2018-2020: Interviews for Royal Holloway History Hub videos on women’s suffrage. Includes:
Dec 2019 – What was the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919? – one of a series of Royal Holloway History Hub videos marking the 100th anniversary of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919, with fellow historians Katie Broomfield, Anne Logan and Helen Glew. You can watch them all from here– they’re all linked from the end of the video and on the YouTube page.
Dec 2019 – talking head on Retaining women at the Bar. 1919 – 2019: is the past inhabiting the present? For Behind the Gown, a group of barristers committed to tackling harassment at the Bar.
February 2018 – Talk at Murray Edward College, Cambridge, on ‘Beyond the Militant Myth: the Voice and Vote exhibition’ (4:43 long)
February 2018 – Talk in Dublin on ‘What Happened at Westminster? Men, Women and the Representation of the People Act 1918’, in this programme on Oireachtas TV: Vótáil 100 Episode 1, Mná san Oireachtas – Co-sponsored academic conference between the Royal Irish Academy and the Houses of the Oireachtas (my bit aprox 38:00-52:00)
November 2016 – contribution to a panel on ‘Women and the 21st century Parliament‘ for Parliament Week – my bit (on women in the 19th and 20th century Parliament) runs 9:00-15:15
February 2016 – contributor to Nancy Astor: the first woman to sit in the House of Commons 1919-1945, video by UK Parliament in partnership with the University of Reading.
June 2016 – Parliamentary Sources and Processes: Tracing an Act of Parliament – talk for Women’s Legal Landmarks at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (my talk is the first 25 minutes of this video)
March 2014 – Women Staff in Parliament during the First and Second World Wars – talk for Women’s History Month
2008 – The significance of 1958 and Parliament’s suffragette banner from 1908 – interview marking the 50th anniversary of the Life Peerages Act 1958