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Maurice Walsh

Does Ireland have a Future?

31 Mar 2011
Maurice Walsh, Alistair Horne Visiting Fellow, St Antony's College Oxford

Jonathan Douglas

Where Will the Big Society Happen?

28 Mar 2011
With Loyd Grossman, Chris Nash, Christian Busch, Jonathan Douglas and Sarah Gaventa

Assa Ashuach

Twenty-first Century Manufacture

24 Mar 2011
With Assa Ashuach, Sebastian Conran, Roland Harwood and Hugh Aldersey-Williams

Diane Coyle

The Economics of Enough

24 Mar 2011
Diane Coyle, economist

Laurence Smith

The New North

23 Mar 2011
Laurence Smith, professor of earth and space science, the University of California

Bruce Alexander

Addiction: What to Do When Everything Else has Failed

22 Mar 2011
Bruce Alexander, psychologist

Robert Kurzban

Why Everyone (Else) is a Hypocrite

17 Mar 2011
Robert Kurzban, associate professor in the department of psychology, University of Pennsylvania.

Sir David Attenborough

People and Planet

16 Mar 2011
Sir David Attenborough, broadcaster and naturalist

Tim Wu

The Rise and Fall of Information Empires

16 Mar 2011
Tim Wu, technological historian

Mark Malloch Brown

The Unfinished Global Revolution

16 Mar 2011
Mark Malloch Brown, former deputy secretary-general, the UN

Henry Hemming

The Death of the English Village?

03 Mar 2011
Henry Hemming, author

Niall Ferguson 2011

Civilisation: Is the West history?

03 Mar 2011
Niall Ferguson, historian

John Howkens

IP for Innovation and Growth

02 Mar 2011
With Sarah Hunter, John Howkins, Simon Juden, Alison Wenham, Dame Lynne Brindley DBE, Ian Hargreaves

James O'Brien

RSA/LBC Debate - A future fair for all?

28 Feb 2011
With James O'Brien, Will Hutton, Mark Littlewood, Angela Hobbs, James Bartholomew and Matthew Taylor

Ian Ayres

Carrots and Sticks: Unlocking the power of incentives

24 Feb 2011
Professor Ian Ayres, economist and lawyer

Canon Dr Ann Holt

Is there a place for God in Education?

23 Feb 2011
With Canon Dr Ann Holt OBE, Andrew Copson, Dr Joyce Miller, Professor Trevor Cooling, Dr Mohamed Mukadam and Sheena McDonald

David Jordan

The Inevitability of Polemical Broadcasting: the Foxes are Coming

17 Feb 2011
With David Jordan, Peter Hitchens and John Lloyd

Will Self

Science and the Strange Quest to Cheat Death

10 Feb 2011
With John Gray and Will Self

Shlomo Sand

On Nations and Nationhood

10 Feb 2011
Shlomo Sand, historian and writer

Patrick French

Five Lessons From India

03 Feb 2011
Patrick French, writer, historian and author

Rachel Botsman

The Rise of Collaborative Consumption

02 Feb 2011
Rachel Botsman, writer and social innovator

Branko Milanovic

The Haves and the Have-Nots

01 Feb 2011
Branko Milanovic, a leading expert on global inequality

Matthew Bishop

A New Capitalism for a Big Society

01 Feb 2011
With Matthew Bishop and Michael Green

Robert Rowland Smith

The Meaning of Life's Milestones

27 Jan 2011
Robert Rowland Smith, philosopher and writer

Sir Ronald Cohen

Developing A Sustainable Social Sector

24 Jan 2011
Sir Ronald Cohen, chairman, The Portland Trust, Bridges Ventures, and director, Social Finance

Evgeny Morozov

The Future of WikiLeaks

20 Jan 2011
Evgeny Morozov, visiting scholar, Stanford University

Martin Narey

Childhood and Child Poverty: The UK's moral and economic challenge

19 Jan 2011
Martin Narey, former chief executive, Barnardo's

Jonathan Safran Foer

Eating Animals

17 Jan 2011
Jonathan Safran Foer, award-winning novelist

David Cameron

The Government’s Programme for Modern Public Services

17 Jan 2011
David Cameron, Prime Minister, the United Kingdom

Oliver Burkeman

How to Become Slightly Happier

13 Jan 2011
Oliver Burkeman, feature writer, the Guardian

Dambisa Moyo

How the West Was Lost

12 Jan 2011
Dambisa Moyo, economist

Martha Nussbaum

Martha Nussbaum on 21st Century Enlightenment

16 Dec 2010
Martha Nussbaum, Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics, University of Chicago

Graeme Atherton

Is 50% too much? Access to higher education in an age of austerity

09 Dec 2010
With Graeme Atherton, John Philpott, Ryan Wain, Peter Mitchell and Becky Francis

The Big Society: the Anatomy of the New Politics

09 Dec 2010
With Jesse Norman MP, Mehdi Hasan, Andy Thornton, Lucy de Groot and Phil Collins

Jonathan Israel

Changing the World: Enlightenment and Basic Human Rights

07 Dec 2010
Jonathan Israel, professor, Modern European History, the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton

Chairman's Inaugural Lecture - The Perils of Property

06 Dec 2010
Luke Johnson, chairman, the RSA

The Hidden History of the Financial Crisis

02 Dec 2010
Bethany McLean, award-winning investigative journalist

Patrick Bellew

Anthills to Labyrinths – Engineering Sustainable Architecture

25 Nov 2010
Patrick Bellew RDI, environmental engineer

Building Better Communities

24 Nov 2010
John McAslan, architect

Baroness Mary Warnock

Does politics need more philosophy?

18 Nov 2010
With Baroness Mary Warnock, Nigel Warburton, Barry Gardiner MP and James Crabtree

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