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centenary

# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Creative Commons Jon Stainsby speaks to Johana Muskalova Jon Stainsby talks to Johana Muskalova about the relationship between music and commemoration and his experience as a performer. Jon Stainsby, Johana Musalkova 31 Jul 2018
2 Creative Commons Anna Leese speaks to Niall Munro Anna Leese speaks to Niall Munro about her personal connections to commemorations of war and the performance of commemorative music. Anna Leese, Niall Munro 31 Jul 2018
3 Creative Commons Simon Over speaks to Rita Phillips Conductor Simon Over talks to Rita Phillips about the performance of commemorative musical works. Simon Over, Rita Phillips 31 Jul 2018
4 Creative Commons Interview with Lord William Wallace Lord William Wallace, member of the Parliament Choir, talks to Professor Kate McLoughlin about the centenary commemorations of the First World War. William Wallace, Kate McLoughlin 30 Jul 2018
5 'The Marrow of the Tragedy is Concentrated in the Hospitals': Negotiating Trauma and Resilience in the Narratives of Medical Personnel in the Great War The closing keynote by Dr Jane Potter illuminates how medics and nurses charged with treating the war wounded responded to and processed their experiences, analysing the stories these healers left behind and the silent spaces within them. Jane Potter 21 Oct 2016
6 Public or Private? Personal Correspondence during the Great War In the first keynote of the conference, Professor John Horne (Trinity College Dublin, University of Oxford) explores the convergence of the public and private spheres during the Great War through the practice of letter-writing. John Horne 21 Oct 2016
7 Creative Commons Les Permissionnaires A look at the different experiences of service leave during the First World War (in French). Emmanuelle Cronier 20 Feb 2013
8 Creative Commons Soldiers on Leave A look at the different experiences of service leave during the First World War. Emmanuelle Cronier 20 Feb 2013
9 Creative Commons The Historian and the Centenary Important questions, problems, and challenges pertaining to the role historians and scholars will play in the centenary of the First World War. Pierre Purseigle 29 Oct 2012
10 Creative Commons Why are we still trying to understand the outbreak of World War One? In this St John's College Research Centre 2012 Annual Lecture, Professor Margaret MacMillan examines the reasons why this question has remained important over the last 100 years and suggests some possible explanations for the outbreak of the war. Margaret MacMillan 29 Oct 2012
11 100 Years of 'Struggle' Between the Polity and the Market in South Africa (African History and Politics Seminar) 'A Luta Continua! Reflections on 100 Years of "Struggle" Between the Polity and the Market in South Africa', presented by Dr Jesmond Blumenfeld (Brunel). Jesmond Blumenfeld 29 Jan 2011
12 Lecture 15: Engineering for Sustainable Development Professor Roland Clift, CBE on "Engineering for Sustainable Development". Roland Clift 19 Aug 2008
13 Lecture 14: Innovation, Spin-out Companies and Nanotechnology Professor Peter Dobson on "Innovation, Spin-out Companies and Nanotechnology". Peter Dobson 12 Aug 2008
14 Lecture 13: Designing for Strength: A Century of Solid Mechanics Research in Oxford Professor Carlos Ruiz on "Designing for Strength: A Century of Solid Mechanics Research in Oxford". Carlos Ruiz 05 Aug 2008
15 Lecture 12: The Centenary Lubbock Lecture Lord Browne of Madingley, President of the Royal Academy of Engineering "On being an engineer". John Browne 13 Jun 2008
16 Lecture 11: History of the Department of Engineering Science Dr Alastair Howatson on the "History of the Department of Engineering Science". Alastair Howatson 10 Jun 2008
17 Lecture 10: Advances in Biomedical Engineering Professor Lionel Tarassenko on "Advances in Biomedical Engineering". Lionel Tarassenko 10 Jun 2008
18 Lecture 8: An Early Structural Engineering Problem: the Oxford Connection Professor Guy Houlsby on "An Early Structural Engineering Problem: the Oxford Connection". Guy Houlsby 10 Jun 2008
19 Lecture 7: Engineers at War Lieutenant Colonel (Retd) Christopher Pugsley on "Engineers at War". Christopher Pugsley 10 Jun 2008
20 Lecture 6: Hydraulic Engineering - How We Use Hydraulics to Solve Real Life Engineering Problems Dr Jane Smallman on "Hydraulic Engineering - How We Use Hydraulics to Solve Real Life Engineering Problems". Jane Smallman 10 Jun 2008
21 Lecture 4: "The Greatest Mechanick of this Present Age": Dr Robert Hooke and the Origins of Engineering Science in Oxford Dr Allan Chapman on '"The Greatest Mechanick of this Present Age": Dr Robert Hooke and the Origins of Engineering Science in Oxford'. Allan Chapman 10 Jun 2008
22 Lecture 3: Keep it cool! 38 years of gas-turbine research Professor Martin Oldfield on 'Keep it cool! 38 years of gas-turbine research'. Martin Oldfield 10 Jun 2008
23 Lecture 1: Introduction to the Jenkin Lecture Patron of the Centenary, Lord Jenkin of Roding's inaugural Centenary lecture. Patrick Jenkin 10 Jun 2008