UK Space Conference Speaker: Richard Hollingham
Day 2: Vision for the Future
Richard Hollingham is a science journalist, writer and broadcaster. As a current affairs presenter and reporter for BBC World Service and BBC Radio 4, he has filed stories from more than 40 countries. He recently presented a programme from inside the Chernobyl nuclear power plant but has also reported from Kazakhstan, Russia (several times), Libya, Antarctica (twice), Vietnam, and even from an ice floe in the Arctic. A former Senior Producer for the BBC's flagship news programme, Today, he was also its first science producer.
Richard is the Editor of the UK Space Agency's space:uk magazine and also anchors live TV broadcasts for the European Space Agency. Author of Blood and Guts: A History of Surgery and co-author of How to Clone the Perfect Blonde, he has written for New Scientist, Discover and most national UK newspapers.
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