Author, journalist, commentator, speaker, publicist and film consultant specialising in social history
Siân Evans is an author, journalist, commentator, speaker, publicist and film consultant specialising in social history.
She is the author of a plethora of popular social histories, including Mrs Ronnie: the Society Hostess Who Collected Kings; The Manor Reborn (tied in to a major four-part BBC1 TV series); Life Below Stairs in the Victorian and Edwardian Country House; Ghosts: Mysterious Tales from the National Trust; seven National Trust Guidebooks between 2008 and 2014 and Queen Bees, a book examining the role of six influential interwar society hostesses.
Most recently she published Maiden Voyages, a social history of the experiences of women on transatlantic travel in the interwar years.
Siân regularly writes for the Daily Mail, Daily Express, BBC Antiques Roadshow magazine, Coast magazine, and the National Trust members’ magazine.
She works as a freelance consultant to the National Trust film office and is an experienced public speaker.