I have spoken about my research on Music Matters (BBC Radio 3), Free Thinking (BBC Radio 3), the BBC World Service, and RTÉ Ireland’s National Television and Radio Broadcaster. I have also spoken on popular podcast series including Amorous Histories, Jobsolete (Forthcoming), Pop Enlightenments, and Criticks Aloud.
I have written for the BBC History Magazine, History Scotland, and History Workshop as well as contributing to several blogs including the Romantic National Song Network, and Electric Scotland.
For a full list of my media activities, please see below:
Explore: Culzean Castle, BBC History Magazine, Forthcoming.
Three Centuries of Performance: Allan Ramsay’s The Gentle Shepherd (co-written with Professor Murray Pittock), History Magazine, May 2022.
Explore: Pollok House, BBC History Magazine, May 2022.
Georgian Prima Donnas, BBC History Magazine, Christmas Issue, 2021.
Eunuchs and empires, BBC World Service, 22 May 2022.
Bridgerton and Georgian Entertainment, Free Thinking BBC Radio 3, 6 April 2022.
Songs without Borders for RTÉ Ireland’s National Television and Radio Broadcaster, 7 November 2021.
Music Matters, BBC Radio 3, 2019
Colonial Caledonian – Researching early Scottish music at Sydney Living Museums, 2018
Scandal in the music room with Dr Brianna Robertson-Kirkland, Amorous Histories, 20 June 2022.
Spheres of Singing podcast (Forthcoming)
EP. 3, Tristam Shandy, Gentleman Jack and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Criticks Aloud, 25 November 2021.
EP.2. Mozart, Behn and a Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Criticks Aloud, 12 October 2021
The Eighteenth-century Castrato, Pop Enlightenments Season 2 Episode 8, 2019
Eighteenth-century Music and Historical Drama, Pop Enlightenments Season 2 Episode 7, 2019
The Castrated Opera Singer | TEDxGlasgow | 2016
Curious Caledonians, Evergreen Ensemble and Concerto Caledonia, 2019
Robertson-Kirkland, B. E. (2021) On this day in history Domenico Corri arrived in Edinburgh, History Scotland.
Robertson-Kirkland, B. E. (2020) Personally-Bound Song Collections: Combining Popular Trends with Nostalgia, RNSN.
Robertson-Kirkland, B. E. (2019) Tracing ‘The Yellow Hair’d Laddie’. RNSN.
Robertson-Kirkland, B. E. (2018) Understanding the Agnes Burns 1801 Music Book. Electric Scotland.
Robertson-Kirkland, B. E. (2016) On this day in 1816: 17 November, Marriage, Scandal and the Death of a Lover, British Association for Romantic Studies Blog.
Robertson-Kirkland, B. E. (2016) Surviving the Viva, SGSAH Blog.
Robertson-Kirkland, B. E. (2016) Completing the PhD—Relief or Grief?, SGSAH Blog.
Robertson-Kirkland, B. E. (2016) Humanising the soldier: reflecting on my research in WWI archives, Glasgow University’s Great War Project Blog.
Robertson-Kirkland, B. E. (2015) Rise to fame: training an 18th-century singer.
Robertson, B. (2011) Madrigirls: the past ten years.
Robertson-Kirkland, B.E. (2017) Venanzio Rauzzini (1746-1810): castrato, composer and copyright obsessed?, Available from: https://claimedfromstationershall.wordpress.com/2017/11/24/venanzio-rauzzini-1746-1810-castrato-composer-and-copyright-obsessed/
Robertson-Kirkland, B. E. (2017) A rare find at Chawton House Library, April 2017, Available from – https://chawtonhouse.org/2017/04/rare-find-chawton-house-library/
Robertson-Kirkland, B. E. (2016) Why bother with public engagement? My journey to TEDxGlasgow, Online, May 2016, Available from – http://music.academicblogs.co.uk/why-bother-with-public-engagement-my-journey-to-tedxglasgow/
Robertson-Kirkland, B. E. (2016) Completing the PhD–Relief or Grief?, Online, May 2016, Available from – https://sgsahblog.wordpress.com/
Robertson-Kirkland, B. E. (2016) Humanising the soldier: reflecting on my research in WWI archives, Online, April 2016, Available from – https://glasgowunigreatwar.wordpress.com/
Robertson-Kirkland, B. E. & Ford, E. (2015) Lost music histories: researching Scottish music in private and special collections, Online, July 2015, available from – http://www.rma.ac.uk/students/?p=2551