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This is an interview with the thirty-third entrant in the Eminent Scholars Archive. John Spencer was Lecturer and Professor in Law at Selwyn College from 1973 to 2013. He is Hon QC, CBE, and was Faculty Chairman 1995-97. The interview was recorded online from Professor Spencer’s home in Norfolk.The interviews were recorded, and the audio version is…
 
This is an interview with the thirty-third entrant in the Eminent Scholars Archive. John Spencer was Lecturer and Professor in Law at Selwyn College from 1973 to 2013. He is Hon QC, CBE, and was Faculty Chairman 1995-97. The interview was recorded online from Professor Spencer’s home in Norfolk.The interviews were recorded, and the audio version is…
 
This is an interview with the thirty-third entrant in the Eminent Scholars Archive. John Spencer was Lecturer and Professor in Law at Selwyn College from 1973 to 2013. He is Hon QC, CBE, and was Faculty Chairman 1995-97. The interview was recorded online from Professor Spencer’s home in Norfolk.The interviews were recorded, and the audio version is…
 
Professor Sir John Laws was interviewed by Lesley Dingle on 15 June 2017, at the Goodhart Lodge.This recording supports the entry in the Eminent Scholars Archive at: https://www.squire.law.cam.ac.uk/eminent-scholars-archive/professor-sir-john-lawsFor more information, see the Squire website at https://www.squire.law.cam.ac.uk/eminent-scholars-archi…
 
Professor Cheryl Saunders is Laureate Professor Emeritus at Melbourne Law School, and Founding Director of the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies at the University of Melbourne and was the Arthur Goodhart Visiting Professor in Legal Science for 2005-2006. Professor Saunders was interviewed on 12 September 2016, in the Squire Law Library.…
 
Professor Tony Smith was the Arthur Goodhart Visiting Professor in Legal Science for 2015-2016. Professor Smith was interviewed for the first time on 19 January 2016 in the Squire Law Library.For more information, see the Squire website at http://www.squire.law.cam.ac.uk/eminent-scholars-archivePor University of Cambridge
 
Professor Tony Smith was the Arthur Goodhart Visiting Professor in Legal Science for 2015-2016. Professor Smith was interviewed for the second time on 20 July 2016 in the Squire Law Library.For more information, see the Squire website at http://www.squire.law.cam.ac.uk/eminent-scholars-archivePor University of Cambridge
 
Between February and March 2017 Professor Baker was interviewed three times in the Faculty to record his reminiscences as a legal historian. His scholarship of the history of the common law spans nearly half a century at UCL and Cambridge, and culminated in the Downing Chair, and a knighthood. The interviewer is Lesley DingleThe interviews were rec…
 
Between February and March 2017 Professor Baker was interviewed three times in the Faculty to record his reminiscences as a legal historian. His scholarship of the history of the common law spans nearly half a century at UCL and Cambridge, and culminated in the Downing Chair, and a knighthood. The interviewer is Lesley DingleThe interviews were rec…
 
Between February and March 2017 Professor Baker was interviewed three times in the Faculty to record his reminiscences as a legal historian. His scholarship of the history of the common law spans nearly half a century at UCL and Cambridge, and culminated in the Downing Chair, and a knighthood. The interviewer is Lesley DingleThe interviews were rec…
 
Between January and May 2015 Professor Cornish was interviewed three times, to record his reminiscences of over forty years of research and teaching in Oxford, LSE and Cambridge. The interviewer is Lesley Dingle.The interviews were recorded, and the audio version is available on this website with transcripts of those recordings:- First Interview (1…
 
Between January and May 2015 Professor Cornish was interviewed three times, to record his reminiscences of over forty years of research and teaching in Oxford, LSE and Cambridge. The interviewer is Lesley Dingle.The interviews were recorded, and the audio version is available on this website with transcripts of those recordings:- First Interview (1…
 
Between January and May 2015 Professor Cornish was interviewed three times, to record his reminiscences of over forty years of research and teaching in Oxford, LSE and Cambridge. The interviewer is Lesley Dingle.The interviews were recorded, and the audio version is available on this website with transcripts of those recordings:- First Interview (1…
 
Between November 2021 and February 2022 Sir Greenwood was interviewed three times. The interviewer is Lesley Dingle.The interviews were recorded, and the audio version is available on this website with transcripts of those recordings:- First Interview (16 November 2021): Early Life and Career- Second Interview (23 November 2021): LSE, ICJ and Maste…
 
Between November 2021 and February 2022 Sir Greenwood was interviewed three times. The interviewer is Lesley Dingle.The interviews were recorded, and the audio version is available on this website with transcripts of those recordings:- First Interview (16 November 2021): Early Life and Career- Second Interview (23 November 2021): LSE, ICJ and Maste…
 
Between November 2021 and February 2022 Sir Greenwood was interviewed three times. The interviewer is Lesley Dingle.The interviews were recorded, and the audio version is available on this website with transcripts of those recordings:- First Interview (16 November 2021): Early Life and Career- Second Interview (23 November 2021): LSE, ICJ and Maste…
 
Professor Rochell C Dreyfuss was the Arthur Goodhart Visiting Professor of Legal Science for the academic years 2019-20. She was interviewed by video from the Goodhart Lodge on 28th April 2020.For more information, see the Squire website at http://www.squire.law.cam.ac.uk/eminent_scholars/Por University of Cambridge
 
Judge Crawford was interviewed on 3 and 4 May 2018, in his office at The Hague.Audio recordings are available on the Squire Law Library website with transcript of those recordings:- Part 1: Early Life and Career (3 May 2018);- Part 2: Scholarly Works (4 May 2018).For more information, see the Squire website at https://www.squire.law.cam.ac.uk/emine…
 
Judge Crawford was interviewed on 3 and 4 May 2018, in his office at The Hague.Audio recordings are available on the Squire Law Library website with transcript of those recordings:- Part 1: Early Life and Career (3 May 2018);- Part 2: Scholarly Works (4 May 2018).For more information, see the Squire website at https://www.squire.law.cam.ac.uk/emine…
 
Between January and May 2008 Professor Sir Eli Lauterpacht was interviewed seven times to record his reminiscences of his association with the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge. The interviewer is Lesley Dingle.The interviews were recorded and the audio version is available on this website with transcripts of those recordings:- First In…
 
Between January and May 2008 Professor Sir Eli Lauterpacht was interviewed seven times to record his reminiscences of his association with the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge. The interviewer is Lesley Dingle.The interviews were recorded and the audio version is available on this website with transcripts of those recordings:- First In…
 
Between January and May 2008 Professor Sir Eli Lauterpacht was interviewed seven times to record his reminiscences of his association with the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge. The interviewer is Lesley Dingle.The interviews were recorded and the audio version is available on this website with transcripts of those recordings:- First In…
 
Between January and May 2008 Professor Sir Eli Lauterpacht was interviewed seven times to record his reminiscences of his association with the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge. The interviewer is Lesley Dingle.The interviews were recorded and the audio version is available on this website with transcripts of those recordings:- First In…
 
Between January and May 2008 Professor Sir Eli Lauterpacht was interviewed seven times to record his reminiscences of his association with the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge. The interviewer is Lesley Dingle.The interviews were recorded and the audio version is available on this website with transcripts of those recordings:- First In…
 
Between January and May 2008 Professor Sir Eli Lauterpacht was interviewed seven times to record his reminiscences of his association with the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge. The interviewer is Lesley Dingle.The interviews were recorded and the audio version is available on this website with transcripts of those recordings:- First In…
 
Between January and May 2008 Professor Sir Eli Lauterpacht was interviewed seven times to record his reminiscences of his association with the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge. The interviewer is Lesley Dingle.The interviews were recorded and the audio version is available on this website with transcripts of those recordings:- First In…
 
Between January and March 2007 Mr Dias was interviewed three times at his home in Babraham Road, Cambridge, to record his reminiscences of nearly seventy years of his association with the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge. He is one of the very few remaining scholars whose experiences extend to pre-Second World War times, and at the tim…
 
Between January and March 2007 Mr Dias was interviewed three times at his home in Babraham Road, Cambridge, to record his reminiscences of nearly seventy years of his association with the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge. He is one of the very few remaining scholars whose experiences extend to pre-Second World War times, and at the tim…
 
Between January and March 2007 Mr Dias was interviewed three times at his home in Babraham Road, Cambridge, to record his reminiscences of nearly seventy years of his association with the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge. He is one of the very few remaining scholars whose experiences extend to pre-Second World War times, and at the tim…
 
Exploring the Deception Island Hut – with Elizabeth Lewis Williams. What was it like to live in a remote Antarctic hut and how has Story Machine recreated this? Kika Hendry speaks with Elizabeth Lewis Williams who is the writer in residence at British Antarctic Survey and has created the Deception Island Hut installation with Sam Ruddock and Story …
 
The Logic of Religion – with Ryan Haecker How can logic be used by both atheists and believers to address the questions of religion? Rebekah King talks to theologian, Ryan Haecker, about what theology means in the modern world, how it differs from philosophy, and what common ground people of different viewpoints might find in order to hold more con…
 
What exactly is a sonnet and what’s so special about those written by Shakespeare? Reuben J. Brown talks to Dr Paul Edmondson and Sir Stanley Wells about their new collection, All the Sonnets of Shakespeare, which they have previously spoken about at the Cambridge Festival. This discussion is a fantastic introduction to one of the most influential …
 
Fighting the Big Diseases at AstraZeneca and the Postdoctoral Challenge – with Lotte van Beek and Toby Gurran How are young researchers helping AstraZeneca fight complex diseases? Rebekah King speaks with Lotte van Beek and Toby Gurran, about what it's like to be a researcher at AstraZeneca, and hears about the postdoctoral challenge, an opportunit…
 
This podcast looks at why some people think we need policies for happiness and what those might mean. Leading experts discuss how to define and measure happiness, the drivers of happiness in different countries and societies, and what we know about what works and what doesn’t in terms of policy solutions and interventions.This episode is hosted by …
 
The Big Bang, Time Travel, and Black Holes – with Geraint Lewis and Luke Barnes Is time travel possible? What does a black hole actually do to light? What does ‘galactic cannibalism’ mean? Honour de Pledge speaks to Geraint Lewis and Luke Barnes, authors of ‘A Fortunate Universe: Life in a Finely Tuned Cosmos’ and ‘The Cosmic Revolutionary’s Handbo…
 
Imagining aliens – with Wallace Arthur What will aliens look like if we find them? Could a planet be entirely purple? Do skeletons have to be made of bone? Rebekah King speaks to evolutionary biologist and science writer Wallace Arthur about his book ‘The Biological Universe, Life in the Milky Way and Beyond,’ which was published by the Cambridge U…
 
There is No Planet B – with Mike Berners-Lee What mindset should we have about the global climate crisis? Sophie Carlin speaks to expert in carbon footprinting, Mike Berners-Lee, about the new updated version of his book ‘There is No Planet B’ about climate change, cooperation, and the possibility of not only saving the world, but building a far be…
 
Body Image for Young People – with Charlotte Markey How can young people improve their body image in an age of social media? Jesimiel Akinsuyi speaks to Charlotte Markey, author of both the ‘Body Image Book for Girls’ and the ‘Body Image Book for Boys,’ about her motivations for writing both books, what body image means, and how it is affected by s…
 
We're delighted to be able to share with you the highlights of the University of Cambridge's Centre for Science and Policy's fifth podcast season, which explores how science advice, data and evidence are used by decision makers in government. This series has been produced in partnership with the research project Expertise Under Pressure, part of th…
 
Counter Speech and Online Harm – with Stefanie Ullmann What is ‘counter speech’ and is it a more powerful alternative to censorship? Scarlett Croft talks to Stefanie Ullmann about her research into harmful online content and strategies for combatting prejudice and hate. Scarlett also asks about how automated systems like Siri and Alexa should be pr…
 
Animals in Biomedical Research: Replacement, Refinement, Reduction - with Selina Ballantyne Will we ever be able to stop using animals in the laboratory? This episode, Rebekah King talks to Selina Ballantyne about the ways in which animal testing is being replaced, refined, and reduced such that good science and good animal welfare can go hand in h…
 
Recipes for Saving the Planet – with Dana Ellis Hunnes What can students do to help the planet? Sophie Carlin speaks to nutritionist and climate change expert Dana Ellis Hunnes about her new book Recipes for Survival: What You Can Do to Live a Healthier and More Environmentally Friendly Life and gets the best advice for students who want to make a …
 
In the final episode of our season, Science Advice & Government, host Dr Rob Doubleday is joined by Sharon Peacock, Director of the COVID-19 Genomics UK (COG-UK) Consortium and Professor of Public Health and Microbiology in the Department of Medicine, University of Cambridge, and James Wood, Head of Cambridge Vet School and infectious disease epide…
 
How have scientists contributed to UK government decision-making during the COVID-19 pandemic? What are the structures and mechanisms that have drawn science into the policy process? In today’s episode we’re exploring what the past two years have been like for the scientists involved in government and SPI-M, the experts providing the advice based o…
 
This special edition of Crossing Channels was organised in response to the invasion of Ukraine that began in February 2022. It covers how the Ukrainian people, policymakers, and government have responded during the first ten days of the war, its geopolitical context and implications, and the scale of the information war taking place, within both Uk…
 
The UK is currently one of the most regionally unequal countries in the developed world. The government's White Paper on Levelling Up sets out 12 “missions” to increase economic opportunities across all regions.The UK is far from the first country to try and “level up” regional areas. Countries including France, Germany and China are also making ef…
 
This episode discusses the potential of digital technologies to change infrastructure priorities in developing countries. Experts from the Bennett Institute for Public Policy, Cambridge, and the Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse (IAST) consider what counts as infrastructure, whether ‘leapfrogging’ is a useful term, emerging digital divides, …
 
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