…was on Radio 4 last night with contributions from yours truly. Listen here via BBC i-player.
Bored of Nigella, Gordon, Heston, Jaime et al telling you how to cook a flippin’ turkey? Then why not get some fresh inspiration for your Christmas feast from these 17thC recipe books? Includes a helpful cure ‘for one that is paralettick’.
Thanks to Sara for the link.
The paperback edition of my A Radical History of Britain has an exciting new cover. I personally approved the shiny new helmet this gentleman is wearing. Out March 2010.
Well, it turns out I didn’t delete the audiofile – so if you couldn’t make it, you can listen to my talk (about 30 mins) by downloading the wma file from here (about 7mb).
My book, bigged-up in Wired magazine this month.
You may have got to this blog via my homepage, http://www.edwardvallance.com. In the next few months, my homepage will be coming down. It’s now been quite a while since it was updated (it doesn’t have my current work details or news of my last book) and much of that information can now be found here on the ‘about me’ and ‘my books’ pages. I’ll shortly be adding some more info on the pages, including a full list of publications and other details, so the blog will really serve the same purpose as the old homepage. But with added shiny blog goodness.
In other blog news, edwardvallance.wordpress.com recently passed its 50000 page view. Hurrah!
Also, I meant to podcast my talk to Republic but unfortunately managed to delete rather than save the audio file on my i-pod. Damn you classic clickwheel design! Anyway, thanks to all that came, a very enjoyable evening with some great questions.