Most recently, I presented for two upcoming episodes of the BBC Travel Show, which is the flagship travel program on BBC World News television, from Macedonia. I also was the host, scriptwriter, researcher and fixer for the BBC Travel documentary Dissolving History: Can Rome's ancient heritage be saved?. I served as a host and "storyteller" for the 1.5-hour documentary "Caligula: 1400 Days of Terror," which airs regularly on the History Channel in the United States, Australia, and Europe; you can also watch it online here.
I've been interviewed on the radio for various stories, including by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for a story on Italy's cultural heritage and on the Pauline Frommer travel show for my story on anti-Mafia establishments in Rome. I'm also a regular contributor to the How to Tour Italy radio program, chatting about everything from underground sights to public transport in Rome.