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‘ Baroness Susan Greenfield CBE was made a people’s peer in 2001. Susan Greenfield is the first female director of the Royal Institution of Great Britain. In 1994 she was the first woman to give the Royal Institution Christmas lecture and has subsequently made a wide range of broadcasts on TV and Radio, as well as appearing as the scientist in a variety of interviews and pieces, such as ‘Visionaries in Tomorrow’s World’ and ‘Innovations’ on BBC Breakfast TV. She has also participated in more general programmes such as ‘Start the Week’, ‘Any Questions’, ‘Desert Island Discs’ and ‘Question Time’. Susan presented a series of 4 half-hour programmes for BBC Radio 4, on drugs and has presented numerous TV programmes but is probably best known for “Brain Story,” a major six part series on the brain and mind, broadcast on BBC2.’

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