BJF, 2019 [featuring in] Murder in Soho, who killed Freddie Mills? producer Simon Dales, BBC4, 22:30h, 2 January. (See extract of documentary online.)
Crang, Richard, Sheila Lyons-Sobaski, Robert Wise, 2019, publish Robert Brown microscope photograph [in] Plant Anatomy - a Concept-Based Approach to the Structure of Seed Plants, New York: Springer, p 52.
Report, 2019, Memories of Peter Boizot (with colour photograph), Discover Whittlesea magazine: 45, January.
BJF, 2019, Too Big to Walk - the New Science of Dinosaurs, American edition, New York: HarperCollins Publishers, January 31.
BJF, 2018, Critical Focus No 34: Feces, from Start to Finish, The Microscope 66 (4): 166-176 [publication in February 2019].
Report, 2019, Brian J Ford research publications have 8,000 reads on the
Researchgate site, 2 February.
BJF, 2019, appearance in The Unexplained Files Series 1 program 6, documentary on spontaneous human combustion, 19:00-20:00h, 8 February. (See brief excerpt online.)
Bedoya, Denis, 2019, cites Brian J Ford [in] Well Being: On Memorial Day, a look at How the causes of Battle Casualties have been Modified by American Historical Past, Infosurhoy site: www.infosurfoy.com, 23 February.
Pettit, Harry, 2019, Ancient Egyptians thought ‘holy poo’ from dung beetles held secret to immortality, (quotes "Biology boffin professor Brian J Ford") The Sun online, 7 March. (See also archive file).
Pettit, Harry, 2019, Vinegar sea-sponge insertions and crocodile poo paste – the most bizarre ancient contraceptives revealed, The Sun online, 10 March. (See also archive file).
Syndicated report, 2019, Vinegar sea-sponge insertions and crocodile POO paste – the most bizarre ancient contraceptives revealed, USA Today Post, March 10.
Syndicated report, 2019, Vinegar sea-sponge insertions and crocodile POO paste – the most bizarre ancient contraceptives revealed, The USA Times, March 10.