TV & Radio

Lucy co-presents Channel 4’s ’48 Hours to Victory’ series which unpicks the two days that secured victory in some of Britain’s most important battles. She has also contributed to BBC One’s ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ as well as appearing on multiple podcasts, radio shows and online platforms. She believes military history surrounds us every day, and is particularly passionate about working on projects that bring the subject to life, opening up a window to the past for new audiences.

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48 Hours to Victory


Who Do You Think You Are?

Lucy featured as a battlefield historian, helping David Walliams to discover more about his paternal great-grandfather John Boorman’s, prolonged and traumatic experiences on the battlefields of the First World War.


We Have Ways of Making You Talk

The final task of assaulting the Arakan Peninsula as part of the Burma campaign was given to 3 Commando Brigade. Their challenge was to cut off the Japanese supply and escape routes to Rangoon. Lucy, whose grandfather fought in Burma, joins Al Murray and James Holland to discuss the campaign and the infamous fight for Hill 170.


Home Brew History

Lucy chats to the lads at Home Brew History about all things horsey in the First World War


The 1.7 Million Stories of CWGC

In the last episode of season one, Lucy joined Jack Sheeran, Paul Byrnes (Film Critic for the Sydney Morning Herald & The Age and Author) and Peter Francis, from the Commission’s media team to discuss a selection of movies and TV shows which depict the First and Second World Wars including: 1917, The Water Diviner, The Railway Man, and Band of Brothers. They explore what connections these have with the work of the CWGC and discuss how accurately they show the realities of war.


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