Dr Neil Stanley Independent Sleep Expert

Media appearances by Dr Neil Stanley

I am regularly quoted in the UK and international media on sleep and sleep related issues. My experience, knowledge and understanding of all aspects of sleep means I am able to comment on news stories as well as providing background information on and explanation of the latest research findings. I am available 24/7 for comments, quotes and interviews. Listed below are some of the publications/programmes that have interviewed me, although many others have quoted me. Television In 2004 I was the Scientific consultant to Channel 4/Endemol “Shattered” (Although my role was very much behind the scenes of the main programme I did appear on-screen in the E4 show after each episode, you can watch the C4 programme here Ep1, Ep2, Ep3, Ep4, Ep5, Ep6, Ep7) International:- CTV 6 O’clock News (Canada) * CNN Business Traveller (US) Read  * Al-Jazeera News (Qatar) * CTV Atlantic Breakfast Show (Canada) * Huffington Post Live (US) * Today (US)  Watch * UK:- BBC Six O'clock News * Health: Truth or Scare, BBC1 * Breakfast News BBC1/News 24 * Vanessa, Channel 5 * Kilroy, BBC1 * Richard and Judy, Channel 4 * Ever Wondered, Open University/BBC2  Read * Celebrity Big Brother Little Brother * GMTV * Lunchtime Live, Meridian * Trust Me I’m a Doctor, BBC2 * Sky News * Southern Eye, BBC1 * Esther Show, BBC2 * Brainwaves, Meridian * Here and Now, BBC1 * The Time ... The Place, Anglia * Carlton People, Carlton * 1 to 3, Sky One * The 11 O’clock Show, Channel 4 * Meridian Report, Meridian * Einstein TV * Inside Out, BBC South West * Technofile, Sky One * Big Brother Little Brother * Radio International:- FM4 ORF (Austria) * Radio City (Ecuador) * Columbia National Radio (Columbia) * Talk Radio Europe (Spain) * Newstalk 106, Dublin * The Current, CBC (Canada) * Charles Adler Show (Canada) * FM104, Dublin * Anna-Livia FM, Dublin * Los Originales. La X. Cadena Todelar (Colombia) * CARACOL Cadena Radial Colombiana (Coloumbia) * Radio New Zealand Listen * HealthRadio.net (US) UK:- BBC World Service:- The World Today * Health Matters * Newsday Matters BBC Radio Five:- Up all Night * After Hours * The Jab * Nicky Campbell Show * Richard Bacon Show * Stephan Nolan Show * Phil Williams Show * Tony Livsey show BBC Radio Four:- Science Now * Woman’s Hour * Case Notes * You and Yours * The Sleepless Society * PM BBC Radio 2:- The Chris Evens Drivetime Show * The Jeremy Vine Show * The Simon Mayo Show * The Chris Evens Breakfast Show BBC Scotland * BBC Wales * BBC Asian Network * BBC Ulster * BBC Local:- Three Counties * Solent * Essex * Southern Counties * Northampton * Foyle * London * Leeds * Wiltshire * Norfolk * Derby*  Manchester * Lincolnshire * Devon * Surrey & Sussex *  Hereford & Worcester * Tees * Shropshire*  Kent * Suffolk * Cambridge * Oxford *  Coventry and Worcester * Berkshire * Sheffield * Gloucestershire * Humberside * Merseyside * Cumbria * Stoke * Somerset * Cornwall * Guernsey Commercial Radio:- Radio Kerry LBC 97.3 * LBC News 1152 * Pure FM * Asian Star * Forest  FM * The Thread * Big City Radio * British Forces Broadcasting Service * Kemet FM * Radio Cardiff * Radio Plymouth * Oldham Community Radio * Liberty Radio 963 * Wey Valley Radio * Independent Radio News * Viva! Radio * 94.6FM The Eagle* Talk Sport Radio * Future Radio * Town 102 * BBC Newcastle * Heart Solent * Capital South Coast * WFM* Radio New Zealand * 96.3 Radio Aire * Five FM, N. Ireland * Radio Norwich 99.9 FM * Swansea Sound * Star Cambridge * North Manchester FM * Yorkshire Coast Radio * BOBfm * Lincs FM 102.2 * 96.5 Bolton FM * The Breeze - South * Lyca 1458 * U105, Belfast * Pulse 2 Listen * Virgin Radio * Wessex FM * Rutland Radio * Radio Saltire * Wycombe Sound * Forest FM * UCB1 * Meridian FM * Luke and Lucy FM Listen Press International:- The Sydney Morning Herald (Aus) *  Verdens Gang (Norway) * Søndagsavisen (Denmark) * ViVa (UAE) * Elle Decoration (Germany) * Actief Wonen (Belgium) * Ladies Home Journal (US * The Toronto Star (Canada)  Could sleep divorce be the answer? * The Chicago Tribune (US) * The Huffington Post (US) * * ABC (AUS) Bed-sharing can ruin your health and your marriage * The New Zealand Herald * The New York Times (US) Do You Sleep With Your Spouse? * The Times of India Sleeping with partner may harm your health, love life * The Wall Street Journal (US) ‘Til Sleep Do Us Part? * Lifestyle.msn.co.nz * The Irish Independent * The Age (AUS) A real eye opener  * Elle (Canada) Give your body a spring cleaning * Fox News (US) The Secret to a Happy, Healthy Marriage? Separate Beds * Playboy (US) * CNN Rise and shine: Wake up to an enhanced life The cost of sleeping on the job * Furniture Today (US) British sleep expert mixes health insights with humor * Harper's Bazaar (Russia) * Krakow Post (Poland) How to sleep * Japan Times U.K. warms to idea of Japanese-style office naps * Elle (Malaysia) Better sleep tips * National Geographic (US/UK) Caffeine—What's the Buzz? UK:-  New Scientist * The Times * Woman’s Own * Cosmopolitan * The Independent Sleep and success are likely bedfellows * Red * The Sunday Telegraph * Men’s Health 5 steps to better sleep, The pill that will change your life * News of the World * Zest Expert sleep issues clinic, How to work power napping * Family Circle * Focus * The Mail on Sunday *The Surrey Advertiser * Woman’s Health 12 Easy Ways To Get Your Beauty Sleep * Real * FHM * The Daily Express 10 steps to sweet dreams * The Daily Record * Sliming World * Readers Digest * Tesco Healthy Living * The Sunday Express * Country Living Nature's night nurse: sleep well naturally * Prima * Health Plus * Modern and Mature * Jewish Chronicle * Spirit & Destiny * Norwich Evening News * Essentials * Now * OK! Sleep tight * Good Housekeeping Get what you need in bed - a good night's sleep!, Five sleep myths, Natural healing remedies to help body and soul * Marie Claire Tiredness 'increases sleepwalking risk', Sleeping could help you lose weight read, read * The Sun How to beat 24/7 exhaustion, Sleep is keeping your baby slim * Glamour Are You Getting Enough Sleep?, More Couples Are Sleeping in Separate Beds * Saga Sleep myths * LS media Not A Morning Person? * The Economist From A to Zzzzz * What Car Government tackles sleepy drivers * Metro Can you beat sleep? * Times Higher Educational Supplement Lost land of Nod * The Observer Bed sharing bad for your health * Healthy Magazine Sleep Well* Stylist You look tired, Not looking exhausted * Mr. Porter How to get a good nights kip * BT.com Sleep yourself slim, Darkness can be good for you,7 ways to stop your bed becoming a battle zone, 3 ways to sleep yourself to better health * The Evening Standard Early risers * The Debrief Jet lag at work  The Daily Mirror The couple who sleep apart, Waking up a lot, Break your holiday sleep cycle, Could insomnia destroy your life?, Gadget to see off insomnia The Guardian Tips for beating 'semisomnia', Are separate beds the key to a good night's sleep?, I’m so tired I'm falling asleep at work, How to sleep well – and not be lonesome, Can too much sleep kill you?, Golden slumbers, Sleeping on the job, Sleep tight, Night fever   The Daily Telegraph Britons spend 37 minutes 'listening to wave sounds' to get to sleep, One in ten Britons 'taking pills to get to sleep', Device to help people beat insomnia, Sleep disorder 'could be accurately diagnosed from sound of sufferers’ snoring', Saved from the midnight Madonna, Sleeping with your partner could be bad for your health, NHS spend on sleeping pills 'has risen by a fifth', The City that never sleeps, Dawn start and a late night curry for 'warriors of the road', Feeling sleepy today, What kind of sleeper are you  The Daily Mail A night in a sleep lab, Are you a lark or a night owl?, So THAT'S why you keep waking up!, Could children diagnosed with ADHD just need better sleep?, Jet lag, Can't stop cat napping?, 50 ways to live to 100, Why sleep is so vital, Waking nightmares, Too tired for pillow talk, I've got a problem in the bedroom, Lack of sleep could be fatal, The bright side of darkness, Hands off the snooze button!, Trying to get to sleep? A chat with your partner might do it,Cap that could beat insomnia by cooling your brain, Health news, One in ten Brits rely on pills to doze off at night, Good night, sleep right, Yes, you CAN sleep like a baby, Three hours of sleep can be enough, Wake up...to insomnia, Doctor, you can't be serious!, Could sleeping apart perk up your love life?, Pupils given sleep lessons, Britons getting just 6 hours of sleep a night, Sweet dreams: How to get a good night's sleep, Want the dream marriage? Then sleep in separate beds, After ten years of snore wars and duvet snaffling, separate beds saved our marriage, Want to lose weight? Go to bed and get some sleep, Separate beds at 28: Why would a loving couple want  to sleep apart?, The world's first jet lag pill to beat long-haul blues, Doctors' DIY secrets, How much sleep do you really need?, The unlikely rules experts follow to stay healthy, Could your pillow be making you tired?, Are you one of the millions of Britons suffering from 'semi-somnia'?, New 'sleep machine' could signal the end of insomnia, The top tips for happy snoozing, Your bedside clock could be bad for your health, Sweet dreams are made of cheeseSleepwalker, age 15, found curled up on crane, Why men fall asleep after sex, Danger TV or a big yawn?, Bedtime texts affect memory, A good night's sleep in a bottle of milk, farmers claim, A splint that could end snoring, The watch that can diagnose depression, Why women really are the stronger sex, 25 health resolutions, 6-common sleep myths busted, Snoring rooms, Weekend lie in danger, Insomnia app BBC online Liking a lie-in in people's genes, Full Moon 'disturbs a good night's sleep',NZ woman 'drove and texted while asleep', Fragmented sleep 'harms memory', Beds. Too good to share!, Sleep advice, Full Moon 'disturbs a good night's sleep', Sloth's lazy image 'a myth', Insomnia effects countered in lab, Women 'underestimate their sleep', Time to 'reclaim the night' for sleep, Scrubbing up: Your comments, Bed sharing 'bad for your health', Clock change may cause tiredness, Sleeping soundly 'boosts memory', Sunday 'worst sleep' of the week, Energy drinks 'make you sleepy', Bed sharing 'drains men's brains', A lie-in may help you lose weight, Personalised 'brain music' helps sleep, Drug cuts need for sleep, Sleep 'key to longer life', Child behaviour 'linked to sleep', Sleep problems linked to suicide, Sleep 'influences diabetes risk', Avoiding food 'may beat jet lag', Tiredness 'raises sleepwalk risk', Body clock 'control switch' found, No sleep means no new brain cells, Why we snooze after Sunday lunch, Didgeridoo 'helps sleep problems', Drug 'reverses sleep lack effect', Doctors taught to sleep soundly, Sleepwalkers who have 'sex sleep', Simple formula for staying awake, Morning coffee 'not best boost', Sleep drug boost for shift workers, Sleep - plus practice - makes perfect, New vaccine 'could cure snoring', No sleep 'renders brain erratic', Medical plea key to Buck's defence, Lack of sleep 'raises cold risk', Body clock reset clue discovered, Bad sleeping 'doubles heart risk', Poor sleep clouds moral judgement, Doubt cast on body clock theory, 'Near death' has biological basis, Sleep loss 'harms route memory', Lack of sleep 'worrying Britons', Mental skills 'worse after sleep', 'My wheezing kept me awake', Most 'get as much sleep as ever', Obesity linked to lack of sleep, Daylight 'aids baby night sleep', Baby sleep problems lead to drugs, Battle fatigue 'like being drunk', Woman's Hour -Shift work, Woman's Hour -Why are sleep disorders on the increase?, Are you getting enough?, Why do Buddhist monks sleep upright?, Why do teenagers sleep late?, Teenagers not getting good sleep, Stop all the clocks, Long-haul MPs face nightmare commute, Didgeridoo 'helps sleep problems', The yawning gap, Are you wasting your life?   NHS Choices - Hidden causes of weight gain 
© Dr. Neil Stanley 2013-2017