- The First Book Interview, The Guardian
- From prudish Victorians to arrows in the eye – ten things from history everyone gets wrong
- As an actor, Meghan Markle comes from a long line of trailblazing women
- Yes, Gunpowder is brutal and sickening. Just like 17th-century Britain
- Should the Americanisation (or Americanization) of English worry us?
- The Great Fire of London is a lesson for us in how to cope with disaster
- Hilary Mantel was right – some academics dislike novelists. But why?
- Were 17th-century women really as rebellious as Jamestown makes out? Absolutely
- The Gunpowder Plot’s influence on Britain goes far beyond BBC TV series or fireworks
- Sylvia Plath had depression and a brain – she’s still allowed to smile
- Don’t give Rio Ferdinand a hard time, we should be more accepting of career changes
- Forget the big historical names, it’s historic fear of disease that Game of Thrones nails
- Is the Great Fire of London a blueprint for how governments deal with disasters?
- Women and the Great Plague BBC History Magazine
- 10 things you (probably) didn’t know about the Great Fire of London, BBC History Magazine
- Ben Jonson and the Great Plague of 1603 Royal Shakespeare Company, The Alchemist programme
- A Rake’s Progress: The Earl of Rochester and the 2nd Anglo-Dutch War National Maritime Museum Blog
- Crossrail: Remembering the Ordinary People History Today
- Ebola, Plague and Border Control History Today