A compelling journey of discovery from broadcaster, podcaster and rescue dog tweeter @Ruskin147
After a 40-year career at BBC News, most recently as Technology Correspondent, Rory has written and broadcast on a wide range of subjects. Always On: Hope and Fear in the Social Smartphone Era was published in 2021. Ruskin Park: Sylvia, Me and the BBC, his latest book out this year, is a memoir of his mother and the BBC from wartime radio broadcasts to the golden era of TV drama. Rory appears on the Movers and Shakers podcast with Jeremy Paxman and others discussing life with Parkinson’s. He will be in discussion with BBC Health Editor Hugh Pym.
Rory Cellan-Jones was the BBC’s principal technology correspondent until 2018. He now writes an influential substack column on medical innovation and tech. Through this and his 320k+ twitter followers @ruskin147 he spreads awareness of technological developments in the fields of medicine, health care and – more specifically – Parkinson’s. Together with Jeremy Paxman and several others he has begun a new podcast on Parkinson’s called Movers and Shakers.