Free Speech Bites: Natalia Kaliada on the arts in Belarus
One of our founding faculty Nigel Warbuton chats with Natalia Kaliada the co-founder of the Belarus Free Theatre about the struggle to create art in Europe’s last dictatorship. Listen here>>
1968: Radicals and Riots
In this piece Andrew Marr takes a look at the riots that happened in Paris in 1968 unpacking the significance of student activism. Listen here>>
Philosophy Bites: Richard Sorabji on Mahatma Gandhi as a philosopher
Philosophy Bites’s Nigel Warbuton and Sir Richard Sorabji take a look at Gandhi and non-violent activism. Listen here>>
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