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Pascal Bruckner

The Tyranny of Guilt

19 Apr 2010
Pascal Bruckner, award-winning author

Heather Brooke

Secrets, Surveillance and the State of British Democracy

15 Apr 2010
Heather Brooke, award-winning campaigner and journalist

Eric Kaufmann

Religion, Demography and Politics in the 21st Century

15 Apr 2010
Eric Kaufmann, reader in politics, Birkbeck College, University of London

Christian Salmon

Storytelling: How narratives shape our reality, ideas and behaviour

08 Apr 2010
Christian Salmon, writer and researcher, the Centre for Research in the Arts and Languages, CNRS

Phillip Blond

Red Tory: The future of progressive Conservatism

01 Apr 2010
Phillip Blond, author, political thinker and director, ResPublica

Richard Lambert

Doing Good is Good Business? From rhetoric to reality

30 Mar 2010
Richard Lambert, director general, the CBI

Philip Zimbardo

The Secret Powers of Time

25 Mar 2010
Philip Zimbardo, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, University of Stanford

John Kay

Obliquity: Why our goals are best achieved indirectly

24 Mar 2010
John Kay, economist and FT columnist

Jeremy Hunt

The Future for the Arts?

22 Mar 2010
With Ben Bradshaw and Jeremy Hunt MP

Bill Nighy

What Should Everyone Know?

22 Mar 2010
Including: Bill Nighy, Shami Chakrabarti, Richard Curtis, Nicholas Christakis, Rebecca Goldstein, Lord Bingham, Desmond Tutu, Robin Dunbar, Steven Pinker and others.

Peter Snowdon

Back From the Brink

18 Mar 2010
Peter Snowdon, political journalist

Jeremy Rifkin

The Empathic Civilisation

15 Mar 2010
Jeremy Rifkin, author and political adviser

Richard Curtis

The Robin Hood Tax

09 Mar 2010
With Jeffrey Sachs, Alan Beattie, Richard Curtis, Bill Nighy, Clare Melamed and Major Ivor Telfer

Rebecca Goldstein

Reason, Fiction and Faith

05 Mar 2010
With Rebecca Goldstein and Steven Pinker

W.G. Runciman

Visions of the Good Society

04 Mar 2010
W.G. Runciman, author

Nicholas Christakis

Connected

25 Feb 2010
Nicholas Christakis, social scientist

Robin Dunbar

How Many Friends Does One Person Need?

18 Feb 2010
Robin Dunbar, evolutionary anthropologist

Lord Bingham

The Rule of Law

11 Feb 2010
Lord Bingham, one of the most influential judges of the 20th century

David Halpern

The Hidden Wealth of Nations

08 Feb 2010
David Halpern, director of research, the Institute for Government

Desmond Tutu

The Importance of Inclusion to the London 2012 legacy

04 Feb 2010
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu

John Lanchester

Whoops! - Implications of the economic crisis

04 Feb 2010
John Lanchester, author and journalist

David Willetts MP

The Pinch

03 Feb 2010
David Willetts MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Universities and Skills

Jaron Lanier

You Are Not A Gadget

01 Feb 2010
Jaron Lanier, philosopher, digital guru and architect of Virtual Reality

Matthieu Ricard

The Art of Meditation

01 Feb 2010
Matthieu Ricard, philosopher

Jack Straw MP

A National Victims' Service

27 Jan 2010
Rt Hon Jack Straw MP, Justice Secretary

Dan Pink

Drive

27 Jan 2010
Dan Pink , author

Professor Patrick Haggard

The Anatomy of an Action

25 Jan 2010
With Professor Patrick Haggard, A.C. Grayling, Barry Smith, Anil Seth

Stewart Brand

Whole Earth Discipline

19 Jan 2010
Stewart Brand, ecologist and futurist

Tom Chatfield

Fun Inc

13 Jan 2010
Tom Chatfield, journalist and author

Chris Rudge

Living by Giving

12 Jan 2010
With Chris Rudge, A C Grayling and Professor James Neuberger

Barbara Ehrenrich

Smile or Die

11 Jan 2010
Acclaimed journalist, author and political activist Barbara Ehrenreich explores the darker side of positive thinking.

Ben Schott

Re-Views the Year: 2009

10 Dec 2009
Ben Schott is the author of Schott's Miscellanies and Almanacs

Tzvetan Todorov

In Defence of the Enlightenment

03 Dec 2009
Tzvetan Todorov is a philosopher

Joel Waldfogel

Scroogenomics

03 Dec 2009
Joel Waldfogel isEhrenkranz Family Professor in the Business and Public Policy Department at the Wharton School.

Slavoj Zizek

First as Tragedy, Then as Farce

24 Nov 2009
Slavoj Zizek is a philosopher and author.

Kevin Slavin

Playing the City

18 Nov 2009
Kevin Slavin is a games designer and co-founder of Area/Code

Dr Rowan Williams

New Perspectives on Faith and Development

12 Nov 2009
Dr Rowan Williams is the Archbishop of Canterbury

Sir John Rose

Creating a High-Value Economy

10 Nov 2009
Sir John Rose is the chief executive of Rolls Royce

Stephen Dubner and Steven Levitt

SuperFreakonomics

10 Nov 2009
Steven Levitt is an economist and Stephen Dubner is a journalist.

Cameron Sinclair

Sustainability As A Matter of Survival: 10 Years of Architecture for Humanity

09 Nov 2009
Cameron Sinclair is the co-founder of Architecture for Humanity

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