interview Archive

  •   The use of juxtaposition, is one of the many elements that defines Salvador Dali as the father of surrealism. We explore his techniques and artwork.

    [Interviews] Salvador Dali

      The use of juxtaposition, is one of the many elements that defines Salvador Dali as the father of surrealism. We explore his techniques and artwork.

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  • Should Malaysia get more help from other countries, as it investigates the disappearance of MH-370? We’ll discuss that with our special guest, Sudhir Vadaketh on Views on the News.

    [Interviews] Views on the News

    Should Malaysia get more help from other countries, as it investigates the disappearance of MH-370? We’ll discuss that with our special guest, Sudhir Vadaketh on Views on the News.

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  • The magic of movies can take us to places within and beyond our imagination. Today’s special effects are so good that sometimes you don’t even know what’s real and what’s...

    [Interviews] Digital Movie Magic

    The magic of movies can take us to places within and beyond our imagination. Today’s special effects are so good that sometimes you don’t even know what’s real and what’s...

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  •   These smart and talented women make up “The New Blue”, the first and oldest female a-cappella group at Yale University. The lovely voices of “The New Blue”.

    [Interviews] Yale New Blue

      These smart and talented women make up “The New Blue”, the first and oldest female a-cappella group at Yale University. The lovely voices of “The New Blue”.

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  •   Finding it hard to fall asleep or stay asleep through the night? A sleep doctor dishes out advice on how you can get a good night’s rest.

    [Interviews] Sleep Quality

      Finding it hard to fall asleep or stay asleep through the night? A sleep doctor dishes out advice on how you can get a good night’s rest.

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  •   We meet a man who walks the talk on sustainable lighting. Prof Toby Cumberbatch’s students met his challenge of creating a sustainable light – for use in the middle...

    [Interviews] Sustainable Lighting

      We meet a man who walks the talk on sustainable lighting. Prof Toby Cumberbatch’s students met his challenge of creating a sustainable light – for use in the middle...

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  •   The World Wide Web has just marked its 25th birthday, and its founder Tim Berners-Lee used the occasion to call for a bill of rights for the internet. He...

    [Interviews] Views on the News

      The World Wide Web has just marked its 25th birthday, and its founder Tim Berners-Lee used the occasion to call for a bill of rights for the internet. He...

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  • Can one’s brain be the culprit behind one’s violent behaviour? What does science reveal about the nature of the criminal mind? We speak to criminologist Dr Adrian Raine for some...

    [Interviews] Dissecting Violence

    Can one’s brain be the culprit behind one’s violent behaviour? What does science reveal about the nature of the criminal mind? We speak to criminologist Dr Adrian Raine for some...

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  • The search for the missing MH 370 plane widens even further. Malaysia Airlines have come under close scrutiny for how it’s been handling of the incident. We speak with an...

    [Interviews] Responding To Crisis

    The search for the missing MH 370 plane widens even further. Malaysia Airlines have come under close scrutiny for how it’s been handling of the incident. We speak with an...

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  • Time for us to get beyond the headlines and seek some views on the news. Our guest, Alistair Cook spoke about the missing Malaysia Airlines flight.

    [Interviews] Views on the News

    Time for us to get beyond the headlines and seek some views on the news. Our guest, Alistair Cook spoke about the missing Malaysia Airlines flight.

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