I’m conversation with the wonderful Gina Clark, the Tudor Dreams Historical Costumier, talking about how she started making historical costumes, bring joy to so many people with the amazing gowns she makes.
Phillipa Vincent-Connolly joins Zack to chat about her new book looking at the stigma (or lack of) that was attached to being disabled during the Tudor period, and how people coped with their disabilities. Here is the link to the podcast episode – https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ca2kg-11c0c3e
Disability in Tudor Times How much of our thoughts about those with disabilities come from the Victorians? Join Hazel Baker as she talks with Phillipa Vincent-Connolly and disability in the Tudor period. This podcast explores the world of disability in Tudor times and highlights some of the challenges faced by those living with a disability as well
Maria Zani interviewed myself and my friend Gina Clark, the Tudor Dreams Historical Costumier for the Ramsgate Film Festival, asking us about costuming in film and tv. We discussed disabled characters in television, my Timeless Falcon Dual Timeline Series and other projects. To contact Gina Clark: https://www.facebook.com/Tudordreams
Timeless Falcon Dual Timeline Series Reviews… Professor Suzannah Lipscomb says Timeless Falcon Volume One The Anne Boleyn Cypher is, ‘a delightful story’ – Suzannah Lipscomb is a Professor Emerita. Historian. Broadcaster. Author & editor of 7 books. Host of NotJustTudors podcast. Dr Tracy Borman says of Timeless Falcon Volume Two, ‘A Tudor Predicament’ This pacey
Phillipa Vincent-Connolly explores the lives of disabled people in the Tudor era. Speaking to Ellie Cawthorne, she uncovers complex attitudes to disability in the period and reveals how some disabled figures played key roles in the royal court.
Ashlie Newcombe interviews ME about Historical Fiction and its effects of putting history back in the spotlight.
Alexandra Morris talks about finishing her PhD in Ancient Disability History, examples of disabled people in Ancient Greece and Egypt, and her latest projects.
In conversation with the fabulous Jay Britton, talking about her work as a classically trained musician from the Royal Academy of Music, who brings to life a plethora of Tudor songs through her live and recorded performances at English heritage sites.
Episode 5 – In conversation with history researcher, writer and author Sylvia Barbara Soberton
Please do vote for me, it’s very much appreciated. My nomination is about bringing disability and its histories into the public domain and teaching the topic in positive ways in both schools, colleges, and to the public. It’s also about the challenges I’ve overcome in having cerebral palsy and what I’ve achieved as a person,
The National Teachmeet for history teachers. Manchester, March 26th 2022 I felt very privileged and humbled to be asked to be a keynote speaker alongside historian Helen Carr who gave her own keynote speech on ‘What is History?’, speaking to history teachers at the National History Teach Meet event in Manchester on March 26th 2022.
The pilot issue of Blitzed Magazine is out on the 4th of November 2021. It has been an amazing experience, and a privilege to have been asked to compile this magazine from scratch. The concept of Blitzed Magazine started as a music publication. Music they played at Billy’s and the Blitz Club, bands who met
In Episode 4, Kim Smith, a radio presenter interviews me about my love of the 1980s, Boy George and Marc Almond. Growing up as a disabled teenager, and my writing as a historian and magazine editor. Talking History – Episode 5 – In conversation with history researcher, writer and author Sylvia Barbara Soberton Episode 5
My first podcast episode is up and running on Spotify. In this first episode I talk to Mik Scarlet, a broadcaster, journalist, musician and wheelchair user, about disability history, activism, ableism, the 80s and music. To listen to the episode with Mik you can find it on Spotify Talking History with Phillipa Vincent-Connolly | Podcast
Today, this just happened. I have been nominated for the ITV National Diversity Awards as a positive role model for disability. I presume this is for being a disabled secondary school teacher with a physical disability, as well as a historian, highlighting disability history to the general public? I am hoping that when my book
I’ve been chatting disability history with Professor Tom Shakespeare, Dr Chris Laoutaris, Dr Katherine Schaap Williams, and Dr Rowan Mackenzie and other distinguished and inspiring guests as part of today’s International Shakespeare Equality Festival’s Shakespeare and Disability panel! To be included in such a prestigious event was a privilege for me. The insights from all