Michael Burleigh has extensive experience on radio and of interviews for TV. He has been involved in a number of award-winning TV programmes and is open to offers of future projects from TV producers.


Radio - BBC Radio 3 - "Nightwaves"
Samira Ahmed

Samira Ahmed will be interviewing Michael on "Nightwaves" on the 1st May, 2013 at 10pm about his new book Small Wars, Faraway Places: The Genesis of the Modern World 1945-65 (Macmillan).




Radio - RTE's Pat Kenny interviews Michael
Pat Kenny

Michael and RTE's Pat Kenny discuss Michael's new book Small Wars, Faraway Places: The Genesis of the Modern World 1945-65 (Macmillan) -
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Radio - Historian discusses terrorism writings of literary greats
Mark Colvin

This is a transcript from PM. The program is broadcast around Australia at 5:10pm on Radio National and 6:10pm on ABC Local Radio. -
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Radio - Start the Week with Andrew Marr
Start the Week with Andrew Marr

Andrew Marr is joined by Michael Burleigh who talks about his book 'Blood and Rage' -
click here for Michaels interview with Andrew Marr.



Television - "Civilised society is impossible without religion"
Michael Burleigh and Wilfred Kemp

Filmed in Utrecht in the Netherlands for KRO TV Soeterbeeck -
click here for Michaels interview with Wilfred Kemp.



Radio - "No Justice for Duke Players"

Dennis PragerDennis Prager talks to Michael Burleigh -
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Radio - "The Third Reich: Michael Burleigh in conversation with Clive James"Michael Burleigh and Clive James

Michael talks about his acclaimed one-volume comprehensive history of Nazi Germany.
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Radio - "Michael Burleigh on Political Religion"

Rachel KohnInterviewed by ABC National Radio's Rachel Kohn on her "The Spirit of Things" programme.
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Television - "Dark Enlightenment"
Dark Enlightenment - written and presented by Michael Burleigh, directed by James Burge
- written and presented by Michael Burleigh, directed by James Burge