Interview for Booklaunch (2020) Philip Seargeant on The Art of Political Storytelling, 7 September.
Sipahimalani, S. (2020) With Political Storytelling, Emotions Trump Reason, Money Control, 29 August.
Spens, C. (2020) The Art of Political Storytelling: Unravelling the spin that put Trump and Johnson in power, The Irish Times, 15 August.
Guest on Lexis podcast, Episode 7, July 30 2020.
Interview on Late Night Live with Phillip Adams (Australia) (2020) Stories, politics and post-truth, 23 July.
Gallagher, G. (2020) A decade of emoji: How aubergines and crying faces connected us all online, The Independent, 17 July.
Guest on The Bunker podcast, Leadership lessons from Keir and Klopp, 1 July 2020.
Suárez-Mier, J. M. (2020) Cuentacuentos, Código Tlaxcala, 30 June.
Brotzel, D. (2020) Five new books to read in lockdown this week, The Herald, 27 June.
Interview on the Moncrief show, Newstalk, 11 June 2020.
Roche, F. (2020) “The Art of Political Storytelling” : la politique, entre art narratif et fake news, L’Express, 9 June.
Shrimsley, R. (2020) The Art of Political Storytelling — how leaders win hearts, Financial Times, 4 June.
BookAnon (2020) BookReview: The Art of Political Storytelling by Phillip Seargeant, 14 May.
Stokel-Walker, C. (2020) The Rishi Sunak Yorkshire tea debacle exposes abuse – and that no one understands sponsored content, i Paper.
Pietikäinen, S. (2020) Do you speak English? The link between language and identity, Europe Street, 24 February.
Wright, M. (2020) Gender-neutral Santa Claus and man in wedding dress among new emoji, Daily Telegraph, 30 January.
Interview on Showcase, TRT World (Turkey) 29 January 2020.
Kimball, W. (2019) The Dreadmoji, Gizmodo, 31 December.
Yalcinkaya, G. (2019) This decade, memes became a coping mechanism for our chaotic times, Dazed, 20 December.
Interview on NTV (Turkey) (2019), 6 December 2019.
Stokel-Walker, C. (2019) Why everyone should get behind the campaign for a biryani emoji, Wired, 8 December.
Interview on John Beattie Show, BBC Scotland, 20 November 2019.
Interview on Digital Trends Live, November 19 2019.
Gant, J. (2019) University students now study EMOJIS in degree courses including language, marketing, psychology and politics, The Daily Mail, 19 November.
Wright, M. (2019) Emojis now a ‘serious area of academic study’, The Daily Telegraph, 18 November.
Stubbs, H. (2019) Smiley Lectures: Students are now studying EMOJIS in degrees at universities across the UK, The Sun, 18 November.
Ouellette, J. (2019) Never mind the naysayers: Emoji are a vital part of online communication, Ars Technica, 12 November.
Power, R. (2019) Happy Back to the Future Day: Seven Books That Will Propel Your Business Into the Future, Forbes, 20 October.
Hayward, F. and Faulconbridge, G. (2019) Boris Johnson’s magniloquent tongue reaps political gold, linguists say, 23 July.
Niklas, J. and Barros, L. (2019) Figurinhas viram febre nos celulares e inspiram debates sobre o futuro da comunicação, 29 June.
Williams, L. (2018) Calling Boris Johnson By His First Name Is As Problematic As That Tweet Suggest, According To These Experts, Bustle, 27 June.
Tamanna, Y. (2017) Young people on: fake news, Parent Zone, 24 November.
Burns, J. (2017) Fake news: Universities offer tips on how to spot it, BBC News, 9 November.
Gander, K. (2017) In defence of the emoji: how they are helping us communicate better than ever, The Independent, 3 October.
Saner, E. (2017) Donald Trump and the ‘rise’ of scare ‘quotes’, The Guardian, 14 March.
Demianyk, G. (2017) ‘Alternative Facts’ Have Arrived In British Politics But They’re Not As ‘Orwellian’ As Trump’s, The Huffington Post, 29 January.
Sutcliffe, C. (2017) How to reestablish the primacy of news brands on social, The Media Briefing, 5 January.
Elmes, J. (2017) Teach students to navigate fake news, say researchers, Times Higher Education, 2 January.
Vaughan, R. (2017) Teach students how to spot fake news stories, say academics, i News, 2 January.