Monarchy in Peril – Podcast

Join Emeritus Professor Robert Aldrich, and Associate Professor Cindy McCreery – both from the University of Sydney – on this 8- episode podcast series about monarchy. With the help of expert guests, the series will examine challenges faced by monarchies in modern history? such as revolution, assassination, and scandal? and why some monarchies have survived, and others have disappeared.

Lantern Slide Portraits of King, Queen, Prince and Princess of Wales

Associate Professor Cindy McCreery interviewed for “Object Matters” Podcast with Dr Craig Barker discussing a children’s lantern slide of the first decade of the twentieth century featuring King Edward VII, Queen Alexandria and the Prince of Wales, later to be George V, and his wife Mary. Produced by W. Butcher and Sons.

Platinum Jubilee on BBC Newsday, Singapore

On Monday 7 February – Associate Professor Cindy McCreery was interviewed by Karishma Vaswani on BBC Newsday. to explore how the historic anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign was being perceived in former British colonies. (Video courtesy of BBC Singapore)

Platinum Jubilee on ABC Weekend Breakfast

On Sunday 6 February – Associate Professor Cindy McCreery was interviewed by Johanna Nicholson and Fauziah Ibrahim on ABC’s Weekend Breakfast. They discussed the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, how the monarchy interacts with the media, and what the future may hold for the monarchy in a post-Queen Elizabeth II era. (Video courtesy of ABC Australia)


Dr Cindy McCreery
Department of History, A18 Brennan MacCallum Building, University of Sydney