2018: The Moral Maze, BBC Radio 4 (debated friendship), November.
2018: 'Offensive language', The Panpsycast Philosophy Podcast, June.
2018: Free Thinking, BBC Radio 3 (debated the concepts of speech and voice), May.
2017: 'Should we embrace an enhanced future?' (interviewed about human enhancement ethics), BBC News, September.
2017: 'Childhood obsesity', (debated social solutions to childhood obsesity) The Fix, BBC Radio 4, August.
2017: 'Swearing', (debated swearing) The Philosopher's Arms, BBC Radio 4, February.
2017: 'Why do people swear?' (interviewed about swearing), BBC News Magazine, February.
2016: 'What's wrong with passive aggression?' Philosophy 24/7, October.
2016: The Verb, BBC Radio 3 (debated swearing), July.
2016: 'The power and history of swearing', Wisconsin Public Radio, June.
2016: FutureProofing, BBC Radio 4 (interviewed about crime and punishment), May.
2016: BBC Radio Oxford (interviewed about swearing), April.
2016: BBC Radio Leeds (interviewed about swearing), April.
2016: 'The ethics of amplified intelligence', Smart Drug Smarts, March.
2016: 'The power of swearing', Saturday Morning, Radio New Zealand, March.
2015: The Moral Maze, BBC Radio 4 (debated human enhancement), November.
2015: Mark Forrest Show, BBC local radio (all stations) (interviewed about swearing), September.
2015: 'You can live for 300 years, but you'll be in prison' (podcast interview about punishment and life extension technology), Gizmodo, August.
2015: 'Swearing', Philosophy Bites, March.
2015: 'Don't mind your language, no one gives a ...' (interviewed about swearing), The Times, February.
2014: 'The rights and wrongs of abortion', Practical Ethics Bites, October.
2014: 'Hell on earth: Radical life extension would give humans the power to create an artificial hell for criminals. Should we?' (interview about technology and punishment), Aeon, March.
2014: BBC Radio Merseyside (interviewed about the risks of home birth), January.
2014: BBC Coventry and Warwickshire Radio (interviewed about moral decision making), January.
2013: ‘Little green men’ (excerpt from ‘Human engineering and climate change’), Harper's Magazine, August.
2012: ‘Bioengineer humans to tackle climate change, say philosophers’ (interview about ‘Human engineering and climate change’), The Guardian, March.
2008: Kulturzeit (filmed giving a lecture on speculation in ethics), 3sat (Germany), November.
2007: ‘The defeat of sleep’ (interviewed about philosophical issues relating to cognitive enhancement), BBC Radio 4, broadcast 16 April, 9pm; repeated 12 February 2008, 11am.
Roache, R. 2019: 'The new midlife crisis', MIT Technology Review, 21st August.
Roache, R. 2017: 'The death of languages', Aeon, 12th October.
Roache, R. 2016: 'Honestly, it's fine!', Aeon, 1st December.
Roache, R. 2016: 'Naughty words', Aeon, 22nd February.
Roache, R. 2015: 'Are there any powerful swearwords left?' The Ethics Centre, 4th November.
Roache, R. 2015: 'Does punishment need to be unpleasant?' Aeon, 6th May.
Roache, R. 2015: 'Should a Belgian murderer be allowed euthanasia?', BBC News Magazine, 7th January.
Roache, R. 2013: ‘How technology could make “life in prison” a much longer, tougher sentence’, Slate, 12th August.
Roache, R. 2010: ‘Should religion be an excuse for carrying daggers?’, BBC News Magazine, 9th February.
Roache, R. and Björkman, B. 2009: ‘The ethics of keeping a child from its parents’, BBC News Magazine, 16th February.
Roache, R. 2009: ‘Has the University missed the point in the debate about animal research?’, Oxford Magazine, January.
My posts at Oxford's Practical Ethics blog are here.