Representative webinar and live interview
- (2019) 'Problems -> Questions -> Solutions: Addressing classroom challenges' (plenary webinar at 35th SPELT (Society of Pakistan English Language Teachers), Karachi, 29 September 2019.
- (2015) 'TEFL interviews 11: Richard Smith on ELT history'. The TEFLology Podcast: a podcast about language teaching and applied linguistics.
Other webinar / invited lecture recordings
- 2020. First Annual Antonieta Celani Distinguished Lecture, on 'Historiography in Applied Linguistics'. Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo, Brazil (online), December 2020.
- 2020. Keynote paper on 'Research for super-difficult circumstances: where to start, and how to go on', 1st TESOL Society of Bangladesh International Virtual Research Conference on 'Contextualizing research in challenging times', December 2020.
- (2020) 'Exploratory Action Research as educational innovation' (invited webinar for Comunidad de docentes innovadores en acción, Faculty of Education, Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola, November 2020.
- (2020) 'An invitation to research' (invited webinar for BBELT (Mexico) Teacher Research Special Interest Group), 8 June 2020.
- (2020) 'Teacher-research: from first steps to mentoring' (invited British Council India webinar), May 2020.
- (2018) ‘Ideas and strategies for low-resource classrooms’ (invited British Council webinar with Amol Padwad and Deb Bullock), October 2018.
- (2018) ‘An introduction to Exploratory Action Research’: invited webinar for UNRWA teachers in Gaza at the invitation of the Hands Up Project. Part 1: https://youtu.be/57Z2P08pTvo. Part II: https://youtu.be/TpHL5ui0luo, September 2018.
- (2016) ‘Learning from the past: researching ELT history’: invited IATEFL Research SIG webinar, January 2016.
- (2014) 'Teacher-research as CPD, in practice’ (invited British Council webinar with Paula Rebolledo). British Council, November 2014.
Other interviews (print and 'live')
- (2020) 'Exploring territories of teacher research' (Interview by Santosh Mahapatra). Fortell (A Journal of Teaching English Language and Literature) 41: 122–128.
- (2020) Interview about learner autonomy, teacher-learner autonomy, difficult circumstances and pedagogy of autonomy as a rescue strategy (Interview by Ronaldo Gomes Jr.) Language Learning Lives no. 1.
- (2018) 'The International Festival of Teacher-research in ELT'. (Interview by Deborah Bullock). ELT Research 33: 32–36.
- (2018) 'One-on-one: Interview with Richard Smith' (interviewer: A. P'Rayan). The Journal of English Language Teaching (India). 60/1: 8–16.
- (2018) 'Research by teachers for teachers: Richard Smith on teacher research' (Interviewer: D. Xerri). English Teachers Association Switzerland (ETAS) Journal. 35/2.
- (2015). ‘Teaching English in difficult circumstances: A conversation with Dr Richard Smith’ [with L. Prasad Ohja]. NELTA Forum July (special issue on ‘Teaching English in difficult circumstances’).
- (2014). 'Teacher development, teacher-research, and autonomy' [with Simla Course]. Independence 61. Pre-publication version.
- (2014) 'TEC14 interview with Richard Smith' (on innovation in teacher education) [Interviewer: Paul Braddock]. British Council India.
- (2013) 'An interview with Richard Smith' (on learner development) [Interviewer: Darren Elliott]. https://darrenrelliott.wordpress.com/lives-of-teachers
- (2013) . ‘Exploring teacher-learning: Interview with Richard Smith, Learner Development SIG co-founder’ [with A. Barfield]. Learning Learning 20/2: 44-49.