Stephen Fry: The BBC and the future of Public Service Broadcasting

BBC started a lecture series about the future of public service broadcasting some weeks ago. The first lecture was given by Sir David Attenborough. This one is given by Stephen Fry, comedian and broadcaster. If you don’t know him, he had a comedy show with Hugh Laurie (House M.D.), called "A Bit of Fry and Laurie". Even if you’re not a familiar with the BBC, it’s worth watching:

Stephen Fry: The BBC and the future of Public Service Broadcasting (Video, audio and transcript)

Speech given in London, Wednesday 7 May 2008

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Rev. Graylan Hagler: The blessed of us…

The description on YouTube claims it’s the best speech of the 21st Century. It’s a short but very powerful speech given by Reverend Graylan Hagler (National President, Ministers for Racial, Social and Economic Justice and Senior Minister, Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ Washington).

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Scott Ritter: What an attack on Iran will look like

Not exactly a speech but a short monologue from former UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter about bombing Iran and the "useful nukes".

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Ira Glass: Storytelling

Ira Glass, host of "This American Life", talks about building a story and why excellence takes time.

A summary can be found at Presentation Zen.

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Chris Jordan: Picturing Excess

Artist Chris Jordan uses supersize art to create an image of large-scale statistics like the usage of plastic cups, misuse/abuse of prescrition drugs.

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