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Appleyard was educated at Bolton School and King's College, Cambridge and after graduating with a degree in English, he became Financial News Editor and Deputy Arts Editor from 1976 to 1984 at The Times. Subsequently he became a freelance journalist.
Currently he is a special feature writer, commentator, reviewer and columnist for The Sunday Times. He also reviews books for the New Statesman. He has also written for, among other publications, The New York Times, Vanity Fair, The Spectator, The Daily Telegraph, The Times, The Independent, The Tablet, The Times Literary Supplement, Literary Review and The Sun.
- The Culture Club: Crisis in the Arts (ISBN 0-571-13279-0 (pbk))
- Richard Rogers: a biography (ISBN 0-571-13976-0 (pbk))
- The Pleasures of Peace: Art and Imagination in Postwar Britain (ISBN 0-571-13722-9 )
- Understanding the Present: Science and the Soul of Modern Man (ISBN 0-330-32013-0 (pbk))
- The First Church of the New Millennium: a novel (ISBN 0-385-40485-9 )
- Brave New Worlds: Genetics and the Human Experience (ISBN 0-00-257021-1 )
- Aliens: Why They Are Here (ISBN 0-7432-5685-9 )
- How to Live Forever or Die Trying - Published 22 Jan 2007 Simon & Schuster (ISBN 978-0-7432-6868-4)
- The Brain is Wider Than the Sky: Why Simple Solutions Don't Work in a Complex World - Published 2011 - (ISBN 978-0-297-86030-3)
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