Media & Press
For media enquiries please contact our Communications Officer on 0203 108 1149.
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We have history experts available for comment on a wide range of historical periods and themes. A full list is viewable online. We are happy to arrange for academics at UCL History to take part in media interviews in London (for television or radio) or via Skype/telephone and to write features and articles for newspaper or magazine publication.
- Wall Street Journal - Professor Kathy Burk discusses the legacy of the First World War on Wall Street
- BBC History Magazine - Dr Melvyn Stokes reviews the film Grace of Monaco, as part of the magazine's 'Historians at the Movies' series
- Wall Street Journal - Dr David Sim discusses the rise of the US during the First World War in a special video feature
- BBC Radio 4 - Professor Kathy Burk explains the rivalry between the US and UK in 'The Special Relationship: Uncovered' (first broadcast 23 June)
- The Independent - Dr Nick Draper explains that British cities are at different stages of addressing their history in the slave trade
- BCB Radio - Dr Clare Makepeace is interviewed about D-Day.
- The Independent - Dr Melvyn Stokes writes about 'movie memories' in the 'Radar' section of The Independent (24 May).
- BBC Two - Professor Margot Finn appears on 'The Birth of Empire: The East India Company' with Dan Snow
- BBC Radio 4 - Dr Adam Smith presents a programme entitled 'How do children learn history?'
- BBC Radio 4 - Dr Benet Salway appears on 'In Our Time' with Melvyn Bragg, discussing Stabo's Geographica
- History Today - Dr Clare Makepeace writes about the quest for compensation pursued in the 1950s by British prisoners of war in the Far East
- BBC News - Dr Clare Makepeace investigates World War I brothels
- The Guardian - Dr Clare Makepeace comments on the National Archives making First World War diaries accessible online
- The Guardian - Dr Kate Donington comments on '12 Years a Slave'
- BBC Radio 4 - Dr Nick Draper discusses Britain's memories of slavery on 'The World This Weekend'
- BBC Radio 4 - Professor Axel Körner comments on Brahms' German Requiem
- BBC Radio 4 - Dr Matthew Jones talks Doctor Who, as part of a 50th anniversary celebration
- BBC Radio 3 - Dr Adam Smith discusses the Gettysburg Address on 'Night Waves'
- History Today - Dr Avi Lifschitz considers the changing meanings of the Enlightenment
- Nevis Radio - Dr Matthew Jones was interviewed about 1960s cinema-going
- The Guardian - Professor Catherine Hall on the forgotten story of Britain's slave trade
- Forres Gazette - UCL cinema memories project enlists the help of Dr No to unearth movie memories
- myScience - Our 'East India Company at Home, 1757-1857' project team's collaboration with the National Trust on a "Trappings of Trade' exhibition is featured
- ITV - Professor Margot Finn talks about the East India Company on 'Britain's Secret Homes'
- CNN International - Professor Stephen Conway took part in a live interview on CNN's W1 programme regarding colonial cannibalism in Virginia (02 May 2013)
- BBC Two - Professor Stephen Conway contributes to "Fit to Rule" with Lucy Worsley (from 45 mins)
- The Guardian - Dr Bernhard Rieger's new book 'The People's Car' is reviewed
- BBC Two - Professor Kathy Burk appears on Newsnight with Jeremy Paxman to discuss fascism
- FP - Dr Bernhard Rieger's book 'The People's Car' is the subject of a story on the VW Beetle overcoming it's Nazi past
- NDTV - Dr Thom Rath discusses the Legacy of Chavez
- Legacies of British Slave-ownership encyclopaedia launch - over 60 pieces of coverage received including the BBC, the Independent, the Guardian and major overseas newspapers.
- The Observer - Professor David d'Avray comments on the new school curriculum
- Bloomberg - Professor David d'Avray comments on papal resignations
- FT - Professor David d'Avray tells the FT about precedents for a papal resignation
- ITV - Professor Stephen Conway talks to Julian Fellowes about branding and slavery on ITV's Great Houses
- BBC Radio 3 - Dr Adam Smith discusses Spielberg's Lincoln
- BBC History - Dr Adam Smith gives a historians perspective on Lincoln
- FT Alphaville - Dr Thom Rath explores the legacy of Chávez
- The Telegraph - Professor Stephen Conway comments on Prince Charles' admiration for King George III
- BBC History Magazine - Dr Adam Smith writes on 'Race, Religion and Re-Election' (December 2012 issue)
- BBC Radio 5 Live - Dr Adam Smith discusses the U.S. Elections
- BBC Radio 4 - Dr Adam Smith discuss the U.S. Elections on the Today programme
- Gamespot UK - Dr Adam Smith, Dr Benet Salway and Dr Antonio Sennis contribute to a programme about Assassins
- BBC Radio 4 - Professor Ben Kaplan contributes to Miles Warde's 'The Invention of Spain'
- Stylist - Professor Kathleen Burk comments on the U.S. Elections
- Metro - The Department provides questions for a British History quiz (following David Cameron's appearance on the Letterman show)
- BBC Radio 3 - a four part series on 'The American Civil War' by Dr Adam Smith
- BBC Four - Dr Bernhard Rieger featured on 'The Golden Age of Liners'
- BBC News - Dr Benet Salway talks about the Roman Emperor Caligula
- The Guardian - Professor Catherine Hall discusses the Women's Library
- BBC Radio 3 - Dr Adam Smith appeared on ‘Night Waves’, discussing the ‘performance of the self’ in American politics (05 April 2012)
- History Today - Dr Adam Smith reviews two books
- New York Times - Simon Renton talks about undergraduate courses in the UK
- The Guardian - Simon Renton comments on UCL's proposals for an additional campus in the Olympic borough of Newham
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