My Week Gresham College professor Doug McWilliams, whose day job is running the Centre for Economic and Business Research, has a habit in his lectures of dropping in factual nuggets that send a shiver down your spine, And as the theme of the series is how the world has to change under the impact of the biggest-ever economic shock – the rapid rise of Asia – he has lots of material.
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Friday 13 January 1995
Monday 19 September 1994
Wednesday 31 August 1994
The City learns to build on its past: Lynn Eaton discovers how ingenious engineering is preserving a valuable archaeological site
Tuesday 12 July 1994
Wednesday 06 July 1994
ARCHAEOLOGY / An early crossing of the Channel: A Bronze Age boat was excavated from a Dover street two years ago. David Keys reports on developments
Wednesday 25 May 1994
Friday 29 April 1994
Sunday 03 April 1994
Sunday 06 February 1994
Friday 21 January 1994
BOOK REVIEW / Now the reindeer have moved on: The Peopling of London - ed Nick Merriman: Museum of London, pounds 9.95
Sunday 16 January 1994
Wednesday 17 November 1993
Excavation reveals ancient site of slaughter: David Keys reports on gruesome discoveries under a Roman arena used for blood sports
Tuesday 03 August 1993
Tuesday 15 June 1993
Tuesday 29 December 1992
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