University of Cambridge festival of ideas

University of Cambridge festival of ideas

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The Cambridge Festival of Ideas is an annual event which takes place every autumn, open to and aimed at the general public. The Guardian is the festival's national media partner. A series of talks take place every evening, which are recorded and made available for download on the Culture section of the Guardian website
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Do we need a new morality...

02 Nov 2009 | 33 mins 19 secs

Do we need a new mor...

02 Nov 2009 | 33 mins 19 secs

Can there be peace in the...

30 Oct 2009 | 30 mins 21 secs

Can there be peace i...

30 Oct 2009 | 30 mins 21 secs

Social mobility: what's h...

29 Oct 2009 | 35 mins 04 secs

Social mobility: wha...

29 Oct 2009 | 35 mins 04 secs

David Starkey on Henry VI...

28 Oct 2009 | 46 mins 35 secs

David Starkey on Hen...

28 Oct 2009 | 46 mins 35 secs

Becoming Barbie: 2009 Cam...

26 Oct 2009 | 37 mins 46 secs

Becoming Barbie: 200...

26 Oct 2009 | 37 mins 46 secs

Willie Brown and guests a...

26 Oct 2009 | 34 mins 50 secs

Willie Brown and gue...

26 Oct 2009 | 34 mins 50 secs

An age of austerity for t...

23 Oct 2009 | 29 mins 14 secs

An age of austerity ...

23 Oct 2009 | 29 mins 14 secs

Where do ideas come from?...

22 Oct 2009 | 38 mins 13 secs

Where do ideas come ...

22 Oct 2009 | 38 mins 13 secs