I was on the Going Underground program on RT speaking about Extinction Rebellion.
Media appearances and talks
This is the Media appearances and talks section of my website. Here you will find a collection of some of the public appearances, philosophy lectures, and television interviews that I have accumulated in my career to date. For archiving of my some of local radio appearances, you can check out my Soundcloud account here.
I was interviewed by John Humphrys on the flagship BBC Radio 4 program Today about Extinction Rebellion. Tune in to hear me dismantle the politically-motivated, shadily-funded, attempted hatchet job of a report released by the Policy Exchange think tank.
The full transcript is available to view here:
My interview with LBC's Nick Ferrari discussing Extinction Rebellion National Protests on 15th July 2019.
This is a video of my talk at the Schools Climate Conference held at University College London on the 3rd of July 2019.
My appearance on BBC Radio Sussex discussing Extinction Rebellion and the need for radical peaceful direct action in the face of the climate emergency.
This talk was filmed in Brighton on June 26th at an event hosted by Brighton Extinction Rebellion.
I visited Cornwall at the invitation of Manda Brookman from Cafe Disruptif for an evening of question and conversation. The event took place on June 20th 2019. It was filmed by Senara Wilson Hodges from On the Beach Productions.
I was on a panel at the Green Party Spring conference with Gail Bradbrook, Muna Suleiman and Patrick Wakefield. Molly Scott-Cato MEP chaired the discussion.
My appearance on Politics Live alongside Conservative Minister Nadhim Zahawi. I asked him and the Labour shadow minister live on air to meet with Extinction Rebellion protestors, and both agreed. These protests, and the over 1,000 people arrested are forcing this government, and its opposition, to pay more attention to the urgency of the climate and ecological crises.
I went head-to-head with Jacob Rees-Mogg on his show on LBC about the Extinction Rebellion protests in London, and it went, well, how you might expect it to have gone... Rees-Mogg's verbosity can't obfuscate the existential threat that we face. We need drastic action on the climate and ecological crises, and we need politicians with the courage to call for that action.