How the world should change after the coronavirus pandemic. Leading thinkers from across the globe give us their route maps to a better tomorrow.
David Graeber: Rethinking Jobs
Author Graeber questions the purpose of our work.
Amonge Sinxoto: Rethinking Safety
Activist Sinxoto reminds us that millions of people live in constant danger.
Rt. Hon. Douglas Alexander: Rethinking Economic Dignity
Rt. Hon. Douglas Alexander, Senior Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School, suggests a series of specific policies to address low pay.
K T Tunstall: Rethinking The Music Industry
Musician Tunstall shares that convenience for consumers comes at a huge cost for artists
Henry Dimbleby: Rethinking How We Eat
Cookery writer Dimbleby reflects on how food is a marker of civilisation.
Aaron Bastani: Rethinking An Ageing Population
Writer Bastani investigates the change in demographics and how it will affect us.
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absolutely love this series, but would appreciate an omnibus edition. thanks
High hopes; good start!
I’m impressed by the intelligent start to this series; it has been particularly pleasing to already hear diverse voices offering expert and thoughtful views, as this is certainly the time and the topic in which to give better weight to other than the Pale Stale Male commentators. (And I admit to ticking two of those boxes myself). I’m determined personally to seek silver linings in the Covid-19 clouds, so I welcome this push by the (still wonderful & never more necessary) BBC to look for ways life could be changed for the better, going forwards. I have high hopes the BBC’s Rethink guests and discussions will give all listeners much to think about, and many ideas for global and cultural improvements worth pursuing. Let’s hope nations have the courage to act on the obvious, and to question the status quo.
Bravo, BBC, for corralling the global conversation!