Previously at the ICA
Ernesto Laclau, Robin Blackburn and Lynne Segal discuss the legacy of the 1968 New Left and their influence in this very different era.
Urban historian Mike Davis traces the worldwide development of the car bomb, and argues for its importance in globalising urban terrorist techniques.
Is objectivity as important as balance? Broadcasters and academics discuss the implications for the way that news is presented.
Featuring live performance from Kate Walsh.... a voice that will stop you dead in your tracks.
SJM Concerts present Field Music plus special guests.
Artist Child discusses the work of Tino Sehgal in relation to her own practice.
DJ Nick Luscombe and guests play a futuristic mix of uptempo, twisted electronica, minimal techno and dub house.
Former member of The Weather Underground Bill Ayers meets The Angry Brigade's John Barker to talk about the insurrectionist New Left, its influences and whether they have any regrets.
Live Nation present Patrick Wolf plus special guests.
Walls keep us in and keep us out: an architect and two artists discuss the implications for everyday life.