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Ben Woolley is an author and broadcaster covering both the arts and science. His first book, Virtual Worlds, was shortlisted for the Rhone-Poulenc prize and has been translated into 8 languages. His second book, The Bride of Science , examines how the life of Byron's daughter Ada Lovelace, the world's first computer programmer. He was a regular contributor to The Late Show and has won the Arts Journalist of the Year Award. In 1998, he won an Emmy for his script for the Discovery series Three Minutes to Impact.
'Fresh and original Woolley thinks and writes beautifully. This is a distinguished and rather brilliant book - it's also a rattling good story.' Lisa Jardine ''A fascinating, brilliant account of the Renaissance world picture' Kathryn Hughes, New Statesman 'Woolley handsomely captures a society torn between rationality and romance, cynicism and hero worship'. New Scientist 'An informative and enlightening book. It offers concise and lucid explanations of Dee's more abstruse and arcane theories. And it is immensely enjoyable, its narrative exciting and inexorable. I have not read as stimulating a study of the Elizabethan period since Charles Nicholl's book on Marlowe, the Reckoning'. Thomas Wright, Daily Telegraph