(Under eternal construction...!)
Met June Caldwell in a pub after a Finnegans Wake celebration, we got chatting and ... she wrote a BBC play about it: Krusso. (Becoming a habit—my framing and wrongful imprisonment by the Metropolitan Police were dramatised by the BBC as Someone must be lying.) August 2020
Audit's agency in accelerating decarbonisation—panel provocation I gave at ICAEW, August 2020. (Video is behind a paywall for ICAEW members.)
With Extinction Rebellion at the World Economic Forum Davos 2020: Edie Lush's Nine Key Voices: XR together with Christiana Figueres, Gail Whiteman and others; an interview for Uptime; and a Summary note of the forum on Stakeholder Capitalism.
we are the asteroid, we are the dinosaurs, an excerpt from Susana Medina and Roc Sandford's forthcoming book on Extinction Rebellion and the climate apocalypse published in 3am Magazine, October 2019
Work in Progress: Comparing the Warming Effects of Different Greenhouse Gases over Time, a climate paper by Cato Sandford and Roc Sandford with a case study of emissions from hill farming
Sinking Sand City and Jazz Wheels are in Square2, a group show at Studio ExPurgamento, London, November 2019
Coming to Summerhall at the 2019 Edinburgh Festival—
Change the World or Go Home—Dmitri Galitzine's art film which documents my family, the Isle of Gometra and some early Extinction Rebellion actions, as well as that disruptor of disruptors, Danny Shine
the underground island—an interview with Richard Marshall for 3am Magazine, December 2014
The laird who wants to save the planet and refuses to lord it up—an interview with Moira Kerr for The Herald, March 2019. Also covered in the Scotsman, the Daily Mail, the Daily Record, and the Daily Express.
How the mind changes, time expands when there’s no one else around—an interview with Olivia Goldhill for Quartz Magazine, April 2016
What We Do in the Winter—an interview with Alasdair Satchel, November 2018
Reflections on an unfair cop, Listener Magazine, January 1990
Psychic TV's score for Micha Bergese and Derek Jarman's ballet Mouth of the Night (video excerpt opposite)
Gometra – Living off the Grid—interview in Love Scottish Islands
How can Scotland cope with China's salmon demands? —a BBC programme on salmon farming
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