The breadth of my work and expertise arms me with a unique skill and knowledge base that are often called on to offer expert opinion. Whether that is delivering invited talks and keynotes to public festivals and conferences or engaging with print, TV, or radio programmes.
In the News
Working From Home
Working from home
Staying connected in Lockdown
I spoke to the wonderful Dame Esther Rantzen about staying connected in Lockdown for BBC Morning Live. We discussed her fabulous charity work and the difficulties in engaging people who are alone. People often feel they will be a burden or others will be too busy for them. This is never the case. Every means of connection has value – phone, text, video calls, letters, cards, whatever makes you feel comfortable. You can catch the episode on the link below for as long as it is active.
Mental Health and Wellbeing
I was invited on to the BBC1 daytime TV programme Morning Live to film a segment on ways of coping with anxiety. The programme was aired on Tuesday 27th October. Here is the iplayer link to it
See a short clip of me talking about face masks on BBC Breakfast here:
Listen to me on this podcast:
Andrew Pierce talks to behaviour expert Dr Nilufar Ahmed about whether Boris’s new £3,200 fines for repeated refusal to wear a mask will actually have any effect.
Further News Appearances
I am often invited to contribute to the News to bring a psychological perspective to current issues.
I regularly contribute to radio on a number of topical issues from a psychological perspective. I have been a guest on a number of documentaries and national and regional news programmes including: BBC Radio 4, BBC World, BBC Radio Scotland, BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio Bristol, BBC Radio Somerset, BBC Radio Kent, BBC Radio 5 Live, Times Radio.
Scroll through the slideshow below for a selection of my contributions to print media.