Colin Tudge

Colin Hiram Tudge (born 22 April 1943) is a British biologist, science writer and broadcaster.

Tudge was born and brought up in south London and attended Dulwich College, from where he won a scholarship to Peterhouse, Cambridge, studying zoology and English. In his career, he has worked for World Medicine, ''Farmers' Weekly'' and ''New Scientist'', before becoming a freelance writer. In the 1980s he was a regular broadcaster for the BBC, including the BBC Radio 4 science series ''Spectrum''; he wrote and presented ''The Food Connection''; he made one-off documentaries and guest appearances.

He lives in Oxford with his second wife, Ruth West. He was married to Rosemary (née Shewan) and had three children, Amanda, Amy and Robin, the last being an author of political works.

National Life Stories conducted an oral history interview (C1672/12) with Colin Tudge in 2016 for its Science and Religion collection held by the British Library. Provided by Wikipedia
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