Video and audio channels
LSE Review of Books
The LSE Review of Books podcasts aim to give listeners the opportunity to hear prolific authors and academics discuss the ideas behind their latest books. The podcasts feature author interviews centred around topics which spark debates in academia and across our world.
Audible Impact is a podcast series from the LSE Impact blog, which publishes daily posts on the visibility, evaluation and diversity of social science research.
A podcast series from LSE's British Politics and Policy blog which aims to bring academic, evidence-based, perspectives to the political issues facing Britain today.
Democratic Audio is a podcast series of the Democratic Audit blog. The core aims of the blog are to improve democracy in the UK, and to undertake and promote research into its health, strength and durability.
LSE's voxEUROPP draws on academic experts from the LSE's European Politics and Policy blog (EUROPP.eu) to discuss the latest issues across European governance, economics, politics, culture and society, both at the European Union and national levels.
A collection of videos from the LSE Press and Information Office.
Africa at LSE
A collection of videos and podcasts for the Africa at LSE blog
Causes and Things
A lively introduction to some of the ideas being explored by researchers at LSE.
The Burning Issue
A short series of interactive talks designed with a public audience in mind. In the first lecture, Tim Allen – professor of development anthropology – will examine the facts, the failures and the future of our fight against one of humankind's most endemic invisible enemies.
A collection of highly interactive lectures for schools, in the first lecture Professor Danny Quah will explore how the world is changing, with countries such as China and India becoming wealthier and more powerful than ever before.
A collection of videos highlighting current research at LSE.
Study at LSE
A collection of videos explaining why students should come to LSE and how to apply.
Stories from LSE
An insight into life at LSE through the tales of people who study and work here.
A weekly series of short, to-the-point video debates from LSE's Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) on key issues affecting the world today. Conor Gearty, director of the IPA and professor of human rights law, subjects LSE academics to a five-minute grilling on their research and ideas in the new series.
The LSE Government Department HotSeat is a monthly video and podcast series in which leading LSE academics are interviewed on current political issues.
The Director's channel
This channel highlights podcasts and videos featuring LSE’s Director. Some of the items were recorded prior to 2 May 2011 when Howard Davies was LSE's Director. LSE's current Director is Professor Craig Calhoun (from 1 September 2012). Please see the 'Meet the Director' pages on the LSE website for further information.
A collection of videos from LSE Office of Development and Alumni Relations
A collection of videos from ConstitutionUK, a unique project, where LSE's IPA and Department of Law are coming together with the LSE Public Policy Group and Democratic Audit to pioneer the crowdsourcing of a new UK constitution.
Centre for the Study of Human Rights
A collection of videos from the people and projects in the Centre for the Study of Human Rights, a trans-disciplinary centre of excellence for international academic research, teaching and critical scholarship on human rights.
A collection of videos highlighting sustainability projects at LSE.
This series explores ideas that will shape thinking in the 21st century.
A collection of videos featuring the work of the Gender Institute research community. The Gender Institute was established in 1993 to address the major intellectual challenges posed by contemporary changes in gender relations. This remains a central aim of the Institute today, which is the largest research and teaching unit of its kind in Europe.
A collection of lectures and exclusive video interviews from LSE IDEAS, the centre for the study of international affairs, diplomacy and strategy.
Institute of Public Affairs
The Institute of Public Affairs is one of the world's leading public policy schools, offering a well-established teaching strand, along with research and public engagement. With our events and podcasts, we aim to encourage, and engage with, the public to create meaningful discussions about the ways in which we can change the UK, Europe, and the world, for the better.