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97%VideoOct 2012

Brian Cox: We live in a society that is entirely based on science

(17:48) Professor Brian Cox attacks bad science and criticises the lack of funding for the critically important STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics).

96%VideoSep 2012

Ted Koppel: Fox News is bad for America

(2:43) American broadcast journalist Ted Koppel, former host of ABC's 'Nightline', and Bill O'Reilly of 'The O'Reilly Factor' discuss the nature and role of Fox News.


94%VideoDec 2012

Information overload, or is it obesity?

(4:00) There's a big difference between what you want and what you need. And when it comes to consuming information, the choice you make today affects the information you get tomorrow.


94%VideoMay 2013

Chris Hedges on the measures to shut down freedom of information

(1:43) Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges accuses the mainstream press for shortsightedness: "If they think is just about Manning and Assange, they have no conception of what it is that's happening."


94%VideoAug 2013

Rachel Maddow: Journalism is not terrorism

(8:03) Terrorism is not an all encompassing term that means "anything a government doesn't like". But that's what's happening.


94%VideoOct 2013

Lou Reed: Journalists are the lowest form of life

(9:39) The story of newbie 22-year-old journalist Niklas Kallner when he met the legendary Lou Reed in a hotel room for his first big celebrity interview.

94%VideoJan 2017

Trevor Noah processes Donald Trump's press conference

(8:11) Donald Trump's first press conference as president-elect was a spectacle indeed.

94%VideoJan 2015

Glenn Greenwald on how to be a terror expert

(18:10) Who are the so-called terrorism experts who flooded our news channels in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris?

91%VideoJun 2013

David Gregory asks Glenn Greenwald if he should also be charged for helping Snowden

(2:28) Glenn Greenwald, the Guardian columnist who interviewed NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, on the state of investigative journalism in the US.


90%VideoOct 2012

Heather Brooke: My battle to expose government corruption

(18:58) American journalist Heather Brooke (now resident in UK) uncovered the British MPs expenses scandal in 2009 that led to resignations, reform and gaol for at least six politicians involved.