Pulitzer prize-winning journalist Glenn Greenwald and his partner, Rio councillor David Miranda discuss surveillance, fake news, abuses of power and other threats to democracy.
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Mike Dempsey RDI talks to the outstanding structural engineer, Tristram Carfrae RDI about his life and work.
A decade on from the global financial crash, how do we ensure the benefits of economic growth are more equitably shared? With Gabriela Ramos, OECD Chief of Staff, Hon Wayne Swan MP and Indy Johar.
Award-winning journalist Robert Peston looks back on breaking the Northern Rock story, and the economic and political crisis that followed.
On the 10 year anniversary of the collapse of the Northern Rock bank, then Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling reflects on what we have and haven’t learned from the crisis.
Rt Hon David Lammy MP is joined by an expert panel to discuss the recommendations from The Lammy Review report which calls for equality in the criminal justice system.
Lighting designer and RDI award winner Patrick Woodroffe OBE speaks to fellow RDI Mike Dempsey. He was made a Royal Designer for Industry in 2013 for Designing with Light.
We’re told the world is changing faster than ever. Is there a danger in these narratives of speed and disruption?
Our panel of experts will get frank about how (and how not) to create authentic, values-based work culture.
Matthew Taylor talks to David Willetts about his book ‘The Pinch’ (2010), how the welfare of our children could be a political message with universal appeal.