Recorded on: Tuesday 30th January at 5:15pm

RLF Fellow Kirsty Gunn will be hosting a superb evening with visiting writers and critics Gabriel Josipovici and St Hughs' Professor of English Peter McDonald. They will be discussing the state of contemporary fiction in a spirited and informal event entitled “No More Stories!”.

 

 


Recorded on: Thursday 23 November 2023 5.30pm | Amersi Foundation Lecture Room

Principal John Bowers KC introduces a discussion between our current Frankland Visitor Jo Baring (Modern History, 1996) and Melanie Gerlis, Art market columnist at the Financial Times, and Editor at large at The Art Newspaper.

Thursday 23 November 2023 5.30pm


Generously supported by Robert & Lynne Krainer

 

 

Recorded on: Thursday 12 October 2023 5.30pm | Amersi Foundation Lecture Room

Principal John Bowers KC talks to Sir Dave Ramsden (PPE, 1983), Deputy Governor, Markets and Banking, Bank of England

Presented with The PPE Society

Thursday 12 October 2023 5.30pm


Generously supported by Robert & Lynne Krainer

 

 

Recorded on: Thursday 4 May 2023 5.30pm | Amersi Foundation Lecture Room

Principal John Bowers KC talks to Ambassador Andrzej Antoszkiewicz (EMBA, 2021) the Director at the Centre for International Dialogue, formerly with OECD, FIFA and NATO

Presented with The PPE Society

Thursday 4 May 5.30pm


Generously supported by Robert & Lynne Krainer

 

 

Recorded on: Wednesday 9 March 2023 5.30pm | Amersi Foundation Lecture Room

Principal John Bowers KC talks to the award-winning historian and author of The Siege of Loyalty House and God's Traitors

Presented with The Ashmole Society

Thursday 9 March 5.30pm

Generously supported by Robert & Lynne Krainer

 

 

Recorded on: Wednesday 1 March 2023 5.30pm | Online event

Principal John Bowers KC in converesation with Professor Dame Juliet Gerrard, New Zealand Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor and Professor at the University of Auckland

 

Generously supported by Robert & Lynne Krainer

 

 

Recorded on: Thursday 12th May 2022 at 5.30pm | Amersi Foundation Lecture Room

 

Annual Diversity Lecture: “The effects of what you can't see”

The Annual Diversity Lecture guest speaker is Rhys Phillip, Chief Executive Officer at Cornerstone, and the title of his lecture is “The effects of what you can't see”.


 

Generously supported by Robert & Lynne Krainer

 

 

Recorded on: Wednesday 4 May 2022 5.30pm | Amersi Foundation Lecture Room

 

Principal's Conversation with Hannah Cusworth and Zaiba Patel

“What do we stand to gain from more inclusive history teaching?”

  • Hannah Cusworth Frankland Visitor 2022, BNC alumna, PhD Researcher with English Heritage, and former secondary school Head of History.
  • Zaiba Patel BNC alumna, secondary school History teacher and, from 2022/23, PhD Researcher at the University’s Department of Education, working with the Empire, Migration and Belonging research project group.

 

Generously supported by Robert & Lynne Krainer

 

 

Recorded on: Tuesday 26 April 5.30pm | Amersi Foundation Lecture Room

Principal's Conversations with Professor Jayne Birkby

Jayne is a Tutorial Fellow in Physics at BNC and Associate Professor of Exoplanetary Science.  She will be discussing her research on studying the atmospheres of some of the 5000+ other worlds now known beyond our Solar system, and how this extraordinary eclectic zoo of exoplanets is helping us to understand Earth and its place in the universe.  She will also talk about the telescopes being built right now that will enable us for the first time to search for life elsewhere in the Milky Way.  Jayne will also discuss more broadly about astronomy and astrophysics, the career path she has taken, and efforts to make astronomy research accessible to everyone.

 

Generously supported by Robert & Lynne Krainer

 

 

Recorded on: Wednesday 2 March 5.30pm | Online (Zoom)

Principal's Conversations – Online Media Panel

Speakers:

  • Julia Kreitman (PPE, 1978) Founder partner of The Agency (London) Ltd, representing writers, directors and creatives for theatre, television and film

  • Michael Jermey (PPE, 1982) Television executive, ITV's Director of News and Current Affairs

  • Justine Kershaw (Modern Languages, 1985) Co-Founder and Creative Director of Blink Films

  • Sarah Vaughan (née Hall) (English, 1991) Novelist and journalist, author of the international and Sunday Times bestseller “Anatomy of a Scandal” and forthcoming novel “Reputation” 

 

Generously supported by Robert & Lynne Krainer

 

 

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