Twelve of the country's brightest young minds gather to solve difficult social problems. In this first edition - how do we improve access to affordable housing?
In the first of a new series, twelve of the country's brightest young minds gather to solve difficult social problems. This week - how do we improve access to affordable housing?
Using policy planning techniques used by governments around the world, three teams are given free reign to think the unthinkable. They then present their ideas to two judges, who'll interrogate them and pick the best. Presented by Matthew Taylor and facilitated by Cat Drew of Uscreates
Oliver Sweet - runs an ethnographic research department at Ipsos MORI.
Margot Lombaert - creative director of Margot Lombaert Studio, an independent graphic design practice.
Ethan Howard - RSA award winner.
Jack Minchella - research and design associate at the Innovation Unit and the founder of the urban research collective In-Between Economies based in Denmark.
Solveiga Pakštaitė - industrial designer specialising in user-centred design.
Gemma Hitchens - Account Director at Signal Noise, which specialises in data visualisation and analysis.
Jag Singh - tech entrepreneur and former political strategist.
Hashi Mohamed - barrister at No5 Chambers.
Helen Steer - educator and maker who runs Do It Kits, a start-up that helps teachers use technology.
Zahra Davidson - designer with a background spanning service design, social innovation and visual communication.
Piero Zagami - information designer and consultant in graphic design and data visualization.
Tobias Revell - artist and lecturer in Critical and Digital Design.
Producer: Wesley Stephenson.