' One of the UK’s finest and most imaginative writers, Alan Moore, discusses the meeting of science and fiction, his own inspirations from the world of scientific discovery and whether there is room for the mystical in a rational world. With Robin Ince.' The Festival takes place from March 12-25, with more than 180 mostly free events for the public to choose from. Organisers are hoping for a record turnout after last year’s total of 35,000 visitors.

Funny Somewhat Topical Ecard: You there: Fuck off! And when you get there, fuck off from there too. Then fuck off some more. Keep fucking off until you get back here. Then fuck off again.

Does science ruin the magic of life? In this grumpy but charming monologue, Robin Ince makes the argument against. The more we learn about the astonishing behavior of the universe -- the more we stand in awe.

Robin Ince ponders The Importance of Being Interested for 2013 UK Tour. The award-winning writer applies more science and fun to new solo shows. Tickets on sale now, from

Robin Ince's Bad Book Club One Man's Quest to Uncover the Books That Taste Forgot, Robin Ince, Sphere

Science, comedy, and society: Brian Cox and Robin Ince answer your questions – podcast

Infnite Monkey Cage podcast BBC Radio Four Witty, irreverent look at the world through scientists' eyes. With Brian Cox and Robin Ince

Play 12 episodes of "The Infinite Monkey Cage" -- BBC radio's witty, irreverent look at the world through the eyes of scientists, and comedians. Hosted by Brian Cox and Robin Ince

'Can you grow potatoes on Mars?’: Brian Cox and Robin Ince answer your questions

'Can you grow potatoes on Mars?’: Brian Cox and Robin Ince answer your questions | Science | The Guardian

Got a question for Brian Cox and Robin Ince? We want to hear it

This week we’ll be speaking to the physicist and the comedian ahead of the latest series of The Infinite Monkey Cage and we want to ask them your questions?

'Can you grow potatoes on Mars?’: Brian Cox and Robin Ince answer your questions

In this week’s New Statesman: The Christmas double issue, guest edited by Brian Cox and Robin Ince

Brian Cox and Robin Ince, in felt form, discussing the Incomplete Map of the Cosmic Genome.

In this high energy and passionate talk, Robin Ince explains to the audience just how remarkable and complex the human brain is. Robin Ince is a British stan.

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