CHANNILLO
Who am I? Who are you?
By Ray Noble

Series Description:

An antidote to the 'gene-centred' view of what makes us who we are, this series considers topical issues reflecting how we see ourselves. From genetic modifications to end of life decisions, how do these issues influence our self perspective?  What makes us who we are? Join me on this journey of discovery. We may be surprised by what we find. 

Category: Columns
Updated: Every Other Week
Status: Completed



Author Bio For Ray Noble:

Ray Noble is an academic, medical ethicist, author, writer and singer, composer and arranger, and lead singer with the Oxford Trobadors.   He is News Editor for Voices from Oxford and an Honorary Senior Lecturer at University College London and Honorary Professor of Medical Ethics at a medical school in India. He studied zoology and biomedical sciences at Manchester and Edinburgh Universities. He has appeared on The Stephen Nolan show (Radio NI), Woman's Hour (BBC Radio 4), Nightwaves (BBC Radio 3) and various TV programs including 21st Century Girl's Guide to Sex and The Unofficial World Record of Sex.  He has published work on a wide range of subjects across science, humanities and politics. He is  author of It Wasn't Always Late Summer and writes a regular blog as Song of Life







Series Description:

An antidote to the 'gene-centred' view of what makes us who we are, this series considers topical issues reflecting how we see ourselves. From genetic modifications to end of life decisions, how do these issues influence our self perspective?  What makes us who we are? Join me on this journey of discovery. We may be surprised by what we find. 

Category: Columns
Updated: Every Other Week
Status: Completed


Author Bio For Ray Noble:

Ray Noble is an academic, medical ethicist, author, writer and singer, composer and arranger, and lead singer with the Oxford Trobadors.   He is News Editor for Voices from Oxford and an Honorary Senior Lecturer at University College London and Honorary Professor of Medical Ethics at a medical school in India. He studied zoology and biomedical sciences at Manchester and Edinburgh Universities. He has appeared on The Stephen Nolan show (Radio NI), Woman's Hour (BBC Radio 4), Nightwaves (BBC Radio 3) and various TV programs including 21st Century Girl's Guide to Sex and The Unofficial World Record of Sex.  He has published work on a wide range of subjects across science, humanities and politics. He is  author of It Wasn't Always Late Summer and writes a regular blog as Song of Life