William Park is a writer and editor based in London, UK. He is the Editor of BBC Programme Partnerships, a team that produces long-form science series on sustainability, tech, food and culture. Before this, he has been on staff at The Times and Sunday Times, and written for Quartz and Monocle.
William writes about sport, culture, health and design, but has a particular interest in relationship psychology. Asking why we fall in love, gaslight, ghost, get the ick, and a multitude of other dating behaviours, he searches for the science behind attraction. You can read his column for the BBC on relationship psychology, Laws of Attraction, here.
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Some of his other features include interviewing enthusiasts who believe a long-extinct species of wolf still lives in remote mountains in Japan, speaking to “expert talkers” (people who use language to save lives and respond to emergencies) and investigating the complex effects of rising sea levels on farmers in Bangladesh.
He has also presented radio packages for the BBC on psychology, design and technology and is open to broadcasting or public speaking opportunities.
William graduated with a First-Class BSc (hons) in Zoology from the University of Hull and an MSc with Merit in Science Communication from Imperial College London. He is a keen photographer, misses Suffolk, makes eggnog well and has two Blue Peter badges.
You can contact him on Twitter @williamhpark or by email at info [at] williamhpark [dot] com.