Dr Aubrey de Grey Speaks at the Cambridge Union

Dr de Grey believes that the first person to live to a thousand has already been born.

He is the controversial self-described crusader against ageing and world-leading gerontologist. He is editor-in-chief of the academic journal “Rejuvenation Research” and a Fellow of both the Gerontological Society of America and the American Aging Association. Most importantly, he is Chief Science Officer and founder of the Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence (SENS) Research Foundation, seeking to fundamentally alter the way we research and treat age-related disease.

Geordie Shore Speak at the Cambridge Union

Join Gaz, Vicky and James for a unique insight into the lives of reality TV stars. Geordie Shore is one of the most popular reality TV shows in the UK, with over one million viewers.

It's famous for its outrageous scenes which, to quote one disgruntled MP, 'border on pornographic'. They'lll be talking about reality culture and answering your questions on alcohol, clubbing and everything in between.

Dominic West Speaks at the Cambridge Union

Dominic West is a British actor best known for playing Detective Jimmy McNulty in 'The Wire'.

West won the award for Leading Actor at the 2012 British Academy Television Awards for his role as serial killer Fred West in Appropriate Adult. Recent film and television credits include The Hour, Pride and The Affair. West has also confirmed he will voice a character Finding Dory in 2016.

West has been nominated several times for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor.

Christopher Le Brun Speaks at the Cambridge Union

Christopher Le Brun is a British painter, sculptor and printmaker and President of the Royal Academy of Arts, having been elected in 2011.

He trained at the Slade and Chelsea Schools of Art in London and was a prize-winner at the John Moores Liverpool exhibitions in 1978 and 1980. Between 1980 and 2003 he served as a trustee of the Tate and subsequently of the National Gallery. More recently he has been a trustee of the Dulwich Picture Gallery and the Prince’s Drawing School.

Michael Crick Speaks at the Cambridge Union

Michael Crick is the political correspondent for Channel 4 News and one of the country’s most important journalists. He was a founding member of the Channel 4 News Team when the programme was launched in 1982. In 1990 he joined the BBC, first at Panorama then moving to Newsnight in 1992 where he became political correspondent in 2007 before returning to Channel 4 in 2011. He has been at the forefront of the investigative journalism of recent years and only this year was chosen as Specialist Journalist of the Year at the Royal Television Society journalism awards.

Chairman Mike Rogers Speaks at the Cambridge Union

Chairman Rogers is one of a handful of people at the forefront of US national security.

As Chair of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence he oversees the House's primary panel fur authorising the funding for and overseeing the execution of the intelligent activities of the United States government. He has also been instrumental in the development of NSA's data collection activities.