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25 Oct 2013 - 27 Oct 2013

Sage Gateshead

Radio 3's Free Thinking 2013

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  • BBC Radio 3

    Free Thinking
    What's Eating You? (45 minutes)

    Authors Lionel Shriver and Val Curtis ask if we are too obsessed with food and body image.

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  • BBC Radio 3

    Free Thinking
    Boneless, Bloodaxe and Hairy Breeches: What Did the Vikings Ever Do for Us? (15 minutes)

    Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough on the power battles between Anglo-Saxons and the Vikings.

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  • BBC Radio 3

    Free Thinking
    False Conception: Female Sexuality in Victorian England (15 minutes)

    New Generation Thinker Fern Riddell discusses women's rights activist Annie Besant.

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  • BBC Radio 3

    Teaching the Teachers: The Future of Education
    Teaching the Teachers: The Future of Education (45 minutes)

    Lecture in which Professor Sugata Mitra talks about teaching ourselves using computers.

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  • BBC Radio 3

    Why Are Maps Still So Powerful?
    Why Are Maps Still So Powerful? (45 minutes)

    A discussion asking if maps can reveal too much and how they direct our thinking.

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  • BBC Radio 3

    Are We at a Tipping Point? Controlling Infection and Combatting Disease
    Are We at a Tipping Point? Controlling Infection and Combatting Disease (45 minutes)

    Professor Sally Davies, chief medical officer for England, lectures on disease.

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