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Bauer Media Group appoints Richard Dawkins as president of audio

He replaces Paul Keenan, who has been promoted to chief operating officer Bauer Media Group has promoted Richard Dawkins to president of audio. He replaces Paul Keenan, who has also been promoted within the group to become chief operating officer. Dawkins joined Bauer Media Group as chief operating officer of audio in May 2019.

campaignlive.co.uk ,  1 day ago 0
Bauer Media Group appoints Richard Dawkins as president of audio

Oxford Kite Festival to feature artists and thinkers such as Grace Jones, Richard Dawkins, and Ai Weiwei

Oxford Kite Festival markets itself as “a new festival of ideas and music”, and will be taking place between 10-12 June at Kirtlington Park, Oxfordshire. The festival was initially meant to take place in 2020 and 2021, but had to be postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

oxfordstudent.com ,  6 days ago 0
Oxford Kite Festival to feature artists and thinkers such as Grace Jones, Richard Dawkins, and Ai Weiwei

Scientists call not to cancel late biologist Thomas Huxley

The leading figures in science jointly expressed their outrage over 'scientific racism? accusations Dozens of leading UK scientists called on Imperial College London not to demonize 19th century biologist Thomas Huxley, blasting accusations against him of 'scientific racism' as unfair and underlining that the key supporter of Darwin was "an ardent abolitionist."

thelondonnews.net ,  3 months ago 2
Scientists call not to cancel late biologist Thomas Huxley

Charles Darwin: Looking back at the life of Shrewsbury's most famous son

Charles Darwin, revolutionised forever the way mankind perceives its place in the natural order of things with his explosive theory of evolution, which landed like a bombshell on Victorian society. Although he was careful not to say directly that mankind was descended from apes, and not from Adam and Eve, the implications of his classic work On The Origin of Species were clear and caused a rumpus.

shropshirestar.com ,  3 months ago 0
Charles Darwin: Looking back at the life of Shrewsbury's most famous son

Imperial College scientists urge university not to cancel founding father Thomas Huxley as they say charges of 'scientific racism' against him are 'false'

Imperial College London is examining links with founding father Thomas Huxley Critics have claimed the 19th century biologist 'might now be called racist' A group set up after Black Lives Matter protests called for removal of his bust The group also argued that a building named in his honour should be renamed

dailymail.co.uk ,  3 months ago 2
Imperial College scientists urge university not to cancel founding father Thomas Huxley as they say charges of 'scientific racism' against him are 'false'

Richard Dawkins added to Wolverhampton Literature Festival line-up

Wolverhampton Literature Festival has announced some last-minute additions to its 2022 programme. Richard Dawkins, the world-renowned evolutionary biologist and bestselling author, will talk about his latest work ‘Flights of Fancy’, an investigation into all aspects of human and animal flight. The event will feature a book signing and provide a chance to see ‘The God Delusion’ author in an intimate setting at the Wolverhampton Art Gallery.

expressandstar.com ,  4 months ago 0
Richard Dawkins added to Wolverhampton Literature Festival line-up

Oliver Jeffers: ‘Catch-22 was the first time I had a physical reaction to a book’

The children’s author on persisting with Joseph Heller’s classic, reading thrillers on planes and how Richard Dawkins made him question certainty My earliest reading memory I was being read a picture book of Waltzing Matilda by my dad, when my nose started bleeding again; I’d been hit with a ball in the face earlier in the day.

theguardian.com ,  5 months ago 0
Oliver Jeffers: ‘Catch-22 was the first time I had a physical reaction to a book’