10:00 - 11:00
The role of sport in a climate conscious world
From elite sport to grassroots, how can sport play its role in the fight against climate change.
12:00 - 13:00
Swimming for the Oceans
A showing of On The Edge will be followed by an interview with its protagonist, endurance swimmer and UN Patron of the Oceans, Lewis Pugh.
Nick Keller (Moderator)
15:00 - 16:00
The Planet is our Playground
The great outdoors is our playground, but how do we minimise our impact, and how do we mobilise communities to play their part in combatting climate change.
Radha Balani (Moderator)
17:00 - 18:00
The Athlete Activist
The eyes of the world are on athletes at the peak of their powers, and this attention brings with it huge opportunity. In this interview we hear first hand from elite athletes on how they are using their platform and audience to mobilise real change.
Radha Balani (Moderator)
19:00 - 20:30
A film 11 years in the making, Youth Unstoppable documents the struggles and events of the largely unseen and misunderstood Global Youth Climate Movement. At age 15, filmmaker Slater Jewell-Kemker began attending environmental summits, camera in hand, wide-eyed and ready to make a difference. What began as a single journey evolved into an intimate and challenging documentary shot behind the front lines of the largely unseen and misunderstood Global Youth Climate Movement. Seen through the lens of Slater’s camera, Youth Unstoppable documents the struggles, events, and first hand effects on the youth fighting to be heard at home and within the frustrating and complex process of UN Climate Change negotiations. From flood ravaged villages in Nepal to luxury hotels in Cancun, from the tailings ponds of the Alberta Tar Sands to the riots of Copenhagen, culminating with the intense and defining events at the 21st UN Climate Change Conference in Paris, Youth Unstoppable shows us a powerful vision for the future of our planet and the young people who will lead us there.
21:00 - 23:00
Hayden Thorpe & All U Need
Hayden Thorpe is an English Singer/Songwriter originally from Kendal, Cumbria. Hayden Thorpe is best known for his distinct operatic countertenor vocal style, which some critics have described as "an acquired taste" to Indie Rock. Between 2008 and 2018, Hayden was the front man of the Indie pop Band Wild Beasts, a group he initially co-founded alongside guitarist Ben Little. It was not until May 2019, that Hayden Thorpe eventually started his solo career and he released his debut album Diviner. His second album Moondust for my Diamond is set to release October 15 2021
All U Need: DJ collective AUN do a weekly night at the Sub Club and play all over. The have Radio 1 favourite Ewan McVicar as one of their resident DJs at their XL night at the Sub Club alongside people like Ejeca and Kettama.