Historians from across the UK joined with BBC journalists, independent documentary makers and social media professionals to discuss the challenges and opportunities of getting history into the headlines - well, at least in print and on air! Among the speakers - Broadcasting House presenter Paddy O'Connell, Newsnight's Laura Kuenssberg, Puffles the Dragon Fairy Whitehall watcher and Antony Carpen, plus historians Dr Caroline Dodds Pennock, Professor Helen Weinstein and Paul Lay, History Today Editor.
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