I am a regular broadcaster, having appeared on Newsnight, Question Time, Radio 4’s Today Programme, Women’s Hour, Radio 3’s Free Thinking, Radio 4’s PM programme, the Jeremy Vine show, the Daily Politics and BBC Breakfast for the BBC, as well as work for Channel 4 News, CNN and Sky News. I also contribute to arts and history programmes – I recently enjoyed talking viewers through a queen’s bad choices for Oxford Film and TV’s ‘Last Days of Mary Queen of Scots.’

This is a space for me to share clips of some of my broadcasting work, as well as including material on upcoming projects and events. Due to restrictions on copyright and the frequency of my work, it is only a selection.

Channel 4 News – Owen Jones and The Establishment

Posted on Sep 1, 2014 | 0 comments

Channel 4 News, 1 September 2014 When Owen Jones launched his latest book, The Establishment, Channel 4 News asked me to review his book – and when I arrived, I found Owen himself in the chair opposite me. Definitely one that needs more than four...

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The Spectator’s Podcast – should we defund the National Theatre?

Posted on Jul 10, 2014 | 0 comments

The View from 22, 10 July 2014   I popped along to The Spectator’s offices to defend the National Theatre’s state subsidy against Lloyd Evans. You can skip to our segment at 20.41...

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Channel 4 News: should oil companies sponsor the arts?

Posted on Apr 29, 2014 | 0 comments

Channel 4 News, 29 April 2014 After Paul Mason’s feature on corporate sponsorship of the arts, Sheila Menon and I debate the arts world’s acceptance of oil company funding. For just the debate, skip to...

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CNN – Shakespeare turns 450

Posted on Apr 28, 2014 | 0 comments

CNN with Jim Clancy, 28 April 2014 Kate Maltby on Shakespeare's 450 birthday - CNN Video Discussing Shakespeare’s 450 birthday with an American audience – why is his legacy still alive today?

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WT4 is happening Ukraine? Channel 4 News with Paul Mason

Posted on Mar 7, 2014 | 0 comments

Channel 4’s WT4 programme, 7th March 2014 As the Ukraine plunges into further turmoil, Paul Mason and I discuss legitimacy and blame in the conflict, along with former Kremlin adviser Alexander Nekrassov and Ukrainian Maidan activist Marta...

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Radio 4’s PM programme – is sex-segregation acceptable at university?

Posted on Dec 13, 2013 | 0 comments

Radio 4’s PM programme, 13 December 2013 As Universities UK rows back on advice that university speakers can demand sex-segregation in their audiences, I was invited to debate the issue with Fatima Barkatulla of...

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