Full list of publications
(i) Academic History
‘Inheritance and Lordship in Pre-Reformation England: George Neville, Lord Bergavenny (c.1470-1535)’, Nottingham Medieval Studies, xlviii (2004).
‘Loyalty, Honour and The Lancastrian Revolution: Sir Stephen Scrope of Castle Combe and His Kinsmen, c.1389-1408’, Fourteenth Century England, iii, ed. W. M. Ormrod (Boydell, Woodbridge, 2004).
The Politics of Magnate Power in England and Wales, 1389-1413 (Oxford Historical Monographs, 2003).
‘Henry IV and the Politics of Resistance in Early Lancastrian England, 1399-1413,’ The Fifteenth Century III: Authority and Subversion, ed. L. Clark (Boydell, Woodbridge, 2003).
‘Richard II and the Mortimer Inheritance’ Fourteenth Century England, ii, ed. C. Given-Wilson and N. Saul (Boydell, Woodbridge, 2002).
‘Exploitation and Control: The Royal Administration of Magnate Estates, 1397-1405,’ in Revolution and Consumption in Late Medieval England, ed. M. A. Hicks (Boydell, Woodbridge, 2001).
(ii) Popular History
The Peasants’ Revolt: England’s Failed Revolution (Tempus, Stroud, 2004).
‘A Kingdom in Crisis: Henry IV and the Battle of Shrewsbury’, History Today, 53 (8) (August, 2003).
‘The Wars of the Roses’, BBC History Magazine, iv no. 5 (May, 2003).
‘Thomas Holand: Richard II’s King of Ireland?’ History Ireland (Spring, 2003).
‘Who was that masked man? Concealed Identity in Popular Protest’, BBC History Magazine, iii, no. 2 (February, 2002).
‘1381: a Kingdom on the Edge,’ BBC History Magazine, iii, no. 7 (July, 2002).
‘Wat Tyler: The Afterlife of an English Rebel,’ History Today, 51 (7) (July, 2001).
In Our Time, with Melvyn Bragg, BBC Radio Four, 16 November 2006.
The Worst Century Ever, with Tony Robinson, Spire Films/Channel Four Television, 30 September 2004.
The Seven Ages of Britain, with Bettany Hughes, Wildfire Television/Channel Four Television, 20 December 2003.
Voices of The Powerless, with Melvyn Bragg, BBC Radio 4, 1 August 2002.
London and the Peasants’ Revolt, Museum of London, 25 February 2006.