History Indoors in the Media
At History Indoors, we love history – and we love sharing our love for history

If you are interested in working with us, contact us at hello@historyindoors.co.uk – we’d love to chat and recommend one of our wonderful specialist historians to meet your needs!

Since our beginnings in April 2020, we are fortunate enough to have been featured on a variety of different platforms: we have been featured on ITV’s Homeschooling Resources page, we were interviewed by BBC Radio Suffolk, interviewed by the Daily GazetteEast Anglian Daily Times and featured within the University of Essex, as part of their Outreach Team’s Talks and Tasters, and part of the Department of History Blog.

Our excellent team have also been in the news for us; on Friday 12th June, the excellent Steven Bishop was interviewed for his knowledge of historical statues on BBC Radio Suffolk, and the fabulous Louise Rodwell has written about what we can learn from the 1918 Spanish Flu outbreak, and appeared on BBC Look East (from 22 mins)!

The wonderful people at History Hack have used our historians in their shows. The Brilliant Dr Ben Fuggle appeared on History Hack to discuss the Mosquito Coast and the amazing Johanna Strong appeared to re-examine Bloody Mary (both with some great cartoon likenesses!). 

Johanna has also worked with Hampshire Histbites to produce two podcasts: Winchester and Westminster: How did these Churches Forget Mary I and Continuing Our Quest to Discover Mary I’s Connections to Winchester and Beyond which you can listen to or read the transcripts online!

We have also had the great pleasure of being hosted on History Hit TV, a great honour for us all!

We have written for the National Council on Public History about Bringing History Indoors during a Pandemic.

James Jefferies is currently working as a historical advisor for Junto Media’s online documentary series ‘Real Engineering’ on a series about the Logistics of the Battle of Britain, as well as appearing on Paul Woodadge’s ‘WW2 TV’ on the 27th February to talk about bomber Command and the Battle of Britain, and both are linked to his talk for History Indoors!

James will also be delivering a ‘Lunchtime Lecture’ for the Royal Air Force Museum called ‘The Forgotten ‘Few’ — Bomber and Coastal Command in the Battle of Britain’ on the 3rd of December 2021 – check out the link for it here!