What's on Today Thu 19 Oct
This workshop looks at the lessons learned about the commercialisation of city spaces and the impact this has on the built environment.
Michael Heseltine has always been a strong supporter of cities and devolution. He talks now about his vision for cities for the future and where devolution can go next.
This panel explores how the UN Sustainable Development Goals (which cover 17 areas where major progress is needed by 2030) are being implemented across the world.
This session brings together researchers, their partners and funders with the public to identify what has been learned about cities; identify strategies and programmes of work that will see cities transformed in the future; and identify where research is needed next.
How do we create sustainable cities? What powers must central government part with to allow cities to be free to act? How radical can cities be?
Andrew Moore will be in conversation with Nick Pearce about the current horizon for artificial intelligence, robotics and Big Data and the social, economic and political implications of technological change.
What are the benefits of this locally-focused financial ecology and what makes Bristol a centre for it all?
In the wake of the decision to leave the EU following the 2016 referendum this session asks how might immigration change after Brexit? What are the risks or opportunities? And can a common ground be found or will there be further polarisation?
Director Denis Villeneuve delivers big with this stylish, hallucinatory and utterly breath-taking sci-fi spectacle of gigantic proportions - the hugely anticipated follow up to the 1982 cult classic, which critics are already saying might actually be better than the original.
The world's first fully painted feature film brings together the paintings of Vincent van Gogh to tell his extraordinary life story - and every one of the 65,000 frames of the film is an oil-painting hand-painted by a small army of 125 professionals.