http://www.icra.it/MG/mg11/ Jerzy Kowalski-Glikman noted (on Not Even Wrong blog) that if you go to the MG11 site and look down the left hand side, right past where it says Participants, and Scientific Program, it says PUBLICATIONS and one of the "publications" links you can click on is "conference lifestream" this gets you among other things an archive of streamers of the plenary talks. These are listed not by speaker or title, but simply by TIMESLOT. So for example to find the Ashtekar talk you look at the list of archived video timeslots and pick "25 July 11-13" When you click on that you get a screen where they are starting to show the 11AM talk from that morning session. Underneath the screen there is a time-bar where you can DRAG THE POINTER HALFWAY ACROSS. That saves an hour watching some other talk that came before. Ashtekar's talk started at about 1 hour 12 minutes into the session. So you drag the time-pointer along until it says 1:12 or so, and then wait a few seconds and his talk will start. I think it was a helpful talk because it covered (not only recent advances in LQG, mostly LQC, but also) FAQ that people outside Loop in the GR community at large have about Loop.