Sparrow, R. and Savulescu, J., (2016), 'Should doping in sports be unrestricted? A video head-to-head.' Interviewed by Regan Penaluna for 'Nautilus'. (25 August)
Wilkinson, D., (2016), Interview on HFEA decision to approve 'three-person baby’ mitochondrial transfer in UK, Al Jazeera English news channel (15 December 2016).
Hyman, S., (2015). 2015 Loebel Lecture (1/3): Neurobiological materialism collides with the experience of being human. (3 November)
Hyman, S., (2015). 2015 Loebel Lecture (2/3): Science is quietly, inexorably eroding many core assumptions underlying psychiatry. (4 November)
Hyman, S., (2015). 2015 Loebel Lecture (3/3): What is the upshot? (5 November)
Parfit, D., (2015). 'Effective Altruism'. Oxford Union (17 June)
Radcliffe Richards, J., (2015), 'Noble Ancestors and Modern Selves'. This video debate, produced by The Institute of Art and Ideas, looks at whether we ought to look at hunter-gatherer societies as ideal models of the good life. On the panel, as well as Janet, are explorer and documentary maker Bruce Parry; anthropologist Daniel Everett and bio-ethicist Dr. Sarah Chan. Throughout the debate, the panellists discuss why we are fascinated by hunter-gather societies as models of "the good life" and whether there is any plausibility in this conception.
Savulescu, J., (2015), YouTube: Online video on ethics of mitochondrial transfer (2 February)
Lecture 2 of 2: The Dappled Causal World of Psychiatric Disorders: The Link Between the Classification of Psychiatric Disorders and Their Causal Complexity
Since it is unlikely that we can identify a single causal level at which we can define our disorders etiologically, I explore the dappled causal world for psychiatric disorders, through an examination of psychiatric and other literature. I will suggest three primary and progressive goals for psychiatric research: to populate our causal space, to develop multilevel causal mechanisms, and to integrate the resulting neurobiological models with psychological explanations. I will consider how we might best conceptualise psychiatric disorders, and propose a new framework for how their classification might best move forward in time.
Persson, I., (2014), Video: Ingmar Persson on 'moral enhancement', recorded at 'Zukunftkongresse' ('Future Congress') in Wolfsburg, Germany. Professor Ingmar Persson discusses themes from 'Unfit for the Future'. (17 June). Watch video on 2bAHEAD ThinkTank website.
Radcliffe Richards, J., (2014), 'After Evolution: Is culture beyond genetics?', Everything from criminality to love of gossip is in our genes according to some biologists. Yet behaviour varies dramatically between cultures. Does this cultural variation mean that the theory of evolution is flawed? Can it be rescued with a new theory or is culture beyond genetics? Janet joined anthropologist Daniel Everett and evolutionary psychologist Oliver Curry to explore the limits of evolution. Recorded at the HowTheLightGetsIn ideas festival and hosted by Julian Baggini. (May). The Institute of Art and Ideas website.
Savulescu, J., (2013). The Need for Moral Enhancement, TEDxBarcelona, (May) Video
Savulescu, J., (2013), Televised debate (Belgrade) between Savulescu and John Harris on human enhancement technologies on 15 May (in English)
Savulescu, J., (2013), Televised debate (Belgrade) on RTS on 14 May with Peter Singer on human enhancement technologies (in Serbian)
Earp, B., (2013). The Ethics of Male Circumcision, Uehiro Seminar in Practical Ethics, Oxford (7 June) Audio | Video
Sandberg, A, (2012), Interview for 'The What If Machine'. Available on GameSpot and YouTube, Anders comments ethical and practical issues of engineering 'super-soldiers' by genetically modifying humans.
2012 Uehiro Lectures
16 March 2011, 'Relaxing the Ban on Doping'. Keynote speech at ‘Human enhancement - biotechnology in sports’ Conference organized by The Norwegian Biotechnology Advisory Board in collaboration with Anti-Doping Norway. The primary focus of the conference was the use of gene doping, and the use of genetic screening for traits that are beneficial for sports athletes and it was for held for the benefit of athletes, scientists, trainers and the general public. Oslo, Norway
22 February 2010, Julian Savulescu presented at the 2nd St Cross Special Ethics Seminar at St Cross College in Oxford. The presentation, 'Unfit For Life: Genetically Enhance Humanity or Face Extinction', was devised by Professor Savulescu and Professor Ingmar Persson of the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics.
13 October 2009, Julian Savulescu - appears on 'Insight' (Australian broadcast t.v. programme), discussing genetic testing for various diseases and what people do with the information, involving various ethical and moral dilemmas. http://www.sbs.com.au/insight
4 October 2009, Julian Savulescu - 'Unfit For Life: Genetically Enhance Humanity or Face Extinction' presented at the Sydney Festival of Dangerous Ideas
8 July 2009, Julian Savulescu on 'I want to be a Superhero', True Tube (educational videos online) videocast on human enhancement
26 June 2009, Julian Savulescu on 'Fitter, Faster, Future', True Tube (educational videos online) videocast on drugs in sport.