Watch videos and read blog posts about ancient sites, artefacts and interviews with ancient history experts.
Hi! I'm Tallulah, an undergraduate classical civilisation student at the University of Warwick, trying to get started in a career of television presenting and journalism. My dream is to present interesting and engaging documentaries, simplifying the ancient world and making classics accessible to a variety of audiences. I would like to make classics more 'mainstream' as well as bring it to a younger audience, helping people to understand the impact of the ancient world on modern society from a young age. This summer, I completed a project self-titled 'Museum Vlogs' with Warwick's Undergraduate Research Support Scheme where I travelled to different sites around the country and interviewed curators and experts about various exciting objects. The content is simplified and streamlined in order to highlight the interesting facts and the relevancy the ancient world has in the modern day. From visits and interviews, I have produced Youtube and Tiktok videos as well as written blogs discussing the experts' favourite object that they think should have more attention from the public. Click 'Projects' at the top of the page to read more!
Videos, including interviews with experts, are available to watch on my youtube and Tiktok channels:
Also, see photos and follow my journey on twitter: @classictallulah
Thank you to Dr Paul Grigsby for supervising and supporting my project as well as the rest of the staff the University of Warwick.
Thank you to my mum, Sue George and to Henrique Franco for accompanying me to sites and taking behind the scenes photos.
Thank you everyone who has supported me by following my social media