Take a look at our talks

Take a look at our talks

TEDxExeter 2018 Talks are live online

TEDxExeter 2018 had an exceptional line up of speakers who are changing the world through their groundbreaking work and ideas. Watch all the TEDxExeter 2018 talks that have been released online.

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Bonya Ahmed: Simple narratives can be deadly: how I recovered from a terror attack
Alan Crickmore: How storytelling from behind bars heals families
Anthony Painter: Want a less polarised society? Try a universal basic income
Vicki Culpin: A wake up call: this talk should send you to sleep!
Coilin Nunan: Change farming and save our antibiotics
Amy & Ella Meet: Kids against plastic
JJ Bola: Reaching for a place to call home
Farrah Storr: The discomfort zone

Tom Chapman: Barbers, preventing suicide one hair cut at a time
Patrick Grant: Why we should all feel uncomfortable in our clothes 
Dexter Dias
: Why, in a world of injustice and vanishing human rights, I choose to hope
Dawn Faizey Webster: Fighting back one blink at a time: living with Locked-In Syndrome
Kate Garbers: Modern slavery, hidden in plain sight
Rebekah Afari; I’m deaf, but we can still talk
Sophie Scott: Why we should take laughter more seriously

Here are a few to watch and share today


A quick look at what happened at TEDxExeter 2018
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“We cannot live only for ourselves. A thousand fibres connect us… and among those fibres, as sympathetic threads, our actions run as causes, and they come back to us as effects.” (Herman Melville)
Thank you to all the speakers, audiences, volunteers, and supporters for what has been an amazing day. TEDxExeter is run by a team of volunteers who are passionate about spreading great ideas and building community. We couldn’t do it without the generosity of our supporters and the many volunteers who join us on the day to help everything run smoothly.
Exeter’s local ideas festival with global reach is back again next year.   
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Watch more from previous years  |  TEDxExeter 2017  | TEDxExeterSalon 2017   | All Talks