Innovative debate series. Blue Labour founder Lord Glasman and Lionel Barber, editor of the Financial Times, discuss whether profit corrupts. With Anne McElvoy and Louisa Weinstein
Anne McElvoy returns with the series that invites two public figures who disagree on an issue of principle to listen closely to each other’s arguments - and then to find out what drives them.
In the first edition of the new series, Anne brings together Blue Labour founder Lord Glasman and Lionel Barber, Editor of the Financial Times, to debate whether profit corrupts.
And Anne works with conflict resolution specialist Louisa Weinstein to foster a more exploratory conversation, to encourage both speakers to probe the values and experiences that underpin each other’s beliefs.
Producer: Phil Tinline