My research has contributed to the BFI’s Screenonline, Directors in British and Irish Cinema edited by Robert Murphy, and also their media teaching resources. On television I was the archive researcher for the BBC documentary A Dandy and a Clown, the presenter/interviewer for Grange Hill Memories (Comedy Club, London) and a contributor to the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow. I have also chaired panels and presented papers at academic media conferences at Manchester Metropolitan University, University of Manchester and the University of Reading. My other television work includes appearances for BBC, ITV and UK Gold, and as an actor I was in a play on WWI war poet Wilfred Owen.
Section 28 Exhibition: ‘Section 28: Abseiling Lesbians & Jenny Living with Eric and Martin’, Staffordshire University LGBT+ Staff Network, curator & BBC Radio interview. ‘Filming WWI: Balancing historical accuracy with cinematic sensationalism’, WWI Uncovered Snow, Slumps and Secrets, Keele University. ‘‘Serious offences with male persons’: the media representation of the ‘forgotten’ gay campaigner Peter Wildeblood’, 50 Years Since Decriminalisation, Keele University. Presenter and Interviewer, Grange Hill Memories, Comedy Club Theatre, examining the BBC children's series Grange Hill (1978-2008).
Archive researcher and historical consultant for the BBC Four & The Open University documentary series on Five Decades of LGBT+ life in Britain, 7 Wonder, Birmingham. ‘”I’m Free!”: A history of gay men on television since 1955’ at LGBT History Month Symposium. Documentary Archive Researcher, Doctor Who Zavvi Exclusive Limited Edition Steelbook (Limited to 2000) BluRay (2016). ‘How to find Doctor Who toys that will soar in value’, Interview for The Telegraph by Emma Simon, 13 Oct 2013. Archive Researcher A Dandy and a Clown BBC HD television 60m documentary, dir. Chris Chapman, Dene Films, BluRay release (2013).