I host a monthly radio show on Bro Radio which transmits through the Vale of Glamorgan and via online and App. The show is usually a discussion between myself and an expert on the topic of the day, and invariably about local and Welsh history.
Episodes are broadcasted on the 4th Monday of every month and are available as podcasts on our ‘listen again’ service.
I also upload video versions of these programmes to my YouTube channel.
Topics covered to date have been as diverse as early Christian missions and monasteries, railways and docks, the RAF and Army bases on the region, Welsh Christmas traditions and Fonmon Castle.
Video & TV
I produce short films about the history and folklore of Wales. They are designed to entertain as well as educate. They are very popular and are available to watch on You Tube. Click the button below to see what is available and please, subscribe to my channel.
Guest History Expert
I often provide commentary and expertise for radio or TV programme makers and film makers. Either for research or to speak as a guest expert. I can talk in general terms about national history as well as my specialist areas of welsh history and folklore.
Whether acting as a co-presenter or a guest, I can share my historical knowledge to add relevant content to any number of TV shows. Most obviously those whose principal topic would be walking, antiques and archeology.
The context of history of people and places can add a whole new dimension to a discussion so there are numerous applications for what I have to offer in this respect. If you want to find out more, click the contact me button for details.
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“Graham’s breadth of knowledge and expertise was wide ranging and awesome and his talks and contributions were engaging, entertaining and popular… He is a successful author and is able to tailor his talks and content to different audiences and I would completely recommend his services as an historical speaker and presenter…….and he’s a really good guy!.”
— Chris Jones, Presenter and Broadcaster