Nicky Campbell hosts a series of moral, ethical and religious debates
Nicky Campbell presents topical debate from the University of East London.
Nicky Campbell presents topical debate from Appelton Academy, Bradford.
Nicky Campbell presents topical debate from Netherhall School, Cambridge.
Nicky Campbell presents topical debate from Northumbria Students' Union, Newcastle.
Nicky Campbell presents debate from Oasis Academy Lord's Hill, Southampton. The panel discuss if women are holding themselves back and if evidence is a problem for religion.
Nicky Campbell presents topical debate from St Edward's School, Oxford.
Nicky Campbell presents topical debate from Leicester Grammar School, Leicester.
Nicky Campbell presents topical debate from Bath Spa University, Bath.
Nicky Campbell presents topical debate from Edinburgh College Granton Campus.
Nicky Campbell presents topical debate from Lliswerry High School, Newport.
Nicky Campbell presents topical debate from Hutchesons' Grammar School, Glasgow. He asks: Are today's jobs bad for the soul?; Should it be illegal to smack your child?; and Would Jesus be labelled an extremist today?
Nicky Campbell presents topical debate live from Manor CE Academy, York.
Nicky Campbell asks just one very big question - is the NHS still fit for purpose? Taking part in this special edition are: Lord Kerslake, former chair, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Niall Dickson, chief executive, NHS Confederation, Adam Kay, author, This is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor, professor Nadey Hakim, transplant surgeon and president's envoy, Imperial College London, professor Neena Modi, neonatal consultant, Imperial College London, Alex Hitchcock, Reform, GPs doctor Bob Gill and doctor Una Coales, professor Celia Kitzinger, Coma and Disorders of Consciousness Research Centre, Rabbi doctor Jonathan Romain, Dignity in Dying and Andrew Grey, author, Dignity at the End of Life: What's Beneath the Assisted Dying Debate?
Nicky Campbell presents topical debate live from Oasis Academy MediaCityUK in Salford. Does carrying an offensive weapon deserve a prison sentence? Should performance-enhancing drugs be allowed in sport?
Nicky Campbell presents a special edition from Oasis Academy MediaCityUK in Salford, asking 'is there a crisis in masculinity?'. Taking part in this edition are Martin Daubney, founder of the Men and Boys Coalition, Nazir Afzal, former chief prosecutor, Prof Eric Anderson, author of Inclusive Masculinity, Jordan Stephens, writer and performer, Fraser Myers, journalist, Spiked online, Simon Evans, comedian, Mike Buchanan, leader of Justice for Men and Boys, Amrou Al-Kadhi, writer, performer and film-maker, and Kit Garrett, from the Institute of Gender Studies at Chester University.