21 December 2021



A wonderful panel of speakers revealed their predictions for 2022 – Will Boris Johnson keep his job? Will we continue to work from home? Will it get any easier to tell true from fake?

Andrew Neil offered his outlook for the New Year on freedoms, the ‘pound in our pockets’ and the occupant of No.10.

The author of Deep Fake Nina Schick told us what’s next in AI, like the ability to make whoever you want convincingly say whatever you wish.

Bruce Daisley who ran Twitter on three continents and hosts the Eat Sleep Work Repeat podcast challenged our preconceptions.

Kadeena Cox has been a world champion in two para-sports, cycling and sprinting. She’s now preparing for next year’s Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

Not only that, The Economist’s China Bureau chief David Rennie joined us live from a ski resort near Beijing. And Sir Ivan Rogers, ex-ambassador to the EU, peered into future relations with our nearest neighbours.


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