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RGS-IBG members can view the entire footage of some of the Monday night lectures online.

These are located in the Members' Area of this website. If you are a member, please sign in to access the online lectures.

Our speakers have been very generous in allowing us to release an online version and we have captured most lectures in recent terms. We do not, however, have all the lectures due to copyright reasons.

Five minute audio previews

The following are a selection of five minute audio previews from the Society's Monday night lecture series.

London's gentrification game by Chris Hamnett

Chris explores the history and development of the ever-extending gentrification of London and asks if the poor are being squeezed out of the city.

Mayhem on the Mekong by Professor Steve Darby

The Mekong River is a biodiversity hotspot of global significance, threatened by rapid hydro-power development. Professor Steve Darby explains why preserving the Mekong's annual flooding is integral to the future of the river and its Delta.

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