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Radically longer lives

...was the topic of a one hour special on WNPR radio with me, Aubrey de Grey and others. Online here.

The Immortality of the Crab

...is the name of a clever BBC Radio 4 programme, in which I had the pleasure of appearing. It can be heard here. A bonus segment of me telling some tall tales can be heard here

Living Forever in Salt Lake City

I spent a stimulating hour talking about the quest for immortality with KUER's RadioWest in Utah - it can be heard again here.



 
   
   

Stephen was born in Cornwall, in the beautiful but rainy Southwest of England, back in the days when Stevie Wonder and Steely Dan were topping the charts. 

After a decade studying and teaching philosophy, he was awarded his PhD in metaphysics from the University of Cambridge in 2001. Before dedicating himself to writing, Stephen made ends meet as a diplomat, negotiating international treaties on behalf of Her Majesty. 

Stephen has since written essays, features and reviews on many philosophical, ethical and scientific subjects, from human nature to robot warriors and animal rights. He writes regularly for the Financial Times, and has also written for the New York Times, the Guardian, Wired and others. He has appeared on BBC Radio 3BBC Radio 4Deutschlandradio KulturÖsterreichischer Rundfunk and elsewhere.

His internationally acclaimed first book, Immortality: The Quest to Live Forever and How It Drives Civilization, was published in English and other languages in spring 2012. Stephen, who speaks fluent German, lives in Berlin with his wife Friederike von Tiesenhausen and their many daughters. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

A profile of Stephen's life and work was broadcast on DW TV in November 2013 and can be seen here.

 
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