Browsing All posts tagged under »Andrew Mueller«

Little Atoms 381 – Dylan Evans & Andrew Mueller

July 8, 2015


On this week’s Little Atoms, Dylan Evans on The Utopia Experiment, and Andrew Mueller on his memoir It’s Too Late to Die Young Now. Dylan Evans is an academic, philosopher and journalist. He has written several popular science books, was named by the Independent as one of the 20 best young writers in Britain, and […]

Little Atoms 312 – Is Music Journalism in a Critical Condition?

February 15, 2014


A special edition of Little Atoms for Resonance FM’s fundraising week. Recorded live at The Slaughtered Lamb on 10th February 2014. Is Music Journalism in a Critical Condition? The UK music scene once supported four weekly music papers, which wielded the power to form the musical agenda in a way that’s unimaginable today. Of these, only the NME […]

Little Atoms 306 – Jennifer Potter & Andrew Mueller

December 21, 2013


Jennifer Potter is a horticultural historian who writes about the history and culture of plants, plantsmen and gardens. The author of four novels and five works of non-fiction, including Strange Blooms: The Curious Lives and Adventures of the John Tradescants, and The Rose: A True History, and a regular reviewer for the Times Literary Supplement, she is currently a Royal […]

Andrew Mueller – The 21st Century and Where it All Went Wrong

August 7, 2009


[display_podcast] Andrew Mueller talks to Neil & Padraig about the 21st Century. Andrew was born in Wagga Wagga, Australia in 1968, and has lived in London and hotels since 1990. He currently writes on various subjects for the Independent, Independent on Sunday, Guardian, Monocle, Arena, Uncut, High Life, New Humanist and anyone else who’ll have […]