Dr Bradbury has been interviewed by the media on many occasions including:


Dr Bradbury has been interviewed for a variety of daily and weekly newspapers including the Times, the Guardian, the Observer, the Sunday Times, Scotland on Sunday, the New York Times, the Daily Mail, the Sunday Telegraph etc.

Her work has been the subject of in-depth interviews in the Independent, the Guardian and the Saturday Times.

Magazines and journals

Dr Bradbury is regularly approached by journalists writing magazine articles, mainly about the psychological impact of cosmetic surgery. These include Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Grazia, Zest etc.


Dr Bradbury has given live and pre-recorded interviews on a wide variety of radio programmes from the impact of disfigurement in the developing world (World Radio) to discussion programmes on the psychological impact of ageing (Radio 2). Other topics have included cosmetic surgery and young people (Radio Ulster), children undergoing reconstructive surgery (Medicine Now, Radio 4), hand transplantation, face transplantation, disfigurement, and innumerable commentaries and discussions on the psychological impact of cosmetic surgery.


Dr Bradbury has participated in many television programmes. These include popular discussion programmes such as Richard and Judy, documentaries about the impact of disfigurement, programmes examining the phenomena of cosmetic surgery and "fly-on-the-wall" documentaries about hospital life such as "Jimmy's".

Her work has been the subject of a few in-depth documentaries, on the topics of children with disfigurement, surgery to change the appearance of people with Down's Syndrome and counselling people before cosmetic surgery. She has also been heavily involved in specialist documentaries such as "Michael Jackson's Face".