Nancy Lyman Roelker Prize, awarded by the Sixteenth Century Society 2012
Museums Association Museums + Heritage Award for Excellence in Education 2012 - for 'All the King's Fools', funded by the Wellcome Trust, in association with the Misfits, Foolscap Productions, Historic Royal Palaces, Past Pleasures, UEA and Oxford Brookes University
Wellcome Trust People Award (for £28,000) 2011 - for All the King's Fools: Rethinking Learning Disability at Hampton Court Palace
Arts and Humanities Research Council Knowledge Transfer Partnership Award: 'Humanities for the Creative Economy', 2011 - in association with Historic Royal Palaces and Kingston University
Suzannah's most recent TV programmes are Henry and Anne: The Lovers That Changed History, a two-part series for Channel Five (aired February-March 2014), that she wrote and presented; I Never Knew that About Britain, an eight-part series for ITV (aired March-April 2014), and New Hidden Killers of the Victorian Home and Hidden Killers of the Edwardian Home, a two-part series for BBC 4 that Suzannah wrote and presented, and which aired in December 2013. Previously, Suzannah wrote and presented the first Hidden Killers of the Victorian Home (also for BBC4, which aired in April 2013) and co-presented, with Joe Crowley, Bloody Tales of the Tower and Bloody Tales of Europe (three and six parts, respectively) for National Geographic Channel.
Her other TV work includes being a guest presenter on The Book Show (Sky Arts), Secret Life Of… (Yesterday, UK; History, Canada) and Inside the World of Henry VIII (History, UK), and appearances on The One Show (BBC 1), BBC Breakfast (BBC 1), Newsnight (BBC 2), The Wright Stuff (Channel 5), The Last Days of Anne Boleyn (BBC 2), Museum Secrets (Yesterday, UK; History, Canada), The Great British Weather Show (BBC 1), Sky News, BBC News, ITV London etc. She regularly appeared as the resident historian on Time Team's Season 20 (Channel 4, 2013). As a royal historian, she commentated live from a studio at Buckingham Palace on the Royal Wedding for CTV, and on the birth of HRH Prince George of Cambridge for BBC News, BBC World, NBS, Sky News, LBC and BBC Radio 5 Live.
Her radio work includes presenting BBC Radio 3's The Essay, presenter's friend on BBC Radio 5 Live and LBC, and appearances on BBC Radio 4's Today programme, Front Row, Making History, as well the Six O'Clock News on BBC Radio 4, NPR and many local radio stations.
Fellow of the Royal Historical Society
Consultant to Historic Royal Palaces and External Advisory Member on Historic Royal Palaces's Research Strategy Board
Editorial Board, History: Journal of the Historical Association
Director, Trustee and Governor of Epsom College