Toby Green has participated in many radio and television programmes around the world. He presented the 2006 TV documentary "Yamanas", directed by award-winning Italian director Tullio Bernabei, and the 2014 documentary on the Inquisition broadcast by Discovery Channel. He has appeared on TV news programmes, chatshows and cultural programmes in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Britain, Portugal, South Africa, The Gambia, Turkey and Uruguay. He has been interviewed on Good Morning Gambia, Globo TV's thirty minute "Milenio" interview in Brazil, Sky News Australia, South Africa Broadcasting Corporation's night-time news; and in Portugal, on RTP's flagship cultural programme "A Forca das Coisas", RTP´s Africa channel and TVI´s "Revista da Imprensa". He also presented a short film for the Guardian website on the Darwin bicentenary in 2009.
On radio, he has been a breakfast guest on BBC World Service's Weekend, as well as being interviewed on The World Today and The Forum; and has been interviewed on Radio 3's Night Waves and Free Thinking, Radio 4's Open Book and Excess Baggage, as well as on Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Sunday Brunch and Counterpoint, Radio 2, LBC, Times Radio, Radio London, and The Voice of Islam. He has also been the subject of feature interviews in Big Issue (North) and Times Higher Education.
His books have been the subject of features and reviews in newspapers in Argentina (Clarin, La Nacion), Australia (The Australian), Brazil (O Globo, Veja, Folha de Sao Paulo), Denmark (Dagbladet Information), Egypt (Al-Ahram), France (Le Monde, Liberation), Germany (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung), Guinea-Bissau (O Democrata), Holland (De Volkskrandt, Leeuwarder Courant, NRC Handelsblad), Norway (Aftenposten, Dagbladet, Klassekampen), Portugal (Ler, Sabado), Spain (Diario 16, El Pais), Uruguay (El Pais), and the USA (New York Review of Books, Wall Street Journal).
Green is an experienced public speaker, and in the UK has given public lectures at the British Academy, British Museum, Canning House, Chelsea's Physic Garden, the Royal Botanical Gardens at Edinburgh, the Royal Geographical Society, Tate Modern, and the Dartington Literary Festival. He has also chaired events with the philosopher John Gray at the Royal Society of Arts, the philosopher AC Grayling and the Darwin biographer James Moore.
He has lectured widely internationally, in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish. He has made appearances at events at the Oslo International Film Festival, the Montevideo International Book Fair, Porto's Casa do Infante, the Quai Branly Museum in Paris, and at the Museo Renault in Buenos Aires.
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