Andrew Rowe on the subject of ‘Hancock’s Half Hour’.
Peter Ashburner on the subject of ‘Flog It – as seen on TV’.
Shaun Farrelly on the subject of ‘Marconi, the Man and His Wireless’.
Prof. Terry Callaghan on the subject of ‘Research in the Arctic’.
Geoff Higginbottom on the subject of ‘Entertainer Returns’.
Fatma on the subject of ‘Morning of Oriental Delights’.
The talk at our next meeting on Monday 18th November is to be given by Professor Dr Peter Roberts on the subject of ‘Global Catastrophes’. Gleefully, it is about eight different global catastrophes that are inevitable. Two will wipe out the whole of life on the planet, some will wipe out humanity but leave residual … Read more
For our next meeting on Monday, 16th September, we are to be revisited by John Miller. John last spoke to us about his life within the BBC, for whom he worked for nearly 30 years, mostly in TV programme production. This time his talk will be entitled ‘The Show must go on : On the … Read more
The speaker at our next monthly meeting to be held at The Lion and Swan Hotel on Monday 19th August will be Father Michael E Burgess. His talk is entitled, “The Seven Deadly Sins”. Also known as the Capital Vices, the Seven Traits of Man, or Cardinal Sins, The Seven Deadly Sins is a grouping … Read more
The Autumn Lunch will be held at The Swettenham Arms on Thursday, 10th October 2019.