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Estelle Morris Meets

Baroness Morris of Yardley asks some key thinkers about their attitudes to education, from their own experiences through to the bigger concepts that engage them.

There are 16 videos in this series.

30 mins David Willetts
The broadcast version of this programme is subtitled.
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30 mins William Atkinson
In this programme, Estelle Morris talks to one of the most respected headteachers in the country and the inspiration for Lenny Henry's character in the BBC drama Hope and Glory.
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30 mins David Blunkett
In this programme, Estelle Morris meets David Blunkett, her predecessor as education secretary, to reflect on his own education as well as education policies under New Labour.
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30 mins Trevor Phillips
In this programme, Estelle Morris meets chairman of the Commission for Racial Equality and TV personality, Trevor Phillips.
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30 mins Germaine Greer
Writer, academic and broadcaster Germaine Greer talks to Estelle Morris about her school days, and how the experience has shaped her outlook on education today.
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30 mins Ralph Taberrer
Estelle Morris talks to Ralph Tabberer about his job as director general of schools and the task of implementing frequently changing government policy.
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30 mins Tim Brighouse
Tim Brighouse talks to Estelle Morris about his 45-year career in education, which has included a stint as Birmingham's Chief Education Officer, and a current position as chief adviser to London schools.
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30 mins Camila Batmanghelidjh
Estelle Morris meets Camila Batmanghelidjh, founder and director of Kids Company, an innovative charity offering emotional and educational support to vulnerable young people.
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30 mins Dylan Wiliam
Estelle Morris talks to Dylan Wiliam, deputy director of the Institute of Education, to discuss the state of education in our schools today.
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15 mins Sue Campbell
Estelle Morris meets Sue Campbell, who has been given the task of completely reinvigorating British sport, to discuss the importance of sport to school children.
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30 mins Sir Peter Lampl
Estelle Morris talks to Sir Peter Lampl, who set up the Sutton Trust to provide educational opportunities for young people from non-privileged backgrounds.
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30 mins Tim Smit
Estelle Morris interviews Tim Smit, founder of the Eden Project, about his views on education, the environment and how schools can make a big difference.
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30 mins Jude Kelly
Jude Kelly talks to Estelle Morris about the importance of creativity and the community in her own childhood.
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30 mins Baroness Warnock
In this insightful interview, Estelle Morris talks to Baroness Warnock about her 1978 report on special educational needs.
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30 mins Mick Waters
In this lively interview, Mick Waters and Estelle Morris discuss the evolution of the curriculum, discussing what has changed over the years and asking what needs to change in the future.
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30 mins Christine Gilbert
Christine Gilbert CBE speaks frankly about her career from being a headteacher turning around a school to directing school improvements across local authorities.
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