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Upcoming Lectures and Events

'A River Below': The fight for the Pink River Dolphin

30 Oct 17

Previous Lectures and Events

A lecture on the Restoration of Shakespeare’s Garden

8 Nov 16

'Out of Africa - The Kenya Boys'

27 Sep 16

Venice in Trust — Venetian Stories from National Trust Properties

12 May 15

Leo Houlding, Vertical Journeys

5 Jun 14

Al-Qaeda: Bin Laden and beyond - An evening with Jane Corbin

12 Nov 13

Living in the Ancient Roman Era

9 Oct 13

EVEREST 60TH

29 May 13

'The Modern Phidias': Antonio Canova and George IV, Regent and King

16 Apr 13

Living in Harmony with the Wild

6 Mar 13

The World that birthed Socrates and its Enduring Impact

28 Feb 13

Walking with Lion

6 Feb 13

The Second World War

8 Nov 12

The Importance of Being Awkward

3 Oct 12

Behind Closed Doors: The Hidden Histories of Great Buildings

12 Sep 12

‘The Line Dividing Good and Evil’

3 Jul 12

Climate Change and Forests

17 May 12

Britain's Buildings, Lost and Saved

26 Oct 11

An Evening with Alex Steffen and Ellen MacArthur

20 Oct 11

Earthwatch: 40 years of Earthwatching, 40 days to save the planet.

13 Oct 11

Is the world becoming more dangerous?

5 Oct 11

On Location at the Country House

29 Sep 11

Galapagos Day Lecture - Pacific in Peril

14 Sep 11

Southern Roman Frontiers

12 Sep 11

John Swannell 'My world in pictures'

7 Jun 11

Earthwatch: From the ashes: Volcano research in Central America

12 May 11

British Red Cross: working across boarders

13 Apr 11

Earthwatch - Many hands, new knowledge: The value of citizen science

17 Mar 11

To a Mountain in Tibet

10 Feb 11

BBC's Climbing Great Buildings - The View with Jonathan Foyle

9 Dec 10

The First Afghan War: Lessons for Today

2 Dec 10

Bushmeat, bullets and bananas - on the Cameroon frontline with the Great Apes

4 Nov 10

Stop Bashing Christians!: An Intelligence Squared Debate

3 Nov 10

'The Great Explorers'

28 Oct 10

The Great House in the Twenty-first Century

26 Oct 10

The Past is Another Description

21 Oct 10

Assisted Suicide Should Be Legalised: An Intelligence Squared Debate

19 Oct 10

An environmental mascot for Britain

14 Oct 10

The Stewardship Imperative in the 21st Century

7 Oct 10

Last Travels with a Tangerine

13 Sep 10

Because It's There: an IQ2 Festival on Mountains

15 Jun 10

The Last Civilisation? The Living Past in South India - Illustrated Lecture by Michael Wood and Ind

8 Jun 10

Boundless Horizons

3 Jun 10

Crossing Boundaries SYmposium

2 Jun 10

Earthwatch Lecture Series 2010, Forests: challenged by a changing climate

20 May 10

Kevin McCloud- New Lives for Old Buildings

4 May 10

Marcus du Sautoy - The Eighth Douglas Adams Memorial Lecture

11 Mar 10

Inside story: Red Cross - behind the scenes of crisis

10 Mar 10

Getting To Know Gorillas: The Gentle Giants

2 Dec 09

Earthwatch Debate: From Tsunami to Drought

19 Nov 09

Dr David Starkey - History & Things

28 Oct 09

Last Chance to See with Stephen fry and Mark Carwardine

27 Oct 09

Eartwatch Lecture: Meeting Marine Needs

15 Oct 09

Earthwatch Lecture: Conserving Biodiversity in the Americas

7 May 09

Earthwatch Lecture: Forests & Climate Change

26 Mar 09

KATE HUMBLE: Footprints in the sand

12 Mar 09

Unbreakable by Benedict Allen

11 Mar 09

Inside Story: Red Cross - behind the scenes of crisis

3 Dec 08

Irreplaceable – the World’s Most Invaluable Species

20 Nov 08

PhotoVoice Lecture Series

18 Nov 08

Ghanain Communities & Conservation

8 May 08

John Swannell Lecture & Book Signing

8 Apr 08

Jay Griffiths

19 Feb 08

Martin Parr Lecture

13 Nov 07

'Young Stalin: the Gangster Years'

17 Oct 07

Middle East Panel Debate

11 Jul 07

Ian Berry: A Life Apart

1 May 07

Philip Jones Griffiths: A Dark Odyssey

27 Mar 07

The Fifth Douglas Adams Memorial Lecture: Wildlife Management in East Africa - Is there a future?

15 Mar 07

Voyages of Discovery and Many Extraordinary Adventures

13 Mar 07

An Evening with George Alagiah

8 Nov 06

Chip Kidd

14 Jun 06

An Evening with Bill Bryson

5 Apr 06

South Africa's Wildlands Story

9 Mar 06

Tony Benn

22 Feb 06

Apart from Chavs, the British have no class

7 Dec 05

Better rough justice than another 9/11

24 Nov 05

The rise of China spells the decline of the West

1 Nov 05

The Scots in Afghanistan; Adventures in Kabul and on the North West Frontier

27 Oct 05

It's the journalists not the politicians who have fouled our political culture

11 Oct 05

Tyrants should be left free to tyrannise their own people

14 Sep 05

21cc Can the UK ever be sustainable?

1 Dec 10

Discovering People Hugh Dennis

23 Nov 10

Ethiopia - A journey to the lost kingdom

10 Nov 10

Discovering West Bengal and Sikkim

27 Oct 10

21cc Plastic Pollution in the Oceans

13 Oct 10

Discovering Libya

9 Jun 10

Discovering People Mike Gooley

21 Apr 10

Discovering Colombia

17 Mar 10

Discovering People Catherine Destivelle

23 Feb 10

Discovering People Wilbur Smith

3 Dec 09

21st Century Challenges Digital divide?

1 Dec 09

Discovering the Canadian Arctic

11 Nov 09

Hidden...Outback

17 Oct 09

21st Century Challenges Importing goods, exporting drought

14 Oct 09

Britain’s population time bomb? The challenges and opportunities of an ageing society’ 21st century

16 Jun 09

Concreting the countryside, a 21st Century Challenges event

13 May 08

The future of low carbon energy

26 Mar 08

Discovering People, Martin Bell

1 Feb 05

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