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Events on 4th November 2012
Find out what’s on at Sage Gateshead, a landmark venue for live music and concerts in Gateshead, Newcastle and the North East.
BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking Festival: Philippa Gregory
Philippa Gregory is one of the UK's best-selling historical novelists, who left a career in...
Matthew Smith (New Generation Thinker): Peanut Panic
Food allergies are on the rise, affecting 15 million people in North America and the UK. And...
Free Thinking Festival: Islam and Christianity: The Essential Difference
Just how different are the two biggest world religions? Two leading scholars explore what...
BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking Festival: Vicky Featherstone: The Making of a New National Theatre
One of the most exciting figures in British theatre, *Vicky Featherstone* is the founder of the...
Adriana Sinclair (New Generation Thinker): Our Colonial Future
Do ex-colonies now exert control over their former colonial powers? Adrian Sinclair, lecturer in...
Emma Griffin (New Generation Thinker): The Good Mother
What makes a good mother today? Historian Emma Griffin of the University of East Anglia turns to...
Free Thinking Festival: Mark Pagel: Evolution and Humanity - What Next?
Why have humans evolved to speak so many incomprehensible languages? Why do we work against our own...
BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking Festival: Immigration and the Challenge to Belonging
*Presented by Phillip Dodd* Immigration is a highly sensitive and polarising issue that throws...
Martin Goodman (New Generation Thinker): Living the Lives of Others
"Following in the footsteps" is an obsession for biographers as they travel the world to bring...
BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking Festival: Ian Goldin
Ian Goldin is a leading economist who has been Vice President of the World Bank and advisor to...
BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking Festival: Aliens: The Ultimate Them and Us
Scientists have now detected distant planets that may contain life. If we are not alone in the...
Jonathan Healey (New Generation Thinker): How Not to Learn from History
Oxford University historian Jonathan Healey argues that lessons from the past are meaningless....
BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking Festival: Lee Hall
*Presented by Phillip Dodd* *Lee Hall* is the Newcastle born and bred screenwriter and...
Port Isaac's Fisherman's Friends
The Fisherman's Friends from Port Isaac have delighted visitors and locals there for more than 15...
Free Thinking Festival: The Torchbearers
*Venue: Baltic Centre of Contemporary Art, Level One* Kevin Whately, star of ITV’s Inspector...
JUICE: Dragon Steps
Look out for Dragon Steps in six Juice Festival venues across October half term. Jump in, follow...