Audio & Video

NPR - Weekend Edition

From Divided States, A 'United' Nation -- Thanks to These Men

October 12, 2013

PRI - The World

Simon Winchester’s Atlantic book

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November 11, 2010

NPR - Morning Edition

'Vast Ocean Of Stories' In Biography Of The Atlantic

November 4, 2010

Art of the Atlantic

The Strand celebrates the writing, painting, architecture and music inspired by the ocean with Simon Winchester.

October 14, 2010

ABC Brisbane

Richard talks to Simon Winchester at the Brisbane Writers' Festival.

September 3, 2010

BBC - Americana

Gunpowder - Compass - Printing

August 8, 2010

BBC - From Our Own Correspondent

Plans to extend America's Appalachian Trail to Africa

July 17, 2010

BBC - From Our Own Correspondent

Village newspapers fight back in New England

Chapter 6
May 6th, 2010

National Committee on United States - China Relations

Jones Day China Lecture Series - Meet the Author: Simon Winchester

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May 1st, 2010

Late Night Live, ABC Australia

Interview with Phillip Adams

British writer and volcano-watcher Simon Winchester talks about what we might expect from future volcanic rumblings in Iceland. And he tells Phillip about an intriguing cache of documents he found in a New Hampshire attic which tell the story of Arctic voyager (and accused cannibal) Adolphus Washington Greely.

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April 29th, 2010

PBS

'Krakatoa' Author on Iceland Volcano's Parallels With Eruptions Past

April 16th, 2010

The Guardian

End-of-the-world literature

Following last week's Icelandic 'ashpocalypse', we look at disasters great and small in literature. Simon Winchester describes the eruption of Krakatoa in 1883, and Xan Brooks and Damien Walter discuss apocalypse fiction
April 25th, 2010