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University Administration and Services (UAS)

UAS consists of 16 sections, including the Finance Division, Personnel Services and Research Services. Further information about the work of each section can be found on the UAS sections page. The offices of the UAS sections are spread across the city centre, with the main University Offices located in Wellington Square.

Series associated with University Administration and Services (UAS)

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Alumni Voices
Alumni Weekend
BME Staff Network
Case Studies In Innovative Practice
Christmas Stories from Oxford University
Data visualisation and the future of academic publishing
E-Learning Podcasts
Encaenia 2012
Engage: Social Media Talks
Exploring Spoken Word Data in Oral History Archives
First World War Poetry Digital Archive
First World War: New Perspectives
Focus: the University’s change and continuous improvement team
Futuremakers
Interviews from the Campaign
Interviews with Oxonians
Introducing CBT for low mood and depression
Learning Technology at Oxford
Learning Technology Resources
Mandela at Oxford
MediaPub training
Openness at Oxford
Orientation for New Students at Oxford
Overcoming a Sense of Academic Failure
Oxford Abridged Short Talks
Oxford in Berlin
Oxford LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) History Month Lectures
Oxford London Lecture
Oxford on Film: From Attic to Archive
Oxford Summit 2021
Oxford Today with Michael Palin
Oxford-India Day
Podcasting Conference at Oxford University
Poetry Slam
Prospectuses
QUADcast
Race Equality Network
RunCoCo - Beyond Collections: Crowdsourcing for public engagement
Running a Community Collection Online
Safer Internet Day 2014
Sebastian Rahtz, a celebration of his work
Sexual violence: prevention and response
Sharing Excellence – The Value of Knowledge Exchange
Student Life at Oxford
Sustainable Travel
The Disability Lectures
The Museums of Oxford
The Olympics at Oxford
The Oxford Climate Forum
The Oxford Year
The Romanes Lecture
Towards Low Carbon ICT
Undergraduate Admissions (PodOxford)
UNIQ Summer Schools
University Life
Valentine's Day at Oxford
Vice Chancellor's Welcome
Welcome to Oxford
Women in Science
Women of Achievement
# Episode Title Description People Date
619 Introducing CBT for low mood and depression 6: Self-Criticism This sixth podcast in the CBT for Low Mood series focuses on self-criticism. It looks at why we can be so critical of ourselves and when this can become a problem, and introduces three tips and tools to help you deal with unhelpful self-criticism. Jonathan Totman 21 Apr 2022
618 50 years of trans activism: a history of change for trans human rights in the UK Professor Stephen Whittle, Professor of Equalities Law at Manchester Metropolitan University delivers the 2022 LGBT History Month Lecture, drawing on his own experiences. Stephen Whittle, Clara Barker 15 Mar 2022
617 Choosing and using Focus tools in Finance Division Finance Division made significant improvements to processes used across the University via a continuous improvement approach. Finance’s David Assirati reflects on his experience of introducing Focus tools locally. Jo Hoskins, David Assirati 28 Feb 2022
616 Enhancing staff and customer experience at the Bodleian How has Bodleian Admissions team used Focus tools to improve ways of working and enhance customer experience across office-based and remote situations? The Bodleian’s Athena Demetriou talks with Focus team’s Roberta Burtsal. Roberta Burtsal, Athena Demetriou 28 Feb 2022
615 Introducing CBT for low mood and depression 5: Ten Tips for Coping in a Crisis This fifth podcast in the CBT for Low Mood series focuses on those times when you’re feeling most desperate, hopeless or overwhelmed, offering some practical suggestions for how to cope and look after yourself during a mental health crisis. Jonathan Totman 07 Feb 2022
614 Transitioning to a Sustainable Future Q&A Q&A session with the keynote speakers of the transitioning to a sustainable future theme Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska, Rob Miller, Tomas Coates Ulrichsen 16 Nov 2021
613 COVID and disproportionality and what does it mean for health disparities moving forward? The 2021 Black History Month Lecture delivered by Professor Kevin Fenton, Public Health England's Regional Director of Public Health for London and statutory advisor to the Mayor of London and the London Assembly. Kevin Fenton, Gill Aitken, Alexander Gordon, Machilu Zimba 09 Nov 2021
612 Closing Remarks of the Oxford Summit 2021 Closing remarks from the Oxford Summit 2021 online event. With Prof Chas Bountra CBE, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Innovation, University of Oxford and Dr Phil Clare, Deputy Director, Research Services, University of Oxford. Chas Bountra CBE, Phil Clare 02 Nov 2021
611 Transitioning to a Sustainable Future research focus group feedback Feedback from the research focus groups which explored specific topics identified in the keynotes in more detail. Simon Andrews, Manar Alsaif, Marina Bulova, Simon Hepworth 02 Nov 2021
610 Transitioning to a Sustainable Future talk 2 Transitioning to a Sustainable Future: Mobilising the University-Industry-Government Partnership to drive innovative solutions at pace and scale Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska, Tomas Coates Ulrichsen 02 Nov 2021
609 Transitioning to a Sustainable Future talk 1 Transitioning to a Sustainable Future: Mobilising the University-Industry-Government Partnership to drive innovative solutions at pace and scale. Rob Miller, Tomas Coates Ulrichsen 02 Nov 2021
608 Introduction to the Transitioning to a Sustainable Future theme Welcome and introduction to the Transitioning to a Sustainable Future theme. With Tomas Coates Ulrichsen, Director of the University Commercialisation and Innovation (UCI) Policy Evidence Unit, University of Cambridge. Tomas Coates Ulrichsen 02 Nov 2021
607 A return to multilateralism research focus group feedback With delegates from the UK, US and Europe in attendance the research focus groups reflected on and discussed the practicalities of international partnerships in this new era of Post-Trump and Post-Brexit. Joe Marshall, Alison Campbell OBE, Alice Frost, Fariba Soetan 02 Nov 2021
606 A return to multilateralism Q and A Q and A session with the keynote speakers of the a return to multilateralism theme Dame Ottoline Leyser, Mojdeh Bahar, Joe Marshall 01 Nov 2021
605 A return to multilateralism talk 2 A return to multilateralism: How are the UK and US Governments grappling with grand challenges in a multilateral way using international partnerships? Mojdeh Bahar, Joe Marshall 01 Nov 2021
604 A return to multilateralism talk 1 A return to multilateralism: How are the UK and US Governments grappling with grand challenges in a multilateral way using international partnerships? Dame Ottoline Leyser, Joe Marshall 01 Nov 2021
603 Catalysts for innovation at pace research focus group feedback Taking the provocations from the keynote talks the research focus groups feedback on which catalysts and new approaches they want and plan to continue in university-industry-government collaborations. Amanda Savaratnam, Carla Leigh, Christian Holtze, Rebecca Wilson 01 Nov 2021
602 Catalysts for innovation at pace Q and A Q and A session with the keynote speakers of the Catalysts for innovation at pace theme. Nick Scott-Ram, Bryan Haynes, Phil Clare 01 Nov 2021
601 Catalysts for innovation at pace talk 2 Bryan Haynes shares examples of how Kimberly-Clark Corporation has responded to COVID-19, what drove the changes, what difficult choices had to be made, and what was possible in a crisis that would have been more difficult before. Bryan Haynes 27 Oct 2021
600 Catalysts for innovation at pace talk 1 Dr Nick Scott-Ram MBE, Managing Director - Life Sciences, Sensyne Health, Chaired by Dr Phil Clare, Deputy Director, Research Services, University of Oxford. Nick Scott-Ram 27 Oct 2021
599 Welcome to the Oxford Summit 2021 Opening remarks from the Oxford Summit 2021 online event, by Prof Chas Bountra CBE, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Innovation, University of Oxford Chas Bountra 21 Oct 2021
598 Medical Racism: Protecting ourselves, our families and our communities. A joint panel discussion organised by the University of Oxford and the University of Kent BME/BAME Staff Networks. Dame Elizabeth Anionwu, Winston Morgan, Mohammed Sakel, Roberta Babb 29 Jul 2021
597 2021 Annual Disability Lecture Dr Hamied Haroon explores the intersections of disability, science and academia. All views expressed in the lecture are the speaker’s own. Hamied Haroon, Sarah Stephenson-Hunter, Louise Richardson, Catherine Walter 06 Jul 2021
596 Oxford life as an international student Hear our undergraduate students from India, Zimbabwe, the Netherlands, Germany, Russia and South Africa talk about how they settled into life at Oxford. Undergraduate Admissions 02 Jun 2021
595 Walter Benjamin’s Journalistic Networks Walter Benjamin was not only a leading modernist thinker but also a versatile and prolific journalist. This podcast discusses his journalism as a creative laboratory for his cultural theory and as part of a wider network of people and ideas. Carolin Duttlinger, Daniel Weidner, Carl Schoenfeld 06 May 2021
594 LGBT+ History Month with Corinne Humphreys & Michael Gunning Watch the 2021 LGBT History Month lecture with Stonewall Sport Champions Corinne Humphreys, Michael Gunning 22 Mar 2021
593 Introducing CBT for low mood and depression 4: A Tool for Dealing with Worry and Rumination This fourth podcast focuses on two patterns of thinking that often come with low mood and depression: worry and rumination. Jonathan Totman 18 Jan 2021
592 Introducing CBT for low mood and depression 3: Rules for living (and how to break them) This third podcast focuses on the implicit “rules” affecting how you think and behave, helping you to spot when they’re serving you well and when they might be overly rigid or exacting. Jonathan Totman 18 Jan 2021
591 Coronavirus and ‘Disease X’ Professor Peter Millican interviews the Oxford scientists working at the forefront of research into Disease X Peter Millican, Sarah Gilbert, Peter Horby, Jimmy Whitworth 14 Jan 2021
590 Ebola Professor Peter Millican begins the final episode of this series in 2014, at the onset of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Peter Millican, Kevin Decock, Katie Ewer, Brian Angus 14 Jan 2021
589 HIV/AIDS In the ninth episode of our History of Pandemics season, Professor Peter Millican leaves the perils of influenza behind, only to discover an entirely new virus: HIV. Peter Millican, Harold Jaffe, John Frater, Kevin Decock 14 Jan 2021
588 The 'Spanish' Flu Professor Peter Millican arrives in the twentieth century, during the last years of the Great War, to a pandemic which you may have read a lot about during the early coverage of our current COVID outbreak. Peter Millican, John Oxford, Brian Angus, Claas Kirchhelle 14 Jan 2021
587 'Russian' Flu: the pandemic that wasn't? In this episode, Professor Peter Millican discusses a controversial outbreak... Peter Millican, Julia Mannherz, Claas Kirchhelle, Brian Angus 14 Jan 2021
586 Cholera Professor Peter Millican makes it to the nineteenth century to discuss the achievements of John Snow Peter Millican, Claas Kirchhelle, Brian Angus, Blanche Oguti 14 Jan 2021
585 Smallpox, and Jenner Welcome to the eighteenth century, at a point when Europe is going through another major smallpox outbreak, a disease that by this point has been plaguing populations around the globe for centuries. Peter Millican, Claas Kirchhelle, Brian Angus, Blanche Oguti 01 Dec 2020
584 The Great Plague in the final plague episode of the series, Professor Peter Millican talks to his guests about the last major outbreak of this horrific disease in seventeenth-century England. Peter Millican, Paul Slack, Emma Smith, Kees Windland 01 Dec 2020
583 The Black Death Professor Peter Millican arrives in the fourteenth century and meets history's most notorious plague outbreak. Peter Millican, Samuel Cohn, Blanche Oguti 01 Dec 2020
582 The Plague of Justinian Welcome to the Eastern Roman Empire in the sixth century. This time, Professor Peter Millican discusses a plague that historians and medical experts agree was likely the first plague pandemic humanity experienced. Peter Millican, Michael McCormick, Abigail Buglass 01 Dec 2020
581 Athens: the first plague? Join Professor Peter Millican in 5th century Athens, a crowded city in the midst of a siege, where a devastating disease had just erupted. Peter Millican, Tim Rood, Brian Angus, Blanche Oguti 01 Dec 2020
580 Introducing CBT for low mood and depression 2: six troublesome thoughts and how to respond This second CBT podcast focuses on the "C" of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), looking at ways in which low mood and depression can affect your thinking and introducing the key cognitive techniques of thought monitoring and thought challenging. Jonathan Totman, Oxford University Counselling Service 15 Oct 2020
579 Introducing CBT for low mood and depression 1: doing more of what matters to you This first episode on CBT looks at some of the ways in which low mood and depression can manifest in students, and introduces a central cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) strategy known as "behavioural activation". Jonathan Totman, Oxford University Counselling Service 15 Oct 2020
578 #WhyDisabledPeopleDropOut - University of Oxford 2020 Annual Disability Lecture Dr Kate West, a neurodivergent student-turned-academic, reflects on the neurotypical University. Kate West, Sarah Stephenson-Hunter, Louise Richardson, Catherine Walter 01 Jun 2020
577 Your Digital Life During Lockdown A podcast to help students consider how best to use digital devices during the COVID-19 lockdown. A blog on digital distractions can be found on the welfare coronavirus advice page https://www.ox.ac.uk/students/welfare/counselling/coronavirus Ulrik Lyngs, Maureen Freed, Oxford University Counselling Service 28 May 2020
576 Journaling Advice on how journaling can help you to improve your mental health & wellbeing, by Femke Stokes. Oxford University Counselling Service 27 May 2020
575 Oxford at War in 1944 In this 2nd episode, we collate rare colour Oxfordshire footage shot in 1944 by US airforce officers. Film clips concentrate on the social life in Oxford city centre, Wallingford, Dorchester, Abingdon and surrounding villages. Peter Robinson 07 May 2020
574 Creative Commons May Morning, Oxford 1993 Thousands gather on the High Street on May Morning, Oxford 1993. Charles Beesley 01 May 2020
573 Managing the cost Undergraduate students Helena, Joe and Dan, have teamed up with our Undergraduate Admissions team to discuss the financial support available to students and how they manage the cost of studying at Oxford. Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach 24 Apr 2020
572 Advice and support for 2020 finalists during coronavirus A short audio podcast offering advice and support for Oxford finalists Oxford University Counselling Service 24 Apr 2020
571 Being a working class queer in theatre Louise Wallwein MBE, a renowned and award-winning poet, playwright and performer, gives the 11th annual LGBT History Month lecture Louise Wallwein 25 Feb 2020
570 Mark Carney on Climate Change Professor Millican travels to the Bank of England to interview its Governor, Mark Carney. Peter Millican, Mark Carney 20 Dec 2019
569 Solving climate change - nature or technology? Solving climate change can involve either mitigation – reducing the greenhouse gases we're putting into the atmosphere – or adaptation – the process of adjusting to our changing environment. Peter Millican, Nathalie Seddon, Jim Hall, Helen Gavin 20 Dec 2019
568 Is climate conflict inevitable? In this Futuremakers episode we ask experts the question - is climate conflict inevitable? Peter Millican, Kate Guy, Troy Sternberg 13 Dec 2019
567 Climate change - who should we sue? In this episode of Futuremakers, we’re asking what does a rise in litigious climate action mean for society as we race to meet climate targets? Peter Millican, Fredi Otto, Liz Fisher, Myles Allen 13 Dec 2019
566 Can we be green AND capitalist? In this episode we ask; can we be green AND capitalist? Peter Millican, Ben Caldecott, Thomas Hale, Charmain Love 28 Nov 2019
565 Should nuclear power be part of our energy system? Should nuclear power be part of our energy system? Join our host, philosopher Peter Millican, as he explores this topic with experts from Oxford. Peter Millican, Nick Eyre, Sarah Darby, James Marrow 28 Nov 2019
564 What did the Paris Climate Agreement change? What did the Paris 2015 Climate Agreement change? what did the politicians at Paris actually achieve? Peter Millican, Fredi Otto, Richard Miller, Sugandha Srivastav 07 Nov 2019
563 Climate change: do individual actions matter? Is there still potential for actions on an individual level to shape the future of the planet? Peter Millican, Susan Jebb, Tina Fawcett, Tristram Walsh 28 Oct 2019
562 How do you build a greener country? What does the current infrastructure in the UK look like, and how far is it from where we need to be to meet our international commitments? Peter Millican, Cameron Hepburn, April Burt, Alison Smith 28 Oct 2019
561 Climate change and politics - why haven’t we done more? With the IPCC warning that policymakers have limited time to keep global warming to a maximum of 1.5° C - why haven’t we done more? Peter Millican, Caroline Lucas, Ryan Rafaty, Tristram Walsh 28 Oct 2019
560 Twelve years to climate disaster? The IPCC’s 2018 Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C broke into the public consciousness through media reporting that we only had twelve years to limit climate change catastrophe.   Peter Millican, James Painter, Myles Allen, Helen Johnson 28 Oct 2019
559 Academic Essentials (Postgraduate) An introduction to academic life at Oxford specifically for new postgraduate students with advice about how to navigate the demands of your course. Allison D'Ambrosia, James Tibbert 14 Aug 2019
558 Academic Essentials (Undergraduate) An introduction to academic life at Oxford specifically for new undergraduate students with advice about how to navigate the demands of your course. Teodora Musatoiu, Liam Arbuthnot 14 Aug 2019
557 Social Essentials How to make the most of your social experience at the University, including information about joining student clubs, college life, University sports, Freshers’ Fair, transport and day-to-day life in the city of Oxford. Joe Inwood, Toni Adenle 14 Aug 2019
556 University of Oxford 2019 Annual Disability Lecture The Triple Cripples...creators, educators, rule breakers, and the personification of empowerment Jay Abdullahi, Kym Oliver 13 Jun 2019
555 Could quantum computing change the world? Peter Millican tries to discover the truth about a global race to develop the world’s first scalable quantum. Peter Millican, Peter Leek, David Deutsch, Vera Schafer 11 Apr 2019
554 Faith and Sexuality – A Safeguarding Crisis? Ozanne outlines clear evidence of the harm that certain teachings have caused the LGBT community and what can be done to address this major safeguarding issue affecting young LGBT Christian teenagers today. Jayne Ozanne 18 Mar 2019
553 Making the Case for Democracy Hillary Clinton delivers the Romanes Lecture of Hope in the Sheldonian Theatre, 25th June 2018 Hillary Clinton 31 Jan 2019
552 QUADcast episode 2: Admissions - an interview with Tilly Rose, Oxford alumna, blogger and social media influencer. This month on QUADcast, we’ve interviewed alumna Tilly Rose (Jesus, 2011) about her work widening access to Oxford University, and her life as a blogger and social media influencer. Tilly Rose 16 Jan 2019
551 Season Finale: AI selection box In the final episode of our series, we’re looking back at the themes we’ve discussed so far, and forward into the likely development of AI. Gil McVean, Sandra Wachter, Nigel Shadbolt, Peter Millican 08 Jan 2019
550 Is China leading the way in AI? In the penultimate episode of series one of Futuremakers, we’re looking at the development of AI across the globe. Peter Millican, Mike Wooldridge, Xiaorong Ding, Sophie-Charlotte Fischer 19 Dec 2018
549 Tales of Love and History - James Ivory in Conversation Oscar-winning American film-maker James Ivory will talk about his experiences with the legendary Merchant Ivory productions, in partnership with producer Ismail Merchant and screenwriter Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. James Ivory, Richard Parkinson, Katherine Harloe, Jennifer Ingleheart 18 Dec 2018
548 What does AI mean for the future of humanity Join our host, philosopher Professor Peter Millican, as he explores this topic with three experts from Oxford University. Peter Millican, Allan Dafoe, Mike Osborne, Jade Leung 12 Dec 2018
547 Has AI changed the way we find the truth? Around the world, automated bot accounts have enabled some government agencies and political parties to exploit online platforms in dispersing fake messages. Peter Millican, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Vidya Narayanan, Mimie Liotsiou 06 Dec 2018
546 QUADcast episode 1: Careers - an interview with Jonathan Black, Director of the Careers Service. In this episode, Richard and Tabitha visit Jonathan Black, Director of the Careers Service here at the University to talk about the benefits our alumni can still receive from the service. Jonathan Black 03 Dec 2018
545 From Ada Lovelace to Alan Turing, the birth of AI? Many developments in science are achieved through people being able to ‘stand on the shoulders of giants’ and in the history of AI two giants in particular stand out. Peter Millican, Ursula Martin, Andrew Hodges, Jacob Ward 19 Nov 2018
544 Does AI have a gender? Join our host, philosopher Peter Millican, as he explores the topics of gender and AI. Peter Millican, Gina Neff, Carissa Véliz, Sian Brooke 12 Nov 2018
543 Is AI good for our health? Join our host, philosopher Peter Millican, as he explores the topic "Is AI good for our health?" Peter Millican, Alison Noble, Paul Leeson, Jessica Morley 02 Nov 2018
542 Is the banking sector about to change for ever? AI is already playing a role in the finance sector, from fraud detection, to algorithmic trading, to customer service, and many within the industry believe this role will develop rapidly within the next few years. Peter Millican, Stephen Roberts, Nir Vulkan, Jannes Klaas 22 Oct 2018
541 Are all algorithms biased? Our lives are increasingly shaped by automated decision-making algorithms, but do those have in-built biases? If so, do we need to tackle these, and what could happen if we don't? Peter Millican, Sandra Wachter, Helena Webb, Brent Mittelstadt 22 Oct 2018
540 How will the automation of jobs likely progress? In 2013 two Oxford academics published a paper entitled 'The Future of Employment: How Susceptible Are Jobs to Computerisation?', estimating that 47% of U.S. jobs were at risk of automation. Peter Millican, Mike Osborne, Judy Stephenson, David Clifton 22 Oct 2018
539 Trailer: season one launching 22nd October! Down winding streets, beyond the dreaming spires, inside the college walls, debates are happening - in every study room and lecture theatre - about the future of society. Futuremakers, from the University of Oxford, invites you to that debate. Peter Millican 16 Oct 2018
538 Creative Commons That Way Lies Madness: Poets, Power, Health The Equality and Diversity Unit and TORCH are delighted to announce that Gwyneth Lewis will give the 2018 Disability Lecture. Gwyneth Lewis, Dan Holloway 04 Jun 2018
537 Creative Commons What to do About Failure: Personal Actions. How to take action to change the role failure plays in your life. Susan Blackmore, Julia Bray, Rachel Bray, Barbara Gabrys 22 May 2018
536 Creative Commons What to do About Failure: Personal Attitudes. How to change your own attitudes to failure and success, and how failure relates to regret. Susan Blackmore, Julia Bray, Chiara Cappellaro, Barbara Gabrys 22 May 2018
535 Creative Commons Failure and the Farewell to Academia. Why does the idea of leaving academia so often feel like professional failure? Susan Blackmore, Julia Bray, Rachel Bray, Chiara Cappellaro 22 May 2018
534 Creative Commons Failure and Other People Other people (or our idea of them) can induce feelings of failure and alleviate or transform them. Susan Blackmore, Julia Bray, Chiara Cappellaro, Barbara Gabrys 22 May 2018
533 Creative Commons The Feeling of Failure What does failure feel like, and what happens when you sit with it? Susan Blackmore, Julia Bray, Chiara Cappellaro, Barbara Gabrys 22 May 2018
532 Why people who need counselling don’t come for counselling (Is this you?) This podcast addresses some of the worries and pre-conceptions that can get in the way of accessing student counselling services. Oxford University Counselling Service 14 May 2018
531 Facing finals - some psychological tips This podcast episode offers a selection of the messages and tips our counsellors offer to finalists. Oxford University Counselling Service 14 May 2018
530 Steve Sheard, tutorial fellow at Trinity College, and Dept of Engineering Steve Sheard chats with Steve, talking technology for 5 minutes about tutorial, lecture, project and laboratory teaching. "We use a concept design for a gearbox of a small buggy, 3D printed. They can produce this only once they have modelled it". Steve Sheard, Steve Burholt 04 May 2018
529 Janet Smart, Reader in Operations Management, Said Business School Janet Smart chats with Steve, talking technology for 5 minutes about using videos. 'The beauty of the video is that you see the dynamics, you see things moving - you can never capture that in prose.' Janet Smart, Steve Burholt 21 Mar 2018
528 What does it mean to be LGBT+ today? 2018's annual lecture, organised by the LGBT+ Staff Network, will be delivered by Asad Dhunna, a London based marketing and communications director. Asad has written for various publications including the Guardian and the Huffington Post. Asad Dhunna 21 Feb 2018
527 Does love have a scent? Love is in the air - or is it? Companies are advertising that they can find you love through the power of scent! But are pheromones a chemical way to find your true love? Or is it just a myth? Tristram Wyatt 06 Feb 2018
526 In conversation with Helen Clark: Reflections on Women in Leadership A conversation with Helen Clark who served for nine years as Prime Minister of New Zealand 1999-2008, before becoming the first woman to lead the United Nations Development Programme. Helen Clark 03 Oct 2017
525 Lionel Barber, editor of the Financial Times (St Edmund Hall, 1974) Lionel Barber discusses the changing media landscape, the impact of social media, and how the award-winning Financial Times continues to respond to the digital age. Lionel Barber 14 Aug 2017
524 Exploring the next generation digital learning environments Chuck Severance, University of Michigan, looks at Learning Management Systems and what comes next. D Charles Severance 13 Jul 2017
523 Creative Commons Dr Desirée Cox, stem cell and regenerative medicine expert, and artist (Pembroke, 1987) Dr Desirée Cox describes her extraordinary journey from growing up in a tough urban area in the Bahamas to becoming a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford. Desirée Cox 23 Jun 2017
522 Creative Commons Dr Tom Crawford, mathematician and presenter (St John's College, 2008) Dr Tom Crawford, also known as the Naked Mathematician, shares his love of Maths and describes how he is dispelling stereotypes to explain Maths to teenagers. Tom Crawford 01 Jun 2017
521 Creative Commons Sir Roger Bannister, athlete and neurologist (Exeter College, 1946) Sir Roger Bannister relives running the first sub-four-minute mile in a special podcast to mark the anniversary of his extraordinary achievement in May 1954. Roger Bannister 28 Apr 2017
520 Creative Commons Leading businesswoman Grace Sai describes how disruptive technology, including virtual and augmented reality, are changing how consumers interact with products. Leading businesswoman Grace Sai describes how disruptive technology, including virtual and augmented reality, are changing how consumers interact with products. Grace Sai 25 Apr 2017