The Sydney Institute Annual Dinner Speech – 30 April 2013
The Sydney Institute – Sydney, Australia
Charlie Rose (PBS) – 8 April 2013
Remembering Margaret Thatcher Amanda Foreman joins Martin Amis, Tina Brown, Harold Evans, and Henry Kissinger to discuss the life and legacy of Margaret Thatcher with host Charlie Rose.
Virtual Book Signing – 2 November 2012
Abraham Lincoln Book Shop – Chicago, IL
Host Daniel Weinberg speaks to Amanda Foreman about her book A World on Fire.
The New York Public Library – 23 September 2011
Stacy Schiff in conversation with Amanda Foreman
The distinguished biographer, Pulitzer Prize winner and former Cullman Center Fellow Stacy Schiff discusses her highly acclaimed biography Cleopatra with award-winning historian and biographer Amanda Foreman.
C-SPAN – 28 December 2011 Washington Journal
Amanda Foreman discusses her cover story for Newsweek on the legacy of Margaret Thatcher
NBC – 21 December 2011
Morning Joe: “Remembering the Legacy of Margaret Thatcher” Newsweek‘s Amanda Foreman joins Morning Joe to discuss the legacy of former British PM Margaret Thatcher. The panel also discusses actress Meryl Streep’s portrayal of Thatcher in the new film “The Iron Lady.”
C-Span – 15 July 2011 BookTV: After Words
Amanda Foreman discusses her book A World on Fire with Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Eric Foner.
CBS 6 – 14 July 2011 Virginia This Morning (WTVR)
HBO – 8 July 2011 Real Time with Bill Maher
Bill Maher welcomes roundtable guests Amanda Foreman, Ethan Nadelmann, Chaz Bono, Ann Coulter, and Christopher Hayes to discuss a range of political and social topics.
The Oldie – 7 June 2011 Oldie Literary Lunch
Amanda Foreman speaks to an audience of The Oldie magazine readers about A World on Fire and the discovery that led her to the subject while she was researching for Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire.
BBC Television – 5 February 2011 Book Talk
Keith Simpson MP, historian Kate Williams and Independent on Sunday journalist John Rentoul discuss Amanda Foreman’s bookA World on Fire as one of their best books for the the politically minded to take on holiday.
The Jacob Burns Film Center – 11 September 2008 The Duchess: Preview & Q&A
Amanda Foreman discusses The Duchess, the film adaptation of her book Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire with the film’s producer Gabrielle Tana and New York Times critic Janet Maslin at the Jacob Burns Film Center.
Channel 4 Television (Diverse Productions) Wellington’s Women
(writer and presenter) “The Duke of Wellington is famous as a great soldier and the hero of Waterloo. But not all the Iron Duke’s conquests were military. Away from the macho world of war and politics, Wellington was very much a lady’s man. In Wellington’sWomen, award winning historian Amanda Foreman explores the story behind the military – the unfaithful husband, the loyal friend, the passionate lover.”
Channel 4 Television
The Secret History: The People’s Duchess – Channel 4 (directed by Justin Hardy)
BBC Television, News Night
The Abolition of the House of Lords: What the Future Holds