86. Tim Minchin on free will, anger, success and failure

March 21, 2019

Tim Minchin on free will, anger, success and failure.

Photo by Damian Bennett.

85. Rob Wiblin on effective altruism and making the most of your 80,000 hours

March 14, 2019

Rob Wiblin on effective altruism and making the most of your 80,000 hours.

To find Rob's 80,000 Hours podcasts, and learn more about his work with 80,000 Hours, click here

84. Barry Jones on Pick-a-Box, Politics and Poetry

February 22, 2019

Barry Jones on Pick-a-Box, Politics and Poetry.

You can find details about Barry's book The Shock of Recognition, here. Or read a review here.

Click here for an excerpt of the Berliner Philharmonike performing Bach's St Matthew Passion. Directed by Peter Sellars, conducted by Sir Simon Rattle, with chorus master Simon Halsey.

83. Leigh Sales on luck, doubt, trolls and what makes a great interview

November 22, 2018

Leigh Sales on luck, doubt, trolls and what makes a great interview.

82. Eddie Woo on the joy of maths

November 15, 2018

Eddie Woo on the joy of maths.

To experience Eddie's story telling approach to mathematics, visit his YouTube channel.

81. Morris Gleitzman on writing big stories for little people

November 8, 2018

Morris Gleitzman on writing big stories for little people.

80. Philosopher Martha Nussbaum on anger, envy, disgust & love

October 11, 2018

Philosopher Martha Nussbaum on anger, envy, disgust & love.

79. Genevieve Bell on AI, anthropology and the obligation to make things better

September 28, 2018

Genevieve Bell on AI, anthropology & the obligation to make things better.

78. David Marr on corruption, truth-telling and big lives

September 14, 2018

David Marr on corruption, truth-telling and big lives.

77. Sisonke Msimang on exile and home, hatred and belonging

September 7, 2018

Sisonke Msimang on exile and home, hatred and belonging.

You can find out more about Sisonke, her recent book Always Another Country, and her other writing here.