2013 Programme: Festival Sunday overview

Sunday sessions are listed below ordered by time slot and room. To see Saturday sessions only, select the day you want from the menu on the left or select sessions by Theme or see the whole Festival weekend of more than 70 debates.

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Sunday 20 October: 9.30am-10.15am
Wrestling with the World Pit Theatre
Generation Wars Cinema 2
Battle over Scientific Information Frobisher Auditorium 2
Contemporary Controversies Frobisher 1-3
Economic solutions? Conservatory
Sunday 20 October: 10.30am-12.00pm
Keynote Controversies Cinema 1
Wrestling with the World Pit Theatre
Generation Wars Cinema 2
Battle over Scientific Information Frobisher Auditorium 2
Contemporary Controversies Frobisher 1-3
Economic solutions? Conservatory
Sunday 20 October: 12.15pm-1.15pm
Wrestling with the World Pit Theatre
Generation Wars Cinema 2
Contemporary Controversies Frobisher 1-3
Artistic Battles Garden Room
Hot off the Press 2013 Hammerson Room
Sunday 20 October: 1.30pm-3.00pm
Generation Wars Cinema 2
Battle over Scientific Information Frobisher Auditorium 2
Contemporary Controversies Frobisher 1-3
Economic solutions? Conservatory
Artistic Battles Garden Room
Hot off the Press 2013 Hammerson Room
Sunday 20 October: 3.30pm-4.45pm
Keynote Controversies Cinema 1
Wrestling with the World Pit Theatre
Battle over Scientific Information Frobisher Auditorium 2
Contemporary Controversies Frobisher 1-3
Economic solutions? Conservatory
Artistic Battles Garden Room
Sunday 20 October: 5.15pm-6.15pm
Keynote Controversies Cinema 1
Wrestling with the World Pit Theatre
Battle over Scientific Information Frobisher Auditorium 2
Contemporary Controversies Frobisher 1-3
Economic solutions? Conservatory
Sunday 20 October: 6.30pm-7.30pm
Plenary Barbican Theatre

Too much, too young: why is policy obsessed with teenage mums?

"Who would choose to go to a session on free will at 10:30 on a Sunday morning? A few hundred of the most engaged, passionate and discursive participants I have encountered. As a neuroscientist on the panel I felt my science was aired and challenged in exemplary fashion. As a passionate believer in engagement I couldn’t have been more delighted."
Daniel Glaser, head, special projects, public engagement, Wellcome Trust

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