Dr Suzannah Lipscomb is an historian, author, broadcaster and award-winning academic, based at New College of the Humanities.
If you'd like to know about her academic, literary and broadcasting career, you can read more here.
Suzannah's books include 1536: The Year that Changed Henry VIII (Lion Hudson, 2009) and A Visitor’s Companion to Tudor England (Ebury, 2012). Find reviews and synopses here.
Her television work includes writing and presenting the four-part 'Hidden Killers' series including 'Hidden Killers of the Tudor Home' and 'Hidden Killers of the Victorian Home' for BBC4, and her two-series 'Henry and Anne: The Lovers Who Changed History' for Channel Five. Details of her latest TV work are here.
Suzannah is an engaging and sought-after public speaker, and has given talks all around the country and abroad. Should you wish to ask her to speak at your event, please go to Talks to see indicative titles, and to Contact to make arrangements.
She has written many newspaper and magazine articles, and reviewed a large number of books, details of which can be found here.