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Watch video highlights, listen to podcasts, view the photo gallery, download illustrations and group session boards, and read articles by CNN from Names Not Numbers 2014.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM NAMES NOT NUMBERS 2014: WHAT MATTERS
Listen to selected highlights from the 2014 Names Not Numbers; this year examining 'What Matters Most to Individuals in a Mass Age'.
FRONT LINE REPORTING
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
WHAT MATTERS IN NATURE
With Bridget Nicholls, Founder, Pestival
MEDICAL GENETICS: THE PROMISE AND THE LIMITS
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
Michael Wolff, Contributing Editor,Vanity Fair and Columnist, GQ, in conversation with Peter Bale, Vice President and General Manager, Digital, CNN International
WHAT MATTERS TO MAGGI HAMBLING
Maggi Hambling, Artist in conversation with Kirsty Lang, Presenter Front Row Radio 4, BBC
CULTURE IN HISTORY – CAN THE PAST PREDICT THE FUTURE?
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
CITIES AND TOMORROW’S SOCIETY
Chair: Matt Peacock, Group Director of Corporate Affairs, 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
WHAT MATTERS MOST: FAITH, BELIEF, OR MIND?
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
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)
DAMIAN BARR’S SALON DOES THE ‘80’s
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
EVERYONE TOGETHER, THE DIGITAL CONVERSATION THAT MATTERS
Chair: Stevie Spring, Chairman, Children in Need
Tamara Ingram, President and CEO of Team P&G/WPP
MT Rainey, Chairman, TH_NK
WHAT MATTERS TO MARGARET ATWOOD
Margaret Atwood in conversation with Baroness Helena Kennedy QC
THE BRITISH PARAORCHESTRA
Introduced by Charles Hazlewood, Conductor and Founder of The British Paraorchestra, with singer Annie Cowan.
WHAT MATTERS IN FOOD WITH AA GILL & JONATHAN MEADES
A.A. Gill, Writer and Critic in conversation with Jonathan Meades, Journalist and film-maker.
Chair: Ravi Mattu, Acting Deputy Editor, FT Weekend Magazine, Financial Times
Panel: Iain Martin, Commentator and Author
Paul Mason, Broadcaster, Channel 4 News and commentator
Mrs Moneypenny, Heather McGregor, Director, Taylor Bennett
Helena Morrissey CBE, Chief Executive, Newton Investment Management
Anne Richards, Chief Investment Officer, Aberdeen Asset Management
WHAT MATTERS: LOVE
Chair: Professor Simon May, Visiting Professor of Philosophy, King’s College London
Panel: Dr. Armand D’Angour, Classicist and Musician, Jesus College, Oxford University
Beeban Kidron, Director, Cross Street Films
Paul Mason, Broadcaster, Channel 4 News and commentator
LITTLE ENGLANDERS OR WORLD CITIZENS?
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
Ruby Wax Comedienne, Writer and Mental Health Campaigner in conversation with Jemima Khan, Film Producer, Editor and Activist.
DIPLOMACY AND ITS DISCONTENTS I: HARD POWER
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
DIPLOMACY AND ITS DISCONTENTS II: SOFT POWER
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
GOODBYE TO THE WESTERN WORLD? THE DECLINE OF THE WEST AND THE RISE OF CHINA
Martin Jacques, Author, When China Rules the World in conversation with John Gapper, Chief Business Commentator, Financial Times.
Download Nicola Streeten’s illustrations here
Download the Matter Group’s graphic illustrations of the spilt sessions here
The glamorous heiress who devoted her life to jazz
Will we care about online privacy in 20 years?
The woman using social media to predict the future
Why idea festivals are like ‘intellectual Viagra’
East Anglian Daily Times- New York and Mumbai, eat your heart out!
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