Not much, I tell the Guardian.
I contributed to this BBC Radio 3 documentary on Dover’s games, presented by former test cricketer Ed Smith. You can listen to the documentary here (available til 26th Feb 2012).
I will be giving a talk on the above on Feb 16th as part of the Bishopgate Institute’s Monarchy and Republicanism series. Details here.
I’m taking part in this discussion organised by Neil Denny of Little Atoms at the Bishopsgate Institute along with Dan Hind, Bibi van der Zee and Alex Butterworth. 3 November @ 7.30pm.
Info over here.
I will be giving a talk on my A Radical History of Britain to the Suffolk Book League on Tues Sept 6 at 7.30pm. Details here.
I will be talking radicalism and rebellion at the Stoke Newington Literary Festival on Sunday 5th June at 1pm with David Horspool, author of The English Rebel. More details here.
I’ve now put up the recording of the Thomas Paine Society lecture given on 5th March here.
Apologies for the sound quality at the beginning, I was struggling to be heard over the sound of screaming Japanese fan-girls (not screaming at me but attending the Manga convention also in Conway Hall.)
A revised and edited version of the lecture has been submitted to the Society’s journal.
I am honoured to have been invited to give the Thomas Paine Society’s Eric Paine Memorial Lecture.
The talk will be at Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London, WC1 4RL at 2pm on Sat 5th March.
More details here.