Robin Ince is best known for his special way of presenting scientific ideas. He co-presents the Sony Gold Award winning Radio 4 series The Infinite Monkey Cage with Professor Brian Cox. He has toured solo shows about consciousness, Charles Darwin, and physics, as well as writing and presenting documentaries about the history and psychology of self-help, comedians and melancholy.
He has curated, produced and hosted entertainment experiences that mix science, music and comedy at The Hammersmith Apollo and across the UK.
In recognition of his services to science he has received Honorary Fellowship of UCL, an honorary doctorate from Royal Holloway College (University of London), and is a fellow of the British Science Association.
Robin has written Robin Ince's Bad Book Club, and Sticks and Stones, a play for the Hammer Chiller series. He also presents the podcasts, Robin and Josie's Utter Shambles which gets over 100,000 hits a month, and Vitriola Music with Michael Legge, which mixes nonsense, arguments and discussions on the latest music releases. Robin's numerous TV and radio appearances include Just a Minute, Mock the Week, and Never Mind the Buzzcocks.
He has won three Chortle Awards, including the Time Out Outstanding Achievement Award and was nominated for Best Live Show at the British Comedy Awards.