Interview Michael

Michael Tipper has been interviewed hundreds of times by the popular press over the last 20 years and is available for interview as a subject matter expert (memory development and learning in particular but also leadership and personal development matters), and to comment on related current affairs issues.  He can be contacted by phone or e mail (see below).

Broadcast Media (TV, Radio, Podcast)

If you are part of the broadcast media and have a short notice requirement to find a specialist in the areas of memory development and learning, if he is available, Michael is more than happy to contribute to your programme via telephone or Skype.

Either call him on his mobile phone (+44(0)777 5532612) which is the best way of contacting him for short notice interviews, or send him an e mail (himself@michaeltipper.com).  If you are going to e mail, it is helpful if you can let him know the following:

  • Issue/story that has prompted the need for and interview
  • The top 3 questions you would like addressing
  • The station, programme and presenter name
  • The time of the interview
  • A contact name number for the studio (in case there is a problem calling in)

It would be really helpful for Michael if you are also able to provide a recording of the interview for our own records.

Previous broadcast media appearances include:

  • Channel 4's the Big Breakfast with Sarah Cox - memorised a pack of cards on live TV
  • The Guinness Show with Ian Wright - Attempted a World Record
  • Nickelodeon TV to talk about memory in general
  • Various BBC Radio programmes to discuss memory in general

Printed/Online Media

If you are part of the written/online media and require an interview, Michael is more than happy to contribute in return for the following:

  • Appropriate source attribution to include name and website
  • An pdf copy of the final piece (or a link to the published article if online)

Just e mail him at himself@michaeltipper.com or call him (+44 (0) 777 553 2612) with the following information so a suitable time can be arranged.  Interviews are usually done via Skype.

  • Publication the piece is being written for
  • Deadline date for submission
  • Expected publication date
  • General theme/topic of the piece
  • A list of questions you would like to explore
  • Your name and contact details

Publications Michael has previously been interviewed for:

  • The Times Educational Supplement
  • The Sun
  • Wired Magazine
  • Woman & Home Magazine
  • The Guardian
  • Men's Health
  • The Daily Mail
  • The Mirror