In the media
Find out how Freemasonry became one of the most contagious ideas of the modern age, by listening to The Economist’s The Intelligence podcast.
(The report begins at 09:40, and John’s interview at 12:20).
John debates the controversial history of Italian Freemasonry with the Grand Master of the Grande Oriente d’Italia, Stefano Bisi and journalist Claudio Cordova.
John is interviewed on Times Radio’s Mariella Frostrup Show about Freemasonry.
(Starts at 01:34:40).
John writes about the mystery of Freemasonry in Time magazine: What the Freemasons Taught the World About the Power of Secrecy.
John writes about the Freemasons for the Daily Express (UK): Secret, sinister and controversial?
John writes about Albert Pike, one of the most controversial and strange figures in the history of Freemasonry, for Air Mail: Heart of Stone.
John talks about The Craft to leading members of the Scottish Rite (United States), for the Tyler’s Place Podcast.
John talks to Dan Snow for his HistoryHit podcast.
John and his UCL colleague Andrew Campbell discuss the history of Freemasonry in a webinar organized by the Midtown Scholar book store in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
John presents his book at a webinar organized by the United Grand Lodge of England, Freemasonry’s oldest and most prestigious authority.
(The live event was for Masons only, but the recording can be viewed by all).
John is interviewed about How the Freemasons made the modern world on Moncrieff on Ireland’s Newstalk radio.
John discusses the history of Freemasonry with Philip Clark on ABC’s Nightlife programme in Australia.
Ruth Scurr discusses The Craft on the TLS Podcast.
(Starts at 33:25).