29 Aug 2016
Leading global strategist Parag Khanna shows how connectivity, rather than sovereignty, has become the organising principle of 21st century society.
08 Aug 2016
Harvard professor of public policy Iris Bohnet shows how new research in behavioural design can help efforts to eliminate gender-based inequality from classrooms to boardrooms.
11 Jul 2016
Matthew Taylor speaks with Neil Young about his stance on music, authenticity, innovation, democracy and the environment and how they braid together in his work over the decades.
21 Apr 2016
In this snappy backstage interview, former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis explains why we should all look for a deeper kind of happiness, how a fulfilled life equates to doing good things, and how life itself is inspirational.
24 Mar 2016
In 2015, Ban Ki-Moon announced the new sustainable development goals as a ‘to-do list for people and planet’. What role should the UK play to help achieve these vital global goals?
14 Aug 2015
France gave us the word intellectual; its world-leading thinkers taught us to reason. But in recent years, French thought has been in the doldrums – some say even in crisis. Award-winning historian Sudhir Hazareesingh asks: ...
05 Jun 2015
Ciarán Devane, British Council chief executive and Mary Dejevsky, writer and broadcaster discuss UK-Russia relations and how the promotion of cultural values and ideas can play a vital role in building mutual understanding ...
10 Apr 2014
Ian Morris is an acclaimed academic and author.
16 Jan 2014
Moisés Naím is a senior associate in the International Economics Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
14 Nov 2013
David Runciman is professor of politics at the University of Cambridge.
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