- Arundel Museum
Pending the development of a new museum building, Arundel Museum is currently operating from a temporary home in its ‘History Store’, Mill Road Car Park, Arundel (opposite the Castle main entrance).
- Centre for English Local History, University of Leicester
Important and long-established academic department devoted to the study of local history anywhere in England and Wales.
- Chichester Harbour Conservancy
CHC looks after Chichester Harbour, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty close to the city of Chichester in West Sussex.
- Andrew Fisher
Composer, songwriter and orchestrator.
- Helen Friel
Illustrator and paper engineer.
- Mary Rose Trust
The MRT conserves, displays and researches one of the most important maritime archaeological finds ever made – Henry VIII’s warship Mary Rose.
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology, History Department
Site devoted to medieval engineering, maintained by the History Department of one of the world’s foremost universities of science and technology.
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich
One of the world’s greatest museums of maritime history and astronomy.
- Royal Navy Museum, Portsmouth
The Museum of the Royal Navy, sited right next to Nelson’s flagship, HMS
- Society of Antiquaries of London
The Society fosters public understanding of Britain’s heritage, supports research and publication and contributes to the development of public policy on heritage matters.
- Time Team, Channel 4
Visit the Channel 4 website to find out about Time Team, one of the most popular archaeology programmes ever made.
Photographic company run by the award-winning professional photographer Mike Hemsley fbipp, author of ‘Digital Photography’ (Parragon Books 2006).
- Weald and Downland Museum
Set in magnificent parkland, the lively and unique Weald and Downland Open Air Museum is a nationally-important collection of over 40 rescued and rebuilt historic buildings.
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- International Movie Database
My Film & TV work history.
- Gresham College – Lecture
A recording of my lecture on elizabethan merchant ships & Shipbuilding at Gresham College.
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- Tumblr Blog
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- Ziggs – American Profesional Network
Join me on my American profesional network.
- House History Website
Ian’s brand new website dedicated to house & property research projects.
- Janet Fillingham Associates
Literary agents for Ian’s involvement in the Billy Bowproject
- 1295: the Year of the Galleys – online lecture
2013 Gresham College Lecture focusses on sources that give us a snapshot of working life around the English coast over 700 years ago – and also have a lot to say about shipbuilding and naval history.
Ian’s blog about history
- The search for Henry V’s Holy Ghost
Link to the Historic England press release about this potential major ship discovery, first identified by Ian.