Projects and events

Here’s a list of my current projects/contributions and events.

Upcoming Events:

Anthony Babington and the Babington Plot- a charity fundraiser talk, Saturday 1 July 2023

Anthony Woodville: Sophisticate or Schemer? – Talk for the Richard III Society’s Notts and Derbys group, TBA

Past Events:

Richard III’s Advisors and Adversaries- Talk for the Be Bold History Network, 28th June 2021,

Napoleonic Prisoners of War in Chesterfield: an Example of Micro and Macro History- talk for Be Bold History Network, 9 February 2023-

Napoleonic Prisoners of War in Chesterfield- Talk for U3A’s Ripley and Codnor Local History branch, 15 February 2023


Currently writing a biography of Anthony Woodville for Amberley Publishers, coming soon

Podcast on Anthony Woodville and William Caxton’s role in book printing during the reign of Edward IV,

Wrote the script for Tudor Dynasty podcast episode, Executed Brother of a Queen,

The Jacobean House: The Highs and Lows of a Derby Townhouse– an exhibition I created for Derby Museums on the oldest brick built house in Derby. Currently on hold.

Guest Posts:

Anthony Woodville, William Caxton and Early Printing in England, guest post for Just History Posts.

The Matchgirls Strike of 1888, guest post for The Ministry of History

Review of Jane Austen Investigates: The Abbey Mystery, guest post for Love British History blog.

Sir Gawain’s Skull at Dover Castle, guest post for Love British History blog.

Pentrich Revolution, guest blog post for Housebound Histories blog.

Ruthin Gaol – Article for Mainly Museums

Q and A with Danielle Burton, Archive Assistant- Q & A session with For the Love of History blog discussing how I got into history and the heritage sector.

Thomas Lord Scales, Father-in-Law to Anthony Woodville, guest post for For the Love of History blog.

Jousting: the Sport of Kings– guest post for For The Love of History blog

Anthony Woodville’s Burgundian Connections, guest post for For the Love of History Blog.

Sergeant Alvin C. York, guest post for For the Love of History blog

Other Writings:

The Queen and Prince Philip: Celebrating Over Seventy Years of Marriage, The Historians Magazine, Jubilee Edition, June 2022

The Yorkists under Henry VII, Ricardian Bulletin, September 2017