This is an interview and conversation with Professor Ray Miller, who has spent his life teaching psychology and thinking about philosophy. The recording was made in The Chocolate Tree in Edinburgh and explores his views and interests around education. The idea is simple, have an informal conversation and see where it leads. Read more
This is an interview with Colin MacLean which took place in the Curious Tea Rooms in Edinburgh over coffee to explore the various perspectives he holds around the theme of education. Here you can find out about and enjoy the seasoned comments of someone who has spent many years in the civil service and in educational roles. Read more
On visiting Edinburgh for a lecture on his work, he agreed to give an interview with the Ragged University. We sat down in the grounds of Edinburgh Napier University in view of Craiglockart hill and talked. In the interview he talks about the surprising results and what he is doing to develop these self directed learning scenarios in the UK and other places. He discusses the findings more clearly and what his vision of the future of education and technology might hold.
Since the 1970s, Professor Mitra’s publications and work have stimulated training and development of hundreds of thousands of young Indians, helping to develop the capabilities of some of the poorest children in the world.
Ciaran Healy has dedicated his life to philosophy and feels passionately about it as a subject and as a way forward for humans to reach a better way of life. Here he talks about his journey of interest and how philosophy has come to be his life; he discusses the obstacles he has met and the challenges of his subject:
I really wish we had caught more from Francesco Bordo but the good news is we caught the last song You, Me, Seaguls and the Sea a beautiful chilled song you’ll love and like me wish we’d got more. Check it out You can, however, get more of his music on BandCamp Interview with Francesco Bordo […]