- Annual Lecture: Owen Bennett-Jones, 'Is Al-Qaeda winning?'
- Conference: 'The Cuban Missile Crisis: A Fifty Year Retrospective Assessment'
- Annual Lecture: Baroness Manningham-Buller, former Director General of the Security Service, 'Leadership under Pressure'
- Special Lecture: Barry Gilder, former Deputy Director-General of the South African National Intelligence Agency, 'Intelligence from Conflict to Democracy: South Africa as a Case Study'
- Gregynog Conference: 'The Past, Present and Future of Intelligence'
- Special Lecture: The Rt Hon Dr Kim Howells, former chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee, 'Security, Intelligence, Accountability and Government'
- Annual Lecture: Lord Hennessy of Nympsfield, Attlee Professor of Contemporary British History, Queen Mary, University of London, 'Tasking and Using: the Coalition, the National Security Council, the Joint Intelligence Committeeand the Rhythm of British Intelligence'
- Symposium: ‘British Intelligence, Spooks, and James Bond: A Diverse Approach to the Secret World'. Download the 2012 Symposium Programme
- Special Lecture: Departmental Historian at GCHQ, 'How GCHQ became an Intelligence Agency and What It Cost'
- Annual Lecture: Lord Robertson of Port Ellen, former Defence Secretary and former Secretary-General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, 'Security, Policy-makers and Intelligence'
- Workshop: Methodologies of intelligence studies. Download the Workshop Programme
- Gregynog Conference: 'A Decade of Intelligence Beyond 9/11: Security, Diplomacy and Human Rights'
- Special Lecture: Gordon Barrass, formerly Foreign Office and Cabinet Office, 'How Intelligence Changed the Cold War and the Lessons for Today'
- Annual Lecture: John Prados, the US National Security Archives, 'Prospects for Intelligence under the Obama Administration' (See videocast)
- Annual Lecture: Lord Robin Butler of Brockwell, former Cabinet Secretary, ‘Lessons from the Butler Review of Intelligence on Weapons of Mass Destruction'
- Workshop: Missing in Action: The Past, Present and future of military Intelligence and Operations'. (Access the Workshop Programme)
- Gregynog Conference: '100 Years of British Intelligence: From Empire to Cold War to Globalisation'
- Annual Lecture: Sir David Omand, former Director of GCHQ and former UK Security and Intelligence Co-ordinator, 'Can we have the grin without seeing the cat: must the effectiveness of secret agencies fade under exposure of light' (a transcript of Sir Omand's Lecture is accessible in Intelligence and National Security , see videocast)
- Annual lecture: Sir Michael Quinlan, former Permanent Under-Secretary of the Ministry of Defence and Director of Ditchley Park, 'Just Intelligence: Prolegomena to an Ethical Theory'
- Gregynog Conference: 'Choices for Western Intelligence: The Security Challenges of the Twenty-first Century’ (Access the Programme here)
- Annual lecture: Professor Keith Jeffery, Queen's University, Belfast; Official Historian of the SIS, 'Writing Official History'
- Symposium: 'Methods and Issues in the Study of Intelligence'
- Annual lecture: Sir Stephen Lander, former Director-General of the Security Service (MI5), 'Public Expectations of Intelligence in the United Kingdom'
- Gregynog Conference: 'Intelligence, Crises and Diplomacy: Lessons from History?'