Media

January 2017 – BBC Radio 4 ‘Today in Parliament’ interview by Mark D’Arcy, on the 1917 Speaker’s Conference on Electoral Reform and votes for women

November 2016 – BBC Radio 4 ‘Today in Parliament’ interview by Mark D’Arcy, on the the Girl Porters in the House of Commons during the First World War

July 2016 – BBC Radio 4 ‘The Long View’ interview by Jonathan Freedland on the early women MPs

February 2016 – BBC Radio London live interview on the Robert Elms Show on Parliament’s suffragette themed tours

October 2016 – Sunday Post politics podcast interview by James Millar on the ‘Suffragette’ movie

April 2015 – Sheffield Live radio ‘Mouthpiece’ programme, interview by Max Munday on history of women and Parliament. Listen to my interview by Max Munday

March 2015 – Islam Channel TV programme ‘The Politics of Equality’, interview by Samina Kiyani on history of women and Parliament (my bit is circa 3:20 to 7:15)

The Politics of EqualityJanuary 2015 – BBC Radio 4 ‘Women’s Hour‘ interview for Democracy Day, on the history of female protestors in Parliament

November 2014 – BBC 1 ‘The One Show’ talking about suffragette Muriel Matters, who chained herself to the House of Commons Ladies’ Gallery grille in 1908

July 2014 – BBC Radio 4 ‘Woman’s Hour’ interview by Jenni Murray with Dr Paula Bartley, on Ellen Wilkinson & other early women MPs

June 2014 – BBC Radio 4 ‘Today in Parliament’ interview by Mark D’Arcy, on early women staff in Parliament

2013 – BBC 2 Northern Ireland TV programme ‘Groundbreakers: Ulster’s Forgotten Radical Isabella Tod’, talking about early female select committee witnesses with Margaret Mountford

Margaret Mountford at the Parliamentary Archives2012 – BBC Radio Oxford interview by Malcolm Boyden, on Nancy Astor

2011 – ‘Sylvia Pankhurst: Everything Is Possible’ interview on DVD documentary about Sylvia Pankhurst by WORLDwrite

Have also been on TV programmes in role as archivist at the Parliamentary Archives, e.g. Who Do You Think You Are with Jodie Kidd; PBS programme on ‘Secrets of Westminster’.

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