Dan has a number of interesting projects under his belt and does a lot of education work. He has also done a lot of work on Towton, and I hope to get some insights on that.
It'll be an informal 20 minutes or so.
What a line-up! As well as Dan (and me!), we've got Professor Anne Curry, plus Dan Spencer, Sophie Ambler, Thom Richardson, Matt Bennett, and my regular associates, Graham Evans and Mike Ingram.
Of course, many of you will know Thom, Matt and Graham through the Society of Ancients and the enthusiasm they share for wargaming. Thom, of course, is best know for his senior role with the Royal Armouries, and Matt for his teaching career notably with the Royal Military Acdemy, Sandhurst.
Graham and Mike you know from their work with Northamptonshire Battlefields society and their books on local battlefields - 2 of which, Northampton 1460 and Edgcote 1469, feature in the programme.
Professor Curry is one of Britain's best know medieval military specialists, and was lead on the Agincourt 600 project, Chair of the Battlefields Trust charity etc.
Anne and Mike, of course, have both recently written about Bosworth. Graham you probably know from his blog Wargaming For Grownups.
Dan Spencer is a specialist in early gunpowder weapons and warfare and has recently published a well-received volume on castles ...
Dr Sophie Ambler teaches at Lancaster University, and specialises on Simon de Montfort and the Barons War.