Media

Television, Radio and Press

BBC Radio Hereford and Worcester, Andrew Easton Show. Live interview about Vortigern, local mythology and Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017).

The Conversation. St Valentine’s – A Minor Day in a Medieval Calendar packed with Festivals (2017).

Times Higher EducationAcademics’ New Year’s Resolutions: From Actual Self to Ideal Self (2017).

BBC Radio 3, Freethinking. Five Fantastic Medieval Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016).

BBC Radio 3, Freethinking. Being Human Debate at FACT on Man and Animals (2016). Also available as an extended podcast. Feature.

Being Human Festival, Mermaids and the Maritime ImaginaryInterview about Mermaids and the Humanities (2016).

Vice,What’s the Deal with That #MermaidLife thing?‘. Interview about Mermaids in popular culture for an article by Lara Williams (2016).

BBC Radio 3, Freethinking. Feature on John Hardyng and Shakespeare’s History Plays (2016).

The Big Issue, A History Buff’s Guide to Game of ThronesIssue 1202 (2016). Article.

SOMM: Into the Bottle (directed by Jason Wise). Historical consultant (2015). Trailer.

BBC One, BreakfastLive Studio Interview about Agincourt 600 (2015).

BBC News. Live Studio Interview about Agincourt 600 (2015).

BBC Radio 5 Live, Sunday Breakfast. Interview about Agincourt 600 (2015).

BBC 4, Oak Tree, ‘talking head’ in documentary with George McGavin (2015). Winner of Royal Television Society Award for Best Science and Natural History programme. ClipTrailer.

Yesterday, S4C, UKTV, Castle Builders. 3-Part Documentary Series (2015), ‘talking head’ (episodes 1 and 3). Trailer. Episode 1. Episode 3.

The Conversation. London’s Bloody Tower Plays Host to Game of Thrones Season Five (2015).

Do Not Disturb, ‘Where the Wild Things May Lurk‘. Interview about Mythical Creatures of the British Isles for an article by Benjamin Parker (2015).

BBC Radio 3, Freethinking. Feature on ‘Medieval Christmas‘ (2014).

BBC Radio Merseyside, Tony Snell in the Morning. Feature on ‘Historical Halloween’ (2014).

BBC Radio Kent, The James Whale Show. Feature on ‘Agincourt 599th Anniversary’ (2014).

The History Vault, ‘Eureka! Historians share their experiences‘ (2014).

Mocha TV, Liverpool: An Insider’s Guide (2014).

BBC Arts, On His Majesty’s Secret Service: Scottish Independence and Henry V’s Spy (2014).

BBC Radio 3, Nightwaves. Feature on ‘Medieval Christmas (2013).

The History Vault. ‘Five Minutes With…’ Interview (2013).

Times Higher Education. Interview by Matthew Reisz  Very Ripe Fruit Leaves Twitter Followers Nun-plussed‘ and ‘Medievalist Shares Ripe fruit of  Penis Tree (2013).

BBC Radio 3, Free ThinkingThe Real Game of Thrones: Power in 15th-Century England (first broadcast 2013; second broadcast 2014).

BBC One, Breakfast. Live studio interview on St George and Englishness (2013).

BBC Radio 3, Words and Music: Mermaids (1st broadcast 2013; 2nd broadcast 2014).

BBC Radio 3, Nightwaves. Essay on The Appeal of King Arthur (2013). Also available as podcast.

BBC Radio Lancashire, Ted Robbins Show. Interview about Medieval Lancashire (2013).

BBC 4 Consultant for Medieval Lives: Birth, Marriage and Death (presented by Helen Castor). (2012-13).

The Champion, Interview about BBC Radio 3 New Generation Thinkers (2013).

Bay TV, BBC Radio Merseyside and Liverpool Echo. Interview and features on The Chester Noah Play (2013).

Viewpoint on King Arthur Legend in Liverpool University News (2013)

BBC Radio Merseyside, The Sean Styles Show. Interview about The Second Shepherds’ Play (2012).

Preston FM, Preston Arts Scene. Interview about Medieval Drama and Passion Plays (2012).

Musical Soundtracks (Harp)

‘Sumer is Icumen In’ and ‘Aweccan’ on Untold Soundtrack by Alex Cottrell (2014).

‘Feast with Us’, ‘Transitions’, and ‘Lullaby’, on Goblin Market Soundtrack. Composed and performed by Sarah Peverley and Alex Cottrell at The Kazimier, Liverpool (30 July 2013), and Edinburgh Fringe 2013 (12-17 August 2013)SoundtrackTrailerWebsite, Press, Charity Work.

Transitions‘. Featured in BBC Radio 3 Words and Music: Mermaids (first broadcast 2013; second broadcast 2014).