I've contributed to BBC Radio 4's Excess Baggage (twice) and The Living World as well as the now extinct programmes Medicine Now and Breakaway. Thanks to phone links, I've been interviewed live on Dublin's Newstalk Radio, on Talk Radio Europe, and for assorted podcasts and programmes broadcast in the US, Canada and South Africa. I have appeared on BBC Breakfast (national television), Sky, and Tyne Tees TV, and on numerous national and local radio shows. I have contributed many times to BBC Radio Cambridgeshire's afternoon show and recently on Lunchtime Live. Check out the News page for any upcoming broadcasts or events.
Thusfar, I have given talks, lectures and workshops in Aldermaston, Antananarivo, Arhus, Ashford, Birmingham, Bristol, Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge, Cambourne, Cardiff, Chester, Cottenham, Cranfield University, Dhaka, Duxford, Edinburgh, Ely, Hadleigh, Huntingdon, Hyderabad (Sindh), Innsbruck, Kathmandu, de Montfort University Leicester, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London Zoological Society, Newcastle, Olympia, Oxford University, Plymouth University, Royal College of Nursing, Royal College of Physicians, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Glasgow, Royal Geographical Society, in Saffron Walden, at Sawston, Silsoe, Shrivenham, Southampton, Stoneleigh, Sutton, Tewksbury, Tiruchchirappalli, Tooting, University College London, West Monkton, Wisbech and York.
Lately I have been making school visits and I'd be happy to do more. I have spoken to pupils at Bar Hill Community Primary; Beaumont School in St Albans; The British School in Kathmandu; Cherry Hinton Church of England Primary, Cambridge; Comberton Village College; The Doon School, Dehra Dun; Ecole Française Internationale de Katmandou; Ernest Bevan, Tooting; Fen Drayton Primary; Harston & Newton Primary; The Kings School, Ely; Landmark International School, Fulbourn; Melbourn Primary; Someries Junior School, Luton and Queen Edith's, St Faith's, St Luke's, St Matthews and St Paul's in Cambridge.
|Authors James Nicol, Saumya Balsari and Jane Wilson-Howarth in conversation
at Cherry Hinton Library, Cambridge