Amanda Foreman

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Film, TV & Theatre

Agent: St John Donald
Associate Agent: Jonny Jones

Film, TV & Theatre

Amanda Foreman is the author of the prize-winning best sellers, ‘Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire' and 'A World on Fire: A Epic History of Two Nations Divided' She is currently a columnist for The Wall Street Journal. Her latest work is the BBC documentary series, 'The Ascent of Woman'. In 2016, Foreman served as chair of The Man Booker Prize. Her book on the history of women, 'The World Made by Women' will be published in 2018. She is a co-founder of the literary nonprofit, House of SpeakEasy Foundation, a trustee of the Whiting Foundation, and an Honorary Research Senior Fellow in the History Department at the University of Liverpool. Amanda lives in New York with her husband and five children.

Radio

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THE GEORGIANS

2014

BBC Radio 4

AS WRITER AND PRESENTER

THE PRIME MINISTERS

2011

BBC Radio 4

AS CONTRIBUTOR SERIES 2 EPISODE 2 'EARL GREY'

QUEEN VICTORIA

2001

BBC Radio 4

AS WRITER AND PRESENTER

QUEEN VICTORIA

2001

BBC Radio 4

AS WRITER AND PRESENTER

THE HISTORY OF THE TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT

1998

BBC Radio 4

AS WRITER AND PRESENTER

Television

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ORIGINS

2017

NatGeo

AS SERIES CONSULTANT AND CONTRIBUTOR

THE ASCENT OF WOMAN

2015

BBC 2

AS WRITER AND PRESENTER

CODE PLAN RED

2011

Channel 5

AS CONTRIBUTOR

THIS WEEK

2011

BBC 2

AS WRITER AND PRESENTER EP 27 MAY

THIS WEEK

2011

BBC 2

AS WRITER AND PRESENTER EP 8 NOVEMBER

MARIE ANTOINETTE

2002

BBC 2/ Reputations

AS CONTRIBUTOR

THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON AND HIS WOMEN

2002

Channel 4 Television

AS WRITER AND PRESENTER

NEWSNIGHT

1999

BBC Television

AS PRESENTER AND WRITER EP 'THE ABOLITION OF THE HOUSE OF LORD: WHAT THE FUTURE HOLDS'

THE PEOPLES' DUCHESS: GEORGINA, THE DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE

1999

Channel 4

AS CONSULTANT