Professor Justin Champion is Head of the Department of History, Royal Holloway College, University of London and is an expert in the history of early modern ideas.
‘Breaking the Law’ BBC Radio 4 contributor
’The Great Dog Massacre’ BBC Radio 3 contributor
’The routes of English’ BBC Radio 4 contributor.
’Voices of the powerless: the Plague in Salisbury’ BBC Radio 4 Expert contributor, programme linked at http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/history/voices/voices_salisbury.shtml
BBC World Service: periodic contributor to Outlook
‘London’s Dreaded Visitation’, in Plague, Fire, War Treason C4 October 2001 (plus associated award winning website) 90 mins author and commentator. This programme won a Royal Television Society Award 2002, Audience 3.9 million. A version of the discussion can be seen at http://www.channel4.com/history/microsites/H/history/c-d/champion.html
‘The riddle of the Plague’ survivors in More Secrets of the Dead March 2002 C4 60mins contributor
National Geographic Films: ‘Phobias’ (Arkwelder Films)
‘Britain and the Modern World’ BBC4 60 mins, March 2002 Contributer
‘Secrets of the Palace’, C4 February 2002, 90 mins, Presenter and co-author.
Live broadcast Commentary for German TV ZDF, BBC Good Morning, and BBC Worldservice associated with this programme
‘Crime Team. The Murder of Thomas Thynne’ 1682 C4 30 mins, Autumn 2002 expert witness
‘Newton. Dark Heretic’ BBC 2 60 mins March 2003, contributer
‘Kings&Queens’, ITV History of England from 1066 to Edward I. 3 x 60 mins. co-author and presenter. Broadcast TBC
‘Elizabethan Subjects’ 5 part series (15 min. BBC Radio4 March 24-28th 2003) Co-author and Presenter. These programmes are available on the BBC Radio 4 website
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