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Edward Said interviewed by Salman Rushdie at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London (September 1986).

Sue-Ann Harding, one of Radio 3's New Generation Thinkers, gives a talk in which she ponders the differences between an expat and an immigrant. She draws on television portrayals of migrants and personal experience to explore and challenge the ideas we have about migration. Recorded at Radio 3's Free Thinking Festival at The Sage, Gateshead on Saturday 3 November 2012.

In this podcast Peter Pormann of Warwick's Department of Classics and Ancient History explores the importance of the translation movement in defining a tradition of Islamic medicine in the medieval period.

The 2012 Sebald Lecture, given by Sean O'Brien on 6 February 2012 at Kings Place, London.

Workshop delivered by Mona Baker in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, in December 2009, about the application of narrative theory in translation studies.

An interview with Paula Góez, Global Voices multilingual editor talks about Global Voices and the Lingua project and how she became a translator.

A ProZ.com podcast of an interview with Rahzeb Choudhury, Operations Director at TAUS, as part of an online debate on translation.

A recording of the 2011 Sebald Lecture, given by Ali Smith on 31 January 2011 at Kings Place, London (approximately 65 minutes).

Download or view at http://www.bclt.org.uk/index.php/events/sebald_2011_audio/.

Talk by Mona Baker at Fujian Normal University in China, 2006