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CNN Clip, April 2009
I was asked to appear on CNN for Shakespeare’s 445th birthday… Here’s the clip:

Meet The Author, 2008
The video below was made for the Meet The Author website. In it, I talk about exactly why Shakespeare on Toast is so different from all the other books on Shakespeare out there…

Richard & Judy, 2005
Okay, so I just dug this out, a video clip of when I was asked onto C4’s Richard & Judy chat-show, to talk about a copy of the 1623 First Folio that’d been found in an attic… Enjoy!


Click the links to listen to the interviews…

Interview with Libby Purves on BBC Radio 4’s Midweek, from June 10th, 2009

Interview with Ian McMillan on BBC Radio 3’s The Verb, from 19th June, 2009
– talking in & about Original Pronunciation – Shakespeare’s accent…

Interview with Phil Rickman on BBC Radio Wales, from December 7th, 2008 — recorded at the Hay Winter Weekend, Shakespeare on Toast “breaks new ground” says Phil, while I explain just why Shakespeare’s poetry is so interesting and so misunderstood…

Interview with Trisha Goddard on CityTalk FM, from September 14th 2008 — talking about whether Shakespeare is still relevant…

Interview with Muthamma Prasad for her BookClub show on PhoenixFM, from October 24th 2008 — talking about my favourite books, reading experiences, and of course, Shakespeare

Recent Appearances

1st, BBC Asian Network, Nikki Bedi

3rd, RTE, Morning Show, Tom Dunne

5th, BBC Radio Kent, Pat Marsh Show

6th, BBC Radio London, JoAnne Good

8th, BBC Radio Shropshire, Clare Ashford

8th, BBC Radio Wales, Roy Noble

10th, BBC Radio Leith

11th, Radio Mediterraneo FM, Hannah Murray

14th, BBC Radio Lincolnshire

14th, CityTalk FM, Trisha Goddard

30th, BBC Radio Cambridge, Sue Dougan

24th, Phoenix FM, Muthamma Prasad’s Bookclub

20th, BBC Radio 5 Live, Dotun Adebayo

15th, BBC Radio 5, Up All Night with Dotun Adebayo

23rd, CNN, Around the World with Becky Anderson

10th, 9am BBC Radio 4, Midweek with Libby Purves
11th, 10am BBC Radio Bristol, Graham Torrington’s show
19th, 9.15pm BBC Radio 3,