Thu, 16 April 2020
Elizabeth Gilbert – How to Seize the Day
In Conversation with Hadley Freeman
The author of Eat, Pray, Love, Big Magic and City of Girls joins Guardian columnist Hadley Freeman to explore life lessons for these anxiety inducing times.
Thu, 23 April 2020
The World After Corona – Globalisation, Risk and the Future
In 2014 Oxford economist Ian Goldin predicted that a global pandemic would cause the next financial crisis. He joins us to analyse the unfolding situation and tell us what we should do next.
Free Online, Tue, 14 April 2020
How to Adapt and Survive in a Time of Crisis
Julia Samuel In Conversation with Hannah MacInnes
In this unprecedented moment in global history, join psychotherapist Julia Samuel for a free livestream about finding unknown strengths in times of difficulty and change.
Think. Learn. Imagine.
How To Academy is an organisation for people who think big. From Nobel laureates to Pulitzer Prize winners, we invite the world’s most influential voices to London to share new ideas for changing ourselves, our communities, and the world. We also help businesses inspire clients and staff, and make books, podcasts and films to share insight and innovation around the world.
Caitlin Moran – How to be Famous
On stage at the How To Academy’s How to Change Your Life Festival, Times columnist and bestselling author Caitlin Moran met Hannah MacInnes to explore fame, fortune and feminism.
James Parr – How the New Space Race Will Save the Planet
A tech and space entrepreneur, James Parr imagines a bold new goal for the New Space Race: saving Earth. He explores the power of Machine Learning, data fusion and space technologies to help us better manage resources on our changing planet.
Series 2, Episode 10
William Gibson – How to Create the Future
He coined the word ‘Cyberspace’ and envisioned the Internet and Virtual Reality before they ever existed. Now William Gibson turns his prophetic eye to the 21st century.
Series 2, Episode 9
Elif Shafak – How to Build Bridges in an Age of Division
Author and activist Elif Shafak is the most widely read female writer in her home nation of Turkey — but her fight to preserve and extend human rights is urgent no matter where you live.