BBC History Extra, Life of the Week: Amelia Earhart – Clare talks to Rhainnon Davies about the inspiring life of the American pioneering pilot and feminist, Amelia Earhart.
A Short History of… Female Spies in the Second World War – during WW2, dozens of British-trained women were deployed as spies & saboteurs behind enemy lines. Who were these women? What did they do, & what were the consequences of capture?
Written by Lindsay Galvin, with thanks to Clare Mulley, award-winning historian, broadcaster, & author of The Spy Who Loved.
History Hack – Clare discusses Marian Rejewski, the first Enigma codebreaker, with Robert Gawłowski & Alina Nowobilska in a podcast recorded in the Piłsudski Institute in Warsaw.
Trapped History – Oswin & Carla ask Clare how to think about courageous pioneers when they are involved in terrible history, such as Hanna Reitsch and Melitta von Stauffenberg, The Women Who Flew for Hitler.
James Holland and Al Murray talk to Clare about Krystyna Skarbek, aka Christine Granville, The Spy Who Loved, on their Second World War podcast, We Have Ways of Making You Talk.
This English Heritage podcast marks the unveiling of a new blue plaque to Krystyna Skarbek, aka Christine Granville, The Spy Who Loved, with guests Clare Mulley & Michael Morpurgo.
On the anniversary of Melitta von Stauffenberg’s death, History Hack podcast talks to Clare about the German aeronautical engineer who helped design the Stuka dive bomber, conducted nose-dive test flights, & tried to kill Hitler.
Sam Leith, literary editor of The Spectator, interviews Clare for the magazine’s ‘The Books Podcast’, about Eglantyne Jebb, the extraordinary woman who founded Save the Children.
Hope not Hate – a campaigning podcast special on ‘Heroes of the Resistance’, with award-winning author Clare Mulley.
Tessa Dunlop interviews Clare about Christine Granville, aka Krystyna Skarbek, The Spy Who Loved, for episode 5 of her Behind the Frontline podcast, ‘The FANYS: past and present’.
Helen Carr’s Hidden Histories – Helen and Clare talk about the defiant, passionate and compassionate Eglantyne Jebb, The Woman Who Saved the Children.
Dan Snow invites Clare back to his History Hit podcast to talk about her latest book, The Women Who Flew for Hitler.
Postcard from the Past: ‘The Metatext of It’, with guest authors Sarah Hilary & Clare Mulley discussing their own writing and their personal favourite postcards from the past.
Dan Snow’s History Hit – Dan discusses ‘Eglantyne Jebb and 100 Years of Save The Children’ with Clare, to mark the centenary of the charity Jebb founded in 1919.
Clare talks about what inspires her to write about women in war, and why the uncomfortable should not be glossed over on The Comfortable Spot podcast.
History Author Show – The American podcast talks to Clare about The Women Who Flew for Hitler: ‘A True Story of Soaring Ambition and Searing Rivalry’.
History Extra – the BBC History Magazine podcast quizzes Clare about the role and impact of ‘Female Flyers in Nazi Germany’.
For the History Rage podcast, Clare gets her rage on about the portrayal of women throughout the Second World War and beyond, and that there is more to a female spy than just their looks, seductiveness and sex appeal. (Season 2, episode 5)
Better Known podcast – Clare joins Ivan Wise to talk about ‘Six things that should be better known’.
Clare Mulley joins James Holland to talk about The Women Who Flew for Hitler in the Chalke Valley History Festival podcast, ChalkTalk, episode 165
Clare talks about the lives of Hanna Reitsch and Melitta von Stauffenberg, The Women Who Flew for Hitler on the BBC History Magazine‘s podcast, History Extra