Leslie Goddard

2017 Commemorations

​​​​​Queen Elizabeth II

A lecture (not a portrayal) about the life of Britain's longest serving monarch

PLEASE NOTE: The calendar for October 2017 is completely booked and I am no longer able to accept bookings for that month

Visit the Lectures page HERE for brand-new lectures on Queen Elizabeth II, Queen Victoria, and It's a Wonderful Life.

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​​Hamilton's Women
Meet Alexander Hamilton's wife and her sisters Angelica and Peggy

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It's my life's work to bring memorable women from the past alive and to tell historical stories so that lessons from the past are more meaningful and powerful.

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Think History's Boring? Think again

Bringing History

                        to life...

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Latest Programs

Planning programs for your organization? Here are some notable anniversaries happening this year:

70th anniversary
    -- Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II) marries Philip Mountbatten at Westminster Abbey in 1947 [Program: Queen Elizabeth II lecture]
80th anniversary
   -- Amelia Earhart disappears over the Pacific Ocean on July 2, 1937 [Program: Amelia Earhart portrayal)]
100th anniversary
    -- Alice Paul organizes the first-ever White House picketing demonstrations on Jan. 11, 1917 [Program: Alice Paul portrayal]
    -- Queen Elizabeth II’s family formally becomes the House of Windsor (replacing the House of Saxe-Coburg-Goth) [Program: Queen Elizabeth II lecture]
    -- John F. Kennedy is born on May 29, 1917 [Program: Jackie Kennedy portrayal]
180th anniversary
   -- Victoria, at age 18, became Queen of England on June 20th, 1837, succeeding her uncle William IV [Program: Queen Victoria lecture]
260th anniversary
    -- Alexander Hamilton and his future wife, Elizabeth Schuyler, are born in 1757
 [Program: Hamilton's Women portrayal]

What's new?

imagine having a talk with someone from the past ...


Imagine having a conversation with a celebrated First Lady, a survivor of the Titanic disaster, or an aviation pioneer. Or delving deep into the story of a renowned department store or legendary film.

I give voice to stories from the past. As entertaining as they are educational, these programs bring history alive in a fun, inspiring and educational way.

​​Alice Paul
The suffragist who was jailed and force-fed for demanding women's right to vote