here.

The Really Popular Book Club: Wolf Hall


Join me and the virtual reading group led by Cambridge University Library as we look at Hilary Mantel's masterpiece of Tudor genius and intrigue, book here: 7-8pm.




Join me and Daniele Cybulskie as we focus on the real stories behind the myths of medieval princesses. Listen here.



16  Jan

PODCAST: Travels through Time: 1297


Listen in as I speak with Violet Moller about five days in the lives of medieval women.

Cambourne Village College


I'll attempt to answer the question 'What is a Princess?' at Cambourne Village College on 27 January, open to the public: 4:00pm.

Melton Mowbray Library


I'll be at the Melton Mowbray Library in January speaking about Daughters of Chivalry.


27  Nov

15 Oct

Almae Matres at the Cambridge University Library


I'll be speaking about Edward I's daughters and their legacy of learning as part of a season of talks on The Rising Tide: Women at Cambridge. 27 November 2019 at the Cambridge University Library, 5:30pm. Book online here.

Cambridge Branch - Historical Association


I'll be speaking about The Forgotten Children of Edward I  on 15 October 2019 at Anglia Ruskin University, 6pm.

23 Mar

21  Mar

'Stories of Women' at Southwark Cathedral


I'll be speaking about Daughters of Chivalry  at the cathedral's celebration of Women's History Month.

Book launch for Daughters of Chivalry


Join us for the launch at Heffers Bookshop in Cambridge, from 6:30pm.

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