“Most people don’t read books. One of my debates got 150,000 views in a week on YouTube. You’d need to have a really best-selling book to reach that number of people” Idler, December 2023, by Tom Hodgkinson.
"If you want to learn meditation, you can learn it online or go on courses; but if you want to learn how to pray, it’s much harder." Church Times, 23 February 2018, by Terence Handley MacMath.
Scientific American Cross-Check
Interview from July 2014, by John Horgan.
The Sun Magazine
February 2013, by Mark Leviton.
Rupert talks with Dr Marc Bekoff, discussing psychic behavior in pets and the relevance of some recent studies. Issue 10: Winter 2000.
A British journalist, author and campaigner on health and environment issues, Oliver's interview with Rupert, Living Well in the Non-Materialist World, appeared in the Jan, 2018 edition of Resurgence & Ecologist magazine.
"Rupert Sheldrake: the 'heretic' at odds with scientific dogma", February 2012.
From April 2003, by Cecelia Goodnow.
The Intelligent Optimist
Interview from November 2005, by Jay Walljasper.
Sheldrake's view is widely shared by many people indeed by so many that it's seen as a looming problem in Britain and Europe as people increasingly look upon science as a tool of corporations and big government, not an institution that benefits average citizens. Kids seem less inclined to pursue careers in the field and taxpayers are growing reluctant about financing research.
By Matthew Cromer
Rupert discusses his current position on the problem of opening skeptical minds to the possibility of perinormal phenomena.
By John David Ebert
A dialogue between Matthew Fox and Rupert Sheldrake.
Interview from July 11, 2002. Translated by Helmut Lasarcyk.
Mavericks of the Mind
Interviews by David Jay Brown