My recent media work includes BBC1’s The One Show, Rik Television Cyprus, BBC Midlands, Notimex (Mexico’s largest media network), History News Network USA, and a British Council Shakespeare documentary (interviewed by Ben Crystal as part of the BBC’s Shakespeare Festival), as well as radio interviews for BBC Radio London, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Radio National, and Newstalk Radio, Dublin. I have written for numerous newspapers and magazines (see introductory section above) and my work has been reviewed in many major media and press outlets, including The Times, Sunday Times, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, Daily Mail, Independent, London Review of Books, Literary Review, New Statesman, Herald, Big Issue, Washington Post, New York Times, and New York Post, among many others. I regularly present my research at public events, conferences and institutions, including conferences for the Shakespeare Association of America, Renaissance Society of America, Society for the Study of Early Modern Women, and others. Recent public lectures include those given at the Royal Shakespeare Company; Victoria and Albert Museum; Hay Festival; Hillingdon Literary Festival; Royal Collection (National Portrait Gallery of Scotland and Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh); the Biographers’ Club; University of Oxford; Bisham Abbey; London Jewish Cultural Centre; Polish Hearth Club; and the Severis Foundation, Cyprus.
Many of my recent media appearances related to new discoveries presented in my book Shakespeare and the Countess, which was shortlisted for the Tony Lothian Prize (Biography), was Observer Book of the Year, a Telegraph Book of the Year, Telegraph Book of the Week, Marylebone Journal Book of the Week, one of the New York Post’s ‘Must-Read Books’, one of the Daily Telegraph’s top ten history holiday reads, Living Literature Society Book of the Month, one of Broadway Direct USA’s ‘Bookfilter’s Best of Summer Picks’, and Bookseller’s no. 8 in the top ten most reviewed books for season of its release. I am currently in discussions with various producers about the prospect of optioning Shakespeare and the Countess for film.