Enjoy three concise creative innovation talks: A look at the world's only college for the rural poor; then the future of 21st century business, and lastly a highly visible green movement in China spearheaded by a woman with the twitter handle @ShanghaiPeggy.
Professor Tim Flannery's no stranger to controversy. He says our environmental future is "a titanic struggle" but in this conversation with Anne Summers at City Recital Hall you may be surprised by his stance on some issues.
Lloyd Jones is a wonderful storyteller and writer and he is talking to Ramona Koval. Jessica Morgan curator of International Art at the Tate Modern, speaks at the Art Gallery of NSW on curating Tino Sehgal's work in the Turbine Hall.
Meet Emile Sherman producer of the film based on Robyn Davidson's famous 1977 journey from Alice to the WA coast and subsequent book. Tracks the feature film is being released nationally this week. Sherman and Davidson are in conversation with Michaela Kalowski at 2013 Sydney Writers' Festival.
'Can a killer be a good neighbour?' That's the title of this talk by convicted murderer, Erwin James. This talk, also from the Festival of Dangerous Ideas, isn't easy listening and some of your preconceptions will be shaken up.
Creator of The Wire, the brilliant TV series set in Baltimore; David Simon addresses a packed Opera House for the Festival of Dangerous Ideas. The session is titled: 'Some people are more equal than others', and Michael Williams is chair.
Michael Cox founding Co-Director of LSE IDEAS and professor of International Relations at London School of Economics queries just how far the world economy's axis has shifted towards Asia and away from the US in this Melbourne University address.
We bring you a panel discussion recorded at the Australian War Memorial on Post Traumatic Stress disorder or PTSD, which attempts to rework the meaning of this form of trauma and to rebuild mental and physical health without any stigma.
Dr Fiona Wood shares some practical suggestions for life and work in her conversation with John Bertrand as a part of the Monash University Leadership Series.
Professor Jacqueline Rose, from the London Review of Books, discusses her book "Women in Dark Times " with Hilary Harper at the Melbourne Writers Festival. In this session they explore what two seemingly disparate women: Rosa Luxemburg and Marilyn Monroe, have in common.
The proposition of this IQ2 Debate in Sydney is Should God and His Prophets be Protected from Insult? It goes to the heart of the matter about freedom of speech and whether we need to tread carefully around religious sensibilities and what constitutes vilification and denigration. Just who or what should we be protecting?
The proposition of this Melbourne IQ2 Debate is Does True Reconciliation Require a Treaty? Will a treaty change the way we do government in this country? Is it something we should be scared of? What does a treaty deliver?
Paul Barry talks to Radio National's Paul Barclay about his new book Breaking News: Sex Lies and the Murdoch Succession. Great insights into how and why journalists, politicians and coppers do a lot of forelock tugging when it comes to the Murdoch press.
Rupert Murdoch talks up a glowing economic future for Australia in the Annual Lowy Institute Address, while on the frontline Jonathan Holmes, Walter Russell Mead, Jay Rosen and Leigh Sales debate the nature of journalism for the US Studies Centre - Public Knowledge Forum.
Bob Hawke is always interesting. He's smart, funny, and sentimental, and even though he's barely pushed in this exchange, some sharp political insights seep through. He talks with John Bertrand as a part of the Monash University Leadership Series.
David Marr has to be one of the best writers in the country and this conversation with ABC's Heather Ewart is built around Marr's Quarterly Essay, The Prince: Faith, Abuse and George Pell, recorded by The Wheeler Centre.
IQ2 Debate: Is Australia still the Land of the Fair Go? Maintaining that Australia still is the land of the fair go is Peter Shergold, Akram Azimi and Amanda Vanstone. Against are Larissa Behrendt, Miriam Lyons and Bob Brown.
Opera Queensland is currently performing Otello and this panel brings together the director Simon Phillips, Soprano Marilyn Richardson, and John Colwill - writer, musician and broadcaster. This is great discussion among theatre titans.
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