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The Schedule

All the lectures will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 which you can find on:

92 - 95 FM
198 LW
DAB Digital Radio
Freeview Channel 74
Sky Channel 854
Digital Cable TV
Radio 4 live internet stream

You can listen again or read a full transcript on this website after each broadcast.
Lecture 1 Lecture 1: Technology will Determine the Future of the Human Race

Venue: The Royal Institution, London
Broadcast: Wednesday 6 April, 8.00pm
Repeated: Saturday 9 April, 10.15pm
Lecture 2 Lecture 2: Collaboration

Venue: University of Cambridge
Broadcast: Wednesday 13 April, 8.00pm
Repeated: Saturday 16 April, 10.15pm
Lecture 3 Lecture 3: Innovation and Management

Venue: University of Manchester
Broadcast: Wednesday 20 April, 8.00pm
Repeated: Saturday 23 April, 10.15pm
Lecture 4 Lecture 4: Nanotechnology and Nanoscience

Venue: University of Glasgow
Broadcast: Wednesday 27 April, 8.00pm
Repeated: Saturday 30 April, 10.15pm
Lecture 5 Lecture 5: Risk and Responsibility

Venue: Windsor Castle
Broadcast: Wednesday 4 May, 8.00pm
Repeated: Saturday 7 May, 10.15pm
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THE LECTURES

Lecture audio and transcripts will be available after each broadcast.

  • Lecture 1:
    Technology will Determine the Future of the Human Race

  • Lecture 2:
    Collaboration

  • Lecture 3:
    Innovation and Management

  • Lecture 4:
    Nanotechnology and Nanoscience

  • Lecture 5:
    Risk and Responsibility


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