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Are Girls Right to Feel They're Victims of Sexism?
Are British girls facing a future filled with sexism and misogyny?

Is sexism abating in the UK, or is it on the rise?

A new study by the Girl Guides revealed that a large number of girls feel they are already experiencing sexism. Mal Fletcher addressed the issue in this interview for BBC radio.



Added 29/11/2013


Has CCTV Gone Too Far?
What does the increasing use of CCTV technology in modern cities mean for personal privacy?

As companies now beging to utilise 2-way smartTV technologies, based on the principle of CCTV, will we see a further breakdown in trust between companies and consumers? Are people already losing faith in governments, because they feel over-surveilled in the street?

Mal Fletcher, social commentator, looks at the issue in this interview on independent British Radio.

To read Mal's Editorial on this issue, click here.

Added 27/11/2013


Transhumanism - A Healthy Idea?
Scientists are now seriously addressing the issue of whether human beings might soon be able to live for very extended periods of time - or perhaps indefinitely., , Will advances in medicine, genetics, biochips, prosthetics and the like make it all possible?, , Mal Fletcher, Social Future, discusses the claims and the possible dangers of Transhumanism in this interview with BBC arts editor Will Gompertz., , Mal's fellow guest is John Hoy, CEO of Blenheim Palace., ,

Added 12/11/2013


Twitter - How Will it Make a Profit?
Twitter has launched on the New York Stock Exchange. But how might it be monetised?, , Will commercialisation mean that it becomes less popular for users, especially younger people? What role does social media play in today's world?, , Mal Fletcher, the social futurist, and fellow guest John Hoy, CEO of Blenheim Palace, discuss this with the BBC's arts editor Will Gompertz., ,

Added 12/11/2013


Is the Honours System Being Downgraded?
With more and more pop-culture icons being awarded honours by the Queen, some people question whether the honours system has been downgraded., , Mal Fletcher waded into the subject in this clip from an interview on BBC Radio, hosted by Will Gompertz, arts editor for the BBC., ,

Added 11/11/2013


Remembrance Day - Is it Still Important?
Is it still important to commemorate Remembrance Day? How do Australians respond to this day?, , Mal Fletcher shared his views in this segment from an interview with the BBC's arts editor Will Gompertz., , Mal's fellow guest is John Hoy, Chief Executive of Blenheim Palace., ,

Added 11/11/2013


What's the Future of the Monarchy for Australia?
As Prince Charles approaches his 65th birthday, what future does the monarchy face, especially in its former colonies? , , Mal Fletcher, the social commentator, is originally from Australia. He responded to the question posed by Will Gompertz on BBC Radio. , , Mal's fellow guest is John Hoy, Chief Executive of Blenheim Palace., ,

Added 11/11/2013


What is a Social Commentator?
What does a Social Commentator and a Social Futurist do and what are the necessary qualifications for each role?, , Mal Fletcher answered these questions in this clip from an interview with the BBC's arts editor Will Gompertz., ,

Added 11/11/2013


Remembrance Day - Is it Still Important?
Is it still important to commemorate Remembrance Day? How do Australians respond to this day?, , Mal Fletcher shared his views in this segment from an interview with the BBC's arts editor Will Gompertz., , Mal's fellow guest is John Hoy, Chief Executive of Blenheim Palace., ,

Added 11/11/2013


Why Do Middle Aged Men Engage in Adultery?
News about the affair and attempted marriage patch-up involving TV celebrity Paul Hollywood has raised questions in the British press and media about what makes middle-aged men take risks with their relationships - and whether marriages can be repaired afterwards.

Mal Fletcher, the social commentator, was interviewed by the BBC's Mike Parr about what makes men take such risks and whether, as some claim, affairs can be helpful to a relationship.


Added 31/10/2013



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