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in a positive direction. Founder / Director: Mal Fletcher
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What Issues and Ethics Will Most Shape the Future?
What are the issues that will likely most shape the future? Are ethics changing as technology changes?

What will the Millennial generation uniquely bring to the future? What will be the impact of new technologies? What is 'Digital Dementia'? What is the difference between progress and progressivism? Do we consider ethics enough as we debate the future?

Mal Fletcher answers these and other important questions in this interview with Jon Bellamy of England's Cross Rhythms radio.

The interview followed the release of Mal's new book Fascinating Times, a social commentary exploring many of the major issues of our time.

Added 06/12/2012


Mega-Monday - Avoiding a Christmas Overspend
Mega-Monday is the media's name for the expected biggest ever day of online shopping in the UK. Retail experts project that people will spend £222,000 per minute throughout the day.

But what impact does online shopping have on those who are already over-extended financially, or near the edge of their credit facility? What can consumers do to stay on the right side of the red line when it comes to online Christmas shopping?

Mal Fletcher answers these questions in this interview with James Cannon of BBC Radio.

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

Added 03/12/2012


Is Ageism on the Rise?
Is ageism on the rise in today's society?

If so, what might be the causes of a bias against the aged?

Mal Fletcher discusses these questions in this clip from a British radio interview, which coincides with the launch of his new book "Fascinating Times".

Added 28/11/2012


Mid-Life Crises, Suicide and Generation X
What impact do generations have on the future and social change? How are the characteristics of generations formed? Why are middle-aged people now recording higher suicide rates in Britain?

Mal Fletcher discusses this in a clip from a British radio interview, re. his new book "Fascinating Times";. To hear the full interview, click here.

Added 27/11/2012


What is Digital Dementia?
"Digital Dementia", a term coined by Social Futurist Mal Fletcher, sounds sinister. What is it and why might it be a danger in the near future?

Mal Fletcher discusses this in a clip from a British radio interview, re. his new book "Fascinating Times";. To hear the full interview, click here.

Added 27/11/2012


Does Britain Suffer from a Leadership Deficit?
What single issue or story has defined the last 5 years of rapid change?

Does Britain suffer from a leadership deficit within its major institutions? What impact might this have on the rest of society?

What exactly is Social Commentary and why might it be helpful as we seek to understand the present and map the future?

Mal Fletcher answers these and other questions in this clip from a British radio interview, re. his new book "Fascinating Times";. For the full interview, click here.

Added 27/11/2012


Does Bad Language Still Offend?
Does bad language still offend?

As the one of the world's oldest soccer leagues tries to reduce or stamp out bad language at games, is there any real hope of reducing its impact? How much impact does it still make?

Mal Fletcher discusses on BBC Radio...

Added 25/10/2012


Giving Parental Advice: What the Best Approach?
Every parent knows that knowing when to tell kids what to do and when to help them work it out for themselves is a difficult thing to navigate.

What's the best approach to sharing advice as a parent?

Mal Fletcher speaks with Mike Parr in this interview for BBC Radio.

Added 19/09/2012


Charities: Asking or Badgering?
Do charities ask for donations in the right way, or do their approaches, especially when it comes to street collectors, border on badgering?

In this interview for BBC Radio, Mal Fletcher comments on new regulations introduced by the British government to curb nuisance behaviour by 'chuggers' (street collectors).

Added 15/08/2012


Does Blasphemy Have Any Impact Today?
Is blasphemy still offensive? Is the use of holy names as curse words on the BBC and in other areas of society offensive to most people?

The language of the BBC's Jeremy Clarkson inspired a letter from a local vicar to the BBC & Ofcom the media regulator.

What impact does blasphemy have in today's society? Mal Fletcher joined the discussion, with the vicar concerned, on BBC Radio.

Added 15/03/2012



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