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  • The Role of Luck with Robert Frank

    ** Apologies for the audio quality at the beginning of the edit! ** The Role of Luck with Robert Frank. Is luck as important as hard work in becoming successful? In recent years, social scientists have discovered that chance plays a much larger role in important life outcomes than most people imagine. Good fortune and what may seem as trivial initial advantages often translate into guaranteed succ...

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  • The Innovation Illusion with Bjӧrn Weigel

    The Innovation Illusion with innovation strategist Bjӧrn Weigel. Is it still possible to be truly innovative, or has the innovation boom had its day? At a time of low growth and increasing income inequality, innovation-led growth is more necessary than ever. Bjӧrn Weigel argues just as it needs it most, has capitalism lost its ability to adapt, experiment and invent? Watch Bjӧrn Weigel, innovati...

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  • Living Longer with Better Health | RSA Replay

    We are all aware that we are living longer – and for some of us, that’s a scary prospect, especially when we consider that it has been estimated that by 2030 there will be 2 million people aged over 65 without adult children to look after them. And 230,000 of those will be in need of more than 20 hours' care a week and yet will have no informal support. But, what if we lived longer AND with better...

  • A Field Guide to Lies | Daniel Levitin

    We are bombarded with more information each day than our brains can process. It’s raining bad data, half-truths, and even outright lies in amongst the facts. But how can we know if we are being sold mistruths? Neuroscientist and New York Times bestselling author Daniel J. Levitin visits the RSA to help us sort the wheat from the digital chaff. We may expect newspapers, bloggers, the government, an...

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  • A Field Guide to Lies | Daniel Levitin

    We are bombarded with more information each day than our brains can process. It’s raining bad data, half-truths, and even outright lies in amongst the facts. But how can we know if we are being sold mistruths? Neuroscientist and New York Times bestselling author Daniel J. Levitin visits the RSA to help us sort the wheat from the digital chaff. We may expect newspapers, bloggers, the government, an...

  • A Field Guide to Lies | Daniel Levitin

    We are bombarded with more information each day than our brains can process. It’s raining bad data, half-truths, and even outright lies in amongst the facts. But how can we know if we are being sold mistruths? Neuroscientist and New York Times bestselling author Daniel J. Levitin visits the RSA to help us sort the wheat from the digital chaff. We may expect newspapers, bloggers, the government, an...

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  • Drones: The Next Game-changer for Development Aid? | RSA Replay

    In this special event in partnership with Crown Agents Foundation, RSA Chief Executive Matthew Taylor discusses how we fulfil the humanitarian promise of technological advance with Tamara Giltsoff, Head of Innovation at the Department for International Development, whose ambition it is to bring tech innovation into day-to-day leadership and delivery of UK aid; and former Africa Correspondent at th...

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  • Surprising Truths from Global Classrooms with Lucy Crehan

    Lucy Crehan, teacher and education consultant, set off on a personal educational odyssey through Finland, Japan, Singapore, Shanghai and Canada, teaching in schools, immersing herself in their very different cultures and discovering the surprising truths about school life. Lucy weaves together her experiences with research on policy, history, psychology and culture to offer fascinating new insigh...

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  • Teaching Tomorrow’s Citizens

    Schools are generally recognised as playing a crucial role in developing citizens of the future, helping to equip young people with the ability to debate and deliberate, to question, critique and understand differences in their communities. But with an already crowded curriculum, do we have to accept that the responsibility for citizenship education can’t – and indeed, shouldn’t - lie solely with ...

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  • The Left and Right of Capitalism with Jonathan Haidt

    The Left and Right of Capitalism with Jonathan Haidt. What we believe influences what we perceive far more than we would like to admit to. Renowned social psychologist Jonathan Haidt uses an optical illusion to demonstrate how our brains are influenced, and how most of us stick unswervingly to one of two persuasive stories about capitalism. He believes we must push ourselves beyond these entrenche...

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  • Life Lessons with Simon Sinek

    Watch our snappy 'Life Lesson' with global bestselling author and leadership guru Simon Sinek. These short life lessons offer a backstage access insight into the thoughts of Simon Sinek! He describes his vision of a fulfilled life, delves in to the types of people who inspire him, and how they make him want to be a better person, as well as reveals how his travelled upbringing has made him the pe...

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  • Economics for Everyone with Katie Ghose

    Economics for Everyone with Katie Ghose. The vote to leave the EU exposed the poor quality of public debate about complex issues in the UK, and demonstrated the need for a rethink of the way we engage citizens in economics. Katie Ghose explores how we can improve the quality of public discussion about the economy – and, in doing so, change economics itself for the better. Watch Katie Ghose, Chief...

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  • The Power of Serendipity with Tim Harford

    Tim Harford tells a wonderful story of pianist Keith Jarrett to help us understand why unexpected changes of plans, unfamiliar circumstances or unforeseen events can help generate new ideas and opportunities. Watch Tim Harford in our latest RSA Spotlight - the edits which take you straight to the heart of the event! Loved this snippet? Watch the full talk here: https://youtu.be/zbEMic2RjX8 Subsc...

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  • 2016: The Year in Review

    2016: The Year in Review. Conflict, refugee and migration crises, an extraordinary US election race - and result, and post-Brexit-vote tumult for the UK and the EU - 2016 has been a year of exceptional, world-changing events. Our group of expert reviewers – historian and author of The Silk Roads Peter Frankopan; academic and cultural critic Sarah Churchwell and political scientist Matthew Goodwin ...

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  • Simon Sinek on Millennials in the Workplace

    Simon Sinek on Millennials in the Workplace. Global bestselling author and leadership guru Simon Sinek offers an insight in to why many Millennials struggle in the workplace and lack the mechanisms to deal with the stress and consequently struggle to form deep, meaningful relationships. Watch our Simon Sinek in our latest RSA Spotlight - the edits which take you straight to the heart of the event...

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  • REPLAY: 2016: Review of the Year | Peter Frankopan

    2016 has been a year of exceptional, world-changing events. Join us as our group of expert reviewers – historian and author of The Silk Roads Peter Frankopan; academic and cultural critic Sarah Churchwell and political scientist Matthew Goodwin - reflect on what has been a turbulent year in national and international political, social and cultural events. Subscribe to our channel! Follow the RSA...

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  • 2016: Review of the Year | Peter Frankopan

    2016 has been a year of exceptional, world-changing events. Join us as our group of expert reviewers – historian and author of The Silk Roads Peter Frankopan; academic and cultural critic Sarah Churchwell and political scientist Matthew Goodwin - reflect on what has been a turbulent year in national and international political, social and cultural events. Subscribe to our channel! Follow the RSA...

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  • The Power of Persuasion with Robert Cialdini

    The Power of Persuasion with Robert Cialdini, the godfather of influence. Cialdini’s latest research shows that the secret to persuasion doesn’t lie in the message itself, but in the key moment before that message is delivered. He explains that the best persuaders spend more time crafting what they do and say before making a request. Cialdini calls this pre-suasion. In other words, to change minds...

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  • From the Margin to the Mainstream | Peter Tatchell | RSA Replay

    From the Margin to the Mainstream with human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell. Peter Tatchell is awarded the 2016 RSA Albert Medal for tireless campaigning on human rights and social equality. In less than 50 years, LGBT rights has gone from the margin to the mainstream. How was this transformation achieved? Peter Tatchell began his LGBT advocacy and activism half a century ago, combining both par...

  • Learning in a Digital Age with Sonia Livingstone

    Learning in a Digital Age with author & professor Sonia Livingstone. What is the meaning of education in a digitally connected but fiercely competitive and individualised world? Professor Sonia Livingstone presents the results of her most recent fieldwork, based on the experiences of young teenagers growing up and learning in a digital world. Livingstone offers insight into young people’s everyday...

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  • President Donald Trump: The Experts React

    President Donald Trump: The Experts React. Can we predict where the world goes from here? An extraordinary US presidential election campaign has resulted in an outcome that few could have predicted at its outset: Donald J Trump will become the 45th US President of the United States. Our expert panel consider what a Trump presidency says about, and means for America and the world in the days, month...

  • What is Consciousness Good For?

    What is Consciousness Good For? How much of what we do is driven by the automatic and the unconscious? Science has revealed that a surprising amount of our behaviour is driven by unconscious automatic systems in our brain. In fact, conscious thinking can sometimes get in the way of smooth performance. Barry Smith, Director of the Institute of Philosophy, School of Advanced Study, University of Lon...

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  • Life is Just a Lottery with Raoul Martinez

    Life is Just a Lottery with Raoul Martinez. Informed by over a decade of research, Martinez lifts the veil on the mechanisms of control that pervade our lives, from the lottery of our birth to concentrated wealth and power. He explains that the more we understand how the world shapes us, the more effectively we can shape our world. Watch Raoul Martinez, writer, artist and award-winning filmmaker...

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  • Partnership, Purpose and Productivity | Sir Charlie Mayfield | RSA Repaly

    The nature of work and employment is changing rapidly. In the face of an uncertain economic future, what steps do we need to take, and what new models do we need to build in order to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to engage in work that has meaning and value? Join us to explore the relationship between employee share ownership, business ethics and effectiveness with three leading figure...

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  • David Brooks on Character in the Selfie Age

    David Brooks on Character in the Selfie Age. Are you driven by how high you can climb, or how deep your inner character is? Do you obsess over your best selfie angle or your positive impact on the world? Popular New York Times columnist David Brooks argues that meaning and moral value are losing out in a world of ‘me me me’. A witty and powerful look at how we can improve ourselves in the ways tha...

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  • US Election 2016: The Result | John Prideaux | RSA Replay

    US Election 2016: The Result with John Prideaux, US editor at The Economist. It may be a post-pollster, post-pundit, post-truth landscape – but can we predict where the world goes from here? An extraordinary US presidential election campaign has resulted in an outcome that few could have predicted at its outset: Donald J Trump will become the 45th US President of the United States. The implicatio...

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  • 5 Minute Life Lessons with iO Tillett Wright

    Watch this 5 Minute (actually, 2 minute!) Life Lesson with artist and author iO Tillett Wright. These life lessons offer a backstage access insight in to the thoughts of iO Tillett Wright! He reveals the importance of change and our ability to adapt to unfamiliar things, and how improvisation is his inspiration. He explains his upbringing in New York and the influence it had upon him. Subscribe ...

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  • Feminist Fight Club with Jessica Bennett

    Feminist Fight Club with award-winning journalist and critic Jessica Bennett. Bennett explores the external (sexist) and internal (self-sabotaging) behaviours that continue to plague women in the workplace and offers a new vocabulary for all-too familiar sexist archetypes. Watch Jessica Bennett, award-winning journalist and critic in our latest RSA Spotlight - the edits which take you straight to...

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  • Why Mental Health Matters with Jonny Benjamin

    Why Mental Health Matters with Jonny Benjamin, Lord Victor Adebowale and Sarah Brennan. Our panel of experts explore mental health issues and discuss how we need to vastly improve mental health care for children and young people. Watch Jonny Benjamin, mental health campaigner, Lord Victor Adebowale of NHS England and Sarah Brennan of Young Minds in our latest RSA Spotlight - the edits which take ...

  • RSA Insight: Vikki Heywood CBE, Bristol Distinguished Address Series

    UWE Bristol talked to The RSA's Chairman Vikki Heywood CBE, before she joined the latest event in the Bristol Distinguished Lecture Series. Listen back as she discusses her Chairmanship of the Warwick Commission 2015 “Enriching Britain: Culture Creativity and Growth” RSA Chairman and examines the strengths of our creative nation in the new world order post Brexit: https://soundcloud.com/the_rsa/...

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  • Economic Inequality with Mark Greif

    Economic inequality with Mark Greif. Essayist Mark Greif explores the philosophical and political arguments laid out in his essay ‘The Meaning of Life, Part II’, which touches on thoughts on a universal citizen’s income, poverty, property and ‘morally relevant inequality’. Watch Mark Greif, essayist and Co-founder of n+1 magazine, in our latest RSA Spotlight - the edits which take you straight to...

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  • Together is Better | Simon Sinek | RSA Replay

    Together is Better with Simon Sinek. Best-selling author and TED talk sensation Simon Sinek is fascinated by the people that make the greatest impact in their organisations, and in the world. He has discovered some remarkable patterns in how they think, act and communicate, and the environments in which people operate at their natural best. Join Simon Sinek at the RSA to find out how more of us ca...

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  • The Power of Disorder to Transform Our Lives | Tim Harford | RSA Replay

    The Power of Disorder to Transform Our Lives with Tim Harford. Renowned economist Tim Harford explains that embracing chaos and mess is the only way to be truly creative, innovative and resilient. Harford visits the RSA to help us understand why unexpected changes of plans, unfamiliar people, and unforeseen events can help generate new ideas and opportunities as they make us anxious and angry; and...

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