TV, radio, and video presence, webinars, and podcasts

Conspiracy Theories in the Time of COVID (30 June 2020). Cornell Alliance for Science panel.

The Conspiracy Theory Handbook (28 June 2020). Blurry Photos podcast.

Unraveling the world of conspiracy theories and misinformation. (23 June 2020). Salaamedia podcast (South Africa).

Konspirationsteorier (10 June 2020). Sverige Radio (in Swedish).

The return of reality? (2020, June 7). BBC Radio 4.

Inside COVID-19 conspiracy theories: from 5G towers to Bill Gates. 60 Minutes Australia. (7 June 2020).

Episode 1143. (29 May 2020). The David Feldman Show.

REBELS WITHOUT A CLUE The psychology of Corona rage (27 April 2020). The Bunker podcast.

Tin Foil Hats Prevent Covid (April 2020). Cited podcast.

How dangerous are conspiracy theories? Listen to part five of our expert guide (13 April 2020). The Anthill podcast, The Conversation.

Die Szene der “Klimaleugner” (10 March 2020). German Radio SWR2.

Stephan Lewandowsky on climate denial (15 February 2020). “Waste Not Why Not” podcast.

The Strange World of Conspiracy Theories (11 February 2020). Austrian Radio ORF.

Populism (5 November 2019). Kfm radio Kildare, Ireland.

Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology (16 October 2019). Interview in connection with Science Ethics Politics Day 2018.

What are we made of? (7 October 2019). Apple Podcasts (Wiley Science).

Freedom of speech in the YouTube era (18 July 2019). BEME News.

Yes, it’s worth arguing with climate change deniers and anti-vaxxers – sometimes (8 July 2019). 3CR855AM Community Radio.

Irrwege und Irrsinn (19 April 2019). Deutschlandfunk. (in German).

Science meets Parliament (6 February, 2019). European Parliament.

Panorama (25 January 2019). Lithuanian TV (LRT).

Living in the Future’s Past. Documentary film by Susan Kucera and Jeff Bridges. (release on 5 October 2018).

Psychologie der Impfkritik Nano. Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen [in German]. (12 September 2018).

Creationism is linked to conspiracism.  Politics and Reality Radio, Washington, D.C. (27 August 2018).

“Post-truth” politics: Democratization of information or gateway to authoritarianism. (Video of public presentation at Technotopia, Bristol Engine Shed, 22 February 2018).

A flood of misinformation and fake news — Hacking Humans. (The Cyberwire podcast, 7 June 2018).

Simple steps to fight fake news. (The Bristol Cable, 7 May 2018).

Professor Stephan Lewandowsky on the Backfire Effect. (Adam Ruins Everything, 7 May 2018).

Sorting fact from fiction in a post-truth world. (University of Melbourne, Pursuit, 11 April 2018).

Conspiracy theories (26 March 2018). Episode of Not Fact! on Science channel, Russian TV (in Russian).

How Facebook’s Past Data Policy Has Come Back to Haunt It (24 March 2018). Wall Street Journal.

You’re doing it wrong (BBC Radio 4, Series 1, Episode 3 of 5). (2018, 14 March).

You’re doing it wrong (BBC Radio 4, Series 1, Episode 1 of 5). (2018, 28 February).

BBC The Big Questions (Bath Spa University, 25 February 2018).

Williams, R. (2018, 24 February). Why people deny scientific findings (The Science Show, ABC Australia).

Parkland Institute conference. (University of Alberta, Edmonton, November 2017).

Terra Informa – The Cognitive Science behind Climate Change Denial. (January, 2018). Podcast, University of Alberta. (archived).

Adam Ruins Everything (October 18, 2017). Professor Stephan Lewandowsky on the Backfire Effect.

New Video: How not to communicate climate. (produced by Peter Sinclair, Climate denial crock of the week).

Adam Ruins Everything (Broadcast on TruTV, U.S., August 29, 2017).

The Biggest Lies Ever Told? Part One: WMDs. (produced by the University of Bristol, July 2017).

Being open but not naked: Balancing transparency with resilience in science. Keynote presented at 5th World Conference on Research Integrity, Amsterdam, 29 May 2017.

“Research in Action” podcast: Distrust in science. (produced by Oregon State University, August 2017).

Interview about Trump and “post-truth” (produced by PerthUSAsia Center, Apr 2017).

#REMforum 2017 speaker interview (produced by University of St.Gallen, Mar 2017).

Ep 1: Stephan Lewandowsky and origins. (podcast produced by Evidence Squared)

Anthill 7: On belief. (podcast produced by The Conversation, November 2016).

Panel discussion: Benefits and unintended consequences of transparency (produced by Springer Nature, Oct 2016).

Uncertainty, knowledge and climate change (produced by The Royal Society, Dec 2015).

How to communicate uncertainty (produced by Acclimatise, Sep 2015).

Webinar about the Uncertainty Handbook (produced by Climate Outreach, Sep 2015).

In whose hands the future? (Produced by Climate Crocks, March 21, 2014).

The cognition of climate change denial (produced by The University of Sydney, Oct 2013).