All 2016

March 1
W
riters’ Week
Kathryn Carmody

March 4
Cancer, Therapy Resistance and the Surprising Role of Mitochondria.
Dr Melanie McConnell

March 8
D
oes New Zealand Need a New Written Constitution?
Sir Geoffrey Palmer

 March 11
Cancer Immunotherapy – The Science
Professor Gavin Painter

March 15
The Making of the Film Festival
Lindsay Shelton

March 18
W
ork of the Land and Water Forum
Alastair Bisley

March 22
Private Lives of Empire: Edinburgh, Rothschild and New Plymouth
Charlotte Macdonald

March 29
Sustainable Development Goals
David Payton

April 1
The Cartoonist in NZ
Martin Doyle

April 8
Polish Children Immigration to Paihiatua
Adam Mantreys

April 12
U
NTAC
Rae Julian

April 15
A
ll You Ever Wanted to Know About TTPA
Stephen Jacobi

May 3
Climate Change: A New Deal? Making Sense of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change
Adrian Macey

May 6
W
ellington: from Conception to Capital to Empire City
Gabor Toth

May 10
Should Wellington emulate Oslo’s goal of fossil free public transport by 2020?
Paul Bruce

May 13
F
orensics of Catastrophe: Volcanic Eruptions
Colin Wilson

May 17
St Peter’s Basilica, Rome – a ‘Communis Patria’
Christopher Longhurst

May 20
The Commercialisation of University Technology
Geoff Todd

May 24
N
ew Zealand Opera in the 21st Century
Stuart Maunder

May 31
Cabinet, Ministers and Cabinet Office: Is Yes Minister a documentary?
Marie Shroff

June 3
Chinese Immigration in Wellington
Lynette Shum

June 7
Inequality: Where We’ve Been, and Where We’re Going
Max Rashbrooke

June 10
F
reaky Scientists Who Have Come My Way
Bob Brockie

 June 14
50 Countries in 50 Years
David Barber

June 17
400 Years of Shakespeare
Dawn Sanders

June 24
W
WI Exhibition at Te Papa
Sir Richard Taylor

June 28
N
ever work with kids and animals
Karen Fifield

July 1
The Place of the Battle of the Somme in WW1
Chris Pugsley

July 5
N
ew Zealand’s Marine Estate From the Perspective of a Seafloor Geomorphologist
Joshu Mountjoy

July 8
The United Nations – Can it Survive, Can it be Fixed?
Colin Keating

 July 26
Human rights and human wrongs in New Zealand
Judy McGregor

July 29
Exploring Northeast Zealandia
Hamish Campbell

August 2
D
iabetes and obesity
Jeremy Krebs

August 5
International Court of Justice
Sir Kenneth Keith

August 9
The future of privacy: the internet of things and other challenges
John Edwards

August 12
Economics of Wellbeing
Dr Arthur Grimes

August 16
The notorious Captain Hayes
Joan Druett

August 19
W
ork of a Coroner
Peter Ryan

August 23
W
hat Rudyard Kipling can do for you
Harry Ricketts

August 26
F
rom Mull to Mongolia – Wanderings of a materials scientist
Ken McKenzie

August 30
Community music: what is it and who is it for?
Julian Raphael

September 2
Creating new Futures with the Children of the Mist
Hugh Tennent

September 6
Being a Public Servant in Wellington and Whitehall
Len Cook

September 9
Emissions Trading Systems and Pathways to a Low Emissions Future
Dr Suzi Kerr

September 13
U
nionAID – cycling solo in Myanmar
Mike Naylor

September 16
Botanic intrigues – from g-forces and radicals to Agincourt
Reg Harris

September 20
Renaissance art and science
Phyllis Mossman

September 23
Photography at Te Papa
Athol McCready

October 11
W
hat’s all this about poverty and inequality in New Zealand?
Bryce Wilkinson

October 14
D
evils on Horses
Terry Kinloch

October 21
South Island Alpine Deep Fault Drilling Project
John Townend

October 25
Thomas Gray’s Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
Heidi Thomson

October 28
Mountains, Mausoleums and Murder along the Silk Road
Dr Les Molloy