Here you can find reviews and discussion of my book ‘Radical reformers and respectable rebels: how the two lives of Grace Oakeshott defined an era’:
Radical Reformers and Respectable Rebels: how the two lives of Grace Oakeshott defined an era, by Jocelyn Robson. Helen Bynum on what made a married woman committed to the cause walk away from it all. Times Higher Education, March 17, 2016.
‘Radical Reformers and Respectable Rebels’ Review with ‘Meet the Author: Jocelyn Robson’ Your Family History, April 2016, p.88.
‘Amazing Grace: The scandalous story of the runaway wife and her dashing lover’ by Christopher Moore. New Zealand Listener, May 21-27 2016, p.56.
‘Radical Reformers and Respectable Rebels: how the two lives of Grace Oakeshott defined an era’. Review by Brian Lancaster in Bulletin of the Croydon Natural History & Scientific Society, issue 157, September 2016, p.20-21.
Interviews & Articles
‘How Grace Oakeshott faked her death in 1907 and fled to New Zealand’ Radio New Zealand, Nine to Noon for Tuesday, 5th April 2016.
‘Radical Reformers and Respectable Rebels’, RadioLive New Zealand, Sunday, 10th April 2016.
Interview with Paul Little for North & South, New Zealand Books, Notes & Queries, June 2016, p.102.
‘Finding Other People’s Secrets’ by Jocelyn Robson. Discover Your Ancestors, June 2016. p.14-18.
Interview with Jenni Murray, BBC Woman’s Hour, Radio 4, 7th September 2016