Speakers on animal welfare, conditions and ethics in farming and food and on the work of veterinary surgeons.
It’s almost two hundred years since the foundation of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals here in the UK. Today’s upsurge in interest in veganism around the world must be at least partly attributed to continuously evolving attitudes towards animals. Farming methods now affect the negotiation of trade deals. And wildlife television, conservation issues, charity fundraising, and the popularity of vets as a potential career and as highly popular media content all point to our enduring fascination with the wider animal world.
Joe Inglis is popular with viewers for his many appearances on Vets in Practice. The series followed his life with 'Vet School' whilst at university, and after he qualified as a vet, on the Vets In Practice show. Joe is resident veterinary surgeon on... [more]
Sir David Madden's career has included leading negotiations on a Cyprus settlement and EU accession. As British Ambassador to Greece 1999-2004, he helped the Greek government achieve a break-through against the 17 November terrorist movement after th... [more]
British political journalist and commentator, former Sunday Times Political Editor and Political Journalist of the Year 2013. Co-author of 'Call Me Dave', a controversial unauthorised biography of David Cameron.... [more]