Past lectures

Thursday 11 October 2012

Speakers look at the limits to world economic growth from an environmental and economic perspective.  Will inflation caused by...

Wednesday 10 October 2012

By 1900 Britain had produced the world’s largest cities and the first industrial cities. These phenomena led to vast technical,...

Wednesday 10 October 2012

Our only natural satellite has been an object of fascination for humankind since prehistory. Despite being the only other place in the...

Tuesday 9 October 2012

Personality is partly inborn and mediated by brain structures, hormones and neurotransmitters.  It influences social behaviours...

Tuesday 9 October 2012

The aim of this lecture is to be both self contained but also an introduction to the other lectures.  Market based orders are...

Monday 8 October 2012

Theatre can be seen as yesterday’s art form. The Greeks did it. Shakespeare did it best. We have just lived through the century of...

Thursday 4 October 2012

A conference on what works, what counts and what matters in relation to reducing the inequalities in child health today, both within the...

Thursday 4 October 2012

Florian Mitrea and Alexandra Vaduva, piano duet.

This is a part of the series of lectures and concerts, European Capitals of...

Tuesday 2 October 2012

Slobodan Milošević died a few months before the end of his trial.  There were no closing arguments and there was no judgment...

Monday 1 October 2012

As Head of The Society of London Theatre (SOLT), the organisation which represents all theatre owners and producers in the West End,...

Thursday 27 September 2012

What lessons might the financial sector learn from Darwin's theory of evolution?

This is the 2012 Sir Thomas Gresham...

Wednesday 26 September 2012

Some of our hospitals - notably St Bartholomew's - house unique museums including not only works of art and documents but surgical...