Science and humanities are not such strange bedfellows - interview with Yasmin Haskell broadcast on ABC Radio National 'The Science Show', 17-19 December 2012

A Woeful Sinner's Fall: ballads of execution - interview with Una McIlvenna broadcast on ABC Radio National, 15 December 2012

Hypochondriac disease - in the mind, the guts, or the soul? - The Conversation, 12 November 2012

The history of suicide is worthwhile - The Conversation, 9 November 2012

Cicero’s Advice to China’s Would-be Leaders - The China Story, 8 November 2012

Link grants to innovation: Libs - The Australian, 8 November 2012 

We must look to an ancient tongue to understand Asia - The Australian, 7 November 2012

Paradise lost as the National Gallery of Victoria reveals apocalypse, death and disaster - The Australian, 27 October 2012

Coping With Bereavement and Grief: Lessons from History - The Conversation, 28 September 2012

Fire, the Innocents and other Stories: History of Emotions, Europe 1100-1800 - Philippa Maddern, Peter Holbrook, Yasmin Haskell and Stephanie Trigg, ABC Radio National, 'Encounter,' 22 September 2012

Apocalypse Now - Charles Zika, ABC Radio National, 26 August 2012

Visions from the Valley of Death - The Age, 25 August 2012

What, Can't I Stand here? History of Emotions, Europe 1100 to 1800 - ABC Radio National, 18 August 2012

Latin the real star - The Australian, 8 August 2012

Is the Order of the Garter Lunacy, Pageantry or Both? - The Age, 20 July 2012

Disorder of the Garter -The Daily Beast, 14 June 2012

Why Hamlet is not purely about the private agonies of a man, but has a whole political context and offers a critique of tyranny that is often missed now - Peter Holbrook, ABC Radio National 'Weekend Arts', 18 March 2012