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Reviews of Dermot Turing’s Books
Strips away the encrusted hagiography that has developed around Alan Turing in recent years … a passionate argument for the lessons we should draw from his life and his extraordinary scientific achievements.Robert Hannigan, Former Director of GCHQ, April 2021
Fascinating and highly readable… My wife Rohini and I feel particularly grateful to have a special link to [Alan Turing] through our house in Coonoor …. where Alan’s mother lived for many years.Nanden Nilekani, Chairman and Co-Founder of Infosys, April 2021
Dermot compels us to learn from his uncle’s incredible life and many achievements in our own pursuit of creating a better world for all.Liz Carr, Actress and Comedian, April 2021
The anecdotes flow as Dermot warms to his theme. ‘Prof’ really is a cracking read and no engineer’s library is complete without it on their shelves.Nick Smith, Engineering and Technology, November 2015
Articles about Alan Turing
Dermot Turing has also contributed to recent articles about Alan Turing.
Alan Turing — awkward, solitary loner? Not according to a new book by his nephew. The Times.
Cracking the code: Alan Turing’s nephew reveals why public acclaim for the genius of Bletchley Park is more about today’s attitudes than his achievements. The Sunday Post.
The philanthropy of Alan Turing. University of Manchester, Faculty of Science and Engineering Blog.
Alan Turing’s legacy should be for his triumphs, rather than his tragedy. Science Focus.
Talks about Alan Turing
The Buzz Podcast. Alan Turing. Dermot Turing and James Sumner. September 2020.
A Reagan Forum with Sir Dermot Turing. The Mythology of Alan Turing. Dermot Turing draws on insights gained during the research for his book “Prof: Alan Turing Decoded” to discuss whether the Imitation Game is myth or reality. January 2016.
Talks at Google. Man and Machine. Alan Turing and the Development of the Computer. January 2016.
Sourcing Photographs of Alan Turing for a Publication or Documentary
The Turing family transferred its archive of photographs of Alan Turing to King’s College, Cambridge. They are held as part of the Turing Digital Archive under reference AMT/K/7. Requests for permission to reproduce can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to: The Archivist, King’s College, Cambridge CB2 1ST.