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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Ten things you wish you didn’t know about elections (and what to do about them) In this talk, Prof Phil Howard explains how we are targeted and manipulated by social media and bots trying to influence voter behaviour. Philip Howard 18 Apr 2017
2 Creative Commons Timor-Leste, Challenges in Post-Independence: From Dream to Reality José Ramos-Horta, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and Former President of East Timor, speaks at St Antony's College. José Ramos-Horta 19 Apr 2016
3 Creative Commons The Oxford India Lecture: An Undocumented Wonder - the Making of the Great Indian Election Dr S Y Quraishi gives the Oxford India lecture 2016. S.Y. Quraishi 24 Mar 2016
4 A multilevel citizenship puzzle: Residence and citizenship in national and local elections Rainer Baubock explores the citizenship puzzle - citizenship status and its relevance in contemporary democracies Rainer Bauböck 15 Feb 2016
5 Interpreting the UK Election Results and Why the Opinion Polls Got it Wrong Two experts in election forecasting and polling explain the outcome of the UK election and why it was so difficult to predict Chris Hanretty, Stephen Fisher, Sergi Pardos-Prado 19 Oct 2015
6 The Battle for the Black Vote: Findings from the Ethnic Minority Election Survey Professor Anthony Heath (Nuffield), Emeritus Professor of Sociology, presents findings from the ESRC-funded Ethnic Minority British Election Survey. Anthony Heath 30 Sep 2013
7 American election Prospects and Consequences: 2012 and Beyond Director of the Rothermere American Institute Dr Nigel Bowles' intellectual interests lie in American political history and, in particular, in the history of the US Presidency. Nigel Bowles 02 Oct 2012
8 Creative Commons Semantic Polling: The 2010 UK General Election and real-time opinion monitoring Nick Anstead, London School of Economics, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Nick Anstead 06 Jun 2012