These podcasts are all from the 110th Rhodes Anniversary. Please click on the session title to hear each audio recording.

Speaker sessions - Wednesday 18 September

The Future of Education Professor Clay Christensen, Professor C Raj Kumar, Dr Max Price and Ms Dacia Toll

Entrepreneurship Mr Charles Conn, Ms Roxanne Joyal, Mr Yusuf Randera Rees, Mr John McCall MacBain and Professor Barry Nalebuff

Leading for the 21st Century Dr Lisa Klein, Mr Wes Moore and Mr Peter Wilson

Human Rights in the 21st Century Professor Timothy Endicott, Professor Sandra Fredman, Ms Laura Hilly and Dr Tarunabh Khaitan

Fighting the World's Fight: Against Poverty Mr David Ferreira, Mr Nick Kristof and Dr Mark Suzman

The Evolution of Sports The Hon. C. Tom McMillen, Ms Carina Venter and Mr John Wylie

Justice and Democracy Mr Elias Chipimo, The Hon. Bob Rae and Professor Ngaire Woods


Rhodes Women: Success Dr Ann Olivarius, Ms Jennifer Robison, Baroness Shirley Williams and Ms Michele Warman


Workshops on the future of the Rhodes Scholarships - Thursday 19 September


Service of Remembrance and Celebration - Friday 20 September

Service at Harris Manchester College Chapel
For a PDF of the service sheet, please click here.

Speaker sessions - Friday 20 September

Can Democracy and Human Rights be internationally imposed by armed force? Professor Sir Frank Berman , Professor Ngaire Woods and Ambassador R. James Woolsey

Personal Voice: Oxford to Careers Mr Forbes Elworthy, Mr Ross Garland and Dr Lana Israel

The Future of Medicine Professor Sir John Bell and Dr Leana Wen

Regulating the Internet, Regulating Ourselves Dr Anthony House

Intelligence Operations in 21st Century Democracies Admiral (ret'd) Dennis Blair


Emerging Diseases and the Prospect of the Next Pandemic Mr David Quammen


Fighting the World's Fight Dr Tariro Makadzange, Dr John McArthur, Professor Trevor Munroe and Dr Rohan Paul

A New Paradigm for Environmental Protection for the 21st Century Commissioner Dan Esty, Dr Kumi Naidoo, Mr Simon Upton and Dr Zinta Zommers

Personal Voice: Changing Course Mr Audri Mukhopadhyay, Ms Lissa Muscatine and Dr Andrew Park