Conspiracy Theories

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One of the most divisive terms in the English language today is the phrase ‘conspiracy theory’. Its stigma has a chilling effect on people and the label subtly has the power to shut down enquiring minds and with them any inconvenient conversations.

Glass Ceilings & Glass Cliffs

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Today there’s a little talked about counter-culture that’s revolutionising business. So, whilst smart women leave companies and achieve success on their own terms, on this show we ask why boards continue to double-glaze the glass ceiling?

Fear & Loathing in the Newsroom

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Is the media portrayal today of immigrants, migrants, and refugees painting a distorted picture to suit its own agenda?

The Education Game

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Never before have young people had more access to free information but, ironically, never before in human history has education been more expensive or stressful.

The Education Game

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Sooner or later everyone takes an interest in how children are educated. It’s a deep parental motivation to ensure your children have the best opportunities in life, and a good education plays a central role in that. But how do you judge what makes a good education?

Meet the Renegades: Johann Hari

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Author of Chasing the Scream, Johann Hari deconstructs the War on Drugs and the myth that decriminalising drugs will worsen already abhorrent circumstances. Everything we know about drug addiction is wrong – so how can we think differently about a solution to this 100-year problem?

No More Business As Usual

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It’s now clear that today, the herd has turned, globalisation is in retreat, and the old status quo is not coming back anytime soon. So, we ask: What steps can you take to survive and thrive in these uncertain times?

The Art of Not Working at Work

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At first, the ability to check email, read ESPN, or browse Zappos while on the job may feel like a luxury. But in time, many crave more meaningful—and more demanding—responsibilities.