Henrietta Bowden-Jones has been interviewed extensively by the Press;  The Times, Financial Times, Guardian, Observer, Telegraph, Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, Vogue, Wired and by Radio and TV; Radio 4 the Today programme, You and Yours, Women’s Hour, The Moral Maze and many other Radio and TV programmes. Henrietta was interviewed about her life and career by Radio 3 Private Passions host Michael Berkeley and has hosted the BBC World Service Emotional Baggage, talking to four people about their experience of migration: June Angelides, founder of Mums In Technology;  Halina Begum, Civil Rights Campaigner; Maya Youssef, musician and composer; and Dina Nayeri, author of The Ungrateful Refugee.

What is ‘gaming disorder’ and how should it be addressed?

DCMS Committee asks experts, including Prof Henrietta Bowden-Jones

BBC Breakfast, BBC News at 1, BBC News at 10

Dr Bowden-Jones appeared on BBC Breakfast, BBC News at 1 and BBC News at 10, this week to speak on the new announcement that gambling machines fixed bets will be reduced to £2 instead of £100.

The Times: Letter on advertising during live sport
Letters to the Editor, The Times

Dr Henrietta Bowden-Jones interviewed by Japanese press

Dr Bowden-Jones interviewed for the Victoria Derbyshire show
2nd February 2018

BBC R4, The Today Programme – Interview on Young People

Appeared on The Today Programme, BBC R4

Wellcome Packed Lunch Interview at the Barbican

At every Packed Lunch, you’ll get an opportunity to hear from a local scientist in conversation with a Wellcome facilitator about their current research.