Lord Browne

Lord Browne of Madingley, former CEO of BP and author of The Glass Closet: Why Coming Out Is Good Business, discusses the role that straight people must play in creating...


Lord (Jeffrey) Archer

I-MAGAZINE interviews author and former politician Jeffrey Howard Archer, Baron Archer of Weston-super-Mare, Archer was a Member of Parliament, but did not seek re-election after a financial scandal that left him almost bankrupt.


Jamie Cawley – The Most Unnoticed Change in History

In 1870, more than four thousand years after it was built, the Great Pyramid at Giza in Egypt was still the world's tallest man-made structure. By 2010, only 140 years later, there were more than 10,000 buildings taller than the Great Pyramid.

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Baroness Helena Kennedy QC

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Neil Pavitt

There’s a lot of talk currently about what role robots and artificial intelligence will play in our future. As computers abilities increase, I think rather than being a scary prospect, it will give us the opportunity to see what is so unique about the human brain.


Jeremy Griffith

Jeremy Griffith has written for I-MAGAZINE on themes around his book 'Freedom, The End of the Human Condition'.

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S. J. Hardman-Lea – The Sins of Soldiers

It is 1916 and the war in France is raging. Embedded undercover in a British infantry regiment on the Western Front, Anson Scott, an American journalist, watches, waits and writes his articles in secret. But life in the trenches is far from what he had first expected.


The War Diaries of Maud Russell

The War Diaries of Maud Russell show life in England in the Second World War through the eyes of an independent woman; a patron and collector of Modern Art who...


Lord Ashdown

Paddy Ashdown writes of a recurring memory from childhood, “the brief glimpse, snatched from between the folds of my mother’s skirt, of a single platform under a boiling sun, carpeted with dismembered bodies”. The place was Bombay, India; the year, 1946; the scene, a fragment of the communal slaughters that accompanied Partition.


Tony Wilkinson

Capitalism and Human Values.


Steve Gates

There is no right or wrong or good or bad way to negotiate, only an appropriate way which is dependent on your unique circumstances. This reality challenges every person who has any ‘one way’ of approaching their negotiations. Perhaps this is you. If it is, it’s likely that your results and the quality of the agreements you make will vary.


Gerry Brown

The Independent Director By Gerry Brown, Chairman of NovaQuest Capital Management, RBS, BP, Tesco, Enron, Lehman Brothers, Northern Rock, Polly Peck, Arthur Andersen and Swiss Air are all companies that...