- Interviewed on the Belfast Epidemic podcast on ‘Schools and Health in Edwardian Belfast, And Campbell College as a WW2 Military Hospital’, https://epidemic-belfast.com/podcast/schools-and-health-in-edwardian-belfast-and-campbell-college-as-a-ww2-military-hospital/
- Combat Morale Podcast. Host and executive producer. Season 1 published with 20 episodes since January 2022. Season 2 is now complete. https://combatmoralepod.com/.
- Mentioned in Dispatches. Founder, host and producer of the WFA’s weekly podcast which since February 2017 to mid-June 2022 has broadcast 268 episodes and had over 527k downloads. https://play.acast.com/s/mentionedindispatches#:~:text=by%20Dr%20Tom%20Thorpe%20A,www.westernfrontassociation.com).
- Exploring the Battle of the Somme A toolkit for students and teachers(2016)
- Men Behind the Glass pack on education, society and WW1 in Northern Ireland for Y10 (age 14) children (2018). CCB. Approved by the CCEA (NI). Teacher Pack (21.11), Lesson 1, Lesson 2, Lesson 3 & Lesson 4.
- Bringing Clandeboye to Life Commemoration of the Somme July 1916-2016 (2016) Living Legacies Programme, QUB.
- Tom Thorpe, ‘The double-edged sword: Military Group Cohesion in British infantry battalions during 1917’, in S. Jones (Ed), ‘The Darkest Year: The British Army on the Western Front 1917 (Solihull: Helion, 2022).
- Tom Thorpe, ‘To volunteer or not: explaining Leicestershire’s recruitment crisis, 1914-1915’, East Midlands History and Heritage, Issue 7 (August 2018). http://eastmidlandshistory.org.uk/magazine-issue-7-out-now/
- Tom Thorpe, ‘No more than three months trench service’: a study in the length of frontline service by other ranks in one battalion during the Great War’, Stand To! No.128 (October 2022), pp.57-60.
- Article submitted to Stand To!, ‘Sickness in the trenches: the experience of one battalion’.
- Tom Thorpe, ‘A ‘mere six weeks’? A comparative study re-examining the longevity of infantry officers’ frontline service during the Great War. War in History. Vol: 29 iss. 2 (2020), pp.427-449. Tom Thorpe, A ‘mere six weeks’ War in History
- Tom Thorpe, ‘A ‘mere six weeks’? Examining the longevity of infantry officers’ frontline service during the Great War’, Distant Thunder, No.3, (Spring 2020), Journal of the Ireland branches of the WFA https://www.antrimanddownwfa.org/distant-thunder-journal/
- Tom Thorpe, ‘Why they enlisted, served and killed; the experience and motivation of Leicestershire servicemen during the Great War, Midland History, Vol.44 Issue 1 (May 2019), pp.85-106. Why they enlisted served and killed the experience and motivation of Leicestershire servicemen during the Great War.pdf
- Tom Thorpe, The extent, nature and impact of military group cohesion in London Regiment infantry battalions during the Great War (PhD Thesis, King’s College London, 2017)
- Tom Thorpe, ‘From School to Hospital; Campbell College Belfast during the Second World War’, Belfast Epidemic website, https://epidemic-belfast.com/, November 2021.
- Tom Thorpe, ‘The role of physical exercise in Belfast schools during the Edwardian period: promoting health or occupation training?’, Belfast Epidemic website, https://epidemic-belfast.com/, November 2021.
Other articles/book reviews
- Book review: in Stand To!, Autumn 2022 of Harry Potter, Alexander Paterson: Prison Reformer (Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer 2022).
- Book review: in Stand To!, Autumn 2021, of Ann Buckley (Ed.) German Prisoners of the Great War (Barnsley: Pen & Sword, 2021) Book Review – Ann Buckley (Ed.) German Prisoners of the Great War (Barnsley: Pen & Sword, 2021) – The Kensingtons Blog
- Tom Thorpe, ‘The efforts to protect and promote pupil health in Belfast schools during the Edwardian era’, Belfast Epidemic website, https://epidemic-belfast.com/, November 2021.
- Tom Thorpe, ‘What Are You Listening To?’, Mars & Clio, February 2021, pp.19-21.
- WheelWorks_iProgramme_External_Evaluation_April_2023_FINAL, delivered and managed Wheelworks Arts (WWA) between April 2020 and March 2023.
- Domestic Abuse, A London Public Health Emergency (2014). Written for Hestia and aimed to improve the provision of domestic violence services in London.
- A Quest for Quality. A review of mental health and medical provision for care homes in the UK. Written for the British Geriatrics Society in 2011.
- British Geriatrics Society manifestos for the manifestos for the 2011 Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland regional assembly elections.
- Parkinson Disease Society manifestos for the manifestos for the 2003 elections to the Wales, Northern Ireland and Scottish assemblies.
- Information sheets for the Malnutrition Advisory Group and its work to detect and manage disease related malnutrition in UK health settings (2000). These included: Information sheet 1 – the prevalence of malnutrition, Information sheet 2 – the cost of malnutrition, Information sheet 3 – the causes and consequences of malnutrition, Information sheet 4 -The background to the MAG, Information sheet 5 – the MAG guidelines, Information sheet 6 – launch of guidelines, Information sheet 7 – Take up and use of the MAG guidelines.
- Tackling Long Term Unemployment: A Discussion Document (1995). A policy document exploring how regional initiatives could tackle long term unemployment. Written for David Chidgey MP, Liberal Democrat Member for Rochdale.
- Who Cares in the Community? A review of mental health services in the Greater Manchester in 1995. Written with Liz Lynne MP, Liberal Democrat member for Rochdale.
- Transport Means Access. Removing the barriers to disabled people (1995). A review of the government’s proposals to make transport services more accessible. Written with Liz Lynne MP, Liberal Democrat member for Rochdale.