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Some of our finest tutors, a diverse range of engaging topics, and a light supper accompanied by glass, or two, of wine.

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The Australian Overland Telegraph Line

On 22 August 1872 the construction of the Australian Overland Telegraph Line between Port Augusta in South Australia and Darwin in the Northern Territory was completed, connecting Australia to the rest of the world. Spanning more than 3,000km through barren outback terrain, this achievement is one of the highlights of 19th century Australian... [More]
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<p>On 22 August 1872 the construction of the Australian Overland Telegraph Line between Port Augusta in South Australia and Darwin in the Northern Territory was completed, connecting Australia to the

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26 Aug

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Pan's Gift of Forgetting - Kenneth Grahame and 'The Wind in the Willows'

Kenneth Grahame never imagined he was writing a masterpiece when he created The Wind in the Willows. This talk looks at his odd and interesting life and work and examines some of the more esoteric secrets of his most beloved book. DELIVERY MODE Face-to-Face SUGGESTED READING The Wind in the Willows, Kenneth Grahame Among the Bohemians, Virginia... [More]
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<p>Kenneth Grahame never imagined he was writing a masterpiece when he created <em>The Wind in the Willows</em>. This talk looks at his odd and interesting life and work and examines some of the more

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02 Sep

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Get Your Mojo Working: A Night in Chicago

Spend an evening hearing and seeing the development of the Chicago Blues genre while enjoying performances from the greats of Chicago Blues, including Muddy Waters, Howling Wolf, B,B, King, Sonny Boy Williamson, Little Walter and more. We will also look at the “West Side” Blues group of musicians who influenced the British music scene such as... [More]
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<p>Spend an evening hearing and seeing the development of the Chicago Blues genre while enjoying performances from the greats of Chicago Blues, including Muddy Waters, Howling Wolf, B,B, King, Sonny

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09 Sep

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The Columbian Exchange between the Old and the New World

The discovery of the New World by Christopher Columbus in 1492 began what became known as the Columbian Exchange. As Europeans traversed the Atlantic they brought with them plants, animals and diseases that changed lives and the environment on both sides of the planet. Horses, sugar plants, diseases were introduced to the New World, while elements... [More]
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<p>The discovery of the New World by Christopher Columbus in 1492 began what became known as the Columbian Exchange. As Europeans traversed the Atlantic they brought with them plants, animals and

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10 Sep

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The Seven Hills of Jerusalem: Ancient Wonders for Modern Pilgrims

We modern day pilgrims visit the seven hills of Jerusalem - Mount Moriah, Mount Zion, Mount Corruption, Mount Ophel, Mount Scopus and New Mount Zion in search of ancient wonders and to explore their importance in Jerusalem's development. This is the heart of the Holy Land, where three faiths co-exist, uneasily. The hills will reveal their... [More]
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<p>We modern day pilgrims visit the seven hills of Jerusalem - Mount Moriah, Mount Zion, Mount Corruption, Mount Ophel, Mount Scopus and New Mount Zion in search of ancient wonders and to explore

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16 Sep

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The First Russian Radical? Alexander Radishchev and the Enlightenment under Catherine the Great

Alexander Radishchev (1749-1802), a Russian writer and social critic, has been described as Russia’s first radical, due to his attempts to popularise Enlightenment thinking in his native country. His novel called ‘Journey from St. Petersburg to Moscow’, published in Russian in 1790, recounts a fictional journey along a postal route, blending... [More]
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<p>Alexander Radishchev (1749-1802), a Russian writer and social critic, has been described as Russia’s first radical, due to his attempts to popularise Enlightenment thinking in his native country.

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23 Sep

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Thomas Harriot: Un-famous Genius

Thomas Harriot was an Elizabethan mathematician and scientist. He found employment with Walter Raleigh as his navigation specialist in his endeavours to found a colony on Roanoke Island in North America. There he studied the customs and religious practices of the local Algonquin Indians, and produced the first dictionary of a New World language.... [More]

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