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Published in nine languages on both sides of the Atlantic Dr Stephen Bull has been listed for both the Portico Prize for Literature and the Templer Medal. Stephen also wrote the volume accompanying the internationally acclaimed Channel 4 series ‘Last War Heroes’, which, in its North American guise ‘D-Day to Victory’, won the first Canadian Screen Award for best history.
His own on screen credits include the ‘One Show’, ’Antiques Road Trip’, and ‘Words and Pictures’ for the BBC; ’Battlefield Detectives’ and ‘Lost Treasures’ on History Channel; ‘Instruments of Death’ with Yesterday; Woodcut Media’s ‘Combat Machines’, ‘Russell Grant's Postcards’ on Channel 5; and Sky, Granada, and BBC News, as well as all six episodes of the US Smithsonian Channel’s ‘WWII’s Most Daring Raids’. Working with Story House Berlin for German state broadcaster ZDF he features as a presenter in the weapons technology series Von der Keule zur Rakete ( ‘From Club to Rocket’), with sequences shot in and over Ukraine, and on the Black Sea,. In the academic sphere Stephen’s doctoral study was on artillery during the English Civil Wars. He has lectured at UK universities including Lancaster, Central Lancashire, and Edge Hill, and has contributed as external examiner up to PhD level. As
consultant to the University of Oxford, in collaboration with Europeana the European digital library, he assisted in gathering First World War material around Europe for online exhibitions and collections. Sixty of his articles and monographs relating to arms and armour are listed in the catalogues of the library of the Royal Armouries . A Member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (MCIfA) he also holds an MBA. He has worked for the BBC in London, and as a Curator at both the National Army Museum and Lancashire Museums, specialising in military history and archaeology, producing exhibitions on subjects including the First and Second World Wars, English Civil Wars, Roman archaeology, and the American West. He has served trustee bodies of three British Army Regimental Museums: those of the King’s Royal Hussars; the Duke of Lancaster’s Own Yeomanry, and the Lancashire Infantry Museum.
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Picture Gallery
Hadrians Wall
WW1 display curated for Lancashire Museums
Bavarian Army Museum Ingolstadt
Bayernwald trenches
With the Oxford University team at the Austrian Memorial Chapel Slovenia
BBC Radio event Blackpool
With 'Bike and Culture Flanders'
British Prisoner 1918
Warsaw
Civil War archaeology Lathom
Ukraine 2017
Europeana 'Action Day' Regensburg
Tank museum Bovington
Europeana Amsterdam
Suomenlinna Finland
Experimental cannon, Kiev
Story House dive boat, Black Sea
Filming for the One Show
Russian Baltic Fleet Kronstadt
Imperial War Museum Duxford
Pillbox at Bamburgh Northumberland
In front of camera and microphone Dunwich Suffolk
Musketry with Club to Rocket Series
Ystad battery Sweden
With the Prince of Wales Living Museum London
Eternal flame, Kiev Menin Gate Kaunas military museum  Lithuania King's Royal Hussars  collection, Lancashire King's Royal Hussars  Preston Kharkov during tank  filming 2017 Knightly armour Munich Killing Fields Cambodia Navarins Farm battlefield tour Filming the 'OPLOT'  Ukraine Notre Dame de Lorette France Exploration of the Wolf's Lair East Prussia Nuremberg Fulwood with the 'Blow Pipe'  Oslo In a Panzer IV, El Goloso Spain Newhaven Fort Poznan Citadel Lifting Lancaster Roman Tombstone Roman soldier Grosvenor Museum Last War Heroes Royal Armouries Leeds Dybbol Mill battlefield Denmark Russian Cemetery Malbork Poland Douaumont fort Verdun Siem Reap Cambodia 20th Hussars Siem Reap mine museum Cambodia Poperinge War Memorial Somme grenade display Thiepval Somme Battlefield tour Vimy Ridge Warsaw Rising memorial Lathom House excavation Roman memorial during conservation
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Stephen Bull
Published in nine languages on both sides of the Atlantic Dr Stephen Bull has been listed for both the Portico Prize for Literature and the Templer Medal. Stephen also wrote the volume accompanying the internationally acclaimed Channel 4 series ‘Last War Heroes’, which, in its North American guise ‘D-Day to Victory’, won the first Canadian Screen Award for best history.
His own on screen credits include the ‘One Show’, ’Antiques Road Trip’, and ‘Words and Pictures’ for the BBC; ’Battlefield Detectives’ and ‘Lost Treasures’ on History Channel; ‘Instruments of Death’ with Yesterday; Woodcut Media’s ‘Combat Machines’, ‘Russell Grant's Postcards’ on Channel 5; and Sky, Granada, and BBC News, as well as all six episodes of the US Smithsonian Channel’s ‘WWII’s Most Daring Raids’. Working with Story House Berlin for German state broadcaster ZDF he features as a presenter in the weapons technology series Von der Keule zur Rakete ( ‘From Club to Rocket’), with sequences shot in and over Ukraine, and on the Black Sea,. In the academic sphere Stephen’s doctoral study was on artillery during the English Civil Wars. He has lectured at UK universities including Lancaster, Central Lancashire, and Edge Hill, and has contributed as external examiner up to PhD level. As consultant to the University of Oxford, in collaboration with Europeana the European digital library, he assisted in gathering First World War material around Europe for online exhibitions and collections. Sixty of his articles and monographs relating to arms and armour are listed in the catalogues of the library of the Royal Armouries . A Member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (MCIfA) he also holds an MBA. He has worked for the BBC in London, and as a Curator at both the National Army Museum and Lancashire Museums, specialising in military history and archaeology, producing exhibitions on subjects including the First and Second World Wars, English Civil Wars, Roman archaeology, and the American West. He has served trustee bodies of three British Army Regimental Museums: those of the King’s Royal Hussars; the Duke of Lancaster’s Own Yeomanry, and the Lancashire Infantry Museum.
Musketry with Club to Rocket TV Series
Europeana Amsterdam
Publications
Picture Gallery
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