About

James Boswell was born in Shrewsbury in 1967. In 1986 he moved to London to study Physics at Imperial College, and then moved again in 1989, this time to Sheffield, where his research on comets culminated in a PhD awarded in 1994. Having been settled in Sheffield ever since, he is currently a Physics lecturer at the Sheffield International College.

6 responses to “About

  1. Marta

    I keep reading your blog and finding it very interesting –in fact it’s become my favourite source of international news, so congratulations on the journalism. Most professionals do a lot worse, it seems to me, as they’re tied down to the business and/or ideological demands of the media they work for. I guess the downside of your freedom of speech is that you haven’t got the material resources to do research beyond the net. But journalists these days don’t often do proper research, either, and at least you’re managing to sample a number of original perspectives on major issues, which is more than most media can say for themselves.

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  2. Thanks for your comment to the SACA website James.

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  3. Top stuff sir! Would you like to do the odd telephone radio report when you have a new post up?? Tony Gosling http://www.thisweek.org.uk

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  4. Hey there, I gave you an award bouquet on my blog because I really like your writing – no need to follow the rules, just wanted to let you know I appreciate your blog. Cheers!

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  5. Barney

    Really enjoy your insights James, keep up the good work.

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  6. This one read sums up everything that needs said on Fracking, democracy, Trade deals, the environment and where we, as a society, species are going. Respect to you sir.

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