Episodes

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IFrancine Stock and guests discuss one of the week's big topics to its limits.

1: What is Education for? With guests Maggie Pringle. Richard Caldwell , Fred D'Aguair and John Clare. Producer Marina Salandy-Brown

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Unknown: Maggie Pringle.

Unknown: Richard Caldwell

Unknown: Fred D'Aguair

Unknown: John Clare.

Producer: Marina Salandy-Brown

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Francine Stock and guests in the second of five late night discussions. Producer Marina Salandy-Brown

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Unknown: Francine Stock

Producer: Marina Salandy-Brown

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3. Is Community Desirable? Francine Stock asks Niall Ferguson , Geoff Mulgan , Homi Bhabha and Prof Tony Giddens. Producer Marina Salandy-Brown

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Unknown: Francine Stock

Unknown: Niall Ferguson

Unknown: Geoff Mulgan

Unknown: Prof Tony Giddens.

Producer: Marina Salandy-Brown

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Francine Stock and guests in another topical late-night discussion. Producer Marina Salandy-Brown

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Francine Stock and guests in the final late night discussion.

Series producer Marina Salandy-Brown

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Dr Jonathan Steinberg chairs the second series of five late-night discussion programmes that get to the heart of some of the controversial subjects that concern us all.

1: Political Courage and Moral Leadership

Editor Marina Salandy-Brown

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Unknown: Dr Jonathan Steinberg

Editor: Marina Salandy-Brown

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Dr Jonathan Steinberg leads, among others, Adrian Woolridge of The

Economist, Onora O'Neill of Newnham

College, Cambridge, and Homi Bhabha of Chicago University, in a live discussion about equality, meritocracy and fairness. Does egalitarianism breed inequality? Mary Ann Sieghart keeps the score. Editor Marina Salandy-Brown

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Unknown: Dr Jonathan Steinberg

Unknown: Adrian Woolridge

Unknown: Onora O'Neill

Unknown: Mary Ann Sieghart

Editor: Marina Salandy-Brown

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Dr Jonathan Steinberg chairs five late-night discussions.

3: Does International Co-operation Inhibit War? Kjell Goldmann of Stockholm University and Dr Alain Destexhe , former Secretary General of Medecins sans Frontieres, explore whether organising ourselves into economic and political blocs has lulled us into a false sense of security. Mary Ann Sieghart keeps the score. Editor Marina Salandy-Brown

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Unknown: Dr Jonathan Steinberg

Unknown: Kjell Goldmann

Unknown: Dr Alain Destexhe

Unknown: Mary Ann Sieghart

Editor: Marina Salandy-Brown

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Chaired by Dr Jonathan Steinberg. 4: Priorities: Political Freedom,

Economic Growth or Social Cohesion?

With guests including John Gray of Jesus College, Oxford. Editor Marina Salandy-Brown

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Unknown: Dr Jonathan Steinberg.

Editor: Marina Salandy-Brown

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Dr Jonathan Steinberg leads the last of a series of live discussions.

Managing the Risk Society. With economic historian Emma Rothschild , risk adviser John Rimmington , journalist and author Andrew Sullivan , and sociologist Anthony Giddens. Editor Marina Salandy-Brown

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Unknown: Dr Jonathan Steinberg

Unknown: Emma Rothschild

Unknown: John Rimmington

Unknown: Andrew Sullivan

Unknown: Anthony Giddens.

Editor: Marina Salandy-Brown

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Francine Stock presents five late-night discussion programmes probing current controversial subjects.

1: Food and Animals. The BSE fiasco revealed the inadequacy of a food production system designed for postwar conditions. Now we must find new solutions for new problems. Can we think and produce our way out of this most important crisis?

Producers Jane Beresford and Marina Salandy-Brown

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Producers: Jane Beresford

Producers: Marina Salandy-Brown

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Francine Stock presents five late-night discussion programmes probing current controversial subjects. 2: Fact and Fiction. Authors, film-makers and producers are increasingly blurring the line between fact and fiction. Why have "reconstructions" become so popular and what are the dangers of this approach?

Producers Jane Beresford and Marina Salandy-Brown

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Francine Stock presents five late-night discussion programmes probing current controversial subjects.

3: Indecency. What is the balance between protecting the vulnerable, particularly children, and allowing consenting adults freedom, even to do what some may find offensive? Producers Jane Beresford

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Producers: Jane Beresford

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Francine Stock presents five late-night discussion programmes probing current controversial subjects.

4: Science, Technology and Democracy Is government becoming too dependent on scientific advice on policy-making? Producers Marina Salandy-Brown and Jane Beresford

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Producers: Marina Salandy-Brown

Producers: Jane Beresford

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Francine Stock presents the last of five late-night discussion programmes probing current controversial subjects. Kith and Kin. The traditional family is being replaced by new networks of support - but do our laws reflect that? With John Gray , Dr Ray Pahl ,

Anne Spackman , Victoria Glendinning and Mark Simpson.

Producer Millie Jenkins

Editor Marina Salandy-Brown

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Unknown: Francine Stock

Unknown: John Gray

Unknown: Dr Ray Pahl

Unknown: Anne Spackman

Unknown: Victoria Glendinning

Unknown: Mark Simpson.

Producer: Millie Jenkins

Editor: Marina Salandy-Brown