Robin Ince
Robin Ince
Robin is best known for presenting the BBC radio show The Infinite Monkey Cage with physicist Brian Cox. His books include Robin Ince's Bad Book Club (little Brown) and two volumes of horror stories by comedians, Dead Funny (Salt).
From neurodivergent meltdown to lucid thinking: Understanding the mind of someone with ADHD
ADHD brain
Robin Ince

From neurodivergent meltdown to lucid thinking: Understanding the mind of someone with ADHD

You can grow up to be Morrissey or you can grow up to be Johnny Marr – which are you?
Johnny Marr
Robin Ince

You can grow up to be Morrissey or you can grow up to be Johnny Marr – which are you?

The difference between Glasgow and Edinburgh? Glasgow's beauty is not overt, but subtle and beguiling
The Glasgow studio of the Duke of Wellington
Robin Ince

The difference between Glasgow and Edinburgh? Glasgow's beauty is not overt, but subtle and beguiling

Lady Macbeth's dress, experimental poetry and a midnight train to Watford – all in a day's work
Robin Ince with Book illustrator Marcia and his friend Kate
Robin Ince

Lady Macbeth's dress, experimental poetry and a midnight train to Watford – all in a day's work

To the Salvation Army, I am now a porn purchaser – but it was a case of mistaken identity
Robin Ince

To the Salvation Army, I am now a porn purchaser – but it was a case of mistaken identity

Have you heard the one about the Jordan Peterson fan club? No, seriously
Jordan Peterson speaking with attendees at the 2018 Student Action Summit hosted by Turning Point USA at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach, Florida
Robin Ince

Have you heard the one about the Jordan Peterson fan club? No, seriously

I say 'hello' when I walk into shops and smile at strangers. Yes, I know, I'm a monster
Robin Ince

I say 'hello' when I walk into shops and smile at strangers. Yes, I know, I'm a monster

I never knew my mother before her accident. Maybe I was the lucky one
Robin Ince

I never knew my mother before her accident. Maybe I was the lucky one

Spirit of independence should be cherished in these corporate times
The shopfront of Pugh & Son
Robin Ince

Spirit of independence should be cherished in these corporate times

Conspiracy theories are increasingly becoming accepted fact – but science tells the best stories
Astronaut James Irwin during the 1971 Apollo 15 mission
Robin Ince

Conspiracy theories are increasingly becoming accepted fact – but science tells the best stories

Travelling by train in UK has become a story of hope over expectation
Robin Ince

Travelling by train in UK has become a story of hope over expectation

Robin Ince: 'Performing at three festivals in three days is a fitting end to Fringe month'
Robin Ince on a wooden stage
Robin Ince

Robin Ince: 'Performing at three festivals in three days is a fitting end to Fringe month'