Charlotte was one of ten winners of the BBC/Arts and Humanities Research Council New Generation Thinkers in 2012-13 and is a regular contributor to BBC radio.
She has won over research funding from a number of academic bodies including:
The Wellcome Trust (UK); the Fulbright Commission; the Royal Irish Academy; the Irish Research Council; the Brocher Fondation (Switzerland); the Society for Applied Philosophy (UK); the Royal Institute of Philosophy (UK), the Ruhr University (Germany); the University of Basel (Switzerland); University College Dublin (Ireland).
Newstalk Breakfast with Susan Keogh Newstalk Radio, Dublin. Interview on anxiety and depresson rates among Ireland's youth. [Listenership: 128,000 (July 6th, 2019)
Interview on Sunday Sequence, on philosophy in schools. BBC Radio Ulster, Belfast (January, 15th, 2017) [Listenership: 10,000]
George Hook Show, Newstalk Radio, Dublin. Interview on Philosophy Ireland launch. [Listenership: 128,000 (August 30th, 2016).
George Hook Show, Newstalk Radio, Dublin, Interview on my Irish Times Feature on philosophy in schools. [Listenership: 128,000] (May, 2016).
TBS Primetime, Seoul, South Korea, the biggest English language radio station Interview with Henry Shinn on evoluionary psychology. (March 24th, 2016)
Interview with Jonathan McCrea on evolutionary psychology and philosophy of medicine.[Listenership 50,000] (December 5th, 2015).
Free Thinking, BBC Radio 3, London. Interview with Anne McElvoy to discuss the nature of psychiatric diagnosis with historian D. Matthew Smith ahead of Brocher Symposium on DSM V. 10pm. [Listenership 200,000] (May 8th, 2014)
BBC Radio Ulster, Northern Ireland. Invited interview with William Crawley on ‘Sunday Sequence’ to discuss research on doctors and the placebo effect.Listenership 10,000] (March 24th, 2013)
Nightwaves, BBC Radio 3, London. ‘The Medicine Game’. Recorded live at the Free Thinking Festival and broadcast on Nightwaves, 10.45pm.
Nightwaves, BBC Radio 3, London. Interview with Samira Ahmed to review ‘Saving Lives’ exhibition at the Imperial War Museum North for Nightwaves,
Nightwaves BBC Radio 3, London. ‘The Placebo Effect and Medical Deception’. ‘Essay’8.15pm. (23.10 minutes into show)
Arts Extra, BBC Radio Ulster, Northern Ireland. Interview with Marie-Louise Muir on the nature of philosophy ahead of a one-day introductory philosophy conference in Queen’s University, Belfast for the station’s flagship, weekday arts programme. 6.45pm, [Listenership: 15,000]. (September 20th, 2011)
Arts Extra, BBC Radio Ulster, Northern Ireland. Interview with Marie-Louise Muir on my Irish News feature [see ‘Newspapers’] – why philosophy should be introduced more widely into the Northern Irish school curriculum for the station’s flagship, weekday arts programme. 6.45pm
[Listenership: 15,000] (July 19th , 2011)
Festivals & Speaking Events
British Academy Event at Imagine: A Festival of Ideas Panel discussion on 'Machines, morality, and the future of healthcare'. (March 23rd, 2017)
The Storey Institute, Lancaster. ‘Philosophy for Everyone’, Philosophy in schools and the community, (February 1st, 2017)
Bord Gais Theatre, Dublin.
(July 1st, 2016)
Medicine Unboxed Cheltenham,UK.
Debate with the philosophers
Dr. Julian Baggini and Professor Deborah Bowman .
(November 17th, 2013)
RTE One: Interview for a documentary entitled Futurevisions: Can philosophy save Ireland? The also included an interview with President Michael D. Higgins. RTE One (September 3rd, 2019).
TG4: Interview for a documentary on Dr John Bodkin Adams, a notorious Irish GP (1899-1983) who was a suspected serial killer. (October 2017).
BBC 2 Newsnight Consulted by reporter
Jim Reed for research on a feature on
(July 11th, 2013)
Newspapers & Blogs
October 28th, 2019
Circulation: 1.3m monthly. December 19th, 2018.
December 19th, 2018.
Readership – print journal: 161,000 daily. January 9th, 2017.
Article shared: 74,196 times; 477 comments by January, 16th, 2019. January 9th, 2017.
Readers: 10m per month. December 6th, 2016.
Irish Daily Mail. Front page and pages 2, 12 coverage of Philosophy Ireland launch. page 1: 'Philosophy course for our schools'; page 2: 'Thinking caps are pulled on as philosophy hits schools'; page 12: 'Get priorities right'
Readership - print & online: 217,000. August 29th, 2016.
Readership: 85,000. August 28th, 2016
Readership: 250,000 monthly. June 13th, 2016.
Readership: 250,000 monthly. June 3rd, 2016).
Readership: 85,000. May 2nd, 2016
May 25th, 2015. Circulation: 275,000 bi-monthly.