title_books, 2021, review of Too Big to Walk, 'It is a must read for any dinosaur enthusiast...' [on] Instagram, 17 January.
Matthews, Brendan, 2021, documentary with Brian J Ford on spontaneous human combustion, Peninsula Television, CBS Television, 20:00-21:00h, 31 January.
title_books, 2021, review of Nonscience Returns, 'It is certainly ahead of its time ... inimitable style' [on] Instagram, 11 February.
David Mauriello, 2021, extended interview with Brian J Ford on Nonscience Returns book, Oppenheimer Ranch Project blog, 7 March.
Mayumi Ito, 2021, documentary with Brian J Ford on spontaneous human combustion, Japan TV, (in production for summer).
Richard Jacobs, 2021, Understanding Viruses, audio-book narrated by Brian J Ford [for] the Finding Genius Foundation, Austin, TX, April.
[BJF, 2021, extracts of first reading for Understanding Viruses audiobook q.v., samples read for quality test, April].
Elizabeth Rayne, 2021, Hugest dinosaurs would have been clumsy on land, because they probably evolved in water, (report on Too Big to Walk, q.v.), SyFy Wire website, 2 June.
Nirmal Narayanan, 2021, Dinosaurs would not have gone extinct if they had developed this technology, (quotes 'Professor Brian J Ford, a popular biologist who authored the book Too Big to Walk: The New Science of Dinosaurs'), International Business Times, 6 June (reprinted in The World News, USA, 7 June).
BJF, 2021, An Evening with Brian - Ready for the Next Pandemic?, online presentation for the Inter/Micro 21 conference, McCrone Research Institute, Chicago, 14 June.
BJF, 2021, Coronavirus on a Human Hair, (extract of above presentation), 18 June.
Rocio Suarez, 2021, Un vigues busca museo para la 'joya' de la microbiologia, (illustrated report on the Camacho microscope), Spain, Vigo: Atlantico, 29 June. [See also: screen grab] also read English translation.
Steve Hewelett, 2021, interviews Brian J Ford for Eyes & Teeth humour podcast, 17 September.
BJF, 2021, Critical Focus No 40, Forgotten Women Who Lit the Way The Microscope 68 (2): 59-70 (published autumn 2021).
BJF, 2021, Leeuwenhoek microscopes, for