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Catherine De Lange, Features Editor at The New Scientist - Everything You Need To Know for a Healthy, Happy Brain
"A great book that helps you look after the most powerful computer you will ever have." - Jay Jayamohan
Cat has spent almost a decade writing and editing stories about the human mind and body. Her work has been widely published including in Nature, The Observer, BBC and The Washington Post. She has worked on TV programmes such as the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures, as well as radio documentaries including BBC Radio 4's Dear Professor Hawking.
We are hosting a members' Books for Breakfast with Cat on 19th Jan at Soho House. Connect with us for guest list details .
Anna Machin - Why We Love : The New Science Behind Our Closest Relationships
"This book opens the Pandora's Box on this most complex and puzzling aspect of what it is to be human." - Robin Dunbar
Dr Anna Machin is an Evolutionary Anthropologist. She studied Anthropology at Oxford Brookes University and University College London before gaining her PhD from Reading University in 2006. Following this she joined the Social and Evolutionary Neuroscience Research Group.
David Hendy - The BBC: A People's History
"A superb account of an institution that was both the Auntie and Teenage Rebel of British society from the Great War to the culture wars."- Robert Gildea, Professor of Modern History , Oxford University
David Hendy is Professor of Media and Communication at the University of Sussex. His books include Life on Air: A History of Radio Four, which won the 2008 History Today-Longman Book of the Year Award and was nominated for the Orwell Prize.