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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Remembrance: A Concert Excerpts from the Remembrance Concert, which marked the conclusion of the Post-War: Commemoration, Reconstruction, Reconciliation seminar series. Simon Over, Augusta Holmès, Anthony Ritchie, Annabel Drummond 14 Dec 2018
2 Music and Memory: Panel-led Workshop 1 This workshop brought together musicians and scholars to elicit the distinct contribution of music – as opposed to silence and non-musical sound – to commemoration and healing. Kate Kennedy, Peter Grant, Laura Hassler, Rihab Azar 21 May 2018
3 Music and Memory: Jonathan Dove in Conversation with Kate Kennedy Award-winning composer Jonathan Dove talks to Dr Kate Kennedy about the relationship of his music to war and remembrance. Jonathan Dove, Kate Kennedy 21 May 2018
4 Pfarrerin Dr Cornelia Kulawik speaks to Kate McLoughlin Pfarrerin Dr Cornelia Kulawik, Pastor of Evangelische Kirchengemeinde Berlin-Dahlem, and Kate McLoughlin discuss changing modes of commemoration in Germany and the role of the church in reconciliation past and present. Cornelia Kulawik, Kate McLoughlin 24 Apr 2018
5 Daniel Libeskind: Architecture and Memory In this lecture, architect Daniel Libeskind shares his creative process and thinking for many of his most prominent buildings including the Jewish Museum Berlin and the Military History Museum in Dresden. Daniel Libeskind 26 Feb 2018
6 Elleke Boehmer speaks to Kate McLoughlin Elleke Boehmer talks to Kate McLoughlin about her most recent novel, The Shouting in the Dark, the language of reconciliation in South Africa, and the creative potential for both the work of fiction and the work of literary criticism. Elleke Boehmer, Kate McLoughlin 08 Dec 2017
7 Creative Commons Sermon: What shall we pray for those who died? Sermon for Remembrance Sunday delivered on 13th November 2011 by The Rt Revd Dr Gregor Duncan (Bishop of Glasgow and Galloway) in Oriel College Chapel. Gregor Duncan 15 Nov 2011