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Geographical journeys: microlectures

Join us for a night of inspirational tales of adventure and discovery from the next generation of travellers.

All our speakers have just 10 minutes to entertain, educate and inspire the audience. This year's microlectures include climbing Iran’s highest peak, tandem cycling in Norway, unearthing petroglyph sites in Panama, conservation work with sea turtles in Antiga and kayaking down Sri Lanka’s longest river - whatever your interest there is something for everyone. Listen live to their stories and meet over a drink in the bar to chat and discover more.


Ian Packham | talks
Shirin Shabestari | talks
Fergus Simpson | talks
Anne Pinney | talks
Daniel Evans | talks
John Fuller | talks
Julia Ganis | talks


Date and Time:

18 March 2015 at 7:00 pm


3 hours



Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)
1 Kensington Gore
0207 591 3100

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RGS-IBG members £9, non-members £12

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