Book launches and reviews
- Reviews of new publications (Summer 2016)
Mary Ward College Of Education, Keyworth; A palace for our kings : The history and archaeology of a Mediaeval royal palace in the heart of Sherwood Forest; Downstream - Across England in a punt
- Reviews of new publications (Spring 2016)
Thoresby: the end of the mine; Bonnie Prince Charlie and The Highland Army in Derby; Homes and Places: A History of Nottingham's Council Houses
- Reviews of new publications (Winter 2015)
Medieval graffiti: the lost voices of England's churches; Lincoln Cathedral: the biography of a building; The lost missionary: From Salford to San Francisco: the search for Henry Layland Knight; A46 Nottinghamshire: the archaeology of the Newark to Widmerpool Improvement Scheme, 2009; Nottingham in the Great War
- Reviews of new publications (Summer/Autumn 2015)
Who dips in the tin? The butty system in the Nottinghamshire coalfield; Voices from a trunk: the lost lives of the Quaker Eddisons, 1805-1867; Newark in the Great War
- Reviews of new publications (Spring/Summer 2015)
Waterloo Battlefield Guide; Harry's Story: the memoirs of Harry Cast; Tollerton: a village history; Nottingham Rising: the Great Cheese Riot of 1766 and the 1831 Reform Riots
- Reviews of new publications (Winter 2014-15)
All Saint' Church Nottingham and its Parish -150 Years 1864-2014
- Reviews of new publications (Autumn 2014)
Nottinghamshire Railways: the Age of Steam; Nottingham from old photographs; Ideas and images in twelfth century sculpture
- Reviews of new publications (Summer 2014)
Going to the Pictures: A short history of Cinema in Nottingham; Aviation memorials in Nottinghamshire; The Portland Way, An Early Nineteenth Century Nottinghamshire Railway and the Collieries It Served; Bridges: Heroic Designs that Changed the World
- Reviews of new publications (Spring 2014)
A edition of the daybook of John Reddish, 1780-1805; The Great War Handbook; Stanton gone but not forgotten - a Derbyshire ironworks and its people; The Church History Project - our churches
- Reviews of new publications (Winter 2013)
Lord Byron’s Best Friends: from Bulldogs to Boatswain & beyond; The Worksop and Retford Brewery Company; The miners of Nottinghamshire - A history of the Nottinghamshire Miners’ Trade Unions, Vol. 4 1980-1985; Norwell Church and Chapel.
- Reviews of new publications (Autumn 2013)
Oliver Hind and the 2nd nottingham Company of The Boys Brigade; Worksop through time; A City of Light: Socialism, Chartism and Co-operation; In search of Scrooby Manor; Sherwood Forest and The Dukeries.
- Reviews of new publications (Summer 2013)
John Bley of East Leake & London 1674-1731, Distiller And Benefactor; Aggregates and Archaeology in Nottinghamshire; Village Children and the Non-Conformist Sunday Schools in Keyworth 1853 to 1914.
- Reviews of new publications (Spring 2013)
Emma’s Sketchbook, scenes of Nottinghamshire life in the 1840s.
- Reviews of new publications (Winter 2012/13)
A walk through Norwell; Keyworth pioneers in the Canadian Praries: a story of courage, fortitude and determination; Descendants of Samuel Disney of Radcliffe-on-Trent; Time gentlemen please: village public houses in South Nottinghamshire in days gone by
- Reviews of new publications (Autumn 2012)
No stone unturned: a history of Normanton on the Wolds; Fothergill: a catalogue of the works of Watson Fothergill, architect
- Reviews of new publications (Summer 2012)
Following the Fosse Way through Nottinghamshire - Archaeology and the A46; Willoughby by Norwell deserted village; On the Flats: an oral history of the Hyson Green Flats
- Reviews of new publications (Spring 2012)
Nottinghamshire almshouses from early times to 1919; A grisly history of Nottinghamshire in 10 spine-chilling chapters; Nottinghamshire miscellany
- Reviews of new publications (Winter 2011/12)
Georgian Diary 1780: George Hodgkinson Junior; Apprentice Attorney of Southwell, Nottinghamshire; Stone Age Nottinghamshire; The Winter King; God's Biologist: a life of Alister Hardy
- Reviews of new publications (Winter 2011)
The Smythson Circle. The Story of Six Great English Houses.
- Reviews of new publications (Autumn 2011)
Thorps in a changing landscape; Turning back the pages in ... Maid Marian Way; Keyworth and World War One; Roman Nottinghamshire
- Reviews of new publications (Summer 2011)
A history of Nottingham; An outline history of the railways of Nottinghamshire; Harby: village life in the Vale of Belvoir.
- Reviews of new publications (Spring 2011)
A time of unhappy commotion; From Domesday to Dukedom and beyond - the history of the Pierrepont family; Turning back the pages on ... Nottinghamshire canals
- Reviews of new publications (Winter 2010)
Village Government and Taxation in Later Stuart Nottinghamshire: the Gedling "Town Book", 1665-1714 (Thoroton Record Society, 45, 2010); 'A Godly inheritance': the History of the hospital of the Holy and Undivided Trinity, West Retford, and the Denman Family (Trinity Hospital, 2010); A Man of No Taste Whatsoever: Joseph Pocklington 17361817 (Author house, 2010)
- Reviews of new publications (Autumn 2010)
Politics, law and society in Nottinghamshire: the diaries of Godfrey Tallents of Newark, 1829-1839; Notes on Nottinghamshire dovecotes; Bingham back in time: a history of settlement in the parish of Bingham, Nottinghamshire
- Reviews of new publications (Summer 2010)
Nottingham. The creation of the city's identity characterisation report; Britannia calls: Nottingham's schools and the push for Great War visctory; In Grandmother Gell's kitchen; Rufford Abbey and its gardens in the 17th and 18th centuries.
- Reviews of new publications (Spring 2010)
'Jack the Nottingham Lad'; Hardwick: a great house and its estate; The Park Estate.
- Reviews of new publications (Winter 2009)
'These Uncertain Tymes': Newark and the civilian experience of the Civil Wars, 1640-1660; Turning back the pages in Ravenshead; Plenti and Grase: Food and drink in a sixteenth-century household.
- Review of new publication and book launch (Spring 2009)
Monument, Memory, and Myth - use and re-use of three bronze age round barrows at Cossington, Leicestershire; Keyworth and Plumtree. The Postcard Album
- Reviews of new publications
Sherwood Forest and the Dukeries; Foundations of Medieval scholarship:
records edited in honour of David Crook
- Reviews of new publications (Winter 2008)
Basford between the wars, 1919-39; Pevsner Architectural Guides:
- Reviews of new publications (Autumn 2008)
The Eccentric Entrepreneur: A Biography of Sir Julien Cahn Bt.
(1882-1944); The Heritage Obsession: the Battle for England's
- Reviews of new publications (Summer 2008)
Tollerton: An Airfield for Nottingham, 1929-2007; Faith,
Hope and Love: 120 Years of Methodism in West Bridgford.
- Reviews of new publications (Spring 2008)
The Castles of Nottinghamshire; Cavalier: A Tale of Chivalry,
Passion and Great Houses.
- Reviews of new publications (Spring 2008)
The Renaissance of the Nottinghamshire Market Town 1680-1840 (2007);
Society, Religion and Culture in Seventeenth Century Nottingham; Lost
Houses of Nottinghamshire: NOTTINGHAM TRANSFORMED. Architecture and
Regeneration for the New Millennium.
- Reviews of new publications (Summer 2005)
The Story of Southwell Minster; The Wharncliffe Companion to Nottingham.
An A to Z of Local History: Abbatoirs to Yeomanry; Stapleford in World
- Reviews of new publications (Spring 2005)
Under the Heavy Clouds: The Church of England in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire,
1911-1915; Mender of Disorders. Court and Community in the Archdeaconry
of Nottingham, 1560-1756.
- Reviews of new publications (Summer 2004)
The Council House and Old Market Square, Nottingham.
- Reviews of new publications (Spring 2004)
Alabaster Images of Medieval England; The Robin Hood Companion
- Reviews of new publications (Winter 2003)
The diaries of the Fourth Duke of Newcastle-under-Lyne, 1822-50; Thomas
Chambers Hine: Architect of Victorian Nottingham; The Place of the
Audience: Cultural Geographies of Film Consumption.
- Reviews of new publications (Summer 2003)
Nottingham in 2010; Great Nottinghamshire Gardens; City Heritage
- Reviews of new publications (Winter 2002)
Nottingham: a history; Bold as a lion: the life of bendigo
champion of England.
- Reviews of new publications (June 2000)
North Nottinghamshire from the air; Stapleford at the Dawn of the
20th Century; Newark parish church of St Mary Magdalene.
- Reviews of new publications (April 2000)
Wollaton Hall and the Willoughby family; Nottinghamshire country
houses; past and present; Nottingham Castle: a place full royal; Sherwood
Forest in 1609: a Crown survey; A village transformed: Keyworth, 1750-1850;
Local statesmen; the story of politics in Nottinghamshire County Council.
- Reviews of new publications (April 1999)
Southwell and Nottinghamshire: Medieval art, architecture and industry;
Scandal and sanctity: the medieval religious houses of Nottinghamshire.