The RSA provides a live audio stream for most events.We are taking a short break for the Summer. Our programme starts again in early September 2014, if you need your RSA audio fix visit our podcast pages there's plenty to choose from.
Next live audio stream
A Brief History of Humankind
9th Sep 2014, 13:00
Historian Yuval Noah Harari was awarded the Polonsky Prize for Creativity in the Humanistic Disciplines. His magnum opus 'Sapiens' challenges everything we know about being human – our thoughts, our actions, our power, and our future.
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