Expert on BBC Radio 4’s In Our Time - The Poor Laws (20 December 2018).
Expert on BBC Radio 4’s Making History (17 September 2013).
Expert for ‘Life in the Victorian Workhouse’, BBC History Magazine with Charlotte Hodgman (February 2015), pp. 78-81. With podcast available online.
Consultation for various TV programmes e.g. Wall To Wall Productions, Who Do You Think You Are? (BBC, 2011-present) and Secrets from the Workhouse (ITV, 2013); Ben Lewis TV, ‘Workers or Shirkers? Ian Hislop’s Victorian Benefits’ (BBC, 2016).
Bubbles, Booms and Busts: A Teacher Scholar Programme on the History of Money and Finance: Teacher-Scholar Programme at the University of Southampton (2017) with the Personal finance education group (Pfeg) and secondary school teachers to promote the teaching of the latest research on finance and money at Key Stages 3 and 4.
The Dawn of Affluence: how did living standards change? 1900-1960: Teacher-Scholar Programme at the University of Sussex (2011-13) with The National Archives Education Department and school teachers to promote the teaching of latest research on living standards at Key Stages 3, 4 and 5.
Article ‘The Workfare State: work in exchange for welfare in Britain 1780-1850’ with Dr Thomas Akehurst (Open University), for Modern History Review 19, 1 (2016), a publication for A-Level History students.
I have been invited to guest lecturer at a variety of venues, such as the Department for Continuing Education at the University of Oxford and the German Historical Institute and Ludwig Maximilians University British History Summer School.