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  • On Assassinations on Dan Snow's History Hit

    Kenneth Baker, author of On Assassinations, was interviewed as a guest on Dan Snow's History Hit Podcast. This follows a review in the Daily Mail, more coverage expected includes an interview with Talk Radio Europe next month and reviews in the Times Literary Supplement and Foreign Office Magazine.

    Dan Snow's History Hit Podcast


  • MacDonald Gill in The Telegraph

    MacDonald Gill: Charting a Life by Caroline Walker featured in the Telegraph's Review supplement on Saturday 13th May. Reviewer Iona MacLaren gave the book a five star review describing it as "an enchanting study of Eric Gill's witty map-maker brother".

    Further coverage includes a feature in Sussex Life, interview with Frost Magazine, review...

  • On Assassinations in the Daily Mail

    On Assassinations by Kenneth Baker was reviewed in the Daily Mail on Friday 19th June 2020. Kenneth Baker will also be appearing as a guest on Dan Snow's History Hit Podcast soon.

    Daily Mail

  • Champion on History Hit Podcast

    Stephen Deutsch, author of Universe title Champion, was interviewed on History Hit's new podcast Historical Fiction.

    Further coverage includes an interview with Frost Magazine and next month we kick off a blog tour with Bookollective.

    Historical Fiction Podcast

  • Seaside 100 further press coverage

    Seaside 100 by Kathryn Ferry has received some wonderful press coverage. Kathryn has been interviewed on numerous radio shows including BBC Radio Kent, BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio Shropshire, BBC Sussex & Surrey and BBC Radio Lancashire. She's also starting a regular guest slot on BBC Radio Kent off the back of her interview so will be on every...

  • Lowry's Lamps in The Telegraph

    An edited extract from Lowry's Lamps by Richard Mayson featured in the Telegraph's Review supplement on Saturday 23rd May. The piece included an extract from the book alongside images of Lowry and his artworks.

    The Telegraph

  • Wild Neighbours BBC London News

    Wild Neighbours by Sarah Cheesbrough was the subject of a filmed feature and live interview for BBC London News on Wednesday 20th May. Further coverage also includes a radio interview with BBC Radio London and a printed interview and image feature in The People's Friend.

    Previous coverage includes a six page feature and interview in The Lady, a...

  • Faith in the City of London on BBC Radio London

    Niki Gorick, photographer behind Faith in the City of London was interviewed on the InSpirit on BBC Radio London earlier this month. Online reviews have also been published by London Historians and the London Society.

    Other coverage will include Church Times, Methodist Recorder, The Tablet, History Today, Church of England Newspaper, The Spade,...

  • The Name Beneath the Stone on History Hit Podcast

    Robert Newcome, author of Universe title The Name Beneath the Stone, was interviewed on History Hit's new podcast Historical Fiction.

    This year marks the centenary of the interment of the Unknown Warrior on Armistice Day, 1920 in Westminster Abbey.

    Historical Fiction Podcast

  • Torture and Punishment at the Tower of London in All About History

    Royal Armouries' title Torture and Punishment at the Tower of London was the subject of All About History magazine's 'Through History' feature in the May issue. The piece was a double page spread feature including images from the book.

  • Imperial War Museum press coverage

    This month marked the 75th anniversary of VE Day and our client publishers Imperial War Museums received some wonderful press coverage. Country Life re-ran an article on Victory in the Kitchen by Laura Clouting, featuring six recipes from the book. Author William Boyd discussed IWM’s Wartime Classics publications in articles published in the...

  • Latin Rocks On interview on Front Row

    This week Sarah Rowley, author of Latin Rocks On, quizzed BBC Radio 4's Front Row listeners on their knowledge of pop lyrics in Latin as well as talking about her new book.

    Further coverage includes a review on Classics for all reading room, interview for Queen's College newsletter and a feature for Female First.

    BBC Radio 4's Front Row