20 public talks and technical seminars on a range of topics from morphic resonance to consciousness to creativity.
40+ conversations with Mark Vernon, psychotherapist, author and scholar of ancient philosophy.
10 dialogues exploring a range of spiritual topics with Marc Andrus, the Episcopal Bishop of California.
60+ far-reaching discussions with close friends Ralph Abraham and Terence McKenna.
Public debates between Rupert and Prof Lewis Wolpert, Prof Chris French, Prof Peter Atkins and others.
A discussion about "nothing" with Dartmouth College professor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, Amie Thomasson.
11 talks with Andrew Weil, celebrated physician and pioneer in the field of integrative medicine.
5 talks covering angels, God consciousness, morality and more with Matthew Fox, author and theologian.
Rupert and Charles talk metaphysics, meditation, Sam Harris and secular commodification.
A discussion of materialism, spirituality and how we might break free from the machine metaphor.
IONS Chief Scientist Dean Radin talks with Rupert about science and intuition.
Talks with long-time friend and University of California Professor of Mathematics, Ralph Abraham.
Cultural ecologist and author David Abram helps Rupert answer the question; What is magic?
From the Institute of Art and Ideas (IAI), talks with the world’s leading thinkers.
- Gordon White: Rune Soup Podcast 47 min
- Erik Davis: Setting Science Free 59 min
- Joseph Milne: Nature and Modern Science 1 hr 22 min
- PBS Interview: A Glorious Accident 1 hr 39 min
A "fantastic chat, unsurprisingly" with podcaster Gordon White, Jan 2018. Regarding post-materialism Gordon asks, are we winning? In answer Rupert updates us on the state of science and spirituality.
A dialogue with Erik Davis in his Expanding Mind series on Progressive Radio Network. November 12, 2015
Rupert and Joseph Milne talk about nature and science in our modern world. Temenos Academy, July 13, 2009.
Also available in video. From the enormously successful PBS series, listen to Rupert explain his hypothesis and give experimental and circumstantial evidence: What is morphic resonance?