Economist Films presents The World If…

How will the planet cope when faced with fundamental challenges to how we live our lives? World-renowned publication The Economist brings its global expertise to Wilderness to explore three mind-stretching scenarios that could transform our world. Led by

Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race

Reni Eddo-Lodge in conversation with Lolly Adefope Hear journalist and author Reni Eddo-Lodge speak about the frustrations, discomfort and social implications of talking about race in an interview hosted by actress and comedian Lolly Adefope. Reni Eddo-Lo

The School of Life Sunday Sermon: Reclaiming Wonder

The Sermon of Wonder A naturalist travels to a far away island and has an insight into the mechanics of evolution; a magician finds a new trick of the mind to amaze her audience; a gymnast does things with his body which no human body should be able to do

Will Young

Will Young is one of the most well-known and recognisable figures in British contemporary music and on the performing art scene. Since 2002 he has had a career encompassing multi-platinum albums, sell-out live tours, acting in both film and TV and a foray

Vince Cable

Vince Cable was the Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Twickenham from 1997 to 2015 and Secretary of State for Business in the coalition government from 2010 to 2015. Since leaving office Vince has returned to writing, publishing After The Storm in

Bruce Parry

Award-winning documentarian, author, indigenous rights advocate, explorer, trek leader and former Royal Marines commando officer. Bruce is best known for his BBC series Tribe. Bruce has been busy. For the past four years he has been on an exploration to f

Yotam Ottolenghi in Conversation

Sunday Papers Live: Food & Drink Section   One of Wilderness' start Long Table Banquet chefs, his food mixes the flavours of the Middle East and the Mediterranean and has been credited with changing the way many eat and cook, fuelling the surge i

Dave Cornthwaite

Since quitting a job as a really bad graphic designer in 2005, Dave Cornthwaite has developed a successful career based around his passions. At the core, he is a record-breaking adventurer who has travelled over 19,000 miles in eleven journeys as part of

Matthew Taylor

Matthew Taylor has been Chief Executive of the RSA since November 2006. During this time the Society has substantially increased its output of research and innovation, has provided new routes to support charitable initiatives of its 26,000 Fellows – inclu

Sarah Corbett

Sarah Corbett is an award-winning campaigner. She grew up in a low-income area of the UK into an activist family and has worked as a professional for 10 years most recently with Oxfam GB. She started doing craftivism (craft + activism) in 2008 as a reacti

John Hudson

Sunday Paper's Live Travel Section John Hudson is the UK military’s chief survival instructor - designing and implementing the training of instructors in Land, Sea and Extreme Environment Survival. A co-founder of Survival Wisdom, offering specialist surv


“Another Brick in Trump’s Wall: Mexican Drug Cartels” – Erik Mirsha Strevel Navarro (University of Sussex). Since 'El Chapo' Guzman, the world-renowned leader of the largest criminal organisation on the planet, the Sinaloa Cartel, was captured for third t