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Jason Burke

The 911 Wars

06 Sep 2011
Jason Burke is chief reporter for the Observer

Timothy Wilson - Redirect

Redirect

01 Sep 2011
Professor Timothy Wilson is a renowned social psychologist

Samir Mahklouf

Have the elites failed? Lessons from the Arab spring for Israel and Palestine

14 Jul 2011
Dr Claire Spencer, Rt Hon Dennis Macshane MP, Tal Harris, Samer Makhlouf and Matthew Taylor

Simon Mainwaring

We First Capitalism

14 Jul 2011
Simon Mainwaring, award-winning social brand consultant and author.

John Healey MP

Can the Government be trusted to reform the NHS?

11 Jul 2011
With John Healey MP, Dr Evan Harris, Jennifer Dixon, Stephen Dorrell MP and James O'Brien

Rye Barcott

It Happened on the Way to War

07 Jul 2011
Rye Barcott, co-founder, Carolina for Kibera

Nicola Mendelsohn

The Mad Men We Love to Hate: Our changing relationship with advertising

07 Jul 2011
With Nicola Mendelsohn, Lord Watson, Sam Delaney and Matthew Taylor

Martin Seligman

Flourish

06 Jul 2011
Martin Seligman, founder of the Positive Psychology movement

Professor Raymond Tallis

Neuromania? The possibilities and pitfalls of our fascination with brains

05 Jul 2011
Professor Raymond Tallis, philosopher, poet, novelist and cultural critic

Dr Paul Howard Jones

What is the Internet Doing to our Brains?

04 Jul 2011
Dr Paul Howard Jones, leading expert in neuroscience and education

Paul Bloom

Why Do We Like What We Like?

30 Jun 2011
Paul Bloom, evolutionary psychologist

Eli Pariser

The Filter Bubble: How the hidden web is shaping lives

23 Jun 2011
Eli Pariser, online pioneer, founder, Avaaz.org and President, MoveOn.org.

Kerri Facer

Education for Uncertain Futures

20 Jun 2011
With Professor Becky Francis, Dr Patrick Hazelwood, Carolyn Unsted, Professor Keri Facer and Dougald Hine

Tomas Sedlacek

The Economics of Good and Evil

16 Jun 2011
Tomáš Sedláček, chief macroeconomic strategist, ČSOB

Simon Baron Cohen

Zero Degrees of Empathy

14 Jun 2011
Professor Simon Baron Cohen, expert in autism and developmental psychopathology.

Ian Leslie

Necessary Lies

09 Jun 2011
Ian Leslie, writer and commentator

Matthew Taylor - Enlightened Enterprise

Enlightened Enterprise

09 Jun 2011
Matthew Taylor, chief executive, RSA

Tim Harford

Adapt: Why success always starts with failure

06 Jun 2011
Tim Harford, author, columnist and presenter of Radio 4's "More or Less"

Gary Lachman

Carl Jung - Legacy and Influence

02 Jun 2011
With Mark Vernon, Robert Rowland-Smith and Gary Lachman

Sherry Turkle

Alone Together

01 Jun 2011
Sherry Turkle, MIT technology and society specialist

Doug Saunders

Arrival City: How migration is reshaping our world

31 May 2011
Doug Saunders, journalist and author

Jonathan Wolff

Ethics and Public Life

31 May 2011
Jonathan Wolff, professor of philosophy, UCL

Julian Baggini

What Does it Mean to be You?

26 May 2011
Julian Baggini, author, editor and co-founder, The Philosophers' Magazine

Margaret Hodge MP

Can we ever have a grown-up debate about immigration?

23 May 2011
With Margaret Hodge MP, Peter Lilley MP, Matthew Taylor, Robert Winder and James O'Brien

David Brooks

The Social Animal

19 May 2011
David Brooks, New York Times columnist

Michelle Bachelet

UN Women: A new mandate for gender equality

16 May 2011
Michelle Bachelet, under secretary general, UN Women

Dr Peter Millican

Hume at 300

12 May 2011
Nicholas Phillipson and Dr Peter Millican.

Edgar Cahn

Building the Core Economy

11 May 2011
Edgar Cahn, founder of the global TimeBanking movement

Joseph Nye

The Future of Power

10 May 2011
Joseph S. Nye, one of America's leading policy intellectuals

Alan Renwick

The RSA/Hansard Society AV Debate

05 May 2011
With Dr Alan Renwick, John Rentoul, Robert Colvile and Ruth Fox

Brian Christian

A Defence of Humanity in the Age of the Computer

04 May 2011
Brian Christian, author

Richard Layard

Happiness: New Lessons

18 Apr 2011
Richard Layard, professor of economics, LSE

Chandran Nair

Constraining Consumption

18 Apr 2011
Chandran Nair, CEO, the Global Institute For Tomorrow

Paul Gilding

The Great Disruption: How humankind can thrive in the 21st Century

13 Apr 2011
Paul Gilding, independent writer and adviser on climate change and sustainability

Jim Harter

New Metrics for a New Era: The Gallup-Healthways UK Well-Being Index

12 Apr 2011
With Jim Harter PhD, Ben Leedle, Jim Clifton, Dr David Halpern, Paul Allin and Matthew Taylor

James Gleick

The Information

11 Apr 2011
James Gleick, writer

Rebecca Asher

Modern Parenting: Policy, politics and the illusion of equality

07 Apr 2011
With Rebecca Asher, Jack O'Sullivan, Adrienne Burgess and Matthew Taylor

Josh Foer

The End of Remembering

06 Apr 2011
Joshua Foer, journalist and memory champion

Barbara Strauch

The Secret Life of the Grown-Up Brain

06 Apr 2011
Barbara Strauch, health and science editor, New York Times

Martin Nowak

Supercooperators

05 Apr 2011
Martin Nowak, evolutionary biologist

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