Series of annual radio lectures on significant contemporary issues, delivered by leading figures from the relevant fields
Neurobiologist Colin Blakemore explores the historic concepts of the brain.
Neurobiologist Colin Blakemore discusses why humans need to sleep.
Neurobiologist Colin Blakemore explains how the mind creates sight and perception.
Neurobiologist Colin Blakemore explains how the brain creates and stores memories.
Colin Blakemore explores the evolution of speech and language.
Professor Blakemore explores how society attempts to regulate the behaviour of its members
Professor A H Halsey explores the fluctuating characteristics of the British identity.
Professor A H Halsey investigates the class-ridden structure of Britain's Society.
A H Halsey explores the changing concept of 'Status' in British society.
Professor A H Halsey traces the growth of organisations in Britain's society.
Professor A H Halsey examines the relationship between generations in a nuclear family.
Professor A H Halsey evaluates the bond of fraternity found in the British Society.
Reverend Edward Norman examines the politicisation of Christianity.
Reverend Norman explores who the 'Ministers of Change' are in society.
Reverend Edward Norman contemplates if human rights are the newest form of Commandments.
Reverend Edward Norman explores the Imperialism of Political Religion.
Edward Norman explores the religious politics in his lecture 'Not Peace, but a Sword'
Reverend Dr Edward Norman considers the importance of spirituality within Christianity.
Professor Ali Mazrui examines the crisis of living standards in Africa.
Professor Ali Mazrui examines injustices that have been inflicted on the African people.
Professor Ali Mazrui explores the conflicts between African and Western cultures.
Professor Ali Mazrui examines the burden of Africa's economic underdevelopment.
Professor Ali Mazrui explains the significance of the size and fragmentation of Africa.
Professor Ali Mazrui explores how Africa's location holds the key to its destiny.