I began my career writing science fiction stories, novels and films, before widening my brief to explore perception (The Eye: A Natural History), 20th-century radical politics (The Weight of Numbers), the shipping system (Dead Water) and augmented reality (Wolves). A spot of mid-career ghost-writing once had me being rescued from a tree by Ben (of Ben & Jerry's) in the middle of a hurricane. Back home I co-founded and edited Arc magazine, a digital publication about the future, before joining New Scientist magazine as its arts editor. I split my time between a penthouse in Dubai (not mine) and a freezing cold flat in London, writing op-eds and reviews for The Spectator and the occasional broadsheet.
Stalin and the Scientists
- A History of Triumph and Tragedy, 1905-1953
- By: Simon Ings
- Narrated by: Tim Bruce
- Length: 15 hrs and 27 mins
An epic history of science in the Soviet Union, following the scientists who survived Stalin's rule and helped to reshape the world Scientists throughout history....
Never Judge and Book by its cover!
- By Donald Hill on 11-21-17
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