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TV, Radio, Press Coverage of Patrick Dixon, Futurist Keynote Speaker

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Media coverage (incomplete - hard to track non-English press output, and radio / TV use of syndicated interviews):

Cumulative audience reach / influence of TV / radio / press estimated to be more than 450 million. See list below.

This does not include visitors to over 500,000 web pages about Patrick Dixon on other websites, plus 15.5 millionunique users of this website with 43,000 Twitter Followers and 6 million video views, mainly on Patrick Dixon's YouTube Channel.

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Here is a list of some media coverage of Patrick Dixon, Futurist:

BBC Radio 2 - Jeremy Vine show on AIDS trends and prevention, Independent on Sunday - Listed in Happy List - related to humanitarian work, 60 Minutes (Australia) - documentary on growing new tissue and organs; Portuguese media on marketing to older people, and also on future of travel and tourism;  Turkey Business Week and national press on Happynomics, marketing and business strategy;  Business Week - Turkey; Referans - Turkey on consumer trends; Aksim - Turkey on marketing; Alem - Turkey on consumer trends; Milliyet - Turkey - consumer trends; Zaman - Turkey - consumer trends; Turkey TV news; Metro (London) on future of motor industry / electric cars; Waterford Today (Ireland) on consumer confidence.

BBC World TV - short feature on future of health - repeated dozens of times, Print Week Guide on future of printed media; The Hindu (India) - "Don't just tweak your websites"; Panama TV news, Panama newspapers (various) on future Panama economy. The Age, India TV documentary on RFID technology, Melbourne on the Web.2 generation, Channel 5 TV News (UK) on new technology, TV and radio.

Asia Insurance Review, Manufacturing Close-Up, Economics Week, Business Wire, El Pais, Expansion, Guardian, Reforma, Times, Dunya, El Mundo, West Australian; Business Times and other press Singapore / Malaysia on regional trends and globalisation, 'O Estado de S.Paulo' and other national press / radio in Brazil on the future of the Brazilian economy, TV and press in Kazakhstan on future of the economy, Creation of sheep which is 15% human - Mail on Sunday, This is London, CBN News and Press Association; Business of trends analysis - Today Singapore; Tribalism and Living Longer - Today Singapore;

Future of Smartphones - The Guardian; Future of health - BBC World TV; CNN and CNBC Europe - future of Turkey (economy and EU membership), BBC News 24 / BBC2 - next generation technologies, Sky News - 30 minute discussion on the possible economic and social impact of a bird flu pandemic.

BBC Radio 4 - comment on new pension proposals and life expectancy forecasts, BBC World Service - political leadership and the future of women, Investment Adviser magazine - the future of banking, BBC Radio 5 Live - future of digital broadcasting, BBC Radio 5 Live - next-generation domestic appliances and gadgets. Media Week - future of interactive, digital advertising, BBC R4 - The Message on interactive advertising, BBC Radio L - Vanessa Feltz show on brands, advertising and the Building a Better Business $20,000 Challenge.

Borse Denmark - IT innovation trends and RFID - the next techno wave. Daily Telegraph - increasing profits by 10% by connecting with passion - and the $20,000 challenge, Financial Times - Push for Coffee Bean Levy - following speech at the World Coffee Organization. Waymaker - Sweden, on future of distribution and logistics, Dagbladet Borsen - Denmark, on future design and innovation, Premier Radio - every week on future trends;

BBC World TV - commercial risks in cloning cows; Daily Post (Liverpool) - 5 steps to a better business, IT Observer - next wave of new technology, Times of India - the Spirit of Success, Borsen (Denmark equivalent of Financial Times) - how to create a better business, Lisbon press - the need for innovation in marketing, Vida Economica - Portugal, Times of Malta - marketing trends. IBS - Inbjudan till press- och analytikerträff den Waymaker (Swedish).

Comment on reports of HIV man who it was said might have "cured" himself - "Need for further tests but this case could turn out to be significant". Press reports about man in London who tested positive for HIV and then (possibly) eliminated HIV from his body. BBC News 24 bulletins, BBC Lunchtime TV News, BBC 1 TV evening news.

ITN News bulletins, Sky News bulletins, BBC Radio 5 Live, Radio New Zealand, Independent Online South Africa, Scottish Daily Record, The Times - UK, Belfast Telegraph, Daily Mail, Daily Express, O Globo - Portugal, Evening Standard - London, BBC Radio Scotland.

Hamburger Abendblatt - Germany, Berliner Morgenpost - Germany, Stuttgarter Nachrichten - Germany, BBC Scotland, Slovakia press, Irish TV News, Kenya national radio, De Morgen - Belgium, Agence France Presse, NZZ am Sonntag - Germany, De Morgen - Netherlands, Gazeta do Povo - Portugal, Svenska Dagbladet - Sweden, Corriere della Sera.

Italy, Il Giornale - Italy, Basler Zeitung - Germany, Gazeta Wyborcza - Poland, Süddeutsche Zeitung - Germany, Berliner Morgenpost - Germany, Die Welt - Germany, Nürnberger Nachrichten - Germany, General Anzeiger - German, Shanghai Daily - China, Reuters, EITB24 - Spain, Daily Mirror UK, TV News - Switzerland.

The Guardian UK, Independent UK, CTV News - Canada, CBC News - Canada, Glasgow Daily Record, CBS News, Mumbai Mirror, Kenya Broadcasting Corporation, Daily News and Analysis - India, The Post Chronicle, Deccan Herald - India. Slovenia national TV news, Germany Bavaria radio news.

Borsen - the need for innovation in industrial design, The Herald - handwriting demise in a techno-age, press in Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Portugal on a range of issues including brands and marketing, El Cronista Commercial (Spain) - the top 20 most influential business thinkers, Diario Economico, Portugal - innovation in marketing.

ABA Banking Journal - Working for nothing - lessons for corporates from non-profits, Talk Radio on stem cell research, Daily Telegraph, Moral Maze (BBC Radio 4) - should politicians have to resign over personal indiscretions?

Channel 4 News - next generation mobile phones. Daily Mail - human / animal hybrids. New Wine - AIDS out of control in poorest nations, Daily Mail - salmon that spawn trout. Guardian - future of CDs and music downloading, MP3 and file-sharing. New Wine - Ethical issues in Biotech. Samaritan's Purse magazine - AIDS crisis in Africa, Asia and Central Europe.

On cloning: Sunday Times (Perth), Irish Times, Daily Mail, Courier-Mail, The Sun, Western Daily Press, The Herald, The Scotsman, The Times, Scottish Daily Record, The Mirror, Times of Zambia. FINZ on Fundraising (New Zealand) - working for nothing.

Dr Dixon's stark warnings in early April 2003 about the threat of SARS to the poorest nations, and the possibility of a subsequent global epidemic, were covered extensively by press, radio and TV in many countries, together with his call for robust action by Heads of State, working together with the World Health Organisation.

He addressed 7 simultaneous regional conferences organised by the World Bank (videolink) on the issue of potential economic impact. Dr Dixon first warned in 1987 of the future dangers to global health from new mutant viruses, and more recently in his book Futurewise.

Other coverage includes Press Association, Reuters, Bloomberg News, CNN, BBC TV breakfast, and lunchtime news, Sky TV, IRN, ITN lunchtime and evening news, Channel 5 News, Channel 4 News, BBC Radio 4 Today Programme, BBC Radio 4 PM programme, BBC World Service, Trevor MacDonald World Tonght (ITV), Jeremy Vine Show BBC Radio 2, Radio Scotland, Guardian, Times, Daily Telegraph, The Herald, Daily Mail, Daily Express, Sun, Mirror, Daily Star, The Age Australia, Canadian radio stations, Irish Examiner.

CBC News Canada, Brisbane News Australia, Channel 9 Australia, Sunday Times, Observer, Sunday Express, ABS, CBS News, ABC Online, Hungarian TV documentary, Press Gazette UK, Scripture Union Notes, OM Bulletin, Europa Press - Servicio de Noticias Salud, The Nation (Thailand), Agence France-Presse, Australian Financial Review, GP (General Practitioner UK), South Wales Evening Post, Bath Chronicle, Chinese national press, The Malay Mail, Sidney Morning Herald, Sunday Times Perth.

Sunday Herald Sun, Newcastle Herald, ANSA - Political and Economic News Service (Italy), Daily Post (Liverpool), Ottawa Citizen, Australian Associated Press General News, Montreal Gazette, Townsville Bulletin, El Mundo (Spanish), Hobart Mercury, Adelaide Advertiser, Courier Mail, Western Daily Press, Evening Times, Agencia Mexicana de Noticias NOTIMEX, Bristol Evening News, The Journal, Birmingham Post, Scottish Daily Record, Global Future Forum e-bulletin, Transformational Business Network e-bulletin, The Scotsman.

Dr Dixon's comments on recent human cloning claims were carried by huge number of TV stations, radio and press around the world in Dec 02 / Jan 03 following suggestions by Clonaid that they had cloned a child.

During 10 days alone he was interviewed on: BBC 1 News, BBC News 24 TV, BBC World TV(several times), Sky News TV (many times), Press Association (generating calls from as far away as Finland and the US), AFP (France TV equivalent of BBC), BBC Wales,, Independent Radio News (every commercial station in UK), BBC Northampton, BBC Milton Keynes.

Radio 5 Live (twice), BBC Today Programme, BBC World Tonight, invited to do Newsnight (but unable), This Morning ITV (twice), Richard and Judy Show (Channel 4 TV), quoted in the Guardian (front page).

Daily Mail, Daily Express, Sunday Telegraph, Sunday Express (feature), Mail on Sunday (feature), Sun, Mirror, Star, News of the World, The Western Mail, Coventry News, SIFI (India), ABC News (Australia), The Hindu (India), Derby Evening Telegraph, The Scotsman, Edinburgh Evening News, The Age (Australia), Atlanta Journal Constitution (US).

Gulf Daily News (Bahrain), Financial Express (Bangladesh), Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), News 24 (South Africa), Observer (Jamaica), Melbourne Herald Sun (Australia), ABC 22 (US), South African News, Examiner (Ireland), plus many stations and printed media outlets in many other nations.

Future of broadcasting, radio and TV, entertainment industry, news and current affairs - presentation to senior executives at BBC

Thriller "The Island of Bolay"

wpe1.jpg (3107 bytes)Futurewise, death of stock markets, failure of market research to predict future, human cloning, The Truth about Drugs and many other issues relating to the future with Dr Patrick Dixon - September 1998 to 2003. Incomplete list ."Futurewise - The Six Faces of Global Change" published Harper Collins and "The Truth about Drugs" published Hodder.

Time Magazine: article by Dr Dixon - "Future of Stock Exchanges in Europe", Time magazine quote on "Human Cloning - it's you an you and you!". Wall Street Journal: "Global Change Guru's Vision of the Future of Travel" (full page features), Los Angeles Times: "Human cloning: made in America, born elsewhere".

Sunday Telegraph: "Market Research searching for a future" - half page feature by Dr Dixon, Reuters, Press Association, Associated Press (New pan-European stock exchange predictions), Daily Telegraph: "This Futurist's house is 10 years ahead of its time", ZDWire "HR must ride tech's wave", Guardian "Blinded by the light in an online overload", risk management: "Stock Markets -the urge to merge".

BBC Scotland (Newsweek) on future of Yugoslavia and Russian economic issues, BBC Radio 5 Live on cloning extinct animals, BBC Wales 1 hour debate on human cloning using pig eggs and recovering extinct species, Premier Radio on announcement that couple paying $300,000 to clone dead daughter, Belgium and Danish press - big coverage of global trends comments (feature articles).

Sky TV Business Hour - stock exchange alliances, Tages Anzeiger (Switzerland) double page interview - future of e-commerce and banking, CBC TV - Witness programme on human cloning, BBC TV News 24 - safety of GM food, BBC World Service - humanised pigs for transplants.

Carlton TV - Thursday Night Live 30 min debate on safety of GM food, LBC Radio, News Direct, BBC TV - Vanessa Feltz Show - men giving birth?, Premier Radio - racial harmony, BBC Late Night North - daily life in a hundred years time, ABIX - Australia Business Intelligence,

The Times - "The office can really get under your skin" (injectable chips), The Sun, BBC TV Kilroy on recovering past memories, Facts Magazine (Switzerland) - photo-feature on Mega-mergers and Mega-corporations

CNN (Channel 5/CNN one hour "Clone Rangers" documentary), Sky News - several studio discussions plus live satellite transmission from Global Change Ltd, Sky one hour documentary, BBC News 24 (three broadcasts including 30 minutes: "Should we forgive President Clinton?")

BBC2 TV Business Lunch "Death of national stock exchanges", Financial Times - drug testing in workplace news item and book review, The Times - half page feature by Dr Dixon on drug testing at work, Guardian - "Weekend Debate" (half page feature), 4 star rating book review for The Truth about Drugs - Doctor newspaper

BBC Radio 4 Today programme, BBC Radio 4 PM programme - twice (internet share trading, stock markets and drug testing), ITV This Morning Show, Central TV Friday Night Live (30 minute debate), Carlton TV Thursday Night Live (30 minute debate), Channel 5 one hour documentary, Channel 5 TV one hour live debate, Living Channel live discussion,

ITN, BBC Radio Leeds - future of doctors and medicine, BBC Radio Scotland "Now you are talking" 30 minutes, BBC 2 TV "The Web Story" - Global Change website featured, Grenada TV - one hour debate on stress / lifestyles in the next millennium

The Times Business News - half page feature by Dr Dixon on stock market survival, Sunday Times on drug testing at work, Daily Mail - drugs in schools, Evening Standard (twice), Daily Telegraph, Guardian (again), GMTV, Daily Express - double page on human cloning,

Independent Radio News (twice), News Direct, BBC Radio 5 Live Nicky Cambell Show, BBC Radio 5 Live with Edwina Currie (90 minutes), Premier Radio (three times), The Scotsman, The Herald, Meridien TV Roger Bolton Show one hour live debate, Straits Times

Talk Radio (30 minutes), Northern Echo, Yorkshire Post, Daily Record, Independent, Personnel Today - feature by Dr Dixon on drug policies in workplace, Photo features in Hospital Doctor and General Practitioner (future of health care), Renewal - 4 page spread and further issue three page feature on Futurewise, Accountancy (auditing trends beyond 2000), HealthCare Plus (in press), Money Observer (full page feature plus front cover on death of stock exchanges)

Harpers and Queen (January 1999 on drugs among teenagers), Christianity Today (4 page pullout on drug addiction and separate issue three page feature on global trends), Mix Magasine (in press), BBC Radio Leicester (Sunday Programme on the future), LBC Radio three times including three hour "Bodytalk" programme on virtual medicine (part video streamed from this site), Daily Mirror - stock markets

Press Association - twice, Independent Radio News (IRN) - four separate interviews on four days (repeated on every commercial station in UK), Today programme Radio 4, BBC Breakfast News (twice), GMTV (twice), BBC World TV (three times), Sky News (four different interviews), Talk Radio, 5 Live (1.5 hours phone-in), BBC News 24, LBC, Premier Radio (four times: cloning, drug misuse and STDs), UCB Radio - twice

The Times (three articles incl front page), The Guardian, Daily Mail (twice), Daily Express, BBC Radio Wales, Catholic Times, Universe, Yorkshire Post (twice), Daily Mirror (three times), Australian Associated Press, Belfast Newsletter (twice), Leicester Mercury, Scottish Express - feature, BBC World Service (radio) "Insight".

BBC World Service (radio) "News hour", BBC World Service news roundup, BBC Three Counties Radio, New Christian Herald, Western Morning News, Irish Times, New Statesman, The Scotsman (twice), Baptist Times, The Herald, Daily Record (twice), Leicester Mercury, Hindu Business Line (India), The Christian Channel (TV)

ITN lunch-time news - live interview, ITN 5.45pm news, ITN News at Ten (twice), Channel 5 News, World at One (BBC radio 4), BBC Radio 1 News, Christianity Today feature - "Be Futurewise: The FUTURE will be FAST", Radio 5 Live - two news interviews, News Direct, LBC (Anne Diamond Breakfast Show), BBC Radio Wales , Talk Radio - one hour on Futurewise and cloning, LBC Radio on government anti-drug strategy / drugs at work, Baptist Times - twice on clones and Futurewise, BBC TV "Short Change" on drugs in schools

Time Magazine one page feature - in press, BBC TV Panorama - programme consultant on human cloning

CNBC TV News - death of national stock exchanges, Discovery Channel - one hour documentary on cloning, Belgium TV Channel 2 - cloning documentary, Dutch TV Channel 2 - documentary on cloning, The Times of India - one page feature, BBC Radio 5 Live - Pan-european stock exchange and internet share trading, The Herald, News Direct, Christianity Today - The FUTURE is Urban, Daily Mail - cloning in Britain, BBC Radio 5 Live and Press Association - environmental risk and genetically modified crops

BBC News 24 - Monarch Buttefly deaths from "toxic" GM maize pollen, BBC Radio 5 Live - Should we trust scientists with our future? Clone Rangers documentary - OnDigital TV, CNN and Sky News on premature ageing of clones, Premier radio (seven broadcasts on wide range of current affairs issues), BBC Radio 4 PM programme - impact on the race to human cloning, BBC News 24, BBC Lunchtime News, IRN, BBC Breakfast News, BBC Wales

Tages Anzeiger (Switzerland) on future economic and banking trends, Premier Radio 30 minutes, Many Corporate newspapers and bulletins eg SwissAir and Credit Suisse, Women's Realm, Fox News, Scotsman, Daily Mail, Nicky Campbell Show - Radio 5 Live, Talk Radio, Sunday Herald, Advertiser (Adelaide), Daily Telegraph (Australia).

Sunday Telegraph (UK), Leicester Mercury - technofuture, LBC - Brian Hayes, ITN - cloned pigs and organ transplants, BBC News 24, Glasgow Herald, Yorkshire Post, BBC Home Counties

Press Association, Radio 5 Live, BBC Radio Scotland - life in the future, Metro (front page), Daily Mail, Sky News, BBC News 24, Premier Radio - patents on gene technology, Baptist Times - report on RUN conference, "Cyber-pastors on call 24 hours" - also Baptist Times, Mail on Sunday - on cloned monkeys, humans next?

Daily Mail feature written in defence of speech by HRH Prince of Wales, Church of England Newspaper, Christian Herald, BBC TV News 24, Radio 5 Live - Curry Show, Radio 4 one hour debate "Should scientists be told when to stop?" , Daily Mail - comment on translation of whole human genome, Scottish Herald, Premier Radio - do genes program criminal behaviour? Newsnight - review of future (Genome project), Premier Radio, BBC Newcastle - designer baby made as source of embryonic stem cells for sibling, BBC Radio 5 Live - on sex selection of embryos and designer babies, Feature for Economic Times India

Moral Maze (BBC Radio 4), BBC Wales, Baptist Times, Press Association, Independent Radio News, BBC News 24, Now TV - cyberfuture, Discovery Channel, Sunday Business - techno-fears of some CEOs and boards of multinationals, Evening Standard - mobile phone radiation scares, Scotsman - global trend "gurus".

Guardian - blinded by the high-tech light, Talk Radio on humanised monkeys, Daily Mail, BBC News 24, BBC Wales - three programmes, LBC Radio, Daily Mail again (cloning debate), Sky News, Nicky Cambell Radio 5 Live, ITN lunchtime and evening news (Human genome project), IRN, LBC, BBC World Service, BBC Wales, Premier Radio, Christian Science Monitor

GQ magazine (US edition), Daily Mail, ITV News at 10, Channel 4 News, First Edition (Ch4 TV), BBC News 24, IRN, Multiple broadcasts on various US TV stations, CNN, Sunday Mirror on phone radiation, "Technology outstrips society's decisions" Australian Associated Press, Bell and Howell News, Australian News abstracts, Agence Press France, Birmingham Post, Scottish Daily Record, Aberdeen Press and Journal, Western Daily Press, Wetern Morning News,ABIX - Australasia Business Intelligence, The Record (Bergen County), BBC Breakfast TV, BBC Radio 4 Today programme., First Edition - mobile phone radiation, BBC Breakfast TV - same

Times of India, Independent, Herald, Scotsman, Gulf News - Access costs for internet too high, Gulf News on globalisation and again on HR issues, Guardian - drug testing at work,

Other recent programmes include: BBC TV Newsnight, BB2 TV Midnight Hour (twice), ITV The Time - The Place, BBC TV Kilroy (again), GMTV - discussion, Grenada TV - debate, BBC TV Scotland - debate, ANC News, Greek TV, German TV, Norwegian and Australian TV, Japanese TV

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Patrick Dixon has given keynotes on a wide range of trends to audiences in North America, Central America, Latin America, Western Europe (European Union), Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Baltic States, Scandinavia, Africa, Central Asia, South East Asia and Asia Pacific.  Countries visited include: Australia, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Burundi, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, Estonia, Fiji, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Estonia, Hungary, India, Italy, Ireland, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Latvia, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, New Zealand, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States and Zimbabwe.



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