Radio 3's Free Thinking 2013 Artistiaid

Dydd Gwener 25 Hyd 2013 Nôl i'r brig

Northern Rock Foundation Hall

  1. In Tune Live Broadcast
    In Tune Live Broadcast
    Sean Rafferty

    16:15

Hall Two

  1. Free Thinking Lecture. Self Control - The Key to a Long Life?
    19:15

Dydd Sadwrn 26 Hyd 2013 Nôl i'r brig

Northern Rock Foundation Hall

  1. Who's Got Hold of Children's Imaginations?
    Patrick Ness
    Charles Fernyhough

    10:15
  2. Music Matters Live Broadcast
    12:00
  3. Controlling Moods and Minds: Depression and Smart Drugs
    Darian Leader
    Professor Barbara Sahakian
    Clare Allan

    14:00
  4. How On Earth Can We Cope with Less?
    15:45
  5. An Interview with writer/director Penny Woolcock
    17:30

Hall Two

  1. What's Eating You?
    Lionel Shriver
    Darian Leader

    10:30
  2. Are We at a Tipping Point? Controlling Infection and Combatting Disease
    12:15
  3. Teaching the Teachers - The Future of Education
    14:15
  4. Private Passions - Chris Mullin
    16:00
  5. Power to the People - What Choices do We Have?
    Power the The People - What Choices Do We Have?
    Charles Falconer
    David Skelton
    Clare Geralda
    David Aaronovitch

    17:30
  6. The Verb: Letting Go is Good for You!
    Ian McMillan
    Kate Fox
    Matthew Barley

    19:45

The Barbour Room

  1. Boneless, Bloodaxe and Hairy Breeches: What Did the Vikings Ever Do for Us?
    11:40
  2. The Real Game of Thrones - Power in 15th Century England
    13:20
  3. Therapy .v. Prayer
    15:15
  4. False Conception - Female Sexuality in Victorian England
    17:05
  5. In Search of Ecstasy?
    18:45
  6. Wombs on Legs? Science Fiction and the Control of Reproduction
    19:15

St Mary's Church

  1. Words and Music - Kevin Whately
    Words And Music - Kevin Whately
    Kevin Whately
    Madelaine Newton
    Kitty Whately

Dydd Sul 27 Hyd 2013 Nôl i'r brig

Northern Rock Foundation Hall

  1. Science Fiction, Surveillance and the North East in Zamyatin's Classic Dystopian Fable 'We'
    Sean O'Brien
    Sarah Dillon
    David Aaronovitch

    11:00
  2. Why are Maps Still So Powerful?
    Dr Vanessa Lawrence CB
    Professor Jerry Brotton

    12:45
  3. Interview with the artists William Tillyer
    14:15
  4. Whose Strife is it Anyway?
    Rana Mitter
    Guiatra Bahadur
    Amit Chaudhuri
    Aahmer Ahmed Khan

    16:00

Hall Two

  1. The Choir
    11:00
  2. Controlling the Countryside
    Controlling the Countryside
    Samira Ahmed
    Simon Thurley
    Jon Alexander

    15:45
  3. Are Audiences Killing Culture?
    Matthew
    Helen Marriage
    Godfrey Worsdale
    Sarah Kent
    Christine Borland

    17:20
  4. Start the Week
    14:00

The Barbour Room

  1. Breeding the Mongrel - Language Wars in Early Modern England
    12:10
  2. Cutting Tradition
    12:40
  3. Autobiographical Memory and Contemporary Fiction.
    15:20
  4. Science and Sensibility
    16:50