Adrian Berry, 4th Viscount Camrose

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Adrian Michael Berry, 4th Viscount Camrose (born 15 June 1937) is a British journalist, writer, and nobleman.

Adrian Berry was educated at Eton College and Christ Church, Oxford.

From 1977 until 1996 he was science correspondent of The Daily Telegraph and on stepping down from that position he became the paper's consulting editor (science). He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, and a Fellow of the British Interplanetary Society.

In 1967, he married Marina Beatrice Sulzberger, daughter of Cyrus Sulzberger (a member of the family which owns the New York Times) and Marina Tatiana Ladas.

Publications[edit]

  • The next ten thousand years: a vision of man's future in the universes (London: Cape, 1974), ISBN 0-340-19924-5
  • The iron sun: crossing the universe through black holes (London: Cape, 1977), ISBN 0-340-23231-5
  • From apes to astronauts (London: Daily Telegraph, 1980), ISBN 0-901684-60-0
  • High skies and yellow rain (London: Daily Telegraph, 1983)
  • The super-intelligent machine: an electronic odyssey (London: Cape, 1983), ISBN 0-224-01967-8
  • The Next 500 Years (London: Headline, 1995), ISBN 0-7472-4395-6
  • Ice With Your Evolution (1986), ISBN 0-245-54394-5
  • Galileo and the dolphins: amazing but true stories from science (London: B.T. Batsford, 1996), ISBN 0-7134-8067-X
  • The giant leap: mankind heads for the stars (London: Headline, 1999; rev. edn, London: Headline, 2000), ISBN 0-7472-1977-X

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Peerage of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Michael Berry, Baron Hartwell (disclaimed for life)
Viscount Camrose
2001–
Succeeded by
Current Holder