Podcasts Related to the 2012 Olympics
Explore programs and interviews with LSE professors and alumni on issues related to the 2012 Olympics.
Alumni Lecture Series - London 2012: The Regeneration of Opportunity
- The summer installment in June of the Alumni Lecture Series pulled together alums Dr Kurt Barling, Special Correspondent BBC London News; Gordon Innes, CEO, London & Partners, the Mayor’s investment agency for London and leading LSE academics Professor Ricky Burdett, Co-Director, LSE Cities Programme and Tony Travers, Director LSE London to discuss the role of the Olympics in the regeneration of East London.
- Please click: http://www.alumni.lse.ac.uk/olc/pub/LHE/filemanager/events/2012/EventReports/06-12ALS.htm
Causes and Things podcast:
LSE has launched a new podcast series called Causes and Things as an introduction to ideas being explored by LSE academics and what they may mean for society. The first podcast in the series contains five stories. One is an interview with LSE Professor Paul Dolan who explains how he is measuring the "happiness effect" of the Olympic Games.
LSE Review of Books podcast on the London 2012 Olympics: What happens when global meets local?
Architectural Advisor to the 2012 Olympic Games and LSE Cities Professor Ricky Burdett talks about the primacy of Olympic legacy and the regeneration of East London.