Spotlight on Careers in Publishing – panel event at Sunderland University (1-4pm, March 15, 2018; Red Vardy Centre, Sunderland).
Publishable Writing: A Nuts and Bolts Guide – free workshop (January 23, 2018; Durham Health Food Shop, Langley Moor)
Mindfulness and the Big Questions – talk and book signing (November 1, 2017; Sunderland Waterstones)
‘The Tedious Truth about Successful Writing’ – Sunderland Literature Festival Workshop (October 17, 2017; Sunderland, Museum and Winter Gardens)
Conversation with James Delingpole (September 14, 2017; James Delingpole podcast).
Mindfulness and the Big Questions (6pm, September 13, 2017; Watkins Books, London).
BBC Radio London Drivetime, Interviewed by Eddie Nestor on London’s Cycle Superhighways (8th February, 2016)
Philosophy, Happiness and Cycling (6.30-9pm, February 18, 2015; University of Leeds).
Cambridge and the Art of Mindful Cycling: Philosophy on Two Wheels (2-4pm, November 9, 2014; Cambridge)
Cambridge and the Philosophy of the Commons: A Walking History of the Ivory Tower (2-3.30pm, November 8, 2014; Cambridge)
BBC Radio London Breakfast Show, London Cycle Map interview (August 25, 2014)
BBC Radio London Drivetime, London Cycle Map interview (August 22, 2014)
Mindfulness and Modern Life event talk (August 21, 2014; Waterstones, Cambridge, 6.30pm)
Einstein and the Art of Mindful Cycling, with Ben Irvine (May 2014; Leaping Hare Press promotional film)
Mindfulness in a Modern World event talk (30 March, 2014; Unitarian Church, Brighton)
Should the government be in the business of promoting the creation of wealth or the happiness of its citizens? Interviewed by Rhod Sharp (30 January, 2014; BBC Radio 5 Live)
Interviewed by Eddie Nester on BBC London Radio about the London Cycle Map (18 November 11, 2013; BBC Radio London).
Is the UK really ready for a ‘cycling revolution’? (ITV/Yahoo co-production, see 1m:21s).
Ben Irvine on gay marriage (BBC World Service)
‘Cycling for Happiness: Einstein and the Art of Mindful Cycling’ (5 February, 2013; Cambridge Cycling Campaign, Friends Meeting House, Jesus Lane, Cambridge, 8.00pm)
‘The Anti-Politics of Well-being’ (21 November, 2012; Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge)
‘On the film Happy’ (18 May, 2012; Cambridge Arts PictureHouse)
‘Evolution, philosophy and wellbeing’ (17 March, 2012; Cambridge University Science Festival)
‘On being a practical philosopher’ (25 November, 2011; Play’s the Thing conference)
‘Philosophy and tragedies of the (global) commons’ (4 November, 2011; Differential Club, Edinburgh University)