Fund publicity

Radio programmes

Richard Wallace, George Beccaloni and Sandy Knapp (Botany Dept., The Natural History Museum) were interviewed about the project for Radio 4's Today Programme (broadcast at about 7.45AM on Friday 20th August, 1999).

Richard Wallace & George Beccaloni were interviewed on the BBC World Service, Discussion (broadcast on 14th April 2000).

George Beccaloni and Sandy Knapp were interviewed about the project for Radio 4's Today Programme (broadcast in the morning of 14th April 2000).


Anonymous. 1999. Preserving memory of Darwin's mentor. Hertfordshire Star, 22nd September, 1999.

Anonymous. 1999. Appeal to remember ‘forgotten' naturalist. Hertfordshire Mercury, 17th September, 1999: 19.

Anonymous. 2000. Fitting tribute at last to a forgotten man. Hertfordshire Mercury, 28th April, 2000: 26.

Anonymous. 2002. History keeps on evolving. Thurrock Gazette, 27th September.

Anonymous, 2006. Plaque marking life of Usk born naturalist unveiled by grandson. Abergavenny Chronicle, 1st June: 7.

Beccaloni, G. W. 1999. Correspondence. A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund. The Linnean, 15(3): 14-16.

Beccaloni, G. W. 1999. A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund. Newsletter. Society for the History of Natural History, 65: 10.

Beccaloni, G. W. 1999. A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund. The British Journal for the History of Science, 32: 483-484.

Beccaloni, G. W. 2008. Alfred Russel Wallace: A famous son of Grays. Thurrock Gazette, 25th January.

Beccaloni, G. W. 2008. It's only natural to mark anniversary. Daily Echo (Bournemouth), 26th January.

Beccaloni, G. W. & Smith, V. S. 2008. Celebrations for Darwin downplay Wallace's role. Nature (London) 451: 1050.

Churcher, J. 2000. Forgotten scientist now evolves out of relative obscurity. Croydon Advertiser, 21st April, 2000: 6.

Cresswell, J. 2008. Don't let memory of scientist die. Daily Echo (Bournemouth).

Ford, D. 1999. Tribute to a humble genius. Daily Echo (Bournemouth), 31st August, 1999: 3.

Gardiner, B. G. 2000. Editorial. The Linnean, 16(3): 1-2.

Loder, N. 1999. Wallace rescued from a grave injustice. Nature, 400: 489.

McGourty, C. 2000. Did a forgotten naturalist beat Darwin to natural selection? The Daily Telegraph, 12th April, 2000: 27.

Schneider, D. 1999. A monument to modesty. American Scientist, 87: 407-408.

Shepherd, G. R. 1999. "Your point of view". Daily Echo (Bournemouth), 3rd September, 1999: 10.

Tegerdine, P. 2000. Modest hero of science is remembered. Daily Echo (Bournemouth), 17th April, 2000: 4.

Williams, T. 2006. Welshman who made Darwin evolve his original idea. Western Mail, 1st June: 12.

Web articles

Anon. 2006. Natural history legend monument.

Anon. 2006. The Wallace day.

Beccaloni, G. W. 2008. A very famous resident of Usk.

Williams, T. 2006. Welshman who evolved Darwin's original idea.

Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith