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Culture and society speakers. The changing gender roles of men and women, legislation, law, morality, religion, culture wars and free speech in the twenty-first century.
David Aaronovitch - Orwell Prize-winning journalist, author and long-running columnist for The Times.
Mark Adams - Vice President and Head of Innovation at VICE Media, expert voice on digital inclusion and expertise.... [more]
Samira Ahmed multi-lingual journalist, broadcaster and documentary maker in the fields of culture, politics and social history.... [more]
Speaker Simon Akam is a British journalist, historian of the British Army, and writer on the Covid-19 pandemic.... [more]
Dr Audrey Allwood, speaker on health and well-being and anthropologist of Caribbean migration and belonging.... [more]
Clive Anderson - barrister turned comedian Clive Anderson made his mark on British television as the moderator and host of 90's improvisational comedy show Whose Line is it Anyway?... [more]
Kinvara Balfour won the Lloyd's Bank Fashion Challenge out of 29,000 entries aged just 16. She is now one of the worlds leading fashion writers and advises culture-conscious brands on connecting with the global youth and fashion markets.... [more]
Camila Batmanghelidjh - author on childhood development and founder of Kid's Company.... [more]
Sarah Begum is an investigative, anthropological journalist inspired to travel the world and highlight the plight of those without a voice.... [more]
Lucy Beresford - writer, broadcaster and psychotherapist best known for her work on relationships, mental health and wellbeing.... [more]
Tim Berners-Lee - revolutionised the the world through the creation of the world wide web. He is also a key voice behind the idea of Net Neutrality.... [more]
Simon Bitcliffe - founder of Webmart, shaped the business around his personal ethos that Marxism and Capitalism together are unbeatable.... [more]