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Michaelmas Term: Polis Media Agenda Talks (Multiple Sessions)
Lent Term: Polis Lunchtime Talks (Multiple Sessions)
March: Polis Journalism Conference (Multiple Sessions)
April 5th: Polis Journalism Conference (Multiple sessions)
January 21st: Chrystia Freeland, 'Plutocrats: The Rise of the New Global Super Rich'
October 15: Tim Burt
October 22: Amanda Farnsworth
October 29: Justine Roberts
November 5: David Mahoney
November 20th: Giles Hedger, 'The Elves and the Shoemaker'
November 13th: Charles Arthur, 'Digital Wars: Apple, Google, Microsoft and the Battle for the Internet'
November 6th: Ruth Mackensie, 'What has art got to do with sport?'
October 30th: Claire Enders, 'Ethics and Regulation'
October 23rd: Ben Page, 'Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics'
October 16th: Phillip Collins, 'What Makes a Great Speech?'
October 11th: David Aaronovtich, 'The Right to Offend'
October 9th: Mark Hockaday, 'BBC News: Why good journalism Matters in the Digital Age