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Why did we go to war in Iraq? What went wrong? And how has this war shaped the region and the world we live in today? These are just some of the questions that we explore in ‘Iraq: Legacy of War’ to mark twenty years since the US-led invasion in 2003. For ad-free listening, early access and exclusive bonus content, subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts or Supercast
Speaking to some of the world’s greatest orators, artists, writers and actors about the artistic and cultural moments, movements and conversations that have shaped, and are still shaping, our world
Can advertising’s immense power to change behaviour be used for good? Myra Nussbaum, President and Chief Creative Officer at Havas Chicago, and Dan Lucey, Chief Creative Officer at Havas New York, talk to the people who are harnessing the power of advertising to help people and the planet
Alannah Weston continues her mission to discover how organisations and companies can put sustainability at their core
In our age of disruption and uncertainty, Covid-19 and climate change, the need to debate our economic future has never been more important. We speak to business leaders, authors, public intellectuals and economists about the future of capitalism and the trends changing the world of economics & business
The Future. It’s all there, in front of us. It could go wonderfully. Or it could go badly wrong. So how do we see the challenges early on, find solutions and help make the world a better place?
Chris Hirst, former Global CEO of Havas Creative, gets to the heart of modern leadership
Taking a look behind the celebrity persona of some of the world’s greatest artists and thinkers, to understand their journeys and inspirations
Breaking down the economic terms and concepts we’ve all heard but may not fully understand. Nicola Walton guides us through jargon and statistics to share the stories of how economic forces shape our lives