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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FEATURED INTERVIEW
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.

WW2 LATEST INTERVIEW

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.

EDITOR’S CHOICE INTERVIEW

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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Richard Greene on the Graham Greene Festival

Thomas Waugh

Spy thriller writer Thomas Waugh chats with the director of the International Graham Greene Festival that begins this month.

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Gordon Corrigan on Poitiers

Gordon Corrigan

Gordon talks the great battle won by the Black Prince.

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A P Handley on Tabarin

A P Handley

The author of the Danny Rook series discusses the fourth novel, set during the Falklands War.

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AoH Book Club: Paul Lay on Providence Lost

Paul Lay

When Providence Lost was first published in January 2020, the 17th century had not received a huge amount of attention, and Oliver Cromwell’s reputation was not even up for debate. That’s not the case today.

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Masters of Espionage: Alan Judd interviewed by Richard Foreman

Richard Foreman

The spy author chatted with fellow novelist Richard Foreman to discuss writing, espionage and the new reality post Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.

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Fiction Book of the Month: Steven Veerapen on The Queen’s Fire

Steven Veerapen

The author talks about his latest Christopher Marlowe thriller.

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Lucy Ashe

Lucy Ashe

The author discusses her novels, inspiration and favourite moments of history.

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The Blood of Others: Alan Bardos Interviews Graham Hurley

Alan Bardos

The two novelists discuss the Dieppe Raid and the history behind Hurley's new novel.

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Robert Lyman on Courage & Other Broadcasts

Robert Lyman

The great commander's biographer chats about his collection of talks, re-published recently.

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David Carpenter on Henry III

James Sewry

James Sewry of the Historical Association interviewed the academic on his latest Henry III instalment.

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