anatomist, author and broadcaster
Alice is a clinical anatomist and Professor of Public Engagement in Science at the University of Birmingham. She is also a broadcaster and has presented several BBC science series including The Incredible Human Journey, Origins of Us, Prehistoric Autopsy and Ice Age Giants. She has also presented several Horizon programmes, on BBC2, and Wild Swimming, on BBC4. She occasionally presents Costing the Earth and Inside Science on Radio 4. She writes a regular science column for The Observer, and has authored five popular science books. Her latest book, the Incredible Unlikeliness of Being, is out in September.

Alice's new book

Out September 2014.

"The biggest gap in biology is that between DNA (which is just chemistry) and living creatures. Somewhere, the answer must reside in the embryo and in this book Alice Roberts has set out to find it. With wit and enthusiasm, she succeeds." Professor Steve Jones

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Alice Supports
Link to sustrans website
Link to British Heart Foundation
Link to For Ethiopia Charity
Link to The Monkey Sanctuary charity