Unique Reflections of Leading Thinkers 

Welcome to our general public portal, where individual subscribers can access an extensive collection of videos, enhanced eBooks and MP3s within an integrated, user-friendly platform. The resources provide inspring and accessible insights into the motivations and research of a wide range of world-leading experts. For anyone curious to learn about cutting-edge research, Ideas Roadshow offers a uniquely-accessible pathway into the fascinating worlds of 100+ of the most creative thinkers of our time. 

 We are delighted to announce that Ideas Roadshow was the recipient of The Educational Learning Resources Award at the prestigious London Book Fair International Excellence Awards 2018: "Ideas Roadshow is an innovative database offering world-class content which conveys genuine, accessible insights into research done at the highest level across the arts and sciences. Through innovative, separate portals access is provided to tailor-made resources for academic libraries, high schools and public libraries."

We recently launched our brand-new IB Portal for the Diploma Programme which offers more than 400 high-quality video resources with accompanying print materials for, in particular, TOK and the extended essay featuring a broad selection of the world’s leading thinkers, including two Nobel Laureates.  Users also have access to a wide range of resources which can be used to facilitate making connections between TOK and other DP subject areas plus curriculum-relevant resources that can be used in a variety of ways as highlighted in the integrated teacher guides. We are looking forward to attend the IB Global Conference in Vienna in October.

For information about institutional subscriptions to the IB DP Portal, Public Library Portal, High School Portal and Academic Portal please use the contact form.    


Featured Videos  


Lisa Feldman Barrett (Northeastern) describes how her quest to understand emotions led her, eventually, to the current frontiers of neuroscience.


In part one of our discussion with Alcino Silva (UCLA) we discuss neuroscience in the lab, and the progress we've made towards understanding learning and memory on a molecular level.