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Occasionally I get to escape from the writing desk and take part in some video and podcast work, some of which are collected here. This section is regularly updated so please return soon!

 

If you haven’t discovered it yet, The Guardian’s Science Weekly is a gem of British science journalism.  Fun and free, it is presented by The Guardian’s Alok Jha and a new podcast is released every Monday.  This week it is my turn to be interviewed. I talked about the biggest questions in the Universe, to tie-in with my latest book. Part of the interview concentrated on why we may need a new theory of gravity.

 

You can listen to the podcast here.

This is the eighth of my twelve podcasts for the excellent series of daily podcasts known as 365 Days of Astronomy. My contributions are adapted from selected chapters of my recently published book: Big Questions: Universe. The book was published in the UK on 1 July and will be published in the US later this year.

Who remembers Geekpop back in March?  Eva Amsen does. She was there and interviewed me recently about being a scientist musician.

The interview is here and, when you have finished, have a good look around her site. There are some fascinating other interviews and blog entries on there.

It was with great pleasure that I appeared on the Pulse Project Weekly podcast with Brendon and Colin to discuss the week’s big science news. It is a kind of Have I Got News For You for geeks. My hosts graciously chose a lot of astronomy stories so I didn’t feel too out of my depth.

Listen to the podcast here and follow the pulse project on Twitter here.

This is the seventh of my twelve podcasts for the excellent series of daily podcasts known as 365 Days of Astronomy. My contributions are adapted from selected chapters of my recently published book: Big Questions: Universe. The book was published in the UK on 1 July and will be published in the US later this year.
If you’d like a preview of it, head over to 365 Days of Astronomy and listen as I discuss ‘What Were the First Celestial Objects?’. A new podcast from the book will be posted every month, so watch this website for those.

This is the sixth of my 12 podcasts for the excellent series of daily podcasts known as 365 Days of Astronomy. My contributions are adapted from selected chapters of my forthcoming book: Big Questions: Universe.
So if you want a sneak preview of the book, to be published in the UK in July and in the US in the autumn/winter, head over to 365 Days of Astronomy and listen as I discuss ‘How Did the Universe Form?’. A new podcast from the book will be posted every month, so watch this website for those.

This is the fifth of my 12 podcasts for the excellent series of daily podcasts known as 365 Days of Astronomy. My contributions are adapted from selected chapters of my forthcoming book: The Big Questions: The Universe.


So if you want a sneak preview of the book, to be published in the UK in July and in the US in the autumn/winter, head over to 365 Days of Astronomy and listen as I discuss ‘What Are Black Holes?’ A new podcast from the book will be posted every month, so watch this website for those.

I’ve just had it confirmed by The Guardian that I’ll be appearing on their 11 June podcast to talk about The Sun Kings. Visit their myspace page to download the latest episode.

I had the great pleasure of being interviewed by Molly Bentley (left), Executive Producer of SETI Institute's Are We Alone? radio show. We spent around 20 minutes talking about The Sun Kings and discussing the epochal events of 2 September 1859.

 

You can join the 50,000 other listeners who download the weekly podcast by clicking here. My interview starts at 25:50. Be warned, however, that the podcast contains spoilers. If you listen to it, you will hear me give away some of the plot’s twists, turns and surprises. Before my interview, you’ll also hear a fascinating discussion about the newly discovered, potentially habitable planet Gliese 581c.

 

When you’ve finished listening to this particular episode, go back through their archives and listen to the previous programmes. Each gives a special insight into an aspect of answering the question: Is there life elsewhere in the Universe?

I spent a fun hour at the Guardian newspaper today talking about The Sun Kings with Guardian science writer Alok Jha.  The interview was recorded and will be part of their next science podcast.  You can download and the episode from Monday 11th June by visiting their myspace page.



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