Sinopse

Names Not Numbers is an immersive "experiential residential" three day ideas summit produced by Editorial Intelligence. Modelled in part on the World Economic Forum, Davos and TED conferences, Names Not Numbers brings together 200 hand-picked individuals from across Business, Non-Profit, Media, Culture, Technology and Academic for 100 hours of curated connections and discussion.

Episódios

  • PHILANTHROPY

    PHILANTHROPY

    02/06/2014 Duração: 46min

    As Christine Lagarde pointed out, one of the greatest threats to global stability is the ever widening income gap between rich and poor. Oxfam highlighted the issue in dramatic terms at Davos with the bus load of billionaires having the same wealth as 50% of the world's population. Is voluntary philanthropy the silver bullet to the growing income inequality crisis or is philanthropy letting the state off the hook? Hear from a panel who each, in their way, are on the frontline of philanthropy . Recorded live at Editorial Intelligence’s annual ideas festival Names Not Numbers.   Chair: Giles Gibbons, CEO and Founder, Good Business Panel: Joe Cerrell, Managing Director, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Ben Elliot, Founder, Quintessentially Foundation Catherine Mayer, Editor at Large, TIME Lady Catherine Meyer CBE, CEO, Parents & Abducted Children Together (PACT)

  • DIPLOMACY AND ITS DISCONTENTS II: SOFT POWER

    DIPLOMACY AND ITS DISCONTENTS II: SOFT POWER

    02/06/2014 Duração: 45min

    Chair: Dr Anthony Seldon, Master, Wellington Collage Panel:Sir Martin Davidson KCMG, Chief Executive, British Council London Harvey Goldsmith, Managing Director, Artist Promotion Management   Isabel Hilton, Editor, China Dialogue Matthew Kirk, Group External Affairs Director, Vodafone

  • DIPLOMACY AND ITS DISCONTENTS I: HARD POWER

    DIPLOMACY AND ITS DISCONTENTS I: HARD POWER

    02/06/2014 Duração: 49min

    Military adventurism has given way to a more cautious approach to international relations, with a much greater reliance on diplomacy and politics. In the era of retrenchment, has diplomacy become a mere charade? And how has the digital 24 hour news age and rise of social media affected the practice of diplomacy?  Recorded live at Editorial Intelligence’s annual ideas festival Names Not Numbers. Chair: Toby Mundy, Chief Executive and Publisher, Atlantic Books Panel: Christiane Amanpour, Chief International Correspondent and Anchor, CNN Susan Gibson, Board Member, International Rescue Committee UK Rear Admiral Chris Parry CBE, Security Expert and Strategic Forecaster  James Rubin, Visiting Scholar, Rothermere American Institute, Oxford    

  • WHAT MATTERS MOST: FAITH, BELIEF, OR MIND?

    WHAT MATTERS MOST: FAITH, BELIEF, OR MIND?

    02/06/2014 Duração: 42min

    Is there a difference between faith and belief? And where does ‘mind’ come into it? Do we need faith in order to compose a moral code or do religions simply codify the “do-as-you-would-be-done-by” rule which underpins human and social relationships. Does organised religion do more good than harm and should it stay out of politics? Recorded live at Editorial Intelligence’s annual ideas festival Names Not Numbers. Chair: Mary Ann Sieghart, Writer and Broadcaster Panel: Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Columnist and Broadcaster Stephen Grosz, Psychoanalyst and Author Tim Montgomerie, Comment Editor, The Times Rabbi Baroness Julia Neuberger DBE, Senior Rabbi, West London Synagogue    

  • NAMES NOT NUMBERS 2014: WHAT MATTERS - THE HIGHLIGHTS

    NAMES NOT NUMBERS 2014: WHAT MATTERS - THE HIGHLIGHTS

    09/05/2014 Duração: 40min

    Highlights from the 2014 Names Not Numbers; this year examining 'What Matters most to Individuals in a Mass Age'. Hear from one of the world's greatest writers Margaret Atwood, CNN's Chief Anchor Christiane Amanpour, Celebrity Journalists Paul Mason, AA Gill & Rachel Johnson. Listen to eclectic sessions and diverse subject matters, from capitalism, genomics and front line reporting, to food, boyfriends and why rock music is the ultimate Soft Power weapon. 

  • DAMIAN BARR’S SALON DOES THE ‘80’s

    DAMIAN BARR’S SALON DOES THE ‘80’s

    08/05/2014 Duração: 56min

    Damien Barr, salonnière and author of ‘Maggie and Me’ hosts a retrospective look at the 80s. Hear personal confessions, memories and insights from Dylan Jones on the significance of Live Aid from his book, ‘The Eighties: One Day, One Decade’, Rachel Johnson on boyfriends and editing the infamous ‘The Oxford Myth’; and hear from Peter York – the social and cultural commentator of the 80s. Recorded live at Editorial Intelligence’s annual ideas festival Names Not Numbers. Chair: Damian Barr, Writer & Salonniѐre Panel: Rachel Johnson, Author and Columnist, Mail on Sunday Dylan Jones OBE, Editor, British GQ  Peter York, Cultural Commentator and Associate, Editorial Intelligence

  • FRONT LINE REPORTING

    FRONT LINE REPORTING

    08/05/2014 Duração: 01h11min

    To mark the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the start of the "Great War" we look at how reportage of war has changed, how it is impacted by the images of war, both moving and still, and the politics of war. Is the role of the journalist and photographer always simply to record events without judging or intervening? Did the death of the late Marie Colvin of The Sunday Times mark a tipping point in the journalist-as-campaigner, and did her impassioned reports about Homs in Syria eventually led, this year, to some reprieve for its people? Recorded live at Editorial Intelligence’s annual ideas festival Names Not Numbers. Co-curated and held in association with GQ.   Chair: Jonathan Heaf, Features Director, British GQ Panel: Anthony Borden, Executive Director, Institute for War & Peace Reporting Ed Caesar, Writer Giles Duley, Photographer Sean Langan, Journalist and Documentary Film-maker

  • EVERYONE TOGETHER, THE DIGITAL CONVERSATION THAT MATTERS

    EVERYONE TOGETHER, THE DIGITAL CONVERSATION THAT MATTERS

    08/05/2014 Duração: 36min

    The golden age of advertising is over: no longer is the message transmitted one-to-many, with large captive audiences sitting in front of scheduled TV, but many-to-many and one-to-one, in a fully immersive, mobile, multi-platform world. How do messages get crafted and communicated in these circumstances, and where does creativity happen as a result? And is there a new dark side to this new age of communications? Recorded live at Editorial Intelligence’s annual ideas festival Names Not Numbers. Chair:  Stevie Spring, Chairman, Children in Need Tamara Ingram, President and CEO of Team P&G/WPP MT Rainey, Chairman, TH_NK

  • WHAT MATTERS IN NATURE

    WHAT MATTERS IN NATURE

    08/05/2014 Duração: 06min

    Founder of Pestival, an eclectic mobile arts festival examining insect-human interactivity, Bridget Nicholls champions the cause of the insects of the world, challenging our preconceptions and prejudices against this diverse, astonishing and misunderstood species. Recorded live at Editorial Intelligence’s annual ideas festival Names Not Numbers.

  • WHAT MATTERS TO MARGARET ATWOOD

    WHAT MATTERS TO MARGARET ATWOOD

    08/05/2014 Duração: 44min

    Hear prolific author and poet Margaret Atwood discuss her work with Baroness Helena Kennedy QC, Barrister and Broadcaster. From science fiction to speculative fiction, Margaret Atwood maps out the history of the utopian / dystopian genres, the inspiration for her work and gives some sober warnings on where the current world is headed.  Recorded live at Editorial Intelligence’s annual ideas festival Names Not Numbers.

  • MEDICAL GENETICS: THE PROMISE AND THE LIMITS

    MEDICAL GENETICS: THE PROMISE AND THE LIMITS

    08/05/2014 Duração: 48min

    Recent years have seen huge developments in the field of medical genomics and indeed their adoption into mainstream healthcare. How has our understanding of the topic evolved and what further progress is envisioned?  What are the ethical, social and legal implications that such developments entail? For patients, policy makers, law enforcement,  the insurance industry and society as a whole. Recorded live at Editorial Intelligence’s annual ideas festival Names Not Numbers. Co-curated and held in association with the Wellcome Trust.   Chair: Mark Henderson, Head of Communications, The Wellcome Trust Panel: Baroness Helena Kennedy QC, Barrister and Broadcaster, former Chair of the British Council and Chair of the Human Genetics Commission. Anna Middleton, Ethics Researcher, The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute Professor Sir Mike Stratton, Director, The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute

  • THE BRITISH PARAORCHESTRA

    THE BRITISH PARAORCHESTRA

    08/05/2014 Duração: 13min

    Hear the British Paraorchestra perform their inaugural single, ‘True Colors’ with singer Annie Cowan. Introduced by Charles Hazlewood, Conductor and Founder of The British Paraorchestra.  Recorded live at the closing session of Editorial Intelligence’s annual ideas festival Names Not Numbers.  

  • WHAT MATTERS IN FOOD WITH AA GILL AND JONATHAN MEADES

    WHAT MATTERS IN FOOD WITH AA GILL AND JONATHAN MEADES

    07/05/2014 Duração: 34min

    Listen to two of the great contemporary cultural voices of the day discuss: "Le noyau de toute culture est constitué par sa gastronomie." ("The kernel of every culture is based on its gastronomy") A.A. Gill, Writer and Critic in conversation with Jonathan Meades, Journalist and film-maker. Recorded live at editorial intelligence’s annual ideas festival Names Not Numbers, in association with the Groucho Club.

  • CAPITALISM

    CAPITALISM

    07/05/2014 Duração: 54min
  • MEDIA MATTERS WITH MICHAEL WOLFF AND PETER BALE

    MEDIA MATTERS WITH MICHAEL WOLFF AND PETER BALE

    07/05/2014 Duração: 26min

    Hear Michael Wolff, Contributing Editor,Vanity Fair and Columnist, GQ, discuss Murdoch, Milly Dowler, press ethics and media matters  with Peter Bale, Vice President and General Manager, Digital, CNN International. 

  • WHAT MATTERS TO… MAGGI HAMBLING

    WHAT MATTERS TO… MAGGI HAMBLING

    07/05/2014 Duração: 16min

    Listen to Maggi Hambling, Artist in conversation with Kirsty Lang, Presenter Front Row Radio 4, BBC.

  • CULTURE IN HISTORY – CAN THE PAST PREDICT THE FUTURE?

    CULTURE IN HISTORY – CAN THE PAST PREDICT THE FUTURE?

    07/05/2014 Duração: 01h07min

    You could be forgiven for thinking that culture only looks forward not back - certainly pop culture and fashion are all reaching far ahead into the 21st century in terms of pushing boundaries and using new techniques and technologies. But what does history tell us about today's culture - and indeed tomorrow's?  Recorded live at editorial intelligence’s annual ideas festival Names Not Numbers. Chair: Kirsty Lang, Presenter Front Row Radio 4, BBC Panel: Stephen Barber, Group Managing Director and Group Head of Communications, Pictet Group Orlando Figes, Professor of History, Birkbeck College, University of London Kate Maltby, Writer and Academic; Head of Publications, Bright Blue

  • LITTLE ENGLANDERS OR WORLD CITIZENS?

    LITTLE ENGLANDERS OR WORLD CITIZENS?

    07/05/2014 Duração: 01h10min

    Britain is a country permanently debating and discussing its identity and that of its inhabitants, with Immigration a major political issue as the General Election of 2015 looms. But does where you or your family originally come from matter as much as integration and contribution you make once here? And is a "Little Britain" attitude what we want anyway in a global economy with global problems? Recorded live at editorial intelligence’s annual ideas festival Names Not Numbers. Chair: Catherine Mayer, Editor at Large, TIME Panel: Nihal Arthanayake, Broadcaster and DJ, BBC Radio 1 and BBC Asian Network Sunder Katwla, Director, British Future Melanie Phillips, Journalist, Author and Broadcaster Stefan Stern, Visiting Professor, Cass Business School

  • WHAT MATTERS TO: RUBY WAX

    WHAT MATTERS TO: RUBY WAX

    07/05/2014 Duração: 39min

    Hear Ruby Wax Comedienne, Writer and Mental Health Campaigner discuss her new book ‘Sane New World: Taming the Mind’ with Jemima Khan, film producer, editor and activist. Among one of the 1 in 4 who has ‘mentally unravelled’, Ruby shares how her personal experiences with depression led her to pursue a masters in Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy at Oxford University and to publish ‘a manual for 21st living’.  In the age of overload, she explains why we sabotage our sanity and how mindfulness and rewiring our brain, is the answer to saner and happier living. Recorded live at editorial intelligence’s annual ideas festival Names Not Numbers.

  • CITIES AND TOMORROW’S SOCIETY

    CITIES AND TOMORROW’S SOCIETY

    07/05/2014 Duração: 33min

    From the overcrowded slums of Dhaka to the post-industrial wastelands of Detroit, many of the world's cities are under great strain. City life encapsulates many of the defining issues that matter to us all. In this session our panellists will examine how communities can - and must - adapt how they live, work and build to avoid the city of the future becoming a socially polarised dystopia. Recorded live at editorial intelligence’s ‘experiential residential’ Names Not Numbers. Chaired by:Matt Peacock, Group Communications Director, Vodafone Panel: Dr. Michelle Baddeley, Professor in Economics and Finance of the Built Environment, UCL Leo Johnson, Partner, Sustainability & Climate Change, PwC Rt Hon David Lammy MP, Labour MP for Tottenham Marc Vlessing, Co-founder, Pocket 

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