April 2015, 13th: Interviewed for Philosophy for the Curious: Why Study Philosophy? Extract posted on the Philosophy@Birmingham blog.
February 2015, 23rd: author of the article “Project PERFECT” for Aimee Wilson’s blog I'm NOT disordered.
February 2015, 17th: Author of the article “The Upside of Delusional Beliefs” on web-zine Scientia Salon (which attracted 103 comments).
December 2014: guest on Bridget Kendall’s radio programme, The Forum, in an episode on Unintended Consequences, BBC World Service.
October 2014, 30th: Author of “Reverse Othello Syndrome and Epistemic Innocence” on the Philosop-her blog.
October 2014, 23rd: Author of “What is it to be irrational?” on the Polity Independent blog.
October 2015, 5th: Author of “Anosognosia and Epistemic Innocence” on the Psychiatric Ethics blog. Finalist for the 3 Quarks Daily Philosophy Prize 2014.
March 2014: Featured scholar at the Saving Humans blog where I wrote about my Epistemic Innocence project.
February 2014, 18th: Author of the article Madness, Rationality and Epistemic Innocence on the Oxford University Press Blog.
November 2013, 20th: Author of the Perspective (University of Birmingham website): Lessons from the Breivik Case.
July 2013: Featured scholar at the Brains blog where I wrote about my past and future research on delusions.
February 2013, 8th: Author of the Birmingham Brief: Making Sense of Psychiatry: The Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Debate.
May-Jun 2012: Guest blogger for A Kolber’s Neuroethics & Law blog on the moral responsibility of people with a diagnosis of a psychiatric disorder in the context of criminal action.
August 2011: Guest blogger for the Wellcome Trust blog on the right not to know in psychiatry:
August-September 2010: Guest blogger for E Schwitzgebel’s The Splintered Mind blog on the philosophical significance of the phenomenon of clinical delusions.
May 2010, 26th: Interviewed by M Beckford about forced treatment on incapacitated cancer patient for the Daily Telegraph (front page story).
September 2009, 20th: Interviewed by J Elder about striving for perfection for the Sunday Age Melbourne (article with quote).
June 2009, 4th: Wrote “Should human reproductive cloning be allowed?”, an article for BBC Focus Magazine (issue 204, How to Live Forever or Die Trying).
February 2008, 28th: Wrote “A moral claim not to feel pain”, an article for the New Statesman.
October 2007, 7th: Joined the expert panel of The Big Questions, BBC1 weekly show by Nicky Campbell debating topical religious and ethical questions (series 1, episode 4, live from Birmingham).