Neil Denny

Neil Denny is the Interviews Editor of Little Atoms magazine, and for over ten years the producer and presenter of the Little Atoms Radio Show and podcast, in which capacity he has interviewed hundreds of people from astronauts to zoologists, hosted numerous live events at science and literary festivals, co-created an art installation about space travel, attempted stand-up comedy, and in 2012 drove 6000 miles across America interviewing scientists as part of a Winston Churchill Memorial Trust travelling fellowship.

Articles

Art & Design
Longform
Society

Architects and planners developed a new ideal for living in postwar Britain, but the dream died amid corruption, incompetence and cheapness, John Grindrod tells Little Atoms

Words

Shortly before winning the Man Booker Prize 2016, Paul Beatty sat down with Neil Denny at Watersones Piccadilly in London to talk about his novel The Sellout

Art & Design
Society

The award-winning architecture writer discusses 21st century London

Words

To celebrate World Book Day, Little Atoms presenter Neil Denny shares his favourite podcasts about all things literary

Resonance is an essential part of the cultural landscape

Society

 The Pulitzer-shortlisted journalist talks about investigating nuclear weapons and reveals how close we came to detonating it all

Words

More than 90 years after it was published, The Great Gatsby has a more powerful grip on the imagination than ever. But what exactly is it about F Scott Fitzgerald’s American masterpiece that keeps us coming back? Sarah Churchwell spoke to Little Atoms about where the book came from and why it means so much

Science

Our radio editor chooses his favourite science shows

Science

Neil Denny drove across America for Little Atoms