Editorial Intelligence Podcasts

Editorial Intelligence Podcasts

By Laura Musins
Editorial Intelligence (ei) offers personalised navigation across the cultural, social, political and business spectrum, guiding you to smart people and smart ideas and delivering an astute snapshot of news and views through our acclaimed daily and fortnightly digests. Through our extensive eiNetwork comprising some of the sharpest, freshest minds shaping the world today; our unique Connecting For Success programme, teaching invaluable Knowledge Networking skills and techniques for effective networking; and eiClub, our dedicated membership programme of curated salons, talks, workshops and other special events, ei is the home of professional and personal development. For more free content, connect to our network at www.editorialintelligence.com/ei-digests.php
'The Internet is Not the Answer': an eiSalon with tech provocateur Andrew Keen
  In the first of a series of salons to mark Editorial Intelligence's 10th anniversary year, ei presents a discussion with the provocative internet critic Andrew Keen, to mark the publication of his new book The Internet is Not the Answer. Kindly hosted by News UK on Wednesday 4th February 2015 #eiKeen
1:03:08
February 5, 2015
A LOOK AT UK COMMENT JOURNALISM @ COMMENT AWARDS 2014 LAUNCH
To launch The Comment Awards 2014, we held a small panel discussion looking at Comment in the UK today. Kindly hosted by Nespresso’s Regent Street boutique. With welcoming remarks from Stevie Spring, Chair of the Judges, The Comment Awards #eiCA14 Panel chaired by Charlie Burgess, Editorial Director, The Comment Awards with Holly Baxter, Co-founder & Editor, Vagenda Magazine, and Author, The Vagenda Book Sarah Baxter, Deputy Editor, The Sunday Times Robert Yates, Assistant Editor & Comment Editor, The Observer        
34:54
June 18, 2014
POLITICS ON THE MOVE
A discussion on the changes and challenges in politics in a mobile UK. How does technology affect voting, opinion, and the speed of politics.  Opened by a presentation from Gideon Skinner, Head of Political Research, Ipsos MORI Chair:  Mary Ann Sieghart, Journalist & Broadcaster, Independent, The Times & BBC Panel:   1. Amber Elliott, Deputy Executive Politics Producer, Sky News 2. Jag Singh, Serial Entrepreneur/Founder, Wess Digital & MessageSpace 3. Douglas Carswell MP, Conservative MP for Clacton  4. Alex Deane, Head of Public Affairs, Weber Shandwick
48:51
June 20, 2013
IN CONVERSATION
Melanie Phillips, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief of emBooks, Co-founder of Melanie Phillips Electric Media in conversation with Kirsty Lang, Broadcaster, BBC
35:08
June 20, 2013
BRIGHT IDEAS
Chair: Jodie Ginsberg, Deputy Director, Demos Finance 1. Maggie Philbin, CEO, TeenTech and BBC Reporter, Bang Goes The Theory  2. Rachel Carrell, CEO, Dr. Thom at Lloydspharmacy  3. Fran Perrin, Founder & Director, The Indigo Trust
37:12
June 20, 2013
DIGITAL MOBILITY: INNOVATION IN A MOBILE WORLD
Session Partner: Huawei A discussion about how the increasingly digital age is changing the way innovation occurs – from society to business and politics to culture. Chair: Ravi Mattu, Editor, Business Life, Financial Times Panel: 1. Christèle Delbé, Head of Sustainability, Vodafone Group 2. Narik Patel, Director, PayPal 3. Matthew Yeomans, Writer and Consultant 4. Stefano Cantarelli, Vice President, Huawei Network Business 5. Maria Ingold, CEO, mireality
56:00
June 20, 2013
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Welcome: Mark Boleat, Chairman, Policy and Resources Committee, City of London Corporation OPENING REMARKS: The Mobile World, Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries
22:10
June 20, 2013
What Connects Us Part 1
Adjudicators: Ben Page and Baroness Helena Kennedy QC. Witnesses: Shami Chakrabarti; David Fenton and Rt Hon Douglas Carswell MP. Part of the Names Not Numbers 2013 symposium www.namesnotnumbers.com
41:23
March 25, 2013
Headlines & Highlights
Mary Loudon; Viv Groskop; Leo Johnson and Robert Philips. Part of the Names Not Numbers 2013 symposium www.namesnotnumbers.com
27:16
March 25, 2013
GQ Fashion & Style Panel
Julia Hobsbawm; Harvey Goldsmith CBE; Dylan Jones; Peter York and Stephen Barber. Part of the Names Not Numbers 2013 symposium www.namesnotnumbers.com
40:08
March 25, 2013
What Connects Us Part 2
Adjudicators: Ben Page and Baroness Helena Kennedy QC. Witnesses: Jude Kelly OBE; Mark Henderson; Shai Reshef. Part of the Names Not Numbers 2013 symposium, www.namesnotnumbers.com
49:16
March 24, 2013
Technology & Identity Panel
Louise Chunn; Peter Bale; Andrew Keen; Professor Simon May; Ivan Mazour and Suzanne Moore. Part of the Names Not Numbers 2013 symposium www.namesnotnumbers.com
1:10:33
March 24, 2013
Higher Education Panel
Alice Sherwood; Professor Stephan Chambers; Professor Sarah Churchwell and Shai Reshef. Part of the Names Not Numbers 2013 symposium www.namesnotnumbers.com.
1:11:01
March 24, 2013
Groucho Club Art Panel
 Simon Schama; Kate Bryan; Sophie Hastings; Conrad Shawcros and Maggi Hambling CBE. Part of the Names Not Numbers 2013 symposium www.namesnotnumbers.com.
57:04
March 24, 2013
Bright ideas 5
Jonathan Reekie: ‘The Influence of Benjamin Britten’
11:01
March 24, 2013
Bright Spotlight - Simon Schama
 Simon Schama: ‘The Jewish Story in the World’, introduced by Julia Hobsbawm
38:03
March 24, 2013
BritDoc Documentary Panel
 Jess Search; Molly Dineen and Zoe Williams. Part of the Names Not Numbers 2013 symposium www.namesnotnumbers.com
52:37
March 24, 2013
Wellcome Trust Neuroscience Panel
David Aaronovitch; Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore; Professor Ray Dolan and Lucy Prebble. Part of the Names Not Numbers 2013 symposium www.namesnotnumbers.com
1:08:14
March 24, 2013
Bright Ideas 4
Mark Henderson; Zac Schwarz and Laura Schwarz. Part of the Names Not Numbers 2013 symposium www.namesnotnumbers.com.
11:55
March 24, 2013
British Council Creative Connections
Martin Davidson; Peter York; Esther Freud and Aminatta Forna. Part of the Names Not Numbers 2013 symposium www.namesnotnumbers.com
34:36
March 24, 2013
Bright Ideas 3
Stephen Barber; Professor Ian Goldin; Lucy Lethbridge and Damian Barr. Part of the Names Not Numbers 2013 symposium www.namesnotnumbers.com
44:59
March 24, 2013
Tom Hollander
Tom Hollander “IN CONVERSATION” with Kirsty Lang. Part of the Names Not Numbers 2013 symposium www.namesnotnumbers.com.
24:48
March 24, 2013
Bright Ideas 2
Mary Ann Sieghart; Molly Dineen; Hannah Rothschild and Charlie Leadbeater. Part of the Names Not Numbers 2013 symposium www.namesnotnumbers.com.
27:02
March 24, 2013
Vodafone Connectedness
 John Gapper; Bill Emmott; Professor Noreena Hertz; Matthew Kirk; Alexandra Pringle and Andrea Wong. Part of the Names Not Numbers 2013 symposium www.namesnotnumbers.com
58:01
March 24, 2013
Bright Ideas 1
Mary Ann Sieghart, Ed Caesar and Dennis Stevenson. Part of the Names Not Numbers 2013 symposium www.namesnotnumbers.com
26:31
March 24, 2013
Names Not Numbers 2013
 in association with the Financial Times Ravi Mattu, Editor of Business Life, Financial Times talks to Alice Sherwood, King’s Policy Institute, King’s College London, Leo Johnson, Entrepreneur and Author and Professor A.C. Grayling, Master of the New College of the Humanities.  
26:03
February 11, 2013
Individuality In A Mass Age
Names Not Numbers 2013 podcast, in association with the Financial Times   Julia Hobsbawm, Editorial Intelligence, talks to Viv Groskop, Writer & Stand-up Comic, Robert Phillips, Writer & Thinker and Ed Caesar, Journalist & Author.
26:10
February 11, 2013
2013 ‘Pre-Davos’ Predictions
In association with the Financial Times & Pi Capital At the Financial Times Chair:      Lionel Barber, Editor, Financial Times Panel:      Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, CEO, E. L. Rothschild         Professor Ian Goldin, Director, Oxford Martin School, Oxford University         Helena Morrissey, Chief Executive Officer, Newton Investment Management         Terry Smith, Chief Executive, Tullett Prebon         Gillian Tett, Assistant Editor & Columnist, Financial Times    
1:18:28
January 17, 2013
Talent Tomorrow: Apprenticeships
Comment Conference: Talent Today, Talent Tomorrow Chair: Sarah Smith, Business Correspondent, Channel 4 News 
Panel: Oli Barrett, Director CoSpA Richard Hamer, Education Director, BAE Systems Suzy Stride, Labour Parliamentary Candidate for Harlow and Manager at City Gateway
53:20
December 1, 2012
In Conversation
Comment Conference: Talent Today, Talent Tomorrow  Alistair Cox, Chief Executive, Hays in conversation with Julia Hobsbawm, Chair & CEO, Editorial Intelligence & Honorary Visiting Professor in Networking, Cass Business School
41:52
December 1, 2012
Talent Today: how to make today’s top talent more productive
Comment Conference: Talent Today, Talent Tomorrow  Chair: Ravi Mattu, Business Life Editor, Financial Times Panel: Andy Doyle, Group HR Director, ITV Professor Joseph Lampel, Professor of Strategy & Innovation, Cass Business School Karen Mattison MBE, Founder, Timewise Jobs Simon North, Co-Founder, Position Ignition
59:47
December 1, 2012
Opening Remarks
Comment Conference: Talent Today, Talent Tomorrow  Welcome from Simon Walker, Director General, Institute of Directors who introduces Khoi Tu, Founder, Inverstar and Author, 'Superteams'
27:54
December 1, 2012
'The 'Special Relationship' - A Post-Election Perspective'
Kindly hosted by CNBC With the post-election confetti barely settled, we ask our panel to discuss the future of the United States as a global power & the changing nature of the UK's 'special' (or essential) relationship. Chair: Kelly Evans, Anchor, CNBC Panel: Rt Hon. Douglas Alexander MP, Shadow Foreign Secretary Sarah Baxter, Editor, The Sunday Times Magazine Martin Gilbert, CEO Aberdeen Asset Management Sir Christopher Meyer,Former British Ambassador to the US & Presenter, Networks of Power Sky Atlantic
1:03:26
November 10, 2012
Open Access: Can elite ideas be truly accessible?
Chair: Mary Ann Sieghart, Writer & Broadcaster Panel: David Aaronovitch, Columnist, The Times Sarah Churchwell, Professor of American Literature & Public Understanding of the Humanities, University of East Anglia Orlando Figes, Professor of History, Birkbeck College, University of London Tom Holland, Author & Historian 24th October 2012
1:31:04
October 25, 2012
Hi-tech Health: will new technology save healthcare or cripple it financially?
Chair: Jeremy Laurance, Health Editor, The Independent Panel: Professor Simon Lovestone, Professor, Old Age Psychiatry, King’s College London and Research Director, King’s Health Partners Richard Seabrook, Head of Business Development -Technology Transfer, Wellcome Trust Derek Wyatt, Chair, Trinity Hospice and Digital Consultant 
1:04:04
October 8, 2012
Bright Ideas: New thinking in Healthcare
Chair: Shyama Perera, Writer and Broadcaster 1) Michael Ash, Founder and MD, Nutri-Link: ‘Functional medicine – benefits and relevance to UK healthcare’ 2) Charles Leadbeater, Author and leading authority on innovation and creativity: ‘Lessons to be learnt from the developing world’ 3) Professor Lewis Wolpert, Developmental Biologist, Author and Broadcaster: ‘The importance of mental health education’ 
44:15
October 8, 2012
In Conversation
Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell MP, Chair of the House of Commons Health Select Committee in conversation with Victoria Macdonald, Health and Social Care correspondent, Channel 4 News 
36:31
October 8, 2012
The Individual Patient : Can the healthcare system personalise care?
How much should/can patients take ownership of their healthcare? How much can/should information be made available to the 'consumer' in healthcare? What impact does a more empowered patient have on the way clinicians work and wider healthcare system?
1:15:26
October 8, 2012
Modern diplomacy in a digital age
Chair: Bridget Kendal, Diplomatic Correspondent, BBC Panel: Her Excellency Ms Nicola Clase, Sweden’s Ambassador to the UK  Alex Ellis, Director of Strategy, Foreign & Commonwealth Office  Mark Turrell, Founder, Orcasci & Young Global Leader, World Economic Forum  John Worne, Director of Corporate HQ, British Council Thursday 27th September 2012
1:21:48
September 29, 2012
Mobile World - Television on the Move
Chair: Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Newscaster, Channel 4 News Panel: Tess Alps, CEO, Thinkbox Alex Graham, CEO, Wall to Wall Stephen Lambert, Chief Executive, Studio Lambert Stewart Purvis, Professor of Television Journalism, City University London
41:30
July 13, 2012
Mobile World - In Conversation
Andrew Keen, Author, ‘Digital Vertigo’ & Tiffany Shlain, Founder, The Webby Awards & Film Director, ‘Connected’ Moderated by: Jess Search, Chief Executive, BRITDOC Foundation
28:03
July 13, 2012
Mobile World - Bright Ideas
Chair: Amol Rajan, Advisor to Evgeny Lebedev Andrew Dunnett, Director, Vodafone Foundation Andy Hobsbawm, Founder & Chief Marketing Officer, EVRYTHNG Molly Norris, Global Fellow, IDEO.org & Masters Candidate, Oxford Internet Institute
37:12
July 13, 2012
Digital Mobility: Ideas & Identity in a Mobile World
Session Partner: The Huffington Post UK 
Co-Chairs: Carla Buzasi, Editor-in-Chief, The Huffington Post UK  & Peter York, Cultural Commentator & Associate, Editorial Intelligence 
 Panel:  Caroline Daniel, Editor, FT Weekend David Erasmus, Founder, Givey Nick Harkaway, Author, ‘The Blind Giant: Being Human in a Digital World’ MT Rainey, Executive Chairman, TH_NK Ltd Derek Wyatt, Founder, Oxford Internet Institute.
1:00:14
July 13, 2012
Mobile World - Opening Remarks
 from David Abraham, Chief Executive, Channel 4
19:24
July 13, 2012
Gender Commentaria: What's the Balance in British Columns & Comment Today?
Chair: Jane Martinson, Chair, Women in Journalism Panel: Matthew Gwyther, Editor, Management Today Andrew Hill, Associate Editor, Financial Times  Gaby Hinsliff, Journalist Liz Jones, Columnist, Daily Mail Anne Spackman, Comment Editor, The Times
1:23:42
July 6, 2012
Professor Julia Hobsbawm's Inaugural Lecture
as Visiting Professor of Networking at Cass Business School 27th June 2012
36:38
June 29, 2012
Special Thought For The Day
with Emma Craigie, Author, Chocolate Cake with Hitler; Patrick Kingsley, Guardian Feature Writer & Author, How to be Danish Justin Webb, BBC Radio Four’s Today Chair: Peter York In association with Short Books & kindly hosted by the Bishopsgate Institute
1:30:53
June 21, 2012
Thought For The Day
With thoughts from: Michele Hanson, Guardian Columnist & Writer Parag Khanna, Senior Fellow, New America Foundation & Director, Hybrid Reality Institute Gabrielle Rifkind, Director Middle East Human Security Programme, Oxford Research Group Chaired by Julia Hobsbawm Somerset House 22nd May 2012
1:00:06
May 22, 2012
Liane Carroll & James McMillan
Musical interlude from Liane & James
20:11
May 17, 2012
Creative Juices: Why London inspired from business to culture
Comment Conference: Intelligent London Session Partner: Bishopsgate Institute Co-Chairs: Stryker McGuire, Senior Editor, Bloomberg Markets & Poppy Trowbridge, Finance & Investing Reporter, Bloomberg Television Panel: Stephen Barber, Group Managing Director, Pictet & Cie Harvey Goldsmith CBE, Chairman, Ignite Sir Nicholas Kenyon, Managing Director, Barbican Gwyn Miles, Director, Somerset House Trust
56:19
May 17, 2012
Comment Conference: Intelligent London - Welcome
Welcome from Stuart Fraser, Deputy Chairman of the Policy & Resources Committee, City of London Corporation & Peter York, Cultural Commentator & Associate, Editorial Intelligence
09:29
May 17, 2012
London Abroad: What makes London a ‘melting pot’?
Comment Conference: Intelligent London Co-Chairs: Matthew d’Ancona, Sunday Telegraph & London Evening Standard & Suzanne Moore, The Guardian & Mail on Sunday Panel:  Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Columnist, The Independent Sangeeta Bahadur, Minister (Culture), High Commission of India & Director, The Nehru Centre Jude Kelly OBE, Artistic Director, Southbank Centre Deyan Sudjic, Director, Design Museum
58:04
May 17, 2012
Bright Ideas
Comment Conference: Intelligent London Co-Chairs: Rosamund Urwin, Columnist, London Evening Standard & Peter York, Cultural Commentator & Associate, Editorial Intelligence 1. Michael Berlin, Historian, Birkbeck, University of London 2. Ben Rogers, Director, the Centre for London, Demos 3. Nico Macdonald, Spy & Co-author, BIG POTATOES 4. Clare Clark, Author, The Great Stink & Beautiful Lies
1:03:59
May 17, 2012
Mayoral Commentariat
In association with the City of London Corporation Chair: Tony Halmos, Director of Public Relations, City of London Corporation Panel: Peter Kellner, President, YouGov Steve Richards, Chief Political Commentator, The Independent Pippa Crerar, City Hall Editor, London Evening Standard Tony Travers, Director, LSE London
1:22:25
April 27, 2012
Made in Britian: UK Brands in a Global Market Place
Chair: Peter York, Cultural Commentator Panel:  Lesley Batchelor, Director General, the Institute of Export Ian Brinkley, Director, The Work Foundation Sir Andrew Cahn,Vice Chairman, Public Policy, Nomura International Plc and Governor, Institute for Government Dawne Stubbs, Director, Design Apparel
57:21
March 29, 2012
Keynote 2
Peter Luff, Minister for Defence Equipment, Support and Technology
30:02
March 29, 2012
Keynote 1
Martin McCourt, Former Chief Executive, Dyson Moderated by Hugh Pym, Chief Economics Correspondent, BBC News
45:02
March 29, 2012
How to Inspire and Incentivise Young People to Make Things
Chair: Martin Bright, Founder & Chief Executive, New Deal of the Mind Panel:  Rachel Carr, BAE Systems young engineer & award winning apprentice Brian Holliday, Divisional Director, Industry Automation, Siemens Dr Rhys Morgan, Head of Secretariat at Education for Engineering (E4E), Royal Academy of Engineering David Perks, Head of Physics, Graveney School and author, 'What is Science Education for?'
57:02
March 29, 2012
Techniques & Technologies: What is 21st Century Manufacturing?
Chair: David Crow, Managing Editor, City A.M. Panel:  Sally Leonard, Business Consultant, Creative Industries, Centa & Owner, Leonard of London  Roman Manthey, Group Operations Director for Great Britain, Coca-Cola Enterprises Professor ManMohan S. Sodhi, Professor, Operations and Supply Chain Management, Cass Business School and Executive Director of the BML Munjal Global Manufacturing Institute and Visiting Clincal Professor in the Operations Management group, Indian School of Business Nigel Whitehead, Group Managing Director Programmes & Support, BAE Systems
59:40
March 29, 2012
'Economic Rebuild - Where are we now?'
Opinion Former Panel In association with Sky News, R3 - Association of Business Recovery Professionals & kindly hosted by ICAP Chair: Ed Conway, Economics Editor, Sky News Panel: Frances Coulson, President, R3;  Guy Fraser-Sampson, Senior Fellow, Cass Business School;  Xavier Rolet, Chief Executive, London Stock Exchange Group;  Don Smith, Economist ICAP; Jeremy Warner, Assistant Editor & Commentator, The Daily Telegraph  Iain Wright MP, Shadow Minister for Competitiveness and Enterprise Tuesday 27th March
1:18:57
March 28, 2012
ei Paper Review & Media Discussion
Chair: Julia Hobsbawm, Editorial Intelligence Panel: Di Burton, Cicada Communications Caroline Daniel, FT Weekend Iain Martin, Daily Mail David Rowan, WIRED UK
41:56
March 20, 2012
Is It Art & Culture Not Politics That Changes The World Forever?
Co-Chairs: Jan Dalley, Financial Times and Peter York, Cultural Commentator & Editorial Intelligence Panel: David Davis MP Sophie Hastings, GQ John Plowman, Beacon Art Project
1:01:18
March 20, 2012
What Did We Learn This Weekend?
Chair: Peter York, Cultural Commentator & Editorial Intelligence Panel: Harvey Goldsmith CBE Viv Groskop, Observer Shyama Perera, Journalist & Broadcaster Jon Snow, Channel 4 News
26:25
March 20, 2012
Is Sustainability Central To Sustaining Business?
Co-Chairs: Leo Johnson, Price waterhouse Coopers & BBC World News ‘Down to Business’ and Julie Meyer, Ariadne Capital Panel: Professor Lynda Gratton, London Business School & “The Shift” Matt Peacock, Vodafone Mike Wright, Jaguar Land Rover
56:58
March 20, 2012
Slow Is The New Fast
WHAT IS THE BEST MODEL FOR SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS? Chair: Matthew Gwyther, Management Today Panel: Henry Chevallier Guild, Aspall; Simon Walker, Institute of Directors; Darcy Willson-Rymer, Clinton Cards
52:56
March 20, 2012
Bright Idea
Chair: Derek Wyatt, Oxford Internet Institute and Internet Policy Institute Sarah Churchwell, University of East Anglia: ‘The Lasting Impact of the American Dream’
19:51
March 20, 2012
Edelman Editions
Richard Sambrook, Edelman in conversation with Janet Goldsmith, JGA and Caryn Mandabach, Producer: ‘The Durability of Television’
40:52
March 20, 2012
Behaviour Change: The Environmental Elephant In The Room
Session Partner: Heathrow Co-Chairs: John Smythe, Engage for Change and Caroline Daniel, FT Weekend Panel: Simon Baugh, Heathrow Professor Lorraine Gamman, Design Against Crime Research Centre Ed Gillespie, Futerra Sustainability Communications Mitch Besser, mothers2mothers
1:00:15
March 20, 2012
Closing Bright idea
Chair: Stefan Stern, Edelman Rt Hon. David Davis MP
24:00
March 20, 2012
Bright Ideas
Co-Chairs: Adrian Monck, World Economic Forum and Mary Ann Sieghart, The Independent 1. John Mitchinson, Unbound: ‘Why the Book is Sustainable’ 2. Bedwyr Williams, Multi-media Visual Artist: ‘There’s Methodist in My Madness’ 3. Simon Jenkins, The Guardian & London Evening Standard: ‘The Singular Lasting Charm of Portmeirion’
23:42
March 20, 2012
Mass Over Matter In A Mass Age
SCIENCE&MEDICINE Chair: Jon Snow, Channel 4 News Panel: Martin Rees, Trinity College Cambridge and Sir Mark Walport, The Wellcome Trust
1:03:08
March 20, 2012
Bright Ideas 2
Co-Chairs: Louise Chunn, Psychologies and Morice Mendoza, Mendozamedia 1. Jack Stoerger, eiAtlantic & James Long, Long Productions: A brief Poetry reading from Bloodaxe Books ‘Being Human’ 2. Satish Kumar, Resurgence: ‘Soil, Soul & Society’ 3. Nicola Streeten, Artist: ‘Fresh Forms of Art From Old Memories’
28:00
March 20, 2012
Bright Ideas 1
Co-Chairs: Stefan Stern, Edelman and Gaby Darbyshire, Gawker Media eiTV: Sustaining a Business over Centuries - Aspall 1. David Rowan, WIRED UK: ‘How Lasting is ‘New’ Technology?’ 2. Stef Kranendijk, Desso: ‘Cradle to Cradle and the Circular Economy’ 3. Mrs Moneypenny, Financial Times: ‘Career Advice for Everyone, Especially Ambitious Women’
33:56
March 20, 2012
‘Pre-Oscars Special: They made my book into a film’
In association with and kindly hosted by Somerset House Trust Chair: John Wilson, Presenter, BBC Radio 4’s Front Row Panel: Amelia Granger, Executive VP - Development, Working Title Films Revel Guest, Executive Producer, War Horse Laura Hassan, Editorial Director, Vintage Classics Benjamin Mee, Author, 'We Bought A Zoo'
1:24:16
February 8, 2012
2012 'Pre-Davos' Predictions
In association with the Financial Times Introduced by Lionel Barber, Editor, Financial Times Chair: Martin Dixon, Deputy Editor, Financial Times Panel: Guy Elliott, Chief Financial Officer, Rio Tinto Loretta Napoleoni, Economist & Bestselling Author, 'Rogue Economics', 'Terror Incorporated' & 'Maonomics' Ambassador Louis Susman, United States Ambassador to the Court of St James's Martin Wolf, Chief Economic Commentator, Financial Times Tues 10th Jan 2012
1:26:03
January 10, 2012
Women In The Media
Chair: Sarah Montague, Presenter, The Today Programme Panel: Professor Sarah Churchwell, Professor of American Literature and Public Understanding of the Humanities, University of East Anglia Viv Groskop, Columnist, The Observer Catherine Mayer, London Bureau Chief, TIME
43:07
December 5, 2011
Bright Ideas
Chair: Julia Hobsbawm, Chair & CEO, Editorial Intelligence Emma France, Head of Development – Europe, mothers2mothers on 'Empowering women with AIDS' Catherine Mayer, London Bureau Chief, TIME on 'Amortality' 
1:03:59
December 5, 2011
Boardroom 2.0
Chair: Caroline Webb, Partner, McKinsey & Company Panel: Sherry Coutu, Serial Entrepreneur, Angel Investor & Non-executive Director Emma Jacobs, Global Communications Director, Financial Times Carolanne Minashi, Head - EMEA, Diversity, Employee Relations & Employee Engagement, Citi Henrietta Royle, CEO, Fanshawe Haldin & Founder Member, 30% Club
1:15:11
December 5, 2011
Research Presentation: Women on the Board - the Public Perspective
Deborah Mattinson, Founding Director, 'Britain Thinks'
26:09
December 4, 2011
Keynote
Miriam González, Senior Lawyer, chaired by Andrew Hill, Management Editor, Financial Times
45:02
December 4, 2011
What is 'The Gender Agenda'?
Chair: Kirsty Lang, Presenter, BBC Radio 4's Front Row Panel: Lynne Franks, Business woman, author & broadcaster Vivian Hunt, Director, McKinsey & Company Julie Meyer, Founder & CEO, Ariadne Capital Loretta Tomasi, Chief Executive, English National Opera
1:10:16
December 4, 2011
The Gender Agenda - Opening Remarks
Lynne Featherstone MP, Minister for Equalities
17:44
December 4, 2011
Crisis & Culture: Does Creativity Thrive on Turmoil?
Chair: Sujata Sen, British Council Panel: Kishwar Desai, novelist & Winner Costa First Novel Award 2010 Dr. Rashmi Poddar, Director Jnanapravaha Mumbai Art History & Aesthetics  Parmesh Shahani, Head of India Culture Lab, Author of ‘Gay Bombay’ & editor-at-large of ‘Verve’
36:41
December 4, 2011
The New Digital Individual: Is New Technology Liberating or Enslaving?
Chair: Rob Grimshaw, Managing Director, FT.com Panel: Aditya Dev Sood,  Founder, Center for Knowledge Socities Julia Hobsbawm, Editorial Intelligence Dan Lloyd, Director of Public Policy for Emerging Markets, Vodafone Nishant Shah, Director, the Center for Internet and Society
53:39
December 4, 2011
The Singular Influence of Cinema on Media & Communications
Chair: Professor Rachel Dwyer, Professor of Indian Culture and Cineman, SOAS Panel: R Balakrishnan (Balki), Chairman & Chief Creative Officer, Lowe Lintas, Mumbai Shyam Benegal, writer and director Amit Khanna, Head, Reliance Entertainment Meera Syal, Actor, writer and bestselling author
52:52
December 4, 2011
Business Responsibility: Philanthropy and Individualism; Corporate Individuality and Accountability
Chair: Jo Johnson MP, former Associate Editor, Financial Times & author ‘Reconnecting Britain and India - Ideas for an Enhanced Partnership' Panel: Vinita Bali, Managing Director, Britannia Industries Vikram Mehta, Chairman, Shell India; Nasser Munjee, Chairman, DCB  Roopa Purushothaman, Managing Director – Research, Everstone Capital Advisors Pvt Ltd
48:22
December 4, 2011
India's Place in a Threatening World
Chair: James Crabtree, Financial TimesPanel:  Mihir Bose, Writer & Broadcaster; Narinder Nayar, Mumbai First & Managing Director, Concast (India) Limited  Dr Shashi Tharoor MP, MP & Author Tristram Hunt MP, author
47:53
December 4, 2011
Names Not Numbers - Mumbai, Opening Keynote
Dr Shashi Tharoor MP, MP & author, on: '26/11: Three Years Later'
10:28
December 4, 2011
Foreign Ownership & Investment: friend or foe for British business?
In association with Cass Business School
 Chair: Sarah Smith, Business Correspondent, Channel 4 News 
Panel: Lord Lyndon Harrison, Chairman, the Lords’ Committee For Economic and Financial Affairs and International TradeProfessor Scott Moeller, Director of  the M&A Research Centre, Cass Business SchoolFrances O'Grady, Deputy General Secretary, TUCStephen Pattison, Director & CEO, International Chamber of Commerce UK 
3rd November 2011Cass Business School
1:07:36
November 3, 2011
Who sets the terms of the public conversation?
In association with Edelman
 Chair: Stefan Stern, Director of Strategy, Edelman
 Panel: Jenny Grey, Director of Policy Communications, No.10 and Cabinet OfficeIain Martin, Columnist & Consultant Editor, The Daily MailDavid Smith, Economics Editor, The Sunday Times Anne Spackman, Comment Editor, The TimesOpinion Former PanelWednesday 12th OctoberEdelman
1:25:57
October 14, 2011
Business & Politics
A Special Conversation In association with the Institute for Government Chair: Lord Andrew Adonis, Institute for Goverment Panel: Sir Richard Lambert, Former Director-General CBI Rt Hon. Alistair Darling MP, former Chancellor of the Exchequer 14th July 2011
1:25:38
July 15, 2011
Bright ideas: 3. Chrysi Philalithes
Bright ideas: 3. Chrysi Philalithes, (RED)™: ‘(RED) in 140 characters’ Names Not Numbers NYC
23:36
July 12, 2011
Mobile Media & Communications: What’s next?
Chair: George Brock, Professor and Head of Journalism, City University 
Panel: Simon Andrews, Founder, addictive Andrew Hawkins, Director of Mobile, Skinkers Rory O’Neill, Vice President, Software and Services EMEA, Research In Motion (BlackBerry)  Matthew Kirk, Group External Affairs Director, Vodafone Derek Wyatt, Digital Consultant & Founder, Oxford Internet Institute and Internet Policy Institute Comment Conference - Mobile World 6th July 2011
1:26:27
July 7, 2011
In Conversation
Conrad Wolfram, Worldwide Strategic Director, European Co-founder and CEO, Wolfram Research “In Conversation” with Benjamin Cohen, Technology Correspondent, Channel 4 News Comment Conference - Mobile World 6th July 2011
40:25
July 7, 2011
Mobile News Cycle: Global Politics & World Change
Chair: Martin Fewell, Deputy Editor, Channel 4 News
 Panel: Con Coughlin, Executive Foreign Editor, Telegraph Media Group Jodie Ginsberg, Bureau Chief, UK & Ireland, Reuters John Lloyd, Contributing Editor, Financial Times & Director of Journalism at the Reuters Institute;  Comment Conference - Mobile World 6th July 2011
1:13:30
July 7, 2011
Tweeting, Blogging, Messaging: Mobile Opinions
Chair: Julia Hobsbawm, Chair & CEO, Editorial Intelligence
 Panel: Kerstin Rodgers, Ms Marmitelover Jennifer Howze, CyberMummy Noam Shemtov, Leverhulme Lecturer in IP & Computer Communications Law, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London Will Straw, Associate Director for Strategic Development, IPPR Comment Conference - Mobile World 6th July 2011
1:10:39
July 7, 2011
Cyber Security: How safe can your data ever be?
Chair Frank Gardner, Security Correspondent BBC Panel: Henry Harrison, Technical Director, Detica;  Misha Glenny, Author, 'McMafia & DarkMarket: Cyberthieves, Cybercops and You' (Forthcoming);  Inmaculada Martinez, Co-founder, Agora9 & Partner, Opus Corporate Finance LLP;  Damian Collins MP, Member, House of Commons Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee  Comment Conference - Mobile World 6th July 2011
1:10:59
July 7, 2011
Opening 'Thoughts for the Day'
Chair Marshall Manson, Edelman Panel David Rowan, Editor, Wired UK Magazine
 Mark Rogers, CEO & Co-founder Market Sentinel ‘The Spread of Ideas in a Mobile World’ 
 Theresa Wise, Founder, TWise Consulting Comment Conference - Mobile World 6th July 2011
56:32
July 7, 2011
Phone Hacking
Mark Lewis, the Dowler's family lawyer remarks on the latest phone hacking revelations. Comment Conference: Mobile World London, 6 July 2011
18:07
July 6, 2011
Modern Journalism: Creative Curiosity and the Future of News
Groupthink3: Chair: Emily Bell, Tow Centre for Journalism, Columbia University Panel: Gaby Darbyshire, Gawker Media;  Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson, Financial Times;  Bob Guccione Jr, media entrepreneur;  Martin Nesirky, Spokesperson for the Secretary-General, United Nations  Indrani Sen, CUNY
1:13:21
June 30, 2011
Bright Ideas 1
Chair: Julia Hobsbawm, Editorial Intelligence1 Nina Planck, Real Foodist“Food for pleasure and life”2 Victoria Floethe & Kate Rose“Women’s desire”3 Jon Kamen, Radical Media
34:27
June 30, 2011
Individual in a Mass Age 2
Neil Gaiman, bestselling author and writer - “The lone individual writing for many masses”, in conversation with John Hodgman, Famous minor TV personality
1:03:13
June 30, 2011
Futurecasting: Will Individuality Win Out Over The Mass Age?
Closing Session: Chair: James Crabtree, Financial Times Panel: Janet Goldsmith, Names Not Numbers New York;  Chris Marchand, Executive Vice President, Operations, Jaguar Land Rover North America;  Jacob Weisberg, Slate Group  Peter York, social commentator. Names Not Numbers NYC
1:06:13
June 27, 2011
Bright Ideas 3
Chair: Michael Vachon, Soros Fund Management LLC 1. Anna Pinedo, Morrison Foerster “Is creative finance destructive?” 2. William Cohan Best selling Author and Journalist "What we know about individual responsibility in upper echelons of finance" Names Not Numbers NYC
41:56
June 27, 2011
Individual in a Mass Age 5
PJ Crowley, former United States Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs ‘the individual’s moral duty in politics’ followed by a Q&A moderated by Gillian Tett Names Not Numbers NYC
31:24
June 27, 2011
What Happens When the Rich Get Richer - The Flaw in Finance
Preview of the Sundance-selected documentary film “The Flaw” and Q&A with Louis Hyman Names Not Numbers NYC
14:43
June 27, 2011
Individual in a Mass Age
Ken Auletta, The New Yorker interviewed by Gillian Tett, Financial Times Names Not Numbers NYC
40:27
June 27, 2011
What does the Facebook generation need to learn?
Editorial Intelligence and The Sunday Times/Wellington College Festival of Education  In the chair: Dr Anthony Seldon, Master, Wellington College On the panel: Professor Sarah Churchwell, Professor of American Literature and Public Understanding of the Humanities, University of East Anglia;  Professor Niall Ferguson, Harvard University, LSE, Author, ‘Civilization’ and Columnist, Newsweek;  Harvey Goldsmith CBE, Chairman, Ignite;  Ben Hammersley, Writer, Technologist and Editor-at-Large, Wired Jenni Russell, Commentator, The Sunday Times, The Guardian and London Evening Standard Sunday 26th June 2011  Wellington College,  Crowthorne,  Berkshire,  RG45 7PU 
1:13:16
June 27, 2011
Bright Ideas 2
Chair: Janet Goldsmith, Names Not Numbers New York 1. Pat Mitchell, The Paley Center for Media “How revolutionary is Social Media?” 2. Aditya Dev Sood, Centre for Knowledge Studies “Technocratic versus Sociocentric Innovation in India (1327-present)” 3.Chrysi Philalithes, (RED) "(RED) in 140 characters’"
47:47
June 27, 2011
Creativity In Business
Groupthink3: Chair: John Gapper, Financial Times Panel: Matthew Bishop, The Economist; Rob Kaufelt, Murray’s Cheese, Gayle Lemmon, Council on Foreign Relations and author 'The Dressmaker of Khair Khana'; Lucy P.Marcus, Marcus Venture Consulting; Katherine Oliver and Commissioner, Mayor’s Office of Media & Entertainment. Names Not Numbers NYC
48:31
June 27, 2011
What Happens After the Industrial Revolution is Over?
Individual in a Mass Age 3: Seth Godin, Bestseller, instigator, blogger Names Not Numbers NYC
29:43
June 27, 2011
Celebrity - the Ultimate Individual?
Names Not Numbers NYC Groupthink: Is the modern era best defined by celebrity and is the expression of individuality possible without it? Chair: Betsy Gleick, PEOPLE MAGAZINE Panel:  Diane Clehane, Madeline Communications  Bob Guccione Jr, media entrepreneur Mark Harris, writer  Marc Karimzadeh, Women’s Wear Daily
1:02:56
June 25, 2011
Creativity And Its Discontents
Names Not Numbers NYC Sponsored by the British Council
 Where does creativity thrive? What troubles the creative individual? How truthful is creativity in this ‘reality’ era in TV, documentary and the movies? 
Chair: Caroline Daniel, Financial Times
 Panel Clemency Burton-Hill, BBC;  Caryn Mandabach, Caryn Manadabach Productions;  Sasha Frere-Jones, The New Yorker Jordan Roth, Jujamcyn Theaters;      
1:04:08
June 25, 2011
Mobile World Round Table discussion
chaired by James Crabtree, Comment Editor of the Financial Times
22:07
June 25, 2011
How well do Business and Government understand each other?
Opinion Former Panel In association with the Institute for Government  Chair: Gary Gibbon, Political Editor, Channel 4 News  Panel:  John Authers, Global Editor, Lex, Financial Times John Cridland, Director- General, CBI Patricia Hewitt MP, former Cabinet Minister, Senior Independent Director, BT Group and Chair, UK India Business Council Lord Sainsbury of Turville, former Minister for Science and Innovation, Founder & Settlor, Gatsby Charitable Foundation and Chairman of Trustees, Institute for Government Lord Wolfson of Apsley Guise, Chief Executive, Next Plc  9th June 2011
1:24:42
June 9, 2011
The Art of the Interview
In association with and kindly hosted by BBC Academy With a ‘Thought for the Day’ from  Mark Lawson, Presenter, Front Row, BBC Radio 4 and Columnist, The Guardian  Camilla Long, Chief Interviewer, The Sunday Times Libby Purves, Author, Broadcaster & Journalist Moderated by Charlie Burgess, Communications Consultant
1:29:42
June 2, 2011
Intern Nation: How do we skill up young people to get jobs?
Editorial Intelligence, the National Apprenticeship Service and the Taylor Bennett Foundation Chair: Brian Groom, UK Business and Employment Editor, Financial Times Panel: Martin Bright, Founder and Chief Executive, New Deal of the Mind Gemma Lines, Head of Graduate Marketing, Recruitment & Development, Citi Laurie Penny, Journalist, Author and Activist Simon Waugh, Executive Chairman, National Apprenticeship Service Faye Wenman, Trustee, Taylor Bennett Foundation Thursday 26th May 2011 BIS Conference Centre 1 Victoria Street London, SW1H 0ET
1:33:04
May 26, 2011
Thought For The Day 17th May 2011
with   James Forsyth, Political Editor, The Spectator;  Viv Groskop, Columnist, Observer Walter Schwarz, retired Foreign Correspondent, the Guardian & Author, ‘The Ideal Occupation’. The conversation moderated by Julia Hobsbawm, Chair & CEO, Editorial Intelligence.
1:01:17
May 17, 2011
The Importance of Books and Writing
An eiClub Hay Festival Discussion Chair: Peter Florence, Director, The Hay Festival Panel: Jonny Geller, Literary Agent and Managing Director, Curtis Brown;  Sarah Hunter, Head of UK Public Policy, Google;  David Nicholls, Author and Screenwriter;  Alexandra Pringle, Group Editor-in-Chief, Bloomsbury Publishing Polly Samson, Author, ‘Perfect Lives’ 11th May 2011  The Hospital Club,  24 Endell Street, London WC2H 9HQ
1:21:25
May 11, 2011
War: An affordable Luxury?
In the chair: Bronwen Maddox, Editor and Chief Executive, Prospect Magazine   On the panel: Fatima Bhutto, Author, ‘Songs of Blood and Sword: A Daughter’s Memoir’ Professor Michael Clarke, Director, Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies Deborah Haynes, Defence Editor, The Times Rear Admiral Chris Parry CBE, Strategic Forecaster, Security Specialist and Writer Professor Hew Strachan, Trustee, Imperial War Museum and Chichele Professor of the History of War, All Souls College, University of Oxford   Imperial War Museum 14th April 2011
1:13:40
April 18, 2011
Thought for the Day x 2
Giles Gibbons, Partner, Good Business   Julie Meyer, Chief Executive, Ariadne Capital   Comment Conference: Enterprise - 7th April 2011 In association with BAE Systems, Cass Business School, Lloyds Banking Group, Financial Times, New Deal of the Mind, Smithfield Consultants
24:02
April 11, 2011
Entrepreneurship
Chair: Luke Johnson, Commentator, FT and Chairman, Risk Capital Partners   Panel: Oli Barrett, Founder, Make Your Mark with a Tenner; Stephan Chambers, Director of the MBA and EMBA, Saїd Business School and Chairman, Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship at Skoll Foundation; Peter Higgins, Director, Charles Tyrwhitt, Joe Browns, Cath Kidston; Sam Roddick, Founder, Coco-De-Mer   Comment Conference: Enterprise - 7th April 2011 In association with BAE Systems, Cass Business School, Lloyds Banking Group, Financial Times, New Deal of the Mind, Smithfield Consultants
1:09:54
April 11, 2011
Skills for a New Era of Great British Enterprise
Charlie Mayfield, Chairman, the John Lewis Partnership – In conversation with Faisal Islam, Economics Editor, Channel 4 News Comment Conference: Enterprise - 7th April 2011 In association with BAE Systems, Cass Business School, Lloyds Banking Group, Financial Times, New Deal of the Mind, Smithfield Consultants
33:50
April 10, 2011
Women in Enterprise: always the winner?
Chair: Julia Hobsbawm, CEO and Chair, Editorial Intelligence   Panel: Dinah Bennett OBE, Director, International Centre for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise; Katie Hopkins, Owner and Founder, Katie Hopkins Ltd; Rachel Krys, Director, Inclusive Employers; Gita Patel, Director & Fund Manager, Stargate Capital Management Limited Comment Conference: Enterprise - 7th April 2011 In association with BAE Systems, Cass Business School, Lloyds Banking Group, Financial Times, New Deal of the Mind, Smithfield Consultants
1:24:43
April 10, 2011
The Political View of Enterprise - Keynote
Rt. Hon. David Willetts MP, Minister for Universities and Science. Department for Business, Innovation and Skills   Comment Conference: Enterprise - 7th April 2011 In association with BAE Systems, Cass Business School, Lloyds Banking Group, Financial Times, New Deal of the Mind, Smithfield Consultants
18:11
April 10, 2011
The Enterprise Economy: The Skills Agenda
Chair: Martin Vander Weyer, Business Editor, Spectator.   Panel: Martin Bright, Founder, New Deal of the Mind; Professor Steven Haberman, Director and Deputy Dean of Cass Business School; Simon Jewell, Managing Director Strategic Capability Solutions, BAE Systems; Shirley Soskin, Managing Partner and Founder of Silverhawk Partners   Comment Conference - 7th April 2011 In association with BAE Systems, Cass Business School, Lloyds Banking Group, Financial Times, New Deal of the Mind, Smithfield Consultants
1:05:19
April 10, 2011
A Royal Wedding: Monarchy, Class, History and Celebrity in a 21st Century Recession
Chair:  Peter York, Social Commentator and Associate, Editorial IntelligencePanel:  H.E. Ms Nicola Clase, Ambassador of Sweden to the UKRachel Johnson, Editor, The LadyPeter Kellner, President, YouGovSarah Sands, Deputy Editor, London Evening StandardPeter Tatchell, Campaign Director, Peter Tatchell Foundation (PTF) Commonwealth Club 30th Mar 2011
1:23:54
March 31, 2011
Fragility, Complexity & Society
Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Former Trader and Author of 'The Black Swan'Q&A moderated by Matthew Taylor, RSA Names Not Numbers   Portmerion 4th-6th Mar 2011
32:56
March 10, 2011
Politics: Community and Values?
Chair: James Crabtree, Financial Times Panel:Douglas Alexander MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth AffairsIain Dale, LBC Radio Host & PublisherOlly Grender, Communications ConsultantPeter Kellner, YouGov Names Not Numbers Portmerion 4th-6th Mar 2011
52:44
March 10, 2011
Business Values: Shareholder vs Society
Opening Remarks by Matthew Kirk, Vodafone Chair: Mrs Moneypenny, Financial Times Panel:Will Butler-Adams, Brompton BicyclesGiles Gibbons, Good BusinessMatthew Gwyther, Management TodayMatthew Kirk, VodafoneCliff Oswick, Cass Business School Names Not Numbers Portmerion 4th-6th Mar 2011
1:17:17
March 10, 2011
What did we learn this weekend?
Chair: Robert Phillips, Edelman Panel:Stephen Barber, Pictet & CieBaroness Helena Kennedy QCMatthew Kirk, VodafoneSanjay Nazerali, BBC Global News Names Not Numbers Portmerion 4th-6th Mar 2011
26:25
March 10, 2011
Are Community Values Changing?
In association with Guinness for Good Chair: Jenni Russell, Commentator Panel:Anwar Akhtar, The SamosaLouise Casey, Victims CommissionerClaire Fox, Institute of IdeasFiona Rawes MBE, Business in the Community Names Not Numbers Portmerion 4th-6th Mar 2011
52:51
March 10, 2011
Thoughts for the Day
chaired by Stefan Stern, Edelman. Robert Phillips, Edelman: 'The Advance of Citizen Capitalism' K.A.S Quinn, Writer: 'Victorian Values and the individuality of Crystal Palace' Josh Howie, Comedian: 'Religion - a Dirty Word?' Names Not Numbers Portmerion 4th-6th Mar 2011  
42:00
March 10, 2011
Media Values
Chair: Peter York, Cultural CommentatorPanel:David Abraham, Channel 4Gaby Darbyshire, Gawker MediaJanet Goldsmith, JGA and Names Not Numbers New YorkRachel Johnson, The LadyStephen Lambert, Studio LambertCaroline Michel, PFD  Names Not Numbers Portmerion 4th-6th Mar 2011
1:15:32
March 10, 2011
Culture and Community
Chair: Martin Bright, New Deal of the MindPanel:Nick Capaldi, Arts Council of WalesIvo Dawnay, National TrustPeter Florence, Hay FestivalGwyn Miles, Somerset House Trust Names Not Numbers Portmerion 4th-6th Mar 2011
59:46
March 10, 2011
Nudge vs Nanny
Nudge or Nanny: Individuals and State intervention   Chair: Alice Sherwood Panel:Tommy Helsby, Kroll EurasiaBaroness Oona King, Channel 4Suzanne Moore, The Guardian & Mail on Sunday  Neil Stewart, Neil Stewart Associates   Names Not Numbers Portmerion 4th-6th Mar 2011  
52:37
March 10, 2011
The Community Romance
Keynote from Simon Schama Names Not Numbers Portmerion 4th-6th Mar 2011
35:38
March 10, 2011
Thought for the Day 9th Mar 2011
 with Catherine Mayer, London Bureau Chief, TIME Magazine;  Dan Sabbagh, Head of Media and Technology, The Guardian and  John Whittingdale OBE MP, Member of Parliament for Maldon and Chair, Culture, Media and Sport Committee. Chaired by Peter York Somerset House
1:20:32
March 9, 2011
'Thought for the Day' network
With a 'thought for the day' from  Louise Chunn, Editor, Psychologies;  James Geary, Journalist and Author, 'I Is an Other: The Secret Life of Metaphor and How It Shapes the Way We See the World'  Amol Rajan, Deputy Comment Editor, The Independent and Author, 'Twirlymen: the Unlikely History of Cricket's Greatest Spin Doctors'. Chaired by Charlie Burgess, Editorial Director, Editorial Intelligence 10th Feb 2011 Somerset House
1:21:45
February 10, 2011
Can Philanthropy Save the Arts?
Opinion Former Panel Chair: Veronica Wadley, London Chair, Arts Council England Panel: Will Gompertz, Arts Editor, BBC           Nicolas Kent, Director, Tricycle Theatre           Julia Peyton-Jones, Director, Serpentine Gallery           John Studzinski, Global Head of Advisory Partners,           The Blackstone Group International Partners, LLP           Colin Tweedy, Chief Executive, Arts & Business 2nd Feb 2011
1:32:17
February 3, 2011
Opinion Former Panel ‘The Job Market’
In association with Cass Business School and Taylor Bennett Chair: Michael Skapinker, Assistant Editor, Financial Times, and Columnist and            Editor, FT’s Special Reports Panel : James Caan, Serial Entrepreneur and CEO, Hamilton Bradshaw                          Sarah Juillet, Director of Postgraduate Careers, Cass Business School                           Suzanne Moore, Columnist, The Guardian and Mail on Sunday                          Chantal Tregear, Director, Taylor Bennett. Cass Business School 18th Jan 2011
1:11:41
January 19, 2011
A Special Thought for the Day: The Year Ahead
In association with the Financial Times Chair: Lionel Barber, Editor, Financial Times Panel: Lord Andrew Adonis, Director, Institute for Government           Terry Smith, Chief Executive, Tullett Prebon           Gillian Tett, US Managing Editor, Financial Times           Baroness Shriti Vadera, Advisor to Governments and global corporations   Financial Times 13th Jan 2011  
1:04:58
January 13, 2011
Networked Nation Keynote Speech
An equipment malfunction meant that the introduction and beginning of the closing keynote speech was not recorded.   We join Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries about 30 seconds in.   Networked Nation 14th December 2010 London editorial intelligence in association with Race Online 2012, Channel 4, Detica, Edleman, Mumsnet, Philharmonia Orchestra
36:29
December 20, 2010
Showcase - Niall Murphy
Niall Murphy, Co-Founder, Evrythng Networked Nation editorial intelligence in association with Race Online 2012, Channel 4, Detica, Edleman, Mumsnet, Philharmonia Orchestra 14th December 2010 Microsoft 100 Victoria Street London SW1E 5JL
19:39
December 16, 2010
Showcase - Matt Locke
Matt Locke, Head of Cross Platform, Channel 4  Networked Nation editorial intelligence in association with Race Online 2012, Channel 4, Detica, Edleman, Mumsnet, Philharmonia Orchestra 14th December 2010 Microsoft 100 Victoria Street London SW1E 5JL
22:58
December 16, 2010
Does the Internet have a Future?
In association with Detica Chair: Benjamin Cohen, Business/Technology Correspondent, Channel 4 News Panel:  James Harkin, Director of Flockwatching and Author of ‘Cyburbia’ Henry Harrison, Technical Director, Detica Mary Ann Sieghart, Writer and Broadcaster Jag Singh, Founder, MessageSpace.   Networked Nation editorial intelligence in association with Race Online 2012, Channel 4, Detica, Edleman, Mumsnet, Philharmonia Orchestra 14th December 2010 Channel 4 124 Horseferry Road London
43:58
December 16, 2010
Showcase - David McCandless
Showcase - David McCandless, Author, ‘Information is Beautiful’ Networked Nation editorial intelligence in association with Race Online 2012, Channel 4, Detica, Edleman, Mumsnet, Philharmonia Orchestra   14th December 2010 Channel 4 124 Horseferry Road London
34:14
December 15, 2010
Digital Innovation – what’s new now?
In association with Edelman Chair: Stefan Stern, Director of Strategy, Edelman Panel:  Ben Hammersley, Writer & Technologist Professor Lucy Hooberman; Director of Digital Media and Innovation, University of Warwick Nico Macdonald, Spy and Co-Author, ‘BIG POTATOES: The London Manifesto for Innovation’ Richard Slaney, Head of Digital, Philharmonia Orchestra.   Networked Nation editorial intelligence in association with Race Online 2012, Channel 4, Detica, Edleman, Mumsnet, Philharmonia Orchestra   14th December 2010 Channel 4 124 Horseferry Road London
1:22:21
December 15, 2010
How to Create a Networked Nation?
Chair: Derek Wyatt, Digital Consultant & Founder, Oxford Internet Institute Panel:  Alex Balfour, Head of New Media, London 2012 Ashley Highfield, Managing Director  & VP, Consumer & Online UK, Microsoft Jolanta Lasota, Chief Executive, Treehouse Justine Roberts, CEO & Founder, Mumsnet.   Networked Nation editorial intelligence in association with Race Online 2012, Channel 4, Detica, Edleman, Mumsnet, Philharmonia Orchestra 14th December 2010 Microsoft 100 Victoria Street London SW1E 5JL
1:15:13
December 15, 2010
In Conversation - Martha Lane Fox
Martha Lane Fox, UK Digital Champion in conversation with David Rowan, Editor, Wired UK   Networked Nation -  editorial intelligence in association with Race Online 2012, Channel 4, Detica, Edleman, Mumsnet, Philharmonia Orchestra   14th December 2010 Microsoft 100 Victoria Street London SW1E 5JL
46:14
December 15, 2010
Thought For the Day - Dec 7th 2010
Editorial Intelligence Festive BreakfastModerated by Peter York With a 'Thought for the Day' fromElaine Bedell, Director of Entertainment and Comedy, ITV Luke Johnson, Chair, RSA and Founder & Chairman, Risk Capital PartnersCommodore R K Tarrant, Director Naval Staff, Royal NavyCouttsTuesday 7th December  2010
1:03:32
December 7, 2010
Is the Big Society working?
Opinion Former Panel ‘Is the Big Society working?’ In association with Cass Business School, Policy Exchange and Reed in Partnership Chair:   Neil O'Brien, Director, Policy Exchange Panel: Kevin Browne, Director of New Business, Reed in Partnership
           Nick Hurd MP, Minister for Civil Society
           Steve Moore, Big Society Network
         Professor Paul Palmer, Associate Dean for Ethics, Sustainability and  Engagement, Cass Business School
           Jenni Russell, Commentator, The Sunday Times & The Guardian Thursday 18th Nov 2010 Cass Business School 106 Bunhill Row City of London  EC1Y 8TZ
1:15:39
November 18, 2010
Arts & Austerity: An Opportunity?
Opinion Former Panel 'Arts & Austerity: An Opportunity?' In association with New Deal of the Mind Chair: John Wilson, Presenter, BBC Radio4's 'Front Row' Panel: Martin Bright, Founder, New Deal of the Mind           Jude Kelly OBE, Founder and Chair, Metal & Artistic Director, South Bank Centre           Nii Sackey, CEO and Founder, Bigga Fish           David Worthington, Chair, Creative and Cultural Skills Thursday 11th Nov 2010 – South Bank
1:23:48
November 11, 2010
Names Not Numbers: Post-view and Preview
London launch of Names Not Numbers 2010 report and 2011 launch – Opinion Former Panel ‘Names Not Numbers: Post-view and Preview' In association with Taylor Bennett, Cass Business School and kindly hosted by the BBC www.namesnotnumbers.com Chair:  Bridget Kendall, BBC Diplomatic Correspondent and Presenter 'The Forum' Panel: David Aaronovitch, Commentator, The Times            Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Commentator and Broadcaster            Claire Fox, Director, Institute of Ideas            Dr Sarah Churchwell, Senior Lecturer in American Literature and Culture,            University of East Anglia BBC Broadcasting House Monday 25th Oct 2010
1:13:59
October 25, 2010
How is individuality best expressed in today’s world?
launch of Names Not Numbers 2010 report and 2011 launch – Opinion Former Panel ‘Names Not Numbers: How is individuality best expressed in today’s world?’ In association with Edelman and the Financial Times www.namesnotnumbers.com Chair:  Gillian Tett, US Managing Editor, Financial Times Panel:  Chris Anderson, Curator, TED            Rob Kaufelt, Owner, Murray's Cheese            Howard Pulchin, Director of Insights, Edelman            Simon Schama, Professor, Columbia University and Contributing Editor, FT            Michael Wolff, Contributing Editor, Vanity Fair and Founder, Newser Tuesday 12th October New York
1:11:22
October 13, 2010
Where does the Truth Lie in the media and communications business today?
Opinion Former PanelEditorial Intelligence In association with City University Journalism and kindly hosted by Searcys Club, The Gherkin Chair:  Robert Phillips, CEO, Edelman Panel: George Brock, Professor and Head of Journalism, City University            Baroness Buscombe, Chairman, PCC            Iain Dale, Political Blogger and Conservative Commentator            Guido Fawkes, www.order-order.com             Julia Hobsbawm, CEO, Editorial Intelligence and author of 'Where the Truth Lies'            Sue Matthias, Editor, FT Magazine and Chair, Women in Journalism            John Ware, Investigative Journalist, BBC's Panorama 30th Sept 2010 The Gherkin 30 St Mary Axe,  London,  EC3A 8EP
1:13:46
October 1, 2010
Thought For The Day 9th Sept 2010
Thought for the Day introduced by Peter York With James Crabtree, Comment Editor, Financial Times;  Kate Garraway, Entertainment Editor, Daybreak and David Rowan, Editor, Wired UK Somerset House 9th Sept 2010
55:30
September 9, 2010
Thought For The Day 8th July 2010
Editorial Intelligence & Engine present a 'Thought For  The Day' with Bill Emmot, Independent Writer, Speaker & Consultant on International Affairs & Chairman of the London Library Anatole Kaletsky, Author of Capitalism 4.0 & Associate Editor, The Times   & introduced by Peter York   8th July 2010   Engine 60 Great Portland Street London W1W 7RT
49:30
July 8, 2010
Brain Drain: Is British Innovation here to stay?
  Comment Conference - Brand New Britain? Editorial Intelligence in association with Edelman and Jaguar Land Rover.   Chair: Nick Barron, Deputy Managing Director, Edelman   Panel:  Melanie Howard, Executive Chair, Future Foundation;  Samantha Roddick, Founder, Coco de Mer; Benjamin Schwarz, Founder, CTO Innovation;  Deyan Sudjic OBE, Director, Design Museum.  
58:04
July 6, 2010
London Central: Does the Capital still command the business heights?
Comment Conference - Brand New Britain London Central: Does the Capital still command the business heights? Editorial Intelligence iIn association with the City of London Corporation. Stuart Fraser, Chairman, Policy & Resources Committee, City of London Corporation talks to Hamish McRae, Associate Editor, The Independent and Author of 'What Works: Success in Stressful Times'.   Somerset House 29th June 2010
37:08
July 1, 2010
Britain Abroad: Can Britain be trusted in the World?
In association with the British Council.Chair: Razia Iqbal, Special Correspondent/Presenter, BBC NewsPanel: Martin Davidson CMG, Chief Executive, The British Council;Bronwen Maddox, Chief Foreign Commentator, The Times;Professor Philippe Sands QC, Author of 'Lawless World'; Dr Anthony Seldon, Political Historian and Master of Wellington College.   Somerset House 29th June 2010
1:09:48
June 30, 2010
British Communications: Still leading the World?
Editorial Intelligence In association with Clear Channel International. Chair: William Eccleshare, President and CEO, Clear Channel InternationalPanel: Elaine Bedell, Director of Entertainment & Comedy, ITV;Simon Lewis, Strategic Communications Advisor, UK Trade and Investment;Jane Martinson, Media Editor, The Guardian; Sanjay Nazerali, Director, Marketing, Communications & Audiences, BBC Global News;Theresa Wise, Media Analyst, Formerly of Disney and Accenture.   Somerset House 29th June 2010
1:04:29
June 30, 2010
Thought For The Day 10th June 2010
Editorial Intelligence & Engine present a 'Thought For  The Day' with Claire Fox, Director Institute Of Ideas Simon Lewis, Communications Strategic Advisor, UK Trade & Investment Jonathan Shalit, Chairman ROAR Group   10th June 2010 ENGINE 60 Great Portland Street London W1W 7RT
50:01
June 10, 2010
Bright Ideas: where business is leading the way
In association with Barclays, Cass Business School and the Financial Times. Chair: Lionel Barber, Editor, The Financial Times Panel: Dame Clara Furse, Former CEO, London Stock Exchange Thomas Segun Ilube, CEO, Garlik Lucy Kellaway, Management Columnist, Financial Times Barbara-Ann King Head of Investments, Barclays Stockbrokers, Barclays Wealth Martha Lane-Fox, UK Digital Champion Darcy Willson-Rymer, MD, Starbucks UK and Ireland.   20th May 2010 Financial Times
1:14:28
May 21, 2010
Kids, Adults... Politicians, People: Where Next for Community?
  Editorial Intelligence and Reed in Partnership present a special ‘Thought for the Day’ to mark the work of Kids Company to discuss:   Kids, Adults... Politicians, People: Where Next  for Community?   With:  Camila Batmanghelidjh, Founder and Chief Executive, Kids Company  Lord Freud, Shadow Minister for Welfare Reform Mary Riddell, Assistant Editor, Daily Telegraph   Wednesday 21st April 2010 Kids Company 1 Kenbury Street London SE5 9BS  
1:04:10
April 21, 2010
Thought for the Day from David Aaronovitch
Part of the Names Not Numbers 2010: Trust, Privacy and Personalisation   Hercules Hall Portmeirion28th Feb 2010
17:04
April 6, 2010
D4Deliver: 'How to get Value & Delivery in Public Policy in an age of austerity'
D4Deliver: 'How to get Value & Delivery in Public Policy in an age of austerity' In association with Cass Business School, Reed in Partnership and The Mind Gym. Chair:
Martin Bright, Founder, New Deal of the Mind; Blogger www.spectator.co.uk and Political Editor, The Jewish Chronicle Panel: Octavius Black, Global Managing Director, The Mind Gym Nick Jarman, Interim Director of Children's and Young People's Services, Doncaster Council Chris Melvin, Chief Executive, Reed in Partnership Mary Riddell, Assistant Editor, Daily Telegraph Professor David Sims, Associate Dean and Head of the Faculty of Management, Cass Business School   Cass Business School Thursday 18th March 2010
1:23:13
March 18, 2010
What did we learn this weekend?
Part of the Names Not Numbers 2010: Trust, Privacy and Personalisation Closing Session: ‘What did we learn this weekend?’ Chair: Julia Hobsbawm, Editorial Intelligence Panel: Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, The Independent William Eccleshare, Clear Channel International Bridget Kendall, BBC World Service Jessica Morris, Jessica Morris Consulting Neil Stewart, Policy Review Intelligence   Portmeirion 28th Feb 2010
1:08:07
March 7, 2010
Names Not Numbers Discussion
Part of the Names Not Numbers 2010: Trust, Privacy and Personalisation Thought for the Day and Discussion Chair: James Mackintosh, FT Panel: Phillip Blond, ResPublica Claire Fox, Institute of Ideas Charles Leadbeater, Innovation Consultant Ben Page, Ipsos MORI Portmeirion 27th Feb 2010
1:00:51
March 7, 2010
The End of an Era: Political Predictions (Pre-Purdah Special)
In association with the Financial Times & Taylor Bennett. Chair:
Jon Sopel, Presenter, BBC Politics Show Panel: Greg Hands MP, Shadow Treasury Minister John Hutton MP, MP for Barrow & Furness Suzanne Moore, Commentator, Mail on Sunday George Parker, Political Editor, Financial Times Sandy Walkington, Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Candidate for St AlbansThursday 4th MarchFinancial Times
1:17:35
March 4, 2010
Trust in Business
Part of the Names Not Numbers 2010: Trust, Privacy and Personalisation Trust in Business   Chair: Stefan Stern, FT.   Panel: Richard Gillingwater, Cass Business School Matthew Kirk, Vodafone Mrs Moneypenny Simon Warr, Jaguar Land Rover Darcy Willson-Rymer, Starbucks UK and Ireland   Portmeirion 27th Feb 2010
1:23:02
March 4, 2010
Saturday Keynote - Trust and Privacy in Finance
Part of the Names Not Numbers 2010: Trust, Privacy and Personalisation Keynote: Niall Ferguson, Harvard and FT Portmeirion 27th Feb 2010
34:42
March 4, 2010
Has the internet ended privacy for good?
Part of the Names Not Numbers 2010: Trust, Privacy and Personalisation Chair: Kirsty Lang, BBC. Panel: Martin Bright, spectator.co.uk, The Jewish Chronicle and New Deal of the Mind; Bruno Giussani, TED; Andy Hobsbawm, Green Thing; Derek Wyatt MP   Portmeirion 27th Feb 2010
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March 4, 2010
The Individual in Society: more dominant than the group?
Part of the Names Not Numbers 2010:  Trust, Privacy and Personalisation Chair: Baroness Helena Kennedy QC. Panel: Dr Sarah Churchwell, University of East Anglia David Davis MP Tim Johns, Unilever Robin Wight, ENGINE and WCRS Portmeirion 27th Feb 2010
1:00:53
March 4, 2010
Risky Business: Risk and Reputation
Editorial Intelligence, Lloyd’s and Cass Business SchoolChair: Kamal Ahmed Business Editor, The Sunday TelegraphPanel: Lord Levene Chairman, Lloyd’s Philip Booth Professor of Insurance and Risk Management, Cass Business SchoolMark Borkowski Founder, Borkowski PR John Cridland CBE Deputy Director-General, CBI Tommy Helsby Chairman, Kroll EurasiaThursday 11th February 2010Cass Business School 106 Bunhill RowLondon EC1Y 8TZ
1:25:49
February 11, 2010
A decade of porn culture: is it time to put feminism back into public life?
'Thought for Evening' Editorial Intelligence in association with Cision and www.object.org.uk. Kindly supported by Policy Review TV and Edelman. Chair: Julia Hobsbawm Guest speakers: Diane Abbott MP Caitlin Moran, Columnist, The Times Susie Orbach, Psychoanalyst, Writer & Activist Dr Sasha Rakoff, Director, OBJECTWed 20th Jan 2010Edelman, Southside, 105 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 6QT
1:13:22
January 21, 2010
London 2012: Is the pain worth the gain?
Editorial Intelligence in association with BT and Media Trust. Chair: Veronica Wadley, Arts and Media Consultant Panel: John Armitt, Chairman, Olympic Delivery Authority Mihir Bose, Columnist, Evening Standard Jonathan Edwards, Chairman, LOCOG's Athletes Commission Stuart Hill, Vice President, BT's London 2012 Delivery Programme Maria Michaeloudiou, Media Trust Sir Robin Wales, Mayor of Newham Thursday 14th Jan 2010 Opinion Former Panel
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January 14, 2010
What is the Climate around Climate Change?’
Editorial Intelligence in association with Unilever, E.ON, Prospect Magazine & Green Thing (Dothegreenthing.com). Chair: James Crabtree, Managing Editor, Prospect Magazine Panel: Rosie Boycott, Environmentalist & Chair, London Food Board Professor Graciela Chichilnisky, architect of the Carbon Market of the Kyoto Protocol, Director of Columbia Consortium for Risk Management, Professor of Economics Statistics at Columbia University, New York and co-author of 'Saving Kyoto’ John Crackett, Managing Director - Distribution, E.ON UK Gavin Neath CBE, Senior Vice President, Global Communications, Unilever Jesse Scott, EU Programme Leader, E3G (Third Generation Environmentalism) Tuesday 1st December 2009 Unilever Blackfriars London
1:15:35
December 2, 2009
Entrepreneurs and The Economy: The Saving Grace?
Editorial Intelligence, Coutts & Co, Cass Business School and Somerset House TrustpresentEntrepreneurs and The Economy: The Saving Grace?Chair: Evan Davis Presenter, BBC Radio 4’s Today ProgrammePanel: Lord Bell Chairman of Chime Communications PLC René Carayol Visiting Professor in the Practice of Management, Cass Business School Sir Ronald Cohen Chairman of Bridges Ventures and Director of Social Finance Andrew Haigh Managing Partner, Entrepreneurs Client Group, Coutts & Co Gwyn Miles Director, Somerset House Trust Lynn Forester de Rothschild President and CEO, E.L. Rothschild LtdThursday 26th November 2009 Cass Business School, 106 Bunhill Row,London EC1Y 8TZ
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November 26, 2009
The Culture and Politics of Business: Dominant forces and ideas
Editorial Intelligence and the Financial Times present: The Culture and Politics of Business: Dominant forces and ideasChair: Lionel Barber - Editor, Financial TimesPanel: Alain de Botton - Philosopher and Writer Noreena Hertz - Professor of Finance, Sustainability and Globalisation,Duisenberg School of Finance, Amsterdam and Fellow, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge Charlie Mayfield - Chairman, John Lewis Partnership Simon Schama - Professor, Columbia University and author of ‘The American Future: A History’ Stefan Stern - Columnist, Financial TimesWednesday 4th November 2009Financial Times Southwark BridgeLondonSE1 9HLPart of the Names Not Numbers symposium 2010 at Portmeirion www.namesnotnumbers.com
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November 6, 2009
What could Arts and Culture look like in a Conservative World?
Editorial Intelligence, Somerset House Trust and Channel 4“What could Arts and Culture look like in a Conservative World?Chair: Robin Wight President, ENGINEPanel: Ekow Eshun Artistic Director, Institute of Contemporary Arts and Chairman of the Fourth PlinthJude Kelly OBE Artistic Director, Southbank Centre Tessa Ross Controller of Film4 and Channel 4 Drama Deyan Sudjic Artistic Director, Design Museum Ed Vaizey MP Shadow Minister for Culture, Media and SportThursday 22nd October, 2009 The Portico Rooms, Somerset HouseLondon WC2R 1LA
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October 22, 2009
Pandemic: Does the Global Media spread Information or Panic
Editorial Intelligence and BBC Global News presentPandemic: Does the Global Media spread Information or PanicChair: Zeinab Badawi World News Today Presenter, BBC Four and BBC World NewsPanel: David Brennan CEO, AstraZeneca Simon Jenkins Commentator, The Guardian Catherine Mayer London Bureau Chief, TIME Magazine Professor Peter Openshaw Director of the Centre for Respiratory Infection (CRI), the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London Paola Totaro Europe Correspondent, Sydney Morning Herald and The AgeFriday 18th September, 2009 The Council Chamber, BBC Broadcasting House,Portland Place, London W1A 1AA
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September 19, 2009
Bonfire of the Quangos: Where next?
"Bonfire of the Quangos: Where next?"Editorial Intelligence, Policy Exchange and Cass Business School 09 September, 2009
1:18:53
September 10, 2009
Thought for the Day
MEDIA TODAY, MEDIA TOMORROW Editorial Intelligence, Edelman and the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism present: The launch of the report: 'we are Names Not Numbers: an annual thought-leader symposium' With a special 'Thought for the Day' from Lord Carter of Barnes and William Eccleshare
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July 13, 2009
Commentariat vs Bloggertariat - Who is winning ?
Editorial Intelligence, Edelman and the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism,  in association with Total Politics Introduction by John Lloyd, Contributing Editor, Financial Times Chair:  Julia Hobsbawm, Chief Executive, Editorial Intelligence Panel:  David Aaronovitch, Commentator, The Times      Martin Bright, Founder, New Deal of the Mind, and Blogger,      www.spectator.co.uk      Iain Dale, Political Blogger and Publisher, Total Politics      Mick Fealty, Political Blogger, Slugger O’Toole and      The Telegraph’s Brassneck Blog       Anne Spackman, Comment Editor, The Times This series forms a part of a broader thought leader symposium www.wearenamesnotnumbers.com MEDIA TODAY,  MEDIA TOMORROW a new discussion series Monday 22nd June 2009 Edelman Southside 105 Victoria Street London SW1E 6QT
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June 23, 2009
Expenses Scandal: How can the reputation of politics be restored ?
Editorial Intelligence in association with Sky News  Chair: Julia Hobsbawm, Chief Executive, Editorial IntelligencePanel: Norman Baker MP, Liberal Democrat MP for LewesJonathan Isaby, Co-editor, ConservativeHome.comJoey Jones, Political Correspondent, Sky NewsBaroness Helena Kennedy QCSteve Richards, Chief Political Commentator, The IndependentWed 20th May 2009Portcullis HouseSW1 2LW
1:31:06
May 21, 2009
Is the Fourth Estate in permanent decline?
MEDIA TODAY,  MEDIA TOMORROW a new discussion seriesEditorial Intelligence, Edelman and the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism present IS THE FOURTH ESTATE IN PERMANENT DECLINE? (AND WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT IT?) Chair John Lloyd, Contributing Editor, Financial Times Panel Andrew Currah, Visiting Fellow and Author of What’s Happening to Our News, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Claire Enders, Chief Executive, Enders Analysis Anne McElvoy, Political Columnist, Evening Standard Eleanor Mills, Saturday Editor, The Times Robert Phillips, CEO, Edelman This series forms a part of a broader thought leader symposium www.wearenamesnotnumbers.com Tuesday 19th May 2009 Edelman Southside 105 Victoria Street London SW1E 6QT
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May 20, 2009
Reflections Now: The credit crunch and credit crunch commentary
editorial intelligence, Cass Business School and The Bank of New York Mellon Chair: Jane Martinson, Media Editor, The Guardian Panel: Andrew Clare, Professor of Asset Management and Associate Dean, Cass Business School Neil Collins, Reuters Columnist AC Grayling, Professor of Philosophy at Birkbeck, University of London Woody Kerr, EMEA Co-Chair, The Bank of New York Mellon Simon Nixon, European Editor - "Heard On The Street", Wall Street Journal Wednesday 29th April, 2009 Cass Business School, 106 Bunhill Row, London EC1Y 8TZ
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April 29, 2009
Bonus Culture: Force for good or unnecessary evil?
editorial intelligence, Cass Business School & Management Today in association with Management Consultancies Association.Chair: Matthew Gwyther, Editor, Management Today Panel:Tracy Corrigan, Assistant Editor and Business Commentator, The Daily Telegraph Tim Harford, Media Fellow, Cass Business School & “The Undercover Economist”, Financial Times Alan Leaman, Chief Executive, Management Consultancies Association Martin Vander Weyer, Editor, Spectator Business Sir Peter Viggers MP, Conservative MP for Gosport and a member of the Treasury Select Committee Thursday 26th March, 2009 Cass Business School, 106 Bunhill Row, London EC1Y 8TZ
1:18:42
March 26, 2009
The 3 Rs: Recession,Real Economy and Recovery
editorial intelligence and the Financial Times in partnership with Barclays, City of London Corporation and Federation of Small BusinessesChair: Lionel Barber, Editor,Financial Times Panel: Stuart Fraser, Chairman of Policy and Resources Committee, City of London Catharine French, Customer Services Director, Barclays UK Retail Banking Dr Alistair Milne, Banking Expert, Cass Business School John Wright, Chairman, Federation of Small Businesses Thursday 26th February 2009 Cass Business School,106 Bunhill Row,London EC1 8TZ
1:10:41
February 26, 2009
Does the media make you reach for the bottle?
editorial intelligence and The Portman Group in association with the Department of HealthChair:  Ian Collins, Presenter, TalkSport Radio Panel:   Hugh Burkitt, Chief Executive, Marketing Society  Professor Oliver James, Senior Research Investigator, University of Newcastle Ed Mitchell, former BBC & ITN Broadcaster and author, From Headlines to Hard Times Jacqui Thornton, former Health Editor, The Sun Zoe Williams, Columnist, The Guardian Thursday 29th January, 2009 The Commonwealth Club, 25 Northumberland Avenue, London WC2N 5AP
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January 29, 2009
Work-life Balance: Luxury or Necessity?
In association with Management Today and Cass Business School. Chair:  Matthew Gwyther, Editor, Management Today Panel:  Dr Nicola Brewer, Chief Executive, Equality and Human Rights Commission  Viv Groskop, Columnist, Evening Standard   Julia Hobsbawm, Chief Executive, Editorial Intelligence and author,  The See-Saw: 100 Ideas for Work-Life Balance Prof Stephen Palmer PhD, Director of the Coaching Psychology Unit, City University  Justine Roberts, Co-founder & MD, Mumsnet.com Wed 14th January 2009 Cass Business School
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January 14, 2009
What does the election result mean for US ?
In association with Newsweek, Edelman,The Bank of New York Mellon and Taylor Bennett.  Chair: Stryker McGuire, Contributing Editor Newsweek.  Panel: William D Barnard, Chair Democrats Abroad U.K. Dr Sarah Churchwell, Senior Lecturer in American Literature and Culture. Bronwen Maddox, Chief Foreign Commentator, The Times. "Mrs Moneypenny", The Financial Times. Andrew Roberts, Commentator and British Historian.6th Nov 2008Edelman, Southside, Victoria St, London
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November 6, 2008
What will be the true legacy of the Olympics in London?
In association with The Independent, Cass Business School,  London Borough of Hackney and Taylor Bennet.  Chaired by Hamish McRae, associate editor at The Independent. The panel :- Jules Pipe, Mayor of Hackney; John Dickie, Director of Policy and Strategy, London First, Neale Coleman, Senior Olympics Advisor to the Mayor of London; Martin Vander Weyer, Editor, Spectator Business and Professor Stefan Szymanski, Cass Business School.  9th October, 2008Cass Business School, 106 Bunhill Row, London, EC1Y 8TZ
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October 9, 2008
Does the media break more celebrities than it makes?
Editorial Intelligence - In association with Harper Collins and the PRCA (Public Relations Consultancies Association)   * 25th September, 2008  * The Groucho Club, 45 Dean Street, London, W1D 4QBChaired by Peter York, Cultural Commentator.  The panel: - Mark Borkowski, founder and head of Borkowski PR and author of the Fame Formula; Rachel Johnson, Commentator, Sunday Times; Clarence Mitchell, Crisis Communications Consultant Mary Riddell, assistant editor, The Daily Telegraph. 
1:14:50
September 25, 2008
What can business teach politics about ethics?
Editorial Intelligence,  with the Institute of Business Ethics and KPMGIn association with Taylor Bennett.Chair: Sir Alistair Graham, Member, IBE Advisory Council Panel: Alan Duncan, Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform John Griffith-Jones, UK Chairman and Senior Partner, KPMG  Liam Halligan, Chief Economist, Prosperity Capital Management  and Economics Commentator, Sunday Telegraph Sir Rob Margetts, Chairman of Legal & General Caroline Michel, CEO, Peters, Fraser and Dunlop Thursday, 3rd July 2008 Macmillan Room, Portcullis House, London, SW1 2LW  
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July 4, 2008
The Power Of The Commentariat
How much do commentators influence politics and public opinion ?In association with Weber Shandwick and City of London Corporation. Hosted by the RSA on 7th May 2008Chair: Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, RSAPanel:Charles Clarke, MP for Norwich South and former Cabinet MinisterDaniel Finkelstein, Comment Editor, The Times and Editor, Comment CentralJulia Hobsbawm, Chief Executive, Editorial IntelligenceSimon Jenkins, Commentator, The Guardian; The Sunday TimesSuzanne Moore, Columnist, Mail on Sunday
1:12:13
May 9, 2008
How badly has Northern Rock damaged the reputation of the City of London?
Chair: Alex Brummer, City Editor, Daily Mail Panel: Dr Vincent Cable MP, Deputy Leader and Shadow Chancellor, Lib Dems; Pete Hahn, Foundation for Management Education Fellow, Cass; Anthony Hilton, Financial Editor, The Evening Standard; Rt. Hon. John McFall, Chairman of the Treasury Committee; Simon Nixon, Executive Editor, breakingviews.com
1:06:51
March 5, 2008
The Credit Crunch: Are we in global financial meltdown ?
Cass Business SchoolThurs 21st February 2008Chair: Lionel Barber, Editor, Financial TimesPanel:Ian W Marsh, Professor Of Finance, CASS Business SchoolJim O'Neill, Head of Global Economic Research, Goldman SachsDr Holger Schmieding, Head of European Economics, Bank of AmericaGillian Tett, Capital Markets Editor, Financial TimesSimon Walker, Chief Executive, BVCA - The British Private Equity & Venture Capital Association
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February 21, 2008
Editorial Intelligence and The Business Magazine Hedge Fund Discussion
Editorial Intelligence and The Business Magazine Hedge Fund DiscussionFrom 22 Old Queen St W1 -Thursday 7th February 2008Chaired by Andrew Neil, Chief Executive, Press Holdings Media Group.With comment from:-Chris Davidson, Director of Communications, Permira Advisors LLPPhilip Dunne, MP for Ludlow and member of the Treasury CommitteePaul Dunning, CEO, FRM Ltd (London)Kevin Gundle, Co-Founder, Arum Funds ManagementAllister Heath, Editor, The BusinessJohn McFall, Chair of the Treasury Select CommitteeMrs Moneypenny, Columnist, Financial TimesSimon Nixon, Executive Editor, breakingviews.comNils Pratley, Commentator, The GuardianDavid Rigg, Managing Director, Project Associates LtdJulian Samways, Business Development Partner, Harmonic Capital PartnersRod Schwartz, Catalyst Fund Management & Research LtdJohn Thurso, MP for Caithness, Sunderland & Easter Ross and member of the Treasury CommitteeMartin Vander Weyer, Business Editor, The SpectatorPeter Viggers, MP for Gosport and member of the Treasury CommitteeSimon Walker, Chief Executive, BVCADavid Yarrow, Founding Partner, Clareville Capital
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February 8, 2008
Has business fallen out of love with Labour ?
Editorial Intelligence with The Business magazine and Cass Business SchoolCass Business School - Thursday 29th Nov 2007Chair: Andrew Neil, Chief Executive, Press Holdings Media GroupPanel:David Frost, Director General, British Chambers of CommerceMargot James, Vice Chairman of the Conservative Party, Consultant to the Pharmaceutical IndustryBaroness Denise Kingsmill CBE, Non-Exec, British Airways and Senior Advisor RBSTony Manwaring, Chief Executive, Tomorrow's CompanyStefan Stern, Columnist, Financial Times
1:00:51
November 30, 2007
Faith and International Development - A force for good?
Editorial Intelligence in association with World Vision, Newsweek and Islamic Relief  Portcullis HouseThursday 8th November 2007Chair: Stryker McGuire, London Bureau Chief, Newsweek  Panel: Dr Jayakumar Christian, National Director, World Vision India Dr Hany El-Banna OBE, President, Islamic Relief Shahid Malik MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State,  Department for International Development Shyama Perera, Writer and Broadcaster
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November 9, 2007
How Can The Capital Markets Cure Climate Change ?
Editorial Intelligence, Climate Change Capital andProspect MagazineWednesday 3rd October 2007CCC Head Office, 3 More London RiversideChair: James Cameron, Vice Chairman, Climate Change CapitalPanel: Tom Burke, Visiting Professor at Imperial and University Colleges, LondonEd Crooks, Energy Editor, Financial TimesDavid Goodhart, Editor, Prospect MagazineAnthony Hilton, Financial Editor, The Evening Standard
1:21:30
October 4, 2007
Who Will Make The Best Mayor For The City?
Editorial Intelligence.In association with The Business Magazine, Cass Business School and City of London Corporation.From Cass Business School, London, 27th September 2007ChairPaul Wallace, Britain Economics Editor, The Economist. PanelDamian Reece, Head of Business, Telegraph Media GroupSimon Nixon, Executive Editor of breakingviews.comMrs Moneypenny, Columnist with the Financial TimesJonathan Freedland, Columnist with The Guardian and Evening Standard
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September 27, 2007
Can Governments be progressive on pensions ?
Editorial Intelligencewith Friends Provident and The Sunday TelegraphFrom the Royal Commonwealth Society3rd July 2007ChairPatience Wheatcroft, Editor, The Sunday TelegraphPanelDr Ros Altman, Independent Pensions ExpertDavid Freud, Investment Banker, author for DWP "The Freud Report"Liam Halligan, Economist Editor and "Columnist of the Year", Daily TelegraphJeremy Ward, Head of Pensions, Friends Provident
1:20:52
July 3, 2007
Can David Cameron Crack It?
Editorial IntelligenceWith The Daily Telegraph and YouGovFrom The Royal Institute of British Architects20th June 2007ChairKirsty Lang – Presenter, World News today, Front Row, BBCPanelShami Chakrabarti – Director of Liberty, The National Council for Civil LibertiesNeck Clegg MP – Shadow Home Secretary, Liberal DemocratsSimon Heffer – Associate Editor, The Daily TelegraphPeter Kellner – President, YouGovEd Vaizey MP – Shadow Minister for the Arts, Conservatives
1:10:27
June 20, 2007
Is Private Equity In The Public Interest ?
Editorial Intelligence Breakfast BriefingWith Cass Business School and breakingviews.comFrom Cass Business School17th May 2007ChairMrs Moneypenny - FT MagazinePanelMario Levis - Professor of Finance, Cass Business SchoolPeter Linthwaite - CEO, Private Equity and Venture Capital AssociationHamish McRae - Associate Editor, The IndependentMichael Meacher - MPSimon Nixon - Executive Editor, breakingviews.com
1:16:37
May 17, 2007
Science & The Soundbite
Editorial Intelligencewith Wellcome Trust and The Royal Society.From The Wellcome TrustApril 19th 2007Science & the Soundbite - Can science ever be presented accurately in headline news ?ChairVivienne Parry, Writer & broadcasterPanelMark Henderson, Science Editor, The TimesMartin Rees, President, The Royal SocietyJo Revill, Health Editor, The ObserverMark Walport, Director,  Wellcome Trust
1:12:21
April 19, 2007
How will the internet change politics?
With Times Online, Comment Central, Sky News and Hansard Society29th March 2007Chaired by Derek Wyatt MP, Chair of the All-Party Internet Group With: Dennis Woodside, MD UK and Ireland, GoogleBaroness Julia NeubergerAdam Bolton, Sky NewsRoss Ferguson, director, E-Democracy programme, Hansard Danny Finkelstein, Comment Editor, Times Online
1:17:40
April 2, 2007
Has Britain Lost Its Innovative Edge ?
with NESTA, Friends Provident & ReutersFrom NESTA, 7th March 2007Chair - Jonathan Kestenbaum - Chief Executive NESTAThe PanelJane Stevens, MD Operations, Friends ProvidentMartin Vander Weyer, Business Editor, The SpectatorAmanda West, Global Head of Innovation, ReutersJames Woudhuysen, Professor of Forecasting & Innovation, De Montfort University
1:18:03
March 7, 2007
The City versus Wall Street - Who's Ahead ?
with The City of London, The Financial Times and Cass Business School and supported by the British American ProjectFrom Cass Business School, 8th February 2007Chair - Lionel Barber; Editor, The Financial TimesThe PanelTony Halmos; Director of Public Relations, City of LondonJonathan Taylor; Director General, London Investment Banking AssociationProfessor Scott Moeller; CEO and Director of Executive Education, Cass Business SchoolAnthony Hilton; City Editor, Evening Standard
1:04:06
February 8, 2007
Culture & its Value to UK plc
with The British Library, Arts Council England and Arts & BusinessFrom the British Library, 22/11/2006Chair - Peter York (Cultural Commentator)The PanelBen Evans (Director, London Design Festival)Tony Hall (Chief Executive, Royal Opera House)Sir Colin Lucas (Chairman, British Library)Colin Tweedy (Chief Executive, Arts and Business)Zoe Williams (Columnist, The Guardian)
57:08
November 22, 2006
Age and how it's commented on in the media
with SAGA Insurance and Lansons Communications.  From Lansons Communications, London 14/11/06. Chaired by Anna Ford. The panel: Emma Soames - Editor, Saga MagazineNeil Stewart, Chief Executive, Neil Stewart AssociatesJohn Willman, Business Editor, Financial Times
1:11:59
November 14, 2006
Politics and Political Comment Beyond Tony Blair
The Latest EI debate - Politics and Political Comment Beyond Tony Blair, with Sky News. From The Commonwealth Club London 12/09/06. Chaired by Adam Boulton of Sky News. The panel includes: Steve Richards - Chief Political Commentator - The Independent Baroness Helena Kennedy Peter Kellner, Founder and Chair of YouGov Chris Huhne - Liberal Democrat MP and Environment spokesman Iain Dale - political commentator�
1:25:08
September 12, 2006
Our Energy needs in a changing world
The EI debate - at Climate Change Capital in London - looks at the energy needs of a changing world, and how to protect the climate while satisfying those demands..Chaired by James Cameron, Vice Chairman of Climate Change Capital. The panel includes: David Buchan - Leader Writer of The Financial TimesRobert Napier - Chief Executive, WWFLord Oxburgh - Former Chairman of Shell Transport and Trading Company, Climate Change Capital Advisory Board andBill Stow - Director-General, Environment Directorate
1:15:28
June 30, 2006
The State of Royal Comment in the media
Editorial Intelligence with PR WeekThe EI debate looks at commenting on the Royal Family in the media, and how the role of the Royals is changing.Chaired by Daniel Rogers, Editor of PR Week, the panel includes: Yasmin Alibhai-Brown - Columnist The Independent, Evening StandardPaddy Harverson - Communications Secretary to The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of CornwallCatherine Mayer Mary Riddell - Columnist The Observer, Editorial Intelligence andPenny Russell-Smith - Press and Communications Secretary to The Queen.
1:05:26
May 2, 2006
The State of British Political Journalism
The Editorial Intelligence Orwell Trust/Orwell Prize seminar on thestate of British Political Journalism. With Matthew Parris of The Times and Polly Toynbee of The Guardian. The event was chaired by the Jenni Russell.
1:05:16
March 29, 2006