The official J.B. Priestley website.

Archives, museums and theatres

Special Collections at the University of Bradford home of the J.B. Priestley Archive.

Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas holds extensive Priestley archive material.

Special Collections, Senate House Library includes extensive collection of Priestley books.

National Media Museum Bradford. “TV Heaven” section includes Priestley’s “Lost City” and more.

Bradford Playhouse, the Bradford theatre with historic Priestley links, currently has no web presence as its future is in doubt.  More information and link when available.


Great Northern Books publishing Priestley’s works.

Oberon Books publishing Priestley’s plays.

York Notes publish study guides to set texts, including An Inspector Calls.

Academic research

Middlebrow Network a network of literary scholars and historians interested in “middlebrow” literature of the 1920s-1950s, incorporating much interest in Priestley, who referred to himself as a “Broadbrow”.

Film/audio clips

Priestley in the BBC online Archive, including Postscripts.

There are many clips of Priestley theatre, film and TV productions on Youtube.

Miscellaneous and redirections

The Joseph Priestley Society if you’ve reached this site looking for the scientist, not JBP! the host website for the Royal National Theatre’s groundbreaking production.

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