Boyer Lecture

Boyer Lecture catch up


October 29, 2022

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Indigenous community leader, lawyer, academic and land rights activist Noel Pearson reflects on "Who we were and who we can be", in his 2022 Boyer Lecture.
Episodes 2021

2021: John Bell

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Boyer 2021 John Bell explores the importance of the Arts for Australian democracy, and why Shakespeare remains relevant in critiquing the quest for power, the folly of hubris and betrayal.

Andrew Forrest

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Philanthropist and business leader Dr Andrew Forrest delivers the Boyer Lecture, calling on Australia's business sector to invest in clean energy, ocean conservation and closing the inequality gap for the good of the nation.
Episodes 2019

2019: Rachel Perkins

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Multi award-winning filmmaker and Arrernte/Kalkadoon woman, Rachel Perkins delivers the Boyer Lecture at a time of intensive debate, discussion and consultation about Indigenous constitutional recognition.
Episodes 2018

2018: Professor John Rasko

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Since 1959 The Boyer Lectures have seen prominent Australians share their ideas on major social and cultural issues. Professor John Rasko examines the impact of revolutionary genetic and cell-based technologies on our lives.
Episodes 2017

S 2017: Professor Genevieve Bell

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After two decades in Silicon Valley helping to invent the future, Professor Genevieve Bell has returned home to spark a critical conversation about what it means to be human, and Australian, in a digital world.