The second podcast on computing in education saw some very different opinions on what issues we face in educating our children for the increasingly digital world. We start off with Mark Chambers, ex-teacher and ex-CEO of NAACE, the Education Te
After a short break welcome back to 1624! Do not fret, the second part of computing in education are out later in the week speaking to more experts and hearing a range of analysis on the state of computing in our schools. Today we have Dr Bill
This week on 1624 we are joined just after the electricity cap draft bill was published with analysis from Stephen Littlechild, the ex-UK electricity regulator a post he held between 1989 and 1998, John Penrose Conservative MP for Weston-super-
Today joining us on 1624 we have Dr Jonathan Marshall, an energy analyst at the ECIU, a non-profit offering expertise in the energy sector. We also hear from Joseph Dutton, advisor on EU policy and infrastructure at E3G, a prominent energy thin
This week we are joined by Michael Grubb, Professor of International climate change policy at UCL and ex-senior advisor to UK energy regulator Ofgem, Joseph Dutton; policy advisor on EU energy, infrastructure and climate change at E3G and Mike
This week on 1624 we look at zero hour contracts and the gig economy, with interviews from Daniel Tomlinson at the Resolution Foundation, Professor of Labour Economics Stanley Siebert, Lawyer and member of the Taylor Review Diane Nicol as well
This week on 1624 we are joined by Andrea Albutt the President of the Prison Governors Association, Jonathan Aitken ex-Conservative MP & Minister, Lord Ramsbotham ex-Chief Inspector of Prisons and Frances Crook the Chief Executive of the Howard
Along with Secondary Education this week we have an episode on Housing. Joining us are housing journalist and blogger Jules Birch, market commentator Henry Pryor, news editor of Inside Housing Peter Apps and chief executive of the Chartered Ins
This week on 1624 we are looking at Secondary Education; more specifically the growth of academies and whether children are in a better position to get a good education under their tutelage, the recent budget changes by Justine Greening, the ne
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