Jonnie Hughes is a science writer and filmmaker with over twelve years of experience in communicating science to a broader public on radio, television, in print, and face-to-face. He is an award-winning writer and documentary filmmaker and regular contributor to Geographical Magazine, BBC Wildlife Magazine, The Guardian, and The Times.
His films have aired on National Geographic, Discovery, BBC One and Two, and Channel 5. He has won the Association of British Science Writers and the Wellcome Trust Awards for science writing and a BBC Radio One Award for factual radio and the American Genesis Award for Best Popular Television Documentary. He lives in London, England.
This biography was last updated on 08/14/2012.
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In the video Q&A below, Jonnnie Hughes discusses "The Evolution of Ideas (and Ourselves)" - the subject of his book, On the Origin of Tepees.
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