Professor of History, The Open University
One of Britain's leading 19th century historians, Professor Rosalind Crone is currently Head of History at The Open University and a fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Rosalind has published widely on the history of popular culture, violence, criminal justice, reading and education. Her books include Violent Victorians: Popular Entertainment in Nineteenth-Century London and Illiterate Inmates: Educating Criminals in Nineteenth-Century England, and she is project lead for www.prisonhistory.org. Rosalind is the resident historian on Lady Killers and frequent presenter alongside host, Lucy Worsley. Her TV and Podcast credits include: A Very British Murder (BBC), Food: A Scandalous History (BBC), Who Do You Think You Are (BBC & SBS Australia), Jay Blades: No Place Like Home (five), The Old Bailey (five), British Prisons: Everything You Wanted to Know (BBC History Extra), Patented: History of Inventions (History Hit), Expert Witness (BBC), Killing Victoria (BBC).
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