Robert Winston joined Classic FM to present four shows in December 2012 focusing on everything from drinking songs to pastoral music.
Professor Robert Winston picks the Tracks of My Years, with songs from the Rolling Stones and Gary Barlow.
Robert Winston looks at music with a scientist’s eye, testing the data behind our emotions, in a series that seeks to fully understand our relationship with the power of sound.
Series in which Robert Winston explores the relationship between the music and the medical conditions of composers who suffered mental and physical illness.
In an episode of this long running series, Robert Winston went on a journey to learn how to play the saxophone, despite not having played a musical instrument since he was eleven year’s old. After months of tutoring and meeting some of the UK’s top saxophonists, Winston performed for a full house at the Royal Albert Hall.
Medicine in the Year 2000 Prix Futura Award, Berlin, (1975).
Your Life in Their Hands five series of thirty programmes BBC Television (1979-87)
Making Babies BBC 1, seven programmes (1996),
The Human Body BBC 1 series, eight programmes, (1998) National Television Award, three BAFTAs, Peabody Award, Emmy Nomination, BMA Gold Medal Award.
Secret Life of Twins BBC1 series (1999) BMA Gold Medal Award
Superhuman BBC1 series (2000), six programmes BMA Gold Medal Award, Emmy nomination.
Child of Our Time BBC1 series, (2000 -present)
Human Instinct BBC1 series, three programmes (2002) Emmy Nomination, Golden Panda Award
DNA: Threads of Life BBC1 (2002) Winner Paris Science Film Festival and Emmy Nomination
Walking with Cavemen BBC1 series, four programmes (2003)
Human Mind BBC1 series, three programmes (2003)
Mary Shelley: Frankenstein BBC 1 (2003)
How to Sleep better: BBC1 (2004)
Casualty: Transplant programme BBC1 (2005)
Story of God, three programmes BBC1 (2005)
How to Improve your Memory BBC1 (2006)
Child Against All Odds BBC1, six programmes (2006)
Time Shift (TV series documentary) (2012 – narrator)