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Baroness Julia Neuberger - Faith and Politics: Do religious groups play a major role in the United Kingdom
Filmed lecture from 2009, as part of the annual Hansard Lecture series, Baroness Julia Neuberger DBE presents ideas on religion and religious groups, and their role in Britain and British politics.

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Dr Alan Knight - Sustainability and shopping: from paradox to solution and where does Southampton fit in?
Recorded in February 2011, Dr Alan Knight is an authority on sustainability, advising global and national organisations on sustainable development. He argues that sustainable development is the world's largest supply chain challenge, and Southampton, as a major container port and retail centre, has a lot to gain by embracing the latest thinking.

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Professor David Clary - The career and life of Erwin Schrodinger
Filmed lecture from 2009, and the 10th IBM Hursley Lecture: Professor David Clary, President of Magdalen College, Oxford, explores the career and life of Erwin Schrodinger, the physicist and theoretical biologist who discovered wave mechanics in 1926.

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Sir Arnold Wesker - The Birth of a Play: How and why I wrote Shylock
Recorded in October 2007, and the 17th Parkes Lecture: playwrite Sir Arnold Wesker talks about the genesis, themes and reception of his play, Shylock. Set in the Jewish ghettos of 16th century Venice, Shylock is based on the same three stories Shakespeare wove together to create the Merchant of Venice.

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