Recent Media Appearances

2010 Media

  • Clarke, S. (2010), Should the NHS Fund Homeopathy? Sunday Sequence, BBC Radio Ulster (29 August)
  • Douglas, T. (2010), 'The Creation of Artificial Life',ABC Unleashed (21 May)
  • Douglas, T. (2010), 'Television Segment on the creation of bacteria with a synthetic genome',Sky News (20 & 21 May )   
  • Douglas, T. (2010), 'Lunchtime on Four’, 4fm (Ireland)',Live radio interview on the creation of bacteria with a synthetic genome (21 May)   
  • Douglas, T. (2010), 'Headlines Today India',Live radio interview on the creation of bacteria with a synthetic genome (21 May)
  • Douglas, T., (2010), 'Promise and Pitfalls of a Superhuman Future'. The Australian (8 January)
  • Foddy, B. (2010), Interview on BBC Radio 4 ‘The Moral Maze’ programme (1 December)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Interviewed for a segment about Giving What We Can. BBC Tees (UK regional radio) (29 December)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Interviewed for an article about Giving What We Can. The Australian (Australian newspaper) (24 December)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Interviewed for a segment on Giving What We Can. Marketplace (American Public Media: US radio) (23 December)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Interviewed for an article about Giving What We Can. The Chronicle of Higher Education (US academic newspaper) (22 December)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Featured in an article on giving. NBC (US news network) (21 December)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Interviewed for a segment about Giving What We Can. George Galloway (TalkSPORT: UK radio) (17 December)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Interviewed for a segment about Giving What We Can. The World (Public Radio International: international radio) (17 December)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Article about Giving What We Can. Psychologies (UK Magazine) (14 December)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Interviewed for a story about Giving What We Can. The Guardian (UK newspaper) (9 December)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Filmed a short interview about what one could achieve by donating a million dollars. Matt Penfold (documentary film project) (9 December)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Filmed a short piece and did a studio interview for a five minute story on my approach to giving. Daily Politics (BBC 2 television). 7–8 Dec 2010 (7-8 December)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Interviewed for a story about Giving What We Can. [Was the most popular story for the day on the BBC website]. BBC News (BBC website) (7 December)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Interviewed about possibilities for a documentary on Giving What We Can. Inside Out (UK television) (6 December)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Interviewed for a story about Giving What We Can. Fox News (US television) (3 December)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Kristeligt Dagblad (Danish newspaper). Interviewed for an article about Giving What We Can. (1 Dec)
  • Ord, T. (2010), The Daily Mail (UK newspaper). Interviewed for an article about Giving What We Can. (30 Nov)
  • Ord, T. (2010), The Times (UK newspaper). Interviewed for an article about Giving What We Can. (30 Nov)
  • Ord, T. (2010), BBC Newcastle. Interviewed about donating in the financial downturn (29 Nov)
  • Ord, T. (2010), The World Today (BBC World Service: international radio). Interviewed for a segment on Giving What We Can (28 Nov)
  • Ord, T. (2010), The Sunday Times (UK newspaper). Interviewed for an article on Giving What We Can (28 Nov )
  • Ord, T. (2010), BBC Radio Wales. Interviewed about prioritization in charitable giving (30 September)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Interviewed by Dr Stephen Barber about the future of development aid (for book project) (August)
  • Ord, T. (2010), 9 o’clock Show (BBC Three Counties Radio). Interviewed about the ethics of cheap clothing and sweat shops. (14 June)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Analysis (BBC Radio 4) Interviewed for a special episode on promising and pledging (6 May)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Publik Forum (German magazine). Interviewed for an article about Giving What We Can. (7 April)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Sideways News (online newspaper). Interviewed for an article about Giving What We Can. (16 Feb)
  • Ord, T. (2010), IL SOLE 24 ORE (Italian newspaper). Interviewed for an article about Giving What We Can. (10 Feb)
  • Ord, T. (2010), Floreat Domus (Balliol college newsletter). Interviewed for an article about Giving What We Can, and my research on moral uncertainty. (18 Jan )
  • Ord, T. (2010), Oxford University Video profile for the university website. (14 Jan)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Apropos the Danish girl. Interview with Morten Grønborg for Scenario, magazine published by Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies, about the fluidity of the body in the future (30 Sept)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Phone interview with Nick Hagan, Adfero, about augmented cognition. (5 October)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Email interview on enhancement with Maria Norrman for possible TV program on smart pills. (4 November)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Interviewed on TV program BBC Newsnight about "the right to be forgotten". (4 November)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Radio interview BBC Oxford (8 December)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Radio interview by Gemma Newby for R4 on memory editing. (9 December)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Filming by Andea Giulivi for art project (13 December )
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Radio interview for Johanna Koljonen on P3 Kultur on the future of cities (17 December)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Radio interview for P4 Västmanland on the future of cities and robotics (28 December)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Interviewed for Radio Bar-Kulan, Kenya, on collective intelligence (7 July) 
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Interviewed for Euronews on transhumanism and collective intelligence (7 July) 
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Interviewed for Radio Grenouille on social media and collective intelligence (7 July) 
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Phone interview with BBC about brain emulation. (2 July) 
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Interview with Dominique Lestel on posthumanity and postanimality. (23 June) 
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Interviewed by Remi Sussan for internetactu (30 May) 
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Interview with Francis Fukuyama for Aarhus University TV. (7 May) 
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Interviewed by Sarah Broadbin (BBC) about cognition enhancement. (22 April)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Phone interview for Miriam Rayman, Wired Magazine US on the future of food, drink, and community. (7 April)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Forum - BBC World. Radio discussion with Irina Nakhova and John Kay (March)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), BBC Radio 4. Radio interview on memory editing (March)
  • Sandberg, A. (2020), BBC World Newshour. Radio interview on memory editing (March)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), BBC Oxford. Radio interview on memory editing (March)
  • Sandberg, A., Burgess, N. and Holmes, E. (2010), Rewiring the Mind. Debate on memory editing, Wellcome Collection, London (25 March)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Contributed graphics to cover of Journal of Physiology Paris (vol 104, issue 1-2, Jan/March 2010), composed by Thierry Bal. (March)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Interviewed by Steve Boggan for the Daily Mail on cognition enhancement drugs (“Illegal 'smart drugs' bought online by teenagers before exams could have catastrophic effect on their health”). (March)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Interviewed in Oxford Student.com by Tendai Musakawa on cognition enhancement (“Uni scientist advocates ‘smart drugs’ for students”). (March)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Radio interview BBC Oxford on cognition enhancement. (March)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), To survive one’s profession. Debate article in Kvällsposten, ”Att överleva sitt yrke” (”To survive one's profession”) on how demographics and life extension affects employment. (March)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Online interview on memory editing by Katrina Megget for ChemistryWorld Magazine. (March)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Talked with Edward Chipperfield, journalist for Focus (BBC’s science and technology magazine) on human enhancement, in particular advanced prosthetics (February)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Interviewed by Maria Petterson for City Helsinki on cognition enhancement, printed in the 19.2-4.3 issue as Aivo-Doping (February)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Participated as a source for the Science [So what? So everything] campaign (funded by the Department for Business Innovation and Skills) about the “chemicals of love”, the science of smell and emotion. (February)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), “The future and you”. Radio interview by Stephen Euin Cobb on transhumanism, robot ethics and enhancement. (February)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Bring 'smart drugs' out of the closet, experts urge Government. TimesOnline (February)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Feature article interview on human enhancement in ‘Sekret Firmy’ , high-profile Russian business magazine (November)      
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Ethical Aspects of Enhancement. Interview broadcast live on ‘The Naked Scientists: Science Radio’, an award winning BBC weekly radio programme run by physicians and researchers from Cambridge University (21 November)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Filmed promotional material for a proposed documentary on current work and research (Director, Margie Bryant), Melbourne, Australia (14 September )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Interviewed on ‘One Plus One’, highly-respected national ABC television news show, by programme host Jane Hutcheon (16 September)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Change Makers: Meet eight Innovators, Inspirers and Thinkers who want to shape a different world. AFR BOSS magazine on leadership and management published in the Australian Financial Review, feature article as one of the eight individuals highlighted. (August )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Enhancing the Lives of children: How far should we go? Abortion Review, quoted in article on Royal Society of Medicine Conference (August )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Broadcast of interview by Richard Dawkins for BBC Radio 4 ‘The Age of the Genome’, very high-profile three part series presented by Dawkins about the science of genomes and resulting ethical issues  (14 July)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Guest on Talk Radio Europe ‘Maurice Boland: The Mid Morning Show’ discussing a new genetic test which can give individuals their odds of reaching the age of 100 (8 July)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Interviewed on ‘Newshour’, high-profile BBC World Service radio programme, concerning drugs in sport, with a focus on cycling (7 July)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Abortion Review report on ‘Australian Attitudes to early and late abortion’ study of public opinion co-authored by Savulescu, J. (7 July)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Appeared on ‘Forum’, renowned BBC World Service radio programme.  Special recording at the Science Museum, London as part of its ‘Late’ series, discussing how our identity is shaped by genetics and moral imperatives to enhance. (4 July)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), ‘Welcome to the New Ice Age’. Weekend Australian, interviewed for the article and extensively quoted (3-4 July)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Will you live to 100?  Scientists pinpoint 19 markers that tell you if you will have a long life. Daily Mail, interviewed for the article and extensively quoted. (2 July)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Debate: Performance enhancing drugs should be allowed in sport: raise the bar or draw the line? Led the University of Oxford Online Debate proposing the motion: Performance enhancing drugs should be allowed in sport: raise the bar or draw the line?’  Published Opening Statement (14 June), Update 1 (17 June), Update 2 (24 June) and Closing Statement (1 July).  The debate proved very popular and the public posted comments throughout the debate which closed with a public vote (5-9 July).  (14 June-1 July)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), 'Bioethics and Human Enhancement: an Interview with Julian Savulescu',Feature article in Dilemata No. 3 (June) 
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Academic focus: Professor Julian Savulescu. Feature article in ‘Oxford in Westminster’ (June )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Interviewed on ‘Radio Planet – The World We Will Live In’, Radio Romania, about artificial life and other research interests. (1 June)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Guest on ‘To The Point’, popular U.S. syndicated current affairs radio programme, discussing with a panel of experts recent developments in synthetic biology ( 25 May)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Interviewed on ‘The Rutherford Show’, Canadian CNN affiliate live news and talk radio programme, discussing the ethical ramifications of the development of the first synthetic cell (24 May)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), ‘A matter of synthetic life and death: Venter's artificial organism invention is fraught with peril’ invited special opinion piece for New York Daily News (26 May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), ‘Scientists create a living organism’ Financial Times (21 May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Article ‘Should we call a moratorium on the development of artificial life?’  published in BBC Knowledge (BBC U.S. magazine) (June )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Article ‘synthetic Life: our final chapter?’, for Oxford Mail (27 May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Interviewed & extensively quoted in article ‘Making life is easy: now for debate on whether it is right’  The Sydney Morning Herald (22 May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Interviewed about Venter development,  BBC World Service Newshour (live global discussion programme which included Craig Venter) (20 May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Interviewed by Nigel Warburton regarding Venter development, podcast on several online websites, including Philosophy Bites (May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), ‘A matter of synthetic life and death: Venter's artificial organism invention is fraught with peril’ invited special opinion piece for New York Daily News (26 May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), ‘Scientists create a living organism’ Financial Times (21 May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), ‘Should we call a moratorium on the development of artificial life?’  published in BBC Knowledge (BBC U.S. magazine) (June )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), ‘Synthetic Life: our final chapter?’, for Oxford Mail (27 May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Interviewed & extensively quoted in article ‘Making life is easy: now for debate on whether it is right’  The Sydney Morning Herald (22 May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Interviewed about Venter development,  BBC World Service Newshour (live global discussion programme which included Craig Venter) (20 May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Interviewed by Nigel Warburton regarding Venter development, podcast on several online websites, including Philosophy Bites (May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Quoted in article ‘'Artificial life' breakthrough announced by scientists’   BBC News online (21 May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Wrote article ‘Should we call a moratorium on the development of artificial life?’ for ‘Burning Question’ section of BBC Focus Magazine (May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Wrote article ‘synthetic biology: our final chapter’  for BBC Focus Magazine (June)
  • Savulescu, J. and Douglas, T. (2010), Co-authored article ‘Artificial life means man can truly play God’  for ABC Unleashed (online) (21 May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Quoted in article ‘'Artificial life' breakthrough announced by scientists’   BBC News online (21 May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Wrote article ‘Should we call a moratorium on the development of artificial life?’ for ‘Burning Question’ section of BBC Focus Magazine (May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Wrote article ‘synthetic biology: our final chapter’  for BBC Focus Magazine (June)
  • Savulescu, J. and Douglas, T. (2010), Co-authored article ‘Artificial life means man can truly play God’  for ABC Unleashed (online) (21 May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Live video interview for CNN International news channel discussing the synthetic biology development. (21 May)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Interviewed on Radio 4 ‘PM with Eddie Maher’ show, commenting on synthetic biology development (21 May)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Interviewed on BBC World TV discussing the new synthetic biology development. (21 May)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Interviewed on BBC Oxford radio news show about synthetic biology development. (21 May)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Interviewed by Radio Romania for news programme featuring synthetic biology development. (21 May)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Interviewed on Radio FM Dublin, discussing synthetic biology development (21 May)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Interviewed on BBC Radio Wales News, early morning news programme, commenting on the announcement of the development by Craig Venter of the first cell to be controlled by a synthetic genome. (21 May )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Appeared on ‘Analysis’, highly-respected BBC Radio 4 programme which examines ideas and forces which shape public policy in Britain and features distinguished academics.  Specifically discussed the ethical issues arising from technological developments in neuroscience, particularly brain-scanning and issues of brain privacy. (15 March)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Banning Performance-Enhancing Drugs Neither Ensures Fair Play Nor Protects Athletes’ Health. The Vancouver Sun.  Reports on J. Savulescu’s research on the use of performance-enhancing drugs in sport.   (16 February)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Cover feature article in Summer 2009/10 issue of Praxis (2009/2010 issue), Monash University alumni magazine, celebrating J. Savulescu as an international leader in the field of bioethics.
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Business Voice.   Interviewed about social and business impacts of biomedical enhancements. 
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), 'Minds of our own?' BBC Radio 4 edition of 'Analysis' presented by Kenan Malik, on neuroscience - what are we learning about the way the brain works, and what might be the consequences, and uses, for such developments? Privacy implications of brain-scanning (15 March)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Cover feature article in Summer 2009/2010 issue of Praxis, Monash University alumni magazine, celebrating Savulescu as an international leader in the field of bioethics
  • Sheehan, M. (2010), 'Why GPs should not be commissioners', Contribution to Practical Ethics Blog (12 November)

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