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11th February 2016
Author Madeleine Bunting presents a series of five essays for BBC Radio 3 addressing what it means to care.
04th February 2016
Leading Keynes biographer, Lord Skidelsky, and Permanent Secretary to the Treasury, Nick Macpherson, debate whether Keynes' General Theory has had its day.
03rd February 2016
27th May 2009
Surrealism has played an important but contentious role in the development of Latin American art. This lecture explores the history of the reception of surrealist ideas and practices in Latin America and its legacies.
29th April 2014
This British Academy Debate asks whether our later years can be described as the best of our lives.
25th March 2014
As the numbers of older people grows, this lecture asks how can we promote and celebrate their positive contribution, and challenge the pervasive negative stereotypes of later life?
26th February 2014
This British Academy Debate asks if our ageing population is a ‘burden’, or is this just a lazy concept and out of step with the new dynamics of ageing
04th March 2015
This British Academy Debate explores the impact different concepts of well-being have on the way we approach public policy.
04th February 2015
This British Academy Debate explores how different concepts of well-being affect our understanding of social and economic change.
14th January 2015
This British Academy Debate asks what should the term 'well-being' encompass, what contributes to it, and why is it important?