Author Interviews

Peter Taylor on The Troubles

Peter Taylor on The Troubles

Peter Taylor is a journalist who has covered The Troubles since 1972. Our editor met with him on the 25th anniversary of the Belfast Agreement.
Oliver Webb-Carter
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AoH Book Club: Iain MacGregor on Checkpoint Charlie

AoH Book Club: Iain MacGregor on Checkpoint Charlie

The most famous gateway into East Berlin was at Checkpoint Charlie where travellers were warned they were leaving the American Sector. Historian Iain Macgregor wrote an acclaimed book and our editor caught up with him to talk about the iconic crossing.

TUDOR LATEST INTERVIEW
The Seeker: S.G. MacLean Interview

The Seeker: S.G. MacLean Interview

S.G. MacLean is the creator of the Captain Damian Seeker series of novels set during the English Civil Wars. Interviewed by author and academic Steven Veerapen.

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Brothers in Arms: James Holland Interview

Brothers in Arms: James Holland Interview

AoH contributor and WW2 Historian Rupert Hague Holmes sat down with James to discuss his latest book.

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Renegade’s Tale: John Sayles Interview

Renegade’s Tale: John Sayles Interview

Our editor met John Sayles to discuss his recent novel, its history and Hollywood today.

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Andy Owen on Land of the Blind

Andy Owen

Fellow writer and soldier Adam Staten posed the questions to Andy Owen on his new novel.

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Peter Taylor on The Troubles

Oliver Webb-Carter

Peter Taylor is a journalist who has covered The Troubles since 1972. Our editor met with him on the 25th anniversary of the Belfast Agreement.

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Claire Derry on The Rome Escape Line

Claire Derry

Sam Derry was a war hero responsible for the escape of many POWs in Rome. His daughter discussed his recently republished account.

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Christopher Clark on 1848: The Revolutionary Spring

Christopher Clark

Our editor met with acclaimed historian Christopher Clark to talk about the momentous and tumultuous year that in many ways created the Europe we live in today.

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Paul de Zulueta and Simon Doughty on Those Must Be The Guards

Paul de Zulueta and Simon Doughty

The authors of a new book on the Guards discuss the division and its history.

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Renegade’s Tale: John Sayles Interview

Oliver Webb-Carter

Our editor met John Sayles to discuss his recent novel, its history and Hollywood today.

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Deborah Swift on The Shadow Network

Ruby Dalwood

The USA Today bestselling novelist talks about her latest World War Two set novel.

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AoH Book Club: Iain MacGregor on Checkpoint Charlie

Iain MacGregor

The most famous gateway into East Berlin was at Checkpoint Charlie where travellers were warned they were leaving the American Sector. Historian Iain Macgregor wrote an acclaimed book and our editor caught up with him to talk about the iconic crossing.

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Ben Kane

Fiction Book of the Month: Ben Kane on Napoleon’s Spy

Ben Kane

Ben met with our editor recently to discuss his latest book, historical fiction obsessives and duelling.

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Steve Tibble on The Templars

Andrew Rollo

Medieval historian Andrew Rollo interviews the author of a new book on the Templars.

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